So when can Reflector refer to any move that can reflect items? --Phred 21:20, 15 April 2008 (UTC)

Currently the reflectors page refers to such moves, but that's a terrible distinction. We need a disambiguation. It would have been easier to call the attacks shine :], but deferring to the new organization it would be a good idea to merge the Reflector articles referring to the three characters' shines and then rename the title something like "Reflector (attack)" or "Reflector (shine)" to distinguish it from "Reflector"s in general. MaskedMarth (t c) 00:13, 21 November 2008 (UTC)

Tactics Against Wolf's???

This isn't about altering the page. It's just my friend only uses wolf, and basically only fights using his forward smash (C-sticked) and reflector. Its still 50:50 as to who wins (as long as he doesn't get 2 many smash balls!), but I find his perfect timing with the reflector very annoying. Is there any way to get past it? any moves? tactics? What sometimes works for me is heading towards then dodge, he reflectors, and i can perhaps grab him - but he can initiate another so fast.

Any ideas? Phayz (talk) 14:27, 29 May 2009 (UTC)

Answer 2 Wolf

What I have found useful against a spamming opponent is to use a character such as fox. What fox can do is completely amazing. Try dodging his attack and use his speed attacks. The advantage to this is that fox is purely a faster character. Also, my friend uses wolf, and is great with him, althogh wolf is a very basic character. My favorite character in the game is Lucas, and I've found Wolf completely sucks against such a complected character (Use PSI magnet to blow him back then attack with PK fire, a great spammer). Another technique is one highly frowned upon by almost everybody on the planet. It's called going Pacifist. What you do is don't attack. Stay on the defensive side. You'll see how easy it is to win that way


Thanks! That helps. Also I found out that shield grabbing is very effective for me, as I blocked the forward smash, and then as he'd only have done 3% i could do 10% and so it worked a lot in my favour. But he soon learnt, a pattern - i attack, he uses reflector, i shield, he uses down smash, pushes me away, and quickly uses forward smash (all c-sticked), and most often, my shield is to small, and he can get me. So, I have improvise, but if i dodge the whole ting starts again. But shield grabbing really does help me get an edge back on. Pacifism doesnt work - we both just dont move. lol! I may try using a faster character... but what is intersting is I use 5 characters well, but without a doubt, Jigglypuff is my best, but he now fights best against it, because he doesnt employ his "pattern" with the others... dunno why.

But yeah, thanks for answering. Phayz (talk) 08:00, 26 June 2009 (UTC)

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