9f Throws

Discussion in 'Wolf' started by Cozby, May 13, 2013.

  1. Cozby

    Cozby OMG Custom Title! W00T! Content Manager Sarah

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    Wolf's [6][P][+][G] is 9f, meaning he can use it get a free punish attempt on -9 moves, and also a free [6][P][+][G] attempt off of a guarded [6][6][P][+][K] near the wall. While I don't think its overly powerful, I do see it as being an important tool for Wolf's game.

    I don't know every -9 move, but I'd imagine it's better in some matchups than others. When used Goh will not be able to use his throw reversal from his -10 moves like [3][K][P], [3][3][P], or [6][6][P][+][K].

    So, once the opponent has to respect [6][P][+][G], it'll make his other options more viable, such as [4][6][P][+][G], which can be deadly.
     
  2. Mister

    Mister Well-Known Member Content Manager Wolf

    A goh player can explain that bettere I think. My guess is that Goh isn't standing after that move and is considered crouching. I don't see any other explanation.
     
  3. YOMI

    YOMI not a legendary game designer

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    Goh can use Tsukamigaeshi (throw sabaki) Wolf's 6P+G after those moves just fine, he just has to delay it for one frame longer than normally.
     
  4. Cozby

    Cozby OMG Custom Title! W00T! Content Manager Sarah

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    ^Yeah. Dunno why I couldn't do it earlier.
     

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