“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.
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If at first you don’t succeed, try try again.
Last season, Dreamy Jay’s King Dedede, Mr. Mallet, dominated the competition and claimed the Rose Gold Peach trophy AND a $70 Nintendo eShop gift card! This season is looking like it will be even bigger than last! Do you have what it takes to be a pro? If so, read more and find out what it will take to be the champion of the Professional Amiibo League!
Continue reading Professional Amiibo League: The Return!
-a person competent or skilled in a particular activity.
Burr and Splice are joining forces to run an ongoing league dedicated to anyone who thinks they have what it takes to be the very best, like no one ever was. It’s format, the brainchild of Burr, is a unique blend of rules that will make it so, at the beginning of every season, anyone has a chance to claim the title of Amiibo Champion. However, to do so, you’re going to have to prove yourself season after season. There is no resting on your laurels even if you do make it into the League because upstarts are always looking to take your place.
So, if you think you might have what it takes, read on and find out how you can join… the Professional Amiibo League.
Continue reading Time to prove you’re a professional