Yes, he should be classified as defensive in my opinion, but his defense is poor. If you see a Toadette late in the tournament at higher ELO, I would recommend you treat them very, very cautiously. And to the players I gave shout outs to, you’re all great competitors. Oh, and step up to the service line to return their serves. Proper use of mind games and charged shots are enough to wear them down and beat them, now. Most Waluigis just stand in the middle of the court, and from there, they just lunge and trick shot.
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Why is he a power character? How’s the view up there, being carried by your character and all? He is not good at ending them, bar an energy discrepancy or his opponent severely screwing up. Here are my matchup notes from when I played Walugi in tournament for a walugii day and got to rating: Closing thoughts coming soon!
Most Waluigis just stand in the middle of the court, and from there, they just lunge and trick shot.
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So uh, be ready for those. But how can this be punished?
Peach has enough angle on her shots to circumvent Waluigi’s range. Focus on side trickshots, and abuse Luigi’s poor range to get him diving and to get the upper hand on him, energy wise.
To beat a tricky character, you have to also be tricky. Daisy has good angles and good trickshots. Lob shots JUST out of his trickshot can do some real damage to a Waluigi, especially if they are charging because it adds the extra step of a charge cancel on top of forcing them to move out of position to catch the lob. Not a tough match up. By virtue of being a mirror match, the more skilled Waluigi basically comes out on top every time. Double tap flats to deny them their charged shots, dropshots to punish them for chilling in the back of the court like they’re untouchable.
I start most Waluigi mirror matches chilling on the service line and figuring out my opponent’s tendencies, but some Waluigis looking at you, Link and tstew! Mix up your shots to mess up his timing and deplete his emter, and if your flats are getting constantly side trickshotted?
Looking at you, joey! Honestly, most of the times I get most destroyed is by a high quality Peach looking at you, hipot! Otherwise you will get Service Aced or lose form almost every time.
Obviously, this is very situational. Otherwise, just respect the curve on her slice and dropshot away. Go to the net to cut off their angles, use Waluigi’s range to catch curving slices, and be as aggressive as you can without being stupid. She can’t do crazy 80 degree net angles if she’s stuck in the middle, and she kinda has to go where the ball goes. I’m still pretty bad, though!
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You mean at the T? Yes, he should be classified as defensive in my opinion, but his defense is poor. Boards Mario Tennis Aces Waluigi: If they lob, zone speed, get under the marker, and do a star shot.
Just be wary of the fact that Rosalina has really good movement speed whilst charging that means don’t just randomly throw up lobs, you WILL get punished and you’re good to go.
Waluigi is good at extending points. Finish them off with a max charge flat, lob, or zone shot. Oh, and step up to the service line to return their serves. In general, especially with the back trickshot nerf, his backwards range is sucky, and his backwards lunge is god awful. Throw in a dropshot and watch as Wario slides on his ass towards