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While I trust that The blue blur hasn't just made this up, proof of some sort is required. For glitches, the easiest way to prove it (though it might be tricky for a Wi-Fi Brawl glitch) is by uploading a video of the events as described. The very least you can do is provide a reference in the form of a link to a page on which someone who is trusted absolutely by the Smash community confirms the truthfulness of the claim. The claim does sound eminently plausible, and it's fairly unlikely that The blue blur would deliberately sabotage SmashWiki, so I'm in favour of keeping the article and removing the tag, but only after solid proof is provided.
Also, the point of the {d} tag is that you justify the deletion on the tag itself. The point of the {delete} tag is that the person who places it there must immediately justify the deletion on the article's Talk page. It actually says on the tag that if no justification is provided on the article's Talk page, the tag may be removed. PenguinofDeath 11:26, 29 May 2009 (UTC)

Proof.

I have proof of the glitch, it happened to me during a Basic Brawl. It should also be noted that you are not able to control your character at all during the following brawl when the glitch happens. I don't know how to activate the glitch, but I do know that it occurs.

Anyway, here's a link to my video of it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oJA1hBaamc

It also looks like it happened to someone else. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7AjF-jAp7Q

Hope this helps. MisterGuyOfShinobi (talk) 14:43, 17 June 2009 (UTC)MisterGuyOfShinobi

Damn, I thought I was the only one who knew about this. The only bit of proof was a really lame picture, and video on my crappy capture device boring old Samsung (which I sold). Thanks for the videos, MisterguyOfShinobi. ~Teh Blue Blur~~You're too slow!~ 09:50, 28 August 2009 (UTC)

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