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Drobotic

This thread is for everyone to share their strategies for training their Amiibo figures in Smash Bros. Wii U.

I personally chose to train my amiibo in Special Smash with 300% damage and heavy gravity enabled.This helped them learn to treat every attack and step they make like it could open them up for a devastating attack.

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Joeynator3000

I haven't trained mine that much yet, haven't figured out how I want Yoshi to fight yet. Oh I'm sorry, I meant Boshi. owo

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LzWinky

I just played with my Link, and now he's the most annoying opponent

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FriedSquid

I'm pretty much waiting to really train my amiibos until I get some good equipment and custom moves to feed them.

I'm not really sure how amiibos learn or what's the best way to get them to learn things, so I'd love to know what you guys are doing to train them.

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DharcAbsolution

I set my Little Mac against a lvl 9 AI Little Mac till level 10 so it gains the basics of Little Mac. Then i personally went to training it mirroring me as Little Mac until level 30. At that point i started shifting between my main characters(Dark Pit, Palutena, Greninja, Lucario, Lucina/Marth, Wii Fit Trainer, Sheik, and occasionally Samus or Zero Suit Samus) until level 50. I put it against a team of 4 lvl 9 AIs and it beat the hell out of them. Make sure when you teach them grabbing hit them once then throw them in the direction. That tiny bit of damage can make a difference between a KOing Launch and them being able to survive it

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LaserdiscGal

Man I didn't realize how in depth the training feature is, I may have to actually pick up smash earlier than I thought so I have a real use for my amiibos aside from Mario Kart and Hyrule Warriors.

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BakaKnight

Honestly I just randomly fight with my Amiibo without much of a plan, what annoy me is that it look like my Amiibo learned more from the CPU than me even if I can beat any Lv.9 CPU >.>; Althought I guess their constant and predictable rolling is all my fault ^_^;

I still managed to create a very dangerous amiibo by simply feed the auto-heal ability to my WFT. It's a true nightmare to beat her, just miss few attacks and meanwhile she get back to 0%; I totally do NOT recommand to do the same unless you want a real hard to beat opponent XD

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Drobotic

I put my Samus and Fox amiibo on a team against 2 lvl 9 CPU opponents in a match on an Omega stage with no items.At the end,I noticed that Fox got far more kills than Samus did.This makes me wonder how training with items affects an amiibo's behavior,as I trained the Samus amiibo with items,unlike the Fox one.My next experiment:What happens when I have a lvl 1 amiibo train with a lvl 50 amiibo?

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Drobotic

BakaKnight wrote:

Honestly I just randomly fight with my Amiibo without much of a plan, what annoy me is that it look like my Amiibo learned more from the CPU than me even if I can beat any Lv.9 CPU >.>; Althought I guess their constant and predictable rolling is all my fault ^_^;

I still managed to create a very dangerous amiibo by simply feed the auto-heal ability to my WFT. It's a true nightmare to beat her, just miss few attacks and meanwhile she get back to 0%; I totally do NOT recommand to do the same unless you want a real hard to beat opponent XD

Yeah,I let my Samus have the healing shield and it got annoying when it started to heavily rely on it and use it too much.

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Drobotic

Today,I tried putting my Fox amiibo on a team by itself against another team of 3 Foxes and see if it could improve and possibly defeat them all.I'll give you all updates on what happens.

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