Amiibo have always had issue with grabs and grab hitboxes – the only functional kind of grab in the game are command grabs, which are invisible to the opponent amiibo. Nintendo’s been very unconcerned with making sure that part of combat is functional, and it shows in the amiibo meta – to this day, the characters that were designed to use throws are mostly inferior to the tanky heavyweights, according to the amiibo tier list.
So who should get an AI patch?
Continue reading 3 amiibo that DESERVE a throw-combo AI patch!
This Smash Ultimate amiibo tier list isn’t the entire community’s amiibo tier list, it’s specific to the SUAL Discord server. You can join them here. It should be noted that this server was voted on only by members of SUAL per the results of their weekly tournament series, and isn’t indicative of the overall tier list. Remember, SUAL does their tournaments over arenas, not through Powersaves.
Continue reading October 2020 SUAL Amiibo Tier List – Smash Ultimate
Unlike any other stage, Minecraft World actually consists of 6 different, randomly chosen stages – but the option exists to select which one comes up. So… should it be tournament legal, and should we legalize individual versions of the stage, or the whole shebang?
Continue reading Should Minecraft World be legal in the amiibo stagelist?
First things first- thanks for all of the support. Our Hearthstone and Hearthstone Battlegrounds articles are single handedly responsible for about two percent of the site’s views, which is a lot, considering how long it’s been since they went up. I’ve also had an article put up on Hearthstone Top Decks, so thanks to anybody who checked it out.
There’s been a bit of a shift in the meta since patch 18.4.2 came out, and I’ve been playing that meta (around 4.5K MMR on one account, 5.5K on the other, so nothing too crazy) a lot since that patch. Here’s an analysis.
Continue reading Patch 18.4.2- Impact
Secret Mage has been a strong, much hated part of the Wild meta for a good few expansions now. The combination of strong Secrets from the past and a few new tools, most notably Cloud Prince and Aluneth, allow a deck that can rely heavily on burn- but also survive the aggressive meat grinder that is the Wild meta via board control, and draw enough to pull it all off. Despite no longer being a Tier 1 deck, Secret Mage is still very strong and more than capable of posting a good winrate, with the opponent often getting burnt to 0 by Turn 6-7.
Continue reading Wild Secret Mage Guide