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* Double Jump, 1 Airdash, Dash Type: Run
 
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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
  
''"Be awed by our dance!"''
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''"I'm not as gentle as I look..."''
  
 
===Backstory===
 
===Backstory===
  
A beautiful young girl who is the heiress and upcoming manager at Inaba's historical and famous inn, the Amagi Inn. On the surface, she is very proper, polite and reserved, but deep inside she is outspoken, fearless, protective, kind, trustworthy, dependable, and tough. At school, her beauty, intelligence and personality earned her the adoration of girls and guys alike, and she is known as the "Amagi Challenge" because she has turned down so many guys left and right at her school (including even Yosuke).
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A third-year Yasogami high school student and member of the "Investigation Team," Yukiko is the sole heiress and upcoming manager at her family's historical and famous inn, the Amagi Inn. A very polite and reserved girl, her friends know her best as offbeat, goofy and adorable. At school, her beauty, intelligence and personality earned her the adoration of girls and guys alike, and she is known as the "Amagi Challenge" because she has turned down so many guys left and right at her school (including Yosuke). She gained her Persona, Konohana-Sakuya after facing her true inner self, and helped her friends solved the wild mysteries that plagued Inaba for many years, all the while finding her true self and staying true to it.
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===Playstyle===
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Yukiko is a zoning character that is meant to be played defensively with her projectiles and long ranged Persona normals. Her offensive momentum increases when she stocks up her fire levels all the way up to 9 while healing herself and her partner to keep and solidify it. Therefore, a Yukiko player must be proficient at playing neutral and making good reads against the opponent while micromanaging offensive and defensive stats in order to stay ahead of them.
  
===Playstyle: Persona===
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===Strengths/Weaknesses===
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* Long ranged normals
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* Ability to infinitely recover her (and her partner's) health
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* Nice anti-pushblock tools
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* Damage output significantly improves with each fire stock
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* Utilizes Resonance Blaze ''extremely'' well
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* Strong projectile game (especially with her fans)
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* DP nullifies projectiles while rapidly recovering her health back
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* Excels at using Resonance Blaze mechanics (especially if on Lv.4 and/or is on Lv.9 fire)
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* Great zoning tools
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* Good air game
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* Excellent reaction game
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* Awkward button scheme
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* Slow normals
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* Can be very grueling to win matches on Lv.0 (or levels <4)
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* Very difficult to learn; requires strong defense and reactions
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* Low physical damage output
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* Very low health
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* Very meter-reliant
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===Persona: Konohana-Sakuya===
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===Fire Gauge===
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Yukiko's unique gauge, Fire, amplifies the damage of her fire-based attacks (such as Agi or Maragi) by 10%. You gain 1 stack from using 22A or (when tagged out) 6P and 2 stacks from 22B and 22C, up to a maximum of 9. For reference, a raw Agidyne deals roughly 4.5k dmg on lv.0, and deals over 10k on lv.9.
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Konohana-Sakuya further boosts Yukiko's ability to attack from range. Konohana-Sakuya's normals allow Yukiko to attack her opponent from a distance while her fire specials help her to control space from even further.
 
  
====Fire Gauge====
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Yukiko's unique gauge, Fire, amplifies the damage of her fire-based attacks (such as Agi or Maragi). You gain 1 stack from using 22A or (when tagged out) 6P and 2 stacks from 22B and 22C, up to a maximum of 9.
 
 
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* Important points go here
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* Yukiko's "jab." The benefit of having it mapped at 4A is that it allows you to continually and consistently block, while being able to still press a button should Yukiko see a gap or opening in the enemy's blockstring or movement. Covers up a decent amount of range, hitting advancing opponents and can even work as an anti-air (as it boasts a deceptively large vertical hit-box), but has fairly slow startup, so be wise before using it. Also, be aware of your range when using this move, as a successive 4AA or 4AAA will whiff at 4A's maximum range. In these cases, a following 6B or 2C will make up for the distance.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
 
 
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* Important points go here
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* Able to gatling from 4A with fair ease. Satisfactory vertical reach, above satisfactory horizontal reach. Jump cancelable on hit. 
  
 
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
 
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* Important points go here
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* Hard knock-down on air-borne targets. Able to whiff during gatling if opponent is too far.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Unlike 4A and 4AA, she is not able to cancel into other normals; only sweep (2C), specials and supers are available. While it is safe on block, she's fairly left wide open on pushblock.
 
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* Important points go here
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* Negative on block, but propels opponent a significant distance from Yukiko, making it hard to punish.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Smart combo ender. If optimizing for damage, this move should be considered above both variants of Agi. Does not deal more damage than Agilao, however. Damage scales with Flame Boost.
 
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* Keep in mind that Yukiko takes damage when you hit her persona.
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* Moves Konohana-Sakuya forward. Chain whiffs into itself twice before Sakuya returns to her.  
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Yukiko summons Konohana-Sakuya, who dashes to the enemy's positions and strikes with her petal blades. Since Sakuya tracks to the enemy's position, she will immediately strike within vicinity; otherwise she will go a max. distance away from Yukiko and then strike. Great for delayable pressure. Once Sakuya is out, she is given small time for some options to use before she returns to Yukiko or gets hit: 236A/B (for a closer placed Agi), another 5A (to cover more distance and/or attack from afar) 236BC Agidyne (to punish counterrattacks). Heavily emphasized to use this button wisely, as Yukiko cannot move ''the whole time'' this move is thrown out.
 
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  |description=
 
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* Important points go here
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* Moves Konohana Sakuya forward
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* Hard knockdown on air hit
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Multi-hitting attack. Hard knockdown on aerial hit, pushes the down enemy to ground level on block. Safe on block, unsafe on pushblock, though in some cases Sakuya will take the hit for Yukiko so she can recover in time. Sakuya pauses for a bit afterwards, giving her the same options she can do post-5A.
 
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  |version=5AAA
 
  |version=5AAA
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  |damage= |guard=Low
 
  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Moves Konohana Sakuya forward
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Sakuya attacks downwards. Must be blocked low, and Yukiko cannot move throughout the move. Again afterwards, Sakuya pauses for a bit and gets post-5A options.
 
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=-12
 
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  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Moves Konohana Sakuya forward
 
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Same ender as 4A autocombo. Hard to punish as it creates distance between Yukiko and the opponent. On hit it puts the opponent ACTUALLY full screen away. Damage rises with fire levels.
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
 
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">5B</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">5B</font> ======
 
{{MoveData
 
{{MoveData
|image=BBTag_Yukiko_5B.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_5B.png |caption=You get a fan! And YOU get a fan!
 
|image2=BBTag_Yukiko_5BB.png |caption2=
 
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|name=5B
 
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  |description=
 
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* Important points go here
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* Special cancelable
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* 4B fans travel slower than 5B fans while 6B fans travel faster
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Fan toss. Use these to keep the opponent in check during neutral. Regardless of distance, she is able to chain into anything she likes on block/hit. 6B's speed makes for a fast CH starter, while 4B lets Yukiko recover while the projectile is still on-screen. Decent startup but poor recovery, so use with extreme caution if the opponent has 2 meter or higher.
 
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  |version=4BB, 5BB and 6BB
 
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  |damage= |guard=All
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=-18
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Special cancelable
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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A followup that has you throw out a second fan. Similar to the first fan, you can input 4BB to make the fan travel slower or 6BB to make it travel faster. The input you use can be different  from the first B input.
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The second fan thrown here is slightly higher than the first, causing it to whiff on most crouching characters' hurtboxes (except those with large ones, like Tager and Wald). Highly recommended to use this move only on a hitconfirm, as Yukiko recovers poorly afterwards, the second fan can be easily avoided. Loses to raw super reaction, so be extremely wary with this should the enemy have 2 meter or higher.
 
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  |damage=800 |guard=High
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  |startup=26 |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=-4
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Active later than it appears.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Yukiko's Crash Assault. Safe on block. Moves Yukiko slightly forward, so it is able to reach unsuspecting crouching opponents. Yukiko can use special attacks such as Agi and Maragi to hide the flash startup. She may also cancel into this from a quick 2B/6B fan toss.
 
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  |startup= 7|active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Chains into itself 3 times on hit/block
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Low poke. Faster startup than 4A, but lacks range. Great for tick pressuring, and is able to cancel into 5A on block to push the enemy away.
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">2B, 1B and 3B</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">2B, 1B and 3B</font> ======
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_2B.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_2B.png |caption=AN ACTUAL ANTI-AIR NOW?!?
 
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|name=2B, 1B and 3B
 
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* Important points go here
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* 1B travels narrow, 3B travels wider
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* Invul kicks slightly after startup, ''not during''
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Anti-air. Can be used to stop the enemy's momentum mid-air, and hits standing characters with tall hitboxes. Puts Yukiko in a bad position if whiffed (and some cases can be raw super punished too), so be sure to use this with good judgment. Normal/special/super cancelable on block or hit. Can be used to whiff incoming down attacks.
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">2C</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">2C</font> ======
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_2C.png |caption="I'm sorry!" (No she's not.)
 
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|name=2C
 
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Decent range
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Sweep. Can be used as a poking tool since it has decent range, and since it hits low, opens up high/low unblockable potential. Special/super cancelable, and often acts as a combo ender. That being said, a great combo starter for Yukiko is 2C>236C, as it often deals a lot of damage afterwards.
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">j.A</font> ======
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_jA.png |caption=A gem.
 
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  |description=
 
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* Chains into itself up to 3 times
 
* Chains into itself up to 3 times
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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One of Yukiko's best moves with fast startup and recovery, an overhead, nice range, and ability to rapid chain whiff itself thrice. Excellent move to consider in not only neutral, but jump-ins, cross-ups, mix-ups, blockstrings, pressure. Also one of Yukiko's Smart Combos that allows you to safely knockdown with j.5C.
 
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* Important points go here
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* j.4B travels narrower, j.6B travels wider
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Aerial fan toss. Recovers a bit before landing, so watch your position. Naturally dodges grounded attack while still giving Yukiko momentum, and she can IAD forward/backward to toss another consecutive fan, among other aerial options provided to her. She can assist-confirm off of a hit if she's too high in the air to confirm off of it herself. Special cancelable on block or hit.
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">j.C</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">j.C</font> ======
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_jC.png |caption=RIP P4A j.5D
 
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* Important points go here
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* Grants knockdown on air hit
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Yukiko's aerial knockdown tool, also infamously known as "not an overhead" (unlike every other character's j.5C in-game). Has nice cross-up potential, and Yukiko can infinitely use this in one jump setting, but like 5A, Yukiko cannot move at all throughout this move, so use it wisely.
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Ground Throw</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Ground Throw</font> ======
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_GroundThrow.png |caption=This is gonna hurt.
 
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|name=Ground Throw
 
|input=5B+C
 
|input=5B+C
 
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  |damage=0, 2000 |guard=Throw
 
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
 
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Yukiko slaps ''the hell out'' of the opponent and puts them in crumple state, allowing her to follow-up. 4A whiffs on certain characters, but 5A is a more consistent follow up as of the 1.30 patch. 2A is the best followup in this case, along with 214B
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Dia</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Dia</font> ======
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_Dia.png |caption=Very useful if Training Mode is unavailable.
 
|name=Dia
 
|name=Dia
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|input=5A+D (Chargeable)
 
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* Important points go here
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* Holding the buttons will let you stay in Dia longer and heal you more
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* Projectile invincible for the entire duration of the move
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* Levitates slightly, providing an airborne state
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* Short horizontal, mediocre vertical hitbox
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Yukiko's DP. Very unsafe if blocked. It nullifies all projectile attacks and briefly physical attacks (startup only) before knocking the opponent back and granting Yukiko substantial healing time. Dia itself does find use as a tool that can rewards Yukiko after a knockdown, if her opponent is far away, or if they're unable to close in on her right away. Can also be used offensively as a combo ender, disrupt Cross Bursts, and even denies DHCs. Depending on the right partner (i.e. Waldstein, Hyde), Yukiko can nearly fully heal herself during a match!
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When covered by an assist, particularly projectiles, Yukiko can safely tap Dia. The further she is from the opponent and the more cautious the opponent is can determine how long she can reasonably hold for. Utilizing Reject Guard in combination with an immediate assist call can be a decent way to find room to use Dia.
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Dia's projectile invulnerability allows Yukiko to be something of an anti-zoning zoner, as she can avoid any (and every) projectile while healing at the same time.
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Take care when using this, as Yukiko can get punished while she's recovering. A simple tap leaves little room for worry, but if held down for too long and the opponent recovers fast enough, Yukiko is left wide open. Make sure you're on the same footing as your opponent when considering this move, if not faster yourself.
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Finally, because Yukiko levitates during the state, she cannot be thrown or command grabbed out of it.
 
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|input=236A/B (air OK)
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|name=Agi
 
|name=Agi
 
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* Important points go here
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* Hold the button to delay the explosion of the placed fire. The fire will explode when you release the button
 
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Fire circle remains in place until the button is released.
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
 
  
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While Yukiko is unable to perform any actions while using Dia (Reversal Action) she is still able to hold onto her various Agi versions. This allows her to potentially set up traps on opponents looking to punish or approach her, ensuring she can recover in peace. With the A version in particular however, since Dia requires A+D she is unfortunately not able to perform it without letting go of Agi.
 
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* Important points go here
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* It's possible to have A/B/C versions held simultaneously.
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Farther away circle. Same as A version aside from fire circle range.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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While holding B version seems tempting since the range helps maintain long-distance zoning, it does prevent Yukiko from using any of her fans for linear zoning. It generally becomes a worthwhile option when Yukiko is able to put the opponent almost fullscreen, whether from combo enders or natural pushback from things like 5AAA, 5AAAA, 214B+C, etc.
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Holding B version while holding Dia can provide a small amount of defense against an opponent looking to stop her, but a wary opponent can navigate around the held fire circle so it should not be relied on heavily.
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Maragi</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Maragi</font> ======
 
{{MoveData
 
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|input=214A/B
 
|input=214A/B
 
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  |version=A
  |damage= |guard=All
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  |startup=23 |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=-8
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Remains active in place for a bit after reaching destination.
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* First hits low, then hits mid
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Travels midscreen. Fast speed moving projectile that then creates a sort of fire wall afterwards. Can pushblock trap your opponent into it, and it also kills Cross Bursts, even if Yukiko is hit. Because the first part hits low, it offers high/low unblockable potential with the right partner. Because of such lengthy recovery, she is unable to follow-up on the hit herself outside of the corner and must call on an assist. Anti-air.
  
 
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  |header=no
 
  |version=B
 
  |version=B
  |damage= |guard=All
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  |damage= |guard=Low(1), Mid(2)
  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=+4
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Travels 80% of the screen
 +
* First hits low, then hits mid
 +
* Pressing B again will make it explode earlier while it's traveling
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Travels farther than A version, but not quite fullscreen. Compared to it, 214B has slower startup, but faster recovery. Can control when the flame pillar rises by either releasing the button after holding it down or simply tapping it again. High/low unblockable potential since it counts a low on first hit. Safe on block.
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Fire Boost</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Fire Boost</font> ======
 
{{MoveData
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_FireBoost.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_FireBoost.png |caption=If you're not using this, you're losing.
 
|input=22A/B
 
|input=22A/B
 
|name=Fire Boost
 
|name=Fire Boost
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Grants 1 level of Fire Boost
 
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* Costs Yukiko 500 health that's recoverable
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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* Less than 58 total frames as of 1.30
  
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Use this after a knockdown, while an assist is protecting you or in situations you know you're safe. Use Dia to regain back the health you've sacrificed from this move. Once Yukiko has reached lv. 9, she no longer takes red life damage should you input this afterward.
 
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Grants 2 levels of Fire Boost
 +
* Costs Yukiko 500 health that's recoverable
 +
* Less than 81 total frames as of 1.30
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Not at all a move you want to consider solo in neutral; it is extremely unsafe in every regard. However, with the powers of Active Switch hitconfirming and Cross Combo frame 1 active switching invulnerability, this is a great way to help Yukiko get 22C's benefits and gain higher levels ''without'' sacrificing meter. There may be other assists that can help protect this move and/or make more safe (i.e. Orie 4P, Carmine 214BC, etc.). Once again, use Dia to heal the red life you've accumulated from boosting back, and she does not deal red life damage to herself anymore once she reaches lv.9.
 
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==Extra Skills==
 
==Extra Skills==
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Agi</font> ======
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">EX Agi</font> ======
 
{{MoveData
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_Agi.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_Agi.png |caption=Remember when this had two explosions in ''Arena''? Mori certainly didn't.
 
|input=236C
 
|input=236C
|name=Agi
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|name=Agilao
 
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  |damage= |guard=All
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=+2
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Can be used as a pressure reset up close.
 +
* Air OK
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Puts the circle on top of the opponent and tracks them. When timed well, you are able to confirm off of it. Deals a substantial amount of damage as a starter (2C>236C). Eats up the enemy's red life on hit, killing their health recovery potential during Resonance Blaze. Sidenote: First hit comes out slower than the other 2 versions, making things like 5AAA>236C not true.
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_Maragi-3.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_Maragion.png |caption=Nice pressuring tool.
 
|input=214C
 
|input=214C
|name=Maragi
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|name=Maragion
 
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|data=
 
  {{AttackData-BBTag
 
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  |damage= |guard=Low(1), Mid(3)
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  |startup=30 |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=+25
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Good for covering an approach
 +
* Explodes into 3 pillars of fire
 +
* Travels full screen
 +
* Pressing C again while it's traveling will make the fire explode into the pillars where it currently is instead of traveling the full distance.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Slowly crawls along the ground, turns into forward-moving flame pillars upon reaching opponent. High/low unblockable potential since the first part of Maragion hits low. Like Agilao, it eats up the enemy's red life on hit. Because there are 3 flame pillars, Yukiko can IAD j.5A/2A mixup the opponent, or force them to waste meter and pushblock her away from them.
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Fire Boost</font> ======
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">EX Fire Boost</font> ======
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_FireBoost.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_FireBoost.png |caption=...that's all you've got?
 
|input=22C
 
|input=22C
|name=Fire Boost
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|name=Fire Amp
 
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Grants 2 levels of Fire Boost
 +
* Autoguards projectiles
 +
* Costs Yukiko 500 health that's recoverable
 +
* Less than 45 total frames as of 1.30
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Shields herself from projectiles while gaining 2 levels. She gains control right away after the move ends, so it can avoid projectile moves with a long duration (i.e. Yu's 236BC, Nu's 236BC). Takes 500 recoverable life like the rest of fire boosts while also getting 2 fire stocks. A useful move to consider in neutral. She can also freely assist punish after catching enemy projectiles. She can loop off of it on hard knockdowns (IE: 4AAA>22C>4A, 5AA>22C>2A)
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">5P</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">5P</font> ======
 
{{MoveData
 
{{MoveData
|image=BBTag_Yukiko_FlameDance.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_FlameDance.png |caption="Keep your distance!"
|input=5P  
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|name=5P  
|name=Flame Dance
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|input=Flame Dance
 
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|data=
 
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  |damage= |guard=All
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  |startup=32 |active=N/A |recovery=N/A |frameAdv=+35
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* On hit, launches the opponent high up with a large amount of untech time, allowing for easy combo conversion or extension
 +
* Two-part move, but the first part only hits close up
 +
* The damage of the assist goes up depending on how many fire levels you have
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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If active switched into Yukiko, no matter how far she and Sakuya are apart, Sakuya always returns to her.
  
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">6P</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">6P</font> ======
 
{{MoveData
 
{{MoveData
|image=BBTag_Yukiko_PhoenixFlameSwirl.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_PhoenixFlameSwirl.png |caption=You can do no wrong with this.
|input=6P  
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|name=6P  
|name=Phoenix Flame Swirl
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|input=Phoenix Flame Swirl
 
|data=
 
|data=
 
  {{AttackData-BBTag
 
  {{AttackData-BBTag
 
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  |damage= |guard=All
  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
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  |startup=80 |active=N/A |recovery=N/A |frameAdv=+27
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
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* Long startup but great for controlling air space and extending combos on airborne opponents.
 
* Gives Yukiko 1 level of fire boost
 
* Gives Yukiko 1 level of fire boost
 +
* Sakuya tracks Yukiko's opponent on the screen, ensuring she doesn't miss regardless of characters changing position.
 +
* Hitbox is high enough that most characters can crouch under it.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Yukiko always stands a nice distance behind you before fire boosting and then throwing out her Persona, who has taken the shape of a literal flaming bird. On Active Switch or Cross Combo activation, the projectile completely vanishes. Should the enemy block it midair, it leaves them wide open for an aerial unblockable setup. If they stand block it, they're wide open for lows. If they crouch-whiff it, they can open up by overheads. Offensively ''and'' defensively speaking, this is a great assist in Yukiko's arsenal for many, many reasons.
  
 
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{{MoveData
 
|image=BBTag_Yukiko_Dia.png |caption=
 
|image=BBTag_Yukiko_Dia.png |caption=
|input=4P  
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|name=4P  
|name=Dia
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|input=Dia
 
|data=
 
|data=
 
  {{AttackData-BBTag
 
  {{AttackData-BBTag
 
  |damage= |guard=All
 
  |damage= |guard=All
  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=
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  |startup=N/A |active=N/A |recovery=N/A |frameAdv=N/A
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Heals a small amount of your point character's health
+
* Heals Yukiko's health, stand near her to heal the point character as well.
 +
* Yukiko heals herself faster when the point character is not standing near her.
 +
* You '''cannot''' hold down 4P in order to continuously heal Yukiko and her partner, unlike with her DP. It has a set duration.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Yukiko heals herself and her partner. Unlike when she's on point it has no hitbox whatsoever, so do not throw this out as and anti-air. On hitconfirm you may throw this out during a solo combo if you need Yukiko (or yourself) to recover some health back mid-match. You can also punish Cross Bursts by active switching to her once she's out.
  
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If not defended, far behind her partner or on the other side of the opponent, Yukiko is extremely vulnerable, especially because she stays out for a fairly long amount of time. As a result, you can use this to manipulate and bait your opponent into attacking so that you can cancel in Cross Combo or outright punish them yourself.
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Because it offers full projectile invulnerability once active, it is a nice tool to use against zoners or projectile-heavy attacks, as there is very little the opponent can do to interrupt her. That being said, she can be hit out of startup or recovery.
 
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====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Agidyne</font> ======
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Agidyne</font> ======
 
{{MoveData
 
{{MoveData
|image=BBTag_Yukiko_Agidyne.png |caption=
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_Agidyne.png |caption=(It's "''I am thou''," not "I am yours," btw.)
 
|input=236B+C
 
|input=236B+C
 
|name=Agidyne
 
|name=Agidyne
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  |damage= |guard=All
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  |startup= ~3 |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=-51
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Fireball tracks the opponent's side
 +
* VERY unsafe on block
 +
* Yukiko's DHC (minus the spin)
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Yukiko calls forth her Persona, who violently enraptures the enemy in a fiery twirl, ending with a massive fireball. Once out, Sakuya spins for a brief duration, and cannot be moved. Offering Yukiko startup invul. so she can whiff enemy attacks, the screen also completely freezes on startup, allowing her to swiftly punish things on reaction, including quick 5A/2A jabs. Damages scales slightly if used in a combo, and on a raw hit it deals ''massive'' damage (especially on Lv.9). Excellent at catching Cross Bursts, moves with long reach and moves in recovery state, regardless of duration. Becomes increasingly threatening with each fire level stocked; on a raw hit, Lv.0 does 4.5k dmg, while Lv.9 does around 10k ''alone!'' Offers a ridiculous amount of chip damage during Resonance Blaze, but leaves Yukiko wide open, so be mindful of the distance between you and the enemy and see to it they don't have a means to punish from said distance.
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 +
It is recommended that a Yukiko player spends time learning every other characters' blockstring consistently and thoroughly, so that they'll have a better awareness of when to use this move; Agidyne can be a highly rewarding, yet highly risky move (outside of comboing, of course).
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Depending on the partner, an early DHC will allow the partner (examples are Weiss, Nine, Aegis etc.) to follow-up while Agidyne is still in motion, and on the flipside, Yukiko's DHC allows her to follow-up with Vatista's 236BC, Ruby's 214BC, Yu's 236BC, Nine's 236BC, Noel's air 236BC, Rachel's 214BC, Linne's 236BC, to give just some of the examples.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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An interesting thing to note is that Agidyne completely beats Tager's 5B in every regard, even if he holds it to max length.
  
 
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  |damage= |guard=All
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=+35 (+14 charged)
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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* Tap B+C to make the flames come from Yukiko (C Maragidyne in P4Arena), and hold B+C to make the flames come from the far side of the screen instead (D Maragidyne in P4Arena).
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* You can throw 5B fans soon enough to catch them at the end of the Distortion as a direct combo.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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This move is invincible on startup and pushes the opponent far away even on block (for the C version). It does a lot of chip damage at high fire boost levels and in resonance blaze: about half of most characters' life bars with level 9 fireboost and resonance level 4. Resonance Blaze also gives Yukiko the 6 bars she needs in order to combo C Maragidyne into D Maragidyne into Agidyne. If you have a low fireboost level, you can make the opponent block the C version of Maragidyne and fireboost a few times while the opponent is stuck in blockstun from the flames.
  
 
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==Astral Heat==
 
==Astral Heat==
 
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|image=BBTag_Yukiko_FullBloom.png |caption=
 
|image=BBTag_Yukiko_FullBloom.png |caption=
|image2=BBTag_Yukiko_Full Bloom2.png |caption2=
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|image2=BBTag_Yukiko_FullBloom2.png |caption2='''Stay out of my garden.'''
 
|input=222B+C
 
|input=222B+C
 
|name=Full Bloom
 
|name=Full Bloom
 
|data=
 
|data=
 
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  |startup= |active= |recovery= |frameAdv=-46
 
  |description=
 
  |description=
* Important points go here
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Yukiko summons Sakuya one last time, as her Persona transforms into endless cherry blossoms that swarm and eviscerate the opponent while Yukiko dances through it all, ending with a beautiful pose. The screen freeze when Yukiko makes a pose, so it can catch mindless opponents pressing buttons. Sakuya's lunge does some significant pushback, so it can be awkward to punish, but it bears mentioning that it is naturally unsafe on block, so, like always, astral wisely.
  
Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here
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Can be canceled from Agi and Maragi, and Sakuya confirms all the way from nearly fullscreen.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:01, 7 October 2018

Yukiko Amagi
BBTag Yukiko Portrait.png

Health: 14,000

Jump Startup: 4F

Backdash Time 29F / Invul: 1-7F All

Movement Options
  • Double Jump, 1 Airdash, Dash Type: Run

Overview[edit]

"I'm not as gentle as I look..."

Backstory[edit]

A third-year Yasogami high school student and member of the "Investigation Team," Yukiko is the sole heiress and upcoming manager at her family's historical and famous inn, the Amagi Inn. A very polite and reserved girl, her friends know her best as offbeat, goofy and adorable. At school, her beauty, intelligence and personality earned her the adoration of girls and guys alike, and she is known as the "Amagi Challenge" because she has turned down so many guys left and right at her school (including Yosuke). She gained her Persona, Konohana-Sakuya after facing her true inner self, and helped her friends solved the wild mysteries that plagued Inaba for many years, all the while finding her true self and staying true to it.

Playstyle[edit]

Yukiko is a zoning character that is meant to be played defensively with her projectiles and long ranged Persona normals. Her offensive momentum increases when she stocks up her fire levels all the way up to 9 while healing herself and her partner to keep and solidify it. Therefore, a Yukiko player must be proficient at playing neutral and making good reads against the opponent while micromanaging offensive and defensive stats in order to stay ahead of them.

Strengths/Weaknesses[edit]

Strengths Weaknesses
  • Long ranged normals
  • Ability to infinitely recover her (and her partner's) health
  • Nice anti-pushblock tools
  • Damage output significantly improves with each fire stock
  • Utilizes Resonance Blaze extremely well
  • Strong projectile game (especially with her fans)
  • DP nullifies projectiles while rapidly recovering her health back
  • Excels at using Resonance Blaze mechanics (especially if on Lv.4 and/or is on Lv.9 fire)
  • Great zoning tools
  • Good air game
  • Excellent reaction game
  • Awkward button scheme
  • Slow normals
  • Can be very grueling to win matches on Lv.0 (or levels <4)
  • Very difficult to learn; requires strong defense and reactions
  • Low physical damage output
  • Very low health
  • Very meter-reliant


Fire Gauge[edit]

Yukiko's unique gauge, Fire, amplifies the damage of her fire-based attacks (such as Agi or Maragi) by 10%. You gain 1 stack from using 22A or (when tagged out) 6P and 2 stacks from 22B and 22C, up to a maximum of 9. For reference, a raw Agidyne deals roughly 4.5k dmg on lv.0, and deals over 10k on lv.9.



Normal Moves[edit]

4A[edit]
4A
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P4AU Yukiko FlameDance.png
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
4A 1000 All 9F - - -
  • Yukiko's "jab." The benefit of having it mapped at 4A is that it allows you to continually and consistently block, while being able to still press a button should Yukiko see a gap or opening in the enemy's blockstring or movement. Covers up a decent amount of range, hitting advancing opponents and can even work as an anti-air (as it boasts a deceptively large vertical hit-box), but has fairly slow startup, so be wise before using it. Also, be aware of your range when using this move, as a successive 4AA or 4AAA will whiff at 4A's maximum range. In these cases, a following 6B or 2C will make up for the distance.
4AA 1000 All 10F - - -
  • Able to gatling from 4A with fair ease. Satisfactory vertical reach, above satisfactory horizontal reach. Jump cancelable on hit.

Detailed description of the usefulness of the move go here

4AAA 1200 All 11F - - -
  • Hard knock-down on air-borne targets. Able to whiff during gatling if opponent is too far.

Unlike 4A and 4AA, she is not able to cancel into other normals; only sweep (2C), specials and supers are available. While it is safe on block, she's fairly left wide open on pushblock.

4AAAA 1821 All 9F - - -12
  • Negative on block, but propels opponent a significant distance from Yukiko, making it hard to punish.

Smart combo ender. If optimizing for damage, this move should be considered above both variants of Agi. Does not deal more damage than Agilao, however. Damage scales with Flame Boost.


5A[edit]
5A
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Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
5A 200, 9*115 All - - - -
  • Moves Konohana-Sakuya forward. Chain whiffs into itself twice before Sakuya returns to her.

Yukiko summons Konohana-Sakuya, who dashes to the enemy's positions and strikes with her petal blades. Since Sakuya tracks to the enemy's position, she will immediately strike within vicinity; otherwise she will go a max. distance away from Yukiko and then strike. Great for delayable pressure. Once Sakuya is out, she is given small time for some options to use before she returns to Yukiko or gets hit: 236A/B (for a closer placed Agi), another 5A (to cover more distance and/or attack from afar) 236BC Agidyne (to punish counterrattacks). Heavily emphasized to use this button wisely, as Yukiko cannot move the whole time this move is thrown out.

5AA - All - - - -
  • Moves Konohana Sakuya forward
  • Hard knockdown on air hit

Multi-hitting attack. Hard knockdown on aerial hit, pushes the down enemy to ground level on block. Safe on block, unsafe on pushblock, though in some cases Sakuya will take the hit for Yukiko so she can recover in time. Sakuya pauses for a bit afterwards, giving her the same options she can do post-5A.

5AAA - Low - - - -
  • Moves Konohana Sakuya forward

Sakuya attacks downwards. Must be blocked low, and Yukiko cannot move throughout the move. Again afterwards, Sakuya pauses for a bit and gets post-5A options.

5AAAA - All - - - -12
  • Moves Konohana Sakuya forward

Same ender as 4A autocombo. Hard to punish as it creates distance between Yukiko and the opponent. On hit it puts the opponent ACTUALLY full screen away. Damage rises with fire levels.


5B[edit]
5B
P4Arena Yukiko 5B.png
You get a fan! And YOU get a fan!
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Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
5B, 4B and 6B - All - - - -
  • Special cancelable
  • 4B fans travel slower than 5B fans while 6B fans travel faster

Fan toss. Use these to keep the opponent in check during neutral. Regardless of distance, she is able to chain into anything she likes on block/hit. 6B's speed makes for a fast CH starter, while 4B lets Yukiko recover while the projectile is still on-screen. Decent startup but poor recovery, so use with extreme caution if the opponent has 2 meter or higher.

4BB, 5BB and 6BB - All - - - -18
  • Special cancelable

A followup that has you throw out a second fan. Similar to the first fan, you can input 4BB to make the fan travel slower or 6BB to make it travel faster. The input you use can be different from the first B input. The second fan thrown here is slightly higher than the first, causing it to whiff on most crouching characters' hurtboxes (except those with large ones, like Tager and Wald). Highly recommended to use this move only on a hitconfirm, as Yukiko recovers poorly afterwards, the second fan can be easily avoided. Loses to raw super reaction, so be extremely wary with this should the enemy have 2 meter or higher.


5C[edit]
5C
P4Arena Yukiko AOA.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
800 High 26 - - -4
  • Active later than it appears.

Yukiko's Crash Assault. Safe on block. Moves Yukiko slightly forward, so it is able to reach unsuspecting crouching opponents. Yukiko can use special attacks such as Agi and Maragi to hide the flash startup. She may also cancel into this from a quick 2B/6B fan toss.


2A[edit]
2A
P4Arena Yukiko 2A.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- Low 7 - - -
  • Chains into itself 3 times on hit/block

Low poke. Faster startup than 4A, but lacks range. Great for tick pressuring, and is able to cancel into 5A on block to push the enemy away.


2B, 1B and 3B[edit]
2B, 1B and 3B
P4Arena Yukiko 2B.png
AN ACTUAL ANTI-AIR NOW?!?
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All - - - -
  • 1B travels narrow, 3B travels wider
  • Invul kicks slightly after startup, not during

Anti-air. Can be used to stop the enemy's momentum mid-air, and hits standing characters with tall hitboxes. Puts Yukiko in a bad position if whiffed (and some cases can be raw super punished too), so be sure to use this with good judgment. Normal/special/super cancelable on block or hit. Can be used to whiff incoming down attacks.


2C[edit]
2C
P4Arena Yukiko Sweep.png
"I'm sorry!" (No she's not.)
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- Low - - - -
  • Decent range

Sweep. Can be used as a poking tool since it has decent range, and since it hits low, opens up high/low unblockable potential. Special/super cancelable, and often acts as a combo ender. That being said, a great combo starter for Yukiko is 2C>236C, as it often deals a lot of damage afterwards.


j.A[edit]
j.A
P4Arena Yukiko jA.png
A gem.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- High - - - -
  • Chains into itself up to 3 times

One of Yukiko's best moves with fast startup and recovery, an overhead, nice range, and ability to rapid chain whiff itself thrice. Excellent move to consider in not only neutral, but jump-ins, cross-ups, mix-ups, blockstrings, pressure. Also one of Yukiko's Smart Combos that allows you to safely knockdown with j.5C.


j.B, j.4B and j.6B[edit]
j.B, j.4B and j.6B
P4Arena Yukiko jB.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All - - - -
  • j.4B travels narrower, j.6B travels wider

Aerial fan toss. Recovers a bit before landing, so watch your position. Naturally dodges grounded attack while still giving Yukiko momentum, and she can IAD forward/backward to toss another consecutive fan, among other aerial options provided to her. She can assist-confirm off of a hit if she's too high in the air to confirm off of it herself. Special cancelable on block or hit.


j.C[edit]
j.C
BBTag Yukiko jC.png
RIP P4A j.5D
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All - - - -
  • Grants knockdown on air hit

Yukiko's aerial knockdown tool, also infamously known as "not an overhead" (unlike every other character's j.5C in-game). Has nice cross-up potential, and Yukiko can infinitely use this in one jump setting, but like 5A, Yukiko cannot move at all throughout this move, so use it wisely.



Universal Mechanics[edit]

Ground Throw[edit]
Ground Throw
5B+C
P4Arena Yukiko GroundThrow.png
This is gonna hurt.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
0, 2000 Throw - - - -

Yukiko slaps the hell out of the opponent and puts them in crumple state, allowing her to follow-up. 4A whiffs on certain characters, but 5A is a more consistent follow up as of the 1.30 patch. 2A is the best followup in this case, along with 214B


Dia[edit]
Dia
5A+D (Chargeable)
P4Arena Yukiko BD.png
Very useful if Training Mode is unavailable.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All 19 - - -30
  • Holding the buttons will let you stay in Dia longer and heal you more
  • Projectile invincible for the entire duration of the move
  • Levitates slightly, providing an airborne state
  • Short horizontal, mediocre vertical hitbox

Yukiko's DP. Very unsafe if blocked. It nullifies all projectile attacks and briefly physical attacks (startup only) before knocking the opponent back and granting Yukiko substantial healing time. Dia itself does find use as a tool that can rewards Yukiko after a knockdown, if her opponent is far away, or if they're unable to close in on her right away. Can also be used offensively as a combo ender, disrupt Cross Bursts, and even denies DHCs. Depending on the right partner (i.e. Waldstein, Hyde), Yukiko can nearly fully heal herself during a match! When covered by an assist, particularly projectiles, Yukiko can safely tap Dia. The further she is from the opponent and the more cautious the opponent is can determine how long she can reasonably hold for. Utilizing Reject Guard in combination with an immediate assist call can be a decent way to find room to use Dia. Dia's projectile invulnerability allows Yukiko to be something of an anti-zoning zoner, as she can avoid any (and every) projectile while healing at the same time. Take care when using this, as Yukiko can get punished while she's recovering. A simple tap leaves little room for worry, but if held down for too long and the opponent recovers fast enough, Yukiko is left wide open. Make sure you're on the same footing as your opponent when considering this move, if not faster yourself. Finally, because Yukiko levitates during the state, she cannot be thrown or command grabbed out of it.



Skills[edit]

Agi[edit]
Agi
236A/B (air OK)
P4Arena Yukiko Agi.png
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
A - All - - - -9
  • Hold the button to delay the explosion of the placed fire. The fire will explode when you release the button

Fire circle remains in place until the button is released.

While Yukiko is unable to perform any actions while using Dia (Reversal Action) she is still able to hold onto her various Agi versions. This allows her to potentially set up traps on opponents looking to punish or approach her, ensuring she can recover in peace. With the A version in particular however, since Dia requires A+D she is unfortunately not able to perform it without letting go of Agi.

B - All - - - -9
  • It's possible to have A/B/C versions held simultaneously.

Farther away circle. Same as A version aside from fire circle range.

While holding B version seems tempting since the range helps maintain long-distance zoning, it does prevent Yukiko from using any of her fans for linear zoning. It generally becomes a worthwhile option when Yukiko is able to put the opponent almost fullscreen, whether from combo enders or natural pushback from things like 5AAA, 5AAAA, 214B+C, etc.

Holding B version while holding Dia can provide a small amount of defense against an opponent looking to stop her, but a wary opponent can navigate around the held fire circle so it should not be relied on heavily.


Maragi[edit]
Maragi
214A/B
P4Arena Yukiko Maragi.png
Why she suddenly laughs when she does it, the world may never know...
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
A - Low(1), Mid(2) 23 - - -8
  • Remains active in place for a bit after reaching destination.
  • First hits low, then hits mid

Travels midscreen. Fast speed moving projectile that then creates a sort of fire wall afterwards. Can pushblock trap your opponent into it, and it also kills Cross Bursts, even if Yukiko is hit. Because the first part hits low, it offers high/low unblockable potential with the right partner. Because of such lengthy recovery, she is unable to follow-up on the hit herself outside of the corner and must call on an assist. Anti-air.

B - Low(1), Mid(2) - - - +4
  • Travels 80% of the screen
  • First hits low, then hits mid
  • Pressing B again will make it explode earlier while it's traveling

Travels farther than A version, but not quite fullscreen. Compared to it, 214B has slower startup, but faster recovery. Can control when the flame pillar rises by either releasing the button after holding it down or simply tapping it again. High/low unblockable potential since it counts a low on first hit. Safe on block.


Fire Boost[edit]
Fire Boost
22A/B
P4Arena Yukiko FireBoost.png
If you're not using this, you're losing.
Version Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
A - - - - - -
  • Grants 1 level of Fire Boost
  • Costs Yukiko 500 health that's recoverable
  • Less than 58 total frames as of 1.30

Use this after a knockdown, while an assist is protecting you or in situations you know you're safe. Use Dia to regain back the health you've sacrificed from this move. Once Yukiko has reached lv. 9, she no longer takes red life damage should you input this afterward.

B - - - - - -
  • Grants 2 levels of Fire Boost
  • Costs Yukiko 500 health that's recoverable
  • Less than 81 total frames as of 1.30

Not at all a move you want to consider solo in neutral; it is extremely unsafe in every regard. However, with the powers of Active Switch hitconfirming and Cross Combo frame 1 active switching invulnerability, this is a great way to help Yukiko get 22C's benefits and gain higher levels without sacrificing meter. There may be other assists that can help protect this move and/or make more safe (i.e. Orie 4P, Carmine 214BC, etc.). Once again, use Dia to heal the red life you've accumulated from boosting back, and she does not deal red life damage to herself anymore once she reaches lv.9.



Extra Skills[edit]

EX Agi[edit]
Agilao
236C
P4Arena Yukiko Agi.png
Remember when this had two explosions in Arena? Mori certainly didn't.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All - - - +2
  • Can be used as a pressure reset up close.
  • Air OK

Puts the circle on top of the opponent and tracks them. When timed well, you are able to confirm off of it. Deals a substantial amount of damage as a starter (2C>236C). Eats up the enemy's red life on hit, killing their health recovery potential during Resonance Blaze. Sidenote: First hit comes out slower than the other 2 versions, making things like 5AAA>236C not true.


EX Maragi[edit]
Maragion
214C
BBTag Yukiko Maragion.png
Nice pressuring tool.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- Low(1), Mid(3) 30 - - +25
  • Good for covering an approach
  • Explodes into 3 pillars of fire
  • Travels full screen
  • Pressing C again while it's traveling will make the fire explode into the pillars where it currently is instead of traveling the full distance.

Slowly crawls along the ground, turns into forward-moving flame pillars upon reaching opponent. High/low unblockable potential since the first part of Maragion hits low. Like Agilao, it eats up the enemy's red life on hit. Because there are 3 flame pillars, Yukiko can IAD j.5A/2A mixup the opponent, or force them to waste meter and pushblock her away from them.


EX Fire Boost[edit]
Fire Amp
22C
P4Arena Yukiko FireBoost.png
...that's all you've got?
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- - - - - -
  • Grants 2 levels of Fire Boost
  • Autoguards projectiles
  • Costs Yukiko 500 health that's recoverable
  • Less than 45 total frames as of 1.30

Shields herself from projectiles while gaining 2 levels. She gains control right away after the move ends, so it can avoid projectile moves with a long duration (i.e. Yu's 236BC, Nu's 236BC). Takes 500 recoverable life like the rest of fire boosts while also getting 2 fire stocks. A useful move to consider in neutral. She can also freely assist punish after catching enemy projectiles. She can loop off of it on hard knockdowns (IE: 4AAA>22C>4A, 5AA>22C>2A)



Partner Skills[edit]

5P[edit]
5P
Flame Dance
P4AU Yukiko FlameDance.png
"Keep your distance!"
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All 32 N/A N/A +35
  • On hit, launches the opponent high up with a large amount of untech time, allowing for easy combo conversion or extension
  • Two-part move, but the first part only hits close up
  • The damage of the assist goes up depending on how many fire levels you have

If active switched into Yukiko, no matter how far she and Sakuya are apart, Sakuya always returns to her.


6P[edit]
6P
Phoenix Flame Swirl
P4AU Yukiko RadiantPhoenix.png
You can do no wrong with this.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All 80 N/A N/A +27
  • Long startup but great for controlling air space and extending combos on airborne opponents.
  • Gives Yukiko 1 level of fire boost
  • Sakuya tracks Yukiko's opponent on the screen, ensuring she doesn't miss regardless of characters changing position.
  • Hitbox is high enough that most characters can crouch under it.

Yukiko always stands a nice distance behind you before fire boosting and then throwing out her Persona, who has taken the shape of a literal flaming bird. On Active Switch or Cross Combo activation, the projectile completely vanishes. Should the enemy block it midair, it leaves them wide open for an aerial unblockable setup. If they stand block it, they're wide open for lows. If they crouch-whiff it, they can open up by overheads. Offensively and defensively speaking, this is a great assist in Yukiko's arsenal for many, many reasons.


4P[edit]
4P
Dia
P4Arena Yukiko BD.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All N/A N/A N/A N/A
  • Heals Yukiko's health, stand near her to heal the point character as well.
  • Yukiko heals herself faster when the point character is not standing near her.
  • You cannot hold down 4P in order to continuously heal Yukiko and her partner, unlike with her DP. It has a set duration.

Yukiko heals herself and her partner. Unlike when she's on point it has no hitbox whatsoever, so do not throw this out as and anti-air. On hitconfirm you may throw this out during a solo combo if you need Yukiko (or yourself) to recover some health back mid-match. You can also punish Cross Bursts by active switching to her once she's out.

If not defended, far behind her partner or on the other side of the opponent, Yukiko is extremely vulnerable, especially because she stays out for a fairly long amount of time. As a result, you can use this to manipulate and bait your opponent into attacking so that you can cancel in Cross Combo or outright punish them yourself. Because it offers full projectile invulnerability once active, it is a nice tool to use against zoners or projectile-heavy attacks, as there is very little the opponent can do to interrupt her. That being said, she can be hit out of startup or recovery.



Distortion Skills[edit]

Agidyne[edit]
Agidyne
236B+C
P4Arena Yukiko Agidyne.png
(It's "I am thou," not "I am yours," btw.)
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All ~3 - - -51
  • Fireball tracks the opponent's side
  • VERY unsafe on block
  • Yukiko's DHC (minus the spin)

Yukiko calls forth her Persona, who violently enraptures the enemy in a fiery twirl, ending with a massive fireball. Once out, Sakuya spins for a brief duration, and cannot be moved. Offering Yukiko startup invul. so she can whiff enemy attacks, the screen also completely freezes on startup, allowing her to swiftly punish things on reaction, including quick 5A/2A jabs. Damages scales slightly if used in a combo, and on a raw hit it deals massive damage (especially on Lv.9). Excellent at catching Cross Bursts, moves with long reach and moves in recovery state, regardless of duration. Becomes increasingly threatening with each fire level stocked; on a raw hit, Lv.0 does 4.5k dmg, while Lv.9 does around 10k alone! Offers a ridiculous amount of chip damage during Resonance Blaze, but leaves Yukiko wide open, so be mindful of the distance between you and the enemy and see to it they don't have a means to punish from said distance.

It is recommended that a Yukiko player spends time learning every other characters' blockstring consistently and thoroughly, so that they'll have a better awareness of when to use this move; Agidyne can be a highly rewarding, yet highly risky move (outside of comboing, of course).

Depending on the partner, an early DHC will allow the partner (examples are Weiss, Nine, Aegis etc.) to follow-up while Agidyne is still in motion, and on the flipside, Yukiko's DHC allows her to follow-up with Vatista's 236BC, Ruby's 214BC, Yu's 236BC, Nine's 236BC, Noel's air 236BC, Rachel's 214BC, Linne's 236BC, to give just some of the examples.

An interesting thing to note is that Agidyne completely beats Tager's 5B in every regard, even if he holds it to max length.


Maragidyne[edit]
Maragidyne
214B+C
P4Arena Yukiko Maragidyne.png
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- All - - - +35 (+14 charged)
  • Tap B+C to make the flames come from Yukiko (C Maragidyne in P4Arena), and hold B+C to make the flames come from the far side of the screen instead (D Maragidyne in P4Arena).
  • You can throw 5B fans soon enough to catch them at the end of the Distortion as a direct combo.

This move is invincible on startup and pushes the opponent far away even on block (for the C version). It does a lot of chip damage at high fire boost levels and in resonance blaze: about half of most characters' life bars with level 9 fireboost and resonance level 4. Resonance Blaze also gives Yukiko the 6 bars she needs in order to combo C Maragidyne into D Maragidyne into Agidyne. If you have a low fireboost level, you can make the opponent block the C version of Maragidyne and fireboost a few times while the opponent is stuck in blockstun from the flames.



Astral Heat[edit]

Full Bloom
222B+C
P4Arena Yukiko FullBloom.png
P4Arena Yukiko FullBloom2.png
Stay out of my garden.
Damage Guard Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
DESTROY (37564) All - - - -46

Yukiko summons Sakuya one last time, as her Persona transforms into endless cherry blossoms that swarm and eviscerate the opponent while Yukiko dances through it all, ending with a beautiful pose. The screen freeze when Yukiko makes a pose, so it can catch mindless opponents pressing buttons. Sakuya's lunge does some significant pushback, so it can be awkward to punish, but it bears mentioning that it is naturally unsafe on block, so, like always, astral wisely.

Can be canceled from Agi and Maragi, and Sakuya confirms all the way from nearly fullscreen.



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