VF4 Throw Escape Chart

Discussion in 'News' started by Myke, Mar 12, 2002.

By Myke on Mar 12, 2002 at 10:39 AM
  1. Myke

    Myke Administrator Staff Member Content Manager Kage

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    <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!
     

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Discussion in 'News' started by Myke, Mar 12, 2002.

    1. Myke
      Myke
      An important update has been made to the Throw Escape Chart.

      The definition of <font color=orange>perfect nitaku</font color=orange> was incorrect in stating that the escapee had a guaranteed throw counter. It's more complicated than that. Astute readers will have noticed that I've changed the throw in the pop-quiz from P+G to f+P+G.

      Refer to the document for details.
    2. Hayai_JiJi
      Hayai_JiJi
      good cause that thing was way off:)
    3. ReCharredSigh
      ReCharredSigh
      good, that clears some things up; i was wondering why akira's escaped d/f+P+G left the opponent with a guarenteed throw; the escaped throw places the opponent right next to you, but only at a -6 disadvantage. so then i guess we can assume perfect nitaku refers to IF the opponent was acting like a turtle that the throw would be guarenteed?(wouldn't have to buffer in a dash).

      btw, akira's default P+G throw escaped leaves him at +6(virtuaproject.com rev c stats); is this right, or a typo?

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