floorwalker's advice for Wii Fit Trainer in Super Smash Bros. 4

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posted November 24, 2014

Wii Fit Trainer is a unique character. What makes her/him truly different from the rest of the cast is that most of WFT's attacks hit on both sides like a down smash would. This makes players that like dodge rolling behind Wii Fit Trainer think twice before doing so.

WFT's projectile game with Sun Salutation and Soccer Ball acts a lot like Samus. Mainly at a distance, she/he would charge up Neutral B or play mind games when the opponent wants to rush WFT down. WFT can just toss out the Sun Salutation if they get close or roll cancel the move(kind of like Samus). Deep Breathing helps out the damage and knockback output of Sun Salutation and it heals her just a tad bit. Deep Breathing is a tool WFT has to use at safe distances considering she's left vulnerable during its animation. Make sure to master the timing of Deep Breathing, it's important to press attack as soon as the outline reaches the circle. WFT can't just use this move often, next time its pulled off, if missed or not, the circle gets bigger and Deep Breathing performs slower, though it can be canceled by rolling. Just wait until its cool rate ends and then her/his Deep Breathing should perform faster again. Soccer ball hits at far range, while Sun Salutation hits at close to mid range.