Low-parry lar lar lar!


#1

ok i need some help on practicing low-parry …

you guys has been talking about standing and air parries/red-parries

IMO , low-parry is more important …

i saw some scene like …

doing a shoto-close fierce on the opponent after a jump-in and the opponent guards it , later he try to strike back with c.forward or C.RH …

and that shoto player parried the move !! and adds in a damn combo …
therefore , A BAIT !! interesting …

^^^ any strategy to counter this baiting move ?? i guess there are chunk of it …

which type of opponents i need to use low-parry often ??


#2

Do you have a DC?
http://www.bustkaratedojo.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=332

If not, just get out there and start tapping down when you get that “special” feeling. lol


#3

Is this a question about baits, or low parrys?

How to low parry- press down when, as goose said “you get that ‘special’ feeling”…

If you were baited, and got parried low, the person either:
a) read you like a porno magazine
b) got lucky & guessed right
c) pressed down by accident

I’d like to remind you again that low parries are NOT more important than standing parries, and especially not red parries. You can link supers off a standing move, as well as a crouching. And some moves can only be parried high. So reading your opponent is by FAR the most important thing, overall. Otherwise, you can parry all you want, and if you get it wrong, you’re still eating a high-damage combo. :stuck_out_tongue:


#4

That ‘Special’ Feeling:

-When you’ve been taken down and your opponent is hovering over you like a UFO…
-When you’re in the corner and you block a hit pushing your opponent back far enough to where they want to sweep you…
-^ ex: a blocked hurricane kick…
-Remy’s low hulla-hoop…
-When you’ve put throw pressure on your downed opponent who desperately wants to Option Select Defence it…


#5

is just that i think shoto players tend to c.forward frequently …
normally used as an annoying poking strings …


#6

It looks good to parry it, but remember that trying to down parry the c.forward leaves you open to a s.strong link. Whee!

Just don’t get yourself into that mindset, or you’ll be eating a lot of links. :stuck_out_tongue: