Min Min from ARMS!!!
Character releases next monday!
Various Gameplay elements:
Air Smash Attacks?
Using multiple arms individually
Changing Right Arm
Light vs. Strong imputs
Different grounded and airiel up-b
Dragon power-up after grabs
There's a prevailing opinion among my party that "attacking four times is not as cool as casting meteor swarm". Our level 20 Fighter PC has simply accepted this, and decided to just be content with playing a level 20 character even if he can't do the "coolest stuff in the game".
Last session our DM proved us horribly, horribly wrong.
Whenever Darnic [lvl 20 Fighter] would attack, our DM would go into freaking anime mode describing greatsword swings that rend the air, cause miniature claps of thunder, and Darnic would occasionally vanish because my tiny elf eyes could not comprehend his speed. His sword appeared like a feather in his hands, but a guillotine to his opponents.
After complimenting our DM on his handling of the "four attack fighter" he had this to say: "WotC isn't just saying 'level 20 fighters can attack four times'. They're saying 'the ability to attack four times in one action is equally difficult and impressive as the ability to call meteors from the sky'."... keep reading on reddit ➡
Well that was unexpected!
It is a common refrain I hear: 5th Edition Melee combatants typically don't have much to do outside of a few subclass abilities and melee attacks. Well I'm here to contend that Fighters and Barbarians are RIDICULOUS battlefield controllers, surpassing spellcasters until they get access to level 4 or 5 spells in the midgame, while still never really losing utility as a controller all the way to level 20.
#SOME things that people typically don't know about Grapple & Shove
Seeing Alistair's ''One more title run'' post on Instagram got me thinking that he has had a heck of a legendary career without winning a UFC Title. And I think you can very well make an argument that he is the greatest fighter to fight in the UFC to never win a UFC Title.
He's won championships in other major promotions (Strikeforce and Dream). He's beaten many former UFC Champions in Junior Dos Santos,Frank Mir,Vitor Belfort,Brock Lesnar,Andrei Arlovski, and he's won the trilogy with Fabricio Werdum. He's a case of a guy who has consistently beaten Champion Level fighters but just on the wrong night. And the guy has big time longevity;he has 65 MMA Bouts across his long career. And most impressively, after all of those fights (not many fighters reach 65 fights) he's still a Top Ten fighter today sitting at Number 7 right now in the UFC rankings. His ability to stay competitive and at a high level across the years and eras is incredible. And he's consistently maintained a high num... keep reading on reddit ➡
Yes we couldn't return it, yes they said they'll buy me the FP2, Yes it's FIGHTER PASS 1, Please only enter if you need it, good luck everyone!
Just to be clear FIGHTER PASS 1.
Edit: Also yes I love them
I was watching a video of Artem Lobov on TUF. As he was walking in to fight Mehdi Baghdad, Urijah says to Conor " what do they call this guy? The Human Torso?" And the camera pans to Artem walking in the cage in his compression shorts and I lost my shit.
> Join Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Director Masahiro Sakurai on 6/22 at 7am PT for a roughly 35-minute video livestream featuring an in-depth look at the upcoming DLC fighter from ARMS!
Watch the presentation right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_NNyXaBW-I
Y'all can talk freely about the fighter reveal in this thread.
However, if you want to post anything in the sub about the new fighter, please mark it as spoiler. Some people won't be able to see it live and prefer watching the presentation whenever they can: let's be good boys and girls and let them scroll through reddit without being spoiled by your best memes.
You can also join us on Discord to talk about the reveal!
Ninjara (Brawler) from Arms
Heihachi (Brawler) from Tekken
Marie (Gunner) and Callie (Brawler) from Splatoon
Vault Boy (Gunner) from Fallout
“Can I be honest with you?”
“Your mom is most likely never going to come off a ventilator if we intubate. If we intubate her, she’ll likely die on a machine.”
“She’s a fighter, I want everything done.”
Mom has been essentially braindead for the last couple days.
From the chart:
87F w/PMH of COPD, HTN, HLD, DM2, gout, hypothyroidism, dementia. COVID positive, hypoxic, the run of the mill tragedy which has thankfully tapered off these last few weeks. Mom’s hospitalization course significant for an ICU stay requiring intubation, eventually transferred to the floors after her daughter rescinded the DNI/DNR.
For the first two weeks, the HCP/daughter (never “her” daughter, it’s always “the” daughter) chose not to make her mom suffer. She declined pointless hemodialysis or repeat intubation. Mom already spent a week and a half on the tube, would have had a peaceful Natural Death had we not gone Frankenstein Medicine on her.
She’s spent the last 48 hours with an SpO... keep reading on reddit ➡
I've been seeing a lot of discussion over what deserves the title of Fight of the Year (an absurd discussion, given that we've only just reached July). There have been a lot of conflicting opinions: some say that Zhang/Jedrzejcyzk was better because it was back and forth for longer. Others claim that Poirier/Hooker was better due to the higher skill level of the men's LW division and the knockout potential. I say that these conclusions, however well-argued, are still mired in opinion and subject to bias.
So, in order to at last arrive at the objective fact of which was the better fight: I have turned to the Points in Scrabble Score, or PISS test. This test works to determine the quality of a fight by comparing the fighters' name values in the classic board game Scrabble (trademark Mattel Incorporated).
Materials and Methods
All data analysis was done using Python.
Using the Excel spreadsheets tabulated by /u/StunPumpkin in [th... keep reading on reddit ➡
I've said this in a comment before, but I thought I'd write it up, since fighter pay is a hot topic right now.
I was playing career mode in EA's UFC 3. At first, it really sucked, but I was an unknown fighter, so I thought it made sense. My gym was relatively cheap, and I grabbed whatever fight I could. I could pick my opponent, and since my guy wasn't a strong submission expert, I tried to pick strikers.
Then, I got on Dana's radar. He made a "tweet" about wanting to see me in the big time. It still took me about 6 fights to even level up to the next gym, and that was just membership. I got my next contract, but it was nothing stellar. As I started getting bigger, I lost my ability to pick my fights (limited to one opponent), and my camp pretty much took up most of my winnings.
One thing to note: Your camp time allows you to train, learn new moves, rehab, or spar. It also allows you to self promote, volunteer, or promote for the UFC. It's zero-sum, so if you do all training, y... keep reading on reddit ➡
I am poor, so instead of a silver/gold/platinum, I'll reply to the first person I see who gets it right with a picture of my dog.