Need some Melee experts to answer some questions

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  1. Lucifer666
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    Lucifer666 all the world needs is me

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    Hi guys

    Believe it or not I'm writing a research paper on Melee

    Anyway what I need to know is this: in a Fox vs. Fox no item match, what is the outcome (in terms of damage to either player) of the following:

    • Fox 1 does a forward tilt (side-a, not smash/charge though) the same time Fox 2 does a neutral attack (a)
    • Fox 1 does an up tilt (up-a, not smash/charge and not an air attack) the same time Fox 2 does a neutral attack (a)
    • Fox 1 does a down tilt (down-a, not smash/charge though) the same time Fox 2 does a neutral attack (a)
    I've been trying to work this out myself in training mode on melee but I have no one to help me and using two controllers at once is near impossible

    BTW, when I say "the same time", I mean the time of impact is the same, not the time the button is pressed

    (if the moves cancel out tell me)

    (I know money/rewards get people to help out quick so I'm willing to return the favour, click your sig to give you internets, you name it)
     
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  2. Drud1995

    Drud1995 GBAtemp Regular

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    Just make up some values that seem valid! I highly doubt your professor plays video games!
     
  3. astropancakes

    astropancakes Newbie

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    You need to ask the master of Melee frame data himself: Kadano https://twitter.com/Kadano

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    My guess is that in all three of those scenarios, the moves listed all have equal priority and will "clank"; that is, the moves will hit each other, immediately cancel (with neither player receiving damage), and play a sword "clang/clank" sound effect (as well as a small visual flash effect).