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A typical crossup hits the opponent from behind

A crossup is an attack that hits the opponent on the opposite side, forcing the opponent to change the direction they are blocking from left to right (or vice versa).

Most crossups require specific setups to perform, such as jumping over the opponent. It is up to the defender to recognize when the attacker is attempting a crossup and change their block direction accordingly.

Ambiguous Crossup[edit]

Which way do I block!?

Some crossups are more difficult to block because the attacker can do a setup that will lead to either a crossup or a same side attack. These are much more difficult to defend against since even when the opponent recognizes the setup they will still need to guess which direction to block, or rely on very minute timing differences and switch blocking one direction then the other to try and guard switch the two possible attacks.

Crossup Protection[edit]

Crossup Protection is a system mechanic that allows crossup attacks to be blocked by holding either backward or forwards. Crossup Protection usually lasts for a few frames after players change sides. This serves as a slight built-in defense against ambiguous crossups.


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