NASB2 player discovers Plankton mechanic similar to Smash’s wobble

We know plankton from Spongebob is a dirty thief who poisons the few customers he gets by serving them cronies. But if that’s not hideous enough, did you know he also has an infinity?

A Nickelodeon All Star Brawl 2 The player posted a clip on Twitter yesterday demonstrating this innovative new technology. From a grab, Plankton can perform a sequence of pushes and waves to collect percentages and carry his opponent to the edge of the screen, then kill them with his command grab on Side B or a charge attack. By using slime, he can increase his movements and kill even earlier.

The technique’s name – Mecha Plobble (which will almost certainly be shortened to “Plobble” as it sounds better) – is inspired by an indentation Super Smash Bros. Melee known as “wiggle.” haunted the competition scene for years. But while wobbling is considered by most Close combat Although the fanbase is a terrible part of the game, it might actually be welcome NASB2.

For one thing, Plankton is the only character who can use this special technology, who doesn’t have much else to offer. He’s a formidable target with slow, predictable attacks. Plobbling gives him a real tool to adjust this game to the playing field and balance it out. It also helps highlight his most defining trait: his devastating penalty game.

Plus, plobbles aren’t nearly as broken as Close combat wobbles. It can’t be matched 999 percent of the time like Shake can, so it can’t be used to stall the match. While it’s not hard (I got it down consistently within 30 minutes of learning it), it’s not nearly as easy as wiggling due to the wavy strokes that need to be made between strokes. And what’s more, it doesn’t even work on every character in the game – it depends on either falling speed or weight.

I would even argue that plobbles are more comparable to chain grabs Super Smash Bros. Brawl because both carry the opponent across the stage and end when the player leaves the stage to continue the infinite. Chain grabs were a defining feature of brawl but not nearly as deadly as Close combat wobbles.

Taking all of this into account, Plobbles could be an interesting way to shake up the world NASB2 Meta. It gives Plankton an obvious win condition and forces the opponent to respect him much more than they would otherwise have to.

Plankton always plays dirty, so it only makes sense that he would do this NASB2 to. Just wait until Mr. Krabs enters the ring and shows him who the fast food tycoon of Bikini Bottom really is.

Subhankar Mondal

Subhankar Mondal is a Nytimas U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Subhankar Mondal joined Nytimas in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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