Congrats on winning the tourny, Storm! Urgh... free money, 250$... now that's an easter present.
Speaking of that, happy easter!
And I say **** the dragonball wannabe movie. .-.
true and while arguements are logically best if both are unbiased, the overall arguement comes out better if the people stand behind their bias
Thanks CK. Happy Easter to you too. And im not saying the Dragonball movie was as good as it could have been, but it also was not as bad. And, being a hardcore DBZ fan, I appreciate it for what it was. Not attempting to compare it so much to the series as just trying to see the movie as a whole helps with the opinion. As Shadow just stated, their are bias opinions. So, im saying, without looking at it in a bias position, trying to see it as a 3rd party, it was an overall good movie.
Only thing I would change is Piccolos face makeup, and the Kamehamehas. They ate dog poop.
out of my three friends that went to see it, one of them hates the dragonball series as a whole so he thought he may like the movie. he hates it the worst out of the three.
anyways on topic...Who has the advatage? Ganon or CF?
Ganon would definatly take the advantage. He can SH U-air easier than Falcon, his Side B is very useful against falcon, and his Down B doesn't leave him completely open.
Falcon on the otherhand, is left open by both his Side B and Down B, even if Down B hits; a swift Jab throws Falcon away after the hit. Ganondorf can also no-lag D-air his way to victory, racking up damage quickly and easily spiking Falcon is necesarry.
Falcon can always gimp Ganon, but Ganon can just send him flying out of the arena; then Ganoncide for the win. I'd say Ganon has a slight advantage.
... In melee Falcon would rip Ganon up normally, though. ... Unless Ganon was Tipman. Tipman ftw.
Lolz. I still dont understand why they change Falcon. Btw, off topic but, played a second round in that tournament. 2v2, 3 stock, no items, final destination, but with team damage on. I had never played team tourneys, didnt know the team damage thing. Same with my partner. We ended up stepping all over eachother
Ohh tuff break.Happy Easter everybody.
Then I must be epic, Storm. ;D
Joking. In pogeymanz, I'm a great battler at both singles and doubles. It is true most people can't handle both; doubles is simply far to strayed away from singles, they're two completely different ways of battling.
The same is with Brawl. I am obviously better at 1v1, but I can still play 2v2 ably; without team attack ofcourse, so that doesn't really count.
Anyway, point being, in both pokemon and Brawl, 2v2/doubles is much harder than 1v1/singles. Considering the rise in intensity and completely different tactics for either type of battle, it takes a jack of all trades to really master them.