What actually happens when an Amiibo levels up and what causes it to level up?

  • Thank you for pointing out this thread I was unable to find it previously. – user100671 Dec 15 '15 at 17:48
  • After further reading I still found nothing there on the topic of what specifically triggers the level up of the Amiibo – user100671 Dec 15 '15 at 17:50
  • In the question, it says "The more the amiibo is played, the more it levels up". – Brian Dec 15 '15 at 18:44
  • I understand that is the general way but what is the specific thing that triggers each individual event. – user100671 Dec 15 '15 at 18:46

According to Super Smash Bros wikia:

Amiibo can be used as a specialized computer player, with the tag "FP" (Figure Player) above them.
Figure Players start at level 1 like regular CPU players, but as they fight more often, they can continue to level up, to a cap of 50.
As they gain levels, amiibo can potentially "learn" techniques from other characters: if a player frequently uses long-ranged, camping techniques, then the amiibo will also begin to emulate this behavior. This learning continues even after the 50 level cap is reached.

In addition, an amiibo can gain improved fighting statistics, such as improved damage, knockback, and reaction times, the higher its level is. Finally, higher-leveled Amiibo can adapt to individual matches faster than lower-leveled Amiibo.

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