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I tried to make this a while ago with two charts, each with two axes. It didn't go that well, but i still want to try the idea out more, because I think its an important thing to establish. However, we could simply make a list of the best teams as well. The combinations would be really numerous, though.
in general, though, I think the teams tier list would probably look like this:
something like that.
The laser becomes counterproductive. It's easily 1 of his best moves in 1v1 and it can end up just messing up your own partner in 2v2Could someone explain to me why Falcos not great in dubs, I believe it's because he gets womboed easily, most of his combos are only good when there's not a teammate to stop it, and he has an awful recovery
But I think that he does not make a fair contribution to the team when played in doubles. In 1v1 he can outspeed his opponent and it means that his low priority aerial game is easily compensated when played right. In 2v2 however I think that the abundance of opponents kind of takes that out of balance.Falcon is pretty underrated. No one else has the footspeed+aerial kill potential that he has.
Um...Phoenix Wright, Ace Attorney.The Phoenix ace thing really brings the hype