Spirits are one of the most unique (and most unbalanced) components of amiibo training in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. They’re kind of like power boosts for your Figure Players; using Spirits, you can increase their attack strength, decrease the amount of damage they take, and let them inherit special bonus effects that come with a wide variety of powers. And they can be a bit overwhelming to new trainers — understandably so! It’s time to talk all about Spirits in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate!
When Pokémon Sword & Shield were first announced, I was excited – I’ve been a fan of the Pokémon series for years, after all – but as we know, Sword & Shield have been the subject of scrutiny for some time now. I’ve played Pokémon Sword for 800 hours, give or take, and I think it’s finally time for me to write out my complete thoughts on the entirety of the game. And believe me, we are going to be covering all of it.
Most players have already formed an opinion on Sword & Shield, and most of them are understandably negative. If you’re somehow still on the fence regarding these games, my goal is to change that. Buckle up and put on your reading glasses, because today’s review is going to be our longest yet. Let’s get started!
We’ve done it. As of today, we’ve reached the peak of amiibo training content. As you may well know, we’ve got over one hundred posts dedicated to teaching new trainers how to raise the strongest amiibo. It’s time to break that streak, because today, we’re going to talk about all the worst training methods out there, and how you can use them to create the most pitiful and pathetic Figure Player you’ll ever see. If you’re interested in reading a thousand words of pure mediocrity, you’ve come to the right place — let’s get started! Continue reading Training the worst amiibo in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
If you’ve read much of our amiibo content on-site, you’ve probably heard the word “hard-coded” a lot. It’s a really important word to know, too. The short definition of hard-coded is “a behavior you can’t change”. We’ll go into a bit more detail in just a moment, but for now, know that if we say a behavior is hard-coded, it means that you can’t fix it with any amount of training. There are hard-coded behaviors in both Super Smash Bros. 4 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but for this post, we’re going to be talking about the relevant game (Ultimate, though some might argue otherwise).
It goes without saying that rupees are really important in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, especially when you’ve beaten the game and are trying to raise all of your fighters to their max level of 100. Of course, you need rupees to purchase materials and fuse weapons, too. Before we go ahead with the guide, keep in mind that some of the methods I have listed here are best used after you beat the game. No spoilers here, by the way, so if you’re trying to avoid them, you’re all good to keep reading!