Welcome to Smashboards, the world's largest Super Smash Brothers community! Over 250,000 Smash Bros. fans from around the world have come to discuss these great games in over 19 million posts!
You are currently viewing our boards as a visitor. Click here to sign up right now and start on your path in the Smash community!
I don't think Mister Eric has ever beaten any of our notable Meta Knights, and it's not because he hasn't studied the matchup. Just tell them to run MK banned tournaments or play Meta Knight. ICs won't really do the trick.So with the disbanding of the URC, my region is heavily considering running MK-Legal tournaments again. There's really only two or three players I'm worried about using MK, but Bees suggested I come here and see if Chibo or Mr. Eric could give me some in-depth analysis of the matchup.
Pretty please so I don't have to gay MK's out with Icies?
Are we like the same person or something?Can't play MK. Never fit my playstyle, even though he was one of the two characters I was really excited for (the other being PT, but obviously that didn't stick either).
I'm also ridiculously biased against having a pocket MK.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAZoEo4xnZkI've been thinking about using ROB on frigate and never landing on the stage for the 2nd transformation, but we have to play so gay to get any kind of lead.
Scribz, Fonz, had super close games against Kel who knows the ROB MU prob better than I know the MK MU lol. I honestly lose to other characters more than I lose to MK.I don't think Mister Eric has ever beaten any of our notable Meta Knights, and it's not because he hasn't studied the matchup. Just tell them to run MK banned tournaments or play Meta Knight. ICs won't really do the trick.
No, sometimes I just completely mess up, like, I input the B button a bit too late, so it registers at a side B.I think the tech you seem to be having trouble with is Wavebouncing. The way I usually think about it is... doing the normal reverse Roboburner, but mashing the control stick diagonally in the opposite direction right after inputting it. A good way to put it is you're basically doing the reversal twice really fast.
So it'd be like Run left > control stick up and diagonally right > control stick up and diagonally left.
I have the tech itself down, but I've always had trouble really explaining how I do it. More of a muscle memory thing for me, tbh.
Hopefully that helps.
Here's a video explaining what you said you're able to do.
What you basically want to do is B-Reverse that so that you end up facing left (from the B-Reversal) while moving Right (from the Reverse Momentum Special).
That's sorta how it works.
If I had access to my Wii right now I could list the actual inputs I use but I'm off of it until June. :T
I can do that with with moderate consistency, yeah.left > control stick up and diagonally right > control stick up and diagonally left.
I don't understand how to do. How can I perform this if my momentum is going to the right in the first place?What you basically want to do is B-Reverse that so that you end up facing left (from the B-Reversal) while moving Right (from the Reverse Momentum Special).
Haha I can do both the wavebounce and the reversal, now, too. At about 70% consistency.The issue you had performing it without a dash is that you cannot wavebounce without horizontal momentum.
And yeah, like I said, it's kinda hard to explain once you get it.