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Can't edit[edit]

I try to save my edits on Nakamaman, but it declines them. Why? 08:20, May 19, 2020 (EDT)

What exactly are you trying to change? It might be that you're adding phrases or links that are automatically considered spam. Alex the Weeb 08:23, May 19, 2020 (EDT)
I tried to clean up paragraphs remove paragraphs like that
Before my edit After my edit
Ethan "Nakamaman" Xiong is the #2 solo Marth main in Minnesota. He first appeared on the Minnesota Power Rankings in April of 2016, being ranked 9th.

At The Big House 6, he notably 2-0'd DJ Nintendo, and placed 97th.

At Smash 'N' Splash 3, he didn't drop a game until losing to Android 2-0 in Round 2 Pools, and losing 3-0 to Leffen to place 33rd.

At EVO 2017, he beat Iceman in Round 1 Pools, lost to Redd 2-0 in Round 2 Pools, beat Cort 2-0, beat Kounotori (who was ranked 91st on the 2013 SSBMRank) 2-1, before ultimately losing 2-0 to Darkatma to place 65th.

He is currently ranked 6th on the Minnesota Power Rankings for Melee.

Along with being a professional smasher, Nakamaman runs the main stream for Minnesota's Melee scene. The stream for Minnesota Smash (Melee) can be found on VODs can be found on

Nakamaman is a solo Marth main in Minnesota. He first appeared on the Minnesota Power Rankings in April of 2016, being ranked 9th. He has notable wins over DJ Nintendo, Iceman, Redd and Kounotori. He is currently ranked 6th on the Minnesota Power Rankings for Melee.

Along with being a professional smasher, Nakamaman runs the main stream for Minnesota's Melee scene. The stream for Minnesota Smash (Melee) can be found on VODs can be found on

I also removed unused paramets from infobox and added him to Category:Marth professionals (SSBM). 08:32, May 19, 2020 (EDT)
The problem might be the Twitch or YouTube links. What message is coming up when you try to save the edit? Also see if the edit will save without the links. Alex the Weeb 08:36, May 19, 2020 (EDT)
I removed links and it works now. And the message was something like "You can't do this edit as IP".
btw, can this be added back? It's pretty important info. 08:42, May 19, 2020 (EDT)
I'm assuming certain social media links can't be added by IPs. I could add them in for you if you want, but in future you may want to consider creating an account. Alex the Weeb 08:43, May 19, 2020 (EDT)

Kara canceling[edit]

You reverted my edit for no reason, I know this subject better and expect someone that revert my edit to verify his sources Eknoa (talk) 11:56, June 7, 2020 (EDT)

I’m sorry you feel that way, but I did in fact have a reason for reverting your edit, which I put in the edit summary. If you’re going to change established knowledge about the game, you’re going to need evidence that what you are claiming is correct, and simply claiming to be knowledgeable on the subject isn’t good enough. If you can provide evidence that the technique was possible prior to 7.0.0, then by all means do so, but until then, do not change the page to say that it was. And in future, be sure to check edit summaries if you don’t know why your edit was reverted. Alex the Weeb 12:17, June 7, 2020 (EDT)

Sorry if this sounded a bit harsh, I wrote it without reading

I read it on Twitter (there was a clip to prove it) but I don't find it, I will edit the page only after I find the post Eknoa (talk) 12:46, June 7, 2020 (EDT)

Rematch page[edit]

I saw your edit on the Rematch page and wanted to see if you wanted to work together on getting the technical stuff completed. I've been working on how battle power translates to SP gained (with 0 power) and so far I've worked out a formula for novice and advanced Spirits, just need to get ace and legend. --CanvasK (talk) 12:42, July 4, 2020 (EDT)

At the moment I'm working on beating every battle spiritless, which is gonna take a while, especially since with lockdown loosening where I live I have a few family visits coming up. But when I'm done with that, lemme know if there's anything else you need help with regarding rematch mode. Alex the Weeb 12:50, July 4, 2020 (EDT)
I've been wanting to do that too, but didn't want to burn myself out too soon. Since there are only so many different powers used for battles I went ahead and did the minimum, so all of the data for spiritless is collected and just needs to be analyzed. I'll let you know if I hit any walls with the formula stuff. --CanvasK (talk) 13:06, July 4, 2020 (EDT)
Update but not much progress. I started going various battles with different power levels and got this graph (all but green are ace, green is legend). It appears to be cubic but I haven't been able to fit a line to it. --CanvasK (talk) 16:51, July 7, 2020 (EDT)


On Discord, we had this discussion when Invy completed the page. Semi-spike angles are determined with a game-by-game basis and for Ultimate, we determined that 30 is the cut off. Not only that, but the Semi-spike (category) doesn't appear on any moveset page with an angle above 30. Hitbox Enthusiast Zeck (talk) 14:24, September 1, 2020 (EDT)

Well, first of all if the convention that was used for Smash 4 on the Wiki were to be changed for Ultimate, the discussion absolutely MUST take place on the Wiki. Secondly, articles not having the correct categories is a separate issue entirely. Finally, using such a cut off point means that 0˚ is not a semi-spike when 120 or more units of knockback are dealt, which I think we can all agree is a problem... Alex the Weeb 14:27, September 1, 2020 (EDT)
Problem is that the page doesn't include any move with angles between 31 and 35 right now and I'm not up to the task of scouring scripts to find those. Hitbox Enthusiast Zeck (talk) 14:29, September 1, 2020 (EDT)
Again, that's a separate issue entirely. If you want to make a discussion about using a different convention for Ultimate, then by all means do so, but I can't imagine you'd have much of a case as since at least Melee, 35˚ has always been the cutoff point, and there is no real reason why Ultimate should be any different from the 3 games that preceded it. Alex the Weeb 14:31, September 1, 2020 (EDT)
The main point was that the Sakurai angle is getting awfully close to 35 as games pass. It's 38 right now in Ultimate. Hitbox Enthusiast Zeck (talk) 14:33, September 1, 2020 (EDT)
Right...and in Brawl it was 37˚, but 35˚ was still the cutoff...anyway this is not the appropriate place to have the discussion. Alex the Weeb 14:35, September 1, 2020 (EDT)

Intangibility Trivia[edit]

Hello. I want to thank you for explaining how Bowser's "Helpless State Intangibility" works. Would it be alright if that information was put in a Trivia section on the "Intangibility" page? Also, if you don't want to do it, and if I end up doing it, is it alright that I give you the credit for discovering it? I'd feel terrible if I didn't.Thecontributor22 (talk) 00:45, September 4, 2020 (EDT)

I guess you could add it if you want. Don't worry about credit or anything. Alex the Weeb 04:17, September 4, 2020 (EDT)
Okay, then. Once again, thank you!

Thecontributor22 (talk) 11:31, September 4, 2020 (EDT)

Wario's Back Throw[edit]

Since only the Back throw has a video that has DI on it:, I look at most of the data from the 8.0 Knockback list found on Reddit (which are kill% tested on the middle of FD without DI unfortunately). As stated in the moveset section, Wario's Back throw is not a viable kill throw, it only KOs Mario at the edge of FD at 196% with DI. Not sure about Up air, that section of the document is currently blacked out for me for no reason idk why. Grand Dad.png NPM Morr!? NaughtyPigBoi.jpg 11:40, September 9, 2020 (EDT)

It is very misleading to only use DI data for 1 throw, just to make sure it fits a certain description. If you really want the data to incorporate DI, you should get it for all 3 throws. Alex the Weeb 11:42, September 9, 2020 (EDT)
OK, i see, there are literally omly 1 or 2 videos that shows DI, just found that Wario's Up air kills Mario at 170% on mid FD without DI. Also I still feel like since Wario's Back throw kills that late maybe change the wording to "only kills at really high percents" idk. Grand Dad.png NPM Morr!? NaughtyPigBoi.jpg 11:49, September 9, 2020 (EDT)
If you're referencing that other user's edit, 169% (the actual KO percent) from the ground for an up air is pretty good. Remember that up airs are designed to hit above the fighter, so you'll usually be netting KOs with them from noticeably higher than ground height. As for the back throw thing, the wording can be changed, but also bear in mind that base-heavy throws such as Wario's back throw benefit much more from rage than scale-heavy throws. For instance, with max range Wario's KOs at under 140% without DI, and even with DI it KOs at around 155%, many back throws can't even do that. Alex the Weeb 11:59, September 9, 2020 (EDT)
So probably change it to "kill at high percents with rage", also no I am not referencing the other user's edit, I found the kill percent to be 170% on the list myself, which I didn't say it is bad. Grand Dad.png NPM Morr!? NaughtyPigBoi.jpg 12:08, September 9, 2020 (EDT)

Could you help me?[edit]

Could you perhaps actually help me answer some of the questions instead of reverting me right off the bat? I am CERTAIN that the increased difficulty is a thing for sure, I just don't know exactly why or how much. Black Vulpine of the 🦊Furry Nation🐺. Furries make the internets go! :3 18:51, September 26, 2020 (EDT)

I don't exactly know what you expect me to do here. I don't have access to any information that you don't have access to, and you yourself admitted that you weren't sure what's going on here. For all I know, the "increased difficulty" could just be confirmation bias... Alex the Weeb 18:54, September 26, 2020 (EDT)
That's what they said to me about the ledge planting too. I believed (and still do) that it was introduced in an update in Ultimate, but I was at least able to confirm that it was a change that occurred in game transition. That being said, you raise a good point, I shall start labbing this. Black Vulpine of the 🦊Furry Nation🐺. Furries make the internets go! :3 18:58, September 26, 2020 (EDT)

literally a writing coach but ok[edit]

The comma there is entirely unnecessary. I will admit that my initial edit summary was misleading -- there is leeway with whether or not you are permitted to use a comma before a conjunction -- but my focus was to acknowledge the confusion between such a comma and the Oxford comma and I assumed further elaboration was unnecessary. Since I have been proven incorrect, I will now provide that elaboration.

In casual writing such as communication over a personal talk page, you could (but do not have to) include a comma before a conjunction if you would take a pause when saying it out loud. In professional writing such as, I don't know, an encyclopedia, you would only use a comma when absolutely necessary. However, even if we're pretending that an encyclopedia is casual, there would be no pause if I were to say the sentence "N's Castle is the base of operations for Team Plasma in Pokémon Black and White and the setting for the final storyline battles of the game." It's a single, coherent thought. There is no reason that a comma is desirable and certainly not necessary.

If you're going to be a smartass, maybe make sure you know who you're talking to first.

I can provide some resources on commas if you'd like to know more. TheNuttyOne 14:46, September 28, 2020 (EDT)

I don't exactly know what makes me a "smartass" in this situation, but ok. As far as your reverting is concerned however, you could have graduated at the top of your class in the Navy Seals, but that wouldn't change the fact that those commas are perfectly valid, and when at least 2 users believe they should stay there, and you are the only one who seems to think that they're a problem, then they really should be left as they are. Alex the Weeb 14:52, September 28, 2020 (EDT)


I probably would have reverted it anyway for being uncited, but it is quite possible that Mew's appearance odds were patched after the advent of the Sw/Sh DLC, as new creatures were added in when the DLC came about. It is likely to be patched up again when the second DLC run in Sw/Sh releases if this holds true. Perhaps some investigation is in order? Black Vulpine of the 🦊Furry Nation🐺. Furries make the internets go! :3 06:38, September 30, 2020 (EDT)


I was actually about to revert it again myself, but I do feel the need to point out that there is currently an unresolved discussion on Steve's page, which I linked to in my last edit summary. Black Vulpine of the 🦊Furry Nation🐺. Furries make the internets go! :3 18:20, October 3, 2020 (EDT)

As the person who started that conversation, I'd consider it resolved by the presentation using gendered pronouns, and I updated the "gender" section on the page to reflect this. Otherwise, the consensus leans in favor of using "he" by default anyway. ~ Serena Strawberry (talk) 18:23, October 3, 2020 (EDT)

Steve's shield[edit]

In the Shield page, there is a section called Steve's shield. You did put in the move to summon the Crafting Table, but how about the Perfect Shield thing? Why are you removing that? Please let me know why. 19:39, October 6, 2020 (EDT)

I'm not Alex, but I can answer for him: the shield that Steve pulls out is an aesthetic detail, rather than actually doing something in-game. Although I will say, it should definitely be noted somewhere, if it isn't already... Aidan, the Spooky Rurouni 20:12, October 6, 2020 (EDT)
It's on Perfect shield. ~ Serena Strawberry (talk) 20:19, October 6, 2020 (EDT)

My edit to Arsène[edit]

You, uh, read the edit description, didn't you? Sincerely, Samuel the Banjo-Kazooie Boss. SamtheBKBossSIGN.png 15:26, November 16, 2020 (EST)

This: No, hang on. Read the trivia you're defending very closely. As stated in my edit description, it incorrectly compares Kazooie to Pikmin and Lumas, which are mere tools, or moveset elements, whilst Kazooie is something else entirely. She is not a "pivotal role" in "the entirety of a character's moveset," in reference to Banjo, of course. She isn't taking commands. She is a single, discrete character, and she and Banjo are acting independently of one another as fighters in and of themselves, even if she is the one doing most of the heavy lifting and they are KOd together (the latter also defends my "incomparable" point). On the flipside, Banjo isn't comparable to Olimar or Rosalina. Again, he's not giving commands, and he is anything but the main face of the duo, as some claim he is. Sincerely, Samuel the Banjo-Kazooie Boss. SamtheBKBossSIGN.png 17:53, November 16, 2020 (EST)
To chime in on this without furthering the edit war, I agree with Sam that Kazooie shouldn't be mentioned here; she's clearly a co-star with Banjo rather than a secondary companion, and like Arsène, she is an individual rather than an interchangeable species. ~ StrawberryChan (talk) 18:24, November 16, 2020 (EST)
I also have to agree that Kazooie is more of a co-star than just a companion like the others, it's more comparable to the Icies where Nana is her own individual instead of Popo's tool. Kazooie acts independently from Banjo, who doesn't even give commands like Rosalina and Olimar.
Also next time please take it to the talk page instead of edit warring. Thank you. Omegɑ Toɑd Toad.png 19:01, November 16, 2020 (EST)