aoi in YY stance.

Discussion in 'Aoi' started by schizoidmim, Jun 3, 2002.

  1. schizoidmim

    schizoidmim New Member

    some questions on aoi's yin yang stance.

    is it possible to use throw escapes with you're going into yin yang stance to defend against throws while in the stance? like a possible YY stance - TTE?

    also in the time between being in yin yang stance going into her normal stance is she completely vulnerable or will she still parry? can she input reversals at this time?

    thanks i'm pretty new at VF4 so dunno if this is old or not.
     
  2. The_Elder

    The_Elder Member

    a.d.2: yes, while she is mooving into the stance she can parry.
     
  3. Myke

    Myke Administrator Staff Member Content Manager Kage

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    is it possible to use throw escapes with you're going into yin yang stance to defend against throws while in the stance? like a possible YY stance - TTE?

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    Consider that to go into and hold the YY stance, you're holding down /versus/images/commands/p.gif+/versus/images/commands/k.gif+/versus/images/commands/g.gif. With these buttons held down, how do you expect to enter throw escapes? You can't.

    However, if you dodge from the stance (i.e. you no longer need to hold down all buttons) you can enter throw escapes, but note if the opponent tries to throw you during the YY dodge, they're most likely to get a side throw, so escape accordingly.

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    also in the time between being in yin yang stance going into her normal stance is she completely vulnerable or will she still parry? can she input reversals at this time?

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    Since there is a small recovery time when going from YY -> normal stance, she cannot inashi (parry). So yes, she'll be invulnerable for a short while before she can guard or enter any reversals.
     

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