This thread is here to help people get better/even better at Brawl. This includes, but is not limited to: perfecting combos, pro-dodging, etc. This thread is inportant to thoughs participating in a Brawl tourny. Expose your “flaws” to become more experienced in Brawl.
All forum rules apply, and infomation in this thread could expose your weaknesses, therefore, letting people know how to beat you. Use the advice in this thread to put a close to thoughs weaknessess.
Think like a psychologist - What would you feel uncomfortable with, if the opponent did? Walking blocky? Dashdancing, pivoting? Not doing an attack but instead dodging all your attacks, then striking with a precise one? Take a few games not focused on winning but learning your opponents patterns.
The emotions associated of being faceraped are very similar to the feeling of waking up next to a seven year old asian prostitute. One becomes confused and angry.
I'm trying to find a way how to beat TK (Twilight Kitty.) I am getting a lot better at doing damage on him when I'm in the air, so that's the way I'm trying to beat him.
BUT, If I am not used to ground attack, then that could led to trouble. I usually charge at TK, and do a Kirby-top spin sometimes. Though, we always does a Yoshi Smash, or a Yoshi lick. So, I'm limiting that a bit... A do a few long-distance moves, but that's not enough. I can get him a lot with a powerful Hold A+Left/Right release move, but I don't seem to beable to attack him quick enough. By no means am I trying to attack TK with the speed of Sonic, but I feel as though Kirby might need some sugar to help him...
Depending on the matchup learn whether to play defensive or aggresive. Choose your spacing right. Learn all the special techniques your character can do. Like Falco's double laser. Or the IC 0-death chain grab infinites. Or a DACUS if your character can use it.
If you have projectiles and your opponent doesn't then camp with them to give pressure and force them to approach.
Learn as much as you can from Smashboards or any other brawl site. That way, you have a general idea of what to do when you face certain situations. Going through all matchup discussions about your character is very helpful when you are facing one character for the first time.
Oh I get it, this is all about me. "PLEASE HELP ME BEAT THE EVIL KITTY!?!@$"
I'll tell you my secret Zien: Dont lose and dont suck.
(Oh, and thanks for telling me how you're gonna beat me. Apparently you forgot to overlook my adaptation skills)