Chikara no Hadou: Evil Ryu Strategies & Match-up Thread

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  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    -Cross- wrote: »
    Any tips for Vs Bison? Having a hard time competing with his HK and MK

    You can use st.MK, st.MP, and st.MK are good pokes to compete with his st.MK and st.HK. Also, if you're sure he doesn't have charge, just throw fireballs.

    I know what you mean, though. It feels almost impossible to whiff punish his st.MK sometimes, especially if I'm trying to land my low forward.
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  • -Cross--Cross- Body ga...amee ze! Joined: Posts: 271
    I normally win the matchup by getting in once or twice and abusing his defense with reads, but I generally lose the neutral which I think I could be playing MUCH better. There aren't very many videos of the top players playing against him either which makes it harder
  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    Any tips on the Hakan matchup?
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  • AceKombatAceKombat (́◕◞౪◟◕‵) ”WINNERS DON’T USE ALMIGHTY.” Joined: Posts: 2,112
    Any tips on the Hakan matchup?

    When Hakan's meterless and oiled up, it's ok to zone as long as he's not mid-range to focus attack and dash normal into a slide. Although, you don't want him to build more oil, so be aggressive at this. Hakan's are likely to be "focus-happy" when oiled up... you should have Low Forward xx Tatsu ready, use Target Combo, or use Forward Axe Kick against focus attacks and apply CH combos from it (Low Fierce usually works as long as you are not too far away. Also, his U1 can punish Forward Axe Kick far away when oiled, and a short distance without oil).

    Do not throw fireballs far away or at wrong times when he's oiled up and has at least 1 bar. He will punish it will EX Oil Slide very likely. His super also punishes fireballs btw.

    Play smart in neutral, you don't want to have your Low Forward whiff punished by his Toward Short xx Oil Slide. The momentum shift is not fun. St.Fierce and St.Forward will be good against that, but the question is if the Hakan will be looking for those. Almost every normal is useful as long as you predict and react on the expected.

    I haven't tested Oil Slide mix-ups much. If there are unblockables, use your method of choice to avoid it (I prefer QCF method). Otherwise most setups afaik are ambiguous to where you can't DP anti-air them.

    Without oil, GET IN! You might have to watch-out for EX SPD and U1, otherwise, you don't want him to oil back up. Oil obviously makes him even more of a threat.

    For the Oil Dive gimmick resets you can Cr.Jab, Teleport (make sure to use away+KKK to punish accordingly, *look below for options*), Jab DP, Ultra, and more to get out of the reset situation.

    *Some ways to punish on follow-up includes:
    • Ultra II
    • Cl.St.Fierce xx Axe Kick... etc.
    • (Might be strict) Walk up Cr.Strong, Cl.St.Fierce xx Forward Axe Kick... etc.

    Risky for Hakan, but I would also watch out for doing Hop Kicks at bad times if he has U2. It's possible for him to U2 it since you are airborne around 5th frame and onwards.

    Once you give Hakan a run for his oil, you will take your lit cigar out of your mouth, turn your head to the camera, and say: http://giant.gfycat.com/InnocentBitterIsabellineshrike.gif
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  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    AceKombat wrote: »
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    Lol! Thank you!
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  • RammaRamma Team Blockstring Joined: Posts: 1,512
    I'm having a hell of a time with Zangief using Evil Ryu.

    Not only do I play Gief, but I have less/no trouble taking on Gief with other characters I play.

    It's like I don't know quite where to be in terms of spacing, and more times than not he makes his way in. How does Evil Ryu tackle this match?
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  • RammaRamma Team Blockstring Joined: Posts: 1,512
    I'll try again :wink:

    Do we have a list of who st. HP xx MK Axe > st. MK works on mid-screen (and corner only)?
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  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    Ramma wrote: »
    I'll try again :wink:

    Do we have a list of who st. HP xx MK Axe > st. MK works on mid-screen (and corner only)?

    I believe it only works on Seth, Abel, and Poison. :P
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  • vLucifervLucifer Joined: Posts: 25
    edited April 2015
    St.HP+M.Axe > St.Mk works on Abel, poison, Seth. Close.Mp+M.Axe > Mk works on Abel, El fuerte, rose, gouken, dhalsim, poison, & Seth.
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  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    vLucifer wrote: »
    St.HP+M.Axe > St.Mk works on Abel, poison, Seth. Close.Mp+M.Axe works on Abel, El fuerte, rose, gouken, dhalsim, poison, & Seth.

    I think cl.MP to MK Axe Kick works on all characters.
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  • RammaRamma Team Blockstring Joined: Posts: 1,512
    In the Gouken match, what are some tricks and tips for approaching Gouken. I have a difficult time making my way in.

    It's kind of shame on me, because coming from a Cody background, the Gouken match-up was the easiest, so I never really had to study the match too hard.

    Any tips/tricks/dos/don'ts for Sheng Long?
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  • SF09ersSF09ers #1 Daigo Fan Joined: Posts: 842
    So Daigo barely lost to Strider's Abel at CEO and I'm pissed because Abel is such a cheap piece of shit 50/50 mix up characters like that take no skill not to mention he has option selects for literally everything. Can't wait for SF5 no abel and no more option selects! Anyway I noticed Daigo wasn't using any of the shit he did against Shiro's Abel who he faced earlier. Daigo would jump in with lp which beats Abel's anti air and he would also punish step kick with close mp into a combo. He didn't do any of those things at CEO anyone know why those seem like good tech vs. that bullshit character.
  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    SF09ers wrote: »
    So Daigo barely lost to Strider's Abel at CEO and I'm pissed because Abel is such a cheap piece of shit 50/50 mix up characters like that take no skill not to mention he has option selects for literally everything. Can't wait for SF5 no abel and no more option selects! Anyway I noticed Daigo wasn't using any of the shit he did against Shiro's Abel who he faced earlier. Daigo would jump in with lp which beats Abel's anti air and he would also punish step kick with close mp into a combo. He didn't do any of those things at CEO anyone know why those seem like good tech vs. that bullshit character.

    Abel only has one or two footsie tools. He can't mix you up unless you let him in in the first place.
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  • DragonMetsuDragonMetsu twitch.tv/dragonmetsu Joined: Posts: 22
    Is there by any chance a go to punish for Bison's EX Psycho Crusher? Maybe one for right in your face on wake-up and one a little further back on block?
  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    Is there by any chance a go to punish for Bison's EX Psycho Crusher? Maybe one for right in your face on wake-up and one a little further back on block?

    If the Bison player is using it right, then no. It's a free wakeup for Bison. You can beat it with an EX Tatsu on his wakeup. I just don't think it's worth the meter, though.

    The thing is, if Bison is losing and he does a wakeup EX Psycho, he has to work his way back in against you, without charge and with one less meter. If he's winning, well then he still has one less meter.

    If you're a little further back and he decides to EX Psycho, you can punish it with sweep. Good Bison players won't use it on wakeup at this range, though.

    Technically, EX Psycho is -16 on block, shit just travels really far.
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  • mrtom82mrtom82 Joined: Posts: 138
    Is there by any chance a go to punish for Bison's EX Psycho Crusher? Maybe one for right in your face on wake-up and one a little further back on block?

    I've been able to catch him with an autocorrect hk tatsu If he does it point blank on wakeup. As soon as he starts passing through you do df hk, by the time you finish the input and the tatsu starts you're facing the other way and the tatsu chases him.
  • Daniel LMDaniel LM Joined: Posts: 8
    An advice on Abel match up: Forget about kara demons, it doesn't work on him :'(
    https://youtu.be/cOJmdV0sEhs
    
  • Time pantsTime pants Maybe Evil Ryu is just misunderstood? Joined: Posts: 448
    SF09ers wrote: »
    So Daigo barely lost to Strider's Abel at CEO and I'm pissed because Abel is such a cheap piece of shit 50/50 mix up characters like that take no skill not to mention he has option selects for literally everything. Can't wait for SF5 no abel and no more option selects! Anyway I noticed Daigo wasn't using any of the shit he did against Shiro's Abel who he faced earlier. Daigo would jump in with lp which beats Abel's anti air and he would also punish step kick with close mp into a combo. He didn't do any of those things at CEO anyone know why those seem like good tech vs. that bullshit character.

    I know I'm way late to the party here, but I'm astounded by anyone saying Abel, of all characters, takes no skill. That dude is a fucking NIGHTMARE to try and use at any level. Abel takes no skill?

    Man, I've got to get off the Internet. Between this site and Rule 34, I have now officially seen everything.
  • YouScaredNoobYouScaredNoob Joined: Posts: 148
    Hey fellow eryunites!

    Lovely day isn't it?

    Anyways I was vsing my mate who uses Fei Long and I found out just how much mileage you can get out of cr.hp on Fei for whiff punishing.

    So when Fei Long rekkas and it whiffs just do cr.hp into bnb and it will always connect from max distance..

    367 damage for a whiff punish? Sounds awesome!
  • PRBryanDPRBryanD Joined: Posts: 2
    So what exactly happen to this match up thread nothing is up on the first page.. or am i missing something?
  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    PRBryanD wrote: »
    So what exactly happen to this match up thread nothing is up on the first page.. or am i missing something?

    Lol a lot of the character matchup threads are like that, tbh.
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  • PRBryanDPRBryanD Joined: Posts: 2
    ahh I got you bro. guess ill just start hunting down info and making my own matchup chart.
  • YouScaredNoobYouScaredNoob Joined: Posts: 148
    Can we talk about MU again?

    Any advice for Fei, Ryu and Ken? These three give me most trouble against Evil.. what do guys?
  • AudricVsFoodAudricVsFood Joined: Posts: 293
    Can we talk about MU again?

    Any advice for Fei, Ryu and Ken? These three give me most trouble against Evil.. what do guys?

    I'm just going to copy and paste from my own personal notes.

    FEI LONG

    * Don't jump. Expect chick wang.
    * E. Ryu's slow but long range normals make him strong on offense when you can control the spacing but weak on defense when your opponent is controlling the spacing. Try to use your fireball to maintain Fei's respect in the neutral so you can jockey for a better position to use your normals in. Cr.MK is great as a tool but don't lean on it too much or else you'll get predictable and eat a baited whiff punish.

    Focus is good against random rekkas. If you catch your opponent trying to frame trap you with rekkas constantly you can focus in the gap to punish them there too off a good read.

    Bait and whiff punish Fei's cr.HP with your solid walk speed and excellent cr.MK range. E. Ryu's hop kick probably goes over those low attacks too, not a bad choice if you have a good feel for their habits.

    Once you get the life lead remember to back off and make him work for it but don't play too passive or he'll walk all over your slow buttons.

    If you get pushed to a corner just block him out. Those slow normals are ass on defense when you can't go anywhere. Be patient. Evil's just gotta bop Fei two or three times with a solid FADC combo, so playing a strong neutral, having patience, and building meter for full punishes will pay off more than a hair brain button you nervously mash in the corner.
    * Do stand jab after fei blocks a fireball. Will stuff rekkas.
    * Jabs have great priority, but chicken wing itself has pretty shitty priority overall. Any anti air will likely stuff it. Try it out in training mode.
    * I'm not too sure how this match up is but I feel like it's even ish. Fei Long's strength lies in his excellent neutral game and whiff punishing. Do not whiff anything in front of him ever otherwise you will eat c.hp or rekka. Do not fuck with EX rekka or you will die. LP rekka is -5 on block so you need to punish every badly spaced one hard. If you focus a rekka, immediately let it go and you should crumple him, any delay and you die. Careful on your fireballs because the recovery sucks and he can jump in and hurt you or ex chicken wing. He also has an extremely versatile c.mp which can lead to big damage on counterhit and stuff. Your sweep will probably get rekka'd all day on block or whiff. Jumping is hard because he will dp you all the time. His focus is amazing too so be careful about that. I feel like areas where ERyu can capitalize on Fei Long is after a knockdown or a whiff punish since his damage does outclass Fei's by a decent margin. Fei has always been weaker to mixup. Surprisingly he is weak to like mid range focus as he doesn't have too many armor break. Don't focus in range of jab to jab rekka though. Your main strategy will most likely be fighting in his strong neutral game and capitalizing on as much damage as you can on a confirmed c.mk or mixing him up on knockdown.

    RYU

    * Ryu can Ultra 1 through Evil Ryu's fireball
    * Ryu can sweep punish Evil Ryu's cr.MK, Fireball when Ryu is in the corner.
    * Punish misspaced sweeps with low forward, DP or LK Axe Kick FADC combo or while you're cornered.
    * Focus dash through fireball, cr.LP, st.MP. If cl.MP comes out, MK Axe Kick. If st.MP comes out, LK Tatsu or LK Axe Kick FADC combo. Choose which axe kick on reaction.

    KEN

    * Stay out of Ken's step kick range and whiff punish everything.

    Kind of broad advice against the shotos but you weren't really specific on what was giving you trouble. If you have any other questions, I'm willing to give a more extensive breakdown on the matchups.
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  • ShineboxShinebox Joined: Posts: 2,689
    For Ryu use St.MK it will go over cr.MK

    Ken is a little more tricky but I have found his fireball and AA game significantly easier to deal with than Ryu. It's mostly staying out of Kara range.

    Standing HP can counterhit step kicks causing a knock down.

    Try to keep one back for EX fireball.
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