The best I can do against this super is block the first hit, red parry, then parry the rest. That’s VERY risky and I only do it when I’m showing off… usually I block the first, then parry the last volley and the final hit.
What I need to know is WHEN the first hit connects, I always started when she yelled “HA!!”. Is that right? Or is it when she stops advancing towards you? I’ve had about a 30% success rate with that, and once I get in the parrying I loose speed and end up eating the rest of the super.
yeah tap forward before u see the flash, it requires a little of prediction. U can also wait after the flash when Chun’s leg is into your mouth and tap forward in that precise moment, but this method is very hard to do. The other one is easyer for sure.
I found that easier to figure out than Chun-Li’s SA2. Air-parrying is great for people who think they can get away with doing a super while you’re jumping in.
I only parry huge block-damage supers to avoid a “Cheap”, the tons of nicks to my health that are easy to avoid and when it’s easy/do-or-die. And there are few supers I can’t parry now. Just Chun’s SA2 is causing problems, I just want to know it.
There was a time I did parry a hit of Akuma’s lightning super, but don’t know what the timing is since the CPU won’t do it. So if anyone knows that post it. Then there’s Gil’s Angel Rainbow Death Massive Block Damage supper… want to know that.
When I drift over to the other side, that’s when I eat it. Because I really don’t know when it will happen, I just luck out if I don’t. Then again, I don’t jump in much when people pick that super or Chun’s SA1.
Thanks guys, I am getting the hang of catching the first hit.
Okay, I can do the first hit on Chun’s SAII, but how long do you wait before starting to tap? I keep parrying the first one and then eating the rest, or parrying the next couple and eating the rest. Forward before superflash, then when’s the next forward?
To get used to the rhythm for parrying Houyokusen (or any super), tap forward on your stick in unison with your dummy while you record in parry training.
as far as this particular move goes, I think it’s better to get used to parrying after the super flash rather than before since you can’t realistically predict in a match exactly when your opp is going to activate.
I don’t know if this helps but I do all my parrying based on sound and rhythm. Just listen to the rhythm of the parry on training mode and just follow it. It’s really simple to parry any attack once you’ve learned it’s rhythm… doods.
[COLOR=“Orange”] Yeah Dood looks up at Liam’s post
:lol: Oh crap… you just said that… my bad… dood! We must have posted at like the same time… but I type slow like a retard so you beat me to the punch. Good Show… dood![/COLOR]