I’ve noticed that someone keeps searching variations of that question on the search bar, and I’d like to finally answer your question. They can’t desync the way that a human would. They will sometimes get out of synchronization by accident, but there’s nothing advantageous that can be taught from it. We can’t even teach them to desync on their own!
We’ve got no amiibo announcements on the horizon, no new patches coming, and most of the amiibo scene is back in school. I figure now is a good time to take a break from the amiibo shenanigans. I’ll be back in March!
In the long run I’d like to expand Amiibo Doctor to include more content from the community at large. Recently I’ve been having a few more guest posts, and I’d like to make that a regular thing.
Leaf and I discuss the potential of the Byleth amiibo! There’s not much to it visually, but you’ll enjoy the information presented and listening to an expert on the amiibo scene (and me) speculate about how he may handle.
First, read this piece all the way through and make sure you understand it completely. I’m writing this assuming you are aware of the content of that piece.
I recommend that you have already beaten World of Light 100% so that you are not lacking in spirits and shops, as some important spirits are only obtainable through unlockable shops.
Before you start adding spirits to your amiibo, you’ll need to know a few things.
Everything in this post is a copy-and-paste from what Spike sent me.
A New Tier List and the Reasons Behind It