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Zelda (SSB4)/Down throw

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Hitbox visualization showing Zelda's down throw.
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Overview

Zelda unleashes a series of magical blasts into the grounded opponent, launching them vertically. An efficient set-up in many situations for an aerial follow-up, most notably her neutral, back, and up aerials. Of these, up aerial tends to strike the greatest balance of reliable and powerful, particularly at higher percents, while neutral aerial is the best option at lower damage.

Hitboxes

Throw

Hitbox type Damage Angle Base knockback Knockback scaling Fixed knockback value Weight dependent
Throw 2% 100 85 55 0 No

Collateral

Looping hitbox, hits four times.

ID Part Damage SD Angle BK KS FKV Radius Bone Offset SDIx FFx T% Clang Rebound Type Effect G A Sound Direct
0 0 1% 0 AngleIcon40.png 0 100 25 7.2 0 0.0 2.0 0.0 1.0x 1.5x 0% HitboxTableIcon(NoClang).png HitboxTableIcon(Rebound).png TypeIcon(Magic).png EffectIcon(Magic).png HitboxTableIcon(GroundedTrue).png HitboxTableIcon(AerialTrue).png M Magic zap SpecialsDirect.png


This move in SSBM This move in SSBB This move in SSB4 This move in SSBU Zelda's moveset
Neutral attack · Forward tilt · Up tilt · Down tilt · Dash attack · Forward smash · Up smash · Down smash
Neutral aerial · Forward aerial · Back aerial · Up aerial · Down aerial
Grab · Pummel · Forward throw · Back throw · Up throw · Down throw
Floor attack (front) · Floor attack (back) · Floor attack (trip) · Edge attack
Neutral special (def · c1 · c2) · Side special (def · c1 · c2) · Up special (def · c1 · c2) · Down special (def · c1 · c2) · Final Smash