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Uncharted Territory
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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012

I like Blackrock Stadium w/o hazards. Platforming is a key part of this game, and this level encourages attention to the three shifting platforms.

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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
Practice large. Its fun
This is relevant to my inetrest
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Re: The real competitive stage.

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Colombia is a really good neutral stage. It contains platforms, which do help for some characters as well as large open areas. My only qualm with this stage is that the slants interrupt some characters' combos (Most specifically BD, who really benefits on flatter stages).
I really like small Practice 2 (I believe that's the platform one) as well.

Failing that, Practice Medium is good too.

While I like Hades, it is not a good neutral. Maybe a good counterpick, but not a neutral. Camping below those platforms is really effective.

Oh and Dojo is a TERRIBLE starter. It's really really small in the first part and in the second part it has no walls allowing some characters to set up really stupid combos. It's a good counterpick, but that stage is in no way neutral.

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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
I think any of the Practice Stages are good for competitiveness. Of course, don't take my word for much, I've still only been closely watching others play and waiting to get the game. It seems to me though that Hades or Columbia would also be a nice choice, though.
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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
@TickTech I would sat Franzea is the least competitive stage in the game alonh with Sandover, but I guess we have different meanings of competitive.

^ might as well add all the stages in there.
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Re: The real competitive stage.

May 28, 2013
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Re: The real competitive stage.

May 28, 2013

Ginta2468 wrote:
-_-

Tell me about it...just reported him and moved on...

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May 29, 2013

I would have to say hades, not too small or big. gives gun characters some stretching room, but combo characters can also thrive. the stuns also change it up a bit as you have to stay on your toes at all times.

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Re: The real competitive stage.

May 29, 2013
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Re: The real competitive stage.

May 29, 2013
Why are you guys posting in this thread?
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