The <font color=orange>Version C Command Lists</font color=orange> for all the characters will become available over the coming days, so head on over to the Character sections and click on the Version C link for the Command List. Version B Command Lists are still available.
The data available in the VFDC Ver.C Command Lists include name, command, damage, hit level, reversal class, execution frames, guard, hit and counter (MC) hit frame difference, escape direction, and relevant notes. These Command Lists are based off the data in the Blue Book. Clickable column headings allow for sorting.
<font color=red>Pop quiz:</font color=red> You're up against Lau in the finals. There's a VF4 Arcade machine (among other, equally insane prizes) at stake. It's the last round of the deciding match, and you've just escaped his f+P+G throw. What do you do?
Well, if you stood there guarding, waiting for the 529th PPPd+K, and failed to guard the d+K again and lose the match, then you really should read this <a target="_blank" href=http://virtuafighter.com/view.php?section=vf4&file=vf4_throw_escape.html>Throw Escape Chart</a>.
And then torture yourself for the rest of your life with the knowledge that you had a finals-winning counter throw guaranteed against Lau!
Special thanks to SummErs for putting the original chart together!
A preliminary <a target="_blank" href=http://virtuafighter.com/commands/index.php?chara=dural>Dural Command List</a> is now available on VFDC, under the VF4 section for the time being. Originally taken from Weekly Famitsu (2002/3/1), it's still lacking in damage values, reversal levels, and other data, so any help to fill those out would be greatly appreciated.
Does Dural warrant her own Character section? Or can all Dural related information live happily under the VF4 section? Please let me know in this thread.
Thanks to mao2 (from GameFAQs), with his permission I've taken his Rankings guide and given it the VFDC treatment. This should answer many questions to those not sure of how it all works, as well as serve as a useful reference for translating the Japanese characters used to denote the rank.
This latest document, <a target="_blank" href=http://virtuafighter.com/view.php?section=vf4&file=vf4_break_fall.html>The System of Break Falling</a>, aims to explain the mechanics, properties and risks of the two types of Break Falling techniques -- Quick Rising and Tech Rolling.
Is the Dojo craze sweeping the nation? Ken of Versus City proudly presents his training manual for the fighting monk, the <a target="_blank" href=http://virtuafighter.com/view.php?section=vf4&chara=lei&file=ken_lei_introduction.html>Lei Fei Dojo</a>. Be sure to check it out!
Still coming to grips with Virtua Fighter 4? There are two new documents available under the Sabaki attacks and <a target="_blank" href=http://virtuafighter.com/view.php?section=vf4&file=vf4_evading_chart.html>Evading</a>. So, if you're unsure on the mechanics of Sabaki attacks, or Evading, then be sure to read them up.