Does space have a standard time or do you rely on the time zones on Earth while you are in space?
Great question. Really it is up to the particular space agency/mission which time zone they use. For example, since the International Space Station is a collaboration between NASA, the Russian Space Agency, the European Space Agency, the Japanese Space Agency, and the Canadian Space Agency, we came up with the compromise of operating on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). So, Space Station time is the same as London time! The International Space Station orbits our planet every 90 minutes, so of course we’re transiting across multiple time zones constantly.
1) What are the attack inputs when you jump over the environments?
The command moves are:
P K -While Landing- P -While Landing- K T (Throw/H+P)
There are 5 moves in total and they are not listed within your move commands for environments.
*While landing* means to hit the attack command when you are about to touch the ground after vaulting in the air, or as you are descending.
2) Will this work after jumping over the sandbags in Hot Zone? and how many stages have this?
Yes. What you see here will work the same way in Hot Zone, just without the open cliff behind that makes them fall off and there is only two stages currently for that environment. (Hot Zone and The Ends of the Earth).
3) I see attacks that looks like it has follow ups after it, do they have follow ups after these certain X/Y moves?
Yes, provided the actual move on the actual command list has string attacks after it. Eliot for example, has his 2H+K converted to -while landing- K here, but the string follow up also returns in this case so the follow up attack would be -while landing- KP. Phase is another example with K and the moment you splat them into the environment. I provided an example on her portion.
If there’s anything missing, let me know right away when possible within the comments.
4) What’s the purpose of this? what’s the point when only two stages has this?
The purpose of this is to provide knowledge on one of the important elements to DOA. The environment. What you see here can be the climax to doing unpredictable damage or to win a close round/match. It’s not very often that these environments will trigger, but it’s useful to know this as well as showing overlooked/underrated mechanic or attacks that people may not be aware of when placed in this situation.
Note: There is also AI-only specific throws after the iceberg/sandbags jump that the CPU has access to. Unfortunately there is no way to perform them currently as a player.
If you have any questions, ask away in the comments.
It has been said that just one of the waterfalls in Yellowstone National Park could be enough to declare the location a National Park, and over 300 are known today. This is an hour of slow motion footage of one of them as it cuts across the lavas of the park. The twigs you see at the lower right? Those are full sized trees piling up in the falls and give an appropriate sense of scale.
She was and will always be the only friend you could go to. High? No problem, she loves to hear about your day. If it’s grey, repeat after her. You are loved. Sad? I’ve got a bone to pick with you. Knock, knock. Who’s there? Woodpeck. Woodpeck, who? I woodpeck your heart out of many. The cheesy jokes are always the best. Genuine and heartwarming, you can feel her smile seas apart. She was and will always be your mountain, I don’t have to move the masses as long as I can make her feel. These kind of souls you don’t get to meet everyday. These kind of hearts you don’t get to love in your insignificant life, she’s not a needle in a haystack– she’s the earth’s goldilocks zone. She’s not one in a million, she’s the last grain of sand in the hourglass. Some tears are too heavy. Hers? Well, there’s only more to love.
An 1898 reconstruction of Pomponius Melas view of the World (circa 43 AD).
Pomponius is unique among ancient geographers in that, after dividing the earth into five zones, of which two only were habitable, he asserts the existence of antichthones, people inhabiting the southern temperate zone inaccessible to the folk of the northern temperate regions due to the unbearable heat of the intervening torrid belt. On the divisions and boundaries of Europe, Asia and Africa, he repeats Eratosthenes; like all classical geographers from Alexander the Great (except Ptolemy) he regards the Caspian Sea as an inlet of the Northern Ocean, corresponding to the Persian (Persian Gulf) and Arabian (Red Sea) gulfs on the south