I-No (GGXRD)

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I-No
GGXRD I-No Portrait.png

Defense Modifier: x1.06

Guts Rating: 1

Stun Resistance: 55

Jump Startup: 3F

Backdash Time: 16F

Backdash Invincibility: 1-8F

Movement Options
  • Double Jump
  • 1 Airdash
  • Ground Hoverdash (Dashing puts I-No in the air)
  • Hoverdash -> Airdash (6696)
  • Hoverdash -> Vertical dash (663)
Full Frame Data
I-No_Frame_Data_(GGXRD)

Overview[edit]

Badass, cruel and sexy. The time traveling rockstar witch who seeks violence and the embarrassment of others. Serving "That Man", she continues to encounter with the likes of Sol Badguy, whos wants "That Man" 6 feet under. Her calm nature change when its come to getting on her nerves like Axl Low. But, she is a force to be reckoned with and she will any who gets in her way.

Strengths
  • Powerful high/low mix-up options with her unique hover dash
  • Powerful high/low mix-up and cross-up options with the j.D FDC technique
  • Oppressive okizemi tools with the Note projectile and YRC'd Vertical Chemical Love
  • Reversal Super that's safe on block
  • Powerful Air Super that's frame 0 after the super flash and has enough frame advantage to follow with a mixup if blocked
  • High maximum damage when in the corner and spending meter
  • High air-throw range and has an anti-air command throw


Weaknesses
  • Below-average defense
  • Limited uses for her normal moves outside of close to mid-range situations; cannot truly counter poke
  • Her unique ground dash may bring up difficulties in escaping some situations in certain matchups
  • Situational anti air (5p, j.p, 6p, 6hs, VCL; depending on context)
  • Reversal Super goes active 2 frames after the flash so it is easy to bait and possible to punish on reaction
  • Has to make precise reads to use her tools effectively


Notable Changes from GGAC (+R)[edit]

Movement Options[edit]

  • Lost double airdash buff from +R
  • New dash option: Hoverdash -> Vertical Dash. I-no can now launch herself vertical after a ground hoverdash ala Morrigan from Vampire Savior (Darkstalkers). Input is 663.
  • I-no now has auto jump-install status on both versions of Chemical Love.
  • j.D FDC (j.D~4K+S) now possible without having landing recovery frames affect I-no; New mixup possibilities with this.

Normal Moves[edit]

  • 2S no longer hits low.
  • f.S no longer launches; hits once. Reduced active frames, increased recovery frames, no longer has a forced proration.
  • 2H/5H/2D hitboxes have reduced range.
  • 6H hits twice; special cancelable.
  • All normals can be dash cancelled late in their animation/recovery frames. 6H can only be dash canceled when the first hit makes contact with an opponent.
  • Air Throw: No longer wall bounces, so meterless combos impossible unless thrown into a traveling note projectile. Knockdown.

Special Moves[edit]

  • Anti-Depressant Scale [214+P]: H Note gone; speed reduced back to Slash properties. Note now moves faster when used from the air than when used on the ground.
  • Stroke the Big Tree [41236+S/H]: S version staggers on hit and counter hit, H version knocks down but can be comboed off of with a Counter Hit; possible to combo after CH, or if comboed from a 6P juggle.
  • Chemical Love [214+K/S]: Horizontal version hitbox length reduced, also no longer hits below I-No's body or behind her. Vertical version landing recovery reduced. Input for both versions now 214+K/S. After successful HCL hit, now possible to follow up with VCL for a knockdown anywhere on screen. Both HCL and VCL take an extra frame to go airborne, so no longer a ghetto reversal tool.
  • Sultry Performance [j.236+P/K/S/H]: K & S versions now both cause knockdown on hit; S version causes wall bounce for corner combo possibilities but now scales RISC by 19; K & S versions damage nerfed to 30 and have additional prorates. H version speed increased, less recovery on block. P version has increased untech time making it easy to use for knockdown.
  • New Move: Shoudoku Method [214+H]- Command grab that can be performed grounded or mid-air. I-no will launch herself upwards a bit and choke opponent with her guitar string whilst flipping backwards. Resets all air movement options so can be comboed out of; can be performed during an airdash as well to catch teching opponents. Can grab burst startup. Cannot YRC the grounded version after active (will be PRC), but can YRC the air version after active.

Move List[edit]

Normal Moves[edit]

5P[edit]
5P
GGXRD Ino 5P.png
Fast poke, can be crouched under but good for Anti-Air
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
12 Mid CSJ YRP 4 4 6 ±0

You can use this to AA when someone starts their jump in from further up to try to beat our awesome 6P. This is used in combos when c.S (frame 6) is too slow to catch someone or wont activate (f.S range) and 5K is too slow. Also good to use before a c.S in combos when baiting a burst.

5K[edit]
5K
GGXRD Ino 5K.png
Kickin' your can all over the place
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
20 Mid SJ YRP 7 7 12 -7

You can poke with this, but the hitbox isn't great. In older GGs this was used as a linker in HCL FRC dash combos, as well as in pressure to set up mixup with TK Dive and 2S. With 2S not hitting low, 2D not leading to very much without spending meter, and TK dive not being a starter anymore, you'll have to learn j.D FDC to make use of mixup out of this move. However, once learned your mixup options improve dramatically. Should also be used from time to time in block strings to avoid being too predictable

c.S[edit]
c.S
GGXRD Ino c.S.png
Great combo tool
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
34 Mid SJ YRP 6 2 12 ±0

Combo tool, used in some pressure strings because it's jump cancelable. You'll wish it activated from further away instead of f.S.

f.S[edit]
f.S
GGXRD Ino f.S.png
Dash canceling this might be useful?
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
28 Mid S YRP 13 5 19 -9

Still investigating proper uses. In most cases where you would combo into this, you can substitute 5H for more damage. Almost seems useless now that it has been reverted from the AC/+R function of being really slow to start up but really active and good for covering space, with significantly less recovery.

5H[edit]
5H
GGXRD Ino 5H.png
Do damage with this
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
38 Mid SJ YRP 13 4 18 -3

Good hitbox, though it seems smaller than AC/+R. When spaced right, if you've conditioned the opponent to attack low to try to beat STBT, you can tag them with this for a counter hit. Otherwise, this is a staple combo tool

2P[edit]
2P
GGXRD Ino 2P.png
Blow him a kiss and you're mad
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
10 Mid CS YRP 5 2 5 3

It's now +3 on block, up from +2. Used in tick throws, used in frame traps. You can gatling 2P > 2H to leave a 1-frame gap, and if they don't get counter hit 2H is another frame trap. Gatling 2P > 5H from further away will leave a bigger gap, and you can also just let it recover fully for conventional frame traps with 2K, 6P, and other moves. Prorates 80% on hit.

2K[edit]
2K
GGXRD Ino 2K.png
Low combo starter
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
15 Low S YRP 5 2 8 ±0

A staple low combo starter. Prorates 75%. Low profiles and can dodge under moves like Bandit Bringer.

2S[edit]
2S
GGXRD Ino 2S.png
Long range poke
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
28 Mid S YRP 9 2 17 -5

No longer hits low. Long range poke that you can usually combo into HCL for knockdown. Lots of recovery so take care when using it.

2H[edit]
2H
GGXRD Ino 2H.png
She really should treat her guitar better
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
35 Mid S YRP 11 2 11 6

Used to frame trap since it's +6 on block. Also has a good hitbox that you can use to fish for counter hits. I-No is low to the ground during this move so you can sometimes crouch under stuff. Now prorates 80% and seems to have a smaller hitbox than before.

j.P[edit]
j.P
GGXRD Ino j.P.png
Air to air with range and speed
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
18 High / Air CS YRP 5 5 12 -

Good when you need to jump at someone with a poke, or want to OS your air throw with your lowest recovery air normal. Combos into j.H on counter hit. Also used at the end of IAD pressure strings when you want to land into 5P or 2K, or mix up with j.D, or frame trap with delayed VCL YRC.

j.K[edit]
j.K
GGXRD Ino j.K.png
How does she hold it without a strap? Magnets.
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
13 High / Air S YRP 5 12 18 -

5 frame overhead that's used out of a hover dash for mixup. Has a good hitbox for such a fast move, given that I-No's hitboxes aren't great. Prorates 90%.

j.S[edit]
j.S
GGXRD Ino j.S.png
Starter that leads to damage
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
23 High / Air SJ YRP 8 6 23 -

Works as an air to air, works as an air to ground. Overhead with no proration that leads to big damage in the corner. Will lose out to most things, so try to stay covered by a note or HCL YRC.

j.H[edit]
j.H
GGXRD Ino j.H.png
Pete Townshend's favorite attack.
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
35 High / Air S YRP 12 6 Until Landing -

I-No sticks her leg down somewhat, so you can sometimes use this to land earlier than normal. In AC/+R you could j.H right out of the start of a hover dash to land immediately for very strong j.K/2K mixup, but with I-No's dash in Xrd you have to stop dashing and start to fall for a few frames. You can also go into j.H in airdash pressure to land early for 2K/throw mixup. Besides this, j.H does great damage and has a lot of range. It can work as an air to ground when spaced correctly.

j.D[edit]
j.D
GGXRD Ino j.D.png
Spread on Time
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
40 High / Air SJ YRP 16 5 20 / 9 After Landing -

An overhead that alters I-No's air momentum; she'll fall when rising, and float when falling. Used at the end of air block strings before landing for mixup. Can jump cancel for combos or continued block pressure. 16 frames of startup means that any air string you use will leave a gap, so don't get predictable with this mixup your you'll get counter hit. Prorates 80%, but hits pretty hard itself and sets up meterless combos nicely when going into delayed VCL.


Can be faultless defense canceled on startup for the altered momentum effect. This is difficult to do if you have a Burst stocked, but you can jump cancel moves like 5K, c.S, j.S, and even j.D into j.D, then Faultless defense cancel to stay low to the ground for near-instant overheads, or to land and immediately attack low with 2K while they're reacting to your jump. You can also delay the j.D FDC slightly to jump over the opponent for a cross up. In Xrd, j.D FDC removes j.D's 9 frames of landing recovery, so go nuts.

6P[edit]
6P
GGXRD Ino 6P.png
Disrespect people's pokes and jump-ins with this
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
32 Mid S YRP 9 3 21 -10

Improved to 1-11 frames invul above the knees. Damage buffed by a few points. Prorate is no longer forced. It's a good anti-air tool, a good ground-to-ground poke, and a staple launcher for combos. Just try not to whiff because it has a lot of recovery frames, and be aware that other players may try to sweep under this move if they know you'll use it. Knocks down on ground hit if you don't combo it into anything.

6H[edit]
6H
GGXRD Ino 6H.png
High risk, low reward
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
20,45 Mid S YRP 5 4(12)8 17 -6

The first hit prorates 80%, but the second doesn't. Now causes blow back, and you can't dash cancel this move unless the first hit connects, though you can special cancel it. Really limits I-No's options when using the second hit to fish for an AA Counter Hit. It used to lead to meterless damage and corner push, which was great considering the risk when using this move. Now you push them out too far to get oki, and don't really get a combo. However, this move is still great when attempting to throw as the AA hitbox will catch people who jump away, and now that you can special cancel on block you have options if it's blocked on the ground. Also works in corner combos when you're going to optimize for damage and end with HCL ~ D knockdown.

2D[edit]
2D
GGXRD Ino 2D.png
Knock people down > use oki mixup
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
26 Low S YRP 11 3 18 -7

Has significantly less range than before, which means it's really difficult to knock down from about max 5K range (with f.S and 2S having more range than that). Knocks down, but floats a little bit on hit, which is used in some HCL setups.

5D[edit]
5D
GGXRD Ino 5D.png
Use this like a zoning tool
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
25 High - YRP 26 12 9 -7

A little faster than +R, though still slower than AC, and has more recovery. Also has a prorate on top of scaling RISC really hard. It's a grounded overhead, so that's a thing. The horizontal range isn't bad, but we have better high/low options. You can try to catch people running in under a note or something - in a situation like that, most players are likely to crouch block and get tagged by this. Otherwise, throw it in from time to time in the corner when you're at a distance. Worthless on air hit, so be cautious given the risk of using it. Very active, so you could meaty it on oki for shenanigans and use the unexpected frame advantage to score a counter hit. A universal 5D gimmick is to YRC late into startup and hit low or throw.


Universal Mechanics[edit]

Ground Throw[edit]
Ground Throw
GGXRD Ino GroundThrow.png
Tie your mother down
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
0,60 Ground Throw: 78750 - R 1 - - 54

It's a throw. Throw people from time to time because I-No likes the physical contact. It costs more meter to combo off of now, but the prorate is improved. In the corner you can do 160+ damage now! Otherwise, it's great because it causes knockdown, so you can mix them up again.

Air Throw[edit]
Air Throw
GGXRD Ino AirThrow.png
It has range again! RANGE THAT TIES POTEMKIN'S AIR THROW
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
0,60 Air Throw: 201250 - R 1 - - -

Instant air throw that doesn't combo anymore. But it's instant and has good range. Causes knockdown so you can oki, throws them toward the corner.

Dead Angle Attack[edit]
Dead Angle Attack
GGXRD Ino 6P.png
Don't ****ING touch me!
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
25 All - - 11 3 25 -14

Costs 50% meter, prorates meter gain, shoves people off of you, can be used while blocking. Try not to let players sweep under this or block this. Also try not to forget this option exists just because we have good supers and there's this new Blitz Shield kid on the block that you can reversal with. Back in my day we blocked oki mixup and used Alpha Counters like real Scotsman!


Special Moves[edit]

Antidepressant Scale[edit]
Antidepressant Scale
214P (air OK)
GGXRD Ino AntidepressantScale.png
Do a mixup then a combo ending in knockdown then a note then do it again
Version Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 12×n All - YRP 18 Until Corner Total 50 -12
Air 12×n All - YRP 15 Until Corner Until Landing -

Shoot notes at range to try to force the other player to block so you can get in. Also shoot notes on oki to try to scare the other player into blocking so you can run a mixup. You can control the note with up/down inputs to determine it's vertical position on the screen. Gains extra hits the longer it's on screen, up to a max of 5. Slightly builds RISC in this game. Sometimes you'll want to end combos with Pdive for knockdown to push yourself out far enough for note to hit 3 times on oki, which is enough time to get back in, and also helps your combo damage if your mixup is successful. If you knock the other player down with HLC ~ D, you wont have enough time to force them to block with note. In such a situation you'll have to use another oki method, like VCL YRC.

Stroke the Big Tree[edit]
Stroke the Big Tree
41236S/H
GGXRD Ino StrokeTheBigTree.png
Version Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
S 40 Low - YRP 20 2 17 ±0
H 40 Low - YRP 28 2 14 3

S version staggers on ground hit and can be escaped easily. If they don't mash out of stagger fast enough though, you can use this opportunity to knock down or attempt a reset. On Counter Hit there's enough stun to usually link into something and guarantee knockdown, however, it's still possible to shake out faster than I-No can link certain follow ups. Used to lead to big meterless damage on CH, so this is a big nerf. If you're deep in the corner when you get a CH with this, you can 6P > 5H > IAD combo for unprorated damage, but if you're too far away with STBT-S gets a counter hit you'll still only get knockdown.

H version knocks down on ground hit and is +3 on block. On counter hit some characters might be vulnerable to a little extra damage and corner push at mid screen, and you can set up full combos in the corner. It's a very risky move to use given the start up time, but you can low profile under a lot of moves with it, and now that you can YRC at any time you can bait all sorts of stuff. STBT YRC into mixup is an effective tool, and the time slow allows you to chase people who jump in fear of throws with an air throw.

Sultry Performance[edit]
Sultry Performance
j.236P/K/S/H
GGXRD Ino SultryPerformance.png
Version Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
P 30 High / Air - YRP 14[67] Until Landing 15 -
K 30 High / Air - YRP 13[66] Until Landing 12 -
S 30 High / Air - YRP 13[66] Until Landing 14 -
H 20×3 or 5 All - YRP 10[63] 32(3 Hit) 10 After Landing -

Pdive - Travels at a 15 degree angle. Combo tool with plenty of untech time. Can be canceled into an airdash or into specific special moves (more dives or note) after frame 9. If it hits low enough I-No will land and can link into 5H.

Kdive - Travels at a 30 degree angle. Knocks down with plenty of untech time. Prorates 85%. Hit's overhead but can't be used as a starter even with RC when it's a ground hit. Damage nerfed to 30 from 35.

Sdive - Travels at a 45 degree angle. Knocks down, but wallbounces in the corner. Scales RISC by 19 points, prorates by 70%, and can't be used as a starter on a ground hit outside of the corner even with RC. Given the proration and harsh scaling, it's not recommended to RC on air hit for a combo anyway, unless it'll kill. Damage was reduced from 40 to 30. Probably I-No's most nerfed move.

Hdive - Travels horizontally along the screen. Low damage, but multi hit. Can be used in character specific combos that emphasize meter gain over damage. Also has a use in neutral when you want to take a big risk from just the right distance away. If you catch them off guard and hit them, you get a combo. If they react too slow to AA you and block, you're safe if you spaced it just right. Only with the HS version can you charge for a maximum of 5 hits.

Chemical Love[edit]
Chemical Love
214K (air OK)~214S (Derivative follow-up)
GGXRD Ino ChemicalLoveK.png
Dynamite with a laser beam
GGXRD Ino ChemicalLoveK2.png
Follow-Up.
Version Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 35 All - YRP 11 10 13+8 After Landing 3
Air 35 All - YRP 11 10 12 After Landing -
Followup
214S
25 All - YRP 13 - 9 After Landing -

Reaches about 2/3 distance across the screen when the camera isn't fully backed out. Range seems worse than AC/+R, but it's still pretty good. The hitbox takes longer to come out starting around max f.S range which can cause some combos with 2S to drop (you'll lose the knockdown from HCL). More untech time, so it's useable in some combos in the corner. Also pretty good when YRCd during neutral. The derivative follow up can only be used on hit/block. Knocking down with derivative doesn't lead to as good oki as dive knockdown, so take care to use it when you have at least 25% so you can dash in and VCL YRC for oki, or when it'll kill, or when there's no alternative that gives knockdown. Now it's airborne on frame 2 and the vertical hitbox on I-No's body was nerfed to pre +R status. Follow-up can be done with both ground and air versions.

Chemical Love (Vertical)[edit]
Chemical Love (Vertical)
214S (air OK)
GGXRD Ino ChemicalLoveS.png
Version Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 40 All - YRP 11 11 11+9 After Landing -4
Air 40 All - YRP 11 11 8 After Landing -

Hits pretty hard and has improved landing recovery. Used in corner loops for big damage. When used during active airdash frames, this move will cause I-No to fast fall, which improves follow up options. There's just enough time in I-No's air dash to link j.K > j.S > VCL and still fast fall. Airborne on frame 2, so you can't "ghetto reversal" against lows anymore.

When YRC'd, this VCL is one of the most oppressive oki tools in the game. 11 active frames means that if timed right, the majority of characters can't back dash out without getting hit. If they try to reversal out, you can use the super flash from the YRC to react and FD block as soon as game play resumes. If they commit to blocking, I-No is in the air and can land with an overhead or land and immediate low while they're in block stun for an unreactable mixup. If they reversal Blitz Shield and absorb the projectile, I-No can land and throw.

Disinfection Method[edit]
Sterilization Method
214H (air OK)
GGXRD Ino SterilizationMethod.png
GGXRD Ino SterilizationMethod2.png
Version Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
Ground 0,60 Air Throw: 227500 - YRP 18 - Total 47+8 After Landing -
Air 0,60 Air Throw: 227500 - YRP 6 - 8 After Landing -

It's an airthrow with the most range in the game. Unlike Heavenly Potemkin Buster, it's actually a throw and not an unblockable air-to-air attack, so you can throw bursts with it. Resets jump options on hit and has enough untech time to set up a combo. Forced prorate 60%. You can YRC the air version after active, but it'll become a PRC for the ground version before the throw even goes active. The ground version is just slow enough that if you hit a player and clairvoyantly go for the air throw knowing they'll burst, you wont grab them in time if they burst quickly enough.


Overdrives[edit]

[edit]
Longing Desperation
632146H
GGXRD Ino LongingDesperation1.png
GGXRD Ino LongingDesperation2.png
I want to break free!
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
50x3 Mid - YRP 7+2 20 10 +1

Frame 1~13 Strike Invul. Starts 2 frames after the flash so it's possible to reversal throw it right before it goes active if used at neutral (it's not throw invul), FD, or even in some cases beat it clean with an uppercut (Volcanic Viper) or some low profile moves (Grand Viper). However, throwing this super on reaction would be much harder when used as a reversal because of the restriction on throws when waking up. Safe on block. It can be used as a combo-finisher but Fortissimo is a better option for that. Goes through projectiles and untechable knockdown. 80% prorate means that it can be used as a combo starter, but ultimately Fortissimo is a better combo starter due to no proration if you get an opportunity to punish.

[edit]
Ultimate Fortissimo
j.2363214S
GGXRD Ino UltimateFortissimo1.png
GGXRD Ino UltimateFortissimo2.png
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
50X3 Mid - YRP 7+0 7 16 -

In AC/+R this was contender for best super in the game. While some of this move's properties have changed (Recovery is now listed as 16 instead of "Until Landing" and it's active for 2 fewer frames), we're not sure if the input freeze is still present. It appears to be so, and if that's the case, this move basically wins in any situation where the other player isn't invul at the time of the super flash. It's + on block (no longer sure by how much) so you get to run a mixup after, and on hit it sets up a high-damage combo. Because the invul only lasts up to the active frame, this will trade with or lose to most 6P attacks (the upper body invul) and will lose to other Reversals depending on timing and how much invul they have. It's pretty much guaranteed to lose to an uppercut, may beat other supers if it goes second. Don't forget that supers gain hellfire damage in Xrd and beat Blitz Shield on top of being unburstable.


Instant Kill[edit]

Megalomania
in IK mode: 236236H
GGXRD Ino Megalomania.png
GGXRD Ino Megalomania2.png
Damage Guard Cancel Roman Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv.
DESTROY All - - 9+12[5+9] 6 30 -19

Anime.


Strategy[edit]

General Tactics[edit]

Tips and Tricks[edit]

Combos[edit]

I-No Combo Theory[edit]

Like most characters in Xrd, I-No does the majority of her damage in the corner. With the harsh scaling on Sdive and 80% forced prorate that's introduced by attacking during RC or YRC time slow, she's only going to do her max damage if she starts combos in the corner. I-No wants to knock the other player down to make use of her excellent oki tools. With the changes to the Roman Cancel system we can't confirm into HCL FRC for cheap corner push and damage, so the majority of mid screen corner push options involve the 6P > 5H > IAD j.K link. It's still difficult even with the tweaked buffer window, but it's much easier than HCL 6FRC6, and with slight variants this string works on almost every character. The damage isn't too bad and it doesn't cost meter either. Sdive also knocks down now, which helps us set up oki while giving us some extra corner push.

Like in AC/+R, it's effective to think of I-No's combos as strings of a few hits that you can link together with a little bit of improvisation. Strings you'll want to be really comfortable with are:


6P > 5H > IAD j.K

j.D > delayed VCL > 5K / c.S

c.S > VCL > c.S

Airdash FFVCL > VCL / c.S / j.S

j.H > Sdive (wallbounce) > 5P / c.S

c.S > sj.S


By learning these strings you'll be able to use I-No's main combos against the majority of characters. For example, if you're doing a basic pressure string out of a hover dash and decide to mix up with j.D, being able to do the late cancel into VCL and link that into 5K gives you mid screen options, and the link into c.S gives you your best corner options. If you open someone up with 2K or j.S, knowing how to combo into 6P > 5H > IAD j.K will give you solid damage in the corner, and will give corner push at mid screen. This string usually involves the fast fall VCL technique, and being able to link into j.S helps at mid screen, while linking to c.S or another VCL is optimum for the corner. In some situations you'll be able to wallbounce with Sdive, and you'll need to learn to catch the other player with 5P or c.S to continue the combo, usually by linking a c.S into a super jump j.S.

When playing Guilty Gear, it's best to think of combos as being much more free form than in other games. Yes, there are ways to optimize your damage, but in the event that you flub your timing at a certain point in your combo, it's still possible to salvage your knockdown. For instance, if you start the combo '2K > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D' on Chipp, which works anywhere, but accidentally Super Jump the Instant Air Dash, that combo will now only work if Chipp reaches the corner when using HCL. No worries though! If you simply omit the j.H and cancel the j.S into HCL the combo will still knock down anywhere on the screen.

This is important in general, but is especially true with I-No. While I-No is much easier to use at a low level in Xrd than in previous versions of the game, she's still challenging and has a lot of character specific nuances to her combos. You should be willing to experiment, and you need to get comfortable with making things up as you go along. Improvisation with combos is almost a required skill with I-No, and it's part of what makes her so fun. When learning a character's neutral game it helps to think less about "what moves can I use to set up X combo", and more about "what's the best I can do after hitting the opponent with X move". However, some combos will play out just about the same with only slight variations per character, and the only thing that will change is damage based on the starter, such as a j.S combo hitting harder than a j.K combo, which hits harder than a 2K combo. It'll be easier to learn combos when you think of them as having interchangeable starters and enders, but you'll be missing out on the focus of the game, which is the interaction between character tools that lead up to someone getting hit.

Most new players will rush to learn some basic combos first, and with good reason since you want to get as much reward as possible off of a hit. You get a pretty significant reward for a few minutes of learning to string a few hits together into knockdown. Just don't forget that Guilty Gear combos involve an organic adaptation to your own mistakes and your opponent's bursting habits. Rote memorization of button presses will only take you so far, and sometimes the follow up possibilities for one attack are drastically different from another attack, or from the same attack that lands in a different part of the screen, or when the attack is a counter hit.



FFVCL[edit]

If I-No uses VCL during airdash or air backdash frames, she will fall quickly instead of floating. This is key for her mid screen corner push combos, as well as some of her optimized damage combos in the corner. It seems that I-No falls faster when using VCL during the later frames of an airdash, though she will still fastfall if VCL is used right as an airdash starts. If you use the "late" version of FFVCL out of her dash > hoverdash technique (often input as 66956), you'll be able to catch the opponent with c.S before they're knocked down, whereas you'd need a YRC otherwise. FFVCL can also be used on oki without a YRC, and it doesn't need to be done late in an airdash. The reduced recovery frames relative to AC/+R allow I-No to recover quickly and be + on block as the opponent wakes up. Note oki and VCL YRC oki are generally safer, but this technique has it's merits for closing distance after knockdown and also for staying unpredictable.

Going for knockdown and optimizing Oki[edit]

You get varying amounts of advantage time depending on how you knock the opponent down. Generally speaking, Dive knockdown gives a more advantageous position than HCL knockdown, which gives a more advantageous position than using HCL ~ D. If you're in the corner, Pdive bounces I-No back to about 1/2 screen distance which means her Note oki gains additional hits. More note hits scales RISC up and will boost damage on our follow up combo if our mixup is successful. It also gives more space between us and the opponent to confirm that they're blocking. If you use a note right in someone's face, they may be able to reversal through it. Knockdown with Kdive and Sdive puts I-No in a good position to use Note, 66956 FFVCL oki, or VCL YRC oki.

If you get the opponent to block a distant note after Pdive knockdown, you can take a gamble on 66956 pressure. Use that technique to airdash in their face while they're forced to block a note and run a block string. You'll want to learn a variety of block strings to further vary your mix up, but a general string is 'j.K > j.S > j.K > j.P'. This string will continue to build RISC while the opponent is blocking, and it ends with a mix up option. Land into 2K for a low/throw, chain j.P into j.D for an overhead, or do a slightly delayed VCL and YRC. I-No's j.P is a level 1 attack, so it has 10 frames of hit stun, and VCL has 11 frames of start up, which leaves a small gap. Do the VCL slightly late to make it easier to get YRC instead of RC, but this is a frame trap option. 2K is the safest (frame tight if they don't instant block) and does the least damage, j.D hits harder but leaves a gap that they can attack through, and VCL YRC will bait a punish for j.D with the time slow and lead into the most damage (also allows another mixup if they don't take the bait). Of course, if any of these are successful you're doing damage with increased RISC, so it'll do 20-40 points more damage than normal. This is a major benefit to Pdive oki with distant note. Make sure you learn to bait Dead Angles, and make sure to use other block strings so they wont IB and punish every time. You can even sneak a ground throw in if you're clever!

Chemical Love Derivative (HCL ~ D) allows us to knock down in many more situations than before, but it offers the least time to set up oki. It seems that we get more time the closer we are to the ground when using it. If you have no alternative method for knock down, or have meter to burn and want to push for max damage, this is what you'll wind up using. Oki after HCL ~ D is actually pretty good if you have meter to spend, so don't avoid using it. However, be aware that you shouldn't use ~ D at all times just because it's "free damage", especially if you can knock down with HCL by itself. There's a point where the extra damage isn't worth the lost options for oki. In those situations, if "giving them the D" doesn't finish them, keep it in your pants.

Sacrificing a significant amount of damage for slightly better oki is probably a bad idea, but all things are relative. Damage now is better than damage later, but 3 extra points of damage isn't worth oki that gives the other player an escape route. Also, play to your skill level. Some of the mid screen combos that involve Sdive relaunch do as much damage as their HCL ~ D counterparts, but give better oki. If you can't consistently pull them off, you're better off going for the sure thing. In some cases you can end in knockdown after HCL without using ~ D, but if you're ending the combo after only a few hits the extra damage might be worth it considering the knock down is occurring near the ground instead of in the air.

Combo Optimization[edit]

The "best" combos are subjective. Some give the most damage, some give more meter gain, some give better oki, and some may even remove a very difficult link at only a minor expense compared to the more optimized version. Even with experimentation among an entire community of I-No players, we're not going to find every combination of attacks that's worth doing. Spending some time on Research and Development is part of developing as a player and having fun with the game. If you want to optimize combos toward a specific end, here are some tips:

1. Higher level attacks scale better than lower level attacks. That means that 5H is going to scale the damage of following hits less than 5P does, and that's cool because 5H does more damage too. As far as I-No goes, if you can find a way to make stuff like 'c.S > 5H > j.H > Pdive' work in place of 'c.S > j.S > j.H > Pdive' you can squeeze a little more damage out of your combo, not just because the 5H hits harder than j.S, but also because it scales the rest of the combo a little better. Unlike some games, doing 4 jabs into super is not optimized damage! You'll do less damage that way than if you hit with the super raw.

2. Hitting with higher damage attacks earlier in the combo is better for damage output. Starting a combo with VCL loop (c.S > VCL > c.S > repeat) will result in more damage than leading into it after a Pdive loop. In order of damage, Fortissimo (air Overdrive), the second hit of 6H, VCL, j.D, and 5H are what you want to try to use as early as possible in combos for damage optimization (j.D applies an 80% prorate if it's the first hit in the combo, so use it after HCL/VCL YRC). Comboing into Overdrives later in a combo is still effective as they seal the opponent's Burst, but if you want to do as much damage as possible you want to hit with them early.

3. Sometimes it's worth it to use a worse move early on if it means you get a better follow up. In some instances you can get 4 reps of VCL loop, but you almost always have to combo into 5P at that point, which might leave you pushed out too far to hit with Pdive when you follow up with 'c.S > sj.S > sj.H'. You might do the same damage, give or take a point, with the 4 rep VCL loop without having to do as many hits, but ending the VCL loop early and doing a Pdive loop may leave you with Pdive oki.

4. Different moves give different amounts of meter. In I-No's case, Sultry Performance (Dive) gives more meter than Chemical Love. Hdive is great for building meter as it hits 3 times, but it also does very low damage. Leading into a VCL loop early and ending with a Dive loop is generally really effective when trying to optimize combos for damage and meter gain.


Tips for Difficult Combo Strings[edit]

When learning the '6P > 5H > IAD j.K' link, make sure to follow up j.K with j.S. There are multiple ways to screw up this tight link. If j.S comes out instead of j.K, you're doing j.K too early. If j.K comes out but they tech, either the j.K was too late, or the IAD leading up to the j.K was too late. If you flub the IAD and wind up jumping in place, you're probably doing the input too fast or too early. Take your time and work at it if you're having trouble, as you most likely need to slow down until you can do the input consistently, then speed up until the combo stops dropping. Just feel it out.

Final Notes[edit]

Anyway, here are some combos. Meter gain is estimated and not given for every combo - this is a work in progress and those values may be added later. Pay attention to the enders for these combos - in some cases you'll have an option that does more damage but gives slightly worse oki, or a harder option that gives better damage or oki, or both. Every combo should knock down when done properly. Mid screen combos are done from match start position, but with experience you'll be able to figure out if your Sdive will wallbounce or knock down based on your screen position when you started.


Mid Screen Combos[edit]

!This is a heavy work in progress while I get formatting straightened out!

The Combo PO BE SL FA SO EL LE KY VE SI AX IN MA RA ZA MI CH Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
The Combo PO BE SL FA SO EL LE KY VE SI AX IN MA RA ZA MI CH Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes




Damage values with an asterisk (*) next to them mean that the combo much reach the corner to complete.

Characters are listed from highest defense to lowest, left to right. This should make it really easy to see at a glance what the lower and upper bound for damage is off of one combo.

Damage values are color coded for difficulty, with blue for easy, green for moderate, orange for hard, and red for very hard.
Difficulty is subjective, so it's difficult to measure such that new players wont get frustrated. Tight links (6P > 5H > IAD j.K), specific timing for YRCs, delayed timing between hits (j.D > VCL > c.S/5K), and complex inputs (5H > IAD, 2363214S, or c.S > sj.S) may all contribute to difficulty. Color coding has been implemented, but may not reflect combo difficulty accurately right now.


In many instances it is possible to replace Pdive enders with Kdive to make the knockdown easier or cut the combo short before a difficult part, though you will get different oki or lower damage.

Combos off of 2K

The Combo PO BE SL FA SO EL LE KY VE SI AX IN MA RA ZA MI CH Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
2K > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 115 115* 118 - - 128 128 128* 128* 129 131 - - 131 135* 151 163 (Builds approx 23% meter)
2K > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 115* 115* 118 128 128* 128* 128* 128* - 129* 131 131 131 131* - 151* 163* (Builds approx 23% meter)
2K > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > HCL ~ D 108 108 111 - - 120 120 120 120 121 123 - - 123 127 142 154 Meter Gain/Spent
2K > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > HCL ~ D 108 108 111 120 120 120 120 120 - 121 123 123 123 123 - 142 154 Meter Gain/Spent
2K > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL ~ D 104 104 107 - - 115 115 115 115 116 118 - - 118 122 - 147 -
2K > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL ~ D 104 104 107 115 115 - 115 115 115 116 118 - - 118 122 - 147 -
2K > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL 97 97 - - - - 107 107 107 108 110 - - - 114 - 137 Meter Gain/Spent Better Oki, less damage
2K > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL 97 97 - - - - 107 107 107 108 - - - - - - - Meter Gain/Spent Better Oki, less damage
2K > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.p > j.S > dj.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 116* 116* 119 - - 131 131 131* 131* 132 134 134 - 134 137* 154 166 -
2K > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.p > j.S > dj.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 116* 116* 119* 131* 131* 131* 131 - - 132* 134 134 134 134 - - - -
2K > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > j.H > Sdive > 5P > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Kdive 117* 117* 120* - - - 132* 132* - - - - - - - - - - Spacing dependent, may cross under at Sdive
2K > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > j.H > Sdive > 5P > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Kdive 117* 117* - - 132* - 132* 132* - 133* - 135* - - - - 167 - Spacing dependent, may cross under at Sdive
2K > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.p > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 115 115 - - - - 129 - - 132 - - - - - - - -
2K > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.p > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 115 115 - - - - 129 - - 130 132 - - - - - - -


Combos off of j.S

The Combo PO BE SL FA SO EL LE KY VE SI AX IN MA RA ZA MI CH Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 163 163* 167 - - 177 177 177 177* SI 181 - - 181 189* 211 224 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 163* 163* 167 177 177* 177* 177* 177 - SI 181 181 181 181* - - 224* Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL 136 136 - - - - 148 148 148 SI 153 - - - 158 - - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL 136 136 - - - - 148 - - SI 153 - - - - - - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL ~ D 146 146 151 - - 159 159 159 159 SI 164 - - - 170 - 204 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL ~ D 146 146 151 159 159 - 159 159 159 SI 164 - - - 170 - 204 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > HCL ~ D 152 152 156 - - 165 165 165 165 SI 169 - - 169 176 197 211 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > HCL ~ D 152 152 156 165 165 165 165 165 - SI 169 169 169 169 - 197 211 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.p > j.S > dj.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 166* 166 170 - - 182 182* 182 182* SI 186 - - 186 192* 214 229* Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.p > j.S > dj.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 166 166 170* 182 182* 182* 182 - - SI 186 186 186 - - 214* 229* Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes



Combos off of j.K

The Combo PO BE SL FA SO EL LE KY VE SI AX IN MA RA ZA MI CH Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 138* 138* 142 - - 153 153 153 153* SI 157 - - 157 162* 180 194* Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 138* 138 142 153 153 153* - - - SI 157 157 157 157* - 180* - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL 117 117 - - - - - - - SI - - - - - - - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL 117 127 - - - - - - - SI - - - - - - - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL ~ D 124 124 128 - - 137 137 137 137 SI 141 - - 141 146 161 174 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > HCL ~ D 124 124 - 137 137 - 137 137 137 SI 141 - - - 146 - 174 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > HCL ~ D 130 130 134 - - 144 144 144 144 SI 148 - - 148 153 169 183 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.S > HCL ~ D 130 130 134 144 144 144 144 144 - SI 148 148 148 148 - 169 183 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.p > j.S > dj.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 137* 137* 141 - - 154 154* 154* 154 SI 158 - - 158 162* 180 195* Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.K > j.S > 6P > 5H > SJ-IAD j.K > j.S > FFVCL > j.p > j.S > dj.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 137* 137* 141* 154 154 - - - - SI 158 158* 158 - - 180* - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes



Combos off of j.D


The Combo PO BE SL FA SO EL LE KY VE SI AX IN MA RA ZA MI CH Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5K > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 127 - 130 138 138 - - - - SI 142 142 142 142 - - - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5K > j.S > HCL ~ D 114 114 117 124 124 124 124 125 125 SI 128 128 128 128 133 147 158 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5K > j.P > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 128 128 130 - 139 - 139 - - SI 142 - 142 - 148* 165 177 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5P > j.P > j.S > dj.S > HCL ~ D 117 117 119 128 128 128 128 129 129 SI 131 131 131 - 135 152 164 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5P > j.P > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D 122 122 - - 133 - 133 134 - SI 136 - 136 136 141 158 170 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5P > sj.P > sj.S > sj.H > HCL ~ D - - 124 133 133 133 - - 134 SI 136 136 136 136 141 158 170 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5K > j.S > dj.H > Sdive > 5P > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Kdive 133* - 136* 148* 148* 148* - - 149* SI 152* - 152* - - 173* - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5P > 5K > sj.S > sj.H > Sdive > 5P > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Kdive - - - - - - 142* - - SI 145* - - - - - 188* Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5K > j.S > dj.H > Sdive > 5P > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive - - 139* - 153* - - - - SI 157* - - - - - - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 5K > j.S > dj.H > Sdive > 5P > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive > Kdive - - 140* - 154* - - - - SI 158* - - - - - - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > VCL > 6H > HCL ~ D 127 127 - - - - 138 139 - SI - - - - - - - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > Fortissimo > VCL > 5K > j.S > j.H > HCL ~ D PO - 188 200 200* - - - - SI 207 - - - - - - Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
j.D > Fortissimo > VCL > 5K > HCL ~ D PO 169 - - - - 184 186 - SI - - - - - 219 234 Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes



Corner Combos[edit]

Throw > RC combos

The Combo PO BE SL FA SO EL LE KY VE SI AX IN MA RA ZA MI CH Meter Gain/Spent Combo Notes
Throw > RC > slight dash j.D > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > j.S > j.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive 143 143 146 - 160 160 160 161 - - 165 - - - - - 202 (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > slight dash j.D > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive - - 146 - - 160 - - 161 - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > slight dash j.D > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > j.S > j.H > Pdive > dash j.H > FFVCL > 6H > HCL ~ D 148 148 151 - 166 - 166 167 - - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > slight dash j.D > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive > Kdive - - 147 - - 161 - - 162 - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > slight dash j.D > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive > Pdive - - - 154 - - 154 - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > j.S > j.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive - - - - - 155 - - - - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > j.S > j.H > Pdive > dash j.H > FFVCL > 6H > HCL ~ D - - - - - 163 - - - - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > 5H > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > 5H > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive 136 136 139 - 150 - 150 151 - - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > 5H > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > FFVCL > c.S > j.S > j.H > Kdive - 146 148 - 163 - 163 - - - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > 5H > j.H > Pdive > dash j.H > FFVCL > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Kdive - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > 5H > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive > Pdive - - 142 - - - 154 - - - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > sj.S > sj.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive > Pdive - - 136 148 - - - - - - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
Throw > RC > VCL > c.S > VCL > c.S > j.S > j.H > Pdive > dash j.H > Pdive 130 130 133 144 - 144 144 145 145 - - - - - - - - (Costs 50% meter)
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Alternate Color Chart[edit]

Standard Colors

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DLC Colors

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Limited Time DLC Colors

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