CStrife187, post: 2242683 wrote:
so, just for clarification, if I use this move to attempt an approach and retreat when my opponent shields is that still stalling?
what I mean is retreat while still invincible because I notice my opponent is shielding, so I don't actually use the attack at the end.
alphazealot, post: 2242686 wrote:
Or, we could not ban it, and ban it if it proves to be a problem/is really broken. No one has ever used this in tournaments and it was only discovered a few days ago. This seems premature. At the very least, there should be some sort of time limit on stalls instead of an unclear "excessive" stalling note. What about wall infinites? Can those go all the way to 999% and then even when you do when do you have to stop?