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Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

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Super Smash Bros. Walkthrough

Villager

 

An energetic young man from a peaceful town in Animal Crossing, he is eager to make his Smash Bros. debut! His Balloon Trip recovery lets him fly like a character from Balloon Fight. The Villager sets out to answer that age-old question: If a tree falls on the battlefield and foes are beneath it, do they get launched?


Neutral Attack / Special
Press the attack or special button only without using the Circle Pad.
Side Attack / Special
Hold the circle pad to the left or right then press the attack / special buttons
Down Attack / Special
Hold the circle pad down and press the attack / special buttons
Up Attack / Special
Hold the circle pad up and press the attack / special buttons
Up/ Side / Down Smash
Hold the circle pad to the corresponding direction and press the attack button at the same time. Smash attacks can be charged. It can be released prematurely or the character will release it after charging the move enough.
Dash Attack
Tap left or right to dash then press the attack button.
Air Attacks
Similar to basic attacks and specials, most characters perform different air attacks by using similar button and circle pad combinations.
Recovery
This is the recommended move to get back to the edge of the stage ledge if ever you get blown off but not KO'd
Final Smash
After successfully destroying a Smash Ball, press and hold the special button to unleash your character's Final Smash attack.


Basic Attacks

Neutral Attack


Villager wears boxing gloves and lands consecutive punches.

Side Attack


Villager swings his/her umbrella

Up Attack


Villager waves a stick around that can hit and launch enemies

Down Attack


Villager pulls weeds on the ground. If an opponent is standing on the same spot, they get damaged and thrown up in the air.


Dash Attacks

Dash Attack


Villager runs while holding a flower pot and stumbles when the attack button is pressed, throwing the flower pot in front of him.


Smash Attacks

Side Smash


Villager drops a bowling bowl in front of him.

Up Smash


The Villager fires off some fireworks upward.

Down Smash


Villager quickly digs on both sides.


Special Attacks

Pocket (Neutral Special)


This move allows you to keep items or projectiles so you can use them later in the battle. Press the button again to take out the item and use it again.

Lloid Rocket (Side Special)


The Villager fires off a Lloid Rocket horizontally. If you keep holding on the button, the villager will be able to ride the Lloid until it flies off completely or it hits the target. You can't fire another Lloid rocket while there's an active one. Riding the Lloid until it hits the target also deals additional damage. Furthermore, you can make the Lloid rocket go faster by pressing the Up or Down to slow down.

Balloon Trip (Up Special)


This move doesn't have any offensive nature; it will just equip the villager with a balloon cap that can him/her up to great heights. Pressing the button again will make the balloon go higher. The balloons can be popped by opponents' attacks.

Timber (Down Special)


This move has three parts. First, the Villager will plant a sapling. Use the command again to water the sapling and turn it to a fully-grown tree. Using the same command again will equip the Vilager an axe that he can use to chop the tree down. While the tree is planted, you can use the axe to directly attack opponents. Planted trees will wither automatically after a few seconds. If you chop the tree, the falling timber can hit opponents and deal high damage.


Air Attacks

Neutral Air


The villager spins around in mid-air

Side Air (Front)


The villager will fire a projectile from his slingshot to the front

Side Air (Back)


The villager will fire a projectile from his slingshot to the back

Up Air


The villager will point radishes upward.

Down Air


The villager will point radishes downward.


Final Smash



Dream Home
The villager calls in Tom Nook and two other Nook personnel to quickly build a house and trap any opponent within range. Trapped opponents suffer damage while the house is being built. Once the house is complete, it will explode, launching anyone trapped inside while dealing damage at the same time.


Recovery



The villager's UP Special is his main vertical recovery move since it has no other offensive purpose but to lift the Villager up in the air. While this move can reach good height, the balloons can be popped when attacked so the Villager needs to find safe ground as quick as possible. For horizontal recovery, the Lloid rocket is very reliable since it covers a good distance.

Gameplay

The villager is a small but average character that can annoy and deal decent damage due to his/her great array of items that he can in battle. His movement speed is quite fast as well so you can quickly get to his sprinting speed in a second. Since most of attacks use items, the Villager has good reach. Pocket is a special move that allows the villager to “capture” projectiles with proper timing and throw them back whenever he pleases. His Lloid Rocket delivers potent damage on its own but if the Villager is riding it when it hits its target, the damage is increased. The Lloid rocket is fire-and-forget; once you used it, you can let it fly on its own on a straight line while you're doing something else. Since you can take advantage of this while in the air, the Lloid rocket is also a good deterrent against opponents trying to get back to the stage. This move doesn't leave you in fall state so you can harass opponents thrown off stage while having the ability to use Up Special to go back to the stage.

Timber is an interesting move but can be quite annoying to use for some people. This move has three parts. First, the Villager will plant a sapling. Use the command again to water the sapling and turn it to a fully-grown tree. Using the same command again will equip the Vilager an axe that he can use to chop the tree down. While the tree is planted, you can use the axe to directly attack opponents. Planted trees will wither automatically after a few seconds. If you chop the tree, the falling timber can hit opponents and deal high damage.

Finally, the Villager's smash attacks have limited range so you'll probably rely on his ranged attacks to stack up damage instead of relying on the higher damage dealt by smash attacks.




 
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