Leffen is one of the most popular players in Smash Ultimate. He has a tier list for his favorite characters, and he isn’t afraid to share it with you!
We know that Leffen loves playing as Fox – but what other characters does he like? To find out, we talked to him about his top 10 favorite characters in Smash Ultimate. Read on below to see who made leffen’s tier list.
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Cody (upper) – One of my favorites from Smash 64 that I grew up on when he was one of the most dominant characters at high level play. Link (lower)- Link has always been super strong since Melee*. Cody might be higher than some
of the other characters in my top ten because he is much more fun to play, but I don’t think Link has ever been lower than fourth on any tier list.
Samus (lower) – She’s always been one of the most consistent and best at camping out a space where she can shoot projectiles. Ike (upper)- Ike was so underrated back when Melee came out and it took people awhile to realize what his true potential was.” Samus might be higher than some of the other characters in my top ten because she is just as strong right now, but Ike never gets nerfed due to how fast he moves across stages with powerful aerials that cover distance quickly.
“Link would be banned for being too low tier.” Link might be higher than some of the other characters in my top ten because he is much more fun to play, but I don’t think Link has ever been lower than fourth on any tier list.
“Ness would be banned for being too low tier.” Ness could be a part of this group as well, since his recovery can get him back into matches quickly and easily with powershielding projectiles which are vital against most opponents; however, like Mario before her nerf last year she’s not very strong enough right now. “Pichu would be banned for being too high tier.”” Pichu was one of the best characters in Melee when it first came out due to its fast movement speed that made it difficult to hit. But like most of the other characters below, he is much weaker in Ultimate. ”
“Luigi would be banned for being too low tier.” Luigi has been one of my favorite Smash players since Melee and it’s very disappointing to see him so weak here. I don’t think any character that’s ranked lower than 12th on this list deserves a ban because there are plenty of ways they can still compete with high-tier opponents as long as their weaknesses are played correctly by them or countered by someone else; however, if you’ve never played against Luigi before then feel free to not play against him when playing online!
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Website Content: “I think Palutena should be banned for being too low-tier.” I find this one a bit odd because she’s actually in the top 15 of my rankings. It’s not surprising to see that some characters are stronger than others, but if you’re talking about ranking them from best (strongest) to worst (weakest), then there would need to be more space in betweener and Bowser Jr. Otherwise it seems like an arbitrary decision when using rank as your criteria. Maybe his logic is that since Palutena is even worse at recovery than other mid-low tier characters such as Diddy Kong, she should be banned.
I don’t agree with this because Palutena has a lot of strengths to her kit that make up for the weaknesses in other areas. For example, she can run fast and dash jump off stage! Both of these abilities combined allow her to recover from almost any distance back onto the stage when facing against an opponent who is trying not let you return by consistently gimping your recovery as it comes out (although they are forced to also worry about recovering). Another reason why I disagree with leffen’s argument is because there have been many times where my opponents get so frustrated at me being able to escape their combos or avoid getting pinned on the edge due to good reading whenever I’m playing Palutena.