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Another change in 3.5 is that a special Time Attack mode has been added, where one can try to gain as much time as possible with 8 lives per match. The player, however, can only press the “A” key to activate “4-way” attacks, which are able to be used only by certain characters (such as Toadette, who can perform Bowser’s Helping Hand attack as a timed version of Super Helping Hand), as opposed to the default “3-way” attacks (also known as “Triangle” attacks). The “4-way” attacks can be used, however, on every enemy in the area, not just the one who is currently engaged in battle. If a character was still in the middle of an “4-way” attack when a player gained a life, it continues. If not, the player will lose a life for every second he is engaged in an attack. The “4-way” attacks also leave the player with 10 seconds before his “Triangle” attack returns, during which the player’s character will be placed in “Freeze” state. The “Freeze” state can be viewed by watching the “Freeze” frame on the left side of the screen, and will eventually return to “Triangle” attack or “4-way” attack state, after a certain amount of time depending on the amount of damage the player inflicted in the “Freeze” state. If the player did not have enough time to perform a “4-way” attack, the “Freeze” state will automatically end, and all three attacks will be performed. Also, during the “4-way” and “Freeze” states, the “Invincible” stat is lifted on the damaged character.
A short but sweet example of an overused character is Sabin. Many characters were put in this format. For example, some people do not like Samus but like playing as her. The mode is longer than the previous one, but the upgrades for the fighters and the character that have obtained them are the same.
It is safe to say that refreshing is a must for a couple of reasons: the drop rates of expensive equipment and characters is high, and there are even guaranteed Golds, so spending 300 Souls/day in the tower to obtain rare stuff, rather than throwing them in Diamond Packs, is a very good investment, not to mention that completing this mode gives a free Diamond, and refreshing the tower regularly gives more fuses within that time period, and you get more chances to obtain the Epic equipment from the tower. Somewhat of a custom Final Destination, the definition file for this version states that while it was originally intended to resemble Super Smash Bros. Brawl’s Final Destination, it ended up becoming its own creation entirely while still maintaining the ‘platform in space’ motif that’s consistent across all iterations of Final Destination. The stage has combatants fight on a tiled floor that cycles through blue & light blue, green & light green, green & pale yellow, and orange & light orange patterns, while overlooking a section of the Earth; the transition between floor patterns sees the next set of colours fill each individual tile from left to right, starting from the top row, with each pattern remaining on screen for 12.5 seconds before transitioning to the next. The stage camera moves very little horizontally, giving the stage very close corners and advantaging characters that excel at stage control or applying pressure, while also failing to move enough vertically for complete visibility during air combat. Other than the Tower itself, the Lounge is the only other place that character can rest during the game. The Lounge consists of various bonsai trees, that can be activated by blowing on them. While all characters can be healed in the lounge, they cannot be revived, which means that if you die at any point in the game, you will have to wait until all players have finished in order to come back to fight! 5ec8ef588b