by Doc – Owner, Founder, Getting Nostalgic For Like Seven Years Ago
Ready to feel old? Smash 4 came out seven and a half years ago. I was a junior in high school when they came out, and now I’m a law student. That’s crazy, man.
I was reminiscing about the good old days of bullying, acne, not having money and watching my friends ruin their lives when I remembered this very old and now-abandoned website, Amiibo Trainer Source. I never learned who actually wrote for this site, but it used to be a pretty valuable resource for amiibo training in Smash 4. Check this out:
Amiibo Trainer Source Amiibo Tier List
This website is all for Smash 4 amiibo training, as Ultimate hadn’t been announced yet. Ironically, the owner purchased the Smash 4 DLC amiibo (Cloud, Corrin, Bayonetta) but never posted any amiibo training guides on them. By all appearances, he abandoned the project entirely. I can’t blame him – he started it right after amiibo released in America, and kept it going for two long years.
It’s also interesting to note that like me, he was a vanilla amiibo trainer. Most of the competitive scene at the time really hated vanilla trainers, but whoever this guy is, he stuck with it.
Anyway, if you train Smash 4 amiibo, that’s about your only qualified source on them – I deleted my guides a long time ago, so I’m afraid you’re pretty much out of luck if you train Smash 4 amiibo.
do you agree with that tier list?
I don’t remember the Smash 4 vanilla meta that well, but I can say with absolute certainty that Ness being the best is 100% correct
weight you mean you isn’t the first? i thought it was just you