Lord Gemma, post: 2965143 wrote:
but i dont have a clue about the advantage you get out of it with links and bnbs, can sum1 plz private msg me or break the shit down so i can start buttin it in2 proper practice. Ive had my t e stick for a lil while but i still suck at it. I cry out to my pad everytime i get beat cuz i feel like samson with a ceasar without my pad. someone plz help a brotha out!
raeli, post: 2965149 wrote:
I'm still struggling with plinking. I dunno why. I can't do it 100% consistently like I can kara throws..
Dannkk, post: 2965151 wrote:
I found my camera and was bored, so I made the video people have been asking for. You'll see, it just looks like hitting two buttons at the same time, can hear that it's not, though.
Matsute, post: 2965154 wrote:
Hmm, I need tips for doing the RH loop with Akuma. I just can't seem to find a good way to do it...
MagnetoManiac, post: 2965158 wrote:
the real master of p linking
If done right, in the training mode with input display on, you should see this:
(second frame) down+LK+MK
(first frame) down+MK
Note: if you didn't do it right, the second frame input would have been down+LK only.
eekbot, post: 2965160 wrote:
i am trying to learn plinking with viper. if i JUST do the plinking, it works nearly every time and mp comes out. no problems there.
however, if i try it in her combo - cr. lk > st. lk > plinked cr. mp (with lp)....
according to the description above, my input display says i'm doing it correctly, but in actuality, a cr. lp keeps coming out instead.
can anyone tell me what i'm doing wrong? is viper's combo a special exception to the rule? is my timing close enough to fool the input display, but not the input itself? thanks in advance.
You're pressing the buttons too quickly so a chained c.lp comes out. Remember, "plinking" is short for "priority linking". If several moves are possible, the one with the highest priority will get executed (plinking is a form of option selection). Mp has higher priority than lp, but chaining lp has higher priority of mp. So if you press multiple buttons during the chain window, the chain with the highest priority will get executed. If a chain is not possible, the normal with the highest priority takes precedence.
To remedy your problem, slow down your inputs.
Warahk, post: 2965163 wrote:
Saying chained jab has greater priority than unchained strong isn't really true. The reason jab comes out is because strong can not come out during this window. Strong has greater priority than jab.
SRKiDD, post: 2965165 wrote:
I'm having an issue when I plink, for example when I'm trying a cr.jab into a medium kick on the input display it shows I properly plinked it but the moves don't combo. Is there something I'm doing wrong?
xi weng, post: 2965168 wrote:
Sorry if this is already answer,
Do you hold the first button while pushing the second button or do you let go?
I can get the input to show the what kirby is talking about, but i don't know if i'm doing it right.
MOUNTAINDREW, post: 2965170 wrote:
can anyone help me relate this to sagats Bnb? (c.lk c.lk c.lp TU)
from what i can understand it still seems easier to learn the timing
also is there anyway this could help with the input for his fake kicks?
AuthenticBlaze, post: 2965177 wrote:
I tried the link that KIRBY gave on the fron page also to see if i was plinking correctly. For some reason i am getting it but it comes out like this
1.jump in hk(thats what i added)
6. Gahoudaken(sorry if i mispelled)
Now for some reason i keep connecting but i dont think i am plinking the cr.lp to cr.mk. If someone could explain what i am doing wrong this would be great. Although my connection for the cr.lp to cr.mk has improved
SSblanka, post: 2965178 wrote:
nope you're not plinking. you're getting it because you're hitting the cr. mk at the right time. you're pressing the lk too late. it should be like this:
AuthenticBlaze, post: 2965179 wrote:
So my timing was off! Now what's got me confused about plinking is when i press the mk~lk simultaneously it should come out like this
1. Am i correct?
The problem im having is the timing! I guess i'll have to keep trying in the training mode
amro, post: 2965096 wrote:
Do you only play against Ryu, or do you memorize visual cues for every matchup? I find it much easier to use aural cues.
HilariousCow, post: 2965190 wrote:
How long until someone suggests you wear your character's Green outfit to get an advantage over your opponent?
KIRBYSIM, post: 2964742 wrote:
If you use plinking or "sliding frame input" (which btw is a loose translation of what the Japanese call plinking; none of that Tsuji-style egotistical nonsense which I wish some mod would remove from the thread title)