Talk:Dream Town Hall

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Why are this page, Team Star Wolf, Daisy Blossom, and Phazon laser separated from Dream Home, Team Star Fox, Peach Blossom, and Zero Laser respectively? They’re the exact dame move with aesthetic changes. If these pages are separate, then so should Roy’s Critical Hit and Wario-Man in Ultimate —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 22:11, January 9, 2019‎

The reason why these pages are separate and not Critical Hit or Wario-Man is mainly because not only do these FS's have some different changes, but their names are different as well. For Roy's Critical Hit, while it's done differently, it's still "Critical Hit" and not something like "Blazing Hit", which would have gave it its own page. The same with Wario-Man: it's still called Wario-Man in Ultimate despite having different functionality than in previous installations. SugarCookie420 (talk) 22:20, 9 January 2019 (EST)
In both Brawl and Smash 4, the trophies had them named the same thing. Both had "Triforce Slash (Link)" & "Triforce Slash (Toon Link)", indicating it was the same move used by different characters. Same with the Earthbound and Fire Emblem characters. In the case for Little Mac and Bowser's in Ultimate, they were not only given a different name, but also a different function. In Luigi and Rosalina's case, they only changed the name and ascetic. The function of the moves stayed the same. In the case for characters like Daisy and Isabelle, although they are mainly different ascetically, they have a different name [Daisy Blossom (デイジーブラッサム, Daisy Blossom), Peach Blossom (ピーチブラッサム, Peach Blossom)]. Different names seem to be more than enough reason to get their own page, if the character hadn't been in the series before. Wolff (talk) 01:16, 10 January 2019 (EST)


Strong Oppose. The Final Smashes should not be merged. They are different ascetically, most likely as they are used by different characters. Not only that, they have different names.

In the case of Wario’s FS in Ultimate, the functioned changed but kept the same name so it stays on the same page. In cases like Luigi and Rosalina in Ultimate, their names change but the functioned changed, so they stay on the same page. In cases like Bowser and Little Mac in Ultimate, their moves changed in both function and name, so they were separated.

The moves being “exactly the same” should not enough to merge them. Perhaps if it was like Luigi and Rosalina’s, but the moves are used by two different characters with different names. If we were to merge Final Smashes based “function” then we’d be merging Secret Ninja Attack and Omnislash, or Light Arrow, Dark Pit Staff and Ancient Bow and Arrow, or Giga Bowser Punch and Lightning Chariot, or Mario Finale and Wii Fit, or Volt Tackle and Super Sonic, or Triple Finish and Killer Wail. They look different because they are used by different characters but function the same. “Final Smashes can be categorized into five types”, because they have similar functions. Honestly, this seems more of a bases to legalize the FS Meter by only using characters who’s FSs are similar or the same.

That being said, I do not think them functioning the same is enough bases to merge the Final Smashes. Wolff (talk) 22:34, 8 March 2019 (EST)

This is instead being disused here. Wolff (talk) 22:20, March 11, 2019 (EDT)

It was decided that this move should not merge. Wolff (talk) 22:39, March 19, 2019 (EDT)