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The Problem your having is that you're rushing down but you're approaches were being shut down, instead fake-out your rush downs.
if he shines don't approach because he can do almost anything out of the shine instead wait him out and there's no shame in relying on some arrows every now and then.I'm usually better about ledge-hogging, I guess I was just playing bad that day. I agree I need to dash dance more, but it's hard to know when to apply it against Wolf since he's so dominant in neutral.
Sorry I can only comment on this one game, but I hope you're ready to read a wall of text.Feel free to constructively criticize etc.
If it helps you, try substituting a F - Air every time you would have used N-Air. It'll make the transition a bit easier, and it should work. I used to have the same problem as you with N - Air abuse, and a simple substitute cleaned up my act really quickly.So tl;dr dashdance and fair more. That actually helps a lot -- I know I'm overreliant on nair approach so a bit more variety helps tremendously. We have a pretty strong Marth player I'm likely to face in the future (it was lake then him then me in top 3 at the event those vids are from) and I'll probably just get swatted out of nair if I try it often at all. (For that matter, same with Ivysaur, as you'll probably see.)
My dashdance game has never been fantastic, even back in Melee, so working on that more will do me a lot of good in the long run. Good advice.
Also, could you clarify on what you suggest I do after getting a kill?
I do arrow a lot also. While I think it works well in this matchup because D3 is a huge target and arrows trump his projectiles pretty effectively, it's probably not as helpful a tactic elsewhere (here's hoping I never have to fight a Kirby lol).
N-Air has a time and place, which is more than I can say for U-Tilt *smh*Oh man, I know the troubles of nair approaching with Pit when I first started. Being a spacie main in melee definitely does not help, because our nair in melee is amazing. But then I started replacing nairs with dairs and fairs and it opened up a new combo world for me and I never looked back.