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#SSBBRank 41 – 50 : World Competitors

#SSBBRank is a project that the community has worked on with CLASH Tournaments to rank the top 100 players in Super Smash Bros. Brawl! The project looks at the best players in the scene with a focus on results since 2013. Read on to find the players ranked 41st through 50th, where we will now start to include the player results of four of some of the most important brawl tournaments we’ve had in the last 2 years – Apex 2013, SKTAR 2, Apex 2014, and SKTAR 3! Continue reading “#SSBBRank 41 – 50 : World Competitors” »

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#SSBBRank 71 – 80 : Professional Slayers

#SSBBRank is a project that the community has worked on with CLASH Tournaments to rank the top 100 players in Super Smash Bros. Brawl! The project looks at the best players in the scene with a focus on results since 2013. Read on to find the players ranked 71st through 80th, filled with players known for occasionally taking sets off some of the best players in the game! Continue reading “#SSBBRank 71 – 80 : Professional Slayers” »

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#SSBBRank 81 – 90 : Making Headlines

#SSBBRank is a project that the community has worked on with CLASH Tournaments to rank the top 100 players in Super Smash Bros. Brawl! The project looks at the best players in the scene with a focus on results since 2013. Read on to find the players ranked 81st through 90th, many of which who have caused some of the best upsets we’ve seen! Continue reading “#SSBBRank 81 – 90 : Making Headlines” »

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Priority… Or Lack Thereof

Hey guys, ESAM here and I’ve wanted to write this for a while. This article is about Priority in Smash…or rather how it doesn’t exist. A huge thing people talk about in Smash are the different characters and the inherent traits they possess. Dash speed, jump height, recovery, hitboxes; all of those type of things. One word gets thrown around when dealing with attacks, and that is “Priority.” I’m not 100% sure what people mean by this in general, and I’m here to tell you that priority doesn’t exist. Continue reading “Priority… Or Lack Thereof” »