How to fart yourself to death as Wario and plenty of other pointless Super Smash Bros. Ultimate facts you didn't realize you wanted to know

Posted by Nico 'SuperQue' Smith • November 8, 2019 at 5:23 p.m. PST

The sheer amount of content in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is unheard of. From the cast of fighters to trophy collectibles, spirits, and more, there's just so much to dig into.

PK Beats details some of the info you didn't know about Ultimate, probably don't need to know, but might find interesting.

If you perform a Final Smash as Robin with someone playing as Chrom on the stage, Chrom will participate in the Final Smash and vice versa. A Final Smash triggered during a shield break also renders the shield break useless, as the player will have a full shield after the cut scene is done.

Certain Final Smashes have a different dialogue based on whoever it is done on. Fox has a different choice of words for when he lands his on Wolf versus on Falco. Ness and his PK Magnet have an interesting effect on certain lasers.

If you take Lucas to Spear Pillar with a jetpack and use his Final Smash, PK Star Storm will fall upwards instead of downwards. Looking at Dr. Mario's move names, you'll notice they are very different from standard Mario's. The neutral air is called Dr. Kick, the forward air is called Dr. Punch and so on.

Wario's strongest and most dangerous move is arguably his waft. Beware of using a fully charged waft versus Hero. In the event you are hit with a poison mushroom effect by him, using that waft will kill you as you fly off of the top. Check out more pointless facts in Ultimate below.

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