All the Zombie Art that’s fit to print! Hi Zombie Lovers! Welcome to another thrilling installment of Zombie Daily! Today, MORE Super Smash Bros characters! Well, actually, the last one from the second series! This time it’s Zero Suit Samus…the Zombie! She is a long last holdout from the second run of Zombie Characters from the series, a bit delayed because of me just being busy! It’s all good, as ALL Zombie Art I create will eventually get posted here!

As with all of the Second Series of Smash Characters, I’f pulled a bit of info on them so that both you and  can know the background a bit better. This is what the site ‘Smash Wiki’ had to say about the character :

Zero Suit Samus (ゼロスーツサムス, Zero Suit Samus) is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. 4. She was confirmed in the Super Smash Bros. Direct on April 8th, 2014, exactly a decade after Metroid: Zero Missionwas released in Europe. Like Sheik, Zero Suit Samus is now a standalone character, meaning that she and Samus cannot transform into each other under any circumstances. Zero Suit Samus is once again voiced by Alésia Glidewell, albeit via recycled voice clips from Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Zero Suit Samus is currently ranked 2nd out of 56 on the tier list, placing her in the S tier alongside Sheik and Rosalina & Luma and is an improvement from her ranking of 9th out of 38 in Brawl. Zero Suit Samus possesses a dominant air game, with two very safe aerials in her neutral and back aerials, while her up aerial is incredibly effective for juggling. Zero Suit Samus also has what is arguably the best punishment game, courtesy of her fast movement speed, a paralyzing projectile in Paralyzer, and an incredible combo game that can lead to either KOs or large amounts of damage in quick fashion. In addition, Zero Suit Samus possesses a long reaching and varied recovery, courtesy of having two tether recoveries, a third jump in Flip Jump and her new up special, Boost Kick.

While she has outstanding positives, Zero Suit Samus also has some negatives. Her grab game is very poor; while it has very good range and her down throw is a reliable aerial combo starter, it is extremely slow and thus punishable if whiffed. Her ground game is also somewhat poor compared to her amazing air game, while her off-stage presence is minimal despite her great aerial mobility and varied recovery. Zero Suit Samus has a weak neutral game, requiring players to have great mix ups along with spacing to rack up damage efficiently, score KOs, and avoid getting punished. Regardless of her flaws, Zero Suit Samus is widely considered to be an outstanding character, which is evident in her consistently high tournament results from her dedicated players.

However, Zero Suit Samus’ ranking on the tier list is under debate due to the slight nerfs she received in updates 1.1.4 and 1.1.5. While some of her mains, such as Nairo, have achieved slightly worse results with her due to these nerfs, some of her other mains, such as Marss, still achieve outstanding results regardless.

Okay, so there you have it! Of course, all of this information would be radically changed if she were a Zombie!

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