Ryan from Xenoblade made in commemoration of chuggaaconroy's well researched guide that has added to many peoples enjoyment of the game.
He needs more fanart c:
This is cool! I love your use of textures and colours, very unique. The only criticism I would say is that his face looks a little flat compared to the rest of his body and his left eye might need a little adjusting to help with the angle of the face. But awesome job ^^
Shulk: now it's shulk time!
Reyn: Hey! that's my line!
Reyn: Hey! that's my line!
"Yeah! Reyn time!"
Thanks but Let's not lose our heads, though.
Ooh~! Nice fanart of Reyn! We just don't see enough of him on here!
Thanks, they can draw any 'buncha jokers' they want as long as it's not Juju.
Rule of thumb- no one likes Juju..... WellIkindadon'thatehimasmuch, but back on topic, I'm glad you didn't add to the pile of "I'm Really Feeling It," because that honestly has to be the worst meme to be associated with this game. Thanks, Smash fanbase. xD;
I like Juju...
I was glad finding out others don't like Juju. He had no character development making him stay a reckless idiot and he allays made me expect a escort mission. I don't mind the "I'm Really Feeling It" meme as it was expected, it's used more creatively then most other Smash memes and you can't help but tribute some the popularity of Xenoblade X's hype to Smash bros. Shulk fans.
For me, "I'm Really Feeling It" ruined Shulk for most people. It took who many consider to be a relatable and amazingly-written protagonist, especially given how his position could have easily been Dunban's, and made it a complete joke... Or at least, that's how Smash Bros. made him out to be for me. Also, Shulk doesn't even say that line all that often in the original game, so I think they shot themselves in the foot for the line selections of his taunts. I guess the reason why I'm so bitter towards that one line is because if a meme means more than the actual character and the story they want to tell, what's the point? I know that's probably not the case, but I don't think Smash Bros. did a very good job with representing the Xenoblade universe in a proper light. (Also, I think "Reyn Time" is a MUCH better meme in comparison to Smash Shulk's lines.)
To each their one I guess. "Falcon punch" was huge and "you're to slow" was used to the point of trolling but I couldn't see any affect of then on their franchises. As to the frequency of the phrase all them said during gameplay are about the same with the exception of talent arts particularly Sharla's (due to how it works) making it redundant to ever have a cold themed place let alone a frozen door when she must be holding a gun with the heat of the sun! I would assume Monolith soft (makers of the xeno games) helped with Smash Bros. 4 and had direct involvement on Shulk considering their development history.