The SRK Glossary - WIP


#121

cr.lk, cr.lp > SRK

What does the > stand for?


#122

Link probably, what is gattling?


#123

Aight thanks bro.


#124

when referring to Hakan, what does DDT mean?


#125

What does Flowchart mean?


#126

Refers to his Oil Dive. Although I do not know why it is called DDT.

Usually refers to players who play Ken and just spam shoryuken with out thinking about it. Google flowchart Ken.


#127

DDT is a wrestling move. Google DDT Jake the Snake


#128

infamy is right. Maybe Hakan’s move was given the nickname DDT based upon the old wrestling move.


#129

What exactly is a yomi (sp?)


#130

I heard a phrase I hadn’t heard in awhile but “magic series” is something most people might not know but is a very popular terms with older games. I’m not really sure how to define this, like I know what it is I just suck at explaining things.

-DJ-


#131

*I got a question and might have missed it but what does hk.ST, cr.mk and cst.hp mean??

is it Hard Kick standing, crouching med kick, crouch stand hard punch??

Thanks*


#132

People have different notations for stuff, but those mean standing HK, crouching MK, and I assume close standing HP. Things start to get wonky with close/far standing, I think the standard is c for close, f for far, cr for crouching. You shouldn’t have to say cst since there aren’t any characters with close/far versions of their crouching attacks as far as I know.


#133

Thanks Iduno, I knew Loltima had a better explanation for plinking in one of his videos, couldn’t remember which. Also edited with a video with examples of Option Selects.


#134

hey thanks!

thanks for that!


#135

in marvel… what does KFC mean?


#136

Thanks Iduno, I knew Loltima had a better explanation for plinking in one of his videos, couldn’t remember which. Also edited with a video with examples of Option Selects.


watch movies online


#137

What does the CS mean in this example?

CS. HK > L. SRK > EX SRK


#138

Probably “close, standing”. Sounds like a SF4 Ken combo.

Still, when someone writes “c.” for “close,” they don’t need to put anything for standing, as it’s implied; attacks are assumed to be done standing unless “cr.” is there, indicating a crouched attack…but like HBRD already said, some people have different notations.


#139

Thanks


#140

well i have thought it’s similar to salt in a wound. like, you get beat so bad it stings more than normal.