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What Reflex said, UpB is a faster but riskier follow up than Uptilt. It also deals slightly more damage: 19% with UpB vs 16% with Utilt (this is assuming you get all 6 initial Dair hits and cancel the 7th one landing).@ DavemanCozy what would you say are the particular advantages of dair to up-B as opposed to dair to utilt? I've been doing dair to utilt almost exclusively because you can often get followups on it and the damage isn't much less even if you don't get followups. However I know some characters can actually nair out of it if they SDI the dair properly; does up-B cover that?
Or is there?! look at this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTMS1nvwhfA&feature=youtu.beI cracked up at the bike randomly reversing into Mega Man and hitting him at 3:11.
Too bad there doesn't seem to be any way to make that happen without getting hit.
The timing isnt strict, all you do is jump off bike and side B the other direction and the bike follows, it doesnt have to go over the ledge either. Yeah we should all do testing with this, would love to find more glitch stuff with wario bike!Is the timing very strict, or do you just have to be in that animation when it's going over a ledge? Does it regenerate the hitbox if it hits an opponent (or their shield) beforehand?
My guess is that when the Bike enters a different hitbox state (the non-manned Bike loses its hitbox when it goes from the ground to the air, for instance; it also "loses" the hitbox after hitting someone or their shield), it turns to face the same direction as Wario. Perhaps it's happened in the past by Wario's getting hit or Up-B'ing causing him to facing the opposite direction before it goes over the stage. If this works on shields, it means we could likely reverse the Bike when it's shielded to make it come back toward us immediately!
Research must be done!
I'll investigate it this afternoon; should have a lot of information up tonight.The timing isnt strict, all you do is jump off bike and side B the other direction and the bike follows, it doesnt have to go over the ledge either. Yeah we should all do testing with this, would love to find more glitch stuff with wario bike!
Holy crap, I need to know more about this hitbox. I knew Rose Waft was wonky, but I just don't know much about it. Teach me.
Keep in mind that a lot of what Jeepy did would not have been possible with the regular bike. The strength of the burying bike doesn't come from its ability to bury, but its increased health and the ease in which you can hop off it. You don't need to do any edge shennagins, you can deploy anywhere on stage, and even when you dismount it maintains its burrowing properties.
Well we finally get tournament videos of someone using burrowing bike. However in all honesty it seemed not to great.