Pokémon Sword and Shield are over a month old now, and players are already hard at work searching for their favorite Shiny Pokémon. Unfortunately, finding wild Shiny Pokémon is more difficult than it’s been for a long time, meaning hatching eggs can be your new go-to! If you’re looking to hatch a Shiny Pokémon of your own, look no further!
“Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more”
-King Henry from William Shakespeare’s Henry V
The Smash League of Amiibo Pairs is making it’s triumphant return! For those who don’t know, this is likely the longest running Amiibo Tournament in the world (S.L.A.P. Season 00 started in January of 2015). What started as a small local tournament hosted among my Smash Bros. group has ballooned into a worldwide event with one of the most coveted trophies in all of amiibodom- the S.L.A.P. Trophmiibo!
Those are both words by the way. It’s science.
Now, this isn’t your average tournament. It’s pure insanity. Amiibo Doubles. Items on. Stage Hazards on. Something called the Anti-Playoffs. You want in on this? I think you kind of do. We’ve had to change the format up a bit to accommodate the larger group size but trust me, it’s as wild as ever. Only one tournament produces moments like this so jump in and embrace the sweet touch of madness.
Very small update on the tournament’s prize pool and rule set!
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