NKI is the reason she has a wiki.
Heck, NKI *IS *a Chun Wiki. Miss that dude, he was/probably still is sooo good.
I got some interesting tech used on me by the Japanese Chun-Li player SENretsuGirl on G.G.P.O. I.D.K. if he/she was using macros, but what that person could do with Chun was pretty nuts.
Use S.B.K.* as an overhead** with O. chun*
This is just nuts. Technically, the input would have to be down/down back, up, forward kick. So down back, circle aroud to up, circle around to forward just in time, then kick. IDK if this is a macro or just an extremely devoted S.T. Otaku… And even then, he would have to achieve this on purpose in the first place to record it. He was doing jump forward spinning bird kick with N. Chun too, but according to him the overhead trick- or J.F. S.B.K. or whatever, Sen couldn’t type much in English but could read well. This is definitely something I’d like to learn to do. It would be nice vs O. Sagat at certain ranges. Am I right on the theoretical input?
EDIT: OK, it’s easy with old chun. d/db, up forward kick. now onto n chun. anyone got anything about that?
Consistently use 2 different height jabs to hit confirm into legs.
Humanly possibly, but dang is it hard without turbo.
J. hk, St. hp, Some rather damaging from of legs.
A Bnb of sorts, but with higher damage versions of legs it’s rather difficult unless you were to buffer during both hits- which I find easiest when testing by using turbo. Lk legs would work but many times this combo stunned, so I’m assuming it was medium or hard kick. Almost a tod!
Not as amazing but…
I learned St. lp’s pretty good vs fake Crossups. This was a Chun mirror and I tend to do some fakes.
In general, this chun was insanely on point and good. Please play vs him/her. He even used the old fireball> super trick, which was pretty cool! I don’t see a lot of Chuns on there apart from people who switch to her momentarily because they think she’s “easy”, so I in general don’t get to see much of her new-ish tech. The best I’ve seen are this user and lightning@legs or something, also Japanese.