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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
I think practice stage medium, not saying platforms are bad but they help with underhanded tactics, medium practice stage is plain, not too small not to big, no character has a major advantage and it comes down to pure skill
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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
^Well that is competitive indeed.
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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
You know what I will make it fair and take out the rival stage. You can't even use it for multiplayer. So the most competitive for me is Practice Medium.
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Dec 16, 2012

Practice stage small is about the size of the rival stage. It's only a tad smaller.

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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
Dojo. That tightly packed space and hazard make the game interesting, it changes the style for some characters, some more than others of course.

MAY THE SQUARE DRIVE YOUR BLADES KRATOS!
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Dec 16, 2012
My personal favorite is the hades stage.
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Dec 16, 2012
As for the good reason it's nicely spaced and the hazard are great as you have to be careful of hades with that nasty stun. It provides a setup for characters who have no good kill combo for their lvl 1
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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
I would say San Francisco but then I'd be lying because that's my best map.

Most challenging and/or competitive-Esque i would say franzea because the **bleep** is tricky if you're not 100% focused.
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Re: The real competitive stage.

Dec 16, 2012
Columbia.
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