GGXRD-R2/Answer/Combos

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Combo Notation Guide Character Name Abbreviations
7 GG7.png 8 GG8.png 9 GG9.png
4 GG4.png 5 GG5.png 6 GG6.png
1 GG1.png 2 GG2.png 3 GG3.png
Numbers represent direction on a keyboard numpad. For example GG236.png+GGD.png becomes 236D.
> = Proceed from the previous move to the following move.
, = Link the previous move into the following move.
-> = Cancel the previous special into a follow-up special.
= After landing.
j = Jump
hj or sj = High Jump or Super Jump
IAD = Instant Air Dash
CH = Counter Hit
MC = Mortal Counter
JC = Jump Cancel
HJC or SJC = High Jump Cancel or Super Jump Cancel
JI = Jump Install
RC = Roman Cancel
RRC = Red Roman Cancel
YRC = Yellow Roman Cancel
PRC = Purple Roman Cancel
IK = Instant Kill
[X] = Hold input.
-X- = Release input
]X[ = Alternate release input.
(X) = X is optional.
(N) = Attack must deal N amount of hits.
[???] xN = Repeat ??? N amount of times.
[X] or [Y] = Perform series of actions X or Y.
214X = Savvy Ninpo: Request for Approval (scroll set)
22P = Savvy Ninpo: Data Logging (Counter)
46P = Resshou
AN = Answer
AX = Axl
BA = Baiken
BE = Bedman
CH = Chipp
DI = Dizzy
EL = Elphelt
FA = Faust
IN = I-No
JA = Jam
JC = Jack-O
JO = Johnny
KU = Haehyun
KY = Ky
LE = Leo
MA = May
MI = Millia
PO = Potemkin
RA = Ramlethal
RV = Raven
SI = Sin
SL = Slayer
SO = Sol
VE = Venom
ZT = Zato

Combo List[edit]

  • All damage values are damage dealt to Sol unless the combo cannot work on him, in which case the character with the closest defense modifier is used.
  • Entries listed in (arkKhaki) are either optional or situational.
  • Damage values listed for combos with optional combo parts assume the highest damage variation unless otherwise stated.

Standard Combos[edit]

Ground Combos
Combo Position Damage Tension Gain Works on Difficulty Notes Video Example
2K > c.S(1) > f.S > 2D > (214X) any 51 all Easy Knockdown into scroll set. Provided by Cuack
2K > 2S > 5H > 46P or 236H or (214X) any 51-70 all Easy Poke into either pressure or setup. Provided by Cuack
2P/2K > 6P > f.S > 2D any all Easy 6P acts as a confirm into 6K if they are standing otherwise go for knockdown. Provided by Cuack
f.S > 5H > 421H/S > dash 6K > 214P > j.KH > 9sD -> sH/K any all Medium Confirm into 6K from card. Can only be done when card is under opponent. Careful against lightweights the height makes it more strict. Provided by Cuack
c.S(3) > 2H > sjIAD jP > jS(1) > jH > c.S(1) > 2D any Tall Characters Hope you like carpel tunnel Basic sjIAD combo. You have to be right on them for it to properly combo. Plenty of routes to go into. Provided by Coack
2K > 2S > 5H > 22P Cling > s6D~sK whiff > 6K > 214P > jKH > 9sD -> sHK any 112 all Hard Use this when K Scrolls are active. Can’t connect unless it’s near and using 22P cling instead of jump. Provided by Coack
f.S > 5H > 46P > RRC > dash 2H > 6K > 214P > j.KH Cling > 9sD -> whiff sK ▷ sj.KH cling > 9s9D -> H/K any all Medium You need to RC the 46P the moment it hits the opponent. This is the basic idea behind answers RRC usage Provided by Coack


6K Confirms
Combo Position Damage Tension Gain Works on Difficulty Notes Video Example
c.S(1) > 2H > 6K > 214P > j.KH > cling 9sD -> H/K any all Medium Simplest 6K confirm. Make sure to hold 8 during the j.KH so as to not cling to early. sK is your best knockdown so use it when sH can't connect. Provided by Joey Reads
2K > c.S(1) > 2H > 6K > 214P > j.KH cling > 6sD > cling 9sD -> sH/K any all Medium 2K is a low so allows for a high low mixup in certain situations Provided by Joey Reads
c.S(1) > 2H > 6K > 214P > j.KH cling > 9sD > whiff sK ▷ 9sj.KH cling > 9sD -> H/K any all Medium Whiff sK route. Most damage but you lose the extra scroll for oki Provided by Joey Reads
2K > c.S(2) > 6K > 214P > j.KD cling > 9sD -> sH cling > 3sD mdiscreen all but JO, PO Hard A strong setup into a safejump or mixup depending on how it lands. Provided by Beni

Throw Combos[edit]

Combo Position Damage Tension Gain Works on Difficulty Notes
throw > RRC > cS(1) > 6K > 214P any all
air throw > RRC > 214P > cS > 2H > jH > s6D > s8D~K any all You need to delay the RC to get the bounce for the combo

Anti Air Combos[edit]

Combo Position Damage Tension Gain Works on Difficulty Notes Video Examples
5K > j.KS > dj.KSH any all Easy Answer's "Ladder" combo. If you cant connect into a 6K this is what you get. Doesn't lead into knockdown without ending with 632146S Provided by Joey Reads
6P > 6K > 214P > j.kH cling > 9sD -> sK any all Medium Your main way to link into 6K from an Anti Air. Remember only works at certain heights so sometimes you should take a ladder combo instead. Provided by Joey Reads
6P > 5H > jcKS > dj.KSH any all Easy For when 6K wont connect you should go for 5H into ladder. Provided by Joey Reads

2D Combos[edit]

Combo Position Damage Tension Gain Works on Difficulty Notes
XXX any all

5D Combos[edit]

Combo Position Damage Tension Gain Works on Difficulty Notes
5D8 > j.D > j.D > j.KS(3) > Jump > j.KS(3) > j.D any all
5D6 > 5H > 5H > 5H > 214P > cS(3) > 2D > 214K any all

Combo Theory[edit]

Grounded Combo Starters[edit]

Standing Opponents[edit]
Your basic goal as Answer is to always try to go into a 6K launcher. On standing all you have to do is gatling into 6K from c.S, 2H, or 6P. After this you can choose what 6K route you'd like to take. Take care to note the height and weight of the opponent. In general it is Harder for Answer to combo lightweights due to his 6K launching them higher into the air. Heavy weights on the other hand can be easier and usually instead of a j.KH link into sD you will tend to go for 5H jcH as it does more damage. Without scrolls your combo routes are limited and should be prioritizing a knockdown or setup through 214P or 236S/H.

Video Examples[edit]

Basic Combo Demonstrations

6K 6P Scroll BNBs

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