All of these are my personal opinion.
When Firestorm is in Level 3 Trait, his special moves do tick damage (damage over time. I noticed that when you're in Level 3, and you hit your opponent with EX Molten Trap or Atomic Burst, they do tick damage, but it stops as soon as you land another hit. I don't know if this is a bug or not, but I think his ticks should stack, similar to Atrocitus' vomit combos. This (possible) bug makes going to Level 3 useless, as Level 2 does the same or better damage.
I think that there should be a way to give players more control over Input Delay (like a slider). When you're crouch blocking with, say, Superman and you want to punish with his F2 (8 frame mid, really good for punishing), you should NEVER get Rising Grab. But you do, and you will about 40% of the time. And this is with Input Shortcuts OFF.
Also, it's so dumb you can't get source crystals after level 60 (without buying them with real money). If I already paid you $100 for this game, don't charge me more money because I want my characters to look a specific way. Maybe have Multiverse Events that reward source crystals. It would be awesome if all 3 of the daily objectives could be displayed at the same time. And it would be great if you could buy more than one Mother Box at once.
And lastly, I hate unblockable interactables. I don't know how many people agree with me, but I think that they require 0 skill to use and are what made the first Injustice so infuriating. And some of LAUNCH into a full combo, like that's just dumb. I remember in one of their streams someone said something like, "if it's something big like a truck or a car, it'll be unblockable". In my opinion if Harley Quinn or Green Arrow don't die instantly after Darkseid or Supergirl does their supermove, I think they can block a freaking car.
If you've made it this far, thanks for reading. If someone from Netherrealm could even consider any of these changes, I'd be satisfied.
P.S. What do you think about having Ra's al ghul as a Robin Premiere Skin?
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