Feng Thread


#3

Thanks for this info im maining Feng and law. So this will help me figure what to do with feng.


#4

I don’t know him in T6. I just learned this version’s Feng combined with what I know from 5/DR that’s still relevant.


#5

the only real info i got(TZ) was that he just has so many options for launchers than most.


#6

Both his u/f+4 and ws+3 have bad range, also his juggles are weaker than normal. He isn’t a character that looks for launchers at all.


#7

hmmm… must of received some bad Intel i suppose


#8

Added f+3,4.


#9

Does anybody have a video or gif of what this should look like? I’ve been playing Tekken all my life, but decided to get deeper into it with this game. I know it means quarter circle forward instant while standing 1, but I keep getting his shoulder thrust low.

Any tips on the timing?


#10

i seen the japanese player Yuu do it more frequent then other feng players. there is this set of videos but i dont have the time to pinpoint sorry.
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a great way to do a iws is to do a qcb. so the input should look like qcf(animation of his stance)then qcb+1 which is a left jab. it just takes practice.


#11

Anyone know some good Feng combos, especially without Tag Assault? The one I use mostly is uf+4; df+1; f4,3; f3,4; db+3 (At work right now, so I might be a little mistaken. It’s one of the default combos in Feng’s command list).


#12

d, d/f, n + 1

Do not get to f.


#13

Fuck yeah!
Took much training, but I finally got it down. Thanks man.

However I don’t understand what you mean by this

What exactly should I be doing? Am I tagging Feng out with this move or am I doing it when I tag him in?

My Feng has greatly improved thanks to this thread. No more UF+4+Please God let this hit spam from me.


#14

When you tag in you can’t block but you can use moves, so those stances are moves that enable feng to block earlier than usual, since they have auto-blocking.


#15

I think I’m getting it now. I’m not able to cancel his running animation right? I’m just doing it the moment I come in?


#16

Instead of doing the db+3, I do b+1+2. It does a bit more damage. You just have to take a good step forward after the f+3, 4’s bound.


#17

how do you do qcf~iws+1? i havent gotten it once. i try to press 1 late or early and it doesnt work. please help!


#18

It isn’t the right way, but it’s an easy way: Basically, when I feel my d, df, n + 1 isn’t up to scratch, I instead do d, df, b + 1 and it does it every time. It lets you do it a lot faster and easier, while also letting you block if shit goes haywire in the same motion.


#19

Bumping this because I have been playing quite a bit of Feng lately, and I want to bring out the best in the guy. I’m a relative newbie to Tekken, and Feng seems like he’s got a lot of solid tools that fit me like a glove. What’s the current State of the Feng?

I find myself wanting to find ways to bait my opponents into running into his 3,3,4. Damage into back stance for fun trickytimes. Also, DAT SHOULDER.


#20

Do you know the Tekken player named Aris? He has recorded a very good Feng Wei tutorial and it’s on Youtube. The tutorial is over 3(!) hours long because he recorded it live on the stream. I still haven’t finished watching Part 3, but it has a LOT of info on how to play better as Feng Wei.

I’ll link you part 1:

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#21

http://www.dingsme.info/avatar8.jpg

i heard feng is looking good in this version.


#22

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<div class=“QuoteAuthor”><a href="/profile/39685/Kamhaul">Kamhaul</a> said:</div>
<div class=“QuoteText”>how do you do qcf~iws+1? i havent gotten it once. i try to press 1 late or early and it doesnt work. please help!</div>
</blockquote>

for me I do d,df for a little bit the release and hit 1. if you do the full QCF you’re gonna get his qcf+1<br>