My neighborhood has a sand volleyball court in our community park, which is right across the street from my (M45) house. During the pandemic and stay at home orders, obviously my kids (10M, 7M) have a lot of pent up energy. So I let them play at the park on their own, since it’s literally just outside my house. Lately, they have been digging in the sand in the volleyball ball court for fun with shovels (just the little hand held ones). I didn’t think it’s a big deal since no one ever uses the court. Since I live across the street, I can see who uses it and the only times I’ve seen it used is pre-pandemic when some families will play “family picnic” volleyball (i.e. basically they just bump the ball back and forth with 6-8 people on each side. No passing, setting, or hitting. No digs, etc). And it’s a safe place for my kids to get some exercise and fresh air during these time. A guy from the neighborhood posted on Next Door and implied (did not say this literally) that I was an asshole for letting my kids do this and complaining I’m ruining the court because they are digging up rocks. I think I may be a little bit of an asshole for letting ruin part of the court, but I've not see anyone use the court since the pandemic started. So Am I the asshole?
sh uair facing away from the net > do a late knee to hit the top right of the stage > dj stomp and hit the nipple
enjoy shitting on your opponents with this swaggy shit
Does anyone else feel the need to aggressively bicker about who's better in an undeveloped game mode, from a niche mod, made for an unappreciated esport, for a game developed two decades ago?
MELEE VOLLEYBALL TIER LIST
Doubles is degenerate so this is my tier list. I think a Good Volleyball character needs to excel in three things.
An S tier needs a variety of good serves with multiple angles & speeds. Not just one gimmicky launcher. For the Volley a character will need good movement or good hitboxes to react to the ball in a variety of situations. Similarly a variety of weak hits, strong hits, persistent hitboxes, & spikes will help in the blocking phase. I'll explain a few of my picks.
I think most people agree the top 3 are some variation of Shiek & the Spacies. Fox & Falco should be a surprise to no one. Good movement, their persistent hitboxes (nair & bair) are the most mobile in the game. Not to mention the cheesiest spikes in the game. Shiek's long limbs & persistent hitboxes make her a damn WALL by the net, and if you somehow get it past her, she's got the speed to set it back up with an ftilt or dash attack. She's got the least reliable spike my top tiers, but I don't think that's enough to keep her out of this tier.
High Tiers excel at most aspects of the game, but lag behind the top tiers in one or more areas. I don't think Peach & Marth will surprise anyone (except maybe Mango who's consistently down on Marth in this mode), so let's talk about Roy & Ness.
Ness is a monster at the Net. Fair stays out forever and sends back at this dinky angle that's almost a semi spike. Add that to his weirdly effective aerial mobility with DJC, and he has a surprisingly viable strategy. Also his uptilt is a great set up for stronger moves. If he has one weakness, it's that his low speed makes him a bit read heavy. He isn't able to react to everything the same way Fox does.
Roy is more well rounded than Ness as his weak hit boxes are actually an asset instead of a liability in this mode. Side B, Up Air, & Up Tilt are all good "sets" to use a Volleyball term. A "set", sets up for a stronger hit, which Roy has in Fsmash & Nair. His weak hitboxes can also act as good flop shot... keep reading on reddit ➡
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hi guys, will1v1_ttv here
^Here's ^a ^link ^to ^my ^previous ^tier ^list ^discussion ^thread: tierlist from a lethal league player
My updated tier list, feel free to discuss: https://i.imgur.com/kQZu7UJ.png
imo Falco is kinda op, and every char needs to think about how to counter him and his shine bair/dair setups.
I'd like to see tournaments start requiring multi-char in sets, similar to an Iron Man challenge. More on that below.
Writing about this makes me embarrassed but I want to share my experience. Ever since I started volleyball there was this one coach who was only rude to me. The coach would constantly make rude comments, laugh at me whenever I made mistakes and would compare me to other girls who played volleyball much longer than I did. I wouldn't say anything because all the other girls loved this coach and she was always nice to them but for me, she would leave me out and made me feel left out. As a shy person, it took me years to have confidence in volleyball but having her as a coach when I first started didn't help. Years later, when was I was 17 there was a pre-tryout clinic for the club. She happened to be monitoring the court and watching us. I felt nervous the entire time and I felt like crying that day because she was there. Whenever I tried bringing it up to my mom how scared I felt around her she would tell me I was being a baby. Towards the end of the clinic, we decided to play a simple volleyball game but there weren't enough players so she had to be on the team I was on. There was a miscommunication that led to her running into me and hurting her wrist. I felt really bad and said sorry but she would ignore me and keep complaining it would hurt. I apologized many times after the clinic and helped get ice but she continued to ignore me. The next day, I saw the tryouts wearing a cast on her wrist. At that point, I felt extremely bad for what I had caused. I remember she would give me dirty looks and she told everyone that I was the one who injured her. One of my teammates came up to me and told me that the coach was saying you injured her and that you never apologized. I didn't know what to do because she is favored by everyone and that day I got a lot of dirty looks from the other players. After tryouts, I tried to talk to her again about the medical bill but I started to hyperventilate and ran out to the parking lot to cry. I decided that maybe talking to her isn't the best idea because she probably hates me. Fast forward a couple of months from tryouts me and her team were scrimmaging. One of her players hit the ball out. I called the ball out but the moment she saw me call the ball out she started to yell at me in front of everyone on the court. She was yelling at me to pay my bills continuously, I have no right to say anything, and that I shouldn't be on the court and playing. Several of her players were laughing and so were my teammates. One girl on her... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hello, I'm DarkGenex
I am making a Melee Volleyball Combo Video and need good clips for it. I also want to pay you for those clips.
Send me your best Melee Volleyball clips by February 1 and I'll pay you $5 if your clip is picked for the video. I'll give $100 to the overall best clip as well
DM me on Discord at DarkGenex#0001, DM me on twitter, or comment on the post if you have a cool clip
Trailer here: https://twitter.com/DarkGenex/status/1352372910606966785
Even though I didn’t start playing a long time ago, my commitment, hard-work and athleticism made me catch-up with people who have been playing for 5+ years. After a call from a coach in a pretty high-ranked national division team, I got overly excited and was ready to give my best on the court, the hype was real ! By the end of the practice game, I felt ridiculous and helpless on the court. The guys were taller (i’m 6’2), bigger, jumping higher, hitting harder than I would ever imagine. It made me reconsider the impression I had about myself, maybe I was not so good after all. Despite that, I will keep training with those guys, but now, I know that the next time I’ll put my feet on the court, It won’t be with the same confidence that I previously had, and it stresses me kind of. Does anyone have ever felt like that ?