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i cant imagine why you wouldn't be able to do that on classic? I do it on wiichuck.
are you sure the classic you are using is working and is nintendo brand? some off brand controllers wont accept simultaneous inputs
I wanna see it! (The chain grab, waft and d-tilt.)I think he can buffer a running grab for a chaingrab. He probably gets Waft, too. D-Tilt is definitely a thing, but it's almost always best to just F-Smash for a cool 20%.
I'm...pretty sure. Not sure if the tenths numbers affect it (like "72.4%", which the game does keep track of).I thought the chaingrab on falco was from 52-73, not 53-72%? Not to be pedantic and I'm probably wrong, but are you sure on those figures?
Also, presumably the chaingrab only works when it starts from those percents due to the staling that takes place on the throw. If you down throwed falco at any point at early percents and the throw was still stale, that means you could begin a full chaingrab even earlier than 52/53%, correct?