Bowser burns King K. Rool's belly armor while Robin gets pushed offstage into helplessness — MkLeo and the Beefy Smash Doods discuss Smash Reviews

Posted by Justin 'AdaptiveTrigger' Gordon • December 2, 2019 at 2:21 p.m. PST

We're currently on episode 42 of the Beefy Smash Doods' Smash Review series. This time, they have a special guest that's commenting over the clips with them.

Generally seen as the best Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player in the world right now, FOX|MkLeo has joined to showcase his reactions during the course of this video. As always, there's plenty of fun combos, gimmicky setups, and some real eyebrow-raising sequences that occur.

One clip has King K. Rool going up against Bowser. It's generally pretty rare for a single attack to break King K. Rool's armor as it requires at least 28.02% damage to fulfill this purpose. With enough prolonged exposure, Bowser's Fire Breath is actually shown to be capable of doing this.

While it doesn't do anything to aid recovering, Robin's down special — Nosferatu — will actually leave him in a state of helplessness if successfully performed while airborne. In other words, you'll essentially steal one of Robin's stocks if you happen to use Squirtle's neutral special to push Robin off the stage as he connects with the spell.

It wouldn't be a Smash Review video if there wasn't a Pac-Man user showing off another item from their endless bag of tricks. This time, Pac-Man does a big brain play by triggering their hydrant then holding the opponent down for a grab while it advances from off-screen.

I think my personal favorite clip had the Diddy Kong player disrupting the number of bounces from Pac-Man's trampoline with a banana peel. As a result, the Pac-Man was unable to get the maximum height needed to recover.


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