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Now do you REALLY have to name every single glitch after yourselves? Really now... this one doesn't even have any evidence or specifics! - Gargomon251 06:52, 6 May 2008 (UTC)

This article is a WIP. Also, whoever discovers a glitch usually gets to name it. That's really how the nature of discovering things works. :/ FyreNWater - (TalkContributions ) 07:42, 6 May 2008 (UTC)
Maybe so, but most glitches (Freeze glitch, Shadow Glitch, Zapjump, Black hole glitch, etc. are named after what they DO. I think it's just a little egotistical to name do many glitches after your crew, regardless if they discovered it. I remember many people complained about "Ink Dropping" or "Gimpyfishing". - Gargomon251 07:56, 6 May 2008 (UTC)
Take solace that the glitch appears to have limited application, so the name should matter less because it won't exactly be a common sight. If your protest is on principle, the relevant principle is that naming rights are the prerogative of the discoverer, and the name is humorous. Ego doesn't factor into it. We didn't consider titles like 'We are awesome glitch' or 'We <3 Gargomon251,' but decided to be thematically consistent with our other glitch discovery. Though this wiki appears to be the definitive source of concrete and organized smash knowledge, colloquial names for the glitch will regardless appear on larger communities such as the Smash World Forums that won't reflect on our crew and perceived egoism. Whether the title remains the same or changes, it won't have any affect. We're just having a little fun with our discovery, and we think that's harmless.Semicolon 04:21, 7 May 2008 (UTC)

This was discovered long before this article claimed to have discovered it. Not only is the name ridiculous, but they shouldn't have any credit for discovering it.--Simna ibn Sind 09:54, 17 May 2008 (UTC)

Can you prove that? Otherwise the credit stays with them and since they discovered it ( alledgely ) they get to name it whatever they please. Carbonkirby 17:18, 17 May 2008 (UTC)
Find someone to come forward with prior video evidence and they'll get credit too, but, like Christopher Columbus, we may not have been the first, but we're the first to put it on paper. We've discovered the manner in which it occurs, what happens with it, largely how it works, and how to recreate it. We get something, and people who come from the woodwork saying they got it, but no, they didn't record it or speak of it, they had their chance. We documented it, we researched it, we name it. Deal with it.Semicolon 02:14, 19 May 2008 (UTC)

If we failed to give anyone credit for discovering this glitch, I appologize and would be more than happy to work with them to find a resonable solution. However, my crew and I made a good faith effort to determine if anyone else had documented this glitch before naming it or making this page. We found no record of it on the smash wiki, and while there were some other mentions of it, we were the first to document how it was created and pinpoint what it does. Clarinet Hawk 02:23, 19 May 2008 (UTC)

Again unless someone care prove they discovered this glitch before y'all the credit stays with y'all. All you guys really need to do is sit back and wait for people to try to claim it. Honestly i'd rather it stay with you guys since you "put it on paper" first that way we can move on to other more important matters. Carbonkirby 01:40, 20 May 2008 (UTC)

This glitch is lol. You can just walk into a person and leave them wondering how they suddenly got 4% damage. HeckXX (talk) 06:20, 25 July 2008 (UTC)

Also, theres no mention of how to do this glitch? It's not that hard, you just have to have an attack hit the beginning part of Ness's Usmash yoyo, then release the Usmash, and let the attack hit Ness. This is easiest to do in Training Mode, and have somebody be Lucario, and start charging an Aura Sphere. Right after Ness starts to charge his Usmash, release the (full) Aura Sphere into Ness, and right when you see that little circle effect that shows that somethings been hit, release Ness's Usmash. The yoyo should hang limp by Ness's side. This glitch stops whenever Ness does another yoyo attack.HeckXX (talk) 06:26, 25 July 2008 (UTC)

i think its a good name.And they should name the glitch,cuz they came up with a great name72.197.63.163 23:44, 14 November 2008 (UTC)


This page is categorized but the category isn't showing on the page, and this page is on the uncategorized pages list, could someone please fix this?--MỸŠŦЄЯỸЊӘҒҒ TALK 01:27, 26 January 2009 (UTC)

When Ness is KOed[edit]

I just witnessed this glitch while fighting a bunch of CPUs, and I noticed that when Ness was Star KOed, the yoyo stayed with him as he flew off the screen, unlike what the article says. Awesome Cardinal 2000 17:17, 30 July 2013 (EDT)