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  1. skysmaug384

    Player Profile: BadIntent

    Favorite Support Pokémon to use with your characters (all 3 of them) & why?
  2. skysmaug384

    Player Profile: Kamon

    #AskKamon What was your reasoning behind picking Darkrai & what is your favorite thing to do with him (ex. favorite combo, mindgame, etc.)?
  3. Tri-state Garchomp player KandiSAI has recently created the new YouTube channel PokkénDX Assault. The channel will showcase clips that capture memorable moments from Pokkén Tournament DX. The channel's upload frequency is directly influenced by the community sending in clips to feature. These clips can be from anywhere - be it from a solo stream or the big stage at the Pokémon World Championships - and can highlight a multitude of categories, some of which are listed below: Close Calls Comebacks Double K.O.s Funny moments Fails High damage combos/wall combos Perfects Rage Quits Support Combos Thermodynamics ...and more Clips can be sent via Direct Messages on Twitter (@KandiSAI_Music) or Discord ([ICN] KandiSAI#6903), and you can already get a taste of PokkénDX Assault from the first two videos posted: Top 10 Amazing/Crazy Gameplays #1 and Top 10 Leaf Storm Plays. You can check out PokkénDX Assault here.
  4. Official Pokkén Arena Jesreys are now available for order at DashThreadsCo.com! Price: $39.99 Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL, 6XL Product Details: Designed & Produced by DashThreads Amazing Design with color that never fades, cracks, or peels Features your Gamertag & Real Name (displayed as you enter them) Soft breathing material of 100% Polyester to keep you moving in comfort Sizing is fitting so it is suggested to order a size up for a looser & comfortable fit NO Returns or Exchanges due to being custom made Ships out 3-5 weeks after ordering You can get one (or more) right now right here!
  5. I finally got around to reading this one and WOW this is my favorite interview yet! I'm also really starstruck that we both were inspired to take our Pokkén play to a higher level by the same thing (Bim?'s Sceptile @ CEO 2016 Grands)! As an aside, have you ever played or seen Haruyuki's Darkrai? If so, what was the experience like & how would you compare it to Krai today? If not, you can find VODs on Double_FGC's YT. Anyway, what I wanted to say was these interviews are amazing - just like you! <=^w^=>
  6. skysmaug384

    Alamo Battleground Charity Results

    In memory of Daniel "ONBS" Jimenez, a beloved TX Braixen/Scizor player who passed away due to suicide last month, the Texas Pokkén Community held a charity event at their monthly (Alamo Battleground) on March 3 at 6PM CST. In the end, a grand total of $646 was raised and donated to Garland Pawsibilities, where ONBS volunteered as a dog-walker. The rankings below are in the order they appear on Smash.gg: 1. Toasty 2. slippingbug 3. RadarBlip 4. Lord Nacho 5. Just Jared 5. UDL 7. Bebop 7. breeZy 9. NEO SINANJU 9. Actias 9. RoaraG 9. NewbieTX 13. PYRATE 13. Jolts 13. JWiing 17. [SRK] Crow Spaceboy 17. Wazurau 17. ReluctantTO 17. Ventus If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts, please seek help and call the National Suicide Prevention hotline: 1-800-273-8255. Rest In Peace Daniel "ONBS" Jimenez
  7. In light of Allister's recent birthday on March 2nd, the limited edition Allister competitive Pokkén Tournament DX jersey from EGL is now available on the SetToDestroyX online store: Shop.SetToDestroyX.com Features: - Ferrum Logo - "Pokkén" in Japanese - Allister's favorite color of Red Price: $69.95 (Use discount code "STDX" to save $6.99 for a lower price of $62.96) Allister has stated all proceeds will towards "something cool" and it has not been specified how long these will be up for sale so be sure to get one before they're gone and support one of the strongest members of the Pokkén community!
  8. skysmaug384

    Winter Brawl 12 Results

    The final weekend of February 2018 held a major Pokkén tournament: Winter Brawl 12! It is worth noting that this was the first major to allow Aegislash as a playable fighter and we also saw the return of some familiar faces like Bim?, Cat Fight, and PKSparkxx. It is also worth noting that this was BigEgaming's final Winter Brawl, which will be revived as April Annihilation in April 2019. Streams: Day 1: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/232382442?t=04h17m25s Day 2: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/232738674?t=03h28m35s Featuring commentary by Whitey, McDareth, Uchi, PKSparkxx, and Shippo. Results (Top 8*): 1. Twixxie 2. ThankSwalot 3. SoulGuitarist 4. Maverick 5. Kino 5. Bolimar 7. EveryDamnDay 7. Bim? * All attendees can be found here: Smash.gg WB12 Pokkén DX Attendees and each player's standing can be found by clicking on whose standing you would like to see. However, going through all attendees looking for each placing was deemed too inconvenient so it was decided to only include Top 8 in this article. If you would like to see how a certain player did at Winter Brawl 12, you may go to the link above and find them there. If you have any feedback about Winter Brawl 12, please feel free to post it here: http://www.pokkenarena.com/forums/topic/1396-winter-brawl-12-2018-feedback-thread/
  9. This weekend saw the first tournament of the 2018 Pokkén Tournament DX Championship Series: the Oceania International Championships in Sydney, Australia. The Bracket of this 58-player double-elimination tournament featured players coming in from far and wide, including some who attended as their first major Pokkén tournament. The full event was streamed on Twitch over the course of two days (VODS for Day 1: Pools & Day 2: Top 8) with commentary by Burnside, D1, and H2. 1. Elm 2. Midori 3. Sui Master 4. Antwerp 5. DanDandy 5. Komachi 7. Santa 7. SHOELACE 9. DTubeDaily 9. Grimoire 9. ItsMe;D 9. Kev 13. Chris G 13. jumboj1m 13. phoxfiyah 13. Scandinator 17. Bayleaf 17. Breezy 17. Clo 17. Cruizer 17. EZ$Jax 17. Iceburgy 17. Matthew H 17. MrJellyLeggs 25. 4Par 25. BrokenPiG 25. Im_Nub 25. Jason 25. Jessie 25. RevanofLight 25. Rick Rowl 25. Tecq 33. Alex J 33. David H 33. Dazzle 33. Derek P 33. Emma 33. Ezza 33. JNKS 33. Matty 33. McDuckie 33. Ninja Kid 33. Peter N 33. RINZ?! 33. ShadowGuardian 33. Turtle 33. Z 33. Zoe L 49. Eric V 49. Farout656 49. JaddiRoo 49. Jensen C 49. Jish 49. Lawyered86 49. Psyga 49. PVercetti 49. Tori 49. Zac C
  10. skysmaug384

    Mega Sceptile OKHOs

    This post is a more in-depth look at this: https://twitter.com/i/moments/958535226090774529 Quagsire This story begins on September 8, 2017 when Double_FGC uploaded the following video to his YouTube Channel: At first, I was interested in it, but I didn't really get into it until I found the video again sometime in the first week of January 2018 and decided to take it as far as I could. After testing it in Free Training, I have found 5 starters for this combo, which are as follows: 4X 2A 6A 6Y:Y 8X Notes on each: In all cases, Synergy Burst is needed for the second half (shield break) because of Dragon Breath & Burst Attack. If you aren't in Synergy Burst for the first half (wall), you can Burst before the Bullet Seed. However, do note that this could give the opponent a way out of the trap (we'll get to their escape options later). 4X is the same as the combo in Double_FGC's video. 2A requires specific spacing to where you are close enough to hit the opponent with the Aj8Y > 8Y string after the wallsplat but not too close to where the attack's hitbox will be behind the opponent. (Basically, it's actually best as 1A instead of 2A.) 6A requires specific spacing to where you hit the opponent with the tip of Leaf Blade, causing the wallsplat. You must also be close enough to hit with the Aj8Y > 8Y string afterwards. [The spacing can be significantly more difficult against specific characters, such as Garchomp.] 6Y:Y requires the just frame on the second hit in order to wallsplat. The first hit is optional, but watch your phase shift points if you opt for it. 8X does not wallsplat. Instead, you should immediately go for 8Y, which DOES wallsplat. This also means you can't use Aj8Y, since the opponent will just fall to the ground. Instead, just go for a second 8Y. Feedback from Momo & Gintrax: Momo: For the Giga Drain (2A) setup, 5X is a better Burst Confirm than 5Y. (This only works with Giga Drain because it has no PSP while all the other combo starters do, which means 5X would just phase shift). Gintrax: Offered many other ways this combo can go in this YouTube video: Mimikyu Mimikyu was released January 31, 2018 alongside Mega Rayquaza and Aegislash. New Information regarding these three new Pokemon was everywhere in the Pokkén Twitter Community. It is here that I came across a tweet showcasing Mimikyu's high shield damage. This caught my attention and I brought this combo back into Free Training, this time with Mimikyu. As you can see, Mimikyu functions similar to Quagsire in that they are called in at the same part of the setup. The main difference in their functions seeming to be that Mimikyu focused on the opponent's shield while Quagsire focused on their health. The most highly-damaging version of this combo I've found did 569 damage against Garchomp (who has the most HP in the game iirc) so it's not an OHKO against the whole cast but does do a lot of damage and can OHKO characters with lower health as well as finish off those with higher health if they've already taken enough damage. Holes: "Sometimes, being too safe will be your downfall." This isn't a perfectly clean kill. As stated in the previous paragraph, it doesn't OHKO everyone. On top of that, there are some holes that your opponent can use to escape death (or at least maximum damage). The only way for the full combo to work is if the opponent just keeps holding shield. Let's go over some scenarios of what they could do instead of holding shield after the setup on the wall: Nothing: If your opponent just doesn't do anything, they will be caught by the Bullet Seed. Here, you can go for a Aj8Y, which can lead into multiple attacks. Jump: If the opponent jumps, go for 8Y to put them back on the wall. Counter: If your opponent starts countering the Bullet Seed hits, break their counter with [5X]. If there's not enough time to charge [5X] or your Synergy is almost over, go for your Burst Attack. However, there are some options that do completely shut down this guardbreak. The easiest of which is Burst. If your opponent goes into Synergy Burst, the shockwaves will blow you back and free them. If they go for their Burst Attack, it may punish (you can avoid Gengar, Mewtwo, & Empoleon's Burst Attacks by jumping or with A (Bullet Seed: Preparation)). It is also worth noting that most support calls (ex. Umbreon) can interfere with the guardbreak by forcing you to stop your barrage of attacks. Meanwhile, other support calls (ex. Jirachi) won't help your opponent get out of the situation they're in.
  11. skysmaug384

    Aegislash and DX Patch 1.2 now LIVE

    AAAAA!!! I'm so hyped!!!!!
  13. On January 23, ESL Staff member ImDragon (@xImDragon_) posted on the ESL Gaming forums about seeing support for Pokkén Tournament DX on play.eslgaming.com. This could be huge for Pokkén's competitive scene because ESL (Electronic Sports League) is the world's largest esports company and organizes competitions worldwide for a multitude of games. Since then, the post has seen multiple replies from people who would also like to see ESL support Pokkén DX. In particular, they state that ESL deciding to pick up Pokkén would mean we will likely see new players and new major tournaments. If you would like to check it out, ImDragon's forum post can be found here. What do you think? Share your thoughts by going to the link above.
  14. On January 12, Canadian Pokkén player Wise (@Wise_Pokken) hosted a 50/50 pot tournament to raise money for AGDQ (Awesome Games Done Quick) and their support for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. 50% of all donations were donated to aid in cancer research while the remaining 50% was shared amongst the top 3 players in the tournament, who are as follows: 1. XAbsoluted (@XAbsoluted) 2. ThankSwalot (@ThankSwalotVGC) 3. OrlandoFox (@Orlando_Fox) The full bracket and results can be found here. It is also worth mentioning that Gintrax (@GinGintrax) and XAbsoluted (@XAbsoluted) hosted an 18 hour stream to help raise money for the event. In the end, the Pokkén community donated $999 to AGDQ to support the defeat of cancer once and for all!
  15. The second episode of From Field to Duel will air live on December 12 at 6:00PM EST. This episode will focus on Garchomp and will feature special guest RoksoTheSavage, one of the best Garchomp players out there. What is From Field to Duel? Over the time Pokkén has been a thing, the metagame has constantly been evolving for each character in the roster. "From Field to Duel: A Pokkén Retrospective Series" takes an in-depth look at each fighter's metagame from when the game first released, through the updates and patches, and what it is now in DX. It is hosted by prominent members of the Pokkén Community: Burnside, H2, & Slippinbug. Where can I watch it? Right Here (once it goes live)!