Well the amount of moves they have doesn't really mean they're easier/harder to use IMO
Oh, is that so? Alright, I'll keep that in mind as well. Thank you. --- This thread needs to be about 20% more cooler
#16SSJGrimReaperPosted 9/17/2012 9:01:38 PM
I know because I did the same exact thing lol. I think the lowest amount of moves on a moveslist was around 80-90. --- Big Apple, 3 A.M. http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_ltfthdnJel1r4my8ko1_400.gif
#17shadestreetPosted 9/17/2012 9:06:34 PM
I'm not so sure you want to choose a character just because they have fewer moves - that doesn't necessarily mean they are easy to use and a wise choice.
Take a character like Paul, who has a lot of moves - if you focus on about 10 moves for starters you would be in great shape.
It's not like to be good with a character you have to learn all their moves, you will notice the people who are good online will be using the same set of 20 moves anyway.
#18sucellosPosted 9/18/2012 8:43:43 AM
I think the lowest amount of moves on a moveslist was around 80-90.
No, the lowest amount is around 70. Sample combos do not count. --- Official Amaterasu and Steiner of the MvC3 and Dissidia 012 boards!
#19Dark Blade 13Posted 9/18/2012 8:51:02 AM
Wang Jinrei has the least amount of moves of all the characters. I guess no one knows because he is the least popluar character and nobody want to use old guy. --- JUS FC: 2921-4559-2925 DS Name: moosequito (>")>==============)
#20nic1357Posted 9/18/2012 9:13:05 AM
Solid Sonic posted...
From: timeworks | #002
Try Miguel. He's easy to use as well.
Ehhhh...not so much when you start getting into how to apply the Savage Stance.
Even I'm a little bewildered on how to integrate its moves into my Miguel offense.
The Savage Stance is great if you combo into it. SAV 1, 1 is really fast and SAV d+4, 3 is a great low.
sav d43 is pretty crappy actually. unsafe on block and negative on hit. sav db4 is much better