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  1. Sodelic

    [P4A/P4AU] PSN Match Finder/GG Thread

    good games to Elochai for the amazing Adachi mirrors
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    [P4A/P4AU] PSN Match Finder/GG Thread

    yeah whatever I was going easy on you
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    [P4A/P4AU] PSN Match Finder/GG Thread

    but you improve much faster when you play against good people
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    [P4AU] Tohru Adachi Gameplay Discussion

    Ah I see, so it would be useful only after conditioning your opponent to become super respectful. I saw those two videos but didn't see a mid-screen equivalent of them so I thought this was "new" in that sense. But like you said, there are many things your opponent can do that can just make this setup not work. I suppose this can be a gimmick that can only be used every once in a while?
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    [P4AU] Tohru Adachi Gameplay Discussion

    Just came up with a mid-screen cross-up after the 236A-A knockdown, is this old? Would this be useful? 236A-A (hard knockdown), jump forward airturn j.2D (9AC2D), air backdash into falling j.B. Ideally the opponent techs after 236A-A, blocks the j.2D, and either gets hit by the crossed up falling j.B or they block it and you get to continue your pressure.
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    [P4AU] Tohru Adachi Combo Thread

    2B > j.C > 5B (specifically the j.C to 5B part) doesn't work on standing characters unless it's a fatal counter combo or done on crouching characters. And in those cases it helps to delay the j.C after 2B just a bit to make the confirming into 5B easier.
  7. i'm not gonna get that casual sex am i? :(

  8. penises (gross)

  9. hey sup bro wuz crakin

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    [P4A/P4AU] XBL Match Finder/GG Thread

    With the proper lighting and angle, everyone can look presentable. Also, photoshop.
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    [P4A/P4AU] XBL Match Finder/GG Thread

    You people have horrid standards. Our "cheerleader" is hideous.
  12. I hope this is a straight forward question, so here goes. Let's say that I'm playing as Jin and I'm pressuring my opponent. I do 5B, 5C then jump cancel into j.B and j.2C and blah blah blah. They would naturally see me jump after 5C and block high, right? Why is it that if I were to jump cancel 5C, do nothing, then air-dash before I land and do something like j.2C and j.D, it works more often than it should? I think Ragna has something similar where he ends his corner combo with a 3C and jump cancels that. If the opponent neutral techs, Ragna can airdash j.C, j.D and pick up a combo from that because the opponent would usually be blocking low. Why is it that most people end up blocking low if the pressuring opponent does the airdash low to the ground and do an air normal? Is it similar to how sometimes you would do a landing j.B as Ragna and go straight into 6B since most people are trained to block low? Or is it because when you air-dash before you land, people think they should block low because enough time has passed for them to block an air normal while standing up, and it's time for them to block low since they had enough time to land and do a low attack? Another thing I don't get is how running into the opponent and then doing a DP or a throw-invulnerable move works. Like, I would land a 3C knockdown as Jin, the opponent techs, I run into him for about a second, then do a 6B. The opponent usually tries to throw break and I jump over that and land a CH 6B. Or I do the same thing as Ragna but do a DP instead. Sorry if I'm making these questions more complicated than they already are. I want to know exactly why a lot of people fail to counter these even though they should be really simple to block. Like, the mindgames behind these mix-up tricks?
  13. I posted my location in the Jersey thread. I guess I can reiterate it. I live in East Brunswick, central jersey, but if there are ever any scheduled meet ups anywhere in jersey distance is not a problem.

  14. Where in Jersey do you live? I live in NE Jersey.