Raising your Amiibo’s EXP

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Ironically, you can’t just train your amiibo yourself and expect it to win. No, in addition to that, your amiibo needs match experience against a variety of different opponents. In this article, I am going to help you “raise your amiibo’s EXP” by telling you what fighters you need to prepare for, and how to do so.

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Improving your amiibo’s defense with one training session

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Welcome! So, as you may or may not know, I’ve won a lot of amiibo tournaments with a wide variety of different characters. A lot of people have asked me – how did I do it? There’s one specific training session I use to get my amiibo to block and dodge, and today, I’m going to share all of the details with you. Let’s get started!

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Amiibo Dojo’s Pikachu is entering a tournament!

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This week has been absolutely insane so far. After over one month of preparing, I’m finally pulling off the Amiibo Dojo guides week, where I release one new training guide per day for one week. That’s a lot of work on its own, but to round the week off, I’m going to be participating in another one of Amiibo Dan’s tournaments.
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3/28 – 4/4: Amiibo Dojo Guides Week

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Hello there, dear readers. I’ve been working for over a month preparing something awesome for you all. From March 28th to April 4th, I will be releasing one new training guide per day for a grand total of seven new ones! All of them will be free to view and available to everyone. I’m going to quickly tell you which characters are going to be covered this week.

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Using Ganondorf CPUs to train your amiibo

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So, there’s this really old training trick. I don’t even know who it was “discovered” by, but it seems to work. After some extensive testing, I’ve found that I really like this method – training amiibo from Level 1 to Level 50 is, in my eyes, very boring – it’s post-Level 50 training that really intrigues me. The Ganondorf method that I’m going to talk about in this post can run in the background while I do something else, and this makes things way easier on me.

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Amiibo Dojo Updates: February 2016

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Hey guys, Cloud here again. …Not sure why I keep saying that, because nobody else publishes articles here.

Ah well, that’s besides the point. There’s a few things I’d like to talk about in today’s post – including new guides, statistics, and upcoming site changes.

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