The 'Shroom:Issue XXXII/Brawl Tactics
Welcome back to Brawl Tactics! FunkyK38 here, with this month's strategy!
This month I will be covering the stage Pokemon Stadium 2. This stage is one of my personal favorites, because I'm a Pokemon trainer at heart.
This stage has a few cool things and a few not so cool things about it. One of the cool things is the background: What could be cooler than Brawling with many people cheering you on? The monitor tells you who the leader is, and it tells the time if you are doing a timed Brawl.
This stage also changes to match a Pokemon type. The worst type, in my opinion, is the Wind- type stage, because when you're trying to land on the stage after jumping, the wind will push you back down. But, you could use this to your advantage with the smash ball, or attacking from the air.
Another thing about this stage is that, because it is Pokemon, there are a lot of Pokeballs dropping from the sky. Quite a few times I've cracked one open and found that I have Ho-Oh and Sacred Fire at my command. This could be good or bad, depending on how you look at it. I get lots of legendary Pokemon here, but I get the rare ones like Mew or Celebi at Pokemon Stadium 1.
A bad thing about this stage is that it's so small. Often I find myself throwing a Pokeball right off the stage, and that's not what I want to do. The size helps with knocking other players around, though, so that's good.
All in all, Pokemon Stadium 2 is a pretty awesome stage to Brawl at, if you like Pokemon. If you don't, well, maybe next month's edition will interest you more.
If the player falls of an edge, Your best choice is up special or if the player is playing an Character with an tether it's a good Idea to use that tether! Fast but weak characters can deal a lot of damage in some time! When the player has dealed enough damage They should use their most powerful attack. Powerful but slow characters can deal of damage but are REALLY slow! They can send characters flying in a short ammount of time! Those are some good tactics. See you next time!