Parabola

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Parabola
Parabola.png
Type Umbrella
Attribute Electric Electric
Weight Medium
Default Fighter 25px Dr. Coyle
Brand Brand8.svg


The Parabola is an Umbrella-type ARMS weapon with the Electric attribute.

Description[edit]

Appearance[edit]

The Parabola is a folding rice-paper umbrella with an electricity motif. It seems to have some sort of electrically charged bauble at the end.

Function[edit]

"A true DIY gem made out of an umbrella, some infrared sensors, and an outdated electrode. Low cost, but highly effective."
Official Description


The Parabola moves slowly when close to an opponent, but is faster at further range, giving it more utility against approaching enemies. It also unfolds when decelerating, giving the ARM a considerable girth. The Parabola has a Medium weight normally, but is Heavy when used during a rush attack.

Technical Data[edit]

Uncharged Charged
90 90

Frame Data[edit]

Charge state Grounded Aerial
Extension speed Retraction speed Extension speed Retraction speed
Maximum duration (uncharged) 96 frames (1.6 sec. approx) 20 frames (0.33 sec. approx) 98 frames (1.63 sec. approx) 21 frames (0.35 sec. approx)
Maximum duration (charged) 96 frames (1.6 sec. approx) 20 frames (0.33 sec. approx) 98 frames (1.63 sec. approx) 21 frames (0.35 sec. approx)
Maximum duration (Rush) 68 frames (1.13 sec. approx) 19 frames (0.32 sec. approx) 69 frames (1.15 sec. approx) 20 frames (0.33 sec. approx)


Grab Grounded Aerial
Extension speed Retraction speed Extension speed Retraction speed
Maximum duration (uncharged) 68 frames (1.13 sec. approx) 20 frames (0.33 sec. approx) 70 frames (1.17 sec. approx) 21 frames (0.35 sec. approx)
Maximum duration (charged) 69 frames (1.15 sec. approx) 20 frames (0.33 sec. approx) 70 frames (1.17 sec. approx) 21 frames (0.35 sec. approx)

Note: ARMS runs at 30 fps when in three or four player split screen, meaning all frame counts are halved.

Note: All frame data shown is tested using Spring Man.

Note: All frame data shown are from punches/grabs that do not contact the opponent and are started at the maximum range possible.

Note: All frame data is used consisting of the ARMS weapon being in both hands.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
 Japanese パラライザ
Pararaiza
Paralyzer
 German Parabola Parabola