Talk:Dragon Fang Shot

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Releasing Dragon Fang Shot early[edit]

I have done some testing in Ultimate 2.0.2 and it seems that, after firing a fully charged first stage of Dragon Fang Shot, releasing the bite charge anywhere between frame 80 and frame 85 (85 being when it automatically fires) does full damage and knockback (any earlier and it is a weaker hit). That is to say, unlike what is described here, releasing it early does not appear to increase knockback nor damage (I checked both in training mode). Was this a thing in Smash 4? Because it appears not to be a thing anymore in Ultimate, if it was, or otherwise I may be missing something. If anyone has any additional evidence or testing to share, please do. 174.59.49.223 15:16, April 14, 2019 (EDT)

Getting feedback on the other wiki[edit]

So far, I've seen on both different Fire Emblem Wikis, the one you linked has the Dragon Fang in Japanese example (with their kanji reading being drawn a blank), while the other one actually bothers to romanize it as "Ryuusen".

Right now, I've changed the translation on the wiki you linked, and I'm awaiting a response on the talk page to see if I can get some feedback on it to see if it's actually a preference on their wiki, or if the Japanese version of Fire Emblem If/Fates has that kind of contextual translation provided by a legit source (and thus if the dev team is messing random English). --SneaselSawashiro (talk) 23:31, 3 August 2016 (EDT)

Okay, nevermind they changed it back. That means you're in the right and I'm forever in the wrong, but I still think that it needs to be pointed out that 穿 =/= 牙. I mean, look at Shulk's Monado Arts. --SneaselSawashiro (talk) 00:09, 4 August 2016 (EDT)