Yoshi's mystery move.


well i saw on SC3 unlockable blooper movie that he had a weird move where he scratched the air (the bit where he versed rock.) i don't know how to do it. but it was in SC2 help?

I know how to do it.

A+B+K, F+A+K. It actuallly does a whole varitey of different moves. Most of the secret moves are frrom tekken. He does some king moves, some kazuya and some brand new ones.

But that funny move your talking about, you have to press G quickly while you're doing chraging and quickly press F+A+K. It took me forever to figure it out. That's what happens when you play non-stop for hours and hours. lol

The move in question is called Iron Fist Possession. If you have either (a) at least level one soul charge or (b) a successful soul siphon (healing you, not them), this move will perform a random Tekken-character move. Otherwise, it will either do a waving taunt or a spin-in-place taunt. If you have a level 1 soul charge, you only get one of these. If you have a successful soul siphon or a level 3 soul charge, you get three of them. Best way to use this is either as finishing move or a taunt after you win a round.


in SC 4 the iron-fist possesion, depends on the seconds on the time counter, so the clock at 3-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 will do something diferent, you cannot see this in training since its infinite time, good luck trying to see them all

I know that this dosen`t deal much with the discussion but did you ever know what SEPPUKU meant? When you hear Seppuku think of SC Yoshi!

Here`s what it means: Seppuku ("stomach-cutting") is a form of Japanese ritual suicide by disembowelment. Seppuku was originally reserved only for samurai. Part of the samurai honor code, seppuku was used voluntarily by samurai to die with honor rather than fall into the hands of their enemies, as a form of capital punishment for samurai who have committed serious offenses, and for reasons that shamed them. Seppuku is performed by plunging a sword into the abdomen and moving the sword left to right in a slicing motion. The practice of committing seppuku at the death of one's master, known as oibara (the kun'yomi or Japanese reading) or tsuifuku (the on'yomi or Chinese reading), follows a similar ritual.

I got this from wikipedia.

In Tekken 3 on Yoshimitsu`s command list there is a move called HARAKIRI.This word means the same as SEPPUKU.