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How to train a Ryu amiibo in Super Smash Bros. 4

A complete summary of Ryu’s performance in Super Smash Bros. 4 can be found on the character’s information page. It includes strengths and weaknesses, AI quirks, and an archive of tournament representation and results.

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Feeding your Amiibo vs. Leaving them Vanilla

The following is an archived post from the Amiibo Dojo. It has been uploaded to the Exion Vault for referential purposes and retains its original publication date; some of the post’s links may not function currently or exist at all.

Welcome! There are a lot of you out there who train your amiibo without equipment. There are also a lot of you who believe equipment is overpowered and/or stupid. However, I disagree. I’ve got a whole article ready to persuade you to think otherwise. Ready? Let the rant...er, I mean, educative post begin!

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A Guide to Feeding your Amiibo

The following is an archived post from the Amiibo Dojo. It has been uploaded to the Exion Vault for referential purposes and retains its original publication date; some of the post’s links may not function currently or exist at all.

Hey there! You’re probably here because you need some help feeding your amiibo. Well, if that’s the case, then you’ve come to the right place! This guide’s going to tell you a bunch of feeding-related stuff, like the best bonuses for your amiibo, and potential stat spreads. Let’s get started!

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Tournament Analysis: AWT #3

The following is an archived post from the Amiibo Dojo. It has been uploaded to the Exion Vault for referential purposes and retains its original publication date; some of the post’s links may not function currently or exist at all.

I recently entered and won Amiibo Dan’s third iteration of the Amiibo World Tournament. For this tournament, you needed to have a Powersaves or Android device to enter. You’d create a backup of your amiibo using this device (which is stored as a .bin file) and send it to Amiibo Dan. Using his amiiqo device, he’d then be able to scan it into Super Smash Bros. and have the amiibo fight each other. In this article, I’m going to go over how I prepared my Ness for the tournament, and why the odds were against him when the tournament began.

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