Pretty sure you’re just auto-piloting. If you look at all your responses to other people, you always tell them to do ST.MP into ST.LP instead of straight up MK. Always bothered the hell outta me also. Whatever works for you I guess, but that’s not the best way to go about it.
What…? Unless you’re doing a Tsumuji Loop the best combo is st.MP, st.MP, st.MK, but vs. Abel you can Tsumuji loop him twice if you don’t. What does this have to do with autopiloting? Also, where are these responses?
st.MP, st.MP, st.MK xx LK Tsumuji, st.LP, st.MK xx EX Tsumuji, kara~Raida
Stun = 597
Damage = 401
The purpose of this clip isn’t to show anything other than the kara~Raida, but whatever. If the opponent is crouching you can only Tsumuji Loop them once anyway, so you don’t even need to use the kara~Raida.
Pretty neat, much appreciated. Howeverrrr, if you’re going to start doing these videos then you might want to start out with some less situational tools. This is useful in like 1 matchup for 1 purpose, but you can just mash dp instead of raida in this instance anyway. It’s some good info but I’m sure people would be more interested in vortex or option select options.
I agree with prorook i’m very interested in seeing some more down to basic ibuki play like working on some SJC’s? option selects? vortex options and ways to land ultra 2 and 1 (with or w/o sjc’s) thanks!
Yeah this is just a test of format really. I’ve come across a few moments where I needed the kara-Raida, but as you say, just do Kazegiri instead. Thanks, I might actually do this properly in the near future.
I don’t mean the full combo lol, I mean the st.MP as a meaty. IMO it’s better than cr.MP because you can set it up easier, and cr.MP, st.LP is really unreliable. =(
Jesus, I thought it’d be obvious we were talking about the jab you add after the ST.MP for no reason. You always recommend that. There’s no reason to add that jab unless you’re scared of missing the MK after.