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    Super Smash Brothers: Melee
    Luigi FAQ
    Written by: Magus17 [Joshua Garcia]; Magus_170@yahoo.com
                Teh Windu [I'm Not Gonna Insert My Name Here]; exxrox@hotmail.com
    But if you want to contact Windu, you'd be better off trying to find him on the
    SSBM GameFAQs message boards on on MSN (exxrox) or AIM (MaceWindu06), as his
    email is always spammed with unmentionables. :o
    "[Windu,] you own too much"
    Version 2.0, April 17, 2004
    Happy Smashing
    ***Table of Contents***
    We would put a little (*)  beside each one that's finished, but that's messy.
    And we're finished with everything (gasp)
    Also note that if you want to get to something fast, copy the number/letter
    code next to the title (Copying the "01." would bring you to the intro), hit
    Control+F and paste it, to get there instantly.
                 [01.   Intro]
                 [02.   Miscellaneous Terms]
                 [03.   It's me, Luigi]
                 [04.   Unlocking Luigi]
                       {04A.  Adventure Mode}
                       {04B.  The vs. Matches}
                 [05.   Standard Techniques]
                        {05A.  Shielding/Power Shielding}
                        {05B.  Rolling}
                        {05C.  Spot Dodging}
                        {05D.  Air Dodging}
                        {05E.  Teching}
                 [06.   Advanced Techniques}
                        {06A.  Dash Dancing}
                        {06B.  Dash Grab Canceling}
                        {06C.  Crouch Canceling}
                        {06D.  L-Canceling}
                        {06E.  Short Hopping}
                        {06F.  Wavedashing}
                 [07.   Move/Strategies] <--- This is where the bulk of the FAQ
                        {07A.  Tilt Moves}                    begins concerning
                        {07B.  Smash Moves}                  play against other
                        {07C.  Aerial Moves}                             humans
                        {07D.  Throws}
                        {07E.  Special Moves}
                        {07F.  Other}
                        {07G.  The Taunt}
                 [08.   Notes for the Players]
                        {08A.  Beginners}
                        {08B.  Intermediates}
                        {08C.  Tournament Players}
                 [09.   VS. Mode Character Strategies] <--- This section is ordered
       //first row\\    {09A.  Doctor Mario}                   by the rows that are
                        {09B.  Mario}                          in on the character-
                        {09C.  Luigi}                             selection screen.
                        {09D.  Bowser}
                        {09E.  Peach}
                        {09F.  Yoshi}
                        {09G.  Donkey Kong}
                        {09H.  Captain Falcon}
                        {09I.  Gannondorf}
       //second row\\   {09J.  Falco}
                        {09K.  Fox}
                        {09L.  Ness}
                        {09M.  Ice Climbers}
                        {09N.  Kirby}
                        {09O.  Samus}
                        {09P.  Zelda}
                        {09Q.  Sheik}
                        {09R.  Link}
                        {09S.  Young Link}
       //third row\\    {09T.  Pichu}
                        {09U.  Pikachu}
                        {09V.  Jigglypuff}
                        {09W.  Mewtwo}
                        {09X.  Mr. Game & Watch}
                        {09Y.  Marth}
                        {09Z.  Roy}
                 [10.   1 Player (Very Hard) Strategies] <--- For all of your one-
                        {10A.  Classic}                         player mode needs!
                        {10B.  Adventure}
                        {10C.  All-Star}
                 [11.   Event Matches]
                        {11A. First 30}
                        {11B. Last 21}
                 [12.   Break the Targets Strategies]
                        {12A.  Beginner}
                        {12B.  Intermediate}
                        {12C.  World Record}
                 [13.   Home Run Contest Strategies]
                        {13A.  Beginner}
                        {13B.  Easy}
                        {13C.  Medium}
                        {13D.  Advanced}
                        {13E.  Hard}
                        {13F.  Intense}
                        {13G.  World Record}
                 [14.   Multi-Man Melee]
                        {14A.  10 Man Melee}
                        {14B.  100 Man Melee}
                        {14C.  3 Minute Melee}
                        {14D.  15 Minute Melee}
                        {14E.  Endless Melee}
                        {14F.  Cruel Melee}
                 [15.   Items]
                        {15A.  Miscellaneous Information}
                        {15B.  Using Items Effectively}
                        {15C.  Items (Generally) Banned in Tournaments}
                 [16.   The End]
                        {16A.  Thanks}
                        {16B.  Copyright Information}
    Please note that this guide contains full "spoilers" on just about every aspect
    of Super Smash Bros. Melee. That means that all of the hidden characters,
    stages, and bonuses (not including trophies) are included in here.
    Proceed with caution.
                                        [01.] Introduction to Luigi
    Luigi has been one of my favorite game characters since the start, way back in
    the days of the Super Nintendo.  So finally, I decided to write a guide about
    him when I noticed that the other FAQ's lacked his finer points of play.  In
    the right hands Luigi can be deadly, and I'm here to help you find that killer
    In this guide you'll find pretty much anything you will ever need to know
    about Luigi.  I will cover all of his special techniques, his attacks (not to
    mention when and where to use them), and also the 1-player and Stadium modes of
    play.  This won't just be an average FAQ; it will have character strategies,
    and a wealth of other information..  Nothing will be left unsaid, so let's
    close this intro up already!
    One more thing, if you ever need any help on anything about Luigi, or have any
    comments/suggestions, feel free to email me at my above mentioned email
    address.  Anything that you feel should be in here, email me about it and I'll
    be sure to include it in here.
    Enough talk, let's get started!
                   [02.] Miscellaneous Terms Used Through the Guide
    Some words you may find in this guide may seem weird, but they all have a
    special meaning.  Here is a quick rundown of them.
    1.   Nair: Neutral Aerial Attack (not a sex kick)
    2.   Fair: Forward Aerial Attack
    3.   Uair: Up Aerial Attack
    4.   Bair: Backward Aerial Attack
    5.   Dair: Down Aerial Attack
    6.   DI (directional influence): Basically, this term describes when your
         opponent can "move" out of your attacks by tilting the control stick.  One
         such example is the up throw - it normally sends opponents up, but if they
         DI right then they will move to the right after you release them.
    7.   CC'ing:  Crouch Canceling
    8.   CCC'ing: Crouch Cancel Countering
    9.   Priority: Priority refers to the ability of an attack to "cancel out" or
         go through another attack.  Some attacks (Jigglypuff's FORWARD+B POUND)
         can go through a lot of attacks, even if it looks like you hit them.
         The higher the priority, the more attacks it goes through.
    10.  Lag: Lag is how much delay there is after (or before) an attack.  An
         attack with high lag is slow.  Use Bowser's forward smash, and compare it
         to his Whirling Fortress (Up B).  The forward smash gets you punished with
         it's windup, and if you miss, it takes a long time to recover from it
         also.  The 'Fortress comes out almost instantly, and ends and lets you
         attack right away.
                                               [03.] It's me, Luigi
    Luigi is an easily recognizable figure, wearing blue overalls, a green shirt
    with a matching hat.  He is tall and thin, unlike his short and fat brother,
    Mario.  Luigi has an incredible jump, along with insane power that will
    definitely keep foes at bay.  But who exactly is Luigi?
    Well, he is Mario's brother for starters.  He has always played second fiddle,
    and has never had his own game, unlike Mario; who had various ones.  But,
    Luigi's Mansion came out, which finally gave Luigi a chance to shine.
    Hopefully more Luigi based games will come out, because I can't get enough of
    the green machine.
    Now, why would one choose to play as Luigi?  Well, as stated above; in the
    right hands he could be deadly.  Once you mastered some of the advanced
    techniques, he could easily keep anyone at bay, (except maybe a well played
    Sheik).  With Wavedashing he has insane range and speed, and can be
    Like any other character though, he has his weaknesses.  He has an almost
    non-existent vertical recovery, and can be sent flying easily.  However, these
    are easily canceled out by good dodging and recovering skills.  His weaknesses
    are minor, yet you need to know how to prevent them.  Don't worry; more on this
    will come in the "meat" of the FAQ.
    If you don't like the dodging and then attacking strategy, try someone like Fox
    or Pikachu (seriously there).  Both of their up smash attacks are deadly, and
    you can spam their B moves from a distance.  Well anyways, if you're reading
    this guide you're probably already chose to play as him; so now on to the
    useful stuff!
                                              [04.] Unlocking Luigi
    You can unlock Luigi in two ways.  One involves Adventure Mode, and the other
    vs. matches.  It's up to you which one you want to do to unlock him.  I suggest
    using the vs. matches, because after 1000 of them, you will have all the
    characters and the time consuming Food Trophy.
    === {04A.} Adventure Mode ===
    To unlock Luigi in Adventure Mode, you must finish the first stage with a time
    that has 2 in the seconds counter.  You have to cross the finish line when
    there is a 2 in this spot: xx:x2:xx.  When you do this, you will witness a
    funny cut scene where Luigi will jump on Mario's head; taking his place in the
    You must then beat the match in under 30 seconds; (you will get the Luigi K.O.
    bonus in the process =P), and then proceed to finish the rest of Adventure
    Mode.  You can use any character to do this, and after the Adventure is
    finished, Luigi will challenge you.  Beat him, and you just unlocked the
    Green Machine!
    === {04B.} The vs. Matches ===
    Ah, the alternative and not so commonly used method to unlock Luigi.  To unlock
    him with this method, you must complete 800 vs. matches, either against your
    friends or the computer (from now on going to be referred as the CPU).  This
    may seem like a lot, but I have a genius method to do this. ;)
    Note you must have at least two controllers to do this.  Go into vs. mode, and
    make it a one stock 1 vs. 1 match.  Go to any small stage, Dream Land works
    nice, and then just KO the nonmoving user right at the start.  It will only
    take a couple of seconds to finish the match.  All you have to do now is
    repeat for another 800 matches.
    For example, make Ness and Zelda the two players.  Go to the Pokemon Stadium
    Stage.  At the start have Ness jump over to Zelda and smash her.  Then drop
    down from the ledge and do another smash attack.  Zelda will die and it will
    have only taken you about four seconds.
    Now, you might be saying to yourself; "This guy is crazy, 800 matches for one
    character?"  Well, in the process you will also unlock:
     --|-- Characters --|--                --|-- Stages  --|--
    Jigglypuff........50 matches          Brinstar Depths..50 matches
    Dr. Mario.........100 matches         Fourside.........100 matches
    Pichu.............200 matches         Big Blue.........150 matches
    Falco.............300 matches         Poke Floats......200 matches
    Marth.............400 matches                          
    Young Link........500 matches         
    Ganondorf.........600 matches           --|-- Trophies --|--
    Mewtwo............700 matches          Maximum Tomato....10 matches
    Roy...............900 matches          Heart Container...100 matches
    Mr. Game & Watch..1000 matches         Food..............1000 matches
                                           Landmaster Tanks..1000 KO's
    As you can see, in the process of unlocking Luigi this way, you will also
    unlock various other characters and stages.  It's up to you to decide, but I
    prefer this method.
                                          [05.] Standard Techniques
    Here are the standard techniques, all of which Luigi can perform.  They can
    help you out a lot, so mastering them is very useful.
    === {05A.} Shielding/Power Shielding ===
    Ah, one of the simplest yet useful techniques you could use.  To put up your
    shield, hold R or L, you will know it is there because it is a bubble type
    thing.  Be wary though, because the shield gradually gets smaller and if it
    breaks, you will be left stunned; and open for a smash attack.
    Shielding is a very basic move that can be used to guard against any type of
    attack and projectile.  Another way to put up a shield is to tap and hold Z,
    which will put up a bigger but weaker shield.  These are only good to defend
    against someone spamming you in a melee, i.e. Fox's B move.
    Timing is crucial on shielding, and if you time it just right when someone
    attacks you, you will put up a power shield.  This is categorized by a white
    puff coming out of your shield when someone attacks you.  Also, if you do this
    on something thrown at you; you will deflect it back.  This is very hard to
    do as the timing must be exact.
    Also, if you press A while holding up your shield, you will perform a shield
    grab.  This is good when you block an attack, you so can quickly grab them and
    throw them away.  It comes out unbelievably quick, so get used to this at close
    range fighting.  Also note that you can jump while shielding, an effective way
    to guard and then quickly attack.
    Mostly shielding is only going to be used to shield the attacks and
    projectiles.  Hopefully, this next tactic will help you dodge those incoming
    === {05B.} Rolling ===
    To do a roll, press left or right while you have a shield up.  Luigi happens
    to have a very quick roll, which sets you up perfectly for a down or forward
    smash attack.  When someone is bringing an onslaught of attacks it is a good
    idea to shield, and then roll behind him.  Immediately you should do a smash
    Note that when you are facing someone who is good, they will anticipate this
    coming, so change up the way you roll to catch them off guard.  Also, you
    want to watch out for over rolling.  This is when you roll too much, and roll
    into waiting smash attacks (you do have a very small recovery time from this).
    So my words of advice is to only roll with Luigi when you need to defend and
    then attack, because if not it could lead to your death.
    === {05B.} Spot Dodging ===
    A Spot Dodge can be performed when you hold/tap L or R and tap down at the same
    time.  With Luigi, it will look like you are moving to the side.  With this
    move you can dodge any smash attack (when timed right) or any projectile thrown
    at you.
    It's especially good for dodging charged Super Scope shots; for you don't want
    to shield it (it will almost break your shield).
    This is a move you want to master.  You can say dodge a forward smash attack
    and then release your own. It's that simple.  It's like rolling, just without
    the roll.
    === {05C.} Air Dodging ===
    An Air Dodge is when you press R or L to dodge in the air.  You can also do
    this in any direction.  Another thing to do is when recovering, you can air
    dodge back onto the ledge, without having the use Luigi's Up B, (that is, as
    long as you are close enough to it).
    The air dodge is useful to dodge projectiles or attacks that are thrown at you.
    If someone throws a beam sword at you, then you can dodge out of the way,
    then go pick it up and throw it back at them.  It works really well.
    Also, you can dodge attacks this way, but it's not recommended when you are
    high up in the air, and are facing a fast faller.  Because after you air dodge,
    you can't do anything else.  The fast faller would reach the ground before you
    and smash you up.  If you are facing someone who falls fast, (like Fox or
    Captain Falcon), then try to neutralize their attack with a neutral A aerial.
    Air Dodging is very useful in both dodging attacks/projectiles and in recovery.
    Get used to this one, chances are you'll be using it a lot.
    === {05D.} Teching ===
    Ah, an awesome thing you can do with the L button.  When you get hit hard,
    Luigi will be literally spinning over and over in the air.  When you land, it
    will take a lot of time to get up.  This can be avoided by teching.  What you
    do is before you hit the ground, hit L.  This will make Luigi do a handstand.
    You can then hit right or left to roll, which goes slightly farther than the
    normal roll.
    The tech will reduce recovery time by a lot, and you can then roll out of the
    way of your opponent or behind them for a smash.  Once you get the rolling part
    down, teching becomes a must to get out of harms way.  All in all it's very
    useful, practice this one.  The timing will take a while, but once you get it
    the rewards will be great.
    *All of the standard and fairly easy techniques are now through, and please
    note that more on Luigi's smash attacks and other moves will be in other
    sections of this guide.  I was vague with what to do after them, but if you
    read the moves section, then you will know what attacks to do in the best
    situations.  I will incorporate strategies for these techs in the moves
    section, so don't fret.  
    On to the Advanced Techniques!
                                          [06.] Advanced Techniques
    Well, here are all of Luigi's advanced techniques.  These are also worth
    mastering, especially Wavedashing.  Go to training mode to practice them. Trust
    me, they are all great, and some can turn around matches.
    === {06A.} Dash Dancing ===
    Well, Dash Dancing's main purpose is to quickly change to way you are going.
    What you do is start the dash sequence, and then dash the other way, and then
    back again.  So basically, keep tapping left then right, so on and so forth.
    While doing this, you will notice Luigi running in two different directions,
    and also a standing Luigi (all bunched together).  With this, you can quickly
    go in any direction you want.
    If you don't Dash Dance and want to quickly change your direction, you will
    notice some lag while Luigi turns around and that he will also run slower.
    Against good players, lag equals bad, so you want to reduce it as much as
    possible.  This is what Dash Dancing is for.
    Dash Dancing is worth mastering, and can be used for mind games also.  When
    your opponent his pondering what the hell you are doing, that's your chance to
    smash them.  They'll also never know which way you're going, so you can Dash
    Dance backwards and then Wavedash forwards for an attack.
    === {O6B.} Dash Grab Canceling ===
    This technique is particularly useful when you can't Wavedash and are in close
    range of the energy.  You may notice that when Luigi does a dashing grab, he
    has a lot of lag if he misses.  This is where Dash Grab Canceling comes into
    What you want to do is dash, and then before you grab someone hit up and Z at
    the same time.  You will do Luigi's standing throw, which has virtually no
    lag time.  It will also come out much quicker than the dash grab, so your
    opponent has a less chance to counter attack.
    Wavedashing into a grab is quicker (it also does the standing animation), yet
    this is really useful and very easy to do.  Also, if you are close enough so
    you don't have to Wavedash, then this is the prime choice for a throw.
    === {06C.} Crouch Canceling ===
    Did you ever notice that when you get smashed while crouching, you don't fly as
    far?  This is exactly what this technique is.  What you have to do is
    anticipate an attack coming, and if there's no chance of countering, you have
    to crouch.  You will then get hit, but you won't fly as far.
    This one you can't really practice, but once you can anticipate someone's
    attacks, you can easily do this.  It works great, but you need precise timing
    to do this, (don't worry; this will come with more time playing the game).
    Don't do this on Peach's down smash though, (certain other characters too),
    otherwise you will get hurt more, and fly farther.
    Another thing you can do with this is to crouch while you are dashing to stop
    completely (Dash Canceling).  So while you are running, tap downward to stop
    your dash.  It sets you up perfectly for a down smash (or tilt) attack with
    Luigi.  Since his smashes are so powerful, make it a habit to crouch out of
    you dashes, then attack.
    One last thing to do is if you crouch cancel an attack at low damages,
    quickly do a down tilt.  This is known as crouch cancel countering and can
    set you up for a more powerful attack; such as a forward smash.  Make a habit
    out of this too.
    === {06D.} L-Canceling ===
    If you played with other characters before Luigi, you may notice that they take
    a while to recover out of an aerial attack.  This is what l-canceling is for.
    It reduces lag on all aerial moves; which helps you effectively string
    together combos and to get away quicker after a missed attack.
    To do an l-cancel, you have to hit L or R before you hit the ground after an
    aerial attack.  Luigi's moves don't have a lot of lag time, so L-canceling is
    not vital to his game.  It is, however, useful when you perform a very low
    aerial, so you can recover quicker if you miss.
    To practice the l-cancel you'll want to choose Link and use his dair.  When
    you land you should notice Link taking a lot of time to pull his sword out
    of the ground.  Now try it with l-canceling.  The lag will be almost
    nonexistent which is why this technique is so good.
    Even though l-canceling is not vital to Luigi's game, it is useful to know/be
    able to pull off.  If you do a very low sex kick and miss, you might get
    punished if you don't l-cancel.  Practice this in your spare time; it's not
    as important to Luigi as it is to say, Marth.
    === {06E.} Short Hopping ===
    If you jump with the control stick, you want to stop now and jump with X or Y,
    preferably X, because Short Hopping is very hard with the control stick.  To do
    a short hop, you must quickly tap X or Y, or lightly press up on the control
    Short Hopping allows you to perform low aerial attacks, which you can string
    together to make more efficient combos.  Even though Luigi has a big normal
    jump, his short hop is relatively low, which allows you to combo effectively,
    or drive your opponent off the edge easily.
    Practice these out of running and standing still, since you need to be able to
    do it out of reflex.  Once you can do these out of a dash/stand still
    consistently, you can move on to this next technique.
    *Note that you can also use this to grab the edge of the stage so the opponent
    can't get back (edgehogging), but doing this with Wavedashing is much quicker.
    Don't worry about doing this; the Wavedash is a lot better.
    === {06F.} Wavedashing ===
    Finally, the mother of all of Luigi's techniques, and what's more; he's the
    best at it.  Now you've probably been wondering throughout the guide thus
    far, "What the hell is a Wavedash?"  Well, here's all about it.
    Basically, a Wavedash is when you literally slide across the screen without
    moving.  As you may have noticed if you played with Luigi before, that he has
    little traction and slides if you try to turn around while dashing.  Well, it's
    his almost nonexistent traction that makes him great at this.
    As for how to do a Wavedash; you must have nimble fingers; yet you can work
    even slow ones into reflex with some practice.  What you want to do is to
    jump, and then immediately air dodge down and at an angle.  You will see Luigi
    sliding far across the screen and can go across 1/3 of the Final Destination
    with this.  Note that when you do this, you should NOT see Luigi jumping; you
    should see more like a white poof of smoke and then Luigi sliding.
    Now you're probably wondering, what is the point of sliding across the screen?
    Well, you can use it to edgehog, align attacks/perform attacks, and dodge/move
    away from attacks.
    First things first, here's how to edgehog using Wavedashing.  Since Luigi
    slides really far, you can be about 2 1/2 to 3 inches away from the edge; make
    sure you back is facing it.  Then perform a Wavedash and you will slide off the
    stage and grab onto the ledge.  When your opponent tries to get back, they
    won't be able to grab the ledge, so this may possibly lead to early damage
    KO's.  Make sure not to do this against characters that have an Up B attack
    that damage from any point in the attack; such as Fox and Roy.
    *Obviously, if your opponent can reach the stages without grabbing the ledge,
    don't do this, but if not; go for it.
    Now since Luigi can Wavedash so far, aligning attacks can be difficult, yet
    this can be easily avoided.  Say you want to Wavedash backward just a tad bit.
    What you want to do is jump and then air dodge a bit later than normal.
    This will make it look like a triangle; thus being called Triangle Jumping.
    To align attack when you only need to move a little back this is useful, but it
    is slower than a Wavedash.  It has its' uses though, and is always good to get
    off a quick smash.
    Ah, doing Wavedashes into attacks.  What you want to do is from far away, or
    somewhat close to the opponent, Wavedash, and while sliding quickly do a down
    smash attack.  Luigi's legs will have increased range, for you are doing it
    while moving.  You can also do up smashes out of this, but it's not nearly as
    effective as the down smash.  Once they're in the air, proceed to juggle them
    (keeping an opponent in the air so they can't recover).  A good way to juggle
    is to do uairs until they have high damage and then finish them off with a
    forward A chop.  If you are a tournament level player, you don't need to worry
    about juggling, yet if you are not, go right ahead and do so.
    Another thing you can do is to Wavedash into throws.  Since the animation time
    while actually dashing takes longer than a standing still one, the Wavedash
    throw combo is the way to go.  You will be moving and doing the standstill
    grab animation at the same time.  It comes out unbelievably quick, and then
    do a backward throw for optimum efficiency.  It may also surprise the opponent,
    because they might shield for a smash attack. *You can grab someone while
    their shield is up.
    You've probably noticed that during a roll, you go right through the opponent.
    The same applies for Wavedashing, but remember that they can still hit you.
    So to dodge an attack, you have to see it coming, and quickly Wavedash out of
    the way.  You can then Wavedash back and smash them.  Other things you can
    dodge are projectiles, just Wavedash out of harms way and then grab the item
    and chuck it back at them.  That's pretty much it for evading.  You can
    quickly Wavedash out of danger than go in for attacks.  Nice. ;)
                                 [07.] Movelist/In-depth Strategies
    Here is the all of Luigi's moves and various strategies for using them.  The
    strategies will include scenarios and other various ways to use them, along
    with a description of how to use them.  The amount of damage it does will also
    be shown; along with pretty much everything else you need to worry about at
    this point.  Also, remember that the damage a move does goes down each time you
    use it, until you die. Onward!
    === {07A.} Tilt Moves ===
    First off, you need to know what a tilt is.  Basically, a tilt is when you tilt
    the control stick halfway in the direction you want to do an attack in, and hit
    A.  The manual calls them "strong attacks".
            Forward Tilt: Roundhouse to Lower~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 10%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Medium~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Well, the Roundhouse attack is when Luigi kicks out, starting off high and
    ending low, all the while spinning 360°.  Many people also say not to use this
    one, but there are a few tricks to learn about this one.
    Before you try this next combo, note that it works easily on a group of two
    fighting people, but you can still do it on one person.  It will be a bit
    harder, but well worth it.
    Well, here's a quite simple one.  What you want to do is to walk forward, and
    perform the roundhouse kick on your opponent.  You'll notice that they will
    not get knocked back far.  Now, while still tilting forward, perform more of
    these attacks.  When the damage gets to high, they will get knocked back some
    bit, so Wavedash and finish them off with a smash.  This can cause anywhere
    from 27% to 50% damage if you get three or more hits in.
    Well, if you opponent DI's, which they probably will, you then have a few
    choices to make.  You can then either grab and throw them, or finish off the
    combo with a smash.  Either way, you're sure to get a couple hits in, and at
    10 damage each, its well worth it.
    Another very quick combo is to Wavedash in, and do the forward tilt.  Then hit
    Z to grab them.  Quickly tap A while holding them to get an extra hit in then
    throw them back.  Wavedash to them, and finish it off with a down smash.  You
    can also use this with a forward smash; just add it in where the throw is.
    The throw is much more effective, however.
    As with the neutral A combo, you should do this when you opponent has around
    0% to 20% damage.  You can easily put them up to 50 or 60% with this, as long
    as they don't see it coming.  If your opponent is playing with a big character
    (that they can't use well), definitely use this one.
    On a side note, this move can cancel out projectiles thrown at you.  If you
    time it right, there should be a blue circle around the item and it should be
    neutralized.  Also, attacks like 's fireballs can be canceled this way.  BUT,
    why would you cancel out the item thrown at you when you can catch it, (when
    timed right), with A?
            Up Tilt: Uppercut~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage: 9%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Medium~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    To do the uppercut attack, you must tilt up and hit A.  Luigi will then club
    his fist over his head, knocking away anyone in front (close to you), or above
    you.  It's a fairly weak attack, but there are one or two combos for it.
    When your opponent has low damage, 0% to 20%, quickly do the uppercut and then
    follow it up with an Up B.  You should do about 34% damage to the opponent, and
    they will be set up for a juggle.  Or, you can do the uppercut and then quickly
    throw them back.  Then Wavedash back and smash them.  Those work quickly and
    This next combo here will just about never work, but what the hell; you should
    still know about it.  Basically, do the same thing as the continuous forward
    A's into a group, except on one person.  Just keeping doing uppercuts and the
    damage should rack up quickly, although your opponent will probably meteor
    smash (aerial down A), or move out of it.  When that happens, do a smash or
    throw move for about 30% damage on your opponent, if you get two up A's and a
    smash off.  Not too shabby.
    Although there are some combos for this move, it should be avoided, and only
    used to launch you opponent up when they have high damage and the first stated
    combo.  A not to useful move, but like the other tilts, it can be used as
    something your opponent wouldn't expect.
            Back Tilt: Backward Roundhouse to Lower~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 10%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Medium~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This is Luigi's only tilt move that can protect his back.  He does the same
    thing as the forward tilt, except he turns around and then kicks.  It does
    about 10% damage, and knocks your opponent away a little.
    A little tip here is when someone is coming up from behind you, do this tilt,
    and then Wavedash backwards.  This will knock your opponent back and then you
    move away from a possible onslaught.  Another thing is to do the tilt when
    someone is advancing on you, and then do a short hopped bair to knock them
    You can also combo this in a group, (continuous ones), but it's impossible to
    do a Super Punch out of.  You would have to move forward for this, and your
    opponent wouldn't let you do that.
            Down Tilt: Crouching Kick~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 9%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Low~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Here's a move that can help you out in certain situations, basically when your
    opponent is hanging on the ledge.  What Luigi will do is crouch down, cover
    his head with his hands, and kick out a little.
    The only time your going to want to use this is when your opponent is trying to
    get cute with you, and stays one the ledge after you knock him off.
    *Note that this will only work when your opponent is NOT flashing.  When they
    aren't flashing and are hanging from the ledge, do the down tilt.  This will
    knock them of the ledge and up.  Then, jump and do a forward A to knock him
    back. Proceed to edgeguard from thereon.
    Well, there's a nifty trick for when your opponent is expecting you to attack
    them on the ledge.  Another edgeguarding trick is to let them grab the ledge,
    and if you have an item, jump over them and throw it down.  They won't be able
    to guard it and will get knocked off. You can then charge up a smash for when
    they get back on the stage.
    Onward to the smash attacks, and if the combos don't work, then you're probably
    already an intermediate player.  Most of the tilts are good only for beginner
    play, while intermediate play requires more smashes and aerial attacks, except
    for a quick tilt to kill attacks coming in fast.  You may find that it is
    faster than a smash in most cases.
    === {07B.} Smash Moves ===
    Note that the smashes can be performed uncharged with the C-Stick, used best
    when you need that quick smash.
            Forward Smash: Power Punch~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Uncharged): 13%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Full Charge): 17%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Medium-High~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    The first of four smash attacks, this one is only useful in certain situations.
    Basically, Luigi will draw his arm into his body, and then release for an
    attack that will send your opponent forward and upward.
    Of all Luigi's smash attacks, this one is his least useful.  It has a short
    range and can only hit someone that is directly in front of you.  It can also
    be used to cancel out other players smash attacks, which is always good, for
    you can then follow up with a down smash attack.  It can also cancel out
    projectiles, but the forward tilt is more useful.
    This move can be used to start combos, yet you'll need to attack then Wavedash
    forward and short hop a fair, (drive them off the edge with this) and edgeguard
    from there.
    If your opponent techs to roll behind you, the Wavedash backwards and do the
    combo from there.  You need to know where your opponent is going to roll (if he
    does), so you can react accordingly and knock them out.
    The Power Punch is basically your standard combo starter/KO move.  Although it
    has little range, in hand to hand combat this has a high priority over most
    uncharged smashes.  Use it sparingly though, his down smash and up smash are
    much more effective killers.
    *If you are facing a fast faller, this will be your main ground KO move, for
    they will fall much too quick to be easily KO'd off the top.
            Up Smash: Head Butt~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Uncharged): 17%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Full Charge): 23%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Medium-High~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Ah, one of Luigi's great KO moves, the Head Butt.  It's quick, (it can hit
    most meteor smash attacks before they hit you), and does a fair amount of
    The Head Butt is basically the same as his Uppercut attack; except there will
    be blue sparkles around Luigi's fist, and will send your opponent up and
    backward, instead of just up.
    This can be used as both a combo finisher and combo starter, as long as you
    stay on the ground.  Since it can hit opponents before their aerial attacks
    hit you, you can juggle them while staying on the ground (Wavedash into
    Being a combo starter, it can be used for a juggle; or you can do this.  Do
    the Up Smash, then Wavedash/Roll back and throw your opponent up.
    *If they have low damage, 0% to 45%, then roll, and Wavedash at higher
    percentages. You can then either do an Up A aerial, or do a down smash.  Follow
    on from there.
    If your opponent techs out of this one, do the same thing as above, Wavedash
    the other way so you can finish the combo.  As stated before, you have to see
    what their going to do, so you can react and then kill them.
    It will rack up the damage quickly, and can easily put your opponent in the
    high 50's for damage.  You can then Wavedash out of danger, or do the dash A,
    Up B combo to finish them off. ;)
    As for being a combo ender, use this when your opponent has 80 or so damage
    to send them off the top of the screen, except for fast fallers (you can send
    them off the side with a forward smash).
    This is one of Luigi's main KO ground attacks, and when used effectively can
    get you some low damage KO's, depending on the stage.  When you do a combo
    that involves juggling or Wavedashing then smashing, this (or a down smash)
    is the finisher you want.
            Back Smash: Backward Power Punch~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Uncharged): 13%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Full Charge): 17%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Medium-High~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This, along with Luigi's down smash, are the only smash attacks that can
    protect his back.  The animation is the same, only Luigi turns around before
    poking the opponent.
    This can also cancel out projectiles, just like the forward smash; only the
    ones flying at you from behind.  It also has enough priority to cancel out
    someone's smash attack, so keep that in mind.
    The same general combos apply for this move and the forward smash.  Just smash
    someone that's behind you, Wavedash, short hop a fair (drive them off the
    ledge with this), and edgeguard from there.
    If your opponent techs behind you after the smash attack Wavedash backward and
    do another smash attack.  It's all about knowing what your opponent will do,
    and reacting accordingly to pull this one off.
    The Backward Power Punch can also start combos and KO opponents, but you have
    the down smash to cover your back, which is a much better attack.  But, you
    always want to mix things up, so keep this one in store for your friends and
    foes alike.
            Down Smash: Leg Sweep~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Uncharged): 17%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Full Charge): 23%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: High~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    The Leg Sweep is the ideal move for Luigi to KO people with.  What he does is
    sweep his legs under him, which sends his opponents flying straight up.  What
    makes it so useful is that Luigi can charge this up while Wavedashing, both
    extending the sweeps range and power.
    This move has a few combo starters; mainly you want to use it to set up for a
    juggle.  You can throw after using this attack, but since Luigi can't grab
    people in the air, you will have to wait for them to recover, which will leave
    you open (not good).
    Being a juggle starter, this is one hell of a move.  Since it will send your
    opponent straight up, you can easily juggle them with Up A aerials, or stay on
    the ground and use Up/Down Smashes.  This can also be a good KO combo, yet
    your opponent can easily get out of this one, with a bit of DI.
    Another KO tactic with the down smash is to Wavedash, and charge the move while
    sliding.  Then, release it when you get close to your opponent, who hopefully
    has a high damage percent.  If so, then this should be an easy KO for you.
    All in all, this is Luigi's best smash attack, and probably the most useful of
    all them.  Preferably you should stick to the air with short hops, but when it
    comes to fighting on the ground, this is the way to end (and possibly start).
    === {07C.} Aerial Moves ===
            Neutral Aerial (hold): Sex Kick~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 15%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Very high~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    A sex kick is a move where your character sticks his foot out and leaves it
    there for a while.  It will hit from anywhere on your body, so even if your
    opponent touches your head it will still hurt them.  This is a great move and
    should be used often.
    So, during this attack, Luigi will stick his foot out for about a second.  It
    will out prioritize most aerial attacks, so keep that in mind.  It's a great
    move to recover from juggles with, much like the Luigi Tornado.  Also, when
    connected with, it will send the opponent flying almost straight up.
    This, as you can well imagine sets up great for juggles, especially when your
    opponent has over 50% damage.  Do the sex kick to knock them up, and then fast
    fall (this is pretty much the only attack that's necessary for them).  You can
    then jump up again and use a fair or dair to send them off the sides.
    You can also use the sex kick to neutralize one of your opponent's aerial
    attacks (remember to fast fall to get down quicker), and then when you land,
    Wavedash out of harms way.
    This move is great to fall down with, as it will out prioritize many aerial
    attacks.  If you're facing a fast faller, then use two in quick succession to
    completely stop their attack.  If someone your facing is aerial happy, the sex
    kick is the way to go.
            Forward Aerial: Chop Attack~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 12%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: High~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    One of Luigi's more powerful air attacks, the chop is a great move to short hop
    with, or use with full jumps (to drive your opponent off the ledge).  Luigi
    will make a fist while in air, and then deliver a powerful chop on his
    opponent, making them fly a moderate distance.  Also, it will send them a
    little up and far, making a small half circle at low damages.
    This move is great to short hop because in one short hop you can fist both the
    forward A and neutral A dealing a lot of damage.  You can then juggle your
    opponent, or better yet, keep using chops until your opponent is off the ledge.
    It sets up for some early edgeguarding, which is always a good thing.
    Another combo you can do is to use the chop in a short hop, then jump again and
    use another.  Land, then jump up and go for his down A.  This should get them
    to the end of the stage, depending on how close you are to it.  If there not
    at the end, just add in a Wavedash when you land, and then throw them off of
    One other combo is to do a chop when your opponent has no damage, then roll
    behind them when you land.  (If they tech, then you have to Wavedash).  You can
    then throw them backwards, then Wavedash that, and add in a short hop bair at
    the end.  Combos are endless out of this one, really.
    Anyways, if you want a quick kill, when your edgeguarding, do a single jump off
    the platform.  You can then either add in a forward or dair to knock them back
    further.  To recover, simply double jump backwards and Up B the ledge.
    As you can see, many combos that come out of the Chop Attack involve
    Wavedashing and then a smash attack.  It's really effective, for once their in
    the air, you can drive them off the ledge with a mixture of aerials, and then
    edgeguard. Nice.
            Up Aerial: Flip Kick~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 13%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Medium-low~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    The Flip Kick is interesting, as it can send your opponent in various ways,
    depending on where they were hit.  Also, it you tap up A, then you will jump
    before the attack, which is bad; so you'll want to tilt up for this.  Luigi
    will jump up and spin around, all the while kicking his legs out, knocking
    foes in various directions.
    Now, this move can be used for juggles when done correctly, although it won't
    do as good a job as the sex kick.  Anyways, note that where the opponent last
    hit your feet is where they will be sent flying, so if you hit them while your
    feet were up and right, they will go that way too.
    To juggle with this, you want to start off with a smash that's sends them
    straight up, or a sex kick.  Then, single jump and do the Flip Kick.  Float to
    the direction there heading, jump again and do another Flip Kick, (or a back
    or fair).  It's good as a beginning juggle, and then you can smash them back
    up and repeat.
    Also, this move can kill at damages over 100% and when your opponent is
    moderately high up.  So, you can finish off juggles with this for a kill (as
    long as your opponent is high up).  For fast fallers though, you want a bit
    more damage on them, preferably around 120%.
    Pretty much that's it.  Juggling is what the move is good for, and for the
    possible KO at the end of the juggle.
            Back Aerial: Backward Kick~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 11%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: High~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This is Luigi's only air move that can protect his back in the air, and is very
    useful when used along with a backward Wavedash.  Luigi will kick out both legs
    behind him while doing this attack; knocking anyone he hits back a fair
    This is also a good edgeguarding move, as you can jump backwards off the ledge,
    and knock someone back with this.  You can then jump and grab the ledge;
    edgehogging him so he dies.
    Anyways, if someone is coming up from behind you, a good choice is to short hop
    one of these (at low damage 0% to 20% you can fit in two on your opponent in
    one short hop), and then just keep Wavedashing and doing them.  It's a lot like
    driving them off the edge with the chops, yet you'll be doing it backwards this
    As said above, Wavedashing into one of these is a good choice.  If your
    opponent is far away then you can Wavedash to them and get a good hit in.  It
    can also set up for a juggle if you're quick with the Flip Kick.
    Luigi's an aerial beast.  You can use these short hopped bairs just about at
    any time, setting up opportunities for yourself.  You can also do one of these
    into a throw.  A great move; it protects Luigi's back and has a lot of power.
            Down Aerial: Spin Kick~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 16%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: High~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This is one hell of a finishing move.  When not connected as a spike, it sends
    your opponent flying either left or right, and at a high trajectory (a bit
    higher than the bair).  When doing this move, Luigi will spin around, hitting
    anything near.  It can also be called a Meteor Smash attack, and if you kill
    someone with it you will get the Meteor Smash bonus.
    Well, first off I should tell you how to spike and what a spike is.  Basically,
    a spike is a move that sends your opponent flying almost straight down, and
    that they can't really recover from.  To get the spike with Luigi's spin kick,
    they have to be touching Luigi's thighs.  When done right, they will rocket
    downwards, with pretty much no chance of recover.
    This spike is great if you can hit with it all the time, especially over gaps
    because it has almost no recovery time in the air.  So, when your opponent is
    coming back to the stage, you'll want to jump out, Spin Kick, and then double
    jump back to the ledge.
    Also, this move is a dangerous killer even when you don't get the spike.  At
    around 75% to 80% damage it can potentially KO pretty much any character.  For
    this move, you'll want to finish off juggles (if your opponent is low), or to
    end combos.
    Short hopping these helps a lot, but you can also go for the attack from above
    your opponent.  It's also effective this way, for it out prioritizes a lot of
    smash attacks.  Mostly, this is a combo ender, not a starter.  What's good
    about Luigi is that you start combos on the ground and end in the air.  He has
    great aspects of both aerial and ground games.
    === {07D.} Throws ===
    *Grabs have no priority.
            Grab Attack: Head Butt~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 3%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Basically, this move is only meant to deal extra damage to your opponent before
    you throw them.  All you have to do is press A, and Luigi will perform a head
    butt on his opponent.  Then, throw them before they get out of your grasp.
    Just a small note on the head butts, for about every 15% damage your opponent
    gains, you can do one more attack on them.  So, when they have 0% to 15% you
    can perform one, 15% to 30% you can perform two, and so on.
    These should always be used when you have someone in your clutches; more damage
    is very good, obviously. =P
            Forward Throw: Spin Throw~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 8%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This is a fairly standard throw that makes your opponent fly in front of you a
    little.  Luigi will grab the other player, spin around once, and launch them
    forward.  Not the most useful of throws, this one has some tricks to it.
    This throw can be used in a combo to get off a quick 23% to 25% damage,
    depending on which way you follow it up.  What you do is throw your opponent
    forward, then Wavedash toward your opponent and do either an up or down smash.
    The latter will net you around 25% and they both set up for some early juggles.
    Another brilliant combo with this move is a forward throw, then follow your
    opponent's movements with a Wavedash, and finish it off with a fair and sex
    kick all in one short hop.  It will take a while to learn, but this combo is
    great to use.  You can also purposely miss the fair, but hit with the sex kick.
    This throw is really useful, and can be chained together if you follow your
    opponent's movements, but only for two or so throws because it sends them too
    This is one of the more useful throws, hell; all of Luigi's throws are great.
            Up Throw: Upward Chuck~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 7%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    The Upward Chuck is a move that sets up great for juggling and works well as a
    combo starter.  When you do this move, Luigi will throw his opponent up and
    behind him a little.
    This move can start combos at both high and low percentages.  It doesn't really
    matter at what damage you do this to your opponent, you just have to make sure
    you follow him after the throw.  Basically, it's an upward throw, (possible
    Wavedash here), down smash, (another possible Wavedash here) backward throw.
    At low percents, you can do this easily without moving, unless of course your
    opponent techs out of the way.  It's a simple combo really, one that can be
    used often to rack up the damage.  Make sure that you follow then with a
    Wavedash, and then it should work fine and give about 30 or so damage.
    Also, juggles will work great out of this because of the way it launches them
    up.  To start the juggle, you're going to want to throw them up, and then do a
    bair.  Then, jump again and do another bair.  You can then fast fall, and chop
    them off the edge.  Not too shabby.
    Basically any kind of juggle/combo can be made after this.  Substitute smashes
    for short hop aerials; just mess around with it.  Those are some very basic
    combos to start you off, keep making up moves as you go along so you don't get
            Back Throw: Backward Spin Throw~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 10%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This is probably Luigi's best and most powerful throw.  It has great knock
    back, and does a cool 10% damage.  Luigi will spin the opponent around many
    times, and then launch them at a high trajectory.  This move is a killer, and
    can also be used for combos.
    Also, as a side note, if you are crowded by many players you can use this throw
    to knock some of them away.  It won't be much, but it will at least get them
    off of your backs for a little.
    well, this move has great potential to be a killer, as long as you throw them
    off the side of the ledge closest to you.  Because of its great knock back, you
    can easily get a KO off the side at around 100% damage.  Also, if you're
    playing on a stage with close walls, such as Mushroom Kingdom, then it can
    easily KO with almost no damage.
    As for combos, they fall along the same lines of the forward throw.  What you
    basically want to do is throw them back, and then Wavedash backwards into a
    down smash attack.  You can then throw him, (after he lands and possibly
    techs), or smash him again and try to juggle him.  You can also do a backward
    throw, then a Wavedash backwards and two bairs.
    As stated with the above mentioned throws, these don't have specific combos.
    As long as you can Wavedash, you can easily pull of a throw, smash, throw
    combo.  These combos in the throws section are more like guidelines.  You want
    to try to start off with the throw and then smash, and then follow up with
    something your opponent would never expect.
    This move should be used as a secondary KO move, as long as you're fighting on
    the ground.  As long as you're near the edge, go for that shield grab and give
    your opponent a toss.  My favorite of all the throws and can lead into an
    endless combination of combos.  All in all, a great move; use it a lot.
            Down Throw: Throw Down: Grab with Z, Tilt Down~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 7%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This move is a lot like Luigi's upward throw; it does the same damage and
    launches the opponent and pretty much the same angle.  Luigi will take his
    opponent and throw them into the floor, making them bounce both up and
    backwards.  So, the same combos are possible.
    Anyways, since it sends them the same way, you can mix up the up and down throw
    so you always get max damage.  Remember, moves damage will continually go down
    until you get killed.
    This move can start combos at both high and low percentages.  It doesn't really
    matter at what damage you do this to your opponent, you just have to make sure
    you follow him after the throw.  Basically, it's a downward throw, (possible
    Wavedash here), down smash, (another possible Wavedash here) backward throw.
    At low percents, you can do this easily without moving, unless of course your
    opponent techs out of the way.  It's a simple combo really, one that can be
    used often to rack up the damage.  Make sure that you follow them with a
    Wavedash, and then it should work fine and give about 30 or so damage.
    juggles fall along the same lines as with the up throw.  Do a down throw, then
    a couple of aerials and a fair off the ledge.  Or, you could keep racking up
    the damage with uairs after the throw, and finish them off with a dair.
    Like the upward throw, this is a great move for juggles and should be used
    often.  A great move, and a potential killer if your opponent cannot DI well.
    === {07D.} Special Moves ===
            Neutral B: Green Fireball~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 6%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Low~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This is probably Luigi's most useless move, the Fireball offers no combos to
    follow up with, and only briefly stuns your opponent, (it's less then a second
    of stun time).  Luigi will pop out his hand, releasing a fireball that will
    only travel horizontally, never going any higher or lower.  Also, the fireball
    will travel a tiny bit farther than a Wavedash attack, so keep that in mind.
    Anyways, this move is only good to spam (use a lot) when you want to play keep
    away (in a large melee group).  If you want to do this, then stand back from
    a group of fighting people, and just launch fireballs at your opponents.  It
    will add some extra damage, but can be deemed as cheap, making others want to
    KO you.
            Forward B: Luigi Rocket~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Uncharged): 9%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Full Charge): 26%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Misfire): 25%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Low, high if misfired~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This, along with Luigi's Super Jump Punch, are his means of recovery.  Luigi
    will crouch down and then launch like a rocket after you release B, going a
    fair distance.  Also, 12.5% of the time (?), it will misfire, going twice as
    far and dealing 25% damage.  It will also have much more knockback.
    Basically, this is used for recovery.  But, it can kill someone who has high
    percentages.  Or, if you want to play keep away, just charge one up away from
    the group and smack them with it.  Cheap I know, and your opponents will
    probably want to attack you after doing it a lot; you were warned.
    You must first know that if you get hit down and at an angle you're pretty much
     dead because Luigi's recovery isn't very good.  When you get hit, use
    uncharged rockets until you near the stage.  Then use your midair jump (you
    need to save it to make his recovery better) and then an Up B if needed.  Or,
    if you can make it, an angled air dodge will help you catch the ledge.
    If you misfire at any time while recovering, good for you, because it should
    send you back to the stage, and you will get over the head of your edgeguarder.
            Up B: (Super) Jump Punch~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (No Ping): 1%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Ping): 25%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This is one of Luigi's KO special moves, yet should be avoided at an
    intermediate level of play.  Anyways, since if you play against beginners a lot
    (and you're one yourself), then you can easily take the opportunity of this
    move.  Basically, Luigi will launch himself straight up with his fist extended,
    delivering a crushing blow if connected right.
    Well, first you have to know how to connect with it.  You basically want to be
    inside your opponent, so Luigi's fist will go on fire and a Ping will be heard.
    This can KO your opponent at anywhere from 65% to 70% on normal fallers and
    floaty characters and above 80% on fast fallers.  If you're not inside your
    opponent you will only do 1% damage and be left open for attack, which is
    why you should avoided jumping and doing this.
    Well, as for the combos, they were already listed in the other moves.
    Basically, you only want to use the Super Jump Punch as a beginner, as your
    opponents won't be able to shield it that well, as for intermediates, you
    should stay away from it.
    Anyways, some simple combos for this are the three neutral A's and then Up B,
    or the dash A and then Up B.  Also, one final combo that could possibly work is
    the Up Tilt and then the Super Jump Punch.  They are all effective at
    beginning play; you won't want to use this move often inters, except for
    recovery.  Inters, you can always to the down B then Up B combo, which works
    well at any level of play, more of this in the Luigi Tornado strategies.
    Also, this move can be used for recovery, often when you want to catch the
    ledge (if you can't with an air dodge).  You need to be right under the ledge
    however, because this move does NOT go horizontally at all.
    That's about it for the Super Jump Punch, use it for recovery and the possible
    Ping hit if you're playing someone who can't shield it.  It can be shielded/
    avoided, so keep that in mind.  Anyways, it's a great move for beginners if
    they can hit with the Ping consistently.  *Note that from now on, when I say Up
    B, it will mean a hit with the Ping.
            Back B: Backward Luigi Rocket~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Uncharged): 9%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Full Charge): 26%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt (Misfire): 25%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Low, high if misfired~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Basically, this is the same as the Luigi Rocket, except you'll turn around
    before doing this.  Luigi will crouch down and then launch like a rocket when
    you release B.  He will misfire 12.5% of the time (?), going twice as far and
    dealing 25% damage.  It will also have much more knockback.
    This should be used for recovery when you are facing the opposite way of the
    edge.  You will quickly turn around and then launch your attack.  You can use
    forward rockets from thereon.
    Once again, you should use uncharged rockets until you get close to the ledge,
    then charge one up and aim for the ledge.  When you hit it, quickly do an Up B
    attack to grab the ledge.  Then press A to attack or R to roll up onto the
    Or you can try to hit your edgeguarder with the missile, but they could hit you
    with a smash before you hit them.  This is not advised; always try to hang
    from the ledge.
    You can also spam this on a group, although you will have to be not facing them
    to do one backwards.  This will probably get your opponents angry, so it
    shouldn't be spammed.  If you spam it, they may go for you, which is bad if
    you're playing keep away.
            Down B: Luigi Tornado~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 19%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: High~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    The Luigi Tornado, an all around great special move.  It can stop opponent's
    juggles, set up for a Super Jump Punch and disperse groups around you.  What
    Luigi will do is spin around, finishing by throwing both his hands out, hitting
    anyone near him.
    Well, first off is the infamous Down B to Up B combo.  Make sure that while
    doing this do NOT move into your opponent, you want to stay on the side of him
    (the tornado will do 16% damage).  So after the tornado, do a quick Up B
    attack, and you've just tacked on a good 41% damage, not too bad.
    Now, you might be wondering when you get to use this combo.  Well, if you want
    to get out of an opponents juggle, use this move to break it up, (before the
    aerial hits you).  Then, immediately follow up with some aerials to keep the
    opponent in the air.
    Another time to use this move is to disperse a group of people around you.
    Since it sends them all flying at different directions, this gives you a good
    time to recover, and possibly start and onslaught of your own.
    *Note, if your opponents are hitting you from both sides with constant weak
    attacks, you don't want to do this move.  Instead, try shielding and rolling
    out of the way.  The startup time for this move is a little bit, so someone
    can easily interrupt it, which is why you roll out of the above mention
    Anyways, some simple combos will include using this move, then go for a
    Wavedash/roll and then a good smash.  This move is especially good coming down,
    so keep this combo in mind while playing.  It is only a combo starter, so just
    add more attacks till you drive them off the edge, then go for the edgeguard.
    All in all, this move is very versatile, yet you don't want to overuse it,
    because then you might become predictable.  So, when your about to get hit in
    the air, go for it; it will set up your opponent for a good combo, and save
    your own skin. ;)
    === {07E.} Other ===
    This will be where we will list other attacks that don't fit any other
            Neutral A Combo: Jab, Jab, Bump~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage dealt for A: 3%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage dealt for A, A: 5%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage dealt for A, A, A: 10%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Medium~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This here is Luigi's most basic move, and should only be used in special
    circumstances.  What it basically is, is Luigi giving a quick left, right jab
    combo, and following it up with a good bump.  Many people may say not to use
    this move often, but I say nay.
    This move has basically one purpose, to start a quick combo that can cause
    anywhere from 32 to 35 damage; and set up perfectly for a combo.  What you want
    to do is hit A quickly three times in a row, doing the full combo attack. Then
    quickly hit up B, to do Luigi's Super Jump Punch.  It should connect, and
    cause your opponent to fly up a little; where you proceed to juggle him.
    Your opponent can DI out of this combo.  You will notice this happening when
    your hits are barely connecting.  If this happens, do NOT hit up B, as you will
    only hit for one point of damage and be open for attack.
    Instead, you should follow up with any smash, or a tilt forward A.  If you did
    either the down or up smash attack, follow that up with another up smash, so
    the opponent will go a bit higher.  You can then Wavedash back, or try to
    juggle your opponent.  Hey, it a quick way to put about 35 damage on your
    opponent anyway.  If you did the forward tilt or forward smash attack, you
    should follow up with a throw.  It's a bit weaker than the down and up smashes,
    but if it sends your opponent off the stage your free to edgeguard. ;)
    Well that's all the combos out of this combo attack.  Good luck with it and use
    it sparingly, so your opponent won't expect it.  Make sure to do it when they
    have moderately low damage, from 0% to 20%, otherwise your combo will move them
    away, so you can't do Luigi's up B.  A good idea is to use it after you kill
    them, or at the beginning of the match.
    On a side note, just the neutral A can cancel out weak attacks that come your
    way.  Practice the countering because after a while you should be able to
    counter, then smash for some quick damage.
            Dash Attack: Berserker Punches~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 11%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Ah, I quite simple move that involves the up B combo attack.  Well first off,
    while doing this attack Luigi will run towards the opponent and clobber them
    with wild swings from his arms.  This move gets opponents caught up in the
    attack, making it the perfect setup for an up B.
    Well, this move has a large damage range that you can use.  You don't want it
    to knock the opponent away, you want it to ensnare them, so only do this dash
    A, up B combo from 0% to 60% damage.  On the latter, you can send characters
    that fall normally off the top for a KO, but for fast fallers it won't quite
    hit them out.
    Using DI to get out of this one is easy, so as long as you're quick you can
    get off Luigi's flaming punch.  It will cause 36% damage max, and can either
    kill your opponent or set them up for a good aerial attack.
    Another interesting thing to do is do the dash A while holding an item.  You
    will do the attack while standing still!  After the attack is over you can 
    throw the item at the opponent.  It's interesting, and good to rack up damage.
            Ledge Attack~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage (Under 100%): 8%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage (Over 100%): 10%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: Medium~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    The ledge attack is a useful move for when you grab the ledge from recovering.
    Simply hit A while hanging from the ledge, and Luigi will kick out both his 
    feet which will knock back an edgeguarding opponent a little bit, allowing you
    to get up.
    When you have 0-99% damage this attack will come out quick, which makes it
    harder for someone to smash you.  At damages over 100% though, it will take a
    while for you to come up, but you will be invincible for a little bit.  Once
    you're on the stage, however your opponent can hit you.
    All in all, this move just lets you get a bit of breathing room.  Once you 
    knock back your opponent, follow it up with a quick smash or tilt if you can.
            Ledge Roll~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    When your hanging on a ledge, you also have to choice to roll back onto the
    stage.  It will be a fairly long roll, and is good to get past edgeguarding
    opponents.  At 0-99% it will be a very quick roll, but at over 100% damage it
    take a while for you to roll, but it will still be the same distance.  When
    your over 100% I would suggest a ledge attack, because the opponent can
    Wavedash backwards and then smash you when your invincibility wears off.
            Ledge Jump~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    If you press X or Y while hanging on the ledge (you can do it with up on the
    joystick also) then you will perform a ledge jump.  This doesn't have many
    uses however.
    If you're edgehogging, and you see your opponent will get back onto the stage,
    jump and do a bair.  Since this will knock them back, you can roll back onto
    the ledge and charge up a smash for when they get back.  You can also use it
    to air catch items that spawn near the ledge.  That's pretty much it, it's not
    a very useful move.
            Ledge Hop~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage: 12%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: High~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    This is a very useful ledge move, and should replace the standard ledge attack
    when possible.  To do one, simply tap down while hanging from a ledge, and
    quickly short hop and hit forward A.  It will be a fair from the ledge!
    Uses for this is to knock your opponent far away, and possibly KO them, all
    while hanging from the ledge.  Sometimes, you can just Wavedash onto the ledge,
    just to do this move.  It's basically a fair from the ledge, so it's uses are
    pretty much the same.  After doing one, you can stay on the ledge to do another
    if your opponent doesn't know how to guard it.
    So, this is your attacking move from the ledge.  Use it after recovery to
    quickly knock away opponent's and get a lot of breathing room.  A great move;
    in fact, it's the best ledge attack you could do, so go crazy with it.
    === {07F.} The Taunt ===
            D-Pad Up: Dirt Kick~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Damage Dealt: 1%~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            Priority: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Ah, Luigi's taunt, a move you'll want to do after you KO an opponent.  What's
    more, it deals damage to your opponent, allowing you to get the Poser Power
    bonus (only Luigi can do this).  Luigi will kick his foot into the ground,
    picking up some dirt along the way.  It's short, and won't leave you open when
     your opponent comes back off the revival platform.
    You can kill an opponent with this, but only while they are hanging from the
    ledge.  Even at 999% damage, this taunt won't kill anyway if they're standing
    next to you.  Even on the ledge it will take upwards of 500% damage to KO the
    opponent, only if they're expecting it.
    When you hit someone hanging from the ledge with the taunt, they will fly
    straight down.  They can recover, but most of the time they will be too busy
    wondering what just happened.  Anyways, trying to kill with this move is not
    recommended, only if you want to fool around and make your friends angry,
    because you know, you killed them with your taunt. >_>
                                        [08.] Notes for the Players
    Here are just some notes on what techniques you should be focusing on and what
    types of moves you'll want to do.  As you get better, your friends will too;
    thus, they learn ways to block your combos (most noticeable in Up B combos).
    Anyway, these notes should help you improve your play, as well as tell you what
    you want to be focusing on in a match.
    === {08A.} Beginners ===
    First off, you know you're a beginner when you, well, just begun playing Super
    Smash Bros. and cannot do many advanced techniques.  That's what practice is
    for. >_>
    Well, for all you beginners just starting to play as Luigi, you are going to
    want to start practicing Wavedashing, along with Short Hops.  You don't have
    to over worry yourself about these yet, as in all the combos listed above you
    can simply dash to finish it off.  Practice these though; just you don't have
    to perfect them yet.
    Also, you should be focusing more towards teching and rolling, as they are good
    forever.  Teching, as always will be a must, as is rolling for now (to execute
    quick smashes).  Spot Dodging you should also become accustomed too, as well
    as juggling from the ground and the air.  Also, start to edgehog, (a short hop
    to hang onto the ledge will work for now) and focus a lot on aerial finishers.
    You should practice those things for now; they will help you later as you get
    Also, you can focus on whatever moves you want know, especially the Up B
    combos.  Chances are your opponents won't know that you can easily block them
    with a shield, and that most of those combos (involving Up B), can be easily
    moved out of.  The tilt combos also will work well on groups for now, as long
    as they don't see it coming.
    Right now your going to want to focus on developing a play style with Luigi,
    whether you like to stay on the ground or in the air, he is great at both of
    them.  Also, throws are good to incorporate into your play.  I would say focus
    on his aerial game, because he is best there, but it's whatever you like.
    That's it for the beginner's notes, you that's what you should/should not have
    to worry about right now.  Practice the Wavedashing and short hops in your
    spare time, for when you get better they're a must for Luigi.
    === {07B.} Intermediates ===
    You know you're an intermediate player when you can do the advanced tactics
    consistently and in battle, and know a lot of strategies and can use them
    Well, once your opponents begin blocking your tilt combos, you are going to
    want to use them less often, and if possible, not at all.  The tilt combos
    (even the Up B ones) were more pointed towards beginners, as they can be easily
    blocked and moved out of.  The only Up B combo you should use is the Down B
    into Up B, as it should still work; especially on fast fallers.  Basically,
    omit the tilts from your play, the occasional ones might help, but don't rely
    on them.
    What do want to focus on are more Wavedashing combos and short hops.  These
    become very important to Luigi's style of play, and it's impossible to get
    better without them.  All of the smash combos are great, and you know want to
    focus more on aerial juggling.  Wavedash around a lot, as you shouldn't need
    to dash anymore.  Short Hop aerials also become more important so you aren't
    left open in the air.  The roll should still be used in close combat, and the
    Spot Dodge a lot more often.  Also, focus on edgehogging a lot; it will help
    you win matches.
    Basically, you want to expand on your beginning style of play, except using a
    lot more advanced techniques and a lot less tilts.  Throws also become good
    combo starter and the shield grab should be used often.  It still doesn't
    matter, however, if you want to play from the ground or from the air, just if
    you want to stick to the ground use a lot more throws and short hops for
    aerial game.
    That's it, once you feel you are good enough enter some local tournaments.
    After you can place well in those consistently, they you want to try to get
    into some more well known tourneys, and also you want to play better people.
    The only way you can get better now is by placing well at tournaments, so go
    enter some!
    === {07C.} Tournament Players ===
    Once you started going to tournaments (not the ones at the game store) you will
    notice what things work and what things don't.  In order to place well, you
    will have to be able to effectively use mind games as well as other advanced
    Tilts: Don't use them at all.  Most tournaments have items off so you won't
    have to worry about them.  If they do have the items on, then you can catch
    the ones thrown at you if you can do it well enough.  Otherwise a good forward
    tilt will cancel it out.
    Fast falling is vital because you don't want to be left open in the air if you
    use a normal jump.  In this case, fast fall right when you're done with that
    attack so you won't get hit on the way down (hopefully) and so you can string
    aerial attacks better.
    CC'ing will help you stay alive longer, just don't do it against a Peach,
    Pikachu or Pichu (because their down smashes are very powerful against you
    while your crouching).  Since Luigi is a floaty character, CC'ing will help
    you stay alive longer against all types of attacks.
    Wavedashing still serves as your main way to get around and l-cancels should
    be used when you do a very low aerial attack.  Keep in mind a Wavedash and a
    throw works great to set up combos.
    One final thing you will need is mind games.  You can't learn how to do these
    by reading something; they are acquired with a lot of play.  Basically mind
    games are changing up attack patterns, or doing something your opponent
    wouldn't expect; such as attacking in the same way twice or dashing forward
    and then Wavedash backward.  You want to psyche your opponent out and make
    yourself impossible to read.  Be unpredictable, do something your opponent
    would never expect.  As you get better, mind games become very important
    especially against counter characters or better players.
    Well, at tournaments you will learn a lot.  Keep those things in mind and
    remember to have fun.  Winning the pot isn't all there is to it.  You will
    make new friends and you can even adapt someone else's play style.  You will
    also want to "ditto" someone with your Luigi to see what they do and learn
    from it.  Dittoing means having a match against someone where you both are the
    same character.
                                 [09.] VS Mode Character Strategies
    === {09A.} Doctor Mario ===
    First off, Doc's super sheet move completely ruins your recovery, so whenever
    you get hit off you better sweet spot the ledge, otherwise your rocket will
    get sent in the other direction; and you will die.
    The sex kick will stop most of Doc's aerials, but you also need to watch out
    for Doc's sex kick. His is unique, because instead of losing power the longer
    it's out; it will gain power which can stop all of your aerials.  Also his
    shffl'ed (short hopped fast falled l-canceled) bair is pretty good.  Another
    thing to watch out for is his short hopped pill, which will leave you open for
    attack because it stuns you.  Also, all of Doc's throws are excellent, but you
    be more worried about his down throw to up smash and his backwards throw more
    than anything.  You need to tech roll out of his down throw to avoid the down
    smash, and the backwards throw will only be used to kill you, or set up for
    some early edgeguarding.
    To attack Doc you're going to want to send him off the side.  His recovery is
    horrible, so take advantage of that.  Backward throws and forward smashes all
    work fine.  Doc is a bit heavy, so killing him off the top is pretty hard.
    He is also slow, so you can easily dance around him with Wavedashing.
    C-stick the forward smash out of the Wavedash because if you don't it will
    stop your movement.  The fair is also a good move to use on him, along with
    your bair.
    === {09B.} Mario ===
    Although Mario and Doctor Mario are clones, they both play differently.  You
    have to watch out for two things while recovering here, one being Mario's
    cape and two being his fairs' spike.  If you get hit with the fair while
    recovering, immediately jump to meteor cancel it (that is, if you have a
    jump).  If not, then your pretty much dead.
    Mario's sex kick loses power while it's out, so it's not much of a problem if
    it has been sticking out for a while.  Watch out for the shffl'ed bairs and
    fairs as they can be devastating if you get caught in a string of them.
    (When you get hit, tech roll out of it so they can't string them on you).
    There might also be an occasional fireball thrown in the mix to stun you, but
    it's not a big thing to worry about.  Also Mario's backwards throw is pretty
    powerful, but not something you need to constantly worry about; it will
    probably be his secondary KO move.
    Mario is lighter than Doc and has a better recovery, so sending him off the
    top is a good choice here.  You can also send him off the side, but that
    makes him hard to edgeguard (his cape helps his recovery, so your attack will
    miss if your hit with it).  So don't use aerials to edgeguard, you should
    instead charge up a smash.  Your fair, bair and dair also work great here
    along with Wavedashing and using smashes.  Any smashes work fine, along fairs
    to combo him off the edge (short hop a fair, then midair jump and use another
    fast fall and then repeat).
    === {09C.} Luigi ===
    If you read this guide (well the moves list/strategies and notes sections)
    then you will know Luigi's weaknesses.  Exploit them while your facing someone
    in a ditto.
    === {09D.} Bowser ===
    Now, when you see Bowser you might think of a big, slow, powerful lump.  On
    the contrary, Bowser can move quickly through the air with shffl's and on the
    ground with his 'Fortress.
    You must also know that Bowser's 'Fortress has insane priority and will cut
    up every one of your moves.  It has little lag and moves quickly so your best
    bet is to jump over it (use your floatiness) while he's doing it on the
    ground and quickly use an aerial to strike.  While he's recovering, smashes
    are the best way to go.  Watch out for the shffl'ed fairs as they have insane
    priority.  Don't let the other player use mind games on you to get the
    forward smash in, as it will pretty much kill you.  Remember that lag on that
    move, and take advantage of it after it's done.  That will also be his main
    edgeguarding tactic, so watch out.  Also remember the up smash can hit you
    from the sides.  Another one of his KO moves will the 'Klaw to back throw.  The
    'Klaw can grab you in the air, so if your trying to evade him don't go jumping
    around all over the place, instead roll or wavedash away.
    Since Bowser is so big, short hops aren't that great to use against him,
    because he will easily counter with his forward tilt.  Instead, use full
    jumps and a bair to gain the upper hand.  From there you can use more bairs
    to knock Bowser off the edge.  If you can get a quick smash in, go for it;
    just make sure the other player doesn't have a smash waiting.  Any one of
    Bowser's smashes, will eat you up and spit you out.
    Be careful while facing a Bowser, especially if it's a good one.  Don't rush
    in and attack because it will get you punished.  Fight precisely and watch
    out for the 'Fortresses.
    === {09E.} Peach ===
    When recovering, you must remember that turnip spamming is a Peach's best
    friend.  In fact, expect a whole bunch of turnips throughout the match.  If
    it's a no items match she could also pull a Beam Sword, Mr. Saturn and a
    Bob-bomb.  Also watch out for the "Grandpa" or Death Turnip which will pretty
    much kill you and does 38% damage.  Besides that, if you get hit with a
    turnip while recovering, you will be sent down and back; basically your dead.
    Against a Peach, never crouch cancel.  Her down smash is devestating enough,
    but can do up to 88% damage on you when you crouch cancel.  Right off the
    bat, the Peach player has a big advantage over you.  Her down smash also eats
    through most attacks; it has insane priority and incredible knockback.  Also,
    the up smash can hit you from the sides, so wait for the attack to finish to
    begin attacking.  Float canceled fairs and nairs you need to watch out for
    also.  Use your own sex kicks to stop them.  The Peach player will also
    Turnip spam, so be prepared to dodge/catch them the whole match.  Also, her
    forward throw is surprisingly powerful at high percents, and will send you down
    and at an angle.  This will be the only throw that will be used by her, so
    don't let yourself get grabbed at high damages, otherwise your dead.
    Aerials are pretty much the way to go against Peach.  The down smash will eat
    through any one of your smashes/tilts so they aren't an option.  You also
    want to keep from crouch canceling at all costs, so sticking to the air will
    help you avoid that.  Sex kicks, fair and dairs will help you drive Peach off
    the edge.  She has an awesome recovery, so try to take advantage of it while
    she is floating back to the stage.  Use dairs or fairs to disrupt her
    recovery, as long as she is not too high up.
    === {09F.} Yoshi ===
    Yoshi has a unique second jump, he's near invulnerable while using it.  This
    makes him hard to edgeguard against, so you will have to charge up smashes
    from the edge.  Besides that, while recovering you need to watch out for the
    fairs' spike, eggs, and the down tilt/smash.  The fair can be meteor canceled
    so it's not that big a problem if you have another jump.  The eggs will stunt
    your recovery, but you really have to watch out for the down tilt.  It will
    send you down and at an angle, which means your dead.
    From afar the Yoshi player will probably throw eggs at you.  Up close you
    should watch out for the down tilt, especially when your near the ledge
    because it will pseudo spike you (send's you at a big angle and far).  Double
    Jump Canceled down aerials will also be used often.  A double jump cancel is
    using an aerial to stop your second jumps momentum, (Luigi can't do it).  The
    down aerial can easily put over 40% damage on you so only use short hops.
    Yoshi's bair can also set up for juggles so try to disrupt them with a sex
    kick or down B.
    To attack you can use down/up smashes, or some short hopped fairs/dairs.
    Crouch cancel often because the down tilt is dangerous, especially since it's
    a pseudo spike.  You can also add in a fireball in the mix to stun him.
    Follow that up with a wavedash grab/smash while they're stunned (it's short,
    take advantage of it).  Yoshi is pretty heavy, so kills off the side are the
    best option.  He does has an awesome second jump, but if you smack him off
    the side after he double jumped, he's not coming back because he has no third
    jump.  Take advantage of that when possible.  Remember, don't jump out to
    attack him (while he's recovering) because he's invulnerable during it.
    Instead, charge up a forward smash.
    === {09G.} Donkey Kong ===
    DK has three spikes, all of which you need to watch out for.  Since you
    recovery slowly, it makes you an easy target to hit.  Also, none of his
    spikes are meteor cancelable; so watch out for them.
    Your opponent will probably use a bunch of shffl'ed aerials, mostly the bair
    and dair.  A combo they might use is to hit you with a dair, and since you
    get sent up, hit you with another one to spike you down.  You have to tech
    roll here, otherwise he can repeat it again and again.  The occasional smash
    attack will be thrown in, and spikes will definitely be used; that is if he
    isn't charging his Giant Punch.  That move is deadly fully charged, and when
    you're hit off stage he will charge one up.  At that point you have to fight
    very carefully until he releases it, hopefully you can dodge it.
    Throws aren't very effective against DK because he is so heavy.  Smashes are
    a good choice but your going to want to stick to the air.  Short hopped dairs
    are good, especially while DK is recovering.  His Spinning Kong has good
    priority, but you can hit him if you get him from the top.  Fairs also work
    well.  Pretty much any aerial will work, and mix it up by wavedashing a lot.
    DK may not look it, but he can be pretty fast when used right.  You can use
    an up throw to set up for a dair if you want, but it's hard to get close
    enough to grab.
    === {09H.} Captain Falcon ===
    Falcon's main edgeguarding tactic is the knee, or the Falcon Punch.  The knee
    is deadly when sweet spotted and will probably kill you if he connects with
    it.   Also, note that if he misses the knee, he will probably grab the ledge
    (he needs to jump back on the stage), so recover quickly after that.  The
    Falcon Punch is also very powerful, but if he misses you can attack him while
    he's lagging.  His down aerial also spikes, but you can easily meteor cancel
    it, making it less a threat.
    Falcon will attack mostly with shffl'ed aerials and the occasional down
    smash.  His other smash attacks are powerful, but have a lot of wind down
    lag, so you can shield it and grab him or go for the quick smash.  Falcon is
    also very quick, so if your facing someone good they can probably make a
    protective wall of shffl's.  Another thing, fear the knee (his forward a).
    If you mess up just once, you'll probably get a shffl'ed knee right in the
    face.  He has some set ups for it though, Raptor Boost (forward B) to knee
    or a throw to a knee.  Watch out for those.
    To match Falcon's speed you're gonna have to wavedash as your main movement.
    Smash after the wavedashes, and try to stay grounded so you don't get hit
    with a knee.  Your a harder target to hit while on the ground, so keep it
    that way.  You can also throw in some random aerials to mix it up, that way
    you don't get too predictable.  Go with the sex kick or fair there, pretty
    much Luigi's best aerials.  Throws off the side also work great here, since
    Falcon is a fast faller.  For this fight, I'd say be 25% aerial, and 75%
    ground, so you can avoid Falcon's most dangerous move.
    === {09I.} Ganondorf ===
    Ganondorf has pretty much the same play style as Falcon, a whole bunch of
    shffl's and the occasional down smash.  Ganon moves much slower than Falcon,
    but he can move very quickly with sffl's.  Anyways, his down b spikes, from
    any part of his body.  So if you get hit with this, your dead; there's not
    anything you can do about it.  His down a spike is meteor cancelable, however
    the Ganon player would probably go for the down B spike.  He might also use
    the Warlock Punch to edge guard, which will kill you at very low percents, so
    watch out.
    Like Falcon, Ganon will probably use a lot of shffl's to make up for his slow
    movement.  You don't have to worry about a knee, but all his other shffl's
    are very powerful.  Like with DK, he can ensnare you in a bunch of dairs, but
    you can cancel them with a jump.  He also has a dangerous combo at the edge,
    a down throw spike combo.  You can meteor cancel this, but the timing has to
    be exact.  His down smash is also exceptionally powerful when he hits you
    with the back swing.  In fact, most of the knockback of that move comes from
    there.  His other smashes are very slow and laggy, so they can easily be
    You can fight Ganon from the air or ground, just mix it up so you don't get
    predictable.  With Wavedashing you can easily out match his speed, so use it
    to your advantage.  Throws also work great here, and you can start juggles
    with a down throw/sex kick combo.  Follow that up with a fair and drive him
    off the ledge.  Ganon's down aerial will out prioritize all of your moves, so
    don't try to juggle him with up smashes.  Juggles should be aerial only here,
    and use the sex kick often.  A forward throw can also set up for a short
    hopped fair, or you can Wavedash and then do a forward smash.
    === {09J.} Falco ===
    While recovering, watch out for Falco's spike.  It is the best spike in the
    entire game, and will send you down at any point in the attack.  If you're
    simply touched by it over a pit, your dead.  Another edgeguarding tactic will
    be the blaster to cut throw your missile and stop it.  This is devestating on
    your recovery, because it's already not that good.
    Falco, much like Doc, has a very good approaching tactic, probably one of the
    best in the game.  It's the infamous short hop blaster, SHB for short.  It
    stuns you for a little bit, allowing Falco to use one and then attack because
    it has almost no lag.  He can use many of these to advance on you, or even to
    back away.  If you get hit with one at close range, a smash is going to follow.
    If you can spot dodge well enough you can avoid these, but many of them will
    come in succession.
    Other Falco tactics include Wavedashing to forward smash (his most powerful
    one).  Also, the up smash to uair is very dangerous because you are so
    floaty.  It can kill at low percents, that is, if both of the hits of the
    uair hits.  If not, then your safe.  He will use his shine (reflector shield)
    to send you up and then spike you down, which is dangerous near the ledge.
    The reflector can reflect items back at you, much like Doc's cape.  Note that
    you can Wavedash out of a shine (Waveshining) so he will use this to string
    together combos more effectively.
    To attack you want to use backward throws and aerials.  Falco is the fastest
    faller in the game, and also has a horrible recovery  which works good for
    you.  Also, the sex kick will neutralize all of Falco's aerials except his
    spike, so you can basically stunt his aerial game that way.  Aerials are the
    best way to go against this space animal, along with some down smashes.  A
    sex kick to fair is a great combo at any but very high percents.  You can
    also use a couple of down smashes in a row to quickly rack up damage (he
    falls fast, so he gets caught in it).  End that little combo with an up smash
    and follow that up with an aerial of your choice.  Use your bair to stop
    Falco's up B move while he is recovering, then fast fall and use a sex kick.
    === {09K.] Fox ===
    Fox's shine spike completely ruins your recovery, and if you're facing a Fox
    who can shine spike well, you're never getting back.  His reflector shield
    will send you at a 45 degree angle downwards, which ruins your recovery.  If
    you get hit with the shine, your pretty much dead so try to change up your
    recovery to avoid it.
    Unlike Falco, Fox's most powerful smash is his up smash, and it can kill you
    at around 70% damage.  This move is very powerful, and Fox can easily combo
    it out of a dash attack.  Once you're in the air he will probably use the
    uair, which like Falco's, is very powerful if it connects with both hits.
    His down throw should always be tech rolled out of, because it you don't he
    can follow it up with a down tilt/smash or a shine.  He can also use his dair
    into a shine, so try to shield grab him out of it.  The Fox player will also
    probably spam his blaster, making you rush him.  If you're forced to, jump
    over his blaster shots and use a sex kick.  He can also short hop the
    blasters for chip damage.  Expect a bunch of shffl'ed aerials, and the up
    smash/air as finishers (and also the shine spike).
    Use sex kicks, and often.  They rip through every one of Fox's aerials, as
    long as you get it out before his.  This will stunt his aerial game, so use
    it to break up juggles.  The down B can also be used, and you can follow it
    up with an up B if your quick.  Down smashes work great at low percents, as
    you can easily get four off before he goes too high.  When that happens,
    use an up smash or fair.  Throws also work great and the down throw can be
    combo'ed into a down smash at low percents.  Otherwise, use shield grabs and
    go for the back throw.  While he's recovering, use his bair to stop his Fire
    Fox, you can then fast fall and use a sex kick, which sets up for a fair.
    Wavedashing and down/up smashing are good choices, and the up smash can out-
    prioritize Fox's dair.  Other than those things, use short hopped aerials,
    mainly fairs and sex kicks.
    === {09L.} Ness ===
    Ness has some different ways to edgeguard you, his spike, PK Thunder and PK
    Fire to forward smash combo.  His spike is very powerful, but can be meteor
    canceled, good for you.  His PK Thunder can stop your missile, but leaves
    Ness very open.  If he misses, make sure to punish him while he's vulnerable.
    He can also use his PK Fire to stop you near the edge.  That will be followed
    up with a forward smash, so watch out for it.
    Like Yoshi, Ness can also double jump cancel aerials.  He do this to his
    fairs to advanced on you.  His fair has insane priority, so the only thing
    you can do is try to shield it and grab him.  His bair is also very powerful
    when sweet spotted, so watch out for it.  He will shffl this, and it also has
    incredible priority, so go for the shield grab.  His forward smash is very
    powerful, but has a lot of lag afterwards.  If he misses it, punish him.  He
    will probably never use his other smashes, because they flat out suck.  Ness
    also has insane combo ability, with an up throw to up tilt to DJC'ed (double
    jump canceled) uairs.  Don't get caught up in this juggle, use either a sex
    kick or down B once he starts the uairs.
    You can fight Ness from the ground or air, whichever you want.  He has some
    good aerials, so sticking to the ground isn't a bad idea.  His vertical
    recovery is horrid, so try to smash him off the side.  Then, when he gets
    close to the stage, jump into his PK Thunder.  This will pretty much kill him
    and is good to use as long as you get back.  If you don't opt to do this then
    watch out for the missile coming at you.  Aerials don't really work here, but
    the fair is good to knock him off the edge.  Backwards throws also aren't a
    bad idea.
    === {09M.} Ice Climbers ===
    The Ice Climbers are all about de-synching (making it so they don't do the
    same attacks, movements, etc.) and when you're recovering it's no exception.
    Their main tactic's will be their spike, and their Blizzard spike combo.  The
    fair spike's, but can be meteor canceled.  They will also de-synch and have
    Nana use Blizzard while Popo spikes you.  This can be hard to avoid, so try
    not to catch the ledge if you see it coming.
    The Ice Climber's have an incredible grab game and can even "infinite" you
    while you're in their grasp. This involves Nana doing repeated down tilts
    and you can only escape at around 50 and 100%.  They also have grab smashes
    and an up throw spike combo.  Their aerial game isn't so bad either, so
    expect a lot of shffl'ed fairs and nairs.  The Climbers Wavedash is pretty
    long, and since they have powerful smashes Wavedashing to smashes will be
    seen a lot.  Expect a lot of de-synching from them, as Popo and Nana will
    often be doing different attacks to chain combos together.
    Definitely watch out for their grabs as they are really good.  Short hopped
    aerials work well as long as you get the hit in.  Sex kick's will neutralize
    all of their aerials and use fairs to drive them off the ledge.  Another
    thing, try to seperate the Climbers.  If you can kill Nana, then Popo is an
    easy target.  His recovery by himself flat out sucks so take advantage of it.
    Use any strong attacks to seperate them, and then go wild on that one
    Climber.  Once she's dead, you can pretty much revert back to a normal
    playing style.  Don't get too aggressive or you liable to make bad mistakes.
    Other than that, use quick smashes and then Wavedash backwards so you don't
    get grabbed.
    === {09N.} Kirby ===
    Kirby may not be one of the best characters any more, but he sure has a lot
    of spikes!  He Final Cutter, dair, and forward/backward throw all spike
    (except the throw's kill Kirby also).  His Final Cutter will only spike on
    the way down so watch out for it, and the dair can bounce you off the edge
    and spike you (it can't be canceled).  His throws can easily be DI'ed out of,
    which will send Kirby plummeting to his death.
    Kirby is very weak but has an amazing crouch cancel.  Anyways, expect a lot
    of CCC'ing from him, mostly with down tilts and smashes.  His other smashes
    aren't that great.  Aside from crouch canceling everything he will use an
    array of shff's, pretty much any ones.
    Kirby is really light and weak so you can use whatever you want here.
    Smahes or aerials it doesn't really matter.  Aerials are a bit better though
    because of Kirby CC'ing everything.  Just do the normal things, Wavedash to
    smashes and short hop aerials.  When Kirby is recovering, jump and use a dair
    to finish him off.
    === {09O.} Samus ===
    While recovering, you need to watch out for two things.  One being Samus'
    dair, and the other being her up tilt.  The dair will spike but can be meteor
    canceled, but the up tilt can't be.  The Samus player will probably go for
    the latter.
    While fighting Samus, you have to worry about two things.  Her missiles and
    her actual attacks.  They will missile cancel often (using a missile before
    touching the ground), so be ready to dodge a lot of missiles (the spot dodge
    will work).  The other being Samus' actual attacks.  Her down smash is godly,
    and her sex kick rivals yours.  Her other aerials are really good also,
    excluding the fair.  Expect a lot of shffl's, and they will pretty much
    always follow a missile.  She won't use throws or roll at all, and if she
    DOES throw it will be a down throw followed by a tilt.  Her throw is very
    laggy though, so take advantage if she misses.
    Since you will constantly be dodging missiles, an aerial approach is good.
    This way, you can short hop over the missile and attack.  Expect the Samus'
    to use a sex kick often, as it has as much power as yours.  Thus, you should
    be using a lot of sex kicks.  A random fair or dair will also work.  Samus'
    down smash is godly so only use smashes if you know she doens't have one
    coming.  Like you, Samus is very floaty so KO's off the top are the best
    (she also has near infinite horizontal recovery).  Don't try to attack while
    she's coming back as the bombs will only hurt you.  Instead, charge a smash
    to hit her after she climbs back on the ledge.
    === {09P.} Zelda ===
    Zelda's bairs and fairs while sweet spotted are very powerful.  Thus, while
    you're recovering she will try to hit you with them.  Mostly it will be ledge
    hop backwards and then a bair.  She can jump really far out because her up B
    reaches so far, so be on constant guard while recovering.
    Zelda is mostly a mix of shffl'ed aerials (save the uairs) and down smashes
    and tilts.  Her down smash comes out very quickly so be on constant guard for
    it, but it doesn't have that much priority.  Her down tilt will be used often
    to set up for combos, so expect a lot of down tilt to fair/bair combos.
    Other than that it will be a lot of fair and bair spammage, so make sure you
    don't get hit with the sweet spot.
    KO's off the top are the best choice because she has a great recovery.  That
    makes up/down smashes your prime choice of attack.  Up throws can set up for
    the uair, which you can juggle her with.  Aerials aren't that good a choice
    because of Zelda's insane aerials.  Stick to the ground with Wavedashes and
    smashes, and only use the uair when you know you can get the juggle off.
    While she's recovering charge up a smash because she's invulnerable during
    Farore's Wind.
    === {09Q.} Sheik ===
    Sheik will use aerial needles or just plain needles to stop your recovery.
    They are very tiny and rip through your missile, stopping it completely.
    Your only hope really now is that you have another jump or are close to the
    edge so you can use your Up B to get back.  If Sheik doesn't go for the
    needles, her fair sends you at a downward angle pretty much killing you if
    you have moderate to high damage.
    Sheik has incredible aerials and you bet she will be using them for the
    duration of the match.  Her fair is devestating near the edge and she can
    juggle you with the uair.  She also has a sex kick with fairly high priority.
    Her bair isn't half bad also.  Other than that she has amazing tilts and can
    combo you to high percents with them.  Her forward tilt can ensnare you and
    then an up tilt will follow to send you up.  A fair will then be used.  Not
    only that, but her down throw can set up for he down smash which is awesome.
    An aerial will come after the down smash, so watch out for it.
    Use Wavedashing to your advantage but note that Sheik can get around fairly
    quick.  Your smashes are good, but only if she isn't using one herself (it
    has more priority than anything you've got).  Your aerials are the best
    choice, with the bair being the one most used.  It works especially well
    against a Sheik so use them to create your own protective wall.  Your sex
    kick will work to stop her's but only if you get them out right before her's.
    Your fair will only work when she isn't using an aerial, so keep that in
    mind.  Throws will work good, but it's hard to get inside grab range.  So
    basically try to stick aerial here.  While edge guarding, charge a smash
    because like Zelda, she's invulnerable during her vanish.
    === {09R.} Link ===
    When you're coming back, Link will have a spike waiting for you, one that
    can't be meteor canceled.  It's his down tilt, and if you get hit with it
    you'll die.  To avoid this, air dodge back onto the ledge and quickly roll or
    attack back on.  Don't do a ledge hop attack, it will only get you spiked.
    Link's boomarang is an incredible set up move, so he'll being using it often.
    What makes it worse though, is that it comes back so you'll need to dodge it
    twice.  Mainly he'll use the boomarang to stun you, and then attack while you
    can't move.  His bombs may also be used as set ups, but not nearly as often
    as the boomarang.  His up tilt will set you up for an uair juggle, so use a
    sex kick/down B to stop it.  His other main attacks will be shffl'ed fairs,
    bairs and sex kicks.  The second hit of his fair has most of the knock back
    and the same goes with the bair.  The sex kick is basically used to stop
    attacks or set up for a juggle.  You may also want to watch out for Link's Up
    B.  Its got great range, fairly good priority, and can be used as pseudo
    spike when you are not in position for him to use a down tilt.  You won't see
    throws at all, and if he does attempt a grab on you, make sure to punish him
    with a charged smash attack.
    Link is really slow, so dancing around him with Wavedashes should be no
    problem.  Since you won't see many ground attacks from Link, smashes are your
    friend.  His recovery isn't really that good either and he's pretty heavy, so
    KO's off the side are the best option.  Backward throws work well to set up
    for some early edge guarding.  Aerials are also a good choice but you need to
    watch out for the range on his fair.  Your sex kick will neutralize his other
    aerials however.  The down throw can also set up for some early juggling, but
    Link can disrupt it with a dropped bomb if he's allowed.  When Link comes
    back, he'll most likely grab the side with his hookshot, so charge a smash
    for when he gets back up.
    === {09S.} Young Link ===
    You have two spikes to worry about here.  One is his down tilt spike and the
    other is his fire spike (his dair).  To avoid the down tilt spike, air dodge
    back onto the stage when you get close.  As with Link, don't ledge hop
    because you will get spiked.  The fire spike requires precise timing to pull
    off and you won't see much.
    Young Link's boomarang is also a great set up move.  Be prepared to dodge
    these the entire match, and also the attack after one is thrown.  Note that
    you will need to dodge the boomarang twice.  He won't only use the 'rang as
    a set up though, sometimes he might pull a bomb and throw it at you.  Other
    than those set ups, Young Link is all about shffl's and up tilts.  The up
    tilt will be used as a set up mainly, so he can juggle you with uairs. In his
    fair/bair the second hit has the knockback, so try not to get hit with it.  His
    sex kick is fairly standard, nothing that you can't cancel out.  Throws you
    won't see at all, but punish him if he misses one.  He may also use his up B
    move has it will send you upwards (sets up for juggles) and has about average
    range and good priority.
    Young Link is basically a shorter, quicker version of Link.  He has a lot
    less power however, so he won't be knocking you out until high percents.
    You can still dance around him with Wavedashes and smashes are still good.
    Aerials work well also, just watch out for the range (although not that big)
    on his fair.  Sex kicks will out prioritize anything Young Link has, so you
    can use them often,  along with fairs when needed.  He's fairly light and has
    a subpar recovery, so you can KO him where ever you want to.  Throws work
    well to get him off the sides, and up smashes to send him off the top.  Like
    Link, he'll use his hookshot to get back, so have a smash ready for when he
    === {09T.} Pichu ===
    Pichu doesn't have a spike, so while your recovering he'll probably use a smash
    attack an aerial.  His forward smash has good range, so get onto the ledge and
    roll/attack onto it quickly.  His aerials don't have much range so it's not to
    big a deal to worry about.
    Pichu has a good assortment of aerials and tilts to keep you off guard.  He
    will shffl all of his aerials except for the fair and dair.  They all have
    very little range and power however.  On the ground the forward tilt will be
    their main choice.  It has insane priority and pretty good range, so it will
    be used as his main ground countering move.  The up tilt can start juggles
    and possibly set you up for a pseudo spike.  His sex kick is fairly standard,
    but has little range.  The up smash/tilt to Thunder is a KO move at higher
    percents.  An up throw can also set you up for this, so be prepared to DI out
    of the way.  Not only that, he may throw in a forward smash, which you cannot
    spot dodge.  Instead, shield it or Wavedash out of the way.
    Pichu is very light and easily outranged (except on his forward tilt).  Your
    sex kick will neutralize many of his aerials and set up for a fair at low
    percents.  A back throw to repetitive bairs works well at low percents.
    Wavedashing to smashes works great also, and your forward smash will work
    well here.  The up/down smash are still great as KO moves.  The uair can
    juggle Pichu nearly to death if you can do it well enough, and then finish
    him off with a dair.  While he's recovering, charge a smash because you can
    get hurt doing his quick attack.
    === {09U.} Pikachu ===
    While recovering, you need to watch out for Pikachu's pseudo spike.  If his
    uair hits with the tip, then you're gonna be sent down and at a steep angle.
    To avoid this, try coming in low and catch the edge.  If needed, use an up B,
    but make sure you don't over shoot the edge.
    Pikachu has the most powerful up smash in the game, so you can expect that
    will be his main killing move.  Not only that, at low to mid percents he has
    the up smash to Thunder combo, which is very powerful.  He can also do this
    with any upward moving attack (up tilt, up throw and down smash) so watch
    out.  His forward smash has an insane range and is also very powerful with a
    lot of priority and a disjointed hitbox.  His down smash also has a ton of
    priority and power.  His aerials are also pretty good, and he will use all of
    them except the dair.  They are  powerful, but don't have that much priority.
    He also will use a neutral b to set up for aerials/smashes so watch out for
    Since Pikachu is great on the ground, I'd suggest staying aerial.  Your sex
    kick can neutralize all of Pika's aerials except the uair, which will only be
    used as an edgeguarder.  Pikachu a great recovery, but still go for KO's off
    the side.  You don't want to be inside his smash range, otherwise you will
    die at low percents.  Fairs and bairs do the job to knock him off the side,
    and edgeguard with a dair.  Throws also serve it's purpose as combo starters
    or killers.  The down throw sets up for a smash and the up throw for an
    aerial.  Don't focus on juggles, rather short combos to go for the quick
    === {09V.} Jigglypuff ===
    Jigglypuff has one great edgeguarding game.  She will jump out and use
    repeated bairs on you until you're so far out you can't get back.  She will
    then get back using upward pounds (tilting her forward b move upward).  This
    is devestating on your recovery, so try to avoid her the best you can.
    Jiggs has an insane aerial game, so you bet she will take advantage of it.
    Her main tatic is called the Wall of Pain.  It involves her doing repeated
    bairs to hit you, and then using her mobility to move out of your hitting
    range.  Not only that, she can combo her dair into rest, which usually means
    your death.  If she misses however, your free to charge a smash attack or hit
    her with an up B (she falls asleep after it).  Her uair can juggle you until
    high percents also.  Her ground game is almost non existent but both her
    forward and up throws are powerful.  Her forward smash is also a good
    finisher if she doesn't use any of her other options.
    For this fight you're defiantly going to want to stay on the ground.  Jiggs
    aerial mobility and power is something you can't overtake.  So that means
    you're gonna have to use Wavedashes and smashes often.  Jiggly is really
    light and floaty, so KO's off the top are the best (she also has near
    infinite recovery using upward pounds).  The means down/up smashes are your
    friend.  An up throw will work well to set up for a quick aerial.  Other
    than that setup stay grounded.  While she's coming back wait until after her
    pound ends to attack (it has a lot of priority).
    === {09W.} Mewtwo ===
    Mewtwo has two things you need to watch out for, his spike and his Shadow
    Ball.  Try to avoid the Shadow Ball the best you can, because fully charged
    it is very powerful.  Try coming in low if he throws it high, or high if he
    throws it low.  Mewtwo also has a spike which he can get you from pretty much
    anywhere.  Definitely watch out for this, so try to be random while coming
    Mewtwo has a pretty good aerial and throwing game.  His nair and fair are
    both very good and the nair has pretty good priority.  The fair is a meteor
    smash that is also pretty powerful.  His bair also has incredible range, but
    not that much power.  It will mainly be used for adding on the damage.
    Mewtwo has subpar smashes but the down smash is pretty good.  On the ground
    he relies more on throws than anything.  All of his throws are very powerful,
    more so because you are so floaty.  His up tilt will set up for aerials.
    Other than he will use teleport to quickly move around you.  If you let up
    your guard for but a moment, you'll be eating a charged Shadow Ball, so
    always be ready for it.
    Because of Mewtwo's range and power in the air, I'd suggest sticking to the
    ground here.  He has incredible range on his bair, so even jumping can make
    you get hit with hit if you're not careful.  If you go aerial, use the sex
    kick so you can out prioritize him.  You want to quickly move in and out of
    Mewtwo's grab range.  So Wavedash, smash and then Wavedash quickly back out
    of his range.  Don't get too predictable, so throw some grabs in (good set
    ups for smashes/aerials) or some aerials.  Mewtwo is light, but has a great
    recovery, so KO choice is up to you.  While edgeguarding, try to anticipate
    where he will teleport, and do a smash attack there.
    === {09X.} Mr. Game and Watch ===
    Game and Watch's main killing move is his nair, so he'll be using it while
    you're recovering.  So, be unpredictable while coming back and try to catch
    the ledge to avoid being hit.  Then come up with a ledge hop.  He will also
    use his sausages to try to hit you with the pan.  If he connects, you'll be
    sent down and at an angle, so try coming in high if you see him flipping
    Game and Watch has some defensive maneuvers you must be aware of.  His crouch
    cancel goes so low that you can't grab him while crouching.  Also, his shield
    is too small so a lot of your attacks will go through it.  Instead he will
    spot dodge and Wavedash to defend.  His fair set ups for combos and his nair
    is his killing move.  His bair he can also space so you can't counter it,
    even if you shield it.  His uair is good for some juggling, but can't be
    l-canceled so attack him while he's lagging from it.  His down tilt is really
    powerful and his up tilt can set up for some juggles/KO's.  You'll either be
    seeing up tilt to nair or to uair (at lower percents).  One last combo of
    his, down throw to forward B!  If it hits you with the J9 Hammer you're dead,
    and what's worse it can't be stopped.
    For this fight you want to stay around 50/50.  Game and Watch has a weak
    ground game so you can take advantage of it with smashes.  If he's off guard,
    you can go for the throw, but if he CC's it your gonna be punished.  Any
    aerial is good here, as they are all pretty powerful.  When you see his bair
    put out, use a sex kick as his bair has lots of priority.  Other than that
    you can use a uair/up smash to juggle him or a dair/fair to knock him off the
    ledge.  Try to attack and then get out of his range because he has a good
    aerial range.  While he's recovering, you can jump and intercept his up B
    with a dair for the kill.
    === {09Y.} Marth ===
    Note:  All of Marth's attacks are more powerful when hit with the tip.  This
    increases the move's overall knockback and damage.  Keep that in mind.
    While recovering, you need to watch out for two things.  Marth's spike, and
    his down tilt.  His spike is very powerful and can't be meteor canceled.  You
    need to be unpredictable while recovering, but you can't stay on the ledge
    for too long.  If you do, the you'll be eating a sweet spotted down tilt,
    which will spike you.  Thusly, get back onto the stage right after you grab
    the ledge.
    Marth has a bunch off attacks that he can use against you, all with great
    range, priority and power.  He has a fair to dair combo that near the ledge
    is deadly.  His nair/bair also have very good range and power, and can both
    protect his back.  His uair can also juggle you to high percents, but isn't
    that effective of a killing move.  Not only that, on the ground he has
    amazing smashes/tilts.  His forward smash will kill you at medium percents
    when sweet spotted, and his down smash is a KO'er and sets up for juggles at
    low percents.  All of his tilts have there uses, with the up tilt setting up
    for juggles and the forward tilt to give him space.  His throws set up for
    shffl'd combos so try not to get grabbed (although Marth has a huge grab
    Since pretty much all of Marth's attacks are awesome, you will have to wait
    until he messes up or take advantage of his move's lag times (although
    short).  This means you have to spot dodge his tilts/smashes and then attack
    in the small lag window.  Try to stick a fireball here and there to keep him
    off balance, stay out of his range, stun him, and rack up a little damage.
    Marth out ranges you in the air, so the only way to get one in is to be
    sporatic.  You have to constantly keep the Marth off balance if you want to
    win.  Put mind games to use here, and make your moves count where needed.
    Get him in juggles, or try to fake him out with Wavedashing.  All the strong
    attacks work here, but you have an edge on the ground.  Try to KO him off the
    side because his recovery isn't to good.    While he's coming back, charge up
    a smash for when he returns.
    === {09Z.} Roy ===
    Note:  All of Roy's attacks are more powerful when hit with the middle of the
    blade.  This increases the move's overall knockback and damage.  Keep that
    in mind.
    While recovering, you have to worry about one thing, and that's the Fire
    Blade.  Once your set off the stage, he will start charging one of those,
    because he has no spike.  It's very powerful, even not fully charged.  If
    your hit with one that has some sort of charge (a fairly big one), you're
    dead.  So try to overshoot the platform or roll really quickly onto it.
    Roy's aerial game is pretty much non existent, so it's pretty much ground
    attacks for him.  All of his smashes are very powerful, except the up smash
    which you won't see much.  His down tilt can set up for a forward smash,
    and his forward tilt is just good to knock you back a bit.  His down smash
    is also very powerful, but he can't really follow it up, except with a smash
    when you land.  He also has throw set ups, mainly the forward throw to
    forward smash.  Other things to note are his Fire Blade, which even uncharged
    is very good.  It has a ton of priority and power.  You also may see a random
    counter, which can kill you at high damages (it does 1.5 times the damage of
    your attack), so watch out for it.
    Since Roy has almost no aerial game, aerials are the way to go.  He's very
    powerful on the ground, so you can make this an aerial battle.  Use your
    most powerful ones, dairs and fairs to knock him off stage.  You can easily
    juggle him if you can knock him upwards.  Since you wan't to stick low to the
    ground, short hopped bairs are a good choice.  Fit in some smashes when Roy
    misses an attack or plain messes up.  While he's coming back, you can charge
    a smash for when he comes back onto the stage.
                              [10.] 1-Player (Very Hard) Strategies
    === {10A.} Classic ===
    Just a note, take your time on this because if you make it to Master Hand and
    take half his life away in under 10 minutes, you will have to fight Crazy Hand.
    Just take your time on some of the longer matches, such as the 3 vs. 1 or the
    1 vs. 8 battle.  Sometimes you can evade most of the match during a 1 vs. 1
    fight because the stage is so big.  Either way, take your time.  You do not
    want to fight Crazy Hand.
    * * * * * * *
    * 1 vs. 1:  *
    * * * * * * *
    This is your standard 1 vs. 1 fight.  Since the character you fight is random,
    there are no specific strats for it.  Dodge effectively and use the strongest
    attacks you can.  Use items to your advantage and also the stage (small stage
    means throw off the side for easy KO, big stage run around a lot).  You don't
    want to lose a life on these fight's so keep that in mind.
    * * * * * * *
    * 2 vs. 2:  *
    * * * * * * *
    Here you are paired with a CPU to fight two other computers.  Since your ally
    will die pretty quickly, a lot of the times you need to fight two of them
    yourself.  This can be hard so just do whatever it takes.  Use down B's to
    disperse them and then try to single on out.  Once you have one opponent left,
    then treat the other like a 1 vs. 1 fight.  Again, items are your friends and
    stages can help you a lot.
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Break the Targets:  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Refer to the Break the Targets Strategies section [12.] for this stage.
    * * * * * * *
    * 1 vs. 1:  *
    * * * * * * *
    Refer to the above mentioned strategy (1 vs. 1) to fight this stage.
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    * 3 vs. 1 (Giant):  *
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    Depending on the stage, you can do one of two things.  Evade the entire match
    and hope that your two CPU allies will kill the Giant opponent, or fight.  I
    suggest fighting as it is much easier than waiting around for it to die.  If
    you can get in close enough, up B's will work.  Other than that, use full jumps
    and attack with a bunch of dairs or fairs.  It's hard to get in range, so 
    smashes and throws aren't that useful.  Just keep on the aerial assault, and
    you can hopefully find a nice item to help you.  It will take the CPU a couple
    hundred damage to die, so just keep at it (you can use smashes while it's
    * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Collect the Trophies: *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Wavedash to quickly get to the falling trophies, and use an up tilt to knock it
    up (gives you time to get other targets), and a forward tilt to knock them in
    the basket.  If you get all three trophies and the on in the Race to the Finish
    stage, you can get the Collector Bonus.
    * * * * * * *
    * 1 vs. 1:  *
    * * * * * * *
    Refer to the above mentioned strategy (1 vs. 1) to fight this stage.
    * * * * * * *
    * 1 vs. 8:  *
    * * * * * * *
    This is one of the hardest matches.  You have to face 8 of the same CPU's, and
    they all take a lot of damage to finish off.  Just choose a good spot and start
    charging smash attacks, either a forward or down smash because of it's range.
    Whenever the CPU's get close, release the smash.  Once they're in the air,
    charge up smashes for when they come back down.  When the group is dead, repeat
    on the next batch of them.  It's a long fight, so be prepared to lose a lot of
    lives on this one.
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Race to the Finish: *
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Take the middle path, as it's the best one for Luigi.  Use air dodges to reach
    the platforms in the beginning and missiles to reach the ones near the end.  If
    you reach the end you get 80,000 points and 5 coins.
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    * 1 vs. 1 (Metal):  *
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    Here you will fight a random opponent that is metal.  This fight can be hard
    because the CPU will take a lot of damage to kill.  Just use above mentioned
    strategies to win the fight, but be prepared for a long match.
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Master/Crazy Hand:  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Master Hand has 360 HP, so this will be yet another long battle.  His attacks
    will also kill easier, so keep that in mind.  To dodge his attacks, simply
    double jump and use an air dodge before he hits you.  Do this whenever you see
    Master Hand setting up for an attack.
    To actually kill the Hand, jump and use a bunch of uairs and fairs.  Then, when
    you near the ground, jump again and do some more aerials.  You can fit 5 or so
    aerials in one double jump, so use it to your advantage.  Once your done
    attacking, quickly jump into the air to evade his attacks.  Just repeat a lot
    of and Master Hand will be dead before you know it.  Just to be safe, try to
    have at least two lives for this fight, possibly three if you can manage.
    === {10B.} Adventure ===
    Just note that you want to take your time on every level possible (the ones
    that you have to traverse a level, not nessecarily fight in) because if you
    finish in under 18 minutes, then you have to fight Giga Bowser, so take your
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Mushroom Kingdom: *
    * ----------------- *
    * Stage One:        *
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    For this level you shouldn't bother with fighting the Goombas and Koopas.  If
    you have just a little bit of damage on you and they hit you, then you're
    pretty much dead.  So just keep avoiding them until you reach a round platform.
    There, you will have to fight a bunch of Yoshis.  Use a bunch of up smashes on
    them to send them off the top.  If possible, you can also find a good item to
    use to kill them.  Once you're done fighting, you'll probably have a lot of
    damage, so just avoid the rest of the enemies and go through the gate.
    * * * * * * * *
    * Stage Two:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    Here you will either have to fight Mario and Peach, or Luigi and Peach.  Just
    keep attacking and don't run away.  This will usually result in you getting
    killed.  Another thing not to do is get stuck on the walls, because then the
    CPU's will quickly rack the damage up on you.  Use sex kicks when you're in
    the air so you don't get attacked.  Try to single one CPU out and then just
    attack from there.  Once on of them is gone, just use an assortment of smashes
    to finish off the other.
    * * * * * * * * *
    * Kongo Jungle: *
    * ------------- *
    * Stage One:    *
    * * * * * * * * *
    Here you will have to fight two tiny DK's.  It's not really that hard, just
    use some smashes and they're sent flying.  While they're coming back, use a
    dair to finish them off.  Down smashes work well because you can hit both of
    then with one attack.  If all else fails, find a strong item to take them
    * * * * * * * *
    * Stage Two:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    Here you will fight a giant DK.  All you need to do is find a strong item to
    knock him onto a ledge.  Because of his size, he will get knocked into the
    river and die, or the Klap Trap will get him.  If you can't find a good item,
    just use a bunch of aerials straight from the start.
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Underground Maze: *
    * ----------------  *
    * Stage One:        *
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    This is a really easy level.  All you need to do is find the triforce piece and
    enter that arena.  Since you want to do as little fighting as possible, avoid
    the arenas with a sword by double jumping and then using forward B to get over
    them.  When you fall down the shafts, drift right and use a forward B to avoid
    the fight.
    * * * * * * * *
    * Stage Two:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    You have to fight Zelda here, on the Hyrule Temple stage.  It is really big, so
    you can basically run away the whole match.  KO her off the top because of the 
    stages huge size.  If you want to make sure you don't die, go into the bottom
    left corner of the stage and fight there.  The damage percents will rise, and
    you can easily get a KO with a backwards throw or a forward smash (to the
    * * * * * * * *
    * Brinstar:   *
    * ----------- *
    * Stage One:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    Here just use double jumps and up B's to land on the platform.  To save time,
    you can use an air dodge to get onto some of the lower platforms. To finish the
    stage, go on the platform all the way in the top and middle.  Also note that
    you can't hang onto the platforms sides, so always land in the middle of it.
    * * * * * * * *
    * Stage Two:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    Here you will fight a Samus.  Just use the same tactics to fight Zelda and
    you've got it.  KO's off the top are the best choice because Samus is floaty,
    and note that the yellow acid can kill you if you have high enough damage
    * * * * * * * * *
    * Green Greens: *
    * ------------- *
    * Stage One:    *
    * * * * * * * * *
    Here you will fight a Kirby.  Use tatics mentioned above to easily take him
    down.  Dairs and down smashes work fine, and a throw off the left most platform
    will usually kill him.
    * * * * * * * *
    * Stage Two:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    Here's where you will fight 14 Kirbys, all who have a copied ability.  Use
    fairs and dairs to kill them easily.  Since you fight a lot of them at one
    time, it will be wise to use a down B to disperse them when they all get close
    to you.  They will also use their stone move a lot, so evade it and then throw
    them up (you can grab them out of their stone form).  You can also stay under
    the two platforms and use smashes (although it will take a while this way).
    Also, if you beat it in under 30 seconds you will have to fight a giant Kirby,
    so try to avoid this.
    * * * * * * *
    * Corneria: *
    * --------- *
    * Stage One *
    * * * * * * *
    Here you will fight a Fox, who is pretty easily beaten.  He will run away from
    you, so just Wavedash up to him and use an aerial, preferably a dair.  Just
    keep repeating this and the match will be over quickly.
    * * * * * * * *
    * Stage Two:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    Now you will have to fight either a Fox or Falco, and the time is sped up, so
    blasters will come from the ships constantly.  Be aggresive, and try to get the
    match over with quick.  The blasters really hurt but they can also kill the
    CPU.  Just use quick smashes off the side to deal with him, and hope that you
    can get lucky enough to have the ships kill him.
    Pokemon Stadium:  This is the hardest level in Adventure Mode.  You have to
    fight a bunch of Pikachus (the may be some Pichus and Jigglypuffs also).  So
    you need to use Wavedashing and air catching to your advantage here.  Wavedash
    around, (avoiding all the enemies) and then when you see a Pokeball, go to it
    and air catch it.  Then promptly throw it down.  Then, find another Pokeball
    and repeat.  This match will take a while, and expect to lose a couple of
    lives.  Good luck with it!
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * F-Zero Grand Prix:  *
    * ------------------- *
    * Stage One:          *
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This is easy.  Just dash through the level and when you see the ! above your
    head, get onto a platform and quick.  Car's will be flying down the track then,
    and can kill you if you get hit.  So take your time, and be safe by getting on
    a platform right when you see that mark.
    * * * * * * * *
    * Stage Two:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    Here you will fight Captain Falcon.  He is also really easy so refer to above
    strats to kill him.  A brief note, if he uses his Raptor Boost (forward B) near
    the edge, jump above him and he will plummet to his doom.  Other than that just
    use strong attacks and you'll be fine.
    * * * * * * * *
    * Onnet:      *
    * ----------- *
    * Stage One:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    Here you will fight 3 Ness CPU's.  If you fight in the middle of the stage, the
    cars will come by and the CPU's are likely to get hit.  You can just shield the
    cars.  Other than that, just charge smashes that they will walk straight into.
    To finish them off, go to the top right side of the stage and use up smashes.
    Or, you can risk going to one of the sides and backwards throwing them to their
    death.  It's all a matter of preference really.
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Icicle Mountain:  *
    * ----------------- *
    * Stage One:        *
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    For the first part of this match you will have to climb up the mountain.  Just
    double jump and air dodge upwards to easily reach the top.  On your way up,
    make sure to grab a Freezie item for the battle, and to avoid all of the Polar
    Bears and Topis.  Once you reach the top you'll find two Ice Climbers waiting
    for you.  Throw the freezie you picked up at one of them and then smash the
    other.  Get close to the sides and use a throw to kill them.  Most of the time
    they can't keep up with the stage, so they may suicide.
    * * * * * * * * *
    * Battlefield:  *
    * ------------- *
    * Stage One:    *
    * * * * * * * * *
    Here you will fight a bunch of wireframes.  Just use multiple down B's for an
    easy fight.  Use it on one of the platforms and fall down into the frames for
    an easy kill.  If you don't want to do that, then just use some dairs to finish
    them off.
    * * * * * * * *
    * Stage Two:  *
    * * * * * * * *
    You will have to fight a metal Luigi and Mario here.  The fight can
    get pretty hard, but it's nothing too difficult.  Just use some smashes to
    damage them up (around 50% or so) and then throw them off the side.  Because of
    their weight, they will fall quickly and die.  Also note that the metal Luigi
    never uses up B to recover, so he is an easy kill.  It's hard to get the throw
    off, so try to seperate them (smash one off the platform) then quickly throw
    the other one off.
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Final Destination:  *
    * ------------------- *
    * Stage One:          *
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This is the final match and I hope you have some lives left. Also,
    you should have taken your time, because you don't want to fight Giga Bowser.
    Anyways, Bowser will take a lot of damage to kill, so keep that in mind.  Use
    a lot of aerials for this fight because you don't want to get into Bowsers
    smash range.  You can use full jumps here, just fit as many aerials as possible
    in one jump.  Use items to your advantage and expect to die at least once here.
    He has near infinite  recovery, so get him off the stage and keep smashing him 
    back out.  Once you've beaten him, congratulations, because you have just
    beaten Very Hard Mode with Luigi!
    === {10C.} All-Star ===
    Just a note, try to use the hearts as sparingly as possible.  Try to use one
    after every 4 matches that way you have one left for the Game and Watch battle.
    And also note that your damage carries over every match, so beating this will
    be hard.  Basically, recover every 100 damage; so try to take a minimum of 25%
    each battle.  Hard I know, but you'll need them for some of the end matches.
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    * 1 vs. 1 Battles:  *
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    These are just your general 1 vs 1 fights.  Try to take as little damage as
    possible and evade as much as possible.  Remember, you need to fight four of
    these so try to take no damage at all.  Use your smashes and aerials where
    allowed, and try to get some KO's off the side of the stage (if it's small
    enough).  Try to get the CPU in a juggle, as it is easy to do so.  Once they
    have moderate damage, go for the kill (edgeguarding them is very easy).  If you
    want, wait for a good item to appear (just like in all the other 1 player
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    * 1 vs. 2 Battles:  *
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    For these fights you're just going to have to abuse the AI.  First refrain from
    using any B moves, and second, DI away from any annoying neutral A combos.  To
    abuse the AI basically charge up smashes and wait for them to walk into them
    (CPU's never dash).  So, when they are on a platform above you, charge an up
    smash and wait for them to drop into it, and on flat ground, charge and down
    smash and wait for them to walk into it.  If you want, you can find an item to
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    * 1 vs. 3 Battles:  *
    * * * * * * * * * * *
    Use the same general strategies as in the 1 vs. 2 strategy, just remember that
    there are more CPU's to deal with this time.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * 1 vs. 25 Mr. Game and Watches:  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Hopefully you're in good shape for this fight (i.e. under 25% damage).  You'll
    have to fight 25 Game and Watches here, and it can get pretty hard.  Use down
    smashes and dairs to kill them the easiest.  You can stay near one of the sides
    and use the dair to easily kill them (it's a very small stage), or go near one
    of the top platforms and use repeated down smashes.  The latter is riskier
    though, because you can easily get killed there.  If you want a quick fight go
    up there, otherwise get near one of the sides and use the dairs, or a fair when
    needed.  Just keep that up and the fight will be over in no time.  Congrats on
    just beating All Star Very Hard with Luigi!
                                                [11.] Event Matches
    This is one of my favorite things to do (except for Homerun Contest), I don't
    know why but I do like these things.  As you may notice, only the event matches
    where you can select your character; so don't email me saying I forgot some.
    I didn't miss any, don't fret. =P
    === {11A. First 30 Event Matches} ===
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    * Event Match 3: Bomb-fest *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * *  *
    This is a very easy Event Match, and will also net you the Motion Sensor Bomb
    trophy when you beat it.  Basically, your in a fight against Samus and Link,
    both who seem to like attacking with bombs.  Also, the only items that can be
    used are Bob-bombs, Motion Sensor Bombs, and Pokeballs containing Electrodes.
    To win the match, you could either attack both the Samus and Link using a
    variety of smash and aerial attacks, or you can use the bombs to your
    advantage.  Just plant a Motion Sensor bomb somewhere and the computers will
    walk right into it, or toss a Bob-bomb at someone.  Finally, you can pick up
    Electrode when he turns black and chuck it at someone for an instant KO.  All
    in all, it's a very easy event match that you can beat in less than 20 seconds
    using a bunch of smashes and the bombs to your advantage.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 4: Dino-wrangling *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Another very easy Event Match, this one will put you up against a very big
    Yoshi on a relatively small platform.  You have three lives to take it down,
    yet the Yoshi KO's itself sometimes.
    If it doesn't KO itself, just use a barrage of aerials and smashes, along with
    a couple of Up B's.  When the Yoshi has around 160% damage, smash it off the
    side with a forward smash and it should kill itself.  I not just use a lot more
    smashes.  If the Yoshi goes into an egg roll, just shield it, and the Yoshi
    will fall of the ledge and die.  This one is not hard at all; you shouldn't die
    on this one.  If the Yoshi kills itself at the start, you can get under 1
    second on this one.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 
    * Event Match 6: Kirbys on Parade *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Wow, another incredibly easy event match.  This one will put you up against 3
    tiny Kirbys that has 2 lives each, while you only have one.  What makes it
    annoying though is that the Kirbys run away any time you get near them.
    The key to winning the Event Match is to run towards the right at the
    beginning.  Then, stop before you reach the Kirbys.  They will try to run to
    the left side, so grab one and throw it backwards and it will die.  Then, run
    to the left side and repeat.  Keep going back and forth, throwing all the
    Kirbys until there all dead.  Just a note, they rarely attack, and since there
    tiny it really posts no threat to you.  This you should be able to do in less
    than 30 seconds, it's really easy; just annoying when the Kirbys run away.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 7: Pokemon Battles  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This Event Match is also pretty easy.  You are fighting a Pikachu one vs. one
    with two lives each.  The catch is you can't hit the Pikachu, and can only hurt
    it with the Pokemon from the Pokeballs.  But, the Pikachu will die fairly
    quickly from any Pokemon so don't worry.
    The only real tips I can give you hear are to dash or Wavedash towards the
    Pokeballs on the ground, and to midair catch the ones on the two platforms
    (using Z while you jump to catch them).  Also, make sure to throw all the
    Pokeballs near the Pikachu, so the Pokemon's attacks will hurt it.  It's
    possible to do this one in less than 30 seconds.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 8: Hot Date on Brinstar *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This is another very easy Event match.  You will be facing Samus one vs. one in
    a three stock match.  The catch, you always start with 102% damage and Samus
    Even with the amount of damage on you, it's still very possible to do this one
    without getting killed.  A good forward chop and then up smash attack
    (charged), works wonders on Samus.  Also, you can also meteor smash her and
    then wait with a smash attack when she returns.
    All in all, this is a very easy Event Match, and can be won in under 45
    seconds.  Just stick to the air, and then finish her off with a smash attack.
    Piece of cake.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 9: Hide 'n' Sheik *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This Event Match is a bit tougher than the other ones, because only the Sheik
    KO's count.  You're up against two Zelda's, everyone with one stock.  If you KO
    a Zelda, then one will reappear; so you'll want to rack up damage on the Zeldas
    and then KO the Sheiks.
    At the start, the two Zelda's will most likely transform into Sheik.  You then
    want to dash forward, and begin to smash the hell out of the Sheiks.  Focus on
    one first, and keep juggling her until she either transforms or dies.  Aerial
    finishers are a good choice, so use a variety of down and fairs.  Another good
    KO choice is a charged Up smash attack.
    If you don't get the KO before the Sheik dies, then barrage the Zeldas with
    smashes until they reach about 40% damage.  Then, use forward tilt A's and
    other weak moves until they have around 80% damage.  All you have to do then
    is wait for them to transform and then up smash them for the KO.  You can do
    this one in less than 30 seconds also, but it may take around 45.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 10: All-Star Match 1  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Surprisingly, this match is very easy.  You have two lives to face Mario,
    Donkey Kong, Yoshi, Peach, and Bowser, all in a one vs. one match.  Your damage
    carries over and so does your lives, so you have to be careful.  The computers
    are really stupid here though, you can literally charge up a full smash before
    they hit you.
    To beat Mario, you can easily hit him with the Super Jump Punch.  Or, you can
    charge up smash attack on him.  He really won't attack so you can just go in,
    charge up a smash, quick juggle, and then finish him with an Up B.
    Donkey Kong is a little different though.  Here, you want to KO him off of the
    side of the stage, because the ceiling is very big.  So, you can just smash him
    around a lot, and throw him off for a quick and easy KO.
    For Yoshi you can do the same thing as DK.  Just charge up some smashes and
    then throw him off the stage.  Or, you can hit him with a Up B for a quick KO
    when he's around 80% damage.
    For Peach just use a lot of Up smashes and then juggle her with some fairs.
    You can then finish her off with an Up B , or a meteor smash in the air.  Or
    when she has around 80% damage, throw her off the left side of the stage.
    Finally, for Bowser just do the same things that you did for everyone else,
    charge up smashes and finish him off with an Up B or a throw (off the right
    side preferably).  Bowser will rarely attack, so you can easily get off the Up
    B; because he's so big.
    Really, the intelligence of the computers in this match is like that of a fly.
    You really can charge up a full smash right next to them, or walk in and get
    off an Up B.  It is not hard at all, and you should only get hit once or twice.
    It will take about 1:30 to do, it's just time consuming, not hard.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 11: King of the Mountain  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This Event Match is a bit tougher than the other ones, but only if you're going
    for KO's.  You will be up against a pair of Ice Climbers on a team against
    you; and you have only one life.  When you kill an Ice Climber, they just
    reappear, so kill them only if you want a high score.  You also have to survive
    for 1 minute and 2 seconds.
    If you don't want any KO's then you can keep jumping upwards and away from the
    Ice Climbers.  Also, note that they suicide a lot, because they can't keep up
    with the stage.  If you find yourself unable to keep up, use an air dodge
    upwards to reach the next platform instead of an Up B (because you might miss
    the platform and fall, dying in the process).
    If you going for KO's, then throws off the side and aerials are the best
    choices.  I prefer the aerial approach, because getting a throw off the side
    can be hard when the stage is moving up.  Overall, they are easily killed, yet
    they seem to suicide all the time, making your effort fruitless. All in all,
    this one isn't that tough, unless you're looking for some kills.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 12: Seconds, Anyone?  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    All in all, this Event Match is pretty easy, if you have the right strategy.
    Basically, you have to kill a Captain Falcon in less than seven seconds, where
    you both start with 100% damage.
    As for how to beat it, simply walk up to Falcon and do an Up B.  If it connects
    right, then it's an instant KO.  Falcon won't really try anything if you're
    quick about it, and can get the KO in about 3 seconds.
    *If you can't do this, then try a short hopped forward A, then jump off the
    ledge and meteor smash Falcon, he should be dead then.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 14: Trophy Tussle 1 *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this Event Match, you will face off against three random computers, all who
    aren't that smart.  Also, you will be on a giant Goomba, which is good for
    Wavedashing if you want to (because of its low traction).  You have 2 lives to
    beat 3 CPU's (computers) that also have 2 lives each.
    To beat this Event Match, you can basically use a barrage of aerials and down
    and upward smashes.  The stage is also pretty wide, so KO's off the top are the
    best choice.  Since the CPU's are so bad, you can easily get off the Up B
    without any problems to finish them off.
    Just go crazy with a bunch of smashes and finish them off with an Up B.  When
    you win you'll get a Goomba trophy, not bad.  It shouldn't take you long; you
    can beat it in under a minute and a half.  Have fun mauling the low level
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 15: Girl Power  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this match, you will fight against Samus, Peach, and Zelda/Sheik.  You will
    all have two lives, but you will be tiny and the CPU's giants.  Although the
    competition may seem intimidating, it's not all that hard.
    This match is a bit harder, as your Up B move becomes less effective and the
    computers actually start to attack, although they mainly use weak ones with the
    occasional smash/spike when you're at high percents.
    The only way you can get off an Up B here is to do a dash attack and then
    follow up with the Super Jump Punch.  This will kill easily at the top
    platform, but will require high damage percents on ground level.  Anyways, you
    should use various aerials and smashes, mainly focusing on the forward airs and
    down/up smashes.  Throws aren't that useful, unless you're going for a KO off
    the side, but top ones are much easier.
    Basically, all you need is another barrage of attacks, just like the preceding
    Event Match.  Also, advanced techniques you won't need to rely on.  Smashes and
    aerials will do, and finish off with an Up B if possible (if not, a down smash
    will do).  You can beat this in under a minute and a half.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 20: All-Star Match 2  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This Event Match can be a bit tougher, if you don't know what you're doing.
    You have two lives (damage carries over) to defeat Samus, Link, Zelda/Sheik,
    Captain Falcon, and Fox.  This one can, however, give you trouble if you're
    not careful.
    The Samus' AI is not all too great.  She will only attack at various points,
    with pretty weak attacks.  An easy way to beat her with low damage is to
    quickly put 55% damage on her using a couple smashes and then an up throw.
    Then, finish her off with a Up B while standing on the top platform.
    To get the best of Link, basically use the same strategy as you did for Samus.
    Use smashes and some aerials to get him to around 60% damage, and simply stand
    on the bottom platform.  Then, do a backwards throw (so he hits the middle),
    and he's dead.  Link will also use little attacks, yet more smashes and his A,
    A, A combo often.
    Zelda is a bit more aggressive then the last two CPU's.  She will use some weak
    ground attacks, but also use more aerials.  Sheik will use more tilt/smash
    attacks, and her needles.  Anyways, right from the start you are going to want
    to juggle Zelda.  Since the stage is so big, it can be hard, but possible.
    Just follow her with jumps and Wavedashes so you can continue the juggle.
    Also, keep in mind that the ceiling is really big, so the Up B will only kill
    at over 100% damage.  Or, you can throw her off the far left for an easy KO;
    otherwise you want to smash her off the top with an up/down smash.
    Captain Falcon can put some damage on you, so be wary.  What he mostly does is
    his Forward B move (to send you up), and then his Up B to put on the damage.
    It seems that after his Forward B he will follow up with an Up B, so use your
    DI to move out of the way.  To kill him, you can just use a bunch of down
    smashes, all hitting him before he hits the floor.  He shouldn't move at all,
    allowing you to do this.  To finish him off, use an fair, or a throw off the
    side.  *Watch out for the moving floor as it will hurt you, and the moving
    cars, as they will hurt you too.
    Your last opponent is Fox.  You should still have two lives left (possibly with
    high damage), or one life left (hopefully with low damage).  Fox will mainly
    use his forward smash, his down tilt and his A, A, A combo on you, with his
    Fire Fox (Up B) to get back.  He isn't too hard, but his smashes pack a punch,
    so watch out.  Anyways, you should take this fight to the far right of the
    stage, preferably under the little wing.  Under here you can repeatedly smash
    him and use dairs with Fox going very far.  Then, when he has a lot of damage,
    throw him or forward smash him off the side.  *Fox falls fast, so the vertical
    KO is the best option.
    Well, this Event Match isn't extremely hard, but can be if you don't know what
    you're doing.  It shouldn't take you too long to do, and you can finish is just
    under two minutes if you're quick.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 21: Ice Breaker *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    For this match, you have to KO both of the Nana's (the Ice Climber with the
    pink outfit).  If you KO even one Popo (blue outfit), you lose.  You also have
    one minute to do this.  This isn't hard, yet annoying.
    Now, the Ice Climbers will constantly jump up and down, never attacking you.
    There's one pair on the left and one on the right side of the stage.  What you
    want to do is to quickly down smash the first pair (on the left), until they
    have about 50 damage.  Then, grab the Nana and throw her backward.  Quickly
    jump backwards and do a fair attack.  If the Nana gets back, then smash her off
    and she's dead.  Repeat this process for other pair of Ice Climbers.
    All in all, this Event Match is more frustrating than hard.  It may take you a
    few tries, but otherwise it's very easy.  You can do it in less than 30 seconds
    if you're quick.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 22: Super Mario 128 *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this match you will fight 128 tiny Mario's, who all take one weak hit to KO.
    The thing is though that the damage adds up, and at the end you have a chance
    of dying.  With my trick, however, it will be easy.
    To start off the match, do a down smash to get rid of the Mario's.  Then, just
    keep using up tilts when they fall close to you (they all float right towards
    you).  This will also hit any Mario's that happen to be in front of you.  If
    you get surrounded, either do a Down B or down smash to clear them out.
    Basically, this is just a test of endurance.  Using the continuous Up tilts
    will make it so you easily win this match.  You can beat it in less than 1:15
    if you clear out all of the Mario's quickly.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 23: Slippy's Invention  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This is probably the first "hard" Event Match that you will have.  What you
    have to do is face off against a Fox and Falco, with both of them being
    invisible.  You have two lives and so do they.
    As for strategies, there really aren't any, as juggling is near impossible and
    you can't see your opponents.  The only thing I could suggest is that you wedge
    yourself in a corner and keep unleashing down smashes when you see an
    "invisible" figure coming at you (you can see them a little).  Just keep
    hitting them with smashes and eventually they'll die.  It can be hard because
    they can creep up behind you, so that's why you want to be in a corner.
    This is basically a match that can go two ways, either you get owned or you
    win.  Just use tons of smashes and you should be fine.  You can get off an Up
    B, but they both fall fast so it's not as effective.  Also, on a good run
    expect to beat this in under a minute.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 24: The Yoshi Herd  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This match isn't exactly hard, but it can be pressed for time if you are not
    quick.  You have one live to KO 29 Yoshi's, along with a Giant Yoshi.  This may
    seem like a lot, yet they are easily killed.  Also, the Yoshi's will both
    attack and run away a lot.
    As for strategies, you basically want to jump to the nearest Yoshi and give him
    either a forward, down, or neutral aerial.  These will all kill them in one
    hit.  Also, if the Yoshis start to attack you a lot, you can always use a smash
    attack to kill them all.  As for the Giant Yoshi, you can easily kill him once
    he reaches around 50% damage.  So for him, just use some smashes and then an
    fair to finish him off.
    This one can be pressed for time as the Yoshi's seem to want to run away
    towards the end of the match.  It's not that hard, it may, however, take you a
    couple tries to finish it.  Anyways, you can do it in less than a minute and a
    half if you're quick.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 26: Trophy Tussle 2 *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This Event Match can turn crazy, as the fighting here is huge.  You will fight
    3 randomly selected CPU's, with everyone (including yourself) at 2 lives.  You
    will also fight on a giant Entei, so KO's off the left edge and vertically are
    the best choice.
    Basically, there will be one acclaimed "edgeguarder" and the other two
    computers will attack you.  For this fight you want to use a barrage of
    smashes, aerials and throws, pretty much any powerful KO moves.  The Super Jump
    Punch will not work here, so don't try it.  Expect to die at least once on this
    one.  Also, you want to try to single one CPU out, so they all don't overwhelm
    you.  Try to stay near the left ledge too, so you can use dairs to KO them, or
    a quick backward throw.
    Basically, all the CPU's will go after you, so if you get knocked off the side,
    you are pretty much gone, unless you get lucky.  Whenever you feel surrounded,
    do a down B move and quickly Wavedash out of the fray.  You can easily get out
    of the way because the Entei is so big.
    Good luck with this one, and although it's overly hard, it can and will go
    crazy.  If it gets too much, or the CPU set you have is too hard, just reset
    and you'll get a new set of them.  You can beat this one in less than a minute
    and a half, and will also get the Entei trophy upon winning.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 28: Puffballs Unite!  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Let me start by saying, that this Event Match is incredibly hard with Luigi, as
    he does NOT have a good KO move for the 14 Kirby's you will face.  The Kirby's
    also all have a copied power from someone, so keep that in mind.
    Well, this match is damn near impossible with Luigi, and I don't suggest you
    try it.  If you do, then use Up B's to clear out about two Kirby's a hit.  They
    gang up on you though, so it makes it very hard to survive to do this.
    I say use Mario's Up B move to complete this one.  The Event Match is insanely
    hard with to do with Luigi, so you have been warned.  If you use Mario, then
    you can get under thirty seconds for this one.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 30: All-Star Match 3  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this match you will fight a Kirby, Pikachu, Ness and the Ice Climbers.  They
    all have one life and you have two (damage carries over).  It's not that hard,
    but some of the characters can give some trouble.  Well, first off the Up B
    move will not work in these types of matches anymore.  With that being said,
    the strategies for the characters will now be given.
    The Kirby fight is pretty easy.  The Kirby will use more aerials than anything
    else, and also his down B (stone) move often.  You can easily juggle Kirby, but
    while doing so he will probably use his stone move.  Just air dodge out of the
    way, and then throw him while he's still in stone form.  Just keep doing this
    until he has a high damage and can be smashed off screen.  You want to focus on
    aerials in this fight, and finish him off with a good forward smash.
    Pikachu is a bit tougher, and can put some big damage on you if you're not
    carefully.  He will abuse his forward smash, which has pretty good range, so
    you have to watch out.  In this match you can use either smashes or aerials,
    but aerials are more preferred so you don't get hit with a forward smash.  When
    Pikachu is recovering then follow him with a Wavedash and then up smash him.
    Follow that up with a dair.  Then, just proceed to juggle Pikachu and finish
    the match with any smash of your choice.
    Ness is easily juggled for starters.  He will focus more on his special moves
    than anything and also the tilt moves.  You can lure him in-between the houses
    and wait for a car to come by (just dodge until one comes) and then he might
    get hit for some big damage on knock back.  When he uses PK Flash (big green
    thing) then just jump towards him and give him a good fair.  Ness isn't that
    hard to beat, although you may die in this fight.  Just juggle him, and throw
    him off the left side of the screen (when you are close to it).
    The Ice Climbers are probably the easiest fight in this Event Match.  You
    probably won't ever need to attack, because they can't keep up with their
    moving stage.  So, just jump up when the screen moves, and after your double
    jump air dodge onto the next platform.  For a quick kill throw Popo off the
    left or right side of the screen, or do two forward A's (aerial) when he's
    close to the side.
    This Event Match is not all that hard, it's a bit tough but nothing you can't
    handle.  Expect to lose one life on this match, and to beat it in less than two
    === {11B.} Last 21 Events ===
    Congratulations on beating the first 30 Event Matches.  After you finish this
    one, you should get a message saying you beat the first thirty.  To get to the
    next 21, then you will need to unlock most of the other characters, so get to
    doing that before we move on.
    *Off course, if you unlocked Luigi doing the vs. matches, you only need 200
    more matches until you have them all. O_O
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 31: Mario Bros. Madness *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this Event Match, you will fight a timed match (2 minutes) against a Mario
    and Luigi.  This one is really easy, but contrary to popular belief, you have
    to get more bonus points then your opponents.
    If your going for KO's on this one, then simply stand near the left and right
    sides of the stage (right under the farthest brick) and just backwards throw
    your opponent to death.  You can easily rack up the kills this way.
    Here's how to easily win: at the start of the match KO both the Luigi and the
    Mario.  Then just play keep away from the Mario Brothers.  They will often
    suicide making them lose bonus points.  Also, while you're dashing out of the
    way pick up the items you see and then throw them away.  If you get 10
    different items, you will get a couple thousand bonus points (for the Item Hog
    This is the way I beat the match.  Get two kills and then just evade for the
    rest of the match and pick up items along the way.  If you were going for KO's
    than you can easily get over 10 with the method stated above.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *  *
    * Event Match 35: Time for a Checkup *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *  *
    This Event Match can be really frustrating, as the computers here are very
    good.  You will face off against a Doctor Mario and Peach, with everyone set at
    one life.  Your stage will also be really small to, so keep that in mind.
    The attacks that the CPU's will mostly use are their forward B's and aerials.
    Peach seems to spam her forward B (big butt bump thing), and Doc will
    constantly use his cape to turn you around.  Also, when recovering the cape
    will turn your missile around and you will most likely die.  Also, they use a
    bunch of smashes and aerials while you're in the air.
    At the start of the match, you definitely want to focus on killing Doc, as he
    is the hardest one here.  You are basically going to have to roll then down
    smash, and repeat all over again.  Short hopped aerials also work as it can
    knock Peach out of your way.  Peach is definitely a nuisance here and she will
    get in your way when you are trying to KO Doc.  Dodge a lot then smash to take
    him out, after that it's a piece of cake.
    When you manage to kill Doctor Mario, you're probably going to have a lot of
    damage.  Do not despair, as Peach is easily dispatched.  Simply use a lot of
    aerials and a throw/smash to hit her off the screen.  Watch out for her forward
    B though, at high percentages this is a killer.
    All in all, this Event Match is the hardest one thus far (except Event Match
    28).  It can get really frustrating when you can't do it, but that's why you
    can pause and hit Z to reset the match.  Take out Doc first, because Peach is
    easy to KO with high damages.  You can beat this one in less than 40 seconds.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 37: Legendary Pokemon *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This Event Match is really easy, even more so if you can Wavedash.  You will be
    up against three giant Wire Frames, and a Jigglypuff.  Everyone will have two
    lives, and the only way you can easily KO the Wire Frames is with the
    Jigglypuff will try to nab the Pokeballs before you do, so this is where
    Wavedashing and Mid-Air Catching come into play.  When you see a Pokeball,
    quickly Wavedash under the platform it appeared on, jump and press Z to mid-air
    catch it before the Jigglypuff can get to it.  The Pokeball will always
    contain a legendary Pokemon, or a Wobuffet.
    As for strategies, basically let the Pokemon do the damage for you.  Also, at
    the start of the match you can continually down smash the giant Wire Frames
    (they won't go anywhere) and then grab the first Pokeball when it appears.
    Since most of the opponents will be caught up in the Pokemon's attack, you can
    easily grab and throw the rest of the Pokeballs.  *Sometimes, the Pokemon won't
    kill the CPU's, but rather put them up to around 400% damage.  When/if that
    happens, an uncharged smash will easily kill anyone.
    This Event Match is really easy once you get your first Pokeball.  Since it
    takes some time to KO everyone, it may take up to a minute to finish this one.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 38: Super Mario Bros. 2 *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This Event Match is incredibly easy, mostly because of the level it is on.  You
    will fight against a Mario, Luigi, and Peach; everyone with two lives.
    To easily win this match, go to the left or right side of the stage and use a
    down B (to disperse the three CPU's).  Then grab one of them and backwards
    throw them off the side.  When one is dead, jump to the other side of the
    screen and repeat.  Note that when you jump across the middle pit, Mario and
    Luigi may suicide making this whole process even easier.  If you want to, you
    don't have to go to the other side, but it makes the match easier if you do.
    Well that's it.  You can exploit the level to quickly and easily win this
    match.  Expect to beat it in less than 30 seconds if everything goes right
    (which it usually will).
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 40: All-Star Match 4  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This All-Star Match is a lot like the other three.  You will have two lives
    (damage carries over) to defeat Marth, Luigi, Jigglypuff, Mewtwo and Mr. Game &
    Watch.  This match can put up a decent challenge if you don't watch your damage
    percentage.  If it gets high early on, just restart the match.
    Your first challenger will be Marth.  This fight is pretty easy, and you can
    win with only taking a hit or so.  Marth will use more weak attacks than
    anything, so it's not a big problem.  Anyways, the Marth is easily juggled as
    long as you can follow him with a Wavedash.  When on the flat part of the
    Temple, roll behind Marth and shield grab him.  Then throw him backwards.
    Drive him to the ledge (easily done with fairs), and throw him off it to win.
    Your next opponent will be Luigi.  He will focus a lot on the missiles, and
    also note that if he falls in the pit he will never use his Up B to get back
    (easy win for you).  To easily win, jump backwards at the start of the match
    and go near the edge of the stage, until you see yourself in a bubble.  Simply
    grab/shield grab Luigi when he comes towards you, and throw him backwards.
    Jigglypuff is pretty much another easy win.  She seems to use her down A aerial
    a lot, along with some smash attacks.  Also note that you can't grab the
    Squirtle (the beginning platform) so if you fall off and don't have a second
    jump, your dead.  But, Jigglypuff is easily juggled, and the moves she uses are
    pretty weak.  Juggle her with up/fairs to quickly rack up the damage.  Finish
    her off with a dair.
    Mewtwo is probably the hardest opponent here.  It will actually attack you,
    mainly using tilts and the neutral A combo.  Since Mewtwo attacks, you might
    think it'll be a hard match.  Not necessarily though.  Just drive it off the
    ledge, and it will float back to the ledge, only using a double jump if needed.
    Then jump towards the Mewtwo and give it a fair.  When it comes back, repeat
    until its dead.
    Mr. Game & Watch is another easy match.  Simply Wavedash backwards at the
    beginning, and grab him when he comes near.  Throw him backwards for a quick
    Well, that's the match.  Not too hard, but if you're not careful you might have
    to repeat this one a couple of times.  It can easily be won in less than a
    minute and a half, not too shabby.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 42: Trouble King 2  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this match you will face a huge Bowser, with both of you having 2 lives.
    When I say huge, I mean huge; he takes up about the whole Poke Floats stage
    (the one with all the Pokemon, you fought Jigglypuff here in Event Match 40.
    This is a really easy match, and can be finished in around ten seconds.  Just
    roll right at the beginning of the match and wait for the Bowser to drop down.
    Then grab him and don't do anything!  When he gets free, he will die (you can't
    grab the ledge).  Repeat and you just won the match in about ten seconds.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 44: Mewtwo Strikes! *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this match, you have to fight a Zelda and a Mewtwo.  There is a catch
    though, the Zelda will be really hard and the Mewtwo will only appear after 15
    seconds.  Also, if you KO the Zelda you lose; so don't.
    For the first 15 seconds of the match, evade Zelda.  Wavedash across the stage,
    go through platforms; anything will work.  You don't want to take a lot of
    damage; I'd say 20% is the limit.  Once Mewtwo appears quickly start to use a
    barrage of attacks on it, making sure not to hit Zelda.  A smash will do fine
    to finish Mewtwo off, but I suggest edgehogging if possible.  Also, sometimes
    the Mewtwo will suicide which is always good.
    Well, this Event Match can be really hard if you can't evade well.  But, by
    doing it your evasion skills will increase, which is not bad at all.  Just keep
    trying it, attack Mewtwo with anything you got.  You can do this in under 45
    seconds, under 30 if Mewtwo suicides.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 46: Fire Emblem Pride *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this Match, you will fight against a Marth and Roy, who are both on a team
    against you.  You all have three lives and will be fighting on the Hyrule
    Temple stage.  It's not hard per se, yet can be time consuming.
    As for how the CPU's will attack, they will basically both use neutral A's,
    forward and up smashes, and some throws.  They don't hit hard exactly, but
    where you will be fighting their forward smashes can kill quite easily.
    To easily defeat Marth and Roy you must first go to the far left side of the
    stage.  Then unleash some smashes when the two get near (aerials work good
    also, make sure you short hop them).  Basically, you want to use some powerful
    moves when you can and evade when needed.  When you knock them off the stage
    (you should go for two in one hit), then charge a down smash.  When/if they get
    back, release the smash and repeat if necessary.  When they come back, do the
    same thing again.  Smash, evade, edgeguard, and then kill.
    Also, if you want to make sure you stay alive, then you can bring it down to
    the bottom of the temple, right on the bricks before the grass.  If you fight
    here, you want to face left so you have an easier time KO'ing the two.
    Sometimes it will take them upwards of 300% damage to kill you, and since
    you'll only be smashing them left it won't take as long.
    This match is about endurance and patience.  Attack when the time is right, and
    evade when needed.  Juggling is possible, and you can also try to lure say
    Marth, away from Roy, so you can deal with him one on one.  It will take about
    two and a half minutes to do this one.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 47: Trophy Tussle 3 *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This is another free for all Event Match and the last one where you can earn a
    trophy (Majora's Mask).  You will fight 3 randomly chosen CPU's, everyone with
    two lives.  Also, you will be fighting on Majora's Mask which is a pretty cool
    stage.  Well, since you never know what combination of CPU's you're going to
    get, I can only give you some general tips.  First off, you should go to the
    bottom left or bottom right corner of the stage to fight (the easiest place to
    get KO's).  Once there, wait for the fray to come, and use a down B to disperse
    the group.  Next, repeatedly use down smashes, while using sex kicks to knock
    away the fray.  When the whole group of computers has enough damage (around
    100% or so), jump out of the fray and do a meteor smash, which should kill some
    of the computers.  From there it's just a matter of repeating the process. This
    Event Match can be very hard, depending on the set of CPU's you get.  If it
    seems too hard, go to level select screen and choose it again for a different
    set of CPU's.  This will take a few tries, but you will get a cool trophy upon
    winning.  You can beat this in less than a minute.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 48: Pikachu and Pichu *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this match you will fight an immortal Pikachu, and to Pichu's.  The Pichu's
    will have one life each, you will have two and the Pikachu will always come
    back.  So, focus mainly on attacking the two Pichu's.
    The whole family of Pokemon here will use their thunder bolt (big stream of
    lighting) attack often and also there shock that moves along the ground.  The
    Pikachu will protect the Pichu's, you have to move quickly (use Wavedashing).
    Well, since the Pichu's/Pikachu use so many of those thunder bolt's your only
    real way to attack is from the ground, or at least until you get them into the
    air.  Use Wavedashes and then down smashes to knock them into the air.  Then,
    use some fairs or meteor smashes to knock them further.  Pikachu should be
    included in this group, but you want your more powerful moves to hit the
    Pichu's.  It will take a while to kill the Pichu's (around 150%), but you have
    two lives to do it.  The Pikachu hits hard and fast with some smashes so be on
    This Event Match is one of the harder ones and can be really frustrating.
    Wavedashing makes this a whole lot easier, because the Pichu's tend to stay
    behind the Pikachu so they don't get hit.  Once you get them off the ledge
    though, it's a piece of cake. You can do this in just under a minute.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 49: All-Star Match Deluxe *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    In this Event Match you will have to fight Dr. Mario, Falco, Pichu, Young Link,
    Roy and Ganondorf.  You will have two lives (damage carries over) to defeat all
    of them.  Being the last All-Star Match, this one is definitely the hardest.
    Dr. Mario is easy to beat, mainly because of the level you're playing on.  So,
    just wait till he comes towards you, roll behind him (you should be one his
    right), then roll left (you should be on his left now).  Then grab him and
    throw him backwards off the stage.
    Falco is a bit tougher than Doc.  He seems to use a lot of grabs and tilts, and
    also his spike (aerial down A).  You definitely do not want to get spiked over
    the edge, because if you do you're dead.  Anyways, use up smashes to get him
    into the air and then hit him with aerials.  When he comes close to you, use a
    sex kick as it will out prioritize most of his aerials.  If you have him in a
    juggle, you will have to jump over the wing in the middle of the stage to
    proceed with it (when you have to do that, jump in with a sex kick).  Once he
    has enough damage, give him a chop to finish him.
    Pichu is pretty easy, mostly because she does her missile attack so much.  When
    she does roll behind the missile and give her a smash.  Stick to the ground for
    this one, Pichu is small so it makes it hard to juggle her.  So, you basically
    want to wait for Pichu to use the missile and then smash.  If you don't want to
    do that, then simply smash her, Wavedash, smash again and repeat.  Once she has
    around 70%, and uncharged up smash will kill her.
    Young Link can be tough to beat.  He seems to use his aerial down A often and
    also his boomerang.  Not only that, but he used smashes and the up tilt a lot.
    You need to be quick in this match.  From the start jump and do a sex kick.
    Then midair jump and do another.  Now, fast fall and land before Young Link.
    You want to give him a forward tilt so he will drop down on the right ledge.
    Land to the right of him and then abuse the forward smash.  It's easy from
    there on.  If that doesn't work, make sure to get him to the bottom right ledge
    and either throw him backwards (hard to do), or just keep using forward smashes
    until his dies.  Be quick though, Young Link will beat you if you aren't.
    Next up is Roy, who you have to fight on the Hyrule Temple stage.  He uses a
    lot of his tilts, along with his smashes.  You want to get him to the far left
    side of the stage (on the top) and then battle him there.  Throws and some
    quick aerials are the best choice.  You can easily roll behind his forward tilt
    for a throw, or short hop some aerials for good damage.  Once he has high
    damage forward smash him off the left edge.  You might lose a life here, but
    Ganondorf should be easy.
    Well Ganondorf is that hard to beat, mostly because he uses a lot of his slow B
    moves and smashes.  He is also easily edgehogged so when you hit him off be
    sure to grab the ledge (if he isn't going to make it back on the stage).  If he
    uses his Up B, then you will want to move back a little and charge an up smash.
    He can't do anything after the attack so it makes it easy to do this.  When he
    uses his Warlock Punch (purple punch) then just roll behind him and charge a
    smash.  The startup on that move is so much you can get almost a fully charged
    smash out.  All in all, the CPU Ganondorf is pretty easy, mostly because of his
    slow moves; but hey, you shouldn't be complaining.
    Well that's about it, and you just beat your last All-Star Match.  It's easily
    beat in less than two minutes, once you finally beat it.  It shouldn't be too
    hard; it should only take you a couple tries to do.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 50: Final Destination Match *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This is the second hardest Event Match there is.  You have one life to beat
    both Master Hand and Crazy Hand.  They both have 300 health points too so
    beating this one requires a little bit of skill.
    Both Master and Crazy hand have a variety of moves at their disposal all of
    which are slightly different.  The only different attacks really is that Crazy
    Hand sometimes has seizures on the floor causing lots of damage, and he will
    drop his bombs in a line.  Master Hand will shoot his missiles at you instead.
    Well, how do you avoid all these attacks?  Good question.  What you have to do
    is air dodge whenever an attack is coming near, whether it be a giant fist
    trying to hit you, or on of the Hands crawling across the stage to get you;
    everything can be air dodged and I advise you do that.  Get the timing down for
    the moves because you will need it.
    Generally, when you see an attack coming, double jump and then air dodge up
    before it hits you.  It's a bit hard to dodge both the Hand's attacks at the
    same time, but when you fight one on one against them its very easy.  Note that
    if they grab hold of you, spin your control stick like a madman while tapping
    A.  It should get you out of it fairly quick.
    First I suggest you take out the Master Hand (one on the right).   When you
    aren't dodging the Hand's attacks you have two options.  One is to stand near
    the right edge and then jump, fair then bair, midair jump and then bair and sex
    kick.  You need to full jump to do this, and since Luigi is a floaty character
    it shouldn't be hard.  Once you land from this get ready to dodge an attack.
    Or you can try this: be right under Master Hand and then jump do two uairs,
    midair jump and so some more of them.  If you don't want to do those, then any
    combination of 3-4 aerials in a double jump will work.  Just keep repeating
    this and by the time Master Hand is gone then you should have around 75% damage
     or less (if not reset).  That may seem high, but trust me Crazy Hand will
    almost never touch you.
    Now since Crazy Hand is the only one left, dodging his attacks should be a
    piece of cake.  You have time now to jump and air dodge without fear of getting
    hit which is good.  So to finish off Crazy Hand, use the same tactics as for
    the Master Hand.  Also, take advantage of him when he moves around his blue
    lasers; stand under him and attack.  Keep dodging the attacks and DO NOT rush.
    You have plenty of time and before you know it, Crazy Hand will be dead.
    Yea, I may make it seem easy, but it's actually pretty hard.  The hard part of
    course is killing one of the Hand's first (and having low or 75% damage).
    That's the real battle, in my opinion.  Once you kill one of them, the other is
    really easy (as you can see, they are only effective in a team).  You can beat
    this in less than 2 minutes.
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * Event Match 51: The Showdown  *
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    This is the hardest Event Match there is, and has caused many a player a lot of
    frustration.  You have 3 lives to kill Giga Bowser, Mewtwo and Ganondorf; and
    they all have 3 lives too.  This match is very frustrating, but I have some
    tips to help you.
    Know how the CPU's will attack.  When you knock Giga Bowser high up, he will
    use his down B and will kill you if you're hit.  Another thing to know is that
    Mewtwo will constantly use Shadow Balls (neutral B), and then Ganondorf will
    use his Up B to further the damage and possibly kill you.  Sometimes though,
    Mewtwo will suicide while charging one up near the ledge.
    When you're knocked off, you are as good as dead because Giga Bowser takes up
    the whole stage and will use neutral A's to keep you down there.  Your only
    chance of getting back is a misfire.  That's basically how they will attack,
    and note that Giga Bowser is not the problem here, it's Ganondorf and Mewtwo
    (Giga Bowser was made a lot easier, trust me).
    Know the strategy.  Generally, you can use many fairs on the Giga Bowser to
    damage him up (you want him gone first).  The problem with this is that
    Ganondorf will use his up B on you; so you can try this.  Jump, and then do a
    down B.  This should ensnare everyone in your cyclone (Ganondorf and Mewtwo
    both stay behind Bowser) and then do an Up B for a Ping hit.  Giga Bowser is a
    huge target so hitting one shouldn't be a problem; this will also kill him at
    around 120% damage.
    So, you're main ways to attack will be either forward/dairs or the down B, up B
    combo (which works a lot better because you can damage up the other two CPU's
    in the process.
    You want to make sure that you only lose a life after you kill Giga Bowser.
    This way, you will always be one life ahead and will have a shot at beating
    Ganon and Mewtwo (you only need one life).  Also, make sure that the other two
    CPU's have at least one life gone each by the time Giga Bowser is completely
    Whenever you have the chance, i.e. knocked Giga Bowser off the platform,
    immediately start to damage Ganon and Mewtwo.  Even if you can only do 20-30%
    damage, it will help a lot in the long run.  Giga Bowser can come back from any
    where so there is no need to edgeguard him; which is why you want to hurt
    Mewtwo and Ganon.
    When you finally get rid of Giga Bowser, you want to use smashes on the other
    two.  If you use aerials, there's a chance that Ganondorf will get you in his
    Up B which is not good at all.  Roll whenever you need to and also Wavedash to
    get some distance away from the other CPU's.  Also watch out for a fully
    charged Shadow Ball.  If you get hit by this at high damages then you're dead.
    If you think you have too much damage to fight Ganon and Mewtwo, try to stay
    away from them until a good item comes, like a Super Scope or Warp Star.
    The Super Scope fully charged will easily kill them and the same for the Warp
    Star.  If you get a Bob-bomb throw it at them quickly for an easy KO.  Any item
    will help here; just make sure you know that there will never be any recovery
    items dropped.
    Well, that's about all I can help you with this Event Match.  Many random
    things can happen and such, but if you stick to those guidelines you should do
    it.  Make sure that you always are a life ahead Giga Bowser (he has two, you
    have three) and you should do fine.  Once you get rid of him, you can easily
    use the items for a win.  Upon winning you will unlock the Final Destination
    stage; (the one you just played on), which is one of the best!
    *Also, if you beat this without dying once, you will get a special message that
    says so.  Although Luigi isn't the best choice to do this (Jigglypuff is), it
    would be a great achievement to do it as him.
    Congratulations for beating all of the Event Matches.  You now have some cool
    new characters, trophies and even a stage.  Great job, some of the Event
    Matches can be hard, but it's cool to have beaten them all with one character.
                             [12.] Break the Targets Strategies
    Well, not much to say here, except if you want a really good time then you will
    have to fast fall and l-cancel.  Pretty much it, go break some targets!
    World Record: 3.99 seconds
    === {12A.} Beginner ===
    1-2. Dash, fast fall right, aerial down A
    3. Land, neutral A
    4-5. Double jump backwards, aerial back A when the targets converge
    6-7. Drift left, aerial back A when you are about to hit the ground left of the
    8. Jump, aerial back A
    9. Midair jump, hang from ledge, ledge jump, midair jump, fireball
    10. Land on the GameCube, double jump left and Up B the last target
    Target Time: 8 to 7 seconds.
    === {12B.} Intermediate ===
    1. Double jump right, fireball, fast fall
    2-3. Aerial up A
    4. Land, neutral A
    5-7. Dashing A (while going left)
    8. Dashing jump left, aerial forward A
    9-10.Midair jump, Up B
    Target Time: 5.1 to sub 5 seconds.
    === {12C.} World Record Strategy ===
    1-2. Short hop backwards, aerial back A
    3. Aerial back A again, drift right
    4-5. Up B the two targets under the GameCube, hang from it
    6. Wavedash onto the Gamecube, tap A while sliding
    7. Dash off and jump immediately, aerial up A
    8. Aerial down A, fast fall
    9-10. Aerial back A as you near the ground
    Target Time: 4 to 3.99 seconds.
                               [13.] Homerun Contest Strategies
    Bat Drop/Down+A Combos: Face backwards. You can't be touching the Sandbag and
    you have to be a step or two away from it. Now jump and drop the bat at the
    peak of your jump. Wait a half-second after you drop the bat, then press down
    +A to spike the Sandbag down. The combo does 35% damage max.
    Bat Drop/Neutral+A Combo: Face and stand right next to the Sandbag. Jump and
    drop the bat at the peak of your jump. Wait until the tips of Luigi's feet
    almost touch the top of the Sandbag, then press A. The combo does 32% max.
    World Record: 3848.5 feet
    === {13A.} Beginner ===
    1. Grab the bat, dash toward the Sandbag
    2. Smash up B (Ping)
    3. Do 3 smash down A's (slight charges)
    4. Double jump aerial down+A on the right side of the Sandbag
    5. Tipper as the Sandbag bounces off the back wall.
    6. Bull's Eye: 1250+ feet.
    === {13B.} Easy ===
    1. Roll left, grab bat, and roll right
    2. Do 4 bat drop/down+A
    3. 2 Fireballs (neutral B)
    4. Grab bat, walk back, tipper
    5. Bull's Eye: 1850+ feet.
    === {13C.} Medium ===
    1. Roll left, grab bat, and roll right
    2. Smash down A
    3. Do 5 bat drop/down+A
    4. Grab bat, walk back, tipper
    5. Bull's Eye: 2200+ feet.
    === {13D.} Advanced === (Credit: SN 1989)
    1. Grab the bat
    2. Do a down B to the right
    3. Do 5 Bat drop/down+A
    4. Grab bat, walk back, tipper
    5. Bull's Eye: 2400+ feet.
    === {13E.} Hard ===
    1. Grab the bat, dash toward the Sandbag
    2. Do a double jump bat drop/neutral+A
    3. Do 5 jjc down+A bat drops
    4. Grab bat, walk back, tipper
    5. Bull's Eye: 2800+ feet
    === {13F.} Intense === (Credit: Tatsuya)
    1. Grab bat, double jump backwards, and do a bat drop/neutral+A
    2. Do a single jump bat drop/down+A
    3. Do 5 jjc down+A bat drops
    4. Grab bat, walk back, tipper
    5. Bull's Eye: 3,500+ feet.
    === {13G.} World Record === (Credit: PMAC)
    1. Grab bat, Wavedash backwards, aerial up+A, bat drop/neutral+A
    2. Do 6 jjc down+A bat drops
    3. Down/Forward Tilt+A
    4. Grab bat, walk back, tipper
    5. Bull's Eye: 3,800+ feet.
                                          [14.] Multi Man Melee
    Here are the strategies for Multi Man Melee.  Speed is needed for a lot of
    them, and endurance for others.
    Go kill some frames!
    === {14A.} 10 Man Melee ===
    World Record 7.62 seconds
    <Start on the right platform>
    1-3. Down B as the first Wireframe appears while moving left to get the first
    3.  Land on the bottom.
    4-5. Jump back to the right platform and Down B the rightmost Wireframe while
    moving left to get the one on the bottom.
    6-7. Tilt Up A once you land on the bottom.
    8-10. Double jump up and Down B the topmost Wireframe so the top of the move
    hits him and so you do not land on the top platform.  Continue falling and the
    Down B will destroy the final two.
    === {14B.} 100 Man Melee ===
    The 100 Man Melee doesn't really have any strategies.  Use down B, tilt up A,
    fairs and getting a fan usually helps.  Also, you could try just staying at the
    bottom and using tilt up A's when the frames get close to you, if you don't a
    fair will work.
    === {14C.} 3 Minute Melee ===
    For the 3 Minute Melee, use down B, dairs, fairs, tilt up A's and a fan if
    needed to kill the most frames.  A screw attack will also help, use it going up
    to hit the frames and then a down B coming down to kill the most possible.
    === {14D.}15 Minute Melee ===
    Use dairs, fairs, tilt up A' and the down B move to kill the most frames.  If
    you get a screw attack, use it going up to hit the frames, and then the down B
    coming down to kill the most possible frames.  If you can't find a screw
    attack, then you can use a fan to kill the frames.  If you can't find either of
    those, then use the above mentioned attacks.
    === (14E.} Endless Melee ===
    For this one, get a fan and stand under the right side of the left platform,
    and fan tilt forward A to kill the bottom frame and tilt up A all the others
    that come at you.
    === {14F.} Cruel Melee ===
    To effectively do the Cruel Melee, you must first know the herding strategies.
    The (Edge Grabbing) Herding Strategy: You need to run to one edge and wait
    until the frames get close to you, as with the jumping strategy. When they are
    almost too close, jump off the stage while still facing it so that you can grab
    the edge. The idea is to get all five frames onto the platform next to you. You
    need to quickly drop under them and grab the edge. With some characters in the
    right situation, only a single jump is needed to get all the frames correctly
    positioned on the platform, but most of the time, at least two jumps are
    needed. Sometimes the third jump or upward air dodge also need to be used to
    buy a little extra time to get the frames in the right place.
    If most of the frames are approaching you from straight across the main
    platform, it is also possible to single jump to lure them onto the platform
    above you then land on the stage and not have to grab the edge at all. This can
    be tricky and isn't useful very often, but when it is, it's safer than actually
    grabbing the edge.
    Once you grab the edge, immediately press L or R to roll onto the stage, then
    run and jump onto the opposite platform. The frames will follow you onto the
    platform, just as with the triple strat. Once you can see that they are all
    jumping, it's safe to drop through the platform to set up the next part of the
    In both cases, the frames will then drop through the platform. Most of the
    time, they will need to be near the center of the platform as they drop through
    it, meaning that you need to be under the center of the platform to attract
    them to that spot. I will get into that more in the individual character
    There are lots of minor problems that can occur with these strats and you will
    just have to learn to deal with them. One example of this is how several
    characters have to roll to the outer edge of the main platform after dropping
    through the small platform. If one of the frames is too close to the edge of
    the small platform, they can hit you as they drop. To avoid this, you need to
    be able to see that the frames are too close to the outer edge of the small
    platform before they drop. Then just run across the main platform and jump
    onto the opposite platform. They will follow you just as before, but end up
    above you in a less threatening position.
    The Actual Strategy: Luigi uses the standard edge grab strat. He doesn't have
    a great individual strat, but it's very repetitive and is fairly easy to pull
    off. When you drop through the platform, charge his smash up A attack. Release
    it to hit them all as they drop. Just repeat this to KO them. It starts off
    needing about 3 charged smash attacks to KO them all, but will take a few more
    as you progress because it weakens.
                                                     [15.] Items
    Here is some general information on items that you should/shouldn't use, and
    other random things that will help improve your game (if you play matches with
    === {15A.} Miscellaneous Information ===
    1.  Catching Items Thrown at You: There are two ways you can catch an item that
        is thrown at you.  One way is one the ground and the other is in the air.
        If you catching something thrown at you while you're on the ground, then
        press A right before it hits you (the timing is like that on a power
        shield, but not as strict).  To catch items while you are in the air, air
        dodge and then press A when the item nears you.  Then you can throw the
        item back down to whoever threw it at you.
    2.  Air Catching Items: To air catch an item, you must jump and hit Z when you
        touch it.  This will work for a neutral item (one on a platform or floating
        down after it dropped).  Doing this allows you to snatch items from under
        your opponent's nose and can give you an edge if you get a good enough
        item.  Also, if you throw an item at an opponent, jump and air catch it
        after it hits so you can string an item throwing combo together.
    3.  Dodging Items Used Against You: To dodge an item's attack, you should use
        the spot dodge for shooting weapons (Ray Gun, Star Rod etc.) and the air
        dodge for most of the others.  If you can easily catch items thrown at you,
        go ahead and do so.  If not, then use a forward tilt to cancel it out.  If
        they get a Pokemon, run away and hang from the edge or something.
        Basically, when they get an item, either dodge it, cancel it, or run away.
    === {15B.} Using Items Effectively ===
    |     Food:         |These restore anywhere from about 3% to 8% damage on you.|
    |                   |Most of the time, they come in Party Balls where large   |
    |                   |amounts of it will come flying out.  When you see this   |
    |                   |happen, Wavedash over and gobble it up.                  |
    | Maximum Tomato:   |This will restore 50% damage on you. It's uncommon, and  |
    |                   |can help you in a match when you're down by a life.  You |
    |                   |should air catch this if you see it on a platform or     |
    |                   |floating down, otherwise Wavedash over and pick it up.   |
    | Heart Container:  |The best recovery item, this will restore a whopping 100%|
    |                   |damage on you.  When you see one stop what you're doing  |
    |                   |and go get it.  Air catches are great if you see it early|
    |                   |enough, but make sure you get this.  It will turn the    |
    |                   |tide of the match so make it a point to get this if one  |
    |                   |appears (it's very rare though).                         |
    |    Warp Star:     |When you grab a hold on to one of these, you will rocket |
    |                   |to the sky and come crashing down creating an explosion. |
    |                   |After you hit the ground you will bounce up so you can   |
    |                   |use an aerial if you opponent dodges it (it can be easily|
    |                   |air dodged when timed right).  You can also move these   |
    |                   |left and right, but be careful where you move them when  |
    |                   |you're near the ledge.  On an interesting note, if your  |
    |                   |opponent has godly reflexes they can repel this with     |
    |                   |Falco's/Fox's reflector shield (Down B).                 |
    |    Ray Gun:       |This shoots blasts of energy at your enemy (it has 16    |
    |                   |shots).  If they can't dodge well, keep firing these     |
    |                   |shots for a near instant kill (they won't be able to get |
    |                   |out of the blasts).  If you're facing a Falco/Fox or     |
    |                   |Mario/Doctor Mario don't use this because they can easily|
    |                   |reflect it.  This is a great weapon to kill someone with |
    |                   |when you need one, so use it whenever you have one.  If  |
    |                   |they can get out of your blasts, fire around 13 shots and|
    |                   |then throw it.  When they pick it up, they probably won't|
    |                   |know it will be shooting blanks in a couple of seconds,  |
    |                   |which will leave them open for attack.                   |
    |   Super Scope:    |This is a powerful gun that if you hit with a fully      |
    |                   |charged laser, your opponent is dead (to charge up just  |
    |                   |hold A).  It can easily be Spot Dodged, however (what you|
    |                   |should do if someone is charging it up at you) and can be|
    |                   |reflected by Fox, Mario etc.  A good way to get one      |
    |                   |charged up is to jump into the air and start charging,   |
    |                   |release when you hit the ground.  If the charged shot is |
    |                   |too risky (it usually is) then tap A to get them caught  |
    |                   |up in a stream of shots.  They can DI towards you though,|
    |                   |so when you see them coming near that's your queue to    |
    |                   |stop firing.                                             |
    |   Fire Flower:    |This is one of the least useful items there is.  It can  |
    |                   |fire for around 6 seconds and get your opponent caught up|
    |                   |in the fire.  Use it when their up against a wall for    |
    |                   |maximum effects.  Whatever you do, do NOT use this to    |
    |                   |edgeguard because it will allow them to use their Up B   |
    |                   |again, thus getting back.  Overall this item isn't too   |
    |                   |great; it can be easily avoided and has some wind down   |
    |                   |lag which is bad.                                        |
    |   Lip's Stick:    |Now this is a great item.  Whenever you hit someone with |
    |                   |it, they will sprout a flower on their head which will   |
    |                   |deal them damage periodically.  The flower can grow      |
    |                   |massive dealing large amounts of damage also if you hit  |
    |                   |with it enough.  You should throw this, then catch it and|
    |                   |repeat for damage to quickly rack up.                    |
    |    Star Rod:      |This is a rod that shoots out 16 tiny stars (but around  |
    |                   |4-5 when Sheik or Captain Falcon use it).  It is better  |
    |                   |thrown then used because it sends your opponents at a low|
    |                   |projectile and very far.  You can also repeatedly throw  |
    |                   |this without much fear of it disappearing.  I'd say never|
    |                   |attack with this item, throwing it is way too good to    |
    |                   |give up.                                                 |
    |   Beam Sword:     |The Beam Sword is a tiny purple sword that grows in      |
    |                   |length when you use a smash attack with it.  It will grow|
    |                   |pretty long and has a lot of power.  You can throw it if |
    |                   |you want, but swinging is a better option because it has |
    |                   |great range (along with some wind down lag) and has a ton|
    |                   |of power.  This right here is a great KO weapon.         |
    |   Home Run Bat:   |This is the infamous bat from Home Run Contest.  If you  |
    |                   |hit someone with this (a smash attack) then they are     |
    |                   |dead.  One on one it's hard to hit with, but is easier in|
    |                   |a group.  I don't think anyone would get hit with this   |
    |                   |(the startup lag is big), so you should throw it instead |
    |                   |for some damage and a possible KO.  Throw it at someone  |
    |                   |recovering for deadly effects (make sure not to give them|
    |                   |back their Up B, though).                                |
    |      Fan:         |This is your standard paper fan that attacks very quickly|
    |                   |and is hard to DI out of.  When you snag one, go up to   |
    |                   |your opponent and just neutral A the heck out of them for|
    |                   |some good damage.  When your opponent DI's out of the    |
    |                   |attack, quickly throw the fan at them.  I personally     |
    |                   |throw this more than use it to attack, but the neutral   |
    |                   |A's have gotten many a player caught up in a huge attack.|
    |     Hammer:       |When one of these appears, go and grab it.  You will     |
    |                   |barbarically swing it around and other players will run  |
    |                   |in terror (it's a one hit kill when they have above 30%  |
    |                   |damage).  The head of the hammer will fall off 25% of the|
    |                   |time, leaving you vulnerable.  BUT, if you grab the head |
    |                   |of the hammer and chuck it at someone, you have an       |
    |                   |instant kill.  It's a great item and all, but if the head|
    |                   |falls off your pretty much dead, and you can fall in pits|
    |                   |without any chance to recover if it's still going.       |
    |   Green Shell:    |This is a classical item that will deal a lot of damage  |
    |                   |when thrown/kicked and also has a fairly high knockback. |
    |                   |When thrown it will slide along the floor hitting        |
    |                   |anything in its path and finally fall off the stage.  If |
    |                   |you want to get the most use out of this shell, throw it |
    |                   |down or up at someone, that way it won't go away when it |
    |                   |lands.                                                   |
    |   Red Shell:      |Similar to the green shell, the red shell will also slide|
    |                   |along the stage, but will stay on one platform and will  |
    |                   |home in on the nearest player; knocking them into the air|
    |                   |and dealing some damage.  This item is rather annoying,  |
    |                   |as characters with reflectors can knock it back at you   |
    |                   |dealing more damage than usual.  Your best bet is to use |
    |                   |high jumps or go to another platform to avoid this one.  |
    |    Flipper:       |This may not seem like a great item, but when used right |
    |                   |it is.  When you throw it, it will stay in the air for a |
    |                   |short period of time.  It will knock anyone away who     |
    |                   |touches it (including you) and then spins wildly.  A very|
    |                   |good way to use this is to throw it off the edge, because|
    |                   |anyone recovering will get spiked if they hit the bottom |
    |                   |of it.                                                   |
    |    Freezie:       |This is one of my favorite items in the game.  The       |
    |                   |freezie will slide along the ground until it's either    |
    |                   |picked up or falls off of the stage.  When you pick one  |
    |                   |up throw it at someone to encase them in ice and pop them|
    |                   |very high into the air.  Also, they will fall off of the |
    |                   |stage if you throw it at them when they are near the     |
    |                   |edge.  When whoever was hit with it comes back down,     |
    |                   |smash the hell out of them to quickly rack up damage.    |
    |   Mr. Saturn:     |This is an odd item that walks around the stage and hits |
    |                   |anything in its path, possibly exploding bombs and other |
    |                   |useful items.  When you throw it at someone it won't     |
    |                   |really move them at all and only deal a little damage.   |
    |                   |The trick here is to throw it at them while their shield |
    |                   |is up, because it destroys the shield almost completely. |
    |                   |If you get two good hits while their shield is up and    |
    |                   |it's broken.  Once that happens you can use whatever     |
    |                   |attack you want, I would suggest either an Up B or fully |
    |                   |charged smash.                                           |
    |    Pokeball:      |One of the best items there is, although it is complete  |
    |                   |luck whether you will get a good Pokemon or not.  When   |
    |                   |you pick up a Pokemon, always throw it downwards and next|
    |                   |to your opponent.  Also, always help your Pokemon out.   |
    |                   |Once you release one grab your opponent and throw him at |
    |                   |your Pokemon so you will get the best results.  If you   |
    |                   |get a crap Pokemon - like Wobuffet or Goldeen - don't    |
    |                   |fret.  But when you get a useful one - Zapdos, Weezing or|
    |                   |Entei, always try to knock your opponent over towards it.|
    |                   |And if someone gets the Pokeball before you, run far away|
    |                   |and battle on the opposite side of the stage so you don't|
    |                   |get hurt or killed by the Pokemon.                       |
    |                   |                                                         |
    |                   |*Note that you can pick up and Electrode when it turns   |
    |                   |black, but you must throw it immediately.                |
    |     Bob-bomb:     |One of the best and most dangerous items out there.  When|
    |                   |you throw it, it causes massive damage (usually a KO if  |
    |                   |they have around 50% damage) but if it's left alone it   |
    |                   |will walk around and then explode.  Don't throw it at    |
    |                   |close quarters though, because you will get hit by the   |
    |                   |explosion.  A safe way to throw it is to jump over them, |
    |                   |throw it down and then perform an air dodge.  If you pick|
    |                   |one up before it's about to explode then roll and you    |
    |                   |won't get hit (this will also get you the Bob-bomb Squad |
    |                   |Bonus).                                                  |
    |   Motion Sensor   |This is one of the "stealthy" items in the game.  When   |
    |       Bomb:       |you throw it, it will stick to whatever it hits (except  |
    |                   |another character).  When you get close to it, it will   |
    |                   |explode usually resulting in someone getting killed.  One|
    |                   |way to use this effectively is to throw it at the other  |
    |                   |side of the stage and (hopefully) let your opponent      |
    |                   |forget about it.  You can then wait for them to walk into|
    |                   |it, or throw them into it for great results.  Also try to|
    |                   |throw one right on the ledge, that way anyone recovering |
    |                   |will explode if they don't land on the stage.            |
    |  Super Mushroom:  |This mushroom will make anyone grow to massive           |
    |                   | proportions, gaining weight and power.  Your down smash |
    |                   |will be doubly effective here because it will cover a lot|
    |                   | of space.  Also it will be harder for the opponent to   |
    |                   | kill you.  Basically, this gives you a stat boost for a |
    |                   | while, a prime time to make a kill.                     |
    |  Poison Mushroom: |This mushroom will make you very small, and also very    |
    |                   |light.  Thus, if you get one of these you better run     |
    |                   |because any smash attack is going to kill you.  This is  |
    |                   |definitely not a good item and should be avoided (the    |
    |                   |problem is it's hard to tell apart from the Super        |
    |                   |Mushroom).  If you do pick one of these |up, Wavedash out|
    |                   |of the way quick otherwise you're as good as dead.       |
    |    Starman:       |This is one of the best items because it makes you       |
    |                   |invincible.  It will bounce around the level until it    |
    |                   |falls off or someone picks it up.  When you see one      |
    |                   |immediately go and grab it.  When you have it, your      |
    |                   |opponent will most likely run away.  So you should       |
    |                   |Wavedash towards them, and then jump backwards and attack|
    |                   |(they should try to jump back over you, its all in the   |
    |                   |mind games).  Once you get that first hit, proceed to    |
    |                   |pummel them for the time you're invincible.              |
    |    Parasol:       |This item will slow your descent speed making it easier  |
    |                   |to recover and also has decent power when swung as a     |
    |                   |smash attack.  When you throw it upwards it will take a  |
    |                   |while to come back down because it falls very slow.  It  |
    |                   |has very little power when thrown so stick to swinging   |
    |                   |this one.  Also, if you want to stop falling slow, hit   |
    |                   |down and you will fold up the parasol and fall at normal |
    |                   |speed.  Do this when you reach the stage otherwise you   |
    |                   |will be a very easy target to hit.                       |
    |  Screw Attack:    |While holding this item, your first two jumps will mimic |
    |                   |Samus' Up B attack.  Basically you will turn in a yellow |
    |                   |ball and damage anyone when you jump.  When you throw it |
    |                   |at someone it will cause around 30% damage and will make |
    |                   |them vulnerable to attack after they stop spinning.      |
    |                   |Throwing this item is the best option.                   |
    |                   |                                                         |
    |                   |*Note that fast fallers will make a very small arc when  |
    |                   |hit with this.  Throw it at someone recovering for an    |
    |                   |easy kill if they are far from the stage.                |
    |   Metal Box:      |When you hit one of these you will turn metal, making you|
    |                   |heavier. Thusly, you won't fly as far but you will fall  |
    |                   |very quick, making your recovery worse than it already   |
    |                   |is.  I would let your opponent get this one because if   |
    |                   |you get hit off your pretty much done for.  But if you   |
    |                   |decided to get it, go to the center of the stage so you  |
    |                   |have less chance of falling off it.                      |
    |    Bunny Hood:    |When you pick up this item, you will have a pair bunny   |
    |                   |ears on top of your head.  This item will make you jump  |
    |                   |very high, run very quickly, and also you will fall      |
    |                   |quickly.  It's hard to control with the unnaturally high |
    |                   |jump and the insane speed but can help you play a keep   |
    |                   |away game.  Dash canceling is necessary if you want to   |
    |                   |use smashes because you will often run right past them.  |
    |                   |This item isn't that useful but can help you keep away   |
    |                   |from someone.                                            |
    |  Cloaking Device: |When you pick this item up (it looks like a round blue   |
    |                   |thing) you will turn almost invisible and won't take any |
    |                   |damage when your hit.  You can still be killed while     |
    |                   |wearing this, depending on how much damage you have.     |
    |                   |Once you get used to wearing this item it's really useful|
    |                   |to get a KO if you're quick enough.  Make sure you know  |
    |                   |where you are while using this, because you have a chance|
    |                   |of jumping off the stage if you're not careful.          |
    |  Barrel Cannon:   |This is a rare item that has a white arrow painted on it.|
    |                   |When thrown it will roll along the ground and suck in    |
    |                   |anyone it hits.  They will then have to shoot themselves |
    |                   |out of the cannon by pressing A.  If you get caught in   |
    |                   |the barrel, then hit A when the arrow is facing the      |
    |                   |direction you want to go.                                |
    |  Party Ball:      |This is a round ball that opens to release a bunch of    |
    |                   |different items.  If you throw it the ball will float    |
    |                   |upwards and then release items (you can also hit it until|
    |                   |it opens).  42% of the time it will contain a couple of  |
    |                   |random items, 36% of the time it will release a whole    |
    |                   |bunch of food, 12% of the time it will release five      |
    |                   |bob-bombs at one time, and 10% of the time the ball      |
    |                   |itself will explode.                                     |
    === {15C.} Items (Generally) Banned in Tournaments ===
    1.   Food
    2.   Maximum Tomato
    3.   Heart Container
    4.   Home Run Bat (maybe)
    5.   Bob-bomb
    6.   Super Mushroom
    7.   Poison Mushroom
    8.   Starman
    9.   Cloaking Device
    10.  Party Ball
    *Note: It is ultimately the tournament holder's decision on whether items will
    be turned on or off and which ones will be banned.  They could ban any item
    they want just because they don't like it.  This list is a general basis of
    what items will be turned off if items are allowed.  Some of these won't be
    banned, but items like the food and Cloaking Device most likely will.
                                                  [16.] The End
    === {16A.} Thanks ===
    Magus17 would like to thank:
    Windu: He formatted this entire FAQ for me.  He also gave the definition of
    priority, and listed how much each attack had.  Not only that, but he helped me
    in the Character Strategies section and sent me videos to help me write them.
    He also gave me the motivation to finish writing this guide. He also fixed many
    typos and helped make things sound better/explain them better. Without him, 
    mine would never be complete.  Also, his mad definition-making skillz and 
    understanding of the game improved and clarified and glorified the whole FAQ by
    at least 73.92%.
    |!!!THANKS WINDU!!!|
    XiF: He gave me the Intermediate and World Record Break the Target strategies, 
    along with the world record time.  He also gave my FAQ the stamp of approval
    so I could start writing in the first place.  Also, he started the Great SSBM
    FAQ Plan, which inspired me to write a guide in the first place.  Not only
    that, he made me write more character strats one night, and helped me with
    them.  Not only that, but he made the ASCII Luigi picture along with the
    Decadent One: He also gave me the consent to go ahead and write this guide.
    Also, I would like to say that he owns with Bowser. >_>
    thedan11: He gave me the Hard to World Record strategies for Home Run Contest,
    and also was an inspiration for me to get better at HRC.  Not only that, he
    helped me learn Luigi's bat drop combo's, so I can one day hit a great score.
    Not only that, he was the first HRC pro I spoke with, and basically taught me
    most of what I know today.
    Sskeeto: He let me use his Beginner to Advanced strategies for Home Run
    Contest, along with the descriptions on how to do Luigi's bat drops.  He also
    wrote an awesome HRC guide, which happens to be at gamefaqs.com.  Go there for
    all your HRC needs.
    Pmac135: He told me about the dashing attack while holding an item, and gave me
    general strategies for All Star Very Hard mode.  He would like anyone who has
    questions about Wavedashing or Stadium to contact him (his AIM is Lord Pmac).
    Also, he is godly with Luigi, I would just like to note that. >_>
    r1k: He gave me the 10 Man Melee strategies for Luigi, something I could've
    never figured out on my own.  Not only that, he wrote a whole guide with videos
    to show you how to complete the strats.  A link to it can be found here:
    http://www.angelfire.com/games5/r1k/smash/10mm_FAQ_v2.9.txt.  He also let me
    use his copyright info, I just changed around the words, XD!
    PYh189: For giving me general strategies on 100 man melee, 15 minute melee and
    Endless Melee.  He told me what moves to use, and what items will help you get
    faster times/kills.  Those helped out a whole lot.
    Thieumccloud:  For giving me general strategies on 3 and 15 minute melee. He
    also told me what moves/items I should use to get more kills.  It was a great
    help, and helped me complete my guide.
    spookisfat:  He let me use his general herding strategies and actual strategy
    for Luigi's Cruel Melee.  He has a Cruel Melee guide on gamefaqs.com, and you
    should definitely check it out if you want to start playing it.  It's a great
    guide and a staple to any Cruel Melee player.
    pictish freak: For helping me understand what defines a sex kick, and also
    telling me not to use l-cancel as the same word for air dodge.  I had always
    called l-canceling and air dodging the same thing, but he helped me realize how
    wrong I was.
    David Kirk:  Without him, I would've not been able to write up a strategy for
    Mr. Game and Watch.  He gave me every piece of information in that strat, and I
    thank him greatly for it.  I couldn't have finished this without him.
    shdwrptr: For helping me in HRC with a bunch of different characters.  He
    helped me learn bat drops, gave me strategies and also a bunch of motivation.
    Conquer RON: For also helping me with a bunch of different characters in HRC.
    Like shdw, he helped me learn different character's bat drops and gave me 
    motivation and strats to use.
    SurfingVaporeon: He told me that Mewtwo wasn't a heavy character, he is in fact
    And thank you, the reader for reading this Luigi FAQ that I hope will help you
    Teh Windu would like to thank:
    Teh Windu: Without his awesomeness and experitse at everything that has to do
    with gaming, formatting, and life in general, nothing in this world would be
    Magus17: I...I guess I could say he gave me the bare bones of the FAQ for me to
    awesomeate and spice up and upgrade and make readable and stuff...>_>
    XiF: Although he didn't help me as much as Magus did (my right-hand man in the
    makings of the FAQ), throughout the formatting he kept me focused while we
    talked over AIM (or maybe he split my focus...>_>). Either way, he's a good guy
    to know and along with Magus, a good friend over the 'Net.
    Everyone involved in the "Great SSBM FAQ Plan": Qwester, Decandant One,
    NintendoAddict, and CunningKitsune, along with all the rest of the gang have
    been great. They're all really nice and friendly and if D1 is reading this, I
    hope he gets AIM or MSN soon..
    Teh YP: You don't know him, but he's my best friend. He's the one that owns the
    game. I just play it every day.
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