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    [Xrd] King Ky - Combo/Setup Listing and Discussion

    I have a mechanics question. Why do: 6HS > c.S > f.S > 3HS 6HS > f.S > 3HS both combo, but: f.S > 3HS c.S > f.S > 3HS don't combo? Or at least I tried a few times and couldn't get the bottom two working, while the timing on 6HS > f.S > 3HS seems pretty generous. Also, I had an unrelated question about 2HS anti-air combos starting with 2HS > j.S. In general will those work except on counter-hit? If it's not a counterhit, the j.S often won't connect for me after the 2HS. Also, while watching some videos it seems sometimes players start the combo with 2HS > c.S > 2HS. Is that a character-specific variation?
  2. Sorry for being dense here, but I don't get it. I'm trying to learn Slayer, and two moves he has that stagger are his 5H and his bite. If I go to http://www.dustloop.com/wiki/index.php?title=Slayer_Frame_Data_%28GGXRD%29 it just says "-4" under 5H frame advantage, and it just says "-" for bite's frame advantage. I've gotten staggered with I-No's stalagmite thing, so I tried looking that up under http://www.dustloop.com/wiki/index.php?title=I-No_Frame_Data_%28GGXRD%29 . There it says "±0" under "Stroke the Big Tree" S version. Am I looking in the wrong place, or is there some way to extract the min/max advantage from these entries?
  3. 5I have a couple noob questions: Some moves in this game "stagger" your opponent. Is there some way to look up or calculate how many frames it takes your opponent to recover from stagger? In the training room I see that you can set the stagger recovery level, which is a great feature, but it would also be nice to be able to look up the number. When playing online, do the number of frames of lag correspond to what you can set in the "Input Delay" option? I want to be able to land combos online, or reversals, so I've been practicing with Input Delay = 2. Does that make sense? Thanks!
  4. Apparently it means different things to different people, but I've heard it mean attacking at frame disadvantage (or attacking when you're not supposed to attack). Here's the best explanation I have seen of it: http://8wayrun.com/threads/whiffing-and-you-the-guide-to-missing-the-point.14432/#post-53604 Edit: scroll down to post #12 in the link above.