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* 236L+M brings the opponent to the ground and lasts long, allowing most of the cast to get double supers from any height.
 
* 236L+M brings the opponent to the ground and lasts long, allowing most of the cast to get double supers from any height.
 
* Golden Frieza with Sparking Blast is likely the most terrifying comeback machine in the game. His brand new mechanics for Golden Frieza make him even more terrifying, giving him access to reverse beat which makes his combos and blockstrings much more threatening.
 
* Golden Frieza with Sparking Blast is likely the most terrifying comeback machine in the game. His brand new mechanics for Golden Frieza make him even more terrifying, giving him access to reverse beat which makes his combos and blockstrings much more threatening.
* HOOOHOHOHOHO
 
 
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* Subpar solo combo damage, unless paired with the right assist or in Golden form
 
* Subpar solo combo damage, unless paired with the right assist or in Golden form
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==Normals==
 
==Normals==
 
 
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* Standard 5L.
 
* Standard 5L.
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* Standard 5LL.
 
* Standard 5LL.
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* Hits fullscreen, and is one of the ways Frieza can achieve sliding knockdowns for jH. Often useful after a vanish extension. Since it reaches fullscreen it can be used to catch opponents off-guard, but it's pretty easily blocked as it's rather telegraphed from the preceding 5LL.
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* Tracks fullscreen.
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* At very close range, the explosion sends them outward. Otherwise, it sends them inward.
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Often useful after a vanish extension.
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* Standard 5M with deceptively good range. Hops over a few lows, and is very useful in both combos and blockstrings.
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* Deceptively good range.
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Hops over a few lows, and is very useful in both combos and blockstrings.
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* Has smash properties at close range.
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* Smash on the first hit, wall bounces.
* The smash hit deals 150 damage, each of the 8 rocks deals 100 damage. At the right distance with all 9 hits, damage is 870.
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* The rocks themselves keep grounded opponent standing, can't be Super Dashed through, and disappear on Vanish.
* Good for controlling ground space.
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Good for controlling ground space.
* Unique Lv 1 projectiles that can't be super dashed through.
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* Reaches fullscreen, can be canceled into 5S, 236M or super dash even from range. In close the move is unsafe, but can be gatlinged into 2H or canceled to 236L for safety.
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Despite the rocks being nullified by Broly's Powered Shell, the initial smash hit will break through it.
* Despite the rocks being nullified by Broly's Powered Shell, the initial smash hit will break through it.
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* [] is all Ki blasts after the first one.
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* Hold or mash S to shoot all 6 Ki blasts.
* Sixth hit throws enemy back, wallbounces if they reach one.
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* Sixth hit launches and wall bounces.
* Can be comboed after by using 236M > Vanish.
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Can be followed up with 236M > Vanish.
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* Low-hitting 2L. Not the best range, but quite useful as it's a low.
 
* Low-hitting 2L. Not the best range, but quite useful as it's a low.
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* Frieza's main low normal.
 
* Frieza's main low normal.
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* Unique Lv 1 projectile that can't be super dashed through.
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* Can't be super dashed through.
* A quite unconventional 2H, as it has massive horizontal range but lacks coverage above Frieza’s head. It's still Frieza’s main anti-air, is useful in blockstrings, and is the main way you'll be activating j.H and j.2H sliding knockdown property.
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A quite unconventional 2H, as it has massive horizontal range but lacks coverage above Frieza’s head.
Due to the way Golden Frieza's reverse beat works, after landing a 2H, you have to manually input Super Dash (H+S) as mashing H will give you 5H instead.
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* Standard Lv 1 projectile.
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* 1S shoots almost horizontally, 2S shoots at a 30 degree angle, 3S shoots at a 60 degree angle.
* 1S shoots almost horizontally, 2S shoots at a 30 degree angle, 3S shoots at a 60 degree angle. Good range and covers some useful anti-air angles, but it can unfortunately be super dashed through so it's not great at that job. This move quite useful in a lot of Frieza’s more advanced combos, however.
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Good range and covers some useful anti-air angles, but it can unfortunately be super dashed through so it's not great at that job.
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Mostly a combo filler.
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Standard 6M. 0 on block, can be converted into combos with assists, though using it as a starter scales the combo heavily. The move leaves Frieza airborne, so while in Sparking Blast you can airdash cancel this move for a potentially scary mixup.
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* Universal overhead.
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* Hits at a downward angle, useful for IAD-pressure.
 
* Hits at a downward angle, useful for IAD-pressure.
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* Great air to air normal.
 
 
* Second hit has much longer range.
 
* Second hit has much longer range.
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* Great air-to-air normal.
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* [] is on Smash hit.
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* Heavy with a fairly good reach.
* Heavy with a fairly good reach for Frieza's size.
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* Smash hit causes sliding knockdown.
* With 2H, Frieza can stagger his falling momentum or pop up higher while rising from a jump.
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* Sends the opponent full screen.
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* Hold or mash S to shoot all 3 Ki blasts.
* Third hit wallbounces.
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* Piercing projectiles, send the opponent full screen.
* Piercing Lv 1 projectile. Loses to super dash.
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* Third hit wall bounces.
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* [] is on Smash hit.
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* Smash on air-to-air. Causes sliding knockdown.
Similar to j.H, but Frieza advances forward. Useful for hopping over disks or catching opponents who are too high to finish with j.H.
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j.S > j.2H is an everywhere meterless skd. j.H > j.2H can also be used as a surprise double overhead.
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Fires a ki blast in a downward angle. The angle isn't really great, so the move is mostly used in air combos for comboing into j.2H for knockdowns.
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* Fires a ki blast in a downward angle.
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The angle isn't really great, is mostly used to combo into j.2H for knockdowns.
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==Specials==
 
==Specials==
 
 
====== <font style="visibility:hidden" size="0">Death Slash</font> ======
 
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The L version explodes the ground in front of Frieza. It's Friezas main way of safely ending blockstrings. Vanishing from 236L is a true blockstring, allowing you to continue pressure.
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* Explodes the ground in front of Frieza.
236L > Golden Frieza > SD lets you follow up for a short combo.
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Frieza's main way of safely ending blockstrings.
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{{AttackVersion|name=M}}
 
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The M version explodes the ground on the other half of the screen far from Frieza. Doesn't reach fullscreen. Can be used after a long-range 5H and 5S-series to tack on some additional damage either by itself, or can be vanished for even more damage. Is also a good way to end long-range blockstrings, or be annoying in neutral.
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* Explodes the ground on the other half of the screen. Doesn't reach fullscreen.
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Can be used after a long-range 5H or 5S to tack on some additional damage either by itself, or can be vanished for even more damage.
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The EX version does both the L and M version at the same time, and also hits fullscreen, making it a good way to catch people trying to do something anywhere on the screen. Both explosions can hit if spaced right.
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* 2 explosions that covers the entire screen.
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A good way to catch people trying to do ''anything''.
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* If you hit the opponent at point blank with this, they'll get locked inside the ball before it starts traveling.
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* Smash at point blank, the opponent will be locked inside the ball before it starts traveling, explodes once it touches the wall.
* [] is point blank damage.
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* Cancelling the move will cause the ball to explode early.
* Vanishing will cause the ball to explode immediately.
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Good as a combo ender before going into Supers.
* Good at the end of air combos for comboing into Death Ball super, and makes for easy assist extensions provided the assist goes fullscreen or Frieza is in the corner.
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* Frieza throws 2 discs forward that go full screen and then come back towards him after traveling off screen.
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* Throws 2 discs forward that comes back after traveling off screen.
* Each disc causes a soft knockdown going forward, but causes a sliding knockdown '''to the opponent''' on the way back.
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* Discs merely launch going forward, but cause a sliding knockdown to the opponent on the way back.
* The return trip discs can friendly fire and hit Frieza and his assists, which results in a soft knockdown. Note that friendly fire discs scale less and would deal more damage to Frieza than they do to the opponent (700+560 to foe and 700+630 to Frieza).
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* The return trip discs can friendly fire and hit Frieza and his assists. Friendly fire discs scale less and deal more damage to Frieza than they do to the opponent (700+560 to foe and 700+630 to Frieza).
* Can be crouched under, including by L+S Ki Charge.
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* Can be crouched under, including L+S Ki Charge.
* One of the game's few moves that does notable chip damage.
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* Disappear if Frieza's hit or tagged out, but not if he blocks.
* Can be comboed into by the use of certain assists — notably Android 21, SS Goku, Goku Black, SS Vegeta, Trunks and Tien.
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Frieza is always plus after using this in a blockstring, so it's a very strong blockstring ender.
* The slow startup and threat to Frieza himself mean that it's not a staple move in neutral, but if you can get it out it can be a good way to control the screen.
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|name=Warp Smash
 
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* Invulnerable from frames 6 to 18
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* Teleports a set distance forward, auto corrects. Can pull the opponent out of the corner.
* Can combo on air hit. Crosses up at starting range and against a cornered opponent. Is invulnerable during the warp segment (frames 6 to 18) which makes it possible to go through certain attacks. Can be cancelled by vanish for a full combo, though certain assist calls also enable meterless follow-ups.
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* Invulnerable from frames 4 to 19.
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* Ground bounces on airborne opponent. Keeps grounded opponent standing.
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==Assist==
 
==Assist==
 
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* The damage buff from Golden Install applies to his assist as well.
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* The damage buff from Golden Frieza applies to this assist as well.
Uses the M version. As is, it's mostly used as a combo extender for certain characters, and a tool to annoy people midscreen. In the corner it becomes an excellent pressure- and combo extender, however.
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* Hits slightly closer than the M version.
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Extremely annoying assist. Forces the opponent to respect you in neutral because of how huge its hitbox is.
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==Supers==
 
==Supers==
 
 
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* N is the number of hits the ball deals on the way down, which increases with the activation height.
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* Costs 1 Ki Gauge.
* The first part uses the current combo's scaling. Minimum damage can be 4*N (15%) or 3*N (10%).
 
* Minimum damage of the explosion is 750.
 
 
* L+M version throws towards the middle of the screen, H+S version throws towards the edge of the screen.
 
* L+M version throws towards the middle of the screen, H+S version throws towards the edge of the screen.
A useful level 1 super that does additional damage if done from big heights. Because of how slowly this move travels, some characters can be Z-changed into after firing the death ball, have their super hit before the death ball, and recover early enough to get an extension after the death ball, making it an excellent combo tool for certain teams.
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* Minimum damage: 4*N, 754.
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A useful level 1 super that does additional damage if done from big heights. Because of how slowly the ball travels, some characters can UHC and then get an extension afterward, usually in the form of air DR or j.H.
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* Minimum damage 1680.
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* Costs 3 Ki Gauges.
* Frame 1 invulnerability, lasts until 7 frames after touching the ground.
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* Minimum damage: 1680.
* Additional active frames based on altitude.
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High damaging level 3. Is only one hit, which means an opponent in Sparking won't get any regeneration done during the animation, making it an excellent combo ender.
Very damaging level 3. Is only a single hit, which means an opponent in sparking blast won't get any regeneration done during the animation, unlike a lot of other level 3s, making it an excellent combo ender. Also provides a hard knockdown. The position Frieza is in after the level 3 connects puts him in a very good spot to get extra pressure, especially in the corner. It's very easy for the opponent to get caught by a 2M as they don't expect to get up like a hard knockdown, and you can go for a Dragon Rush if you want to read them blocking your follow up. This alone makes it very useful as an ender, and while it isn't groundbreaking for Frieza, it makes it much easier for him to convert into kills if he lands the level 3.
 
  
 
Can also be used as a reversal, though it has a tendency to go straight over the opponent in this case so this is generally not recommended.
 
Can also be used as a reversal, though it has a tendency to go straight over the opponent in this case so this is generally not recommended.
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* Costs 3 Ki Gauges.
 
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* Invulnerable during active frames.
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* Minimum damage is 192*10.
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Somewhat weak for a level 3 but has quick startup and as such is a decent wakeup option to make up for this. However it is extremely punishable on block so take caution when using it. The hitbox itself isn't amazing as well, and therefore this isn't really the best wakeup option Frieza has. Useful every once in a blue moon to catch an opponent off guard, but not really worth using frequently as he has his other level 3 for a proper wakeup super and Golden Frieza is able to tank attacks on its startup which makes even that better as a wakeup option.
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* Costs 3 Ki Gauges.
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* Raw startup is long, but autoguards and recovers instantly after the super flash.
 
* Raw startup is long, but autoguards and recovers instantly after the super flash.
 
* Startup during combos is fast, so you can go Golden Frieza mid-combo.
 
* Startup during combos is fast, so you can go Golden Frieza mid-combo.
* Gains a 20% damage buff for the duration.
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* Has access to reverse beats on both ground and air normals while in Golden state.
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* Increased movement speed.
 
* Gains access to a second air dash.
 
* Can only be done once per match.
 
* Last about 21 seconds while standing still (about 23 seconds for specials, 30 seconds for normals, 25 seconds for supers).
 
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Latest revision as of 13:17, 10 October 2019

Frieza
DBFZ Frieza Portrait.png

Health: 10,000

Prejump: 4F

Assist Cooldown:


Movement Options
Double Jump, Super Jump, 1 Air Dash (2 in Golden form), Dash Type: Run
Play-style
Zoning
Team Role
Point

Overview[edit]

Frieza is a vicious galactic tyrant who rules over many planets with an iron fist after inheriting part of his father (King Cold)'s empire. Personally responsible for driving the Saiyan race to the brink of extinction, Frieza would be defeated by Goku, one of the very Saiyans he loathed. He would later be killed by Trunks, a half-Saiyan youth from the future. Unfortunately, death would not keep Frieza for long, as his henchmen would wish him back to life with the Dragon Balls. With a new lease on life, Frieza would train in order to carry out his revenge against Goku and his friends.

In Dragon Ball FighterZ, Frieza is a strong zoning character who can push opponents away from him before attacking them with strong projectile attacks. Beware when he assumes his Golden Frieza form, for this power-up increases the lethality of his specials and supers, as well as granting him the ability to reverse beat.

Strengths/Weaknesses[edit]

Strengths Weaknesses
  • Exceptional space control with long range (sometimes full-screen) normals and specials.
  • Solid offensive options with good lows and a command cross-up in 22S.
  • Very easy to extend combos with assists after 236S.
  • 236L+M brings the opponent to the ground and lasts long, allowing most of the cast to get double supers from any height.
  • Golden Frieza with Sparking Blast is likely the most terrifying comeback machine in the game. His brand new mechanics for Golden Frieza make him even more terrifying, giving him access to reverse beat which makes his combos and blockstrings much more threatening.
  • Subpar solo combo damage, unless paired with the right assist or in Golden form
  • Unconventional 2H, leaves an anti-air blind spot above his head
  • Situational assist that whiffs up close outside of the corner.
  • Is a "zoner" in a game that favors rushdown and non-zoner playstyles.



Normals[edit]

5L[edit]
5L
DBFZ Frieza 5L.png
DBFZ Frieza 5LL.png
DBFZ Frieza 5LLL.png
"HOHOHOHO"
Version Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
5L 400 All - 6 3 13 -4
  • Standard 5L.
5LL 700 All - 10 4 16 -6
  • Standard 5LL.
5LLL 400 / 0,1000 All U3+ 13 3 23 -5
  • Tracks fullscreen.
  • At very close range, the explosion sends them outward. Otherwise, it sends them inward.

Often useful after a vanish extension.


5M[edit]
5M
DBFZ Frieza 5M.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
700 All - 13 5 17 -6
  • Deceptively good range.

Hops over a few lows, and is very useful in both combos and blockstrings.


5H[edit]
5H
DBFZ Frieza 5H.png
"Filthy monkey, meet General Mountain!"
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
150, 100*8 All U1 13 - 46 (from first active frame) -12
  • Smash on the first hit, wall bounces.
  • The rocks themselves keep grounded opponent standing, can't be Super Dashed through, and disappear on Vanish.

Good for controlling ground space.

Despite the rocks being nullified by Broly's Powered Shell, the initial smash hit will break through it.


5S[edit]
5S
DBFZ Frieza 5S.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
300*6 All - 11 2 [(11)1*6] 25 -
  • Hold or mash S to shoot all 6 Ki blasts.
  • Sixth hit launches and wall bounces.

Can be followed up with 236M > Vanish.


2L[edit]
2L
DBFZ Frieza 2L.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
400 Low - 7 3 13 -4
  • Low-hitting 2L. Not the best range, but quite useful as it's a low.


2M[edit]
2M
DBFZ Frieza 2M.png
DBFZ Frieza 2M-2.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
600*2 Low - 10 4(10)4 14 -2
  • Frieza's main low normal.


2H[edit]
2H
DBFZ Frieza 2H.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
850 All - 17 3 31 -19
  • Can't be super dashed through.

A quite unconventional 2H, as it has massive horizontal range but lacks coverage above Frieza’s head.


2S[edit]
2S
DBFZ Frieza 2S.png
THOT VAPORIZER!
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
700 All - 15 1 24 -
  • 1S shoots almost horizontally, 2S shoots at a 30 degree angle, 3S shoots at a 60 degree angle.

Good range and covers some useful anti-air angles, but it can unfortunately be super dashed through so it's not great at that job.

Mostly a combo filler.


6M[edit]
6M
DBFZ Frieza 6M.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
850 High - 24 6 10 0
  • Universal overhead.


j.L[edit]
j.L
DBFZ Frieza jL.png
Comrade Zangief, you have made your country proud.
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
400 High - 7 4 - -
  • Hits at a downward angle, useful for IAD-pressure.


j.M[edit]
j.M
DBFZ Frieza jM.png
DBFZ Frieza jM-2.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
600*2 High - 7 2(7)3 - -
  • Second hit has much longer range.
  • Great air-to-air normal.


j.H[edit]
j.H
DBFZ Frieza jH.png
Version Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
5LLLLLLL 850 / 1000 High D2+ 13 5 - -
j.H 850 / 1000 High D1+ 13 5 - -
  • Heavy with a fairly good reach.
  • Smash hit causes sliding knockdown.


j.S[edit]
j.S
DBFZ Frieza jS.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
500*3 All - 15 6 - -
  • Hold or mash S to shoot all 3 Ki blasts.
  • Piercing projectiles, send the opponent full screen.
  • Third hit wall bounces.


j.2H[edit]
j.2H
DBFZ Frieza j2H.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
850 / 1000 All D1 18 5 - -
  • Smash on air-to-air. Causes sliding knockdown.

j.S > j.2H is an everywhere meterless skd. j.H > j.2H can also be used as a surprise double overhead.


j.2S[edit]
j.2S
DBFZ Frieza j2S.png
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
600 All - 14 - - -
  • Fires a ki blast in a downward angle.

The angle isn't really great, is mostly used to combo into j.2H for knockdowns.


Specials[edit]

Death Slash[edit]
Death Slash
236L/M/H
DBFZ Frieza DeathSlash.png
'"SCREW THIS AREA IN PARTICULAR"'
Version Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
L 1100 All - 14 5 26 -4
  • Explodes the ground in front of Frieza.

Frieza's main way of safely ending blockstrings.

M 1100 All - 18 5 30 -9
  • Explodes the ground on the other half of the screen. Doesn't reach fullscreen.

Can be used after a long-range 5H or 5S to tack on some additional damage either by itself, or can be vanished for even more damage.

H 1000*2 All - 14 9 20 -5
  • 2 explosions that covers the entire screen.

A good way to catch people trying to do anything.


You might not survive this time[edit]
You might not survive this time
236S (Air OK)
DBFZ Frieza YouMightNotSurviveThisTime.png
"Gotcha~!"
Version Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 300,300*4 / 0,400,850 All U2 13 - - -20
Air 300,300*4 / 0,400,850 All U2 13 - - -
  • Smash at point blank, the opponent will be locked inside the ball before it starts traveling, explodes once it touches the wall.
  • Cancelling the move will cause the ball to explode early.

Good as a combo ender before going into Supers.


Death Saucer[edit]
Death Saucer
214S
DBFZ Frieza DeathSaucer.png
"HEY, MONKEY! YOU FORGOT YOUR PIZZAS!"
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
700*2, 700*2 All - 33 - - +2
  • Throws 2 discs forward that comes back after traveling off screen.
  • Discs merely launch going forward, but cause a sliding knockdown to the opponent on the way back.
  • The return trip discs can friendly fire and hit Frieza and his assists. Friendly fire discs scale less and deal more damage to Frieza than they do to the opponent (700+560 to foe and 700+630 to Frieza).
  • Can be crouched under, including L+S Ki Charge.
  • Disappear if Frieza's hit or tagged out, but not if he blocks.

Frieza is always plus after using this in a blockstring, so it's a very strong blockstring ender.


Warp Smash[edit]
Warp Smash
22S
DBFZ Frieza WarpSmash.png
"SURPRISE, B*TCH!"
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
900 All - 34 5 31 -3
  • Teleports a set distance forward, auto corrects. Can pull the opponent out of the corner.
  • Invulnerable from frames 4 to 19.
  • Ground bounces on airborne opponent. Keeps grounded opponent standing.


Assist[edit]

Death Slash
A1/A2
DBFZ Frieza AssistDeathSlash.png
KABOOM
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
800 All - 24 5 58 -
  • The damage buff from Golden Frieza applies to this assist as well.
  • Hits slightly closer than the M version.

Extremely annoying assist. Forces the opponent to respect you in neutral because of how huge its hitbox is.


Supers[edit]

Death Ball[edit]
Death Ball
236L+M or 236H+S (Air OK)
DBFZ Frieza DeathBall.png
"I'll reduce you and this entire planet to dust!"
DBFZ Frieza DeathBall-2.png
""DIEEEE!"
Version Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 20*N, 2600 All UDV 8+4 - - -
Air 20*N, 2600 All UDV 7+4 - - -
  • Costs 1 Ki Gauge.
  • L+M version throws towards the middle of the screen, H+S version throws towards the edge of the screen.
  • Minimum damage: 4*N, 754.

A useful level 1 super that does additional damage if done from big heights. Because of how slowly the ball travels, some characters can UHC and then get an extension afterward, usually in the form of air DR or j.H.


Nova Strike[edit]
Nova Strike
214L+M (Air OK)
DBFZ Frieza NovaStrike.png
"I'll shut you up for good!"
DBFZ Frieza NovaStrike-2.png
"EEEEYAAAAAAAAAA!!!"
Version Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 4200 High UDV 11+1 - - -
Air 4200 High UDV 11+1 Until Landing - -
  • Costs 3 Ki Gauges.
  • Minimum damage: 1680.

High damaging level 3. Is only one hit, which means an opponent in Sparking won't get any regeneration done during the animation, making it an excellent combo ender.

Can also be used as a reversal, though it has a tendency to go straight over the opponent in this case so this is generally not recommended.


You must die by my hand![edit]
You must die by my hand!
Hold down H+S while knocked down
DBFZ Frieza YouMustDieByMyHand.png
HAHAHA YES, THE ULTIMATE WAKEUP TOOL
DBFZ Frieza YouMustDieByMyHand-2.png
THEY'LL NEVER SEE IT COMING
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
480*10 All UDV 39+2 45 - -
  • Costs 3 Ki Gauges.
  • Minimum damage: 192*10.
  • Only invulnerable during active frames.

Not a good wakeup option compares to the 2 other Lv3s he has. However, the insanely high minimum damage means it's the best combo ender, used after getting hit by his own Death Saucer.


Golden Frieza[edit]
Golden Frieza
214H+S
DBFZ Frieza GoldenFrieza.png
"This may sound cheap, but I call this form Golden Frieza."
*RIDE THE FIRE blaring in the distance*
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
- - - 34+0 - - -
  • Costs 3 Ki Gauges. Can only be done once per match.
  • During Golden Frieza, gains a 20% damage buff, a second air dash, access to full reverse beat, and increased movement speed.
  • Lasts about 21 seconds when he's the point character, won't deactivate until he returns to neutral ground stance, timer is paused when he's tagged out.
  • Raw startup is long, but autoguards and recovers instantly after the super flash.
  • Startup during combos is fast, so you can go Golden Frieza mid-combo.
  • Has ~1 second of Ki gain cooldown.


Sorbet's Ray Gun[edit]
Sorbet's Ray Gun
S when Golden Frieza ends
DBFZ Frieza SorbetsRayGun.png
"L-lord Frieza!"
Damage Guard Smash Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
1200 All UDV 8+0 - - -
  • Costs 1 Ki Gauge.
  • Minimum damage: 600.
  • Has some invulnerability and hits opponent during timestop.
  • Crumples grounded opponent, wall bounces and causes a sliding knockdown on airborne.

Does hit off sliding knockdowns but since the shot is small and goes quite high up, it requires strict timings.


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