Smasher talk:Thunders

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What is this "double shine" referring to exactly? --Randall00 21:20, February 17, 2007 (GMT)

Shine, folled by a jump-canceled shine. --nealdt 21:41, February 17, 2007 (GMT)
Okay, that's what I figured. I'm just surprised it's considered a particularly noteworthy skill. Thank ya. -- Randall00 03:06, February 18, 2007 (GMT)
Double shine is jump cancelling a shine, then shining and jump canceling again before leaving the ground. If done right, players can do several shines in a row without leaving the ground, and with very little lag in between. I've seen Zodiak Lucien do about seven or eight in a row. And the page says "very difficult" not "useful." -- Bean 08:42, February 18, 2007 (GMT)
Indeed, and I said "noteworthy" not "useful." :^) --RJM Talk 20:22, October 3, 2007 (EDT)

Does anybody know if Koto/コト is his actual name? I always thought it was. Also, I edited the page to differentiate between his rankings in the different Kansai Battle Ranking periods. It said he was ranked 13th total in the previous entry; I corrected that to being ranked 14th in the second period.

It seems to me that his participation in tournements and the Kansai Battle Rankings has been small lately. Has anyone else noticed this? The last video I saw of him was in a random friendly vs S-Royal at Ketubato 11 (11th Kansai Battle Rankings tournament). It was the only video of him from Ketubato 11. It should also be noted that he was playing as Sheik in this friendly...SypherPhoenix 19:21, October 3, 2007 (EDT)

Possible move to Smasher:Koto?[edit]

A player named "Koto" plays Fox to great success in Japan; he just recently got 3rd at Sumabato DX Melee #12, losing to aMSa in LFs. I didn't know who he was in relation to other smashers at first glance until I saw the "alternate" tag that this page listed (コト = Koto). That being said, it may be someone who admires Thunders and enters with that tag in his honor, but I think it's Thunders himself. Thoughts? --Timson622222 (talk) 19:31, 30 September 2014 (EDT)