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*Great damage overall.
 
 
*Very well-rounded character with standardized attributes that has a tool for almost any situation, giving him a good matchup spread.
 
*Very well-rounded character with standardized attributes that has a tool for almost any situation, giving him a good matchup spread.
*One of the fastest and least reactable 5C's in the game.
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*One of the best 5C's in the game due to its high speed and deceptive animation.
*His j.C's hitbox covers a circle that surrounds Jin, which is useful for combos and cross-ups.
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*Has multiple side switch and cross-ups tools.
*His projectile setups are great for setting up crossups when assaulting your opponent.
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*Has projectiles that can lock down opponents or reset pressure.
*Solid 5A smart combo that launches Jin's opponent in the opposite direction he was facing, which can help Jin put opponents in the corner.
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*High damage A Smart Combo that can juggle opponents, switches sides, and has good scaling.
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*Frost End attacks can restand opponents for tricky resets.
 
*Diverse set of phenomenal assists, allowing him to work well with almost any team member.
 
*Diverse set of phenomenal assists, allowing him to work well with almost any team member.
*Large vertical hitboxes on his distortions, with his Touga distortion in particular having very fast startup and little recovery frames.
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*Touga Hyojin distortion can do just about anything; reversal, anti-air, punish from full screen, stop zoning, etc.
*Jin in Level 4 Resonance, combined with his relatively safe ability to apply high chip damage through his Touga distortion, is one of the most dangerous comeback characters in the game. and he can use distortion drive about 3~4 times in his resonance combo. so His resonance combo damage is much higher than other characters.
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*Has high comeback potential, especially with Level 4 Resonance. Jin has high chip damage through his Touga distortion and can use multiple supers in the same combo for massive damage.
 
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*Somewhat lower range compared to other characters.
 
*Somewhat lower range compared to other characters.
*His "Hishou-" projectiles can disappear from the screen if he gets hit.
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*All of his projectiles (except his supers) disappear from the screen if he gets hit.
*Costly and difficult-to-wield anti-airs, as his 2B is rather slow, while his primary DP is easily punished on block or whiff.
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*Has costly and difficult-to-wield anti-airs as they are rather slow and lack horizontal range.
*His guard breaking skills are weaker than other characters.
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*Universal reversal special has poor start-up speed and range.
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*None of his overheads can lead into a combo outside of IAD, which can be easily anti-aired.
 
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* Stuns grounded opponents on hit.
 
* Stuns grounded opponents on hit.
 
* Launches airborne opponents away on hit.
 
* Launches airborne opponents away on hit.
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* Only cancels into 5AAAA if the final hit connected or was blocked.
  
Old 22C. Jin slashes multiple times at lightning speed before returning his sword to its sheathe. The only normal this move can cancel into is 5AAAA, which makes this move difficult to use in blockstrings.
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Old 22C. Jin slashes multiple times at lightning speed before returning his sword to its sheathe. The only normal this move can cancel into is 5AAAA, which makes this move difficult to use in blockstrings. Devastating starter due to its high damage and fantastic scaling. The stun is greatly extended on grounded counter hit, allowing Jin to continue the combo into essentially any attack. This move is also safe on block, making attempts to fish for counter hits very difficult to punish.
  
 
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* Passes through on frames 18-29.
 
* Passes through on frames 18-29.
  
Old 22C~D. Jin dashes through the opponent and freezes them with a slash from his sword. Upon sheathing his blade, the opponent is broken out the ice. This is a good combo ender due to it's high damage, good scaling, quick start-up, and safe-jump oki when the opponent is launched into the corner. Very easy to extend via assists thanks to the full freeze on hit, though note that the opponent is invincible until they thaw out so make sure to time assist properly. Hilariously unsafe on block or whiff so only use this move in combos.
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Old 22C~D. Jin dashes through the opponent and freezes them with a slash from his sword. Upon sheathing his blade, the opponent is broken out the ice. This is a good combo ender due to it's high damage, good scaling, quick start-up, and safe-jump oki when the opponent is launched into the corner. Very easy to extend via assists thanks to the full freeze on hit, though note that the opponent is invincible until they thaw out so make sure to time assist properly. Hilariously unsafe on block or whiff so only use this move in combos. Must be canceled into immediately after the final hit of Sekkajin or this move will fail to come out.
  
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Rehhyou</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Rehhyou</font> ======
 
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|image=BBTag_Jin_Rehhyou.png |caption= Stops cross-ups and little else.
 
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|name=Rehhyou
 
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{{Description|6|text=Standard DP that covers a great vertical distance to the point where if the opponent is above you it's extremely difficult to avoid, however it falls short of horizontal range and so it can easily be baited and whiffed if the opponent jumps right outside the DP range so you want to be cautious about using this DP for anything other than when the opponent being directly on top of you.
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{{Description|6|text=
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* Invincible from frame 1.
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* Air unblockable.
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* Launches opponents on hit.
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* Cannot Cross Burst if punished.
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* 5% minimum damage. (115)
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Jin slashes directly above himself. Fully invincible reversal that is also his only air unblockable move, making a good anti-air, even more so if he has assist available for a full combo conversion. However, compared to the rest of the cast this reversal is on the slightly slower side when it comes to start-up time (Shoryuken-esque reversals are usually frame 10 and all counter reversals are frame 1), has hilariously low minimum damage, and has very poor horizontal range.  Therefore any reversals with this attack are more likely to be outspaced, safe-jumped, or blocked without the ability to burst the inevitable punish combo. Use Touga Hyojin instead whenever possible as it it significantly more effective. Be aware that this move doesn't have enough guaranteed hitstun to get a knockdown if it hits a high enough airborne opponent at the end of a scaled combo, making oki off this move somewhat inconsistent.
  
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.236A}}
 
{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.236A}}
 
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{{Description|7|text=*Air and Ground version goes in front of him.
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Jin releases a short sword made of ice in an attempt to zone and pester the opponent into doing something risky. By doing so, he could have a way to get towards his opponent or, occasionally, make his blockstrings safe. Since Frame advantage for first frame hits, it usually isn't as punishable since it should be used from afar.  
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* Has Frostbite properties.
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Jin releases a short sword made of ice to zone and pester the opponent into doing something risky. Ground version travels faster than the air version. Air version also results in Jin floating backwards after launching the ice sword. Unsafe at point-blank range but at mid-screen to full screen the projectile is safe or even plus on block.
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.236B}}
 
{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.236B}}
 
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{{Description|7|text=Jin throws a greatsword of ice in front of him, which does 4 hits.  
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{{Description|7|text=
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* Has Frostbite properties.
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* Hits 3 times.
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Jin slowly creates then launches a greatsword of ice in front of him, picking up speed as it travels forward. Has very long start-up which makes Jin vulnerable to opponents attacks. Should only be used when an assist is available to cover him or if the opponent lacks any tools to deal with it at full-screen. Generally used to cover Jin's approach and lock-down opponents for mix-ups. Leads directly into a combo on a successful hit. The air version is used as a combo part in corner combos for optimal damage.
  
* Great tool for pressuring opponents when spaced and timed well. When it comes towards at an opponent it pretty much forces them to block or jump which practically enables you to get in on the opponent for free and pressure them.
 
* Using this special in conjunction with a partner assist is a very solid offensive option and can set up for active switch mixups because of how long it lasts.
 
* Because of the incredibly slow startup the only times you want to throw this out is when you're fullscreen, have an assist covering you, or after you've knocked down your opponent because of how much startup it as.
 
 
[https://youtu.be/jFP3aKCwsQc?t{{=}}354 Example of forcing the opponent to jump]
 
[https://youtu.be/jFP3aKCwsQc?t{{=}}354 Example of forcing the opponent to jump]
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|214B > X}}
 
{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|214B > X}}
 
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{{Description|7|text=Jin rides on a giant icicle, to which he follows up with a slash from his sword if it hits the opponent.
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{{Description|7|text=
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* Hits low.
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* Launches opponent on hit.
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* Follow-up attack can be done even if the first whiffs.
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* Can cancel into followup on frames 18-24.
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* Follow-up attack knocks down on hit.
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Jin rides on a giant icicle which he rams into opponents, following up with a downward slash of his sword. This is his go-to combo ender for ground combos thanks to the follow-up's safe-jump oki. Note that even though the initial hit is done with an ice-based attack, this move lacks the Frostbite trait of his drive.
 
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A: The icicle travels a short distance.
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A: The icicle travels a short distance. This is Jin's best special move for mix-ups and ending blockstrings as it is safe on block.
* Can cancel into followup on 18-24f
 
 
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B: The icicle travels slightly longer distance than 'A' version.
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B: The icicle travels a slightly longer distance than 'A' version. Has the same start-up as the A version but deals more damage which makes it the best for ending combos. Should never be used for blockstrings as it is unsafe on block and it puts Jin at point-blank range.
* Can cancel into followup on 18-24f
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.214A}}
 
{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.214A}}
 
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{{Description|6|text=* All versions of this move are good aerial combo enders.
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* Knocks down on hit.
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Jin slashes diagonally downward. Should never be used to end combos as Hizangeki is simply a better combo ender. This attack is meant for mixing-up opponents via a tiger knee in neutral or buffered from a jump-cancel in blockstrings. Requires an assist to convert off of but leads into better damage than 5C.
  
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.214B}}
 
{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.214B}}
 
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{{Description|6|text=* Important points go here
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* Has Frostbite properties.
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* Second hit knocks down on hit.
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Jin slashes twice, once horizontally and once diagonally downward. This is his best meterless air combo ender and as most of Jin's combos result in a launch, nearly every combo will end with this attack. Can lead into safe-jump oki if it is used low to the ground while the opponent is slightly above Jin.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
 
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.236C}}
 
{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.236C}}
 
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{{Description|7|text=*Air and ground version are the same.
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* Remains on the stage for a period of time, but will immediately disappear whenever Jin is hit. If you place this and switch to another character and your new points gets hit the Snowflake won't disappear.  
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* Has Frostbite properties.
* Great for pressuring the opponent. Using it against the opponent in the corner forces them to either block or jump which puts them in disadvantage. Another use is to cast it immediately after finishing off the opponent's point and essentially trapping their incoming character because they'll land right into the Snowflake.
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* Hits 3 times.
* Since the Snowflake acts as a wall it can make it tricky for the opponent to approach you and you can safely call assists or zone from a distance, and wait for the opponent to commit to an action against you.
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* Launches on any hit.
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* 10% minimum damage. 100 x 3 = 300.
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Jin creates a snowflake projectile that hovers in place. It will remain until one of the following conditions are fulfilled; it hits something 3 times, it is hit by a projectile that hits 3 or more times, it has existed for 3 seconds, or if Jin gets hit. Swapping characters won't make it disappear but if Jin is hit as an assist the projectile will still vanish. This is outright the single best tool to spend meter on as it resets pressure, enables free mix-ups, creates sandwich situations, shields Jin from projectiles, and can extend combos. Can be placed in a variety of different positions which can all control space on the screen. On the ground, it forces jumps, denies any lunging attacks or ground dashes, and eats weak projectiles. In the air it can discourage aerial approaches and forces the opponent to play Jin's game of spacing and footsies. Placing it on top of downed characters results in easy oki and so can using it on incoming enemy partners after K.O.ing the point character. The possibilities are endless but Jin's meter is not so don't use this recklessly.
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|214C > X}}
 
{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|214C > X}}
 
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{{Description|7|text=* Wall bounces on hit, rather than knockdown.
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* Can cancel into followup on 18-28f
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* Has Frostbite properties.
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* Hits low.
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* Launches opponent on hit.
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* Follow-up attack can be done even if the first whiffs.
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* Can cancel into followup on frames 18-28.
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* Follow-up attack wall bounces on hit.
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* 10% minimum damage. 170 + 200 = 370.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Jin rides an icicle and instead of following through with a downward slash, he stabs forward to knock opponents away. Can extend just about any ground combo thanks to the follow-ups's wall bounce. Oddly enough, the initial icicle hit has Frostbite properties while the non-EX versions of this move lack it.
  
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.214C}}
 
{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|j.214C}}
 
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{{Description|6|text=* Same as j.214B, but safer on block and faster startup
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{{Description|6|text=
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* Has Frostbite properties.
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* Second hit knocks down on hit.
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* 10% minimum damage. 100 + 200 = 300.
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Meter using version of Hizangeki that has better damage and frame data. Used primarily for its ability to start solo instant overhead combos in the corner by tiger kneeing this attack and using 2A to pick up the opponent. Outside of that situation, its better to use the regular version to conserve meter.
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|5P }}
 
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{{Description|6|text=* Followup Attack Ground Bounces, allowing for combo extensions
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{{Description|6|text=
* Followup Attack will only come out on hit
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* Launches opponent on hit.
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* Followup attack only comes out on hit.
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* Followup attack knocks down on hit.
  
Pretty decent attack, usually just for extensions like most 5Ps though and can't lock down as it does not finish if it is blocked.
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Jin's best assist for basic combo extensions thanks to its speed and range. Somewhat poor at locking down opponents as the second hit only occurs on hit. When using this assist for combos, note that to avoid whiffing attacks against downed opponents, either use moves that can reach prone  opponents or time the assist so that the point character can hit the opponent before Jin slams them into the ground.
  
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|6P }}
 
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{{Description|6|text=* Travels horizontally indefinitely.
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* Good for approaching from long-distance.
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* Has Frostbite properties.
* Tricky assist that can interrupt your opponent's incoming attacks by acting as a pseudo-shield in front of you.
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* Hits 3 times.
  
One of the best assists in the game because of how much pressure it applies to your opponent and how it can setup into scary pressure when used alongside active switch because of the sort of mixups it can create. Largely of what makes Jin such a great anchor and is an assist that should be abused.
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One of the best assists in the game because of how much pressure it applies to your opponent and how it can setup mix-ups when used alongside Active Switch. This assist should be used as frequently as possible. Can be used for all the same set-ups as Jin's stand-alone version.
  
 
[https://youtu.be/jFP3aKCwsQc?t{{=}}99 Example 1] [https://youtu.be/jFP3aKCwsQc?t{{=}}121 Example 2]
 
[https://youtu.be/jFP3aKCwsQc?t{{=}}99 Example 1] [https://youtu.be/jFP3aKCwsQc?t{{=}}121 Example 2]
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|4P }}
 
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{{Description|6|text=* Very solid anti-air assist.
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* Launches opponents on hit.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Jin slashes diagonally upward. This is his anti-air assist and it is one of the best in the game due to its incredibly high speed and range. Note that this attacks lacks head invulnerability, meaning it can trade or be beaten by aerial attacks. Cosmetically, this attack is used during Jin's 5C follow-up.
  
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|236BC}}
 
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{{Description|6|text=* With Level 4 Resonance Blaze, the chip damage on block that this distortion can cause is '''monstrous'''. Be extremely wary of opponents throwing out this distortion abundantly during Resonance.
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* Extremely fast distortion with low startup and little recovery.
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* Invincible on start-up.
* 22f to reach full screen
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* (RB) Has Frost End properties.
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* Number of hits varies on proximity to Jin or the edges of the screen. Ranges from 1 to 5 hits.
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* (RB) Follow-up attack only occurs if the point character is hit. Follow-up guarantees 4 additional hits.
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* Stuns grounded opponents on hit. Ground slides airborne opponents on hit.
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* (RB) Freezes opponents on hit. Thaws immediately if follow-up attack isn't performed.
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* 14% minimum damage: 231 x (1 to 5) = 231 to 1,155.
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* (RB) 15.5%, 20%, .044% minimum damage: 255 x (1 to 5) + (100 x 3) + 44 = 599 to 1,619.
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* Takes 22 frames to reach full screen.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Jin slashes his sword and releases a wave of ice. Fantastic reversal super that is surprisingly safe on block, even being plus in some cases while doing a fair amount of chip damage. Has massive push-back on hit or block which is good for keeping the opponent at a distance. Can also punish zoning as the projectile has unlimited hits and will consume all regular projectiles while ignoring others. May result in a trade as this move has very few frames of invulnerability. In Resonance Blaze, this move deals significantly more chip damage and gains a follow-up attack that greatly increases the final damage and provides safe-jump oki even if the initial projectile only hit once. Higher RB levels means more chip damage and additional meter and passive meter regeneration with which to use this move. It's only downsides are its projectile property making it susceptible to projectile invincible moves and its low minimum damage, most notably on the final hit of the follow-up with its abysmally low .044% minimum damage scaling.
  
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Hiyoku Getsumei</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Hiyoku Getsumei</font> ======
 
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|image=BBTag_Jin_HiyokuGetsumei.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Jin_HiyokuGetsumei.png |caption=Reign Over the Frosted Heavens
 
|input=214B+C (Air OK)
 
|input=214B+C (Air OK)
 
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|name=Hiyoku Getsumei
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{{Description|7|text=*Ground version shoots upwards.
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*Air version shoots downwards.
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* Invincible on start-up.
Jin shoots out a barrage of ice, which can be used as both an anti-air or a combo extender into other supers (like his touga if he is low enough to the ground while in the air).
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* Has Frost End properties.
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* Follow-up hits only occur if the attack hit the point character.
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* Hits once on block, hits 16 times on hit.
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* (RB) Hits once on block, hits 24 times on hit.
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* Initial hit freezes, subsequent hits launch the opponent.
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* Ground version fires upwards, air version fires downwards.
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* 15%, 28% minimum damage. 255 + (45 x 14) + 1148 = 2,033.
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* (RB) 15%, 15.44% minimum damage. 255 + (45 x 22) + 972 = 2,217.
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Jin uses his sheathed sword as the base for an ice bow which he loads with an arrow-like icicle. If the arrow successfully strikes an opponent, it unleashes energy that strikes the opponent multiple times. This is Jin's highest damaging super and the only one that can be used in mid-air, making this his go-to combo ender for finishing off opponents. The frame advantage of the grounded version on hit is determined by how far they are launched after the final hit, thus Jin has a higher frame advantage when he is cornered and has the least when the opponent is cornered. Grants safe-jump oki everywhere except in the corner. In Resonance Blaze, both versions can combo into Touga Hyojin for massive damage. The invulnerable start-up and the attack's upward trajectory means this super can be used as an anti-air, albeit an expensive and risky one. As Jin's only air reversal, this move can be used to avoid air reset situations. While this super can hit assists only the first hit will connect, leaving them frozen in ice for a short time and launching them to the other side of the screen. The frozen assist cannot be damaged by any attack other than an additional usage of this super making the true freeze extremely difficult to utilize.
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==Distortion Skill Duo==
 
==Distortion Skill Duo==
 
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|input=P during partner's distortion drive
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|Distortion Skill Duo}}
 
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{{Description|6|text=* Important points go here
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* Invincible on start-up.
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* Has Frost End properties.
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* 100% minimum damage. 1500 + 500 = 2000.
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* (RB) 100% minimum damage. (200 x 5) + 1500 = 2500.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Jin's old counter super turned assist super. Jin performs a dashing slash with his sword, freezing the opponent. After sheathing his blade, the opponent thaws out and slumps to the floor. This super hits full screen horizontally and reaches about as high vertically as Jin's 2B. Can catch both the opponent and their assist but note that once Jin traps them in ice any remaining hits in the point character's super will whiff.
  
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|222BC}}
 
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{{Description|6|text=* Full screen low
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* Important points go here
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* Requires 9 bars of meter, level 4 Resonance Blaze, and the opponent must have one character remaining.
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* Invincible on start-up.
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* Has Frost End properties.
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* Hits low.
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* Grants victory upon a successful hit.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Jin stabs the ground and covers it with frost, trapping the opponent in a continually growing column of ice. After draining all their strength, Jin sheaths his sword as the ice shatters. Very easy to combo into and has a huge reward on hit so end combos with it whenever possible. Can be used as a very high risk, very high reward reversal. Can also punish ground-based zoning or raw supers from full screen.
  
 
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==Navigation==
 
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{{#lsth:BBTag/Jin Kisaragi/Data|Links}}
 
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Latest revision as of 22:50, 18 September 2019

Jin Kisaragi
BBTag Jin Portrait.png

Health: 16,000

Jump Startup: 4F

Backdash Time 22F / Invul: 1-7F All


Movement Options
  • Double Jump, 1 Airdash, Dash Type: Run
Playstyle
Balanced, Neutral-focused
Team Role
Anchor, Support

Overview[edit]

"Hmph. Do your best to not get in my way..."

Backstory[edit]

Jin is one of the main characters of BlazBlue, younger brother of the main protagonist Ragna the Bloodedge, and the wielder of the Nox Nyctores weapon "Yukianesa." After Yuuki Terumi's attack on Jin and Ragna's childhood household which left them seperated, Jin was found and adopted by the prestigious Kisaragi family. As a teenager in the NOL Military Academy, Jin was popular and stoic, being seen as a model student by all. Jin is a very composed person that usually acts somewhat cold when interacting with others, but deep down is secretly competitive, ambitious, and yearns for emotional attachment. Though usually disinterested in others, he has opened himself up on occasion to become friends with former classmates at the Academy, holding a particular soft spot toward Tsubaki Yayoi, Jin's long-time childhood friend and currently his personal secretary. Now called the "Hero of Ikagura," Jin has become an esteemed major with his own unit, and is an exceptional soldier, commander and martial artist.

Playstyle[edit]

Jin is a very well-rounded rushdown character with a wide variety of tools to handle any situation and conquer the neutral game. His "Hishou-" and "Musou-" ranged options allow him to both poke at and approach his opponents comfortably, while giving him fantastic pressure when up close. Jin's normals and BnB combos also have very solid damage, with his Crash Assault being particularly fast and deceptive. Additionally, Jin has a great set of assists, while also being able to deal with 1v1's and 1v2's relatively comfortably, making him superb as both a Point and an Anchor. Overall, Jin has no outstanding weaknesses besides having slightly lower range on his normals when compared to fighters such as Ruby or Gordeau, but his projectile tools and decent speed generally make up for this trivial flaw.

Strengths/Weaknesses[edit]

Strengths Weaknesses
  • Very well-rounded character with standardized attributes that has a tool for almost any situation, giving him a good matchup spread.
  • One of the best 5C's in the game due to its high speed and deceptive animation.
  • Has multiple side switch and cross-ups tools.
  • Has projectiles that can lock down opponents or reset pressure.
  • High damage A Smart Combo that can juggle opponents, switches sides, and has good scaling.
  • Frost End attacks can restand opponents for tricky resets.
  • Diverse set of phenomenal assists, allowing him to work well with almost any team member.
  • Touga Hyojin distortion can do just about anything; reversal, anti-air, punish from full screen, stop zoning, etc.
  • Has high comeback potential, especially with Level 4 Resonance. Jin has high chip damage through his Touga distortion and can use multiple supers in the same combo for massive damage.
  • Somewhat lower range compared to other characters.
  • All of his projectiles (except his supers) disappear from the screen if he gets hit.
  • Has costly and difficult-to-wield anti-airs as they are rather slow and lack horizontal range.
  • Universal reversal special has poor start-up speed and range.
  • None of his overheads can lead into a combo outside of IAD, which can be easily anti-aired.


Drive: Frostbite[edit]

Jin's drive used to have a system called a "Freeze Count" that limited how many times his drive attacks could encase his opponents in ice. In BBTAG, Frostbite no longer has a freeze count limiter and thus moves that can freeze can do so an unlimited amount of times. In exchange, only a few moves inflict a true frozen state. All other Drive attacks now only have guaranteed hitstun that ignores basic hitstun scaling but is still susceptible to the state of the combo timer. For efficiency's sake, we will call the attacks with the classic freeze effect "Frost End" attacks (named after the overdrive version of Jin's Drive from the mainline BB games) and all other drive using attacks will be referred to by the drive's original name, "Frostbite".

Frost End (True Freeze):

  • Throw
  • 5AAAA
  • Touga Hyojin (Resonance Blaze only)
  • Hiyoku Getsumei (All versions, first hit only)
  • Yukikaze (All versions)
  • Rengoku Hyouya

Frostbite (Extra Hitstun):

  • 5AA
  • 5BB
  • j.C
  • Hishouken
  • Hishougeki
  • Hishousetsu
  • Musou Tousshugeki (First hit only)
  • Hizansen (Both normal and EX)




Normal Moves[edit]

4A[edit]
4A
BBCS Jin 5A.png
The Slap
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1000 All 6 3 11 -2
  • Whiffs on crouchers. Also whiffs on short character like Linne, even if they aren't crouching.
  • Cancelable into everything, including jumps, throws, and even itself.

Old 5A. Jin's fastest button and thus great at disrupting enemy pressure. Can be used as an anti-air thanks to the high placement of its hitbox but this also makes vulnerable low-profiling. After three consecutive 4As, any further A inputs will result in 5A.


5A[edit]
5A
BBCS Jin 5B.png
Doesn't seem like the BBCF 2.0 nerf carried over.
BBCS Jin 6D.png
No longer a pressure reset tool.
BBCS Jin Sekkajin.png
Sekkajin
BBCS Jin SekkajinFollowup.png
Imagine being raw Astral punishable because you sheathe your sword like a tool after you attack.
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
5A 800*2 All 7 2(4)1 19 -3
  • Hits twice.
  • Throw cancelable on either hit.
  • Jump cancelable on hit on either hit.
  • Both hits vacuum opponents.

Old 5B. Fast kick that pulls opponents closer to Jin for pressure and mix-ups. Has short range when compared to most other 5As. Second hit whiffs at the first hit's max range. Can cancel into 2A and back, allowing him to use this move twice in the same string.

5AA 1700 All 15 6 30 -17
  • Has Frostbite properties.
  • Throw cancelable.

Old 6D. Jin creates a jagged wall of ice that, thanks to his drive, has high hitstun, making it effective for canceling into slower moves. Has less vertical range than the animation implies. Last point in his A Smart Combo that can cancel into B normals.

5AAA 650*4 All 8 2(3)2(3)2(3)2 28 -5
  • Hits 4 times.
  • Stuns grounded opponents on hit.
  • Launches airborne opponents away on hit.
  • Only cancels into 5AAAA if the final hit connected or was blocked.

Old 22C. Jin slashes multiple times at lightning speed before returning his sword to its sheathe. The only normal this move can cancel into is 5AAAA, which makes this move difficult to use in blockstrings. Devastating starter due to its high damage and fantastic scaling. The stun is greatly extended on grounded counter hit, allowing Jin to continue the combo into essentially any attack. This move is also safe on block, making attempts to fish for counter hits very difficult to punish.

5AAAA 500, 1700 All 17 10 60 -51
  • Has Frost End properties.
  • Hits twice.
  • Second hit only occurs if the first successfully hit the point character.
  • Second hit launches opponents away on hit.
  • Switches sides on both hit and block.
  • Passes through on frames 18-29.

Old 22C~D. Jin dashes through the opponent and freezes them with a slash from his sword. Upon sheathing his blade, the opponent is broken out the ice. This is a good combo ender due to it's high damage, good scaling, quick start-up, and safe-jump oki when the opponent is launched into the corner. Very easy to extend via assists thanks to the full freeze on hit, though note that the opponent is invincible until they thaw out so make sure to time assist properly. Hilariously unsafe on block or whiff so only use this move in combos. Must be canceled into immediately after the final hit of Sekkajin or this move will fail to come out.


5B[edit]
5B
BBCS Jin 5C.png
Pretty average range in a game where some normals reach full-screen.
BBCS Jin 5D.png
Roar, Yukianesa!
BBCS Jin 6C.png
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
5B 1500 All 10 4 19 -6
  • Jump cancelable.

Old 5C. Jin's primary tool for pokes and starting punish combos thanks to this attack's great range and fantastic scaling. Used in essentially every combo and blockstring.

5BB 1700 All 15 8 15 -4
  • Has Frostbite properties.

Old 5D. Jin thrusts out his hand and creates a lion's head out of ice. The lastest move Jin can cancel into while still being safe on block so stop here if you think the opponent is trying to reversal out of pressure.

5BBB 1700 All 15 3 31 -15
  • Jump cancelable on hit.
  • Launches opponent on hit.

Old 6C. Jin holds his blade in a reverse grip and slashes upward, back facing the enemy. Jin's only grounded normal launcher and his primary tool for starting air combos. Can anti-air opponents thanks to its large hitbox but this is difficult to do as it is only usable after 5BB.


5C[edit]
5C
BBCP Jin CT.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
800+ High 22 3 24 -10
  • Flash on frame 4.
  • Knockdown on airborne hit.
  • On standing hit, leads into a timed follow-up.
  • Follow-up damage, meter gain, oki, and timing changes if partner is available.

Old Crush Trigger. Visually deceptive overhead, since Jin crouches and attacks from below instead of above. Generally not used if an assist is available for setting up jump-ins or picking up opponents after a tiger-kneed Hizangeki. Since he lacks any other grounded overheads and tiger-kneed EX Hizangeki can only lead into a combo if it is done in the corner, Jin must use this universal overhead if he wants to mix-up opponents while he is own his own.


2A[edit]
2A
BBCS Jin 2B.png
The Slap 2: Low Blow
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1000 Low 9 2 15 -3
  • Hits low.

Old 2B. Only safe low and also his fastest, making this attack vital in Jin's mix-up game. Can be chained into his 5A and back. Note that doing so will prevent Jin from using 5AA, 5AAA, or 5AAAA in that string.


2B[edit]
2B
BBCS Jin 2C.png
No fly zone.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1700 All 14 3 31 -15
  • 8-16f head invulnerable.
  • Jump cancelable.

Old 2C. Jin's dedicated anti-air and his out right best due to its humongous hitbox and ability to be made safe via jump cancels. Keep in mind that its horizontal range isn't the greatest, that this move is very unsafe on whiff, and it isn't air unblockable so don't throw out this move without a plan.


2C[edit]
2C
BBCF Jin 3C.png
BBCF 3C returns in all its glory.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1700 Low 13 4 28 -13
  • Hits low.
  • Knockdown on hit.

Old 3C. Sword sweep with amazing range that can also low profile many attacks. Can be difficult to use in combos due to Jin lacking any moves that plummet the opponent while also being cancelable. Generally used for long range mix-ups into A Musou Senshouzan for either a short combo or to be safe on block. At the end of highly scaled combos, this move can only combo into either Rehhyou or a super.


j.A[edit]
j.A
BBCS Jin jB.png
Is it a scarf or are they sleeves? They're deadly either way.
BBCS Jin jC.png
Oh, how i miss you BBCF j.C.
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
j.A 1500 High 9 9 28 -
  • Double jump cancelable.

Old j.B. Jin spins and hits opponents with his sleeves. Has a wide hitbox and can be used to cross up opponents. Note that the hitbox doesn't extend fully until near the end of the animation. Not used in most combos as it deals the least damage out off all his air normals.

j.AA 1700 High 10 6 20 -
  • Double jump cancelable.

Old j.C. Long range and high damage, making it useful in air combos. Stuck behind j.A and j.B, making it difficult to use blockstrings.


j.B[edit]
j.B
BBCS Jin j2C.png
BBCS Jin jC.png
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
j.B 1700 High 13 5 24 -
  • Double jump cancelable.

Old j.2C. Jin slashes vertically. Used often as both Jin's highest damage jump-in, a decent cross-up tool, and as an air combo part.

j.BB 1700 High 10 6 20 -
  • Double jump cancelable.

Old j.C. Long range and high damage, making it useful in air combos. Stuck behind j.A and j.B, making it difficult to use blockstrings.


j.C[edit]
j.C
BBCS Jin jD.png
Have yourself a merry little crossup.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
2000 All 14 3 29+6L -
  • Has Frostbite properties.
  • Halts all momentum.

Old j.D. Jin surrounds himself with an ice sculpture of a snowflake. Used at the end of every air combo thanks to its high damage and long hitstun which guarantees a follow-up such as Hizangeki or Hiyoku Getsumei. Also another decent cross-up tool but one that lacks any meaningful follow-ups.



Universal Moves[edit]

Ground Throw[edit]
Ground Throw
5B+C
BBCS Jin FThrow.png
Classic freeze resets.
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Forward 0*2, 2000 Throw 7~30 3 23 -
Back 0, 2000 Throw 7~30 3 23 -
  • 100% minimum damage. (2000)
  • Has Frost End properties.
  • Holding back while pressing throw results in a back throw.
  • If the opponent is already in throw range, Jin will run a short distance before attempting a throw.
  • Opponents cannot burst during a throw.

Jin grabs the opponent and freezes them. The freeze doesn't last long so only moves as fast as his 5B will combo off of it. If the enemy thaws out they will be left in a standing position. This means that this throw can be used to create reset opportunities with lows, overheads, cross-ups, and even another throw. Note that the opponent can reversal through any of these options so consider baiting them or just taking the guaranteed damage via a combo. Both forward and back throws do the same thing with slightly different animations.


Rehhyou[edit]
Rehhyou
5A+D
BBCS Jin Rehhyou.png
Stops cross-ups and little else.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
2300 Air Unblockable 13 3 49 -33
  • Invincible from frame 1.
  • Air unblockable.
  • Launches opponents on hit.
  • Cannot Cross Burst if punished.
  • 5% minimum damage. (115)

Jin slashes directly above himself. Fully invincible reversal that is also his only air unblockable move, making a good anti-air, even more so if he has assist available for a full combo conversion. However, compared to the rest of the cast this reversal is on the slightly slower side when it comes to start-up time (Shoryuken-esque reversals are usually frame 10 and all counter reversals are frame 1), has hilariously low minimum damage, and has very poor horizontal range. Therefore any reversals with this attack are more likely to be outspaced, safe-jumped, or blocked without the ability to burst the inevitable punish combo. Use Touga Hyojin instead whenever possible as it it significantly more effective. Be aware that this move doesn't have enough guaranteed hitstun to get a knockdown if it hits a high enough airborne opponent at the end of a scaled combo, making oki off this move somewhat inconsistent.



Skills[edit]

Hishouken[edit]
Hishouken
236A (air OK)
BBCS Jin Hishouken.png
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 1500 All 13 - Total: 50 -13
Air 1500 All 20 - Total: 44+11L -
  • Has Frostbite properties.

Jin releases a short sword made of ice to zone and pester the opponent into doing something risky. Ground version travels faster than the air version. Air version also results in Jin floating backwards after launching the ice sword. Unsafe at point-blank range but at mid-screen to full screen the projectile is safe or even plus on block.


Hishougeki[edit]
Hishougeki
236B (air OK)
BBCS Jin Hishougeki.png
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 1000*3 All 44 - Total: 72 +18
Air 1000*3 All 24 - Total: 72 -
  • Has Frostbite properties.
  • Hits 3 times.

Jin slowly creates then launches a greatsword of ice in front of him, picking up speed as it travels forward. Has very long start-up which makes Jin vulnerable to opponents attacks. Should only be used when an assist is available to cover him or if the opponent lacks any tools to deal with it at full-screen. Generally used to cover Jin's approach and lock-down opponents for mix-ups. Leads directly into a combo on a successful hit. The air version is used as a combo part in corner combos for optimal damage.

Example of forcing the opponent to jump


Musou Senshouzan[edit]
Musou Senshouzan
214A/B
BBCS Jin MusouSenshouzanB.png
ICE CARZ
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
A 1500 Low 17 8 14+6L -4
A Followup 1500 All 14 4 6+20L -13
B 1600 Low 17 10 19+7L -10
B Followup 1600 All 14 4 6+20L -13
  • Hits low.
  • Launches opponent on hit.
  • Follow-up attack can be done even if the first whiffs.
  • Can cancel into followup on frames 18-24.
  • Follow-up attack knocks down on hit.

Jin rides on a giant icicle which he rams into opponents, following up with a downward slash of his sword. This is his go-to combo ender for ground combos thanks to the follow-up's safe-jump oki. Note that even though the initial hit is done with an ice-based attack, this move lacks the Frostbite trait of his drive.


A: The icicle travels a short distance. This is Jin's best special move for mix-ups and ending blockstrings as it is safe on block.


B: The icicle travels a slightly longer distance than 'A' version. Has the same start-up as the A version but deals more damage which makes it the best for ending combos. Should never be used for blockstrings as it is unsafe on block and it puts Jin at point-blank range.


Hizansen[edit]
Hizansen
j.214A
BBCP Jin Hizansen.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1800 All 13 3 37+8L -
  • Knocks down on hit.

Jin slashes diagonally downward. Should never be used to end combos as Hizangeki is simply a better combo ender. This attack is meant for mixing-up opponents via a tiger knee in neutral or buffered from a jump-cancel in blockstrings. Requires an assist to convert off of but leads into better damage than 5C.


Hizangeki[edit]
Hizangeki
j.214B
BBCP Jin Hizangeki.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1000, 1800 All, High 15 1(9)3 37+8L -
  • Has Frostbite properties.
  • Second hit knocks down on hit.

Jin slashes twice, once horizontally and once diagonally downward. This is his best meterless air combo ender and as most of Jin's combos result in a launch, nearly every combo will end with this attack. Can lead into safe-jump oki if it is used low to the ground while the opponent is slightly above Jin.



Extra Skills[edit]

Hishousetsu[edit]
Hishousetsu
236C (air OK)
BBCF Jin Hishousetsu.png
Maybe if someone calls you a special snowflake they just mean you're extremely positive.
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 1000*3 All 27 169 Total: 52 +36
Air 1000*3 All 24 169 Total: 41+9L -
  • Has Frostbite properties.
  • Hits 3 times.
  • Launches on any hit.
  • 10% minimum damage. 100 x 3 = 300.

Jin creates a snowflake projectile that hovers in place. It will remain until one of the following conditions are fulfilled; it hits something 3 times, it is hit by a projectile that hits 3 or more times, it has existed for 3 seconds, or if Jin gets hit. Swapping characters won't make it disappear but if Jin is hit as an assist the projectile will still vanish. This is outright the single best tool to spend meter on as it resets pressure, enables free mix-ups, creates sandwich situations, shields Jin from projectiles, and can extend combos. Can be placed in a variety of different positions which can all control space on the screen. On the ground, it forces jumps, denies any lunging attacks or ground dashes, and eats weak projectiles. In the air it can discourage aerial approaches and forces the opponent to play Jin's game of spacing and footsies. Placing it on top of downed characters results in easy oki and so can using it on incoming enemy partners after K.O.ing the point character. The possibilities are endless but Jin's meter is not so don't use this recklessly.


Musou Tousshugeki[edit]
Musou Tousshugeki
214C
BBCS Jin MusouTousshugeki.png
More ice car memes
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Attack 1700 Low 17 12 14+6L -2
Followup 2000 All 14 3 5+11L -2
  • Has Frostbite properties.
  • Hits low.
  • Launches opponent on hit.
  • Follow-up attack can be done even if the first whiffs.
  • Can cancel into followup on frames 18-28.
  • Follow-up attack wall bounces on hit.
  • 10% minimum damage. 170 + 200 = 370.

Jin rides an icicle and instead of following through with a downward slash, he stabs forward to knock opponents away. Can extend just about any ground combo thanks to the follow-ups's wall bounce. Oddly enough, the initial icicle hit has Frostbite properties while the non-EX versions of this move lack it.


EX Hizangeki[edit]
EX Hizangeki
j.214C
BBCP Jin Hizangeki.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1000, 2000 All, High 9 1(7)3 22+5L -
  • Has Frostbite properties.
  • Second hit knocks down on hit.
  • 10% minimum damage. 100 + 200 = 300.

Meter using version of Hizangeki that has better damage and frame data. Used primarily for its ability to start solo instant overhead combos in the corner by tiger kneeing this attack and using 2A to pick up the opponent. Outside of that situation, its better to use the regular version to conserve meter.


Partner Skills[edit]

5P[edit]
5P
Musou Senshouzan
BBCS Jin MusouSenshouzanB.png
Sponsored by Nissan
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1500*2 All (18)+16 12
[12(13)4]
27 [4+20L] -22
  • Launches opponent on hit.
  • Followup attack only comes out on hit.
  • Followup attack knocks down on hit.

Jin's best assist for basic combo extensions thanks to its speed and range. Somewhat poor at locking down opponents as the second hit only occurs on hit. When using this assist for combos, note that to avoid whiffing attacks against downed opponents, either use moves that can reach prone opponents or time the assist so that the point character can hit the opponent before Jin slams them into the ground.


6P[edit]
6P
Hishougeki
BBCS Jin Hishougeki.png
Why did they make this an assist...
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1200*3 All (18)+44 - Total: (18)+72 +14
  • Has Frostbite properties.
  • Hits 3 times.

One of the best assists in the game because of how much pressure it applies to your opponent and how it can setup mix-ups when used alongside Active Switch. This assist should be used as frequently as possible. Can be used for all the same set-ups as Jin's stand-alone version.

Example 1 Example 2


4P[edit]
4P
Fubuki
BBCS Jin Fubuki.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1700 All (18)+10 3 38 -22
  • Launches opponents on hit.

Jin slashes diagonally upward. This is his anti-air assist and it is one of the best in the game due to its incredibly high speed and range. Note that this attacks lacks head invulnerability, meaning it can trade or be beaten by aerial attacks. Cosmetically, this attack is used during Jin's 5C follow-up.



Distortion Skills[edit]

Touga Hyojin[edit]
Touga Hyojin
236B+C
BBCS Jin TougaHyojin.png
I dare you to use a projectile from full screen.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1650*N
[1650*N, 500*3, 1000]
All 1+8 - Total: 1+43 -13~+3
  • Invincible on start-up.
  • (RB) Has Frost End properties.
  • Number of hits varies on proximity to Jin or the edges of the screen. Ranges from 1 to 5 hits.
  • (RB) Follow-up attack only occurs if the point character is hit. Follow-up guarantees 4 additional hits.
  • Stuns grounded opponents on hit. Ground slides airborne opponents on hit.
  • (RB) Freezes opponents on hit. Thaws immediately if follow-up attack isn't performed.
  • 14% minimum damage: 231 x (1 to 5) = 231 to 1,155.
  • (RB) 15.5%, 20%, .044% minimum damage: 255 x (1 to 5) + (100 x 3) + 44 = 599 to 1,619.
  • Takes 22 frames to reach full screen.

Jin slashes his sword and releases a wave of ice. Fantastic reversal super that is surprisingly safe on block, even being plus in some cases while doing a fair amount of chip damage. Has massive push-back on hit or block which is good for keeping the opponent at a distance. Can also punish zoning as the projectile has unlimited hits and will consume all regular projectiles while ignoring others. May result in a trade as this move has very few frames of invulnerability. In Resonance Blaze, this move deals significantly more chip damage and gains a follow-up attack that greatly increases the final damage and provides safe-jump oki even if the initial projectile only hit once. Higher RB levels means more chip damage and additional meter and passive meter regeneration with which to use this move. It's only downsides are its projectile property making it susceptible to projectile invincible moves and its low minimum damage, most notably on the final hit of the follow-up with its abysmally low .044% minimum damage scaling.


Hiyoku Getsumei[edit]
Hiyoku Getsumei
214B+C (Air OK)
BBCS Jin HiyokuGetsumei.png
Reign Over the Frosted Heavens
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 1700, 300*14, 4100
[1700, 300*22, 3600]
All 5+5 - Total: 5+60 -37
Air 1700, 300*14, 4100
[1700, 300*22, 3600]
All 5+5 - Total: 5+Until L+16
[Total: 5+Until L+11]
-
  • Invincible on start-up.
  • Has Frost End properties.
  • Follow-up hits only occur if the attack hit the point character.
  • Hits once on block, hits 16 times on hit.
  • (RB) Hits once on block, hits 24 times on hit.
  • Initial hit freezes, subsequent hits launch the opponent.
  • Ground version fires upwards, air version fires downwards.
  • 15%, 28% minimum damage. 255 + (45 x 14) + 1148 = 2,033.
  • (RB) 15%, 15.44% minimum damage. 255 + (45 x 22) + 972 = 2,217.

Jin uses his sheathed sword as the base for an ice bow which he loads with an arrow-like icicle. If the arrow successfully strikes an opponent, it unleashes energy that strikes the opponent multiple times. This is Jin's highest damaging super and the only one that can be used in mid-air, making this his go-to combo ender for finishing off opponents. The frame advantage of the grounded version on hit is determined by how far they are launched after the final hit, thus Jin has a higher frame advantage when he is cornered and has the least when the opponent is cornered. Grants safe-jump oki everywhere except in the corner. In Resonance Blaze, both versions can combo into Touga Hyojin for massive damage. The invulnerable start-up and the attack's upward trajectory means this super can be used as an anti-air, albeit an expensive and risky one. As Jin's only air reversal, this move can be used to avoid air reset situations. While this super can hit assists only the first hit will connect, leaving them frozen in ice for a short time and launching them to the other side of the screen. The frozen assist cannot be damaged by any attack other than an additional usage of this super making the true freeze extremely difficult to utilize.


Distortion Skill Duo[edit]

Yukikaze
P during partner's distortion drive
BBCS Jin Yukikaze2.png
"Winter's Repose!"
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
500, 1500
[200*5,1500]
All 1+1 15 77 -73
  • Invincible on start-up.
  • Has Frost End properties.
  • 100% minimum damage. 1500 + 500 = 2000.
  • (RB) 100% minimum damage. (200 x 5) + 1500 = 2500.

Jin's old counter super turned assist super. Jin performs a dashing slash with his sword, freezing the opponent. After sheathing his blade, the opponent thaws out and slumps to the floor. This super hits full screen horizontally and reaches about as high vertically as Jin's 2B. Can catch both the opponent and their assist but note that once Jin traps them in ice any remaining hits in the point character's super will whiff.



Astral Heat[edit]

Rengoku Hyouya
222B+C
BBCS Jin Astral.png
"Arctic Dungeon!"
BBCS Jin Astral2.png
"Give up!"
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
0, 27315 Low 6+14 10 95 -86
  • Requires 9 bars of meter, level 4 Resonance Blaze, and the opponent must have one character remaining.
  • Invincible on start-up.
  • Has Frost End properties.
  • Hits low.
  • Grants victory upon a successful hit.

Jin stabs the ground and covers it with frost, trapping the opponent in a continually growing column of ice. After draining all their strength, Jin sheaths his sword as the ice shatters. Very easy to combo into and has a huge reward on hit so end combos with it whenever possible. Can be used as a very high risk, very high reward reversal. Can also punish ground-based zoning or raw supers from full screen.


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