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The Real Differnce Between Clones Part1 SPOLIERS

Discussion in 'Smash Brothers' started by hoogasian5, Mar 13, 2008.

  1. hoogasian5

    hoogasian5 Srch Hoogasian56 on utube

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    Ok I will to tell you the differnce between Fox and Wolf and Link and Toon Link
    Fox
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    Wolf
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    The diffences from their final smashes:
    Wolfs landmasters gun is stronger
    but you end quicker,with Fox its not as strong but it lasts longer
    Their Gun:
    Foxes is a red long stream
    Wolfs is a blueish green color and if you use it when your up close you also hit with it
    Their Special Moves:
    Up Special:
    Wolfs is differnt in 2 ways the color of fire is blue and when he does the attack he puts his hand down
    Foxes the fire is red and his hands are down
    Left and Right Special
    Wolfs is like foxes but his goes upish diganoal and
    Foxes goes stragiht across
    Down Special
    Wolfs and Foxes are Pretty Much The Same Except the Colors

    Ovarll (Probly Spelt Wrong) :lol:
    Wolf is a stronger slower guy
    Fox is a Faster kinder weaker guy
    Ovarlll I would take Wolf over Fox anyday but thats just what I think :wink:

    Link
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    Toon Link
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    The Differnces of their Final Smashes
    They are Both The Same Except Links final Hit is Stronger
    Special Moves:
    Special
    Their Arrows are very simlar
    Links goes stargiht fast
    Toon Links goes slow and kinda Floats

    Up Special
    Its the Same
    Left and Right Specia:l
    Their Boomorang is differnt
    Links is a Torando and
    Toon Links is a regular Boomorrang
    Down Special
    The Bomb is the same except the affect and Links goes Farther

    I would Rather take toon link :)
    O and One More thing about Link and Toon Link
    Toon Link Jumps Higher
    Hope This Helps Took Me Forever to Make
    Wait Until You See My Next One
     
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    Uh is it me or is ganandorf an EXACT clone of captain falcon, just his moves have purplish flames.
     
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    Their move sets are about the same, the only difference between them is that Falcon is faster/lighter, while Ganondorf is slower/heavier.
     
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    hoogasian5 Srch Hoogasian56 on utube

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    Ill do him next and any other suggestions
     
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    Ness and Lucas, I guess. Other than those, there aren't any other clones.
     
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    GigaRidley Ouroboros

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    I'm glad they made the StarFox characters relatively different, at least there's some differenitation in their reps.
     
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    Ganondorf is completely different from CF, and if you disagree there are at least 2-3 threads explaining why, including mine.
     
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    LevesqueIsKing An Instant Classic

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    Damascus Chaka Chaka Pata Pon!

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    Ness and Lucas' A moves are completely different... with hexagonal PSI :lol:

    HOWEVER, their specials are just about the same things, just tweaked.

    1) Lucas' Up+B travels slower but can do tighter curves. Ness' is fast, but can't curve as much... Lucas' hit when he crashes into someone is multiple hits. Ness' is just one, big smack. Lucas' Up+B goes through enemies and scores multiple hits.

    2) Lucas' Side+B (PK Fire) does one hit, but has a knockback. It explodes into a pillar of flame, but does not stay as a pillar (like Ness'). That's as much as I can think of.

    3) Lucas' Down+B (PSI Magnet) is in front of his body, so you can still hit him from his back. His PSI Magnet can damage enemies ONLY AFTER YOU TAKE IT OFF. It won't damage while you use it. So if you want to use it offensively (it can be used like Fox' Down+B), just tap Down+B. Ness' covers his whole body, but does not damage.

    :lol:
     
  10. TiwazTyrsfist

    TiwazTyrsfist Dubito Ego Sum

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    Sorry, but you're wrong.

    Ganondorf is almost identical to Captain Falcon.

    Differences:
    Ganondorf is slower and heavier.
    Ganondorf's Side Special requires you to intersect a person as it involves a grab, while Falcon's always ends in a punch even if you don't hit a person.

    Their other moves, save the final smashes, are identical.
     
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    What are you going by? By looks? as in you watch some youtube videos and decide "Ganondorf is a clone!" OR you play them and actually get a feel for the characters.
     
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    Save your breath.

    On a casual standpoint they are clones.
     
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    Yeah I just wish people didn't bother chopping the game down with complaints about how Nintendo couldn't have been less lazy and made different moves for everyone. No one actually is grateful for what Nintendo did or put into the game!
     
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    Dal The Seagulls Cry.

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    Fergot his Normal B move, didja? Anyone can notice the difference anyways, but for you slow people out there, the difference is this:

    Lucas has PK Freeze
    Ness has PK Pulse

    PK Freeze......freezes people.
    PK Pulse blows em up.

    .....So, yeah Ness and Lucas aren't really clones. Neither are Ganon and Falcon. I've played as them, same type of moves, but acted out differently and have differences of power and speed.
     
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    hoogasian5 where did you get the picture of Wolf, looks like it came from the DOJO but they haven't had Wolf showcased yet...
     
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    That's Wolf's "Star Fox Assault" model. Look "Star Wolf" in google images, and I'm sure you'll find it.
     
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    hoogasian5 Srch Hoogasian56 on utube

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    eXxXXXactly
     
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    BTW i have brawl and played with both and noticed simialarities... no need fo a panic attack subarnu
     
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    Damascus Chaka Chaka Pata Pon!

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    Hehehe... It's PK Flash, not Pulse. (I'm a fan of Earthbound and Mother 3 :lol: ).

    PK Freeze (I think) does the same damage no matter how long you charge up the move. PK Flash does damage related to the time it took to charge.
    Also, if I remember correctly, PK Freeze does less damage than PK Flash. It relies on you beating up the opponent with a charged up Up+A... (and that's 30+% extra damage!).

    Let's face it. Ganondorf (Ganon IS NOT Ganondorf) is a semi-clone of Cpt. Falcon. See, I don't see the word "semi-clone" used around here. Similar moves, but power and speed (along with other properties) are different... but somewhat similar.
     
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    How was I panicking? People I just hate everyone getting angry for no reason at Nintendo. LEAVE NINTENDO ALONE lol
     

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