Moves after Fle, f+1+2_d~f?

Sure... People usually follow up with Fc d/f+3, Fc d/f+1, or u/f+3... However,

Fc d/f+3 is easy to see,
Fc d/f+1 is very slow,
and u/f+3 has no range.

I have tried u/f+4, and it's not so bad. however, it is not as scary as either of those above...

How well does a ws+2 BT d+2 into Fc d/f+3 do? and anyone else have any tricks in their sleeves?

I tried some tricks, like blocking after those moves then try a b+3+4 (evasive spin) or maybe a grab. maybe another stance after? like IND or DGF or maybe flea again. Or the infamous d+1+2 (cyclone lift), might surprise them because they don't see that move often. Don't know, I mostly try a f+1+2 and get punished and I never have enough time to change my strategy.

This post was edited by Perodious (2005-09-28 01:02, 12 years ago)

Flea Roll... I hardly ever use it out of the blue, just in front of my enemy. And if I happen to use it, I usually do u/f+3 because it nicely crushes from FC position.

My favourite situation in which I use Flea roll is of course wake-up :) In any combo like u/f+3+4,1+2,u/f (after u+3+4, Bad Breath, in okizeme on lying opponent...) I often don't finish it with f+3+4 slide to gain better positioning. My opponent mostly quickrolls in this case, so Sword Sweep is 90% likely to hit. Versus backdashers I use FC,d/f+3 (if they try to backdash out of range). And if I predict they want to attack immediately, u/f+3 is best.

Flea roll is very useful. I usually connect the follow-ups. The key is to keep a pressure. Opponent standing up is much pressured by this movement. Especially in my style, in which I base my strategy on okizeme.
Believe me or not... but many of my sparring partners get seriously irritated on my style. Sometimes I have never seen them being so mad... So while reading my FAQ, be awared that you can be kicked and punched in real life for the tricks you'll learn, I warn you. :)

So while reading my FAQ, be awared that you can be kicked and punched in real life for the tricks you'll learn, I warn you.
You need you find yourself a Yoshi sword, dudet.:dozingoff

But, yeah. You're surely that kind of Tekken player i'm much like to get irratated by. Theres nothing more irratating than to continously get forced to the ground with no chance of defending yourself! (Or so it might feel)

That reminds me; I'd like to watch some more match movies with you. You're in fact very inspiring, and i just love your style!
So how about it, Tenshi? ;P