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In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, players can create custom rulesets and save them for further use. Is there a way to temporarily change the rules for one match (e.g. turn all items off), without creating and naming a new custom ruleset?

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    You can edit an existing rule-set and then edit it back...would that do what you want? You'd still need to change it back manually after the match is over though... – scohe001 Mar 2 at 21:16
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    I doubt there is, but I really hope so, I would be enthused to know how to do this – Reinstate Monica NOW Mar 3 at 3:40
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    Can you Copy Rulesets? If so you could dupe your rule set, make the changes and then delete the Dupe when you are done. – Malco Mar 4 at 15:25
  • @Malco This would still be a lot of overhead. Why is there no menu like in Melee, where I could just quickly turn items on or off? – MechMK1 Mar 12 at 16:20
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    @DavidStockinger it would be added overhead but I don't think there is an easier way. New Smash is great when it comes to gameplay but there are a bunch QoL changes that could be made to smooth menus – Malco Mar 12 at 16:22
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You cannot change a rule set for only one game. You can edit the mode and change whatever you want and then after the game go back and change everything.

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