Dat Dodge Cancel...

#1CymerianPosted 2/10/2013 8:56:22 PM
Since I have mastered it, Geckos don't stand a chance.
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#2SolidHaseoPosted 2/10/2013 9:00:24 PM
Dodge cancel? I don't even know what BM cancel is....
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#3malicemizerfanPosted 2/10/2013 9:02:07 PM
SolidHaseo posted...
Dodge cancel? I don't even know what BM cancel is....


its when you suddenly clench up and decide not to use in the bathroom.

I kid, I kid, its using blade mode for a split second to cancel out of a combo.
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#4Dominus_1Posted 2/10/2013 9:03:11 PM
SolidHaseo posted...
Dodge cancel? I don't even know what BM cancel is....

Dodge cancel = cancelling out of the recovery of a move by press wide attack + jump, which is the dodge move. Blade mode cancelling is cancelling out of the recovery of moves by using blade mode.
#5Cymerian(Topic Creator)Posted 2/10/2013 9:07:28 PM
Dominus_1 posted...
SolidHaseo posted...
Dodge cancel? I don't even know what BM cancel is....

Dodge cancel = cancelling out of the recovery of a move by press wide attack + jump, which is the dodge move. Blade mode cancelling is cancelling out of the recovery of moves by using blade mode.


Sort of. Dodge Canceling is when you cancel the Dodge (Square + X) into Blade Mode (L1). The trick is, only the forward dodge can be canceled into blade mode. So, when fighting a Gecko for instance, if you parry, they often jump back, preventing you from continuing a combo string. However, if you Dodge forward at the right time (basically, take advantage of it's brief invincibility), you can negate the recovery frames of the dodge by tapping the blade mode button. This allowing you to simply continue a combo, as all this transpires in under a second.

It's a MUST learn for those looking to further their game.
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#6SolidHaseoPosted 2/10/2013 9:08:49 PM
Cymerian posted...
Dominus_1 posted...
SolidHaseo posted...
Dodge cancel? I don't even know what BM cancel is....

Dodge cancel = cancelling out of the recovery of a move by press wide attack + jump, which is the dodge move. Blade mode cancelling is cancelling out of the recovery of moves by using blade mode.


Sort of. Dodge Canceling is when you cancel the Dodge (Square + X) into Blade Mode (L1). The trick is, only the forward dodge can be canceled into blade mode. So, when fighting a Gecko for instance, if you parry, they often jump back, preventing you from continuing a combo string. However, if you Dodge forward at the right time (basically, take advantage of it's brief invincibility), you can negate the recovery frames of the dodge by tapping the blade mode button. This allowing you to simply continue a combo, as all this transpires in under a second.

It's a MUST learn for those looking to further their game.


*Mind Blown*
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#7JPshakePosted 2/10/2013 9:11:35 PM
Congrats on mastering it TC, it's definitely a must for dealing with gekkos quick and easy.
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#8Dominus_1Posted 2/10/2013 9:15:26 PM(edited)
Cymerian posted...
Dominus_1 posted...
SolidHaseo posted...
Dodge cancel? I don't even know what BM cancel is....

Dodge cancel = cancelling out of the recovery of a move by press wide attack + jump, which is the dodge move. Blade mode cancelling is cancelling out of the recovery of moves by using blade mode.


Sort of. Dodge Canceling is when you cancel the Dodge (Square + X) into Blade Mode (L1). The trick is, only the forward dodge can be canceled into blade mode. So, when fighting a Gecko for instance, if you parry, they often jump back, preventing you from continuing a combo string. However, if you Dodge forward at the right time (basically, take advantage of it's brief invincibility), you can negate the recovery frames of the dodge by tapping the blade mode button. This allowing you to simply continue a combo, as all this transpires in under a second.

It's a MUST learn for those looking to further their game.

I'm talking about in a general sense from the definition. Like in fighting games where you can jump cancel out of moves, but you take that step further by buffering an attack into the jump cancel (like say in UMVC3 jump canceling dante's launcher or revolver into acid rain. But I know at least to get the double launcher move you have to jump cancel the launcher into a blade mode cancel..

edit: oh I see you're talking about cancelling the recovery of the dodge nvm
#9Chain_StrikePosted 2/10/2013 9:22:48 PM
Cymerian posted...
Dominus_1 posted...
SolidHaseo posted...
Dodge cancel? I don't even know what BM cancel is....

Dodge cancel = cancelling out of the recovery of a move by press wide attack + jump, which is the dodge move. Blade mode cancelling is cancelling out of the recovery of moves by using blade mode.


Sort of. Dodge Canceling is when you cancel the Dodge (Square + X) into Blade Mode (L1). The trick is, only the forward dodge can be canceled into blade mode. So, when fighting a Gecko for instance, if you parry, they often jump back, preventing you from continuing a combo string. However, if you Dodge forward at the right time (basically, take advantage of it's brief invincibility), you can negate the recovery frames of the dodge by tapping the blade mode button. This allowing you to simply continue a combo, as all this transpires in under a second.

It's a MUST learn for those looking to further their game.


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#10IrishSJ23Posted 2/10/2013 9:49:06 PM
I need to work on figuring out when that brief invulnerability is because I get hit by the gekko leg when doing that forward dodge