Shodokan's Yun Blog

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#1

I decided to start a blog for my newly found absolute obsession with yun and third strike.

Basically it will be a how-to for everything i learn myself as well as everything i practice and how i practice it.

There will also be video break down for every yun matchup i can find on youtube (got a 500 gb external HD so i can hold all of them and such for when i go to college) so if anyone wants a copy of tons of yun matches get at me in a week or so and i should have quite a bit (over 500?)

Should be updated daily… link is in my sig.


#2

Looking forward to reading more :slight_smile:


#3

me too!


#4

I updated my blog

http://geni-jin.blogspot.com

the match i have on there is a test… i bought a DVD recorder so i can record my matches and get opinions and have people tell me what they think i should do differently.


#5

Your Yun has good setups but you arnt playing like a bitch enough. Yun is amazing when he runs away like a whore, you were being too nice and actually poking that urien when you could have dash back cr strong all day and make him do something dumb to chase you.


#6

thx for the advice

also i will update more frequently now, i’ve been realy busy as of late


#7

I just started playing this game again and wanted to pickup Yun.

The combo into Genei-Jin is LP>LK>MP XXGenei-JinXX,but what punch do you hit after that to keep the combo going.I don’t know what I’m doing wrong,but I can’t get the 4th hit in.The opponent enters into blockstun(I’m trying to do it on the computer in Practice btw)


#8

mp

double tap it then do f+hp


#9

is it me or is doing c.mp to shoulder thrust easier to conncect after activation?


#10

Whether or not it’s easier - meh, guess it’s personal preference.

The cr.mp version does slightly more damage (like, a point), but also doesn’t hit on everyone (Dudley comes to mind). Works on most people though, so if you’re comfortable with it, there’s very little reason not to use it.


#11

It’s st.mp or cr.mp. Usually, most people will do the staple st.mp > f.fp if they’re close enough to the corner. If they’re not, they will either still do that and follow it with a lunge punch to catch them or they they will do st.mp to m.shoulder. Personally, I cr.mp to shoulder because I can’t do standing for the life of me.

Remember, it’s all about timing with that mp. It takes a while but a soon as you get it, it comes second nature.


#12

It’s usually s.strong -> s.fierce -> fierce shoulder.


#13

Wow. I’ve always started with m.shoulder and switched to fierce after the first one. I know you use fierce when c.lk x n > s.fierce > f.shoulder. We’re not getting the two confused are we?


#14

Er, well I’m talking about the jab-short-strong string xx genei jin. Then it’s strong -> fwd.fierce xx fierce shoulder.


#15

Huh. You got a vid where that’s used? I’m not sure how you’d connect f.shoulder after a fwd.fierce unless it was corner because fwd.fierce sends them flying back. Maybe I’m just not imagining it right or something.


#16

SHIT. Ignore what I said. I even typed out fwd.fierce in my second post without even thinking about it. Yeah I meant normal fierce. :confused:


#17

:rofl:
Alright. Yeah then we’re talking about the same thing.