If anything, it could be argued that the incidence of unarmed

  • But man I wouldn't want to be a young teen today. Our shit was just beginning to be on the Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells world wide web back when communities were smaller and also we could go delete things we mentioned or used different names for everything. Now if you're even decent at anything everyone knows who you are and screencaps any mildly offensive thing you ever say.

    Man if they could have been in a number of the large level halo scrims I was in back then everyone there could be perma-cancelled.

    My problem was only with the Fire Emblem franchise, as many have said. I really like Ike and I am glad he is in, but he sure does complicate things. Fire Emblem will not get over 3 repetitions unless this match has 50+ characters, and I think it's too varied a string for many of its reps to become blue-haired celebrity users. Honestly, what could simplify matters was if Marth simply didn't come back, but he is too important to the series and he is a veteran(for the record, I am glad he's back, I'm just saying it would simplify things if he wasn't).

    There are NO defining traits about him that warrent the addition into Brawl. None. I am not knowledgeable about the FE series, but gimme Hector, even in the event that you gotta possess somebody. Or an Intriguing swordfighter.

    Could among the Ike fans please point out to me what makes Ike different? Why is Ike so unqiue that he wants to be included into what might possibly be the very best figthing game of all time?

    That's your opinion, and you're eligible for it. Do not make the mistake of assuming it to be some rule for SSB, though. We have absolutely no indication that Sakurai is concerned about the weapons used by each individual persona -- and if anything, the very fact that novices are using swords in greater numbers this time (watch Pit, Meta Knight, and Ike; and that is with barely over half the expected roster revealed) is an indication that he isn't very concerned about it. Super Smash Brothers isn't Street Fighter -- theres no"unwritten rule" limiting weapons use to a minimal or providing fist-fighters a taste over weapon-wielders.

    If anything, it could be argued that the incidence of unarmed fighters would be best balanced out from the inclusion of more weapon-users, swords or (that's not an argument I'd make myself, but it could be produced with much more merit than the debate that there are too many swords-users). Besides, the simple truth is that swords are the most common weapon offered to video game heroes, because they are the archetypical epic weapon --'ve been because the Samurai of Japan and buy Animal Crossing Items the myths of the knights of Europe. There is no good reason to penalize characters such as that. The character's weapon or fighting style of selection is not a good reason to restrict them from SSB; its nothing but pure private prejudice.