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In response to some of these splitting controversies, Mew2King has stated that he was either in a poor mood during the tournament sets, or that he agreed to split because splitting was extremely common at the time, with him believing that splitting money was considered acceptable behaviour; he has stated that he was also not aware that the MLG's ruleset banned splitting.

Elite Four Johto: Definitely feel more free. Ford proceeded to win the replay, leading to the following chain of events:.

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However, upon the release of update 1. He also has arguably the best edgeguarding game, due to his aforementioned superb option coverage, as well as some of the best recovery mix-up tactics.

WHOBO MLG - CT ZeRo vs Sethlon - Grand Finals - Project M

Jason Zimmerman. Ads keep SmashWiki independent and free: Occasionally, Mew2King has counterpicked Jigglypuff in certain games against other Jigglypuff players, such as Mango and Hungrybox, which usually lead to his defeat. He started playing competitively and attending tournaments in 2005 for Melee and 2008 for Brawl , and has worked up a reputation of being one of the best Melee and Brawl players in the world due to his great chaingrabbing , camping , and comboing skills, as well as his extremely optimal, technical, and intelligent play style, earning him the nickname The Robot.