Console/Froggy G/Tips & Tactics

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Playing As:[edit | edit source]

  • Using your Splash Dash in a way that you end right next to your target will give you a larger window of opportunity to damage your enemy with Tornado Move or the Bolt .45 Fish-gun.
  • Hammer Pants upgrade description explains that you must "aim at the ground to execute". In reality, the effect will occur if you hit any kind of terrain, including walls, ceilings and enemy turrets.
  • Both Can't Touch This and [Console/Right Back At Ya!|Right Back At Ya!]] allow Froggy G to damage turrets with little to no punishment.
  • Turbo Tape can turn Tornado Move into a powerful chasing and escaping tool.

Playing Against:[edit | edit source]

  • While Froggy G is immune to all forms of direct damage during Splash Dash, crowd control effects will still be applied to him.
  • As a brawler, Froggy G excels in one versus one combat. Be sure to stick to your team and avoid being lined up as to make sure at least one team member avoids Splash Dash's stun and is ready to punish him for it.
  • If Froggy G is using Right Back At Ya!, stop using attacks that can be reflected until it wears off. See a list of what can be reflected and what cannot here.
  • Tornado Move can be interrupted by some crowd control effects, like stuns.
  • If an enemy Froggy G is constantly using his Splash Dash to attack, save a Crowd Control to punish him afterward or even maybe kill him.