History Memes / SuperSmashBros

30th Jun '16 7:55:00 PM LordAkira
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* Hoo! Hah! [[labelnote:Explanation]]Born at Paragon 2015 where a member of the crowd (StaticManny, now known as All Might)[[ForcedMeme kept shouting it]] whenever Diddy would use a down throw>up-aerial combo. Well-known player Hungrybox (who plays as Jigglypuff) got so irritated with hearing it that he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB-6oRB4ABo ragequit]], forfeiting the set.[[/labelnote]]

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* Hoo! Hah! [[labelnote:Explanation]]Born at Paragon 2015 where a member of the crowd (StaticManny, (Static Manny, now known as All Might)[[ForcedMeme Might) [[ForcedMeme kept shouting it]] whenever Diddy would use a down throw>up-aerial combo. Well-known player Hungrybox (who plays as Jigglypuff) got so irritated with hearing it that he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB-6oRB4ABo ragequit]], forfeiting the set.[[/labelnote]]
30th Jun '16 7:54:02 PM LordAkira
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* Hoo! Hah! [[labelnote:Explanation]]Born at Paragon 2015 where a member of the crowd [[labelnote:Explanation]]StaticManny, now known as All Might[[/labelnote]] [[ForcedMeme kept shouting it]] whenever Diddy would use a down throw>up-aerial combo. Well-known player Hungrybox (who plays as Jigglypuff) got so irritated with hearing it that he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB-6oRB4ABo ragequit]], forfeiting the set.[[/labelnote]]

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* Hoo! Hah! [[labelnote:Explanation]]Born at Paragon 2015 where a member of the crowd [[labelnote:Explanation]]StaticManny, (StaticManny, now known as All Might[[/labelnote]] [[ForcedMeme Might)[[ForcedMeme kept shouting it]] whenever Diddy would use a down throw>up-aerial combo. Well-known player Hungrybox (who plays as Jigglypuff) got so irritated with hearing it that he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB-6oRB4ABo ragequit]], forfeiting the set.[[/labelnote]]
30th Jun '16 7:53:15 PM LordAkira
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* Hoo! Hah! [[labelnote:Explanation]]Born at Paragon 2015 where a member of the crowd [[ForcedMeme kept shouting it]] whenever Diddy would use a down throw>up-aerial combo. Well-known player Hungrybox (who plays as Jigglypuff) got so irritated with hearing it that he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB-6oRB4ABo ragequit]], forfeiting the set.[[/labelnote]]

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* Hoo! Hah! [[labelnote:Explanation]]Born at Paragon 2015 where a member of the crowd [[labelnote:Explanation]]StaticManny, now known as All Might[[/labelnote]] [[ForcedMeme kept shouting it]] whenever Diddy would use a down throw>up-aerial combo. Well-known player Hungrybox (who plays as Jigglypuff) got so irritated with hearing it that he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB-6oRB4ABo ragequit]], forfeiting the set.[[/labelnote]]
20th Jun '16 7:31:18 AM Josef5678
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* Multishining [[labelnote:Explanation]] Fox can actually use his reflector multiple times in succession, but it is very hard to pull off. Of course, it is basically useless, but you will see every single newbie try to master the technique instead of more useful ones, like SHFFLing aerials or shine turnarounds. [[/labelnote]]
* Jigglypuff's back aerial [[labelnote:Explanation]] Jigglypuff's back aerial is famous for having a crazily disjointed hitbox that extends ridiculously long and does a fair amount of knockback, allowing for the Wall of Pain combo, where an opponent is comboed with aerials off the screen. [[/labenote]]

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* Multishining [[labelnote:Explanation]] Fox can actually use his reflector multiple times in succession, but it is very hard to pull off. Of course, it is basically useless, but you will see every single newbie try to master the technique instead of more useful ones, like SHFFLing [=SHFFLing=] aerials or shine turnarounds. [[/labelnote]]
* Jigglypuff's back aerial [[labelnote:Explanation]] Jigglypuff's back aerial is famous for having a crazily disjointed hitbox that extends ridiculously long and does a fair amount of knockback, allowing for the Wall of Pain combo, where an opponent is comboed with aerials off the screen. [[/labenote]][[/labelnote]]



* Wobbling [[labelnote:Explanation]] The Wobble, an infinite combo named after Ice Climbers player Wobbles, who saw great use of the technizque when he placed 2nd at EVO 2013 with great usage of it, occurs when one Ice Climber grabs and pummels the opponent while the other cClimber repeatedly attacks them after the pummels with a forward or down tilt. It is an inescapable combo, leading to a guaranteed stock if done correctly. It has generated extreme controversy in the community over whether it should be banned, but most major tournaments allow it because it does take some skill to pull off and all that is needed its to not fall into any of the setups. [[/labelnote]]

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* Wobbling [[labelnote:Explanation]] The Wobble, an infinite combo named after Ice Climbers player Wobbles, who saw great use of the technizque technique when he placed 2nd at EVO 2013 with great usage of it, occurs when one Ice Climber grabs and pummels the opponent while the other cClimber repeatedly attacks them after the pummels with a forward or down tilt. It is an inescapable combo, leading to a guaranteed stock if done correctly. It has generated extreme controversy in the community over whether it should be banned, but most major tournaments allow it because it does take some skill to pull off and all that is needed its to not fall into any of the setups. [[/labelnote]]
19th Jun '16 6:58:16 PM teapartycthulu
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* 20XX [[labelnote:Explanation]] The competetive Smash community dreams of a time known as 20XX, where everybody in Melee plays FOX at TAS levels of precision, with battles only being decided by controller port priority. Leads to the obvious chants of "20XX IS NOW!" whenever somebody pulls off a ridiculously stylish move as Fox. [[/labelnote]]

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* 20XX [[labelnote:Explanation]] The competetive Smash community dreams of a time known as 20XX, where everybody in Melee plays FOX at TAS levels of precision, with battles only being decided by controller port priority.priority, leading to the evolution of the Rock Paper Scissors metagame to decide matches. Leads to the obvious chants of "20XX IS NOW!" whenever somebody pulls off a ridiculously stylish move as Fox. [[/labelnote]]
* Multishining [[labelnote:Explanation]] Fox can actually use his reflector multiple times in succession, but it is very hard to pull off. Of course, it is basically useless, but you will see every single newbie try to master the technique instead of more useful ones, like SHFFLing aerials or shine turnarounds. [[/labelnote]]
* Jigglypuff's back aerial [[labelnote:Explanation]] Jigglypuff's back aerial is famous for having a crazily disjointed hitbox that extends ridiculously long and does a fair amount of knockback, allowing for the Wall of Pain combo, where an opponent is comboed with aerials off the screen. [[/labenote]]
* Marth's grab range [[labelnote:Explanation]] To save you a long explanation, Marth's grab range is longer than Yoshi's. Who extends his tongue out of his face to grab the opponent, compared to the little grab Marth does.[[/labelnote]]
* Crazy Peach luck [[labelnote:Explanation]] Whenever a Peach player in a match has crazy luck and pulls out multiple stitchfaces (which do a high amount of damage and knockback) or multiple bob-ombs (which are exceptionally rare), expect the commentators to be in complete shock about the favorable randomness. [[/labelnote]]
* Wobbling [[labelnote:Explanation]] The Wobble, an infinite combo named after Ice Climbers player Wobbles, who saw great use of the technizque when he placed 2nd at EVO 2013 with great usage of it, occurs when one Ice Climber grabs and pummels the opponent while the other cClimber repeatedly attacks them after the pummels with a forward or down tilt. It is an inescapable combo, leading to a guaranteed stock if done correctly. It has generated extreme controversy in the community over whether it should be banned, but most major tournaments allow it because it does take some skill to pull off and all that is needed its to not fall into any of the setups. [[/labelnote]]
* EASY MONEY!!! [[labelnote:Explanation]] Famous quote from Ganondorf player Bizarro Flame when challenged to a money match. When asked what would happen in the match, Bizarro gave a beautiful re-enactment of Ganondorf's up tilt. Quickly spread due to its meme-iness. [[/labelnote]]



* Brawl- Warlock Punch [[labelnote:Explanation]] Brawl Minus is aimed to balance Brawl by making every single character completely overpowered. Ganondorf's neutral special, the Warlock Punch, was edited to do 666% damage and essentially be a one-hit-KO, as it cannot be teched out of, cannot be usefully redirected with SDI or DI, is very hard to roll out of, has too long of a hitbox to be spotdodged, cannot be perfect shielded, cannot be countered, reflected, or interrupted in any way. It has been regarded as so egregiously bad, that talking about it on the Brawl Minus forums will immediately start a flame war and will get you a Warning.[[/labelnote]]

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* Brawl- Warlock Punch [[labelnote:Explanation]] Brawl Minus is aimed to balance Brawl by making every single character completely overpowered. Ganondorf's neutral special, the Warlock Punch, was edited to do 666% damage and essentially be a one-hit-KO, as it cannot be teched out of, cannot be usefully redirected with SDI or DI, is very hard to roll out of, has too long of a hitbox to be spotdodged, cannot be perfect shielded, cannot be countered, reflected, or interrupted in any way.way, as Ganondorf has super armor during the punch. The only way to dodge it is to use super armor, which is only really viable as Bowser, or if you can exploit a frame-perfect double jump as Yoshi. It has been regarded as so egregiously bad, that talking about it on the Brawl Minus forums will immediately start a flame war and will get you a Warning.[[/labelnote]]



* Some popular {{Mondegreen}}s include "Hands off my bread!", "Too easy, pizza-cake!", "Falcon Thrust!", "Rape the targets!", and "Landbastard!"

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* Some popular {{Mondegreen}}s include "Hands off my bread!", "Too easy, pizza-cake!", "Falcon Thrust!", "Rape the targets!", "Three for all!", and "Landbastard!"
7th Jun '16 5:37:36 PM santos32
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* $5.99 [[labelnote:explanation]]This stems from complaints about Bayonetta being overpowered, and potentially the best character in the game. Her DLC costs $5.99, so people use it to complain about the game being pay-to-win.[[/labelnote]]

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* $5.99 [[labelnote:explanation]]This stems from complaints about Bayonetta being overpowered, and potentially the best character in the game. Her DLC costs $5.99, so people use it to complain about the game being pay-to-win. Similar complaints have been put out for Cloud and Ryu, although the latter's DifficultButAwesome learning curve eases the pressure.[[/labelnote]]
6th Jun '16 10:26:06 PM Josef5678
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* Super Slash Relatively Realistically Proportioned Humans (or alternatively, just Super Slash Bros). [[labelnote:Explanation]]As of Corrin, there are no less than ''12'' sword fighters in Sm4sh (out of 58), and only 3 look rather cartoony. This has become a point of ridicule.[[/labelnote]]

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* Super Slash Relatively Realistically Proportioned Humans (or alternatively, just Super Slash Bros). [[labelnote:Explanation]]As of Corrin, there are no less than ''12'' sword fighters in Sm4sh [=Sm4sh=] (out of 58), and only 3 look rather cartoony. This has become a point of ridicule.[[/labelnote]]
6th Jun '16 5:45:08 PM nmn3r3
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* Super Slash Relatively Realistically Proportioned Humans (or alternatively, just Super Slash Bros). [[labelnote:Explanation]]As of Corrin, there are no less than ''12'' sword fighters in Sm4sh, and only 3 look rather cartoony. This has become a point of ridicule.[[/labelnote]]

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* Super Slash Relatively Realistically Proportioned Humans (or alternatively, just Super Slash Bros). [[labelnote:Explanation]]As of Corrin, there are no less than ''12'' sword fighters in Sm4sh, Sm4sh (out of 58), and only 3 look rather cartoony. This has become a point of ridicule.[[/labelnote]]
31st May '16 10:40:54 AM ShiningDestinyKai
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* We Tech Those! [[labelnote:Explanation]]A 'tech' occurs when you are slammed against a wall or floor and quickly recover without bouncing off. In advanced play, teching can save you from bouncing off the side of the platform to your doom, or getting caught in a devastating air combo. Expect this phrase to come up a lot when competitors succeed or fail at it and are punished dearly.[[/labelnote]]

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* We Tech Those! [[labelnote:Explanation]]A / No Tech Zone![[labelnote:Explanation]]A 'tech' occurs when you are slammed against a wall or floor and quickly recover without bouncing off. In advanced play, teching can save you from bouncing off the side of the platform to your doom, or getting caught in a devastating air combo. Expect this phrase these phrases to come up a lot when competitors succeed or fail at it and are punished dearly.[[/labelnote]]
29th May '16 3:45:30 PM teapartycthulu
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* 20XX [[labelnote:Explanation]] The competetive Smash community dreams of a time known as 20XX, where everybody in Melee plays FOX at TAS levels of precision, with battles only being decided by controller port priority. Leads to the obvious chants of "20XX IS NOW!" whenever somebody pulls off a ridiculously stylish move as Fox. [[/labelnote]]
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