Talk:Natural combo

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What is the purpose of this article? It doesn't make any sense. Natural combo means a combo that is pre input by the game to combo no matter what (for instance any dial a combo in Tekken is a natural combo; most juggles aren't natural combos, but they are combos.)

What's described here is just a rapid attack from mashing 'A.' So wouldn't Marth's dancing blade count as well?

Yes it would, I'll add it. MaskedMarth (t c) 17:04, February 25, 2007 (GMT)

Pikachu bros. up-B[edit]

I was skeptical of adding these to the list, but now that I think of it, they seem to satisfy the criteria. Thoughts? – Smiddle 10:19, 20 August 2015 (EDT)

In my opinion, no as you tilt the control stick in a different direction as opposed to pressing a button KirbyDaPinkPuff (talk) 04:46, July 4, 2019 (EDT)

Does Pichu's Agility really count?[edit]

With no hurtbox, it feels like the page should say that Ganondorf, Isabelle, and Pichu are the characters that lack a natural combo. Veledwin1 (talk) 07:08, June 30, 2019 (EDT)

I would say it counts since the move is still composed of multiple phases, separated by inputs. It's admittedly a tough call though. As such, I think this page might benefit from a rename (like to "sequential attack" or "multi-part move"), since "natural combo" implies two or more hits that true combo into themselves, which even the first paragraph acknowledges isn't always the case. b2jammer (talk) 19:22, July 2, 2019 (EDT)