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Faust v. Anji

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#1 20 October 2008 - 06:38 PM



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word on the street senkei is the gimmickiest player they have ever played......good stuff lol

#2 02 July 2010 - 12:34 AM


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I need help with this matchup. I play Zidane's anji and I can't fight against it.

#3 05 July 2010 - 05:51 AM


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This matchup is fairly straight forward. Punish Fujin with 2HS canceled into 41236K. Your other option if he rushes in from the ground is to Drill cancel j.D>GMW. Once he gets sick of that he'll want to rush you down from the air and you have 6P and j.HS to deal with it. Bait and punish wakeup fujin/other options with meaty last hit 2K. Cross up with j.D, or recrossup with drill cancel j.D is also a good wakeup option.

#4 05 July 2010 - 08:22 AM


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Yeah, Anji isn't going to rush you down easily when he's on the ground. His best rush down option is, I think, throwing out a butterfly and then airdashing towards you. So, prepare your anti-airs.
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#5 16 September 2010 - 04:52 AM



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be very careful with your poking, as HS Fuujin will go through a ton of stuff(6H and 41236K most notably), and be mindful of AAing Anji because his superjump is huuuge and he can delay the approach with j.D if you get antsy.

Also, theres not much you can do about this, but Anji gets a ton of really silly and painful combos on your because you're so big (2D > On wtfwtf)

This is probably one of the few matches where Anji isn't tearing his hair out about approaching, and butterfly setups are very strong on Faust when knocked down. I'd go so far as to say its actually even for him! :vbang:

I think "reaction time" is overrated.

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