Should I post my Super Smash Bros. movesets?
When I was young (not really that young, but younger than my current age), I used to make Super Smash Bros. movesets for characters not owned by Nintendo. When I say “move-sets”, I don’t mean just their potential special moves, I mean every.single.possible.move. Their A tilts, smash attacks, jump attacks, throws, and sometimes even their recovery moves (like when a character attacks from the ground, or is climbing up an edge). I would write and describe their attacks in fine detail, and I would use my imagination to play those moves out.
I created movesets for popular video game characters such as Travis Touchdown, 3 for Jak and Daxter (his light and dark side had separate moves), 3 for Banjo-Kazooie (1 as them together, and then them separated), Leon S. Kennedy, Mr. Mime, Togepi, and others.
I also dipped into the anime realm, and made movesets for characters from Naruto, Samurai Champloo, Samurai Seven and Fooly Cooly. And, on occasion, I would create characters from scratch and give them some sweet moves.
I’m debating whether or not I should post some of the movesets on my blog. I’d like the interwebz to see how super cool and creative and smart and g-status I am, but I fear that my ideas will be either stolen or borrowed from.
Either that, or Nintendo will grab ‘em and use them and I’ll get NOTHING. >:l
That awkward moment when you’re impaled with Saddler’s mutated penis