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    "Tekken 5 Circus: Run Mishimas, Kazamas, Williams, everybody! -JAGUAR LOOSE!!"
    Tekken 5 King FAQ (for Arcade and PS2)
    Ver 4.2
    by Jaguar_King (vf_1x@hotmail.com)
    Last Update: 07.07.07
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    Legal Copyright:
    Tekken, Tekken 5, King, Armor King and all other related characters are
    registered trademarks and copyrighted (c) Namco. All rights reserved.
    This guide is copyrighted (c) Daniel Vega, 2005. All rights reserved.
    It's free for personal use, so don't rip it off, don't sell it for profit.
    I don't think I can take any legal action if you intend to break the law, but
    someone else might find that out...
    Current table of contents:
    * Version history
    * Intro to Tekken 5 King
    * Conventions
    * T5 King move list
    * T5 King's moves analysis
    * Top 10 moves
    * Tekken 5.0 -> 5.1 changes
    * King in a nutshell
      - Poking tools
      - CH catchers
      - Whiff punishers
      - High/mid block punishers
      - Low block punishers
      - Crushes
      - The guaranteed stuff
    * T5 King frame data
    * T5 King strategies
      - Command throw buffers & setups
      - Multithrows
      - The primary mixup
      - The CD mixup (secondary mixup)
      - FC mixup
      - b+1+2 followups
      - b+1+2,1+2 mixups
      - Low parry followups
      - Reversals
      - Okizeme
      - Tracking stuff
    * T5 King combos/juggles
      - Standard combos/juggles
      - Wall combos
    * Tech traps
      - Basic tech traps
      - 1+4 tech traps
      - Missed f+1+2 tech traps
    * Misc stuff
    * VS strats (still incomplete)
    * Credits
    | Version History |
    - 07/07/07: Version 4.2
      - Some minor mistakes fixed
      - cleared punishment for Raven's BT 3+4 and Law's WS+4,3, and some other
        characters' moves
    - 16/06/07: Version 4.1
      - A few minor fixes here and there. Punishment Lists 99.99% complete now
        (cleared issue on Raven's b+1+2,2 and Devil Jin's f,f+3,1,3_4).
      - Added a few small juggles (nothing too fancy unfortunately)
    - 08/06/07: Version 4.0
      - Wow, I've done such a huge mistake. The "Punishment Lists" should be all
        right now. OK, Devil Jin's f,f+3,1,4 move is not punishable on block at
        all, whereas f,f+3,1,3 IS. The 4 ender is safe, but the 3 (which is low)
        can be punished with a FC,df+2. I didn't notice it before because TZ had
        the data for f,f+3,1,3 in place of f,f+3,1,4, and viceversa, but should
        be fixed now. I know, I know I'm not perfect...I should have noticed it
        before, but I have my mind too busy at times.
      - Added "Multithrows", a fairly long section within T5 strategies.
    - 26/12/06: Version 3.5
      - Better specified notations in Conventions section. It should help those
        utterly unfamiliarized with the game now, also makes it clear that the
        guide can be used for both PS2 and arcade versions of T5.
      - Added entry for Sidethrows on Moves analysis section, some more comments
        on d/b+4, redone comments for u/b+1
      - Renamed "King in a nutshell" section, added Crushes in
      - Cleared comments on buffering Tombstone, added WS+4 and f+1,2 GS buffers
      - Corrected frame data for f,f+1+2 (source: inatekken web page)
      - Added "Ground damage decreased from 100% to 70%" in the "5.0 -> 5.1"
        changes section (I can't really believe I forgot to point that before)
    - 19/09/06: Version 3.3
      - Redone analysis on 1,2>1 as an independent move
      - Fixed errors in movelist (FC+1 and FC+1,N+2 damage)
      - Added FC,d/f+2, ground throw combo (useful near walls)
    - 05/08/06: Version 3.2
      - Added the URL of King's iSW thread in Tekken Zaibatsu forums.
      - Added Hop Rock Bottom buffer in the command throw buffers section
    - 14/07/06: Version 3.1
      - Added u/f+4, f+1,2, f+1,2, f+2+4 juggle (beginner friendly, anyway)
      - Added u/f+4, 2,1, f+1+2, d+2+4 juggle (stylish, gives the option of ending
        into one of d+2+4 air multi's enders for more damage or end there and go
        straight into oki)
      - Added CH b+1, f,f+2,1, 1,2, iSW juggle on Marduk (thanks Dangerous King)
      - Added CH d/b+3, FC,d/b+(1+3)_(2+4) ground throw (can be broken but it's
        still dangerous around walls, EVEN IF OPPONENT BREAKS)
      - Added u/f+4, f+2,2, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2 (w!), SSR f,N,d~d/f+1+2 (from
        Tekken-five King's combo vid)
      - Added f+1,2, b+3 wall combo from u/f+4 and WS+1+2 wall splats
      - Changed layout for moves in move analysis
      - Added entries for air throws in move analysis
    - 18/06/06: Version 3.0
      - Once again redone move analysis. All throws are in throws section, attacks
        under attacks' section. I also modified entries for several moves (WS+1+2,
        CD+1+2, f,f+2+3 and others) and added more info gathered from gameplay
        experience and other people's posts as well.
      - Added "Top 10 moves" section to make clear where's the good stuff and the
        "still-usable-but-not-as-good" moves.
      - Corrected frame data, and added data for JGS moves up to the 5th spin
      - Added 5.0 -> 5.1 changes section
      - Added Reversals within T5 King strats' section
      - Added CH BT 3, f,f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, iSW juggle (thanks to combot-killer)
      - Added WS+1+2, f+1+2, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 (classic from T4) and a few other
        juggles as well, revamped juggle section a bit
    | Intro to T5 King: "Not forced to throw anymore" |
    TTT/T4 King: Poker-grappler
    T5 King: Poker-grappler/CH hunter, random power striker
    In past Tekken games, King's juggles were weak, and his command throws were
    practically the only way to deal big damage with him. Thus, he had a hard time
    trying to win against top or higher tier characters. Although helped by his
    strong poking game, King's throws were still hard to setup and got horribly
    punished via WS launchers once an opponent ducked after guessing that the grab
    was coming. The fact that his u/f+4 juggles were weak turned him very throw
    reliant. King's poke game was always fast and safe, but still weak damage when
    compared to most characters' juggle starters.
    However, those days are gone. King has become more of a bi-dimensional char,
    able to survive even against the best top tiers. He has been given an actual
    interrupting ability, along with stronger combo damage, which make him pretty
    good at CH catching. While still retaining his trademark throw game, he's now
    able to deal about a halfbar combo damage on a potential ducker, and interrupt
    the opponent within setups with moves like his b+1. This gives him a double
    strategy: 1) interrupt the opponent for CH damage when opponent is aggressive
    and 2) play a mid-throw guessing game when opponent gets back into turtling.
    This is not to say his offense is perfect, though. King still has a major hole
    in his game: lack of mid-range launchers. He has poor offense at mid range as
    almost all of his mid-range moves are either slow, high or punishable. Namco
    also refused to give King users a Mishima-style type of wavedash to close the
    gaps while still keeping reasonable offense at hand. (The fact that backdash
    is toned down doesn't really help him at mid-range offense; just to return
    back to close range and attack from there with less risk of whiffing.) King
    still keeps his own wavedash in Tekken 5, but it's really hard to master and
    often players don't incorporate it into their games for this reason.
    Given that his offense is hampered at mid range (but not a lot of characters
    have such a great offense from mid range, either - plus you can overcome this
    weakness much easier than back in TTT days), he does better at close range
    offense AND TURTLING. This is true: King has good turtling ability, he can do
    decently at block-punishing, he gets a strong juggle after blocking lows with
    u/f,N+4, WS+1+2 and FC,d/f+2, he also gets juggle after a low parry in most
    cases, and has right punch and kick reversals, giving him an extra edge at
    Where King fails at keeping them at bay, due to lack of mid range stuff - he
    will do better after sidestepping, due to more damaging hopkick juggles (SS,
    u/f+4 is now an actual way to go).
    King's strengths:
    - Good poking game
    - Good mid attacks. Strong mid/throw mixup  especially at close range
    - Good throwing game
    - Good CH and interrupting game
    - GOOD juggles (finally!)
    - Decent SS game
    - Decent CD game
    - Unchickenable kick and right punch reverssals. Good low parry followups
    King's weaknesses:
    - Lack of good lows (the ones he has are deecent at best)
    - Lack of fast, damaging whiff punishers att mid range (unless opponent has
      back close to walls - b+3 if that's the case) and good mid/long range
      offense in general
    - The majority of King's most damaging combbos are very hard to pull off. 
      Specially the ones making use of iSW enders and ground throws by the wall
    | Conventions |
    This is the conventions' section (also known as the "you SHOULD know all this
    already" section). This is all common, standard Tekken notations used to make
    reference to specific character move.
    Basic commands:
    1   = left punch       2   = right punch
    3   = left kick        4   = right kick
    (In the PS2 console version, these are arranged by default on the PS2's
    controller pad as follows:
    Square: 1 (left punch)      (L1, L2, R1 and R2 - no use)
    Triangle: 2 (right punch)
    X: 3 (left kick)
    Circle: 4 (right kick)
    However, you can reconfigure those buttons as well as the L1, L2, R1 and R2
    wing buttons as you wish at the Options Menu - which is one of the reasons
    you won't see Tekken move notations involving the PS2 controller's buttons).
    f   = forward          u   = up         N = neutral (no joystick or pad tap)
    b   = back             d   = down
    u/f = up/forward       u/b = up/back
    d/f = down/forward     d/b = down/back
    Capital letters in a command mean to hold down the joystick/pad in the 
    required direction.
    HCB = half circle back = f,d/f,d,d/b,b
    HCF = half circle forward = b,d/b,d,d/f,f
    QCB = quarter circle back = d,d/b,b
    QCF = quarter circle forward = d,d/f,f
    CD  = crouch dash motion = f,N,d,d/f
    +   = Simultaneously (ex. f+4 means tap forward and press 4 at once)
    _   = Or (ex: 1+4_2+3 means either 1+4 or 2+3)
    *   = Hold button(s) down. (ex: u/f+1+2* = tap up/forward while HOLDING 1+2)
    ,   = Followed by (ex. 1+2,2 means press 1+2, then press 2)
    ~   = INMEDIATELY followed by (ex. 4~3 press 4 and quickly press 3 afterwards)
    >   = Next input is delayable (ex. 1>2 means either 1,2 or 1 *brief pause* 2)
    :   = Just frame input; precise timing required (else the move won't execute)
    =   = Possible next sequence after a prior command
    ()  = Group different possible commands (ex. (b_d/f)+1 means b+1 or d/f+1)
    []  = Group optional command(s) (ex. [d/f+1,]2,3 means 2,3 or d/f+1,2,3)
    {}  = Missing hit(s) required (ex. 1,{2},3 means the 2 must miss the opponent)
    FC  = In Full Crouch, duck/crouching state (after holding down, or after moves
          that put your character in crouch. Ex: FC+1 while crouching, press 1)
    WS  = While Standing (rising from a crouch - achieve crouch state, then let
          the joystick/pad return to neutral. Ex: WS+2 means go into crouch, N+2 -
          let the stick or pad neutral while pressing 2)
    WR  = While Running (after f,f,f or f,F if 3 steps or more away from opponent)
    BT  = With your Back Turned to your opponent (e.g. BT 3 means with your back 
          turned to the opp, press 3).
    SS  = Side-Step either way (u~N into background or d~N into foreground) (Ex:
          SS+2 means while side-stepping, press 2; either u~N+2 or d~N+2).
    SSL = SS left (to your character's left side)
    SSR = SS right (to your character's right side)
    Hit levels:
    h  = high (can be blocked standing, or ducked under; misses a crouching foe)
    m  = mid (must be blocked standing; hits a crouching foe)
    sm = special mid (can be blocked either standing or crouching)
    l  = low (must be blocked crouching; hits a standing foe)
    Capital letters (e.g. M, SM or L) mean the move also hits a grounded opponent.
     !  = unblockable
    <!> = unblockable, but can be ducked (misses a crouching foe)
    [!] = unblockable which hits grounded opponents
    *!* = unblockable which hits big grounded opponents
    Throw types:
    Front  = front throw (catches standing opponent, face towards King)
    Left   = left side throw (catches standing opponent, left side towards King)
    Right  = right side throw (catches standing opponent, right side towards King)
    Back   = back throw (catches standing opponent, back towards King)
    Crouch = crouch throw (catches ducking opponent, face towards King)
    Air    = air throw (catches opponent in mid-air, face up & feet towards King)
    Any    = catches any position except airborne opponents
    RC  = This move recovers in crouching position
    RCj = This move may recover in crouching
    BT  = This move ends with back turned to opponent
    KND = This move recovers in the knockdown position (face up, feet towards) 
    PLD = This move recovers in "play dead" position (face up, feet away)
    FCD = This move recovers in "face down" position (face down, feet towards)
    SLD = This move recovers in sliding position (face down, feet away)
    Moves' properties:
    CH  = counter hit (hitting during your opponent's move execution)
    GB  = move causes guard break (opponent recovers slower when blocked)
    BS  = move causes block stun (to attacking character, when blocked)
    GC  = guard crouch (opponent recovers in crouching position)
    OB  = forces opponent's back to face your character
    OS  = forces opponent's side to face your character
    KND = move puts opponent into knockdown position
    PLD = move puts opponent into "play dead" position
    FCD = move puts opponent into "face down" position 
    SLD = move puts opponent into sliding position
    JG  = juggles/launches into the air on hit
    BN  = bounces on hit (opponent cannot techroll)
    SH  = staggers on hit (opponent goes backwards and may fall to the ground)
    KS  = kneeling stun (opponent will recover crouching on hit)
    MS  = minor stun (usually no guaranteed followups)
    DS  = double over stun (escaped with ~f - tap f quickly after being hit)
    FS  = fall back stun (escaped with ~f)
    CS  = crumple stun (not escapable)
    b   = block modifier (ex. OSb: forces opponent's side to face you on block)
    c   = counter hit modifier (ex. CSc: crumple stuns on CH; BNc: bounces on CH)
    co  = crouch hit modifier (ex. KSco: knee stuns on crouching opponents)
    cl  = clean hit modifier (ex. KNDcl: knocks down on clean hit)
    [#] = causes this property on # hit of a string (ex. OC[1]: first hit forces
          opponent to crouch; JG[2]: second hit will juggle)
    Crush types:
    TC = Technically Crouching during the move ("crushes" highs; this move can
         duck under the opponent's high moves for some, or all, of the animation's
    TJ = Technically Jumping during the move ("crushes" lows, and some special mid
         moves, such as d+1; this move can jump over lows for some, or all, of the
         animation's frames)
    Notations related to Tekken 5 King only:
    JGS = Jaguar Step (on normal standing position, push and hold 3+4)
    iSW = Instant Shining Wizard (f~f,f+2+4 - convention used in combos)
    GS  = Giant Swing (f,HCF+1 - convention used in combos)
    | T5.0 King's move list |
    Moves with name in capital letters are new in Tekken 5. Unlike Catlord's move
    list, I only capitalized the brand new T5 King moves and not the older ones
    whose command inputs have changed (e.g. King's u/f+3+4). 
    Command               Type    Name (Stance)          Damage   Break Properties
    [f+]1+3               Front   Winding Nut            35       1
    [f+]2+4               Front   Brainbuster Suplex     35       2
    d/f+2+3               Front   Coconut Crush          40       2
    d/b+1+2               Front   Figure Four Leg Lock   40       1+2   #1
    f,HCF+1               Front   Giant Swing            45,20    1     #2
    d/b,f+2               Front   Tombstone Pile Driver  58       2
    QCB+1+2               Front   Muscle Buster (BT)     50       1+2
    (WR_f,f,f)+2+4        Front   Shining Wizard         40       1+2
    b+1+2                 Front   Irish Whip             0_5      1+2   OB #3
    = ~1+3                        = Turn Around Feint    0        1
    = ~2+4                        = Quick Slam           8        2
    = 1+2                         = Turn Around          0        1+2   OB
    = ~3+4                        = Ground Smash         10       3+4
    FC,d/b,d,d/b+1+2      Front   Rock Bottom            45       1+2
    (d_FC)+1+3            Crouch  Jumping Powerbomb      45       1
    (d_FC)+2+4            Crouch  V DRIVER               45       2
    Any Front throw       Left    Argentine Backbreaker  20,20    1
    Any Front throw       Right   Knee Crusher           42       2
    [f+]1+3               Back    Half Boston Crab       60       None
    [f+]2+4               Back    Cobra Twist            60       None
    b,f+1+2               Back    Stretch Buster         75       None
    [f+]1+3               Air     AERIAL LEG CROSS HOLD  15       None
    [f+]2+4               Air     AERIAL LEG SCREW       15       None
    (f,HCF+1)_(f,f,f+2+4) Air     RUNNING JAGUAR BOMB    22_30    None  #4
    #1 Right after King does damage, input :3+4 to reverse. Damage to King is 26.
    #2 Can be techrolled to reduce damage by 20. In Tekken 5.0, damage is 70 if
       opponent is thrown into a wall.
    #3 Must throw opponent into wall for damage (Tekken 5.0 only). Escape must be
       done just before the throw animation ends.
    #4 The f,f,f+2+4 version does 30 damage.
    Command              Type    Name (Stance)                Damage  Break Props.
    QCF+1                Front   Pile Driver                  30      1     #1
    = ~1+2                       = Arm Lock Face Buster       35      2     #2
    = 1+2,3,4,1+2                = Boston Crab                15      1+2   #2
    f,N,d,d/f+1+4        Front   Arm Breaker                  20      1
    = 1+2,1+2                    = Triple Arm Breaker         12,18   1
    = 1+2,4,2+4                  = Head Jammer                20      2
     = 4,3,4,3+4,1+2              = Arm Crucifixion           25      None
    = 2,1+2,1+2+3                = Chicken Wing Facelock      20      1+2
     = 2,1,3,1+2+4,1+2+4          = Dragon Sleeper            30      1
     = 1+3,3+4,2+4,1+2,1+2+3      = Rolling Death Cradle      70      2
    f,N,d,d/f+2+3        Front   Standing Heel Hold           25      2     #3
    = 1,2,3,1+2                  = Stepover Toehold Facelock  35      1
    = 1+2,3,1,1+3                = Scorpion Death Lock        40      2
    = 1+2,1,3,1+2                = Indian Death Lock          25      1+2
     = 1,3,4,1+2,3+4              = King's Bridge             45      None
    d/f+1+2              Front   Full Nelson Drop             25      1+2
    SS+2+4[~B]           Front   Full Nelson Drop [Cancel RC] 25      1+2   #4
    d/f,d/f+(1+3_2+4)    Crouch  Full Nelson Drop             25      1_2   #5
    = 2,2,1+2                    = Cannonball Buster          15      None
     = 1,2,3+4                    = Powerbomb                 22      1
      = 2,1,3,4                    = Giant Swing              25      1
      = 3,1,2,3+4,1+2+3+4          = Muscle Buster (BT)       30      2
     = 3+4,1+2,1+2+4              = Manhattan Drop            15      2
      = 1,2,3+4,1+2                = Victory Bomb             18      None
       = 3,1,2,3+4,1+2+3+4          = Muscle Buster (BT)      30      1
       = 2,1,3,4                    = Giant Swing             25      2
    f,d/f+(1+3_2+4)      Front   Reverse Arm Slam             22      1_2   #5
    = 2,1,1+2                    = Backdrop (PLD)             15      1_2   #5
     = 3+4,1+2                    = German Suplex             15      1
      = 1,2,3+4                    = Powerbomb                22      None
       = 2,1,3,4                    = Giant Swing             25      1
       = 3,1,2,3+4,1+2+3+4          = Muscle Buster (BT)      30      2
     = 2,2,1+2                    = Cannonball Buster         15      2
      = 1,2,3+4                    = Powerbomb                22      1
       = 2,1,3,4                    = Giant Swing             25      1
       = 3,1,2,3+4,1+2+3+4          = Muscle Buster (BT)      30      2
      = 3+4,1+2,1+2+4              = Manhattan Drop           15      2
       = 1,2,3+4,1+2                = Victory Bomb            18      None
        = 3,1,2,3+4,1+2+3+4          = Muscle Buster (BT)     30      1
        = 2,1,3,4                    = Giant Swing            25      2
    JGS (1+4_2+3)        Front   COBRA CLUTCH                 20      1_2   #6
    = 2+4,1+2,1+2                = FUNERAL SUPLEX             25      1
    = 3+4,3+4,1+2                = PICKPOCKET SLEEPER         15      2
     = 1,1,1+2                    = TRIPLE TROUBLE            4,4,12  1
     = 3,4,1+2,3+4                = STRETCH MUFFLER           23      2
    = 1,4,2,3                    = COBRA TWIST                12      None
     = 2,1,(1+3_2+4)              = REVERSE DDT               13      1_2   #5
      = 2,3,1,1+2                  = SAMURAI LOCK             24      1+2
      = 1+2,1,2,1+2+(3_4)          = FULL NELSON DROP         16      1_2   #5
       = 2,2,1+2                    = CANNONBALL BUSTER       13      2     #7
       = 3+4,1+2                    = BACKDROP (PLD)          15      None
        = 1+2,4,1+2,1+2+3            = RISING SUN             12,15   1+2
        = 1+2,3,4,(1+3_2+4)          = BURNING HAMMER         18      1_2   #5
         = 2+4,3+4,1+3,1+2+(3_4)      = SPINNING SCREWDRIVER  32      1_2   #5
    d+(1+3_2+4)          Air     DOUBLE HEEL HOLD             12      None
    = 1+2,1+2                    = FLAP JACK                  18      1
    = 2,1,3,4                    = MINI SWING                 20,10   2     #8
    FC+1+2               Any     Ultimate Tackle              5       System #9
    = 1+2                        = Cross Arm Lock             25      System
     = 1+2                        = Arm Twist                 10      None
    = 3+4                        = Cross Leg Lock             20      System
     = :1+2                       = Ultimate S.T.F.           15,15   None
    = (1,2,1)_(2,1,2)            = Mounted Punches            5,5,5   System
     = (1,2)_(2,1)                = Mounted Punches           5,5     System
     = 1+2                        = Cross Arm Lock            25      System
      = 1+2                        = Arm Twist                10      None
     = 3+4                        = Cross Leg Lock            20      System
      = :1+2                       = Ultimate S.T.F.          15,15   None
    #1 Also press 1 during the throw animation to break. The Arm Lock Face Buster
       cancels the Pile Driver, therefore its damage doesn't add to Pile Driver.
    #2 Input the proper break during the Pile Driver animation.
    #3 If the opponent escapes any of the following links, King suffers 10 damage.
    #4 If King grabs the opponent's side or back, Cannonball Buster will be the 
       first part of the multithrow. If King grabs the opponent's back, then the
       Cannonball Buster cannot be escaped.
    #5 Break is 1 if throw input was done with 1+3 and 2 if it was done with 2+4.
    #6 Break is 1 if throw input was done with 1+4 and 2 if it was done with 2+3.
    #7 Chains into Cannonball Buster links (from Full Nelson Drop series).
    #8 Can be techrolled to reduce damage by 10. In Tekken 5.0, damage is 35 on
       wall hit.
    #9 King can't do the Cross Arm Lock or Cross Leg Lock when tackling the back.
       Ultimate Tackle escapes:
     - Input 2 while being tackled to dodge the tackle.
     - Input 1+2 right when your back hits the floor to reverse the tackle; you
       can continue with your own tackle options afterwards
     - Input 1+2,2,2,2,2 after being tackled to escape Cross Arm Lock (King, Paul,
       Jin, Devil Jin, Nina & Marduk can reverse by tapping 2 once more)
     - Input 1+2,1,1,1,1 after being tackled to escape Cross Leg Lock (King, Nina
       & Marduk can reverse by tapping 1 once more)
     - Input 2 to block the first 1 (left Mounted Punch) or 1 to block the first
       2 (right Mounted Punch). Paul can reverse the first Punch with 1,1,2.
    Command              Place      Name                  Damage  Break  Notes
    (N_FC),D/B+1+3       KND        Head Bomber           33      1
    (N_FC),D/B+2+4       KND        Figure Four Leg Lock  33      2
    (N_FC),d/b+(1+3_2+4) KND        Mini Swing            20,10   1_2    #1 #2
    (N_FC),d/b+(1+3_2+4) KND left   Turn Over             0       1_2    #2
    (N_FC),d/b+(1+3_2+4) KND right  Turn Over             0       1_2    #2
    (N_FC),d/b+(1+3_2+4) PLD        Shoulder Cracker      28      1_2    #2
    (N_FC),d/b+(1+3_2+4) SLD        Wing Tearer           32      1_2    #2
    (N_FC),d/b+(1+3_2+4) FCD feet   Half Boston Crab      30      1_2    #2
    (N_FC),d/b+(1+3_2+4) FCD left   Camel Clutch          35      1_2    #2
    (N_FC),d/b+(1+3_2+4) FCD right  Bow Break             37      1_2    #2
    #1 Can be techrolled to reduce damage by 10. In Tekken 5.0, damage is 35 on
       wall hit.
    #2 Break is 1 if throw input was done with 1+3 and 2 if it was done with 2+4.
                                                          Hit Level/    Break/
    Command            Name                       Damage  Throw Type    Properties
    CH f,f,N+2         Counter Hit Stomach Smash  6       L             DS #1
    = 1+2              = Hi-Jack Back Breaker     30      Front_Crouch  Break 1+2
    = 1+2,u,d,N+3+4    = Jaguar Driver            50      Front_Crouch  Break 3+4
    (WR_f)+3           FRONT KICK                 18      m             MSc
    = :1+2             = DDT                      20      Front_Crouch  #2
    BT 3               Blind Kick                 15      M             MS CSc
    = :1+2             = Stunner                  20      Front_Crouch  #2
    CH f,f+4           Konvict Kick DDT           28,20   m,Front       CH #1
    d/f+3+4            Frankensteiner             15,30   SM,Front      #3
    #1 This move must connect as a front CH for the throw(s) to happen. Stomach
       Smash causes Double Over Stun on CH; the stun can be escaped, but doing
       this will not prevent the throws from happening.
    #2 Throw comes out only if the previous kick is a front hit.
    #3 Throw part comes out on a standing opponent in close range from the front.
    Command                Name (Stance)          Damage  Level Properties
    1                      Jab                    6       h
    f+1                    Forward Jab            8       h
    (d_d/b)+1              Low Jab (RC)           5       sm
    FC+1                   Crouch Jab (RC)        3       sm
    (WS_f,N,d,d/f,N)+1     Quick Upper            12      m
    2                      Straight               10      h
    (d_d/b)+2              Low Straight (RC)      8       sm
    FC+2                   Crouch Straight (RC)   8       sm
    3                      Hook Kick              25      h     KND
    d+3                    Low Spin Kick (RC)     12      l
    FC+3                   Crouch Spin Kick (RC)  12      l
    (WS_f,N,d,d/f,N)+3     Rising Spin Kick       28      h     KND
    4                      Right Kick             20      h     JGc
    d+4                    Shin Kick (RC)         7       l
    FC+4                   Crouch Shin Kick (RC)  10      l
    (WS_f,N,d,d/f,N)+4     Rising Mid Kick        20      m
    Command               Name (Stance)               Damage    Level Properties
    (N_f)+1,2             Palm Attack                 6_8,15     hh
    = 2+4                 = Head Jammer               30         F    Break 2
    = 2+4                 = Argentine Backbreaker     20,20      L    Break 1
    = 2+4                 = Knee Crusher              42         R    Break 2
    = 2+4                 = Cobra Twist               60         B
    = d+2+4               = V DRIVER                  45         C    Break 2
    (N_f)+1,2>1           Palm Attack, Palm Upper     6_8,15,10  hhm
    = 2+4                 = Stall Suplex              40         F    Break 2
    = 2+4                 = Argentine Backbreaker     20,20      L    Break 1
    = 2+4                 = Knee Crusher              42         R    Break 2
    = 2+4                 = Cobra Twist               60         B
    = d+2+4               = V DRIVER                  45         C    Break 2
    (d_FC)+1,N+2          Low Jab, Upper              5_3,13     smm
    d/f+1>2               Elbow Sting, Side Swipe     15,12      mm   OCb[1] OC[1]
    b+1                   SPRINT HOOK                 13         h    CSc
    u/b+1                 Water Parting Chop          30         h    SH
    f,f+1                 Jaguar Straight             23         h    OSb KND
    FC,d/f+1              Leg Breaker (RC)            21         L    JG
    2,1                   Straight, Palm Upper        10,12      hm
    f+2>2                 ROARING ELBOW RUSH          14,16      hh
    = >2[~B]              = ROLLING ELBOW [CANCEL]    21         m    OCb KS SLDc
    d/f+2                 Side Swipe                  12         m
    b+2                   Arrow Elbow                 16         h    OSb OC
    b+2*                  Arrow Straight              30         h    MS KNDc
    = d+2+4               = V DRIVER                  45         C    Break 2
    f,f+2                 ROLLING ELBOW               20         m    OCb OC
    = >1                  = SHADOW LARIAT             25         h    GB PLD
    f,f,N+2               Stomach Smash               6          L    DSc
    FC,d/f+2              BODY BLOW                   23         m    CS JG #1
    (WS_f,N,d,d/f,N)+2    Dynamite Upper              20         m    KND
    SS+2                  Side Uppercut               22         m    SH
    1+2                   Head Spinner (BT)           18         m
    = 1                   = Brutal Cyclone            21         m    KND
    u/f+1+2               Capital Punishment          35         m    OCb JG
    f+1+2                 Shadow Lariat               25         h    GB PLD
    d+1+2                 People's Elbow              21         M    GB KS
    (WS_f,N,d,d/f,N)+1+2  European Uppercut           18         m    JG
    f,N,d,d/f+1+2         Black Bomb                  28         m    KND BNc
    f,f,N+1+2             Guard Breaker               0          m    GB MSc
    f,f+1+2               Flying Cross Chop           15         h_L  GB #2
    f+1+4                 BODY CHECK                  21         m    GB MS
    f+2+3                 Shoulder Tackle             40         m    OCb KND
    f,f+2+3               Flying Body Press (SLD)     30         M    MSco PLDc #3
    (u/b_u_u/f)+2+4       Atomic Elbow Drop (PLD)     35         M    OCb KS SLDc
    u/f+3                 FALLING HEEL KICK (KND)     25_18      M    GB KND #4
    (WR_f)+3              FRONT KICK                  18         m    MSc
    d/f+3                 Rib Buster                  17         m
    = 4                   = Neck Cutter (FCD)         15         h    KND #5
    b+3                   Toll Kick                   23         h    KND
    d/b+3                 CROUCHING LOW (RC)          17         L    KS JGc
    BT 3                  Blind Kick                  15         M    MS CSc
    u/f+4                 Hopkick                     13         m    JG
    u/f,N+4               Delayed Hopkick             25         m    JG
    f+4                   Rolling Sobat               23         m    GB SH
    d/f+4                 Knee Buster                 15         l
    f,N,d,d/f+4           Jumping Dark Knee           25_37      m    GB SH KNDcl
    f,f+4                 Konvict Kick                24         m    KND
    b+4                   Disgraceful Kick (BT)       20_30      h    GB KND
    d/b+4                 Low Dropkick (RC)           16         L    SLD #6
    WR+4                  Running Ali Kick (RC)       22         L
    = 2                   = Spin Upper                10         m    KND
    = 4,4                 = Ali Kicks (RC)            7,7        LL   MS
    3+4                   JAGUAR STEP                 --         -
    u/f+3+4               Neck Cutter Kick (FCD)      28         h    GB KND
    f,f+3+4               Exploder                    25         h    GB KND #7
    (d_FC)+3+4            Ali Kick (RC)               10_14      L    #8
    = 2                   = Spin Upper                10         m    KND
    = 4,2                 = Ali Kick, Spin Upper      7,10       Lm   KND
    = 4,4                 = Ali Kicks (RC)            7,(7_5)    LL   MS
     = 2                   = Spin Upper               10         m    KND
     = 4                   = Extended Ali Kicks (RC)  4,3        LL   MS
    d/f+3+4               Frankensteiner (KND)        15         SM
    (WR_f,f,f)+3+4        Satellite Exploder (KND)    40         h_m  GB KND #9
    SS+3+4                Deadly Boomerang (SLD)      54         h    GB KND
    b+1+3                 ARM WHIP                    12,18      -    #10
    b+2+4                 Double Heel Hold            varies     -    #11
    b+2+4                 Leg Screw                   varies     -    #12
    = :3+4                = Figure 4 Leg Lock         33         -    Break 1+2
    1+2+3+4               TAUNTING DANCE              --         -
    = ~1+2+3+4            = CHARGING DANCE            --         -    #13
    #1  This move causes CS on a front hit or JG if it hits from the side or back.
    #2  Hits high at the start of the move OR low at the end. GB if blocked high.
    #3  King recovers FCD if the move whiffs or is blocked or hits a grounded
        opponent. Causes MS if hits from side or back or on a crouching opponent.
    #4  Does 25 damage on a close hit or 18 damage on far or ground hit.
    #5  Rib Buster must make contact (hit or block) for this move to come out.
    #6  King will recover in FCD if the move is blocked or whiffs.
    #7  King will recover in KND if the move whiffs.
    #8  Ali Kick properties:
        - First Ali Kick can also be done as FC,d/f+4; damage is 10 when no second
          kick is buffered; the third Ali Kick will cause knockdown if it hits the
          opponent's back.
        - If the first Ali Kick is a CH, the third kick does 5 damage pts instead
          of 7 (irregardless of whether you choose to do Spin Upper, Extended Ali
          Kicks, or nothing); also in this case, the third kick causes a longer
          minor stun if hits (enough for King to get free FC/WS moves).
        - Spin Upper (after 2 or 3 Ali Kicks) and Extended Ali Kicks are possible
          only if the first Ali Kick was a CH. The last hit of the Extended Ali
          Kicks causes minor stun (long enough for King to get free FC/WS moves).
    #9  Hits high at the start or mid at the end.
    #10 Right punch reversal. Damage in Tekken 5.1 is standard reversal damage
        (damage of reversed move plus 25 points).
    #11 Left kick reversal, does standard reversal damage
    #12 Right kick reversal, does standard reversal damage
    #13 Dancing animation can't be cancelled, but King remains charged after the
        dance is over.
    JAGUAR STEP MOVES (Only done from Jaguar Step - when standing, 3+4)
    Command            Name                   Damage      Level  Properties
    3+4                JAGUAR STEP            --          -
    = 3+4*             = ADDITIONAL SPINS     --          -      #1
    = (1+4_2+3)        = COBRA CLUTCH         20          Front  #2
    = 2                = JAGUAR ELBOW         15_18_22    m      OCb OC SLDc #3
    = 4                = JAGUAR HIGH          35_42_52    h      GB KND #3
    = d/f+4            = JAGUAR MID           23_27_34    m      OCb GB KND #3
    #1 King will get dizzy and fall after 6 spins.
    #2 Chains into Cobra Clutch links, see Multithrows above.
    #3 Damage increases with each spin. JGS 4 is unblockable after 3 spins, JGS
       d/f+4 causes GB after 3 spins. 
    Command            Name (Stance)                     Damage  Level  Properties
    f+1+2*             Jaguar Impact                     50      <!>    KND
    BT 1+2             Atomic Blaster                    50      <!>    KND
    u/f+1+2*           Burning Knuckle                   45      [!]    KND
    u/b~u~u/f+1+2      QUICK BURNING KNUCKLE             45      [!]    KND
    1+4                Twist Moonsault Body Press (FCD)  25      [!]    PLD
    BT 1+4             Quick Moonsault Body Press (FCD)  30      [!]    PLD
    JGS(3-5 spins) 4   JAGUAR HIGH                       52      <!>    KND
    | Move analysis |
    If a move is not covered below, it means that move is useless and there are
    better moves to use, so you know what to assume about f,f,N+2, QCF+1 etc. This
    way, I'll save some file size...
    Throws & Multithrows
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Winding Nut             [f+]1+3                    front throw      1
    Brainbuster Suplex      [f+]2+4                    front throw      2
    The basic throws, which are OK for a simple mixup. Both of them will leave the
    opponent in the PLD position (face up and feet towards), nothing is guaranteed
    but you have a good wakeup game. Sometimes 1+3 leaves King in BT if done near
    the wall (the exact circumstance for this to happen evades me at this moment),
    and 2+4 switches sides with your opponent. They are also the basic airthrows;
    this kills the old tactic of doing jumping moves to avoid being thrown.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Giant Swing             f,HCF+1                    front throw      1
    10 frames, long range and good damage (mad damage if King throws them into a
    wall) make this one the most dreaded of King's throws. A wall hit also leads
    to extra guaranteed followups if in range. Hands down, the best throw in the
    game, much to the displeasure of Julia's Mad Axes fans ;)
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Tombstone Pile Driver   d/b,f+2                    front throw      2
    Does huge damage, but the range is kind of short. Still a good throw because
    it can be buffered much like the GS. It leaves them in PLD position at close
    distance, so good wakeup games afterwards. A d+4 is guaranteed on Jack-5 and
    Kuma/Panda (you can also try d+3). If you're quick, a d+3+4 might catch them
    just before they get up.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Muscle Buster           QCB+1+2                    front throw      1+2
    King's best 1+2-break throw, if you can get it. Looks cool, and you get some
    good oki after it, a free BT 3 on most characters (on male characters, wait a
    split second before hitting BT 3; the kick won't hit females, Roger or Wang).
    You can also get BT d+4, FC+3+4,2 for a mini-juggle if they try to move, or go
    for BT 1+4 if they stay there. This throw also tracks slightly both directions
    and switches sides with the enemy, being useful near walls. Its range is that
    of a basic throw.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Shining Wizard          (WR_f,f,f)+2+4             front throw      1+2
    Another good throw to mix up with GS, great priority, 1+2-break and its range
    make it very good. Learn to use the iSW (instant Shining Wizard) to grab them
    often. WR+2+4 is very obvious so mix that up with WR+1+3/GS from time to time.
    It leaves them face up, side towards King, an f+3 is very likely to hit moving
    opponents (it seems to hit Kuma...even if he doesn't move?) Free df+4 on bigs.
    This throw also switches sides if the opponent breaks it. The command is hard
    to pull out, f,f,f+2+4 is not easy to execute when King is only a dash away 
    from his opponent, so you may have to spend a lot of time practicing the iSW
    motion, but it's worth every bit of it.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Irish Whip              b+1+2                      front throw      1+2
    = Turn Around Feint     = ~1+3                     link             1
    = Quick Slam            = ~2+4                     link             2
    = Turn Around           = 1+2                      link             1+2
    = Ground Smash          = ~3+4                     link             3+4
    Not very damaging, but the best throw in terms of tracking. However, it does
    have slightly shorter range than basic throws, and comes out 1 frame slower
    as well. All options afterwards (including N, or b+1+2 by itself) have some
    guaranteed followups. A great throw against the wall, since it leads to wall
    splat. Note that b+1+2~3+4 leaves you BT'ed for a free shot on your back if
    escaped, so beware of abusing it.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Figure Four Leg Lock    d/b+1+2                    front throw      1+2
    Quick 1+2-break throw, 40 damage. Free d+4 on bigs. The JF "reversal" is still
    present, but it's an actual justframe, it takes mad timing to pull it out.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Coconut Crush           d/f+2+3                    front throw      2
    Quick but average 2-break throw, 40 damage. No guaranteed followups.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Jumping Powerbomb       d+1+3                      crouch throw     1
    V Driver                d+2+4                      crouch throw     2
    These crouch throws can be used after low parry, if the hopkick doesn't reach.
    But aside from that, both of them are useless for the most part, as they will
    miss if the opponent does any move (unless it's a TC move, which can be crouch
    thrown out of if you have enough time, or a TJ move, because they will become
    the air multithrow starter). Overall, any solid mid attack like d/f+1>2 is way
    better than crouch throws, because not only it does hit any ducking opponent,
    but it also hits them out of FC and WS moves, and it still hits them when they
    are ducking while side or back turned; both things that the crouch throws just
    can't do.
    Name                    Command                       Hit level      Break
    ----                    -------                        ---------      -----
    Argentine Backbreaker   any throw (at opp's left)     side throw     1
    Knee Crusher            any throw (at opp's right)    side throw     2
    I just mention these because they do decent damage and give really great oki.
    After the left sidethrow, King has a guaranteed u/f+2+4, and after the right
    one, there is a free ground throw mixup or d/b+3 or d/b+4 or u/f+3. But don't
    expect to nail many of these - sidethrows are probably the most broken throws
    in Tekken. They always have the same escape, depending on the side which is
    thrown, no matter what throw you used. If you find yourself at your opponent's
    side, it's better to hit u/f+4 and start a sidejuggle.
    Name                    Command                       Hit level      Break
    ----                    -------                        ---------      -----
    Stretch Buster          (behind opponent) b,f+1+2     back throw     none
    Major props if you can get this one against a skilled opponent. There are some
    setups for this move, such as the b+1+2,1+2 Irish Whip (which will turn their
    back while keeping them close to you), but it's far from guaranteed as long as
    your enemy can duck before it comes out. However, it does come to my attention
    that when doing the b,f+1+2 on the backturned opponent, if he/she turns around
    before being thrown, the grab will become the Muscle Buster! This is very good 
    indeed, since King still does great damage, if the opponent doesn't escape (I
    don't know if it's escapable under this circumstance, I guess it probably is,
    but I never had it broken in the few, rare ocassion I landed it) and means the
    throw was positively improved from earlier games (because if you attempt this
    same thing in Tekken 3, Tag or 4, King's hands would go through the opponent,
    leaving him completely open to an enemy blow).
    Name                    Command                        Hit level    Break
    ----                    -------                         ---------    -----
    Aerial Leg Screw        (opponent airborne) [f+]2+4    air throw    none
    Out of the basic airthrows, this is the one you will land the most, since it's
    easier for King's right hand to make contact with the opponent's left foot. He
    basically does the same animation of his right kick reversal, switching sides
    with the opponent and leaving him/her in standard knockdown position. However,
    there's nothing for free afterwards, although you're able to catch a back roll
    with u/f+1+2 or try f,f+2+3 if they lay there, or attempt a CD or maybe a JGS
    mixup if they quickrise. It's not really a bad airthrow, but given enough time
    and practice, you can always replace this with air f,HCF+1 or f,f,f+2+4.
    Name                    Command                        Hit level    Break
    ----                    -------                         ---------    -----
    Running Jaguar Bomb     (opponent airborne) f,HCF+1    air throw    none
    Running Jaguar Bomb     (opponent airborne) f,f,f+2+4  air throw    none
    This move is responsible for King's new great damage juggles. Not only it does
    huge damage for a juggle ender - it will also make King run forwards quite a 
    distance (carrying them towards walls nicely) and leaving them at your mercy
    in standard KND position right at your feet, once again nothing is guaranteed,
    but you can go into your average wakeup games from there (d/f+1,2 or even f+3
    pickup if they quickrise, or ground throw if they stay on ground). The air GS
    version is much easier to land, it does a bit less damage, but allows for the
    same wakeup games. Furthermore, in some juggles such as u/f+4, f+1+2, f+3, GS,
    it's the only option for an airthrow at this point, since an iSW requires more
    time and room to execute and hence it's less practical.
    The iSW airthrow is one of those advanced tools able to turn the match's tide
    in your favor whenever you land it, so be prepared to sit down and spend a few
    weeks (or months) in Practice Mode in order to make your King truly dreaded!
    Name                Command                            Hit level    Break
    ----                -------                             ---------    -----
    Double Heel Hold    (opponent airborne) d+(1+3_2+4)    air throw    none
    = Flap Jack         = 1+2,1+2                          link         1
    = Mini Swing        = 2,1,3,4                          link         2
    King's air multi can be used to finish some juggles, and as an air hit it can
    connect pretty low to the ground, provided that they're close enough. It also
    hits on a grounded character rolling forwards or backwards (easier to land if
    they're rolling forwards, as the range on d+2+4 is very short). Basically, it
    is an airthrow which hits lower than regular airthrows, and leaves you with
    the option of ending there for decent wakeups, or choose one of the two links
    available afterwards for extra damage.
    Name                      Command                     Hit level     Break
    ----                      -------                      ---------     -----
    Arm Breaker               f,N,d,d/f+1+4               front throw   1
    = Triple Arm Breaker      = 1+2,1+2                   link          1
    = Head Jammer             = 1+2,4,2+4                 link          2
     = Arm Crucifixion         = 4,3,4,3+4,1+2            link          none
    = Chicken Wing Facelock   = 2,1+2,1+2+3               link          1+2
     = Dragon Sleeper          = 2,1,3,1+2+4,1+2+4        link          1
     = Rolling Death Cradle    = 1+3,3+4,2+4,1+2,1+2+3    link          2
    Standing Heel Hold        f,N,d,d/f+2+3               front throw   2
    = S.T.F                   = 1,2,3,1+2                 link          1
    = Scorpion Death Lock     = 1+2,3,1,1+3               link          2
    = Indian Death Lock       = 1+2,1,3,1+2               link          1+2
     = King's Bridge           = 1,3,4,1+2,3+4            link          none
    Use these as part of King's CD game: mix both CD+1+4 and CD+2+3 with CD to mid
    hits like CD~WS+1+2, CD,u/f+4, etc. The CD multithrows are much faster now, so
    they're more likely to throw them. Also, unlike other throws, both CD+1+4 and
    CD+2+3 share the same grab animation (i.e. there's no visual difference before
    King makes contact; in both grabs, King's hands are extending equally far). Be
    warned that a CD doesn't cover that much ground and is mostly used to go under
    the opponent's high attacks.
    Name                            Command            Hit level        Break
    ----                            -------             ---------        -----
    SS Full Nelson Drop [cancel]    SS+2+4[~B]         front throw      1+2
    The SS+2+4~B can be used as emergency maneuver to evade most things in a hurry
    (Obviously, King's big sliding SS will be nullified if there was a wall at the
    side you were sidestepping to, so keep that in mind). The cancel recovers too
    slow to go for a FC or WS move before they attack, and the actual multithrow
    gets escaped (if not ducked) often, so it's wise to just keep it short.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Cobra Clutch            JGS 1+4                    front throw      1
    Cobra Clutch            JGS 2+3                    front throw      2
    Not as useful as the CD multithrow starters. It's much harder to setup and get
    it to land because you can't cancel the JGS inmediately into a standing guard,
    and the fact that a random jab can juggle you doesn't help either. In the rare
    event of landing the JGS multi starter, 1,4,2,3 is the obvious choice, then it
    gets easy, VERY EASY to break. Although you may be able to kill your opponent
    by taking the longest path, most of the links will do little damage, and more
    links mean more break points, so this doesn't have an extremely good payoff.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Full Nelson Drop        d/f,d/f+1+3                crouch throw     1
    Full Nelson Drop        d/f,d/f+2+4                crouch throw     2
    New to T5 King, d/f,d/f+1+3 is the same as d/f,d/f+2+4 but with 1 as break, so
    you can now mix these two up to prevent escapes. As with the standard crouch
    throws, they can be used after low parry (the low parry will act as the first
    d/f in the input sequence). Besides that, they have the same flaws of regular
    crouch throws which I already explained in depth before.
    Name                    Command                    Hit level        Break
    ----                    -------                     ---------        -----
    Head Bomber             (opp KND) (N_FC),D/B+1+3   ground throw     1
    Figure Four Leg Lock    (opp KND) (N_FC),D/B+2+4   ground throw     2
    Use these for the ground throw mixup; d/b+(1+3_2+4) is sort of weak, as they
    can tech afterwards (unless you toss them into a wall). Also, notice that they
    can be done out of FC in T5, plus you can also mix them up to make them harder
    to escape, no matter what their grounded position is (other grounded positions
    will give you different ground throws, but they're a mixup and there's not an
    unique break depending on the position anymore).
    Oh, and definitely use these after wall combos; if they break them, you get a
    free b+3 for more wall combos or a well timed f,f,f+2+4 (iSW) for a backthrow.
    The ground throw attempt is hard to get at this point, but it's guaranteed as
    long as you do it right. More on this further in the combo/juggle section.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Left Jab                        [f+]1           h
    1 is 9 frames, +2 on block, which makes 1 (blocked), 1,2 uninterruptable. The
    f+1 is 10 frames but does more damage, and gives the same advantage on block.
    1 alone is of King's best pressuring tools, specially when it comes to beat 8
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Palm Attack                     [f+]1,2         h,h
    = Head Jammer                   = 2+4           front throw      Break 2
    = V Driver                      = d+2+4         crouch throw     Break 2
    1,2 is 9 frames, -1 on block. It's a good jail string combo, but has a bit of
    disadvantage on guard, meaning you can't keep the pressure well with the 1,2
    alone. However, this is the start of the 1,2>1 strings. Those throws aren't
    really worth the effort (even though you can consider using 1,2,2+4 once in a
    while, assuming you have mixed with 1,2, GS and 1,2 into mids properly)
    Furthermore, if the 1,2 is blocked and you are sure they will beat you with
    their move, you can also backdash, do a reversal, SS, etc. You don't have to
    play offense all the time.
    Name                           Command          Hit level        Properties
    ----                           -------           ---------        ----------
    Palm Attack, Upper             [f+]1,2>1        h,h,m
    = Stall Suplex                 = 2+4            front throw      Break 2
    = V Driver                     = d+2+4          crouch throw     Break 2
    Here is where things become interesting. As the command implies, the last hit
    of 1,2>1 can be delayed. This can be tempting, because if the last 1 is a CH,
    you have a guaranteed 2,1 (unless the opponent was way too far, or if they eat
    the 1,2 before the last 1 hit; if that's the case, they often get pushed back)
    If the last 1 is blocked, you remain completely safe; no move can punish you.
    If you fear the range problem, you can go for the 4th and 5th hits of his ten
    hit string (1,2>1,1,2); as in the above case, if the 3rd hit is a CH, then the
    rest is guaranteed, however this comes at the sacrifice of safety - you can be
    punished after the 5th hit on block by 10 frame moves. Furthermore, if you are
    greedy, you can replace those 4th and 5th hits with the canned 2+4 (since they
    cannot duck in this case, just break it) or a very fast GS (very hard to do it
    fast before they can duck, but possible) for a good 50/50 guessing game where
    you're rewarded with 40+ damage if they guess wrong.
    1,2>1 can be used for pressure, since if they try to attack after the 2, the
    last 1 will CH them, so you can hit 2,1 for free. Consider 1,2>1 an equivalent
    of Nina's 1,2>3 or Bryan's 1,2>1 (although has arguably a much weaker payoff),
    and mix it up with other options after 1,2.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Elbow Sting, Side Swipe         d/f+1>2         m,m              OCb[1] OC[1]
    Two mid-hit combo. This is what you mixup your throws with. Learn to always
    delay SLIGHTLY the 2 for better frames (i.e. advantage) on hit and block. It
    is good for punishing certain moves on block (Julia's 1~1,1 etc.) and duckers
    in general. It becomes unsafe if not delayed and blocked by the wall. Still,
    this is King's best mid move because of its good speed, decent range, damage
    and safety.
    Name                          Command           Hit level        Properties
    ----                          -------            ---------        ----------
    Low Jab, Upper                (d_FC)+1,N+2      sm,m
    Very short range high crusher. Fast, kills jabs and high stuff up close, but
    barely safe on block. It whiffs often, if you're not careful about the range.
    Don't be surprised if you see d+1 interrupting a TC move and the N+2 missing
    completely. Also, watch out if the d+1 whiffs, because the weak push-back on 
    the N+2 will vanish completely, which means you'll eat jabs on block. Be very
    careful when using this move, or better yet - don't use it at all. I advise
    to use d+2 instead of d+1,N+2 (despite being 1 frame slower) because it does
    more damage (than a d+1 alone I mean), it has better frames on block and hit,
    it has longer reach (also slightly longer than standing jabs, surprisingly)
    while still keeping the TC properties of d+1. You may disagree with this, but
    it's far better to sacrifice those 8-10 extra points of damage if that means
    decreasing the probabilities of whiffing your move to an acceptably low level.
    This move was once a great lifesaver for King in earlier Tekkens, but in its
    current form, it has been weakened so much that it's near to useless.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Sprint Hook                     b+1             h                CSc
    Arguably King's best new move. It has sheer speed, good reach and stuns on CH.
    A normal hit gives you good frame advantage, thus you can also buffer throws
    from here. Safe on block - overall it works much like a mid range magic 4. It
    also has a secondary role of punishing your opponent's moves when you're too
    far for jab strings to reach. It's one of his best moves, just don't abuse it,
    or they will start ducking.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Water Parting Chop              u/b+1           h                SH
    It's a wrestling slap, fairly strong on hit but slow, easily ducked and also
    jab punishable if blocked at close range, but it's actually VERY HANDY against
    certain characters. It's the best cure against Baek's triple SSL; it covers a
    pretty wide area from King's front to his left side, thus it's useful for the
    purpose of tracking. If that's not good enough, King also does a small SSL as
    he does the move, you can perform it during a SSL for increased evasion effect
    and even better tracking to your left side. On hit, it deals a good chunk of
    damage and causes a brief stagger giving King the initiative. Aside from that,
    there's little reason to attempt this move, as it comes out slowly and leaves
    you vulnerable if blocked, despite the fact that most of the time King seems
    to end a bit off-axis on block and therefore he might not eat some jab strings
    in it's totality (but f+1,2 for most characters still should work).
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Jaguar Straight                 f,f+1           h                OSb KND
    High strike, slow but safe on block. On hit gives free oki - d+3+4 or FC,df+3.
    The positioning after it hits is really sweet, you can also pickup with f,f+3.
    If blocked, it turns their right side towards King, and you can evade ANY move
    the opponent tries with a simple SSL. This can be used sometimes as a punisher
    for whiffs, but f+1+2 is still better, basically due to longer range, slightly
    more damage and gives better oki on a far hit. The only real advantages that
    f,f+1 has over f+1+2 is that it can be done out of CD, and is a bit better on
    block, however those plusses don't quite make up for all the other advantages
    that f+1+2 has.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Leg Breaker                     FC,d/f+1        L                JG
    Very slow and lowparriable on reaction. On the good side, it does crush highs
    consistently and juggles on hit. That being said, it's better to save this for
    oki or post low block stun. It's good to learn those f,f+3 juggles, as this is
    one of the few launchers that can ALWAYS hit after blocking Roger Jr's SS+4,
    Law's d/b+4, etc. On block, this move is good bait for King's reversals...but
    that's if they block it.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Straight, Upper                 2,1             h,m
    10-frame jab combo, 0 on block. Good to poke, annoy and set up throws. However
    it's not a jail string, meaning they might reverse or punch parry the 1 after
    blocking the 2, but this happens very sparingly, if it does (it's very hard to
    do, but it's possible). Good advantage on hit, plus it doesn't push them away
    on hit as much as other moves, which is why you see King players buffering
    throws a lot from 2,1 since day.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Roaring Elbow Rush              f+2>2           h,h
    = Rolling Elbow [Cancel]        = >2 [B]        m                OCb KS SLDc
    f+2 has decent reach, hits high but it's safe, hence is an OK poke sometimes.
    f+2,2 (no delay between hits) is a natural combo, but cannot be used to poke
    that often because they can block the first hit and duck the second. It's more
    useful for punishing some moves that push away on block (like Mishimas' WS+4,4
    tsunami kicks) or juggle filler. If for some act of God you get the third hit
    on CH, the d+3+4 is free. The full string can be used an as easy juggle ender,
    but it's better to stick with iSW airthrow for that purpose.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Side Swipe                      d/f+2           m
    King's fastest mid. It lost range from previous games, though. It tracks well,
    so use it mainly to hit sidesteppers up close. Can be used to set up a throw.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Rolling Elbow                   f,f+2           m                OCb OC
    = Shadow Lariat                 = >1            h                GB PLD
    f,f+2~1 is pretty good to punish backrollers up close, as f,f+2 picks them off
    ground and the 1 lands in mid air, and then you can continue juggling (a bonus
    is that you're safe from wakeup kicks if you whiff the whole thing). It's also
    used in wall combos, right after wall stun, but usually unreliable and/or hard
    to land. A f,f+2 alone is better to force mixups on a techroller. This string
    combos on CH, even if the 1 is delayed a lot, but due to the slow speed on the
    first hit, the CH will never happen.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Body Blow                       FC,d/f+2        m                CS JG
    This looks different compared to his old FC,d/f+2 launcher, but it's the same
    move in the end. Strictly used to punish blocked sweeps (post low block stun),
    since it recovers horribly on block. f+3 hits afterwards for some nasty juggle
    damage. Side note, if you do the move after blocking a sweep from max range,
    it hits but then you're out of range to juggle. In these cases, the FC,d/f+1
    gives you much better positioning. FC,d/f+2 does slightly less damage (21 pts
    to be exact) in the 5.1 version of the game. On a side or back hit, this move
    will launch instead of causing the usual crumple stun on a front hit, after a
    back hit if you're not too far you can still juggle with f+1, f+2,2,2.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Side Uppercut                   SS+2            m                SH
    Decent SS poke, fast enough to punish after SS'ing an enemy attack. If you do
    the sidestep to their weakest side (which you should be always doing), you'll
    have even more chances to hit them. This is safe on block for the most part if
    spaced out right (few characters can really punish on block), unless of course
    it was blocked near walls, and even then only jabs or fast 4s can punish. On a
    hit, SS+2 makes them stagger for a few frames, which is usually good for iSW
    setup or maybe CD mixups.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Head Spinner, Brutal Cyclone    1+2,1           m,m              KND
    A slow two mid-hit combo. It does solid damage by itself, and knocks down for
    momentum or wall splat, allows for decent wall combos. It's barely unsafe on
    block, a few characters in the game can launch King after blocking this (Bryan
    being one of them), the rest of the cast gets maybe some fast long poke. This
    does work better from a SS since it's slow and linear, hence they might easily
    interrupt it with just about anything. It's also useful after parrying a low
    kick (if their back is to the wall or if the hopkick doesn't reach them) or as
    punisher after some moves on block (again, if u/f+4 doesn't reach).
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Shadow Lariat                   f+1+2           h                GB PLD
    One of King's weak whiff punishers. It's not as fast as it looks, but it does
    have a lot of range. You can use this to punish some moves that have good push
    back on block, like Baek's CD+3 or Julia's SS+3+4. On hit, it gives free BT 3
    (must delay it a little to get it guaranteed), or d/b+3_d/b+4_u/f+3 or even a
    ground throw attempt, depending of your positioning afterwards (if you did it
    from far range, or after a push back move, the opponent usually falls right in
    front of King). It can also be used to close mid gaps, and tracks slightly an
    opponent's SSR. Very safe move, unless it gets ducked.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    People's Elbow                  d+1+2           M                GB KS
    Slow oki move, more for show-off if anything IMHO. Guaranteed after both kick
    reversals, the b+1+2~3+4 and the b,f+1+2 backthrow I think, but not that much
    besides a followup for those grabs. It's usually overshadowed by u/f+3 (which
    does a bit less damage, but comes out much faster) in most situations.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Capital Punishment              u/f+1+2         m                OCb JG
    Same move from T4/TTT. Pretty slow windup, extremely SSable, and random jabs
    will float King out of it. However, it gives King advantage on block, juggles
    on any hit (a CH means better juggles though) and has good range. Very useful
    on backrollers and for crushing lows, specially wakeup sweeps from a grounded
    position (does much better than u/f+4 at that). u/f+1+2 is also the only King
    move that normally doesn't hit ground, but can hit a grounded Jack-5 or Kuma,
    just as it used to do in previous Tekken games (all other moves that used to
    do this in the past, such as WS+4, d/f+1 and CD+4, have lost this property).
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Guard Breaker                   f,f,N+1+2       m                GB MSc
    An offensive push. It doesn't do any damage, but hits quickly and breaks their
    guard, allowing for a free b+3 on counterhit. If the opponent's back is close
    to a wall and f,f,N+1+2 connects on CH, then you get free u/f+4 and subsequent
    wall splat. This move is very fast, hits mid, and tracks to King's right, but
    it has really short range, so it's more useful and deadly near walls. Learn to
    "see" the minor stun effect on CH, so you can get your free followups and not
    get blocked or whiff if the move doesn't connect on CH. If this move connects
    on regular hit, the opponent is pushed back just a bit, nothing is guaranteed,
    but your foe is still at frame disadvantage, so you can buffer GS or try iSW,
    or a b+1 if they try something stupid (can only be crushed). If the opponent
    blocks it, you can still interrupt most moves with King's jabs.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Black Bomb              f,N,d,d/f+1+2           m                KND BNc
    One of King's most powerful CH juggle starters. Black Bomb recovers horribly
    slow on block so that nearly every character gets free launchers on you, but
    it's fairly fast and has some good priority, thus you can actually beat other
    moves with it. Furthermore, CH CD+1+2 leads to massive damage combos (about 70
    or 90 damage depending on your air iSW skills) and CH'ing with this move can
    really decide the round; so you should think about using it, even if sparingly
    at least.
    Actually, it's also possible to space yourself out of range before attempting
    the CD+1+2 so if your opponent blocks, the move pushes away on block reducing
    the amount of punishment to eat (for example: if you hit SS+2, u/b+1, or the
    f+4 in the 5.0 version of this game - the small stagger these 3 moves create
    will push them back, and here is when you can attempt a CD+1+2 without risks
    of being interrupted and if blocked, they will be too far for some close range
    launchers to hit you - for instance Jin's d+3+4 or u/f+4 will not reach King). 
    Another situation where the CD+1+2 is usable, is against people who do wakeup
    kicks from grounded, as it beats them easily for the CH bounce.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    European Uppercut       (WS_f,N,d,d/f,N)+1+2    m                JG
    An average WS launcher, very useful to punish ducked throws, high attacks and
    those blocked lows. It also comes out of CD easily, can avoid highs decently,
    and is completely safe on block. This move also has suprisingly good tracking.
    I've seen King trying to follow Xiaoyu when she was doing her f,f+3+4 move, in 
    which she jumps high over her opponent and ends facing his/her back, and King
    literally turned 180 degrees attempting to follow her! This move can even be 
    used as pickup in okizeme, because if it lands on a rolling opponent, you can
    tack on a d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 small juggle easily. The flaws of WS+1+2 are mostly
    in its rather slow speed, and the range which isn't that good (even though the
    move has "ghost range" in that its hitbox is larger than the actual animation
    shows), thus it's far from abusable. Still one of King's greatest assets, so 
    keep it in mind.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Body Check                      f+1+4           m                GB MS
    Lots of priority, but not that much reach (which is why it was dubbed "King's
    flash"). This move has very good properties; on block, it gives advantage and
    1,2 or 2,1 afterwards can't be interrupted or ducked; on hit, it sort of draws
    them closer to King, which makes up for a godlike throw setup. Still, I'd like
    to emphazise its modest range, plus it has an annoying trend to whiff ducking
    opponents (unless they're big characters). Cannot be reversed.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Shoulder Tackle                 f+2+3           m                OCb KND
    Shoulder charge. A risky move, but somewhat useful for closing gaps. It works
    nicely vs backdash, sway/hayashida, Marduk's VTS backdash, etc. Semi-safe on
    guard, depending on your distance before the move was blocked (free WS+4 if
    blocked up close). An interesting note about f+2+3 is that you can actually
    perform it from BT stance for a brief amount of time after ending backturned
    (enter the command as if King was normally facing forwards); by doing this,
    King will run away from his enemy creating a lot of space in a hurry, getting
    himself out of some dangerous situations (if they try to run up and chase you,
    you're still able to CH BT 3 'em out of moves). This move is very linear (but
    still has good chances of hitting big chars in the midst of their SS) and has
    a huge lag on whiff, so don't get predictable with it.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Flying Body Press               f,f+2+3         M                MSco PLDc
    Not extremely useful unless it's in a guaranteed situation, or in wall combos
    and such. It's still the T4 version which only knocks down on clean or CH (and
    leaves you open to okizeme on block and even regular hit). This move is best
    used after the b+1+2~2+4 throw since it's a guaranteed followup and does nice
    damage (well, the u/f+2+4 is guaranteed too, but it doesn't do full damage if
    they try to get up or move quickly - f,f+2+3 always does full damage and King
    can get up faster after this move I believe).
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Atomic Elbow Drop       (u/b_u_u/f)+2+4         M                OCb KS SLDc
    As with the f,f+2+3, it's only viable in wall combos or guaranteed situations.
    As far as I know, u/f+2+4 is guaranteed after a left side throw and b+1+2~2+4.
    You can also use this (u/b+2+4 version) to escape away from some rare "deer in
    the headlights unblockable coming your way" scenarios, but that looks kind of
    stupid, and most of the time you could have done better things instead.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Front Kick              f+3                     m                MSc
    = DDT                   = :1+2                  throw shift
    King's #2 mid. Short reach, but it has OK speed, great damage, and cannot be
    punished at all. On front hit, the :1+2 (DDT) is always guaranteed. Useful in
    oki to pickup (provided you're close to them) and juggle filler as well. You
    can also do f+3 out of dash/CD to increase the range if needed. The DDT throw
    leaves opponent face up, side towards King and if they try to get up quickly
    you may get them BT'ed (either d+3+4,4,4 or d+3+4,2). A CH f+3 gives a heavy
    stun in which they cannot duck under high moves for a while, nor interrupt,
    but the free DDT is the jackpot.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Rib Buster                      d/f+3           m
    = Neck Cutter                   = 4             h                KND
    Mid poke with good reach, much like Yoshi's d/f+4, tracks SSR. CH d/f+3,4 is a
    natural combo, but if d/f+3 was blocked, you can be jabbed between the kicks.
    d/f+3 alone is safe for poking, whereas d/f+3,4 is good to kill SSR moves or
    if used sparingly (say, if they try to rush with slow stuff after blocking the
    first kick).
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Crouching Low                   d/b+3           L                KS JGc
    King's new low, it has fairly long range, crushes highs and juggles on CH. The
    small advantage you get on regular hit makes it a setup for FC/WS. However, it
    is very possible to parry it on reaction. Best used on anticipation of most
    highs (you should have +frames to start with if used up close).
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Toll Kick                       b+3             h                KND
    Long range thrust kick. It pushes away on block so it's a semi-safe move (it
    depends on your opponent's stuff). Retaliation of choice after push-away moves
    like Paul's deathfist, Hei's f,f+2 or blonde bomb. Handy whiff punisher since
    it sends them flying across the screen on hit, usually for a wall splat.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Falling Heel Kick               u/f+3           M                GB KND
    This is probably King's best groundhitter as of date. It's guaranteed after a
    d/b+4 on standing opponents, hits mid, jumps over lows for a reliable hit and
    keeps King safe on block due to guard break. Nice low risk oki move.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Blind Kick                      BT 3            M                MS CSc
    = Stunner                       = :1+2          throw shift
    Part of BT mixups after a successful QCB+1+2 throw (guaranteed if the QCB+1+2
    landed on a big), and followup to f+1+2 on ocassions. Unsafe on block, but can
    now hurt a lot on CH (dash deep enough to get the f,f+3 pickup). The stunner
    afterwards is optional; if the BT 3 front hits, it's guaranteed, but you must
    leave it out if you want the CH crumple stun for more damage.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Right Kick                      4               h                JGc
    King's "magic 4". Although practically replaced by b+1 for purposes of quick
    CH hunter, it's worth noting that 4 is much harder to punish on whiff, and it
    always juggles on a CH, even if the opponent was side or back turned (CH b+1
    only stuns on a FRONT counter hit). 4 also tracks better to King's right.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Rolling Sobat (Tekken 5.0)      f+4             m                SH
    Rolling Sobat (Tekken 5.1)      f+4             m                KND CSc
    Yet another mid kick. Despite the looks, its range isn't as hot, this reaches
    about as far as the standard 4. It crushes lows (not the low jabs, these will
    juggle you out of it) and tracks to King's left side. It's much like SS+2 in
    that it causes small stagger on hit, and if blocked you're barely safe (is jab
    punishable when blocked near walls). This is one of those moves which can be
    either good or bad, depending on who your opponent is: the "not-so-long-as-it-
    looks" reach and hitbox detection issues are pretty annoying, and there are 
    several moves that could travel under it somehow. Main use of this is for a 
    close range mid instead of d/f+1>2 if your opponent likes to hit you low.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Knee Buster                     d/f+4           l
    You'll probably use this more now that d+4 has been weakened in recovery since
    this move is King's only safe, quick low poke. It still lacks range (in fact,
    its range is shorter than his generic d+4) so make sure you're pretty close to
    them before trying. Can be a bait for both of King's reversals against some WS
    trigger-happy players if blocked. It's also a quick ground hit against the big
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Low Dropkick                    d/b+4           L                SLD
    Low dropkick. Slower than d/b+3, but much safer on block or whiff, since you
    are grounded. A smart opponent can easily low parry d/b+4 and launch, though. 
    Thing is, it crushes low moves and can avoid highs at the end. Actually, it's
    an exceptional low crush move, because it hits low and ground, thus no matter
    how low does their move crouch, King will always hit them. Plus, an u/f+3 is
    guaranteed afterwards for decent combined damage. You can rely on this move to
    crush other low attacks with outstanding TC property, such as Feng's SS+4, or 
    Xiaoyu's SS+3, which tend to go under a lot of other low crushes like f+4 or 
    u/f+4. Also, another use for d/b+4 is as tech catcher after juggles ending in
    d+3+4,2, like CH d/b+3, WS+4, d+3+4,2 for instance. If they techroll, it will
    catch them for the free u/f+3, and if they stay there, you will probably nail
    them grounded anyway. It doesn't do a heap of damage for a tech trap, but if
    it misses, you're safe.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
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    Hopkick                         u/f+4           m                JG
    King's fastest non-CH launcher, beats most lows up close. It's punishable by
    jabs on block, but it will lead to half (or near half) life juggles, so it's a
    move you can't live without. Great punisher after SS'ing or blocking moves, if
    the window is big enough.
    Name                            Command         Hit level        Properties
    ----                            -------          ---------        ----------
    Delayed Hopkick                 u/f,N+4         m                JG
    Slower than u/f+4 but does more damage. It's another post low block launcher,
    like FC,d/f+2, WS+1+2 and FC,d/f+1. This one gets you the most damage, but it
    is unreliable when the opponent is left is some weird position (like Roger's
    SS+4, Law's d/b+4 or Nina's d,d/f+4...you might use u/f,d+4 in that case).
    Name                         Command            Hit level        Properties
    ----                         -------             ---------        ----------
    Konvict Kick                 f,f+4              m                KND
    Konvict Kick DDT             CH f,f+4           m, throw shift
    Another tool for punishing whiffs. It shifts into a free DDT on CH, but you
    really shouldn't be using this for CH hunting. It doesn't help that Mishima's
    TGF and notorious TC moves like Jack-5's d+1+2 tend to beat f,f+4. One good
    thing about this move is that you can dash and delay the 4 a lot, and still
    get the kick...but please don't have it blocked.
    Name                   Command                  Hit level        Properties
    ----                   -------                   ---------        ----------
    Jumping Dark Knee      f,N,d,d/f+4              m                SH KNDcl
    Probably King's equivalent of Mishimas' TGF. Can't be reversed, does a lot of
    damage on clean hit, can duck under highs while in the CD and crushes lows by
    the end. Tracks a bit to King's right, I believe. A powerful combo starter if 
    you're near walls, however the risk factor if blocked is big.
    Name                   Command                  Hit level        Properties
    ----                   -------                   ---------        ----------
    Rising Mid Kick        (WS_f,N,d,d/f,N)+4       m
    Generic move, yet very important within King's arsenal. It's a good standard
    mid poke, pushes out the opponent on block allowing King to turtle, and sets
    up grabs on hit. Also invaluable as a part of CD mixups; a fast CD move, handy
    when used in combination with multis and other CD moves. Plus, it can pickup
    rolling opponents off ground. No bad things to say about iWS+4/CD~WS+4, except
    maybe the fact it doesn't do heaps of damage (but then again it would be kind
    of cheap if it did, think of a mid EWGF). 
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Ali Kick                (d_FC)+3+4 or FC,d/f+4  L
    = Spin Upper            = 2                     m                KND
    = Ali Kicks             = 4,4                   L,L              MS
    Running Ali Kick        WR+4                    L
    = Spin Upper            = 2                     m                KND
    = Ali Kicks             = 4,4                   L,L              MS
    d+3+4 alone, as a ground hit, is worthless. Stick with u/f+3 for your default
    okizeme move. d+3+4,2 is still useful as juggle ender and as a (crappy) pickup
    tool in oki. WR+4 is an alright move in a running mixup, if used sparingly and
    mixed with the mid WR+1+2 (doing WR+4,2 isn't really recommended at this point
    unless the opponent was grounded and you know the WR+4 will pick up, or if you
    are really, really sure the WR+4 will be a CH). On a side note, if you need a
    quick ground hit on bigs, use of d+4_d/f+4_d+3 is viable.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Satellite Exploder      (f,f,f_WR)+3+4          h_m              GB KND
    Long range version of f,f+3+4 minus the advantage on block. Even though this
    is fairly linear, it's sort of hard to SS this move because if they do, King
    grazes their body and lands BEHIND them, and that guarantees a wakeup 4 kick
    on their back. Kind of a decent running move to close huge gaps, if you don't
    have enough room to start WR+1+2. A lucky jab can float you out of it.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Deadly Boomerang        SS+3+4                  h                GB KND
    High SS power shot. Used at random times to hit SS'ers at mid range or just to
    gamble for a hit. SS+2 and u/f+4 do better at SS punishment, this move is too
    slow to be a real danger against them. It crushes lows, is safe on block, but
    they really don't block it that often.
    Name                Command                            Properties
    ----                -------                             ----------
    Arm Whip            b+1+3 (right punch reversal)       Unchickenable
    Double Heel Hold    b+2+4 (left kick reversal)         Unchickenable
    Leg Screw           b+2+4 (right kick reversal)        Unchickenable
    Right punch reversal & kick reversals, respectively. Very useful to neutralize
    slow moves and non-jail strings. b+1+3 can also reverse some 1+2 punch moves
    in the game (a detailed list is below). Don't use the :3+4 after a right kick
    reversal: it's much better to mix up the actual ground throws so they don't
    break them.
    Name                    Command       Properties
    ----                    -------       -----------
    Taunting Dance          1+2+3+4       Allows a CH; moves will damage on guard
    = Charging Dance        = ~1+2+3+4    for a short time
    King's brand new supercharger animation in T5. Now, he dances (the same dance
    he does in one of his victory poses) while glowing, but after a short while,
    King is able to cancel it into any move, although the charge effect soon fades
    away. If you press 1+2+3+4 (or just 1+2+3) again, King can't cancel, but he'll 
    end charged for a longer time after the dance. So the cancellable dance works
    more or less like a taunt, whereas the uncancellable one is actually the real
    This might be pretty evil; the taunting dance might invite your opponents to
    attack, but if you cancel into a quick move (namely b+1) you may score a CH.
    Reversals here are good as well. On the other hand, a charging dance ensures 
    the CH, otherwise throw them if they don't attack. Make no mistake, this is
    really far from any kind of high-level strategy; but it's a resource you can
    use if you are feeling "dry" or in need of fresh setups for damage. 
    Nevertheless, this is also a double edged sword: if you do a charging dance,
    you're vulnerable to eat CHs yourself. Despite that, King's charging dance is
    heaps better than the generic supercharger, as the animation has him moving
    off-axis and a rushing opponent may whiff if not careful about the tracking.
    Remember that, since you can't block while supercharged, your only forms of
    defense in this state are 1) reversal 2) low parry 3) sidestep and 4) crush.
    Name                    Command      Properties
    ----                    -------      -----------
    Jaguar Step (JGS)       3+4          (movement), TJ (low crush)
    Jaguar Steps (JGS)      3+4*         Same as above, but falldown after 6x
    Decent to cover ground quickly, but King will get dizzy and fall after 6 spins
    a la Yoshimitsu so use with wisdom. Even though 3+4 does have some low crush
    frames, d/b+4, u/f+4 or u/f+1+2 are generally better options (mainly because
    of their consistent low crush properties). Against a standing opponent, you're
    quite vulnerable when doing this (especially if you go beyond the first spin),
    so real application of JGS moves is fairly limited to tech traps after juggles
    and the like.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Jaguar Elbow            JGS 2                   m                OCb OC SLDc
    Looks the same as f,f+2 but evades lows at certain frames in the middle of the
    JGS animation. This move floors them on CH just as King's CH d/f+1 used to in 
    previous games. Not that bad, but I myself would prefer f,f+2 rather than this
    move (because I don't use JGS that much in the first place). On CH, you get a
    free u/f+3 or free f+3 on Kuma (will pick him up if he moves).
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Jaguar High             JGS 4                   h                GB KND
    Slow, high roundhouse kick whose properties resemble those of TTT Jun's f+3;
    guard break, becomes unblockable after 3 spins. Very good on guard (+12 frames
    where they can't duck any highs, just block them standing. They can duck grabs
    though). The problem is that it's slow, and hits high. This can be used to hit
    backrollers, but there are better moves to do the job.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Jaguar Middle           JGS d/f+4               m                OCb KND
    If you have troubles trying to pull this out, the real notation for this move
    is something like 3+4~D/F>4. Just make sure you press 3+4 and hold d/f right
    after that. Anyway, it's much like JGS 4 except that it doesn't hit high, but
    mid instead, and it doesn't get unblockable. This covers SS very well (as does
    JGS 4), but it isn't as good as the former on block because they get at least
    a free WS+4 up close (you might be safer if they block at the edge, but the
    disadvantage is still there). As such, it's not extremely usable because of
    the slow speed and recovery on block issues.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Jaguar Impact           f+1+2*                  <!>              KND
    Thanks to walls, this has an use again. Can be used after most wall splats on
    big opponents. But it doesn't do very well outside of that. It might surprise
    an opponent after a CH f+3 stun for the first time (after a CH f+3 stun, they
    cannot interrupt it, nor move out of its way), but they will catch on quickly. 
    Otherwise, it is a very slow, high unblockable that should be avoided.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Atomic Blaster          BT 1+2                  <!>              KND
    I really can't think of a reasonable use for this. It comes out too slow for a
    BT move. If I know I am BT'ed next to them and they're standing afraid of the
    mid BT 3, I almost always use the BT 1+3 and BT 2+4 (turnaround basic grabs),
    but not this move. Besides, if things were not bad enough, this move tends to
    whiff if King is slightly off axis. Do yourself a favor, forget this move and
    use the basic BT grabs.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Burning Knuckle         u/f+1+2*                [!]              KND
    It's just too slow (in fact much slower than TTT Armor King's version, which
    was slow already) and noticeable to be used on a standing opponent. Perhaps a
    bit more useful as an oki and anti-techroll move after certain juggles, and/or
    with the help of walls (actually easier to land on the bigger characters). I
    myself have *moderate* success catching with this after ending a juggle with
    1+2,1 on bigs. If possible, stick with the version described right below.
    Name                    Command                 Hit level        Properties
    ----                    -------                  ---------        ----------
    Quick Burning Knuckle   u/b~u~u/f+1+2           [!]              KND
    This is not an actual move, but a rare glitch discovered by accident. It looks
    identical to u/f+1+2* and has exactly the same properties, but executes at a
    much faster speed. Note that the command for this move may be rather obscure,
    however it still is something along these lines. Now, what makes it a glitch
    is the fact that if you screw the move's input, you get an uber-slow version
    of u/f+1+2 instead (even if this "5x-slower" u/f+1+2 hits, the opponent has
    enough time to stand up and kick King's ass while he's still recovering). My
    theory is that somehow, the u/f+1+2 "trades speeds" with the u/f+1+2*, so that
    u/f+1+2 becomes 88 frames (which is the amount of frames that u/f+1+2* takes
    to hit), and the u/f+1+2* becomes 35 frames...Truth or not, this glitch will
    need a good amount of practice to perfect, but it DOES have some real uses. 
    Name                        Command             Hit level        Properties
    ----                        -------              ---------        ----------
    Twist Moonsault Body Press  1+4                 [!]              PLD
    Quick Moonsault Body Press  BT 1+4              [!]              PLD
    By far, the best of King's unblockables. Fairly fast (for an unblockable that
    hits ground anyway), has a large hitbox which likes to hit even if they are
    somewhat off-axis (as it happens after techrolls). This move connects a lot
    if set up properly. It's a good choice to nail someone after a wall combo as
    well. Can be used in techtraps by ending juggles with b+1, it hits for decent
    damage. King will end up grounded face down, so a FCD 3 sweep afterwards might
    be able to float opponents for a free FC,d/f+1 or any suitable juggle.
    | Top 10 moves |
    Decided to build this section to make clear where are the good moves, the ones
    that make the core of his arsenal in high levels of play. I decided to leave
    out the throws, which are good but breakable:
    Best 10 moves:
    b+1 - Very fast, long range considering how quick it is. Safe on block, half
    life damage combos on CH.
    f,f,N+1+2 - Very fast too, forces lockdown on block and hit, on CH free b+3 in
    open fields, or uf+4 for better wall splats at the wall. Short range, but hits
    d/f+1>2 - Still his best mid, although not as good as before.
    2,1 - Now that other characters' jab strings (like Mishimas 1,1,2) are toned
    down, it's probably one of the best jab moves in the game. Not the best, but
    damn near there. Setup for a lot of stuff.
    f+3:1+2 - Alright mid, short range, but semi fast, safe on block, and it deals
    good damage plus oki.
    u/f+4 - Sure, it has short range and it's jab punishable, we all know, but the
    hopkick is fast enough, crushes lows and deals up to 70 damage juggles on hit. 
    Also, it's almost always guaranteed after low parry.
    SS+2 - Alright SS poke, mostly safe on block, gives advantage on hit.
    WS+4/CD,WS+4 - Pretty fast mid, safe on block, decent range. Generic, but it's
    probably the most damaging and the longest-reaching single hit generic WS+4 in
    the game. Can be done out of CD.
    WS+1+2/CD,WS+1+2 - Slow, not a lot of range, but 70+ damage juggles on hit and
    safe on block. Use in combination with CD,WS+4 and CD multithrows and you have
    an actual CD mixup.
    u/f+3 - Oki move of choice, crushes lows, safe on block and even whiff, deals
    decent damage.
    Honorable mentions:
    (other candidates for top 10, but for some reason didn't get there)
    1 - simple left jab, 9 frames +2 on block, can setup lots of things. Didn't go
    into the top 10 because it doesn't do a lot of damage, and 1,2 overall isn't
    as good as 2,1 is. Still very good as it gives advantage on block.
    1,2>1 - nice for pressure with the last delayed 1 for a possible CH and free
    2,1, however it leaves you at negative frames on block even though it's still
    very safe.
    f+4 (5.1) - mostly safe mid, crushes lows, good damage on CH/wall splat, and
    tracks SSR decently. Didn't go into the top 10 because it's not as fast and
    damaging as d/f+1,2 or f+3:1+2 on regular hit.
    d/f+3 - fast mid, safe on block, tracks SSR decently and that's what it's good
    for, however it does pretty weak damage unless you use the unsafer d/f+3,4 and
    hope the d/f+3 counterhits.
    d+1,N+2 - quick TC move to beat 8 frame jabs and such, but zero range.
    1+2,1 - doesn't require directions to input so it's good after SS. Deals good
    damage by itself, half life on wall splat, decent punisher (after SS). It did
    not go in the top 10 as it's unsafe on block (very unsafe against a select few
    f+1+2 - high, slow, but long range, good damage on hit plus oki, and safe on
    block. This doesn't telegraph at all unlike f,f moves, but it isn't as fast as
    it looks.
    CD+1+2 - the CH launcher of death, surprisingly fast, can evade highs (thanks
    to the CD) and has good priority. Also does fairly well in oki, but hideously
    unsafe on block.
    u/f+1+2 - another juggle starter, horribly slow and linear, can be juggled out
    of, but does lockdown on block, high damage by itself (80% life on CH), long
    range and crushes lows very well, too.
    f+1+4 - lockdown on hit AND block, short range and a bit slow though.
    f+2+3 - long range, good damage (even more on wall splat), but pretty slow,
    linear and barely unsafe on block.
    FC,d/f+2 - another mid launcher, 80 dmg combos on hit, fair range, but pretty
    bad on block and also kinda hard to pull out.
    b+3 - faster than f+1+2 and long range as well, but it's punishable on block
    (depends on matchup though) and weak damage unless on wall splat. As a whiff
    punisher, b+3 is actually more useful near the wall, whereas f+1+2 is probably
    better in open fields.
    u/f,N+4_u/f,d+4 - like u/f+4, but way more damage at the cost of being slower.
    u/f,d+4 kills lows as well as u/f+1+2 does, but leads to more damage on normal
    hit and can be used more up close unlike u/f+1+2, again at the cost of being
    punishable on block.
    d/f+4 - alright low poke, +2 on hit but has virtually no range whatsoever.
    d/b+3 - long range low, weak advantage on hit, juggles on CH but can be seen
    by good players. Best used as high crush at mid range.
    More stuff only good depending on circumstance:
    u/b+1 - slow SS evading high move, anti-SSL useful against Baek's triple SS
    FC,d/f+1 - slow low hitting launcher, can be used to evade highs
    f,f+2+3 - not that good to tech catch but can do the job, better to use this
    after wall splat or in oki, as it leaves you very vulnerable on ground.
    u/f+2+4 - only really good after the b+1+2~2+4 throw or left sidethrow.
    BT 1+4 - good as tech catch or in oki when you're BT'ed
    f+2,2[,2] - juggle filler/ender; f+2,2 is also useful to punish when out of 
    u/f+4 range
    BT 3 - Self-defense move if you're being attacked from behind, fast and can
    stun on CH but recovers horribly slow on block, it's also followup to f+1+2 or
    QCB+1+2 throw.
    d/b+4 - good tech catch after d+3+4,2 in juggles, free u/f+3 if you hit 'em
    standing, super low crush move. Not too good because it's pretty slow and can
    be punished with ground hits on block.
    d+3+4,2 - juggle ender, crappy pickup tool
    d+3+4,4,4 - only good if your opponent was backturned for some reason, as they
    are all guaranteed on someone's back and will knock King's opponent down.
    SS+3+4 - high SS move, crushes lows, tons of damage but too slow.
    Nearly or plain useless moves:
    f,f+1 (overshadowed by f+1+2 for the most part. Move is serious candidate for
    a major revamp for next Tekkens because there are better choices)
    b+2 (low damage, too slow and doesn't hit)
    b+2* (overshadowed by u/b+1, doesn't like to hit either)
    f,f,N+2 (overshadowed by d/b+3)
    WS+2 (overshadowed by FC,d/f+2, u/f+4 and WS+1+2; another candidate for major
    BT 1+2 (overshadowed by BT 1+3_2+4 - whiffs a lot if just a hair off-axis)
    d/f+3+4 (slow, special mid, low damage even on throw = no reason to use it)
    | 5.0 -> 5.1 changes |
    The 5.1 changes didn't affect King as much as they did to other characters in
    the game, you can almost say King is pretty much the same in both versions of
    Tekken 5. Let's see the changes in depth:
    System changes:
    - Wall damage removed: Giant Swing and Minii Swing throws (along with a few
      other throws in the game) will do normal damage if the opponent hits a wall.
      Basically, the extra damage they took from a wall hit in 5.0 isn't there
      anymore, so GS/MS will do the same damage they normally do when they're not
      techrolled. Also b+1+2 won't hurt them at all anymore, but for both b+1+2
      and GS/MS the wall splat effect still gives free extra hits.
      Naturally, the damage for wall combos is decreased too. However wall damage
      wasn't too much (just 5 points or so) so not a big loss to cry about anyway.
      It's actually more of a positive change because OTHER characters lost their
      previously mad damage wall combos, so King can survive more against those
      characters should he eat the wall.
    +/- Ground damage is decreased from 100% to 70%: In T5.1 if a character is hit 
      while grounded, it will take less damage than if hit by that same move when
      standing. As an example, King's u/f+3 used to cause 18 damage points, now it
      deals about 13. Or, King's d+3+4 which did 10 points (if you didn't do more
      kicks afterwards) in 5.0, now in 5.1 it only does 7 damage (weak, isn't it?)
      It may sound pretty bad, but it's a new system change which is affecting all
      characters in the whole, so King also gets to take less damage if hit by an
      enemy move while grounded. However, I think the ground throws are unaffected
      by this change. So if you get a good chance for a ground throw, do that!
    + "Mach Punch" knockdown backrollable: this kind of knockdown used to give
      guaranteed ground hits in Tekken 5.0, now you can tap ~b to backroll after
      the knockdown and therefore avoid those formerly guaranteed hits. For King,
      it means his CH b+2 has lost its previously guaranteed followups. However,
      the change doesn't hurt him that bad since his b+2 is slow, and therefore
      unlikely to hit on CH anyway; this change should be seen as a positive one
      for King instead, because *other* opponent's moves like Bryan's Mach Punch
      and Heihachi's CH 2~1 etc. lose their guaranteed followups, and now King 
      will take less damage if he gets hit by them.
    - Less vulnerable frames in techroll: If ann opponent does techroll after the
      knockdown, he/she can now block much earlier in the roll than possible in
      5.0. In other words, a tech trap (hitting a techrolling opponent) is now
      harder to get, and some of them are no longer possible. However, most of
      King's tech traps are unaffected by this, either because they still connect
      in the early frames of the animation, or in the case of the ones that make
      use of his 1+4, it's an unblockable, no matter how faster they can block 
      now, an unblockable is still going to hit anyway.
    King specific changes:
    - After d/b,f+2 throw, opponent's recovery  is decreased: no guaranteed d+3+4
      afterwards anymore. One of the biggest setbacks for 5.1 King so far. Looks
      like Namco doesn't want King to have damaging single throws anymore, save
      maybe for GS into the wall.
    - Giant Swing damage in multithrows has dammage adjusted: Pretty much what I
      explained in the system changes. The GS/MS enders (from d+2+4 air multithrow
      and Cobra Clutch/Full Nelson multithrow starters) will do the same damage
      on a wall hit. Followups after wall splat are still there. Considering that
      even those multithrows are already hard to begin with, (save for the d+2+4)
      hard to get to the GS enders, and that extra wall damage wasn't that much,
      you can ignore this.
    - d/f+1,2 - less pushback on block if 2 is  not delayed: you must use the delay
      version at all times in order to be safe, otherwise they get jab punishment
      for free on guard. Just remember, the move still combos on slight delay, you
      don't delay the 2 for too long, train yourself into getting the right timing
      if necessary, not that hard to do. On the good side, it seems that you don't
      get as much pushback on hit either, so now you can take more advantage when
      d/f+1,2 hits.
    - FC,d/f+2 damage decreased from 23 to 21:  In 5.1 the combos starting with the
      FC,d/f+2 move will deal their 5.0 damage minus 2 points, not too much to cry
    + b+1+3 reversal can be done out of FC/WS position, damage now depends on the
      opponent's reversed move: Self-explanatory; now you can perform the b+1+3
      from crouch and King will do his right punch reversal, not the kick one. The
      b+2+4 is still there if you need to reverse kicks.
    + f+4 causes knockdown on normal hit, and crumple stun on CH: even with the
      notorious improvements on hit, the move isn't too good to begin with. The
      problem with the crappy hitbox are still there and unfixed, some moves like
      Xiaoyu's AOP stance and Mishima's TGF will still travel under it. A CH f+4
      only gives d+3+4,2 as juggle (if you land it near the wall) for a total of
      37 damage or so.
    | Tekken 5 King Frame Data |
    Thanks to RVD++ for posting the frame data online so everyone can see it.
    (*) = T5 data for this move not available yet. Filled with current T4 data
     ?? = Unknown data
    Brief explanation:
    Command column: shows the command for the mentioned move
    F-hit column:   amount of frames the move takes to hit (or grab) your opponent
    B-adv column:   amount of frames King gets after the move is blocked
    H-adv column:   amount of frames King gets after the move hits
    CH-adv column:  amount of frames King gets after the move hits on counter
    +N = advantage to King for N frames; opponent is unable to do anything in the
         corresponding number of frames
    -N = disadvantage to King for N frames; Kinng is unable to do anything in the
         corresponding number of frames
    !N = advantage to King for N frames; opponent is unable to duck high moves, 
         but can still block any high/mid/low move and duck throws
    x  = King ends grounded, opponent is still standing (x* denotes where King can
         get up safely)
    KD = move knocks down
    JG = move knocks down, but juggle possible at this point
    Note that frame advantage/disadvantage and hit effects for some moves may vary
    depending on how close or far the move is blocked or hits.
    Command            F-hit    H-adv
    1+3_2+4             12      KD
    f+(1+3)_(2+4)       15      KD
    (WR_f,f,f)+2+4(*)   10      KD
    f,HCF+1(*)          10      KD
    FC,d/b,d,d/b+1+2(*) 12      KD
    d/b,f+2(*)          11      KD
    QCB+1+2(*)          11      KD
    d/f+2+3(*)          12      KD
    d/b+1+2(*)          12      KD
    b+1+2(*)            13      +15
     = 1+2                      +5
     = 1+3                      +15
     = 2+4                      KD         
     = 3+4                      KD
    d+(1+3_2+4)(*)      15      KD
    f,N,d,d/f+1+4(*)    13      KD
    f,N,d,d/f+2+3(*)    13      KD
    d/f,d/f+(1+3_2+4)(*)15      KD
    (d/b_D/B)+2+4(*)    18      KD
    JGS (1+4_2+3)       ??      KD
    Command            F-hit    B-adv       H-adv        CH-adv
    d+1                 10      -5          +6           +6
    d+2                 11      -4          +7           +7
    d+4(*)              14      -11          0            0
    4                   13      -5          +4           JG
    WS+1(*)             11      -3          +4           +4
    WS+4                11      -6          +5           +5
    u/f+4               15      -12         JG           JG
    u/f,N+4             23      -11         JG           JG
    (N_f)+1,2>1        9_10     +2 -1 -4    +8 +6 +5     +8 +6 +10
    d/f+1~2             14      -1 -10      +1 +1        +1 +1
    d/f+1>2             14      -1 -5       +1 +6        +1 +6
    d+1,N+2             10      -5 -10      +6  0        +6  0
    b+1                 12      -6          +5           JG
    u/b+1               21      -10         +6           +6
    f,f+1               18       0          KD           KD
    FC,d/f+1            30      -9          JG           JG
    2,1                 10      +1  0       +7 +6        +7 +6
    f+2>2>2             15      -3 -3 -12   +3 +6 +5     +3 +6 KD
    f+2>2>2~B           15      -3 -13      +3 -4        +3 -4
    d/f+2               13      -6          +3           +3
    b+2                 26      +7           0            0
    b+2*                28      -10         +1           KD
    f,f+2>1             31      +2 +2       +4 KD        +4 KD
    f,f,N+2             18      -17         -6           KD
    FC,d/f+2            15      -14         JG           JG
    WS+2                15      -13         KD           KD
    SS+2                15      -11         +5           +5
    1+2,1               18      -14 -13     -5 KD        -5 KD
    f+1+2               19       0          KD           KD
    d+1+2               30      -4          -5           -5
    u/f+1+2             35      +1          JG           JG
    f,f+1+2 (as high)   20   (-5)_(+12)     KD           KD
    f,f+1+2 (as low)    43      -25         KD           KD
    f,f,N+1+2            9      +2          +5           +16
    f,N,d,d/f+1+2       15      -15         KD           JG
    WS+1+2              18      -7          JG           JG
    f+1+4               17      +2          +5           +5
    f+2+3               25   (-9)~(-12)     KD           KD
    f,f+2+3             21       x           x           KD
    (u/b_u_u/f)+2+4     48       x*          x*          KD
    f+3                 15      -6          +6           !31
    d/f+3,4             14      -9 x        +2 KD        +2 KD
    d/b+3               23      -15         +1           JG
    b+3                 16      -15         KD           KD
    u/f+3               22       x*         KD           KD
    BT 3                13      -20         +7           JG
    f+4 (Tekken 5.0)    16      -11         +5           +5
    f+4 (Tekken 5.1)    16      -11         KD           JG
    d/f+4               14      -9          +2           +2
    d/b+4               27       x          KD           KD
    b+4                 15      -6_-16      KD           KD
    f,f+4               15      -18         KD           KD
    f,N,d,d/f+4         16      -15         +7_KD        +7_KD
    WR+4                14      -29         -13          -13
    d+3+4,2             16      -29 -17     -13 KD       -13 KD
    d+3+4,4,4           16      -29 -35 -35 -13 -19 +6   -13 -19 +6
    d/f+3+4             28       x           x            x
    u/f+3+4             23       x          KD           KD
    (f_f,f)+3+4         38      +8          KD           KD
    SS+3+4              29       x          KD           KD
    (WR_f,f,f)+3+4      28       x*         KD           KD
    JGS 2               35       0          +7           KD
    JGS 2 2nd spin      67       0          +7           KD
    JGS 2 3rd spin      99       0          +7           KD
    JGS 2 4th spin      131      0          +7           KD
    JGS 2 5th spin      163      0          +7           KD
    JGS 4               40      !13         KD           KD
    JGS 4 2nd spin      72      !15         KD           KD
    JGS 4 3rd spin      104     KD          KD           KD
    JGS 4 4th spin      136     KD          KD           KD
    JGS 4 5th spin      168     KD          KD           KD
    JGS d/f+4           40      -13         KD           KD
    JGS d/f+4 2nd spin  72      -13         KD           KD
    JGS d/f+4 3rd spin  104     +8          KD           KD
    JGS d/f+4 4th spin  136     +8          KD           KD
    JGS d/f+4 5th spin  168     +8          KD           KD
    f+1+2*              29      KD          KD           KD
    u/f+1+2*            88      KD          KD           KD
    u/b~u~u/f+1+2       ??      KD          KD           KD
    BT 1+2              27      KD          KD           KD
    1+4                 52      KD          KD           KD
    BT 1+4              41      KD          KD           KD
    JGS 4 3rd spin      104     KD          KD           KD
    Unimportant note:
    In CH d+3+4,4,4,4, the Frame Advantage on hit for the 3rd hit is +11, and the
    Frame Advantage for the 5th hit is +15 (opponent completely unable to block
    in both cases). If d+3+4 connects on normal hit, the advantage will remain as
    stated in the table.
    | King in a nutshell |
    This is somewhat of a quick reminder of the best uses for each move.
    Poking tools
    d+1,N+2 (crushes highs - short range)
    d+2 (crushes highs - same range as standing jabs)
    d/f+1,2 (preferably d/f+1>2)
    d/f+2 (short range)
    d+4 (crushes highs)
    d/f+4 (low poke - short range)
    Throws (the staple ones to land)
    CH catchers
    BT 3
    Whiff punishers
    1+2,1 (more useful after sidesteping)
    SS+2 (after sidestepping)
    u/f+4 (after sidestepping or if you are very close to them)
    WS+4 (after ducking jabs)
    WS+1+2 (after ducking other high attacks or throws)
    High/mid block punishers
    1,2 (close range 9 frames)
    f+1,2/2,1 (close range 10 frames)
    b+1 (mid range 12 frames)
    d/f+1,2 (close-mid range 14 frames)
    u/f+4 (close range 15 frames)
    f+2,2 (mid range 15 frames)
    b+4 (mid-long range 15 frames)
    b+3 (long range 16 frames)
    1+2,1 (mid range 18 frames)
    u/f,N+4 (mid range 23+ frames)
    Low block punishers
    WS+4 (close-mid range 11 frames)
    (FC,)u/f+4 (close range 15 frames)
    WS+2 (mid range 15 frames - might lead to wall stun)
    FC,d/f+2 (mid range 16 frames)
    WS+1+2 (close range 18 frames - juggles better than FC,d/f+2 against bigs)
    u/f,N+4 (mid range 23 frames)
    FC,d/f+1 (long range 30 frames)
    u/f,d+4 (mid range 35 frames)
    u/f+1+2 (long range 35 frames)
    High crushes:                 Low crushes:
    d+1,N+2                       u/f+4 (juggles)
    d+2                           u/f+3
    d/b+3 (juggles on CH)         d/b+4 (+ u/f+3 after hit)
    FC,d/f+1 (juggles)            u/f+1+2 (juggles)
    d+4                           f+4
    d+3+4 (not really useful)     SS+3+4
    The guaranteed stuff
    Natural combos:
    (N_f)+1,2 - 21_23 dmg
    2,1 - 22 dmg
    d/f+1>2 (even on slight delay) - 27 dmg
    f+2,2 - 30 dmg
    1+2,1 - 39 dmg
    front hit f+3:1+2 - 38 dmg
    front hit BT 3:1+2 - 35 dmg
    d/b+4, u/f+3 - 28 dmg (if opponent tries to move) 
     or 32 dmg (if opponent does lay there or sideroll)
    Combos on CH:
    (blocked or missed 1,2)>1, 2,1 - 32+ dmg
    d+1,N+2 - 18+ dmg
    d/f+3,4 - 32+ dmg
    d+3+4,2 (not on crouching opponent) - 20+ dmg 
    d+3+4,4 - 24+ dmg
    f,f+2>1 (even on long delay, front CH only) - 45+ dmg
    f,f,N+1+2, b+3 - 23 dmg
    Combos on a BT opponent:
    d+1,N+2 (18 dmg)
    f+2,2,2 (51 dmg)
    d+3+4,2 (20 dmg, knockdown - good near walls)
    d+3+4,4,4 (28 dmg, knockdown - free FC+3+4 or FC,df+3 afterwards)
    Natural multithrow combos (if the multi starter lands, the following link is
    d/f+1+2_SS+2+4 (front)_d/f,d/f+(1+3_2+4), 2,2,1+2 - 43 dmg
    JGS (1+4_2+3), 1,4,2,3 - 32 dmg
    | King's strategies |
    Command throw buffers & setups
    King has some low attacks, but none of them is particularly good. His d/b+3
    and d/b+4 are both fairly slow and therefore, more useful to crush other moves
    rather than beating their standing guard and forcing them to crouch. On the
    other side, he has d/f+4 and generic d+4 which are fast, but they almost don't
    do damage and have arguably short reach. Because of this, in high levels of
    play, King's mixup on an idle, turtling opponent is purely a mid and command
    throw mixup.
    Throw buffers are actually a good part of King's game. Granted it's very risky
    to attempt grabs at the risk of duck and WS launchers, throws are still one of
    King's ways to deal high damage, specially on a passive opponent. However you
    can also throw aggressive opponents out of their moves (as long as it's not a
    high crush attack; throws are considered as highs in that aspect), because the
    throws have been given above average priority in Tekken 5. So now, throwing is
    fairly valid on both aggressive and passive opponents.
    - Giant Swing:
    This throw has crazy range and is very bufferable. You can buffer the GS off
    so many moves. A basic buffer is
    f+1, HCF+1 (or f,2, HCF+1)
    A jab buffered into a GS. The essence is to "split" the Giant Swing command
    into its two halves, the f and the HCF+1. That way, you have
    f,N+2,1, HCF+1
    Old school, this is the 2,1 into a GS (not a "combo" as in T3 but still works
    as a buffer).
    f+1+4, HCF+1
    King's "chest bump" into the GS. Nice and safe.
    f,SS, HCF+1
    The SS into a GS.
    Dash into GS. Very easy and important to King's GS/iSW mixup.
    f,N,d,d/f, f,HCF+1
    Crouch dash into a GS.
    Run into GS.
    Basically, any move with a forward input can buffer a GS.
    f+1, HCF+1
    f+2, HCF+1
    f+3, HCF+1
    f+1+4, HCF+1
    f,f,N+1+2, HCF+1
    You can make your own throw setups that way. A more complete list would be:
    CD, GS
    SS, GS
    1_2, GS
    1,2 hit, GS
    2,1, GS
    b+1 regular hit, GS
    4 regular hit, GS
    d+1_d+2 hit, GS
    WS+1 hit, GS
    WS+4, GS
    f,f,N+1+2, GS
    f+1+4, GS
    f+2 hit, GS
    f+2,2 hit, GS
    d/f+1, GS
    d/f+2, GS
    u/b+1 (hit at wall), GS
    f+4 (5.0 hit at wall), GS
    SS+2 (hit at wall), GS
    f+3 hit, GS
    u/f+1+2 blocked, GS
    f,f+3+4 blocked, GS
    JGS 4 blocked, GS
    For moves that don't have a forward input, like d/f+2, b+1 or SS+2, you don't
    buffer the first f, instead of that you're tapping f when the move impacts
    your opponent and then complete the throw's command as the animation finishes;
    this is not buffering per se, and can be done with every move, not just grabs,
    but when done correctly can be just as effective.
    u/f+1+2 blocked, GS:
    Easy, simply hit f when the move "hits", then input HCF+1 right after King
    recovers from the move. The u/f+1+2, GS setup can be useful against the big
    characters, as the move is too slow to hit them in the ground, so they usually
    stand up and block it. Giving you a perfect chance for a throw.
    f+1,2, GS:
    If you want to buffer the throw out of f+1,2, you must keep holding forward
    during the WHOLE animation of 1,2, so when the animation ends you can just
    enter HCF+1. Therefore the actual input for this is F+1,2, HCF+1. I emphasize
    to keep holding forward during 1,2, not only before the first jab comes out.
    WS+4, GS:
    The trick here is to input the WS+4 as WS,f+4. If you do this you just have to
    enter HCF+1 afterwards. So if you do WS,f+4, HCF+1 this should come out smooth
    and fluent. The downside of WS,f+4 is that it may take a few more frames than
    WS+4, which is 11 frames flat. This also works with WS+1.
    - Tombstone Piledriver:
    Much like the GS, Tombstone can also be buffered. However, unlike GS, this
    throw is not as bufferable because King doesn't have a move that is done with
    the d/b diagonal and that leaves him standing, d/b+1, d/b+2 and d/b+3 will put
    him into FC, so you're limited to the most basic form of buffering which is to
    do d/b when the move impacts and then complete the command when the animation 
    finishes, this way you can make it come out from some attacks.
    d/b, SS, f+2
    The SS into a TS.
    u/f+1+2 blocked, TS:
    Hit d/b when the move "hits" then f+2 after King's recovery.
    Other moves that can setup a TS are:
    1, TS
    2, TS
    2,1, TS
    d/f+2, TS
    WS+1, TS
    SS+2, TS
    f+1+4, TS
    Another issue with the Tombstone is that it has a short range, much shorter
    than that of GS, so you're looking for pokes that don't have a lot of pushback
    because you're leaving yourself out of range to grab; otherwise, if a move has
    pushback then it's best used when there's a wall behind your opponent, hence
    for instance in the SS+2, TS setup, it's meant to work if the SS+2 hits when a
    wall was behind your opp, or if the SS+2 is blocked and the opponent moves in,
    either by dashing towards you, or by doing some slow attack that moves him 
    forwards (many attacks do this).
    FC Tombstone: You can make the TS come out of full crouch. The command is kind
    of ugly as TS comes slowly, but you might find it useful, if you duck a high
    or block a safe low.
    FC,d/b,N (stand up), f+2.
    - Shining Wizard:
    This throw is harder to pull out in a fluent way, and it needs some distance
    to execute. But it is extremely useful in a mixup with Giant Swing since the
    Wizard is the only throw that can match GS's range and speed. Good setups for
    Wizard are:
    d/f+3 hit, iSW
    WS+4 hit, iSW
    f,f,N+1+2 hit or CH, iSW
    f+1+4, iSW
    u/b+1 hit, iSW
    u/b+4, iSW
    SS+2 hit, iSW
    f+3 CH, iSW
    (Tekken 5.0) f+4 hit, iSW
    All of the above setups also work for GS, since you can buffer GS out of dash
    and run. Buffering the GS outta dash/run is ESSENTIAL to keep alive the mixup
    with iSW.
    There is a big thread about the ways to pull out iSW (Instant Shining Wizard)
    which can be found at www.tekkenzaibatsu.com forums. Check it out at the URL:
    The iSW is one of those moves that require lots of practice, but once mastered
    it can make you a better King player.
    - Rock Bottom setups:
    Rock Bottom is the only FC throw King can do, while this is true only on the
    surface, it also means that it's one of the most escaped throws in the game.
    Prevent this from happening by doing the basic WS+1+3 and WS+2+4 ocasionally.
    d+1, RB
    d+2, RB
    d/b+3 regular hit, RB
    d+4 hit, RB
    any opponent attack that leaves you in FC on block, RB
    Hop into Rock Bottom: 
    This is an old-school tactic still existent in T5. When your character lands
    from a hop, it's in FC position right after landing for a few frames. Since 
    your character is in FC, you can execute WS/FC moves including FC throws. The
    notation goes like this:
    u/f is the hop.
    The part between parenthesis is done in mid air, and the part between square
    brackets is done right after landing. This means you can buffer the first half
    of FC,d/b,d,d/b+1+2 while in mid air, and complete the command when landing.
    Furthermore, in addition to making your throw more subtle, you can mix up with
    mid moves like WS+4, WS+1+2 or u/f+4, or other throws (actually, you can do
    this same hop buffer for Tombstone, but you need to wait until King stands so
    it will take a couple of frames slower than RB).
    The above tactic is more useful in okizeme, moreso right after some juggles,
    since you are prone to be jabbed out of the hop if you attempt it on an idle
    opponent. However in most okizeme situations they won't be able to jab or even
    move around since they're rising from the knockdown, hence giving you the time
    to hop safely into mixups.
    - Low multithrow:
    The d/f,d/f+(1+3_2+4) is bufferable as well. Not quite as useful as the other
    throws, but for the sake of completeness I will add the buffers here.
    d/f, SS, d/f+(1+3_2+4)
    CD, f, d/f+(1+3_2+4)
    d/f+1 (blocked), dash d/f+(1+3_2+4)
    d/f generic low parry, d/f+(1+3_2+4)
    OK, multithrows happen to be a part of King's movelist, and they shouldn't be 
    ignored. Well, at least not the important ones. The multithrows you'll use the
    most are CD+1+3 and CD+2+4, mostly because both are part of King's CD mixup.
    Also because of the CD requirement (which makes you duck under the opponent's
    high moves) depending on the opponent's actions, you might be able to land one
    of them once in a while. As for the rest of multis in King's arsenal, QCF+1 is
    basically worthless (because you can easily use a GS throw as replacement, GS
    has only one chance to be escaped, and does more damage), the new JGS multi is
    pretty hard to land (it might work if the opponent does some dumb low, but I'd
    rather not count on that, because the actual risk of whiffing is usually HUGE)
    and the SS one can be easily seen, and punished if you didn't avoid something
    with the previous SS, it can be escaped like a sidethrow, and SS hopkick is
    generally more rewarding. The d/f,d/f+(1+3_2+4) form is better because you can
    use it after a low parry, but other than that, the CD+1+4 and CD+2+3 should be
    the main ones to land.
    So, now that you've landed the multi starter, you wonder what to do? OK, I've
    received an e-mail from a player asking me how to do all these multis. So I
    guess I should explain for the first-time players out there how does those
    canned throws work. Let's make this clear via an hypothetical example:
    Throw A
    = Throw B
    = Throw C
     = Throw D
     = Throw E
      = Throw F
    You begin by landing the Throw A on your opponent. Then you can follow it up
    with either Throw B, or Throw C. The first obvious thing here is that you MUST
    follow the given path, e.g. you cannot do Throw B or Throw C if you didn't do
    the Throw A first. The same goes for Throw D, Throw E and all links that come
    afterwards, and (again quite obvious) this implies that your opponent must NOT
    escape out of the Throw A because that would shut down the whole multithrow.
    And if you're trying to get to the Throw F your opponent must eat all of the
    other throws that come before F. Got it? That's the reason of the increasing
    indents as the links go deeper. It means a sequence in which you cannot skip
    to the step 3 if you didn't do step 2 first.
    Now that you've landed the Throw A, there are three possible paths you can
    follow afterwards:
    - Throw A, Throw B
    - Throw A, Throw C, Throw D
    - Throw A, Throw C, Throw E, Throw F
    To follow one of these paths, simply input the command the command for the
    next throw (whether it is Throw B, or C) while King is doing the Throw A. The
    next throw's input must be finished by the time the Throw A actually damages
    your opponent, if you didn't complete it by the time the Throw A hurts him/her
    King won't execute the next throw. If you did it correctly (and the opponent
    doesn't escape) when he finishes Throw A he will do the next throw. If you did
    Throw C, and you want to get to Throw D, then perform the Throw D's command
    while King is doing the Throw C, and he will do Throw D after finishing the C,
    and so on.
    You'll notice that you may have a lot of time, or little time to input the
    next throw in the path, depending solely in the current throw's animation. For
    instance the Standing Heel Hold gives a long time to follow it up with either
    the STF, the Scorpion Death Lock or the Indian Death Lock, because the actual
    animation for Standing Heel Hold (i.e. since King grabs the opponent, until he
    hurts him/her) is pretty long. On the other side, the Arm Breaker gives a way
    shorter time (but still long enough) to follow with the Triple Arm Breaker, 
    the Chicken Wing or the Head Jammer.
    The most important thing about multis is: MIX ALL THE PATHS UP. I emphazise to
    not go for the longest or most damaging path all the time. If you do that, the
    opponent will catch on to that quickly and will escape the next throw in that
    path. So don't get blind by the potential 90 or 100+ dmg points you could deal
    from a given path, because if your opponent is any good, chances are that he
    knows already the escapes to that path, and WILL mash them if you try to get
    him there. If you're aware of that as well, you know it's better to get 45-50
    dmg than it is to have just 20-25 from the first throw, then see your opponent
    escaping to his life. The only thing you can do about that, is to mix all the
    paths and be as random as possible, don't be greedy here, if you have to give
    up to the most damaging and coolest loking throws, give them up. It's the only
    way you have to reduce their chances of escaping.
    - Tips to enter multiple button sequences eeasier
    If you're worried to have to enter many button presses in little time, here's
    something that can help you to finish it quicker. Actually, you can buffer a
    button by holding it down if you require that button to be pressed for the
    next input in the sequence. This works most of the time, if that "next input"
    is the last input for the throw. Again, let me illustrate with an example:
    = 1+2,4,2+4
    Here you have the commands for Arm Breaker and Head Jammer. If you grab your
    opponent with the Arm Breaker and then want to follow with Head Jammer, you
    can perform the Head Jammer's command as:
    press 1+2, press 4, press 2+4
    or alternatively, you can do:
    press 1+2, press and hold 4, while holding 4 press 2
    and the second form would get you the Head Jammer too. It helps to make it
    simpler, right? Pressing 4, pressing 2+4 has the same effect that holding 4,
    then pressing 2 as you're holding the 4! Thus you can buffer the 4 into the
    2+4 easily. Here's another example:
    = 1+2,3,1,1+3
    If you want to do the Scorpion Death Lock you can do it as:
    press 1+2, press 3, press 1, press 1+3,
    press 1+2, press 3, press and hold 1, while holding 1 press 3.
    It doesn't matter which one you do, both inputs count as the same. Now, see
    how button buffering is in action in a full multithrow here:
    d/f,d/f+2+4 (on crouching opponent)
    = 2,2,1+2
    You know by now you can do press 2, press and hold 2, while holding 2 press 1,
    right? OK, moving on from that.
    = 2,2,1+2
     = 1,2,3+4
    Of course, as you can see, there's nothing that can be buffered here; if you
    do something like tap 1, tap and hold 2, while holding the 2 tap 3+4 you would
    be actually entering 1,2,2+3+4 which doesn't match the command required to the
    Powerbomb's command...
    Not all of the links have commands to allow buffers, but those that won't let
    you buffer buttons usually don't have a particularly hard button sequence to
    input either, or at least not in this case...
     = 1,2,3+4
      = 3,1,2,3+4,1+2+3+4
    Looks a bit more complicated, perhaps? But you can make it simpler:
    tap 3, tap 1, tap 2, tap and hold 3+4, while holding 3+4 tap 1+2
    You can buffer more than one button, you can buffer up to three buttons if you
    have to enter all four buttons at once afterwards. If you have done the above
    sequence as King does the Powerbomb, then he should finish the multi with the
    Muscle Buster. It might still look a bit complicated to you, so if that's the
    case, make sure you practice it enough before trying it in an actual match.
    Only practice makes you better.
    Here's an example of something that, even if can be fully recognized as button
    buffering, it does NOT work in a multi:
    = 1+2,4,2+4
     = 4,3,4,3+4,1+2
    If you try the Arm Crucifixion as:
    tap 4, tap 3, tap and hold 4, while holding down 4 tap 3, tap 1+2...
    It doesn't work, why? Well, do you remember I said "if that "next input" is
    the last input for the throw", right? In this case 3+4 is NOT the last input
    for the throw. I don't know why, but if it's not the last input, the game just
    ignores it.
    = 2,1+2,1+2+3
    tap and hold 2, while holding 2 tap and hold 1, while holding 1+2 tap 3
    For the Chicken Wing, you can actually apply button buffering two times in a
    row, because this link has such a command that allows you to do so. The logic
    behind it is that the 2 is required for all the first, second and last inputs
    of its command, so you can keep it held down the whole time. I don't know of
    other multithrow links that allow you to do so, not for King at least. Also,
    for some weird reason, you can enter it as 2,1,1+2+3 and it would still work.
    Here's another example of button buffering that won't work:
    = 2,1+2,1+2+3
     = 1+3,3+4,2+4,1+2,1+2+3
    Tap 1+3 (hold the 3), while holding the 3 tap and hold the 4, while holding
    4 release 3 and press 2...this would never work. The only buffer you can apply
    here is tap and hold 1+2, then tap 3 for the two last inputs of the Rolling
    Death Cradle (RDC for short) command. The RDC looks, AND IS complicated, there
    is no other way to do it besides practicing it hard. Normally, to do RDC you
    use the right index and thumb fingers for 1+3 and 2+4, and the right index and
    middle fingers for 3+4 and 1+2. If you're playing the console version of T5,
    you can use the controller's shoulder buttons (by binding them like, L1 as 1+2
    and L2 as 3+4, and R1 as 1+3 and R2 as 2+4) to make RDC A LOT easier. The main
    problem with shoulder buttons is that they're considered cheap so their use is
    banned from many Tekken tournaments.
    Since T4, it seems that you can actually mash all buttons in order to do some
    of the throw links, even though this does work sometimes, you'd get the next
    throw at random, and not always the one you desire. For instance if you do a
    f,N,d,d/f+2+3 if you mash 1, 2 and 3 afterwards you might get either the STF,
    the Scorpion or the Indian Death Lock at random. But I really avoid mashing
    buttons for two reasons: one, the throw you get afterwards seems determined
    by random, and two, mashing buttons generally damages the arcade or PS2 pad's
    buttons. You don't want buttons that don't work, right? Do yourself a favor
    and don't mash them.
    - If your opponent tries to escape: Feintinng/faking throw links
    Eventually, if you use multithrows as an important part of your game, when
    you get better and face the better competition too, you will probably find
    some players who look at your hands when you're doing a multi. By know, most
    of the better players know already the escapes for King's most common and
    damaging paths. So if they look at your hands they get to know which link is
    the next throw in the chain you were doing, and then will press the throw's
    escape button. 
    There are a few things you can do about that. The simplest one is to cover
    your hand with the free one you have (during a multithrow, you don't have to
    tap any direction on the joystick or pad at all, you only have to press the
    buttons, so one of your hands - usually the left one - should be free to do
    whatever you want with it), or your shoulder, or maybe the baseball cap you
    wear, etc. Just cover the required hand so that they don't see which buttons
    you're pressing.
    Another possibility is to mash buttons at random, by doing this you would get
    one of the following links at random, so neither you nor your opponent know
    which link will be done, but as I've explained earlier, mashing randomly the
    buttons really is not the best thing to do.
    Another, more elaborated and fancier (but sometimes really effective) thing
    you can do is to "feint" or "fake" some button press. When you are doing a
    multithrow link, the first correct input done before the current throw ends
    counts as the next throw's input. Faking buttons is really useful in certain
    short multithrows like the Standing Heel Hold, for instance:
    = 1,2,3,1+2
    = 1+2,3,1,1+3
    = 1+2,1,3,1+2
    1,2,3,1+2 is the input for the STF. The STF won't be done until that button
    sequence in particular is inputted. This applies to every link of every
    multithrow as well. But if you do:
    = 1+2,1,2,3,1+2
    You will still get the STF. The 1+2 at the beginning of the sequence is
    ignored. You can do as many button presses as you want, yet the STF will not
    come out unless the last thing you've done was 1,2,3,1+2.
    In the case of 1+2,1,2,3,1+2 an opponent who was looking at your hands can be
    easily fooled into thinking you've done the Indian Death Lock, whose command
    is 1+2,1,3,1+2. As you can see, both inputs are very similar, except that in
    the first case you've pressed a 2 in between the 1 and the 3...that little
    detail does make a whole world of difference. The key here is to be as quick
    as possible so that the opponent has little or no time to see the difference.
    You know that jugglers don't really have magic, they only have really fast
    hands, right? Make the hand faster than the eye.
    But sometimes the opponents don't even have to look at your hands to tell what
    buttons you're pressing, they will simply hear the sound of the buttons being
    pressed. Again, faking buttons is an effective way to conceal the link you are
    trying to do (the other is to get and use a silent custom stick but this would
    be possible only if you're playing the PS2 version). For instance:
    (opponent in midair) d+1+3 or d+2+4
    = 1+2,1+2
    = 2,1,3,4
    One of the links sounds like two button presses, whereas the other one sounds
    like four button presses, so if they hear from you four button presses, it's
    fair to tell you've done 2,1,3,4 right? Maybe at first glance, but not really,
    if you simply do Flap Jack as 1+2,1+2,1+2,1+2 or 2,1,1+2,1+2 or even something
    like 3+4,4,1+2,1+2, it also sounds like four button presses...If you get used
    to do Flap Jack this way, and you cover your hands as well, chances are this
    time your opponent has frankly no idea on what you were doing, and has no way,
    shape or form to know it altogether.
    OK, those are all ways to help you get more links and reduce their chance of
    escaping out of them. But you also have the option of not finishing the multi
    and just get two or three links done, too. How is that useful? Well, if your
    opponent has little energy left, you would finish him with the next throw in
    the path, but you can also stop there and kick him with a d+3+4 in the floor
    or refloat him with f+3 and a juggle if he tries to get up. Generally, this is
    the smartest thing to do, as your opponent could escape alive from the next
    link and then comeback with a strong juggle or something. This - escaping from
    apparent death to later rise as the fight's winner - happens a lot in Tekken,
    more times than I could possibly remember.
    Remember, the most important thing with multithrows is to mix all options up
    and be as unpredictable as possible. The weaker links are there for a reason,
    so use them too. And if your opponent escapes out of any multithrow don't give
    it up, sure it was pure random luck; he won't have such luck every time. Also,
    remember that King has many other sources to deal good damage, not just the
    multithrows - simply consider them only as part of your arsenal of moves.
    The primary mixup
    King's primary mixup usually has him with the frame advantage (at least +5)
    over his opponent, at range 0-1 (jab range). You want to keep him here, mixing
    up mids and throws; grabs are so fast that they can't be ducked on reaction,
    and fast mid attacks like d/f+1>2 need to be blocked standing. d/f+1>2 itself
    is a good poke, but it's main purpose is to keep them standing with minimal
    risk, if any at all. This is how King plays at high levels.
    In a nutshell, King's primary mixup after +5 advantage:
    b+1     - Beats jabs and all attacks that don't crush highs
    d/f+1>2 - CANNOT BE CRUSHED, hits duckers, but may lose to 8-frame jabs
              Requires at least +7 frames to be uninterruptable
    throws  - Defeat their standing guard, but can be crushed like all highs
              GS and iSW are for long range
              MB (QCB+1+2) and TS (d/b,f+2) can be used within short range
              Standard basic throws are OK.
    Let's see a basic example off 2,1.
    your 2,1 hits, you do:
    - b+1 if opponent tries to jab you
    - d/f+1>2 if opponent ducks or d+1 (or any  high crush) anticipating b+1_throw
    - throw if opponent keeps standing (most liikely GS but you can use others too)
    Primary mixup is 99.9% of the time available after:
    1 or 2 hit
    1,2 hit
    2,1 hit
    1,2,1 (if third hit connects)
    d/f+1>2 hit
    WS+1 hit (b+1 trades hit with 8-framers)
    WS+4 close hit
    b+1 regular hit
    f+2 hit
    f+2,2 hit
    f+1+4 hit
    f+3 hit
    f,f,N+1+2 hit
    JGS 2 hit
    f,f+3+4 blocked (rare)
    JGS 4 blocked (rare)
    Aditionally, a good part of King's inside game comes from jabbing with 1,2.
    your 1,2 hits:
    - b+1 if opponent tries to jab you
    - d/f+1>2 if opponent ducks or d+1 (or any  high crush)
    - throw if opponent keeps standing
    Basically the same options after 2,1 huh? This is a basic example, but there
    are more options if you look deeper (into the options off 1,2,1 string)
    1,2, buffered GS
    1,2, d/f+1>2 (preferably if 1,2 hits - if opponent ducks after it)
    1,2>1 (if last hit is CH -> free 2,1)
    1,2>1,1,2 (if they duck after 1,2>1 - riskiest option, jab punishable)
    1,2, SS (evades 8-frame jab or basically any counterattack if 1,2 is blocked)
    Side note, the first 5 hits of his tenstring (1,2>1,1,2 as I put there) can
    be used to a little degree:
    - Opponents cannot interrupt between hits ((except for Yoshimitsu's 1+4)
    - If they eat 3rd hit on CH, 4th and 5th hiits are guaranteed
    - 4th and 5th hits are jail - if they blockk the 4th, they cannot reverse/parry
      or duck under the 5th hit; if they eat 4th hit, 5th hit is guaranteed
    - 5th hit is -11 on block, 0 on hit (accordding to last T4 frame data).
    But generally you shouldn't go beyond 1,2,1. Both options are risky and the
    third hit means disadvantage on block, so it's usually better to stop there.
    Poking helps a lot to King's game. Generally, any poke can be a throw setup,
    but there are few pokes that can setup ALL throws. Sometimes this doesn't only
    sets up King's primary mixup, it can be good for other mids (e.g hopkick), but
    these might be riskier.
    Crouch Dash mixup (AKA Secondary mixup)
    King has been blessed with a CD and some moves out of it. The CD allows you
    to go under a high move safely and get stuff in their recovery - that's pretty
    much CD's primary purpose. When facing pitbull-style characters, you'll learn
    to move forward through CD, as it protects King from things like 1,2, enemy
    grabs or those "magic" 4s. If they do - CD under their high, and punish!
    Among default King's CD moves, you have:
    CD+1+4 - Multithrow starter with 1 as break
    CD+2+3 - Multithrow starter with 2 as break
    CD+1+2 - The mid Black Bomb, semi-useful vs duckers, slow recovery
    CD+4   - Mid Dark Knee (punishable - try to not use this one)
    By entering any ub_u_uf+button move during your CD, you'll make that move come
    out of King's CD in a fairly smooth way. This is possible because the upward
    motions will cancel your crouch status whitout need to stand up. Which brings
    us to:
    CD,u/f+4   - Hopkick from CD, VERY useful vs duckers, decent interrupter
    CD,u/f,N+4 - Delayed hopkick, slower execution but stronger damage
    CD,u/f+1+2 - Capital punishment, jumps over lows, has long range and juggles
    CD,u/f+3   - Falling wheel kick, hits ground
    CD,u/b+1   - Water parting chop - small SSL evasion effect, tracks SSR
    CD, f will cancel the CD into a f,f dash; you can then do any standing move or
    throw. By doing f+button moves from crouch dash, you can perform a f,f style
    move. If you don't have a f,f move using the X button, you'll do the f+X
    button move instead. Note the brief pause between the CD itself and the f.
    CD, f+1     - Jaguar Straight from CD
    CD, f+2>1   - Rolling Elbow, Shadow Lariat combo from CD
    CD, f,N+1+2 - Offensive push from CD; on CH free b+3 or 1+2,1 at the wall
    CD, f+3:1+2 - Front Kick DDT from CD
    CD, f+4     - Konvict Kick from CD
    New to T5 King is the ability to perform the WS moves without using a b input
    at the apex of the CD to get them. Now you're able to perform the WS move by
    doing N (wait a split second without pressing/tapping directions) then press
    the corresponding button(s) for that move. It's just like doing a CD,N+4,4
    (CD Tsunami Kicks) with Mishimas (assuming you ever played them, heh)
    CD,N+1   - CD into WS+1 basic uppercut
    CD,N+2   - CD into WS+2 uppercut
    CD,N+1+2 - CD into WS+1+2 European Uppercut
    CD,N+3   - CD into WS+3 Rising high spin kick
    CD,N+4   - CD into WS+4 Rising mid kick
    So how do you use this?
    While not being as effective as Mishimas, King's CD is useful on it's own way. 
    For a start we have
    for confussion. Standing opponents will be thrown by the multi starters, and
    CD,u/f+4 will hit the ducking ones for fair juggle damage and wakeup games. Of
    course, many characters can punish you if they do guess right. The u/f+4 also
    beats most moves if they try to interrupt the mixup.
    European Uppercut is very useful to launch opponents after you successfully
    duck their high attacks (Bryan's f,f+2, Hwoarang's 4,4 strings, Anna's QCF+1
    elbow, you name them - CD under those, and punish). Same is true of u/f+4.
    CD, f,N+1+2
    CD, f+3(,1+2)
    More mids add spice to your guessing game. f,f,N+1+2 gives frames on block,
    which is always good, and is less telegraphed when done out of CD. f+3's range
    is in the short side, but comes out faster than other moves. WS+4 is quick,
    safe and has good reach so it's probably King's best CD option by default.
    These are sort of situation dependant. u/f+1+2 has pretty good reach, u/f+3
    has unusual priority and hits ground. Both moves jump over lows nicely, and
    are part of King's okizeme. I sometimes do CD,u/f+1+2 when I notice my opp has
    a trend to interrupt CD mixups with d+1/d+2/d+4 or low pokes in general, and I
    have been fairly successful at jumping over their lows and earning a good
    u/f+1+2 juggle. The u/f+3 is a handy move against certain characters (Xiaoyu
    and her whack AOP~d ducking, along with stupid PLD Leis come to mind)
    CD, f, any move
    Nice, by doing the CD alone you're not commiting into doing a move, and if
    they try to interrupt your King stuff, you are free to react. Good moves here
    are probably the b+1, the d/f+1>2 and a 1+2-break throw like the QCB+1+2.
    You can make a CD mixup which emphazises on damage, or one that is safe.
    For safety you can use:
    CD+1+4/CD+2+3 (not really safe considering they can be ducked, but without
                   them, there's no mixup)
    King doesn't have the Mishima wavedash, but he DOES have the snakedash. If you
    can snakedash with Mishimas, you can do the same with King, and if you can't,
    f,N,d,d/f, f,SS, f,N,d,d/f, f,SS, f,N,d,d/f, f,SS...
    Snakedash will bring SS evasion and SS moves into the equation, too.
    Again, the fact you don't have the (E)WGF move doesn't mean you cannot mixup
    like the Mishimas. I'm not saying you should try to go toe to toe with them,
    'cause you CAN'T (E/WGF being a good reason), but maybe against non-Mishimas.
    While a Mishima can wavedash and interrupt with E/WGF if opponents get cocky, 
    King's CD mixups should be set up with intense poking game and the ocassional
    advantage, either when opponent is grounded, or by backdashing out of an enemy
    attack; that way opponents don't have time to interrupt the mixup.
    FC mixup
    These are King's options out of the full crouch position:
    FC,d/b,d,d/b+1+2: The Rock Bottom throw
    FC,d/b, stand up, f+2: The Tombstone done in an ugly way
    WS+1+3/WS+2+4: Not so obvious, these are King's basic throws from FC. Another
    way to execute these from crouch is simply FC,d/f+1+3 or FC,d/f+2+4.
    FC+1,N+2: King's fastest move from full crouch
    FC+3/FC+4: Generic low kicks from FC, common for most characters
    WS+4: Basic rising mid kick, your safest bet from FC. Decent damage
    WS+1+2: Slow mid launcher, short range, safe on block
    FC,d/f+2: Another mid launcher, good reach but slow recovery
    FC,d/f+1: The low leg breaker, goes under highs but has very slow startup
    FC,u/f+4: You can hopkick from FC too.
    Fine, King is not Bryan you might say, but he still has some very good moves
    from FC including some launchers. I personally use those moves off FC -not too
    hard to see why:
    WS+1+2 (after ducking most highs, this is a good retaliation)
    FC,d/f+2 (has longer range than WS+1+2)
    WS+4 (if I want to get out of FC safely - sometimes this is all you can get)
    FC+4 (low poke for tick damage, best mixed with WS+4)
    FC+1,N+2 (if they want to poke King out of moves; it will stop highs cold)
    WS+1+3 (mixed w/ Rock Bottom to prevent broken grabs; comes out just as fast)
    b+1+2 followups
    b+1+2 is one of King's best grabs once you have trapped them against the wall.
    By mixing the b+1+2 alone, the b+1+2 linked to 1+3 and a mid move, you have a
    pretty good guessing game. If there are no walls around, you can mix the 1+3
    with the 2+4 links since a b+1+2~2+4 also gives you free followups, no walls
    b+1+2 itself into the wall gives free b+3 for 21 damage and oki, although even
    if they're at the wall, they can still break the throw.
    b+1+2~1+3 gives King free stuff.
    No walls behind them:
    - f,b+1 (easy)
    - f,f,N+1,2
    - iSW (vs bigs) 
    Walls behind them:
    - free throw attempt including another b+1++2
    - b+1 (fairly unreliable, sometimes goes thhrough opponent for no reason)
    - d/f+2 (wall splat? d+3+4 afterwards seemss guaranteed.)
    - 2,1
    b+1+2~2+4 also has guaranteed followups:
    u/f+2+4 (do it as soon as possible)
    run up, ground throw (do it fast)
    Note that you get the b+1+2~2+4 followups only if the wall is NOT right behind 
    King's back. In that case, you'll throw them into the wall and they'll recover
    faster than normal for some reason, preventing any ground hit from happening.
    b+1+2~3+4 gives a free ground throw mixup, or free d+1+2. However, it's the
    most dangerous option from b+1+2 because, should they break your throw, they
    will be rewarded with a free power move or launcher on your back.
    b+1+2,1+2 mixups
    As most people know by now, this throw will leave the opponent backturned and
    right in front of King, at a small disadvantage (+5 frames for King). At this
    point you can do d+2 (which is guaranteed) or stick with the mixups described
    as follows:
    - free d+2 : if you do this as soon as posssible, they cannot turn around and
    block the move in time, and if they attempt any BT move, then the d+2 will be
    a CH. Only Xiaoyu in this situation could low parry your d+2 with her special
    RDS low parry (then again you shouldn't be doing b+1+2,1+2 on her), but since
    such option is unique to Xiaoyu, other characters can't do anything about it.
    After hitting with d+2, it's possible that they still remain backturned; if it
    happens, it's a guaranteed WS+4 before they can block again, but this WS+4 can 
    be avoided if they do BT 1+3_2+4 right after the b+1+2,1+2 throw (they will 
    turn around and the d+2 still hits them, but now they are facing forwards and
    therefore they'll be able to block the WS+4 or whatever you may do)
    - d/f+1,2 : the only way for them to avoid  this is by doing a BT 1_2 or BT d+1
    jab which will interrupt King if done correctly. Again they can attempt BT 1+3
    or 2+4, but this won't do any good for them, since d/f+1,2 still connects on
    their front as a natural combo.
    - duck, then WS+1+2 : this is what you do iif they try the aforementioned BT 1
    or BT d+1 to jab you out of d/f+1,2. Basically, you duck and wait for their
    move, so doing the WS+1+2 is actually optional and will most likely depend on
    their response. The BT 1_2 is 8 frames, but has a much longer recovery than a
    regular 8 frame jab from normal facing forward stance, so if you duck under it
    you should have no problem in punishing with WS+1+2 afterwards. If they do a
    BT d+1 low jab (which is low) or a low BT d+3_d+4 shin kick, you should be
    able to low parry them and get a free u/f+4 juggle, and if they do BT u/f+4
    (which is the only generic BT mid that could be a threat) they might very well
    whiff because the BT hopkick has such a poor range and you practically have to
    walk into it for them to really hit you.
    Other less useful options at this point are:
    - b,f+1+2 : It's quite rare to get a backthhrow in this situation because most
    players automatically duck when they get BT'ed, as no one in their right mind
    would want to risk eating this. However, if for some reason the opponent is
    dumb enough and holds back or forward to turn around, b,f+1+2 will connect as
    long as it's done inmediately after b+1+2,1+2. The backthrow is actually your
    most useless and riskiest option as it's very easy to duck and then punish
    King's whiff with a generic BT u/f+4 afterwards.
    - b+1+3_b+2+4 : Not as useless as the abovee, but perhaps just as risky. Some
    players once getting BT'ed might try to mash BT moves as soon as possible in
    the hopes of knocking King out of moves or a backthrow attempt. This is quite
    stupid though, since he has the frame advantage for about +5 or so which is
    more than enough to wait a split second and reverse them. Not bad, but it's
    much better to just duck basic BT 1_2_3_4 and low parry possible lows like BT
    d+1 or d+4, since you'll get a launch if they do any of these options, not to
    mention that it's safer since ducking alone doesn't commit into whiffing moves
    as you do when you attempt a reversal. BT u/f+4 is a mid but as I mentioned
    earlier, it's very likely to whiff on crouching characters (specially if they
    are crouchwalking backwards)
    All of these b+1+2,1+2 mixups should be really avoided against:
    Xiaoyu (she can parry from BT stance or even go to AOP and launch you, between
    other options)
    Raven (he has his Backbared punch reversal from BT, among other BT moves)
    Lei (he can drop to the floor and you would whiff)
    Nina (her BT 2,2,3 which is the same as her facing forward 1,2,3 could get you
    into trouble)
    If you can, use other options from b+1+2 (like b+1+2~1+3 or b+1+2~2+4) on the
    above mentioned characters.
    - against Steve:
    Oddly enough, Steve doesn't have the BT u/f+4 which is available to all other
    characters. This means you can actually attempt a backthrow with less risk of
    being launched, unless he turns around while remaining in FC somehow, but I
    don't think it can be done - AFAIK, if you attempt this you will stand up for
    a brief period before crouching again, hence if Steve does this he probably
    might eat the backthrow during that split second. I need to test and verify if
    this is possible though. Irregardless of the above, he can still do BT d+1 to
    crush a b,f+1+2 backthrow attempt.
    Low parry followups
    Given that many sweeps will guarantee you a launcher on block, there are still
    many "safe" lows that must be punished via low parry. Everyone's d+4 is a good
    example. Now there's more of a window to punish a parried low punch (the frame
    advantage seems to be +16 after parrying a low punch and +18 after a low kick)
    Luckily, King has good punishment after a low parry, including a launcher.
    King's possible followups after low parry are:
    * u/f+4 to juggle
    * f+3:1+2
    * d/f+1,2
    * after parried low kick: 1+2,1
      (good choice if opponent's back is next to walls; 1+2,1 (w!) f+2+3 68 dmg)
    * low grab mixup: d+1+3 (break 1) d+2+4 (break 2)
    * low multigrab mixup: (d/f),d/f+1+3 (break 1) (d/f),d/f+2+4 (break 2)
      Keep in mind that the first d/f is automatically buffered off low parry.
    What to use is up to you. Needless to say the best option should be u/f+4 to
    juggle, but sometimes you have to discard the hopkick, as it has short reach
    and you are bound to whiff after parrying low kicks from some characters like
    Feng (his SS+4 is a good example). You could solve this by realigning your
    character with opponent (press ~f after parrying, then u/f+4), but this takes
    practice and may still whiff on ocassion. In that case, moves like 1+2,1 seem
    a better option afterwards.
    A lot of people ignore completely King's reversals. They might seem somewhat
    scrubby for some, or totally useless for others. But on the hands of a skilled
    player, both of them can turn the tide of the match in King's favor. They do
    good damage, they give you momentum to breath if you're under pressure, they 
    give you free okizeme and they are totally unchickenable unlike the standard
    reversals, so why ignore them?
    If you really want to take advantage of King's unchickenable reversals to the
    fullest, you must be able to see and read slow moves in the earlier frames of
    their animation. For instance, lots of characters possess slow jumping u/f+4s
    which recover safely on block, and as such they are fairly safe even on whiff,
    a few examples being Bryan's (crushes lows very well, doesn't give frames on
    block at all, it's hard to punish even on whiff and gives him crazy juggles),
    Yoshi's, Christie's. These moves are good to crush lows, they are safe and 
    unpunishable for the most part, BUT THEY ARE SLOW.
    So what if that Bryan's u/f+4 juggles on hit and is safe on block? It's still
    slow. Mind you, most of the good players can easily see a slow low sweep like
    Jin's f,N,d,d/f+4 and low parry it everytime, guaranteed, because the move is
    too slow for them and they can easily read it as if they were watching in slow
    motion. If they can read Jin's sweep which does juggle on hit, who can say you
    can't read Bryan's u/f+4 and reverse it?
    Another common use of reversals is to cut down various strings (10-hit strings
    come to mind) that have a break point in the middle of them, or most non-jail
    strings (a jail string is a string in which you are forced to block all hits
    if you blocked the first one). Things like, Kazuya's WS+1,2 where the second
    hit is a right mid punch. True, you can get some jab punishment for free after
    blocking the 2, however it's much better to see the 2 (and I mean see the 2,
    because Kaz could easily stop at the WS+1 and you would whiff) and reverse it
    for more damage and free oki.
    Before attempting reversals however, make sure that you can see and read the
    moves you're trying to reverse, otherwise your reversal attempt will whiff and
    that could be the end of the round. Also, make sure that the reversal damage
    is worth the effort, example: Law's d+2,3 you can reverse the 3 if you blocked
    the d+2, but King can deal much more damage simply by blocking the 3 and doing
    u/f+4 for a juggle, therefore the smartest option is just to wait for the 3 to
    come out, block and then punish it. And, first of all, make sure that the move
    you're trying to reverse CAN BE REVERSED! This sounds dead obvious, but it had
    to be said; most (but not all) knee and elbow attacks along with a few select
    punch and kick moves, like d+1 or WR+3, cannot be reversed; neither can be the
    99% of throws in the game; so if you go around trying to catch the opponents'
    moves, if they know this, they will give you what you deserve. 
    Moral of the story: If a move is safe on block but is still pretty slow and/or
    readable on execution you shouldn't leave it unpunished; no matter if it hits
    low, high, middle or whatever. King has the standard low parry to counter lows
    AND THE REVERSALS to counter most of what is high/mid except for left punches
    and some unreversable moves.
    Some obvious spots to reverse hits in strings are (in square brackets):
    Anna's d/f+1,2,[3_4]
    Hwoarang's d/f+3,[3_4]
    Jin's 1,2,[3_4]
    Kazuya/Devil Jin's WS+1,[2]
    Paul's and Hei's d+1,[2]
    Christie's b+4,[4]
    Jack-5/Kuma's D/F+1,[2],1,[2]
    Kuma's 1+2,[1+2],[1+2]
    Law's 4,[u+3]
    Before I continue, there are some moves that still have guaranteed followups,
    these are:
    d/b+4 -> u/f+3
    f,f+1 -> FC,d/f+3 or d+3+4
    f+1+2 -> BT 3 or u/f+3_d/b+3_d/b+4_ground throw (depends on positioning)
    f+1+2* -> d/b+3
    b+2+4 reversals -> ground throws, u/f+3, FC,df+1
    b+1+3 reversal -> d+3+4
    b,f+1+2 backthrow -> u/f+3, dash ground throw
    b+1+2~3+4 -> u/f+3, dash ground throw
    b+1+2~2+4 -> f,f+2+3, u/f+2+4, FC,d/f+1 or u/b~u~u/f+1+2 if done ASAP
    Left sidethrow -> same as above
    Right sidethrow -> d/b+4, u/f+3, d+1+2
    (on big characters) QCB+1+2 throw -> BT+3
    (on big characters) left sidethrow -> u/f+1+2
    Normally, King's options (in order of preference) when it comes to oki are:
    * For backrollers:
    - f,f+2~1 pickup: Works better up close. Thhe reason this works on backrollers
      and it isn't a standard pickup, is the slow speed on the f,f+2. A plus is
      that if they stay down your f,f+2~1 whiffs but the 1 makes King "walk" over
      them, hence being safe even on whiff.
    - u/f+1+2: Can work in almost any situationn, even if you're in FC. Slow, but
      can jump over low sweeps. However wakeup mid kick (which can be done out of
      backroll) may beat it if you're not careful.
    - f+2+3: Also good against backroll, but ussually misses when your opponent 
      starts the backroll from a face down position. f+2+3 can also work if your
      opponent does sideroll into backroll, simply wait for their sideroll and
      chase them with a SS, then bust f+2+3 to nail them while backrolling.
    - JGS 4/JGS d/f+4
    * For people doing cross chop/hand spring/wakeup kicks:
    - u/f+3 usually beats any wakeup kick, and  crushes the KND d+3_4 "lightning"
      ankle kick.
    - Black Bomb beats both wakeup kicks and haand spring for a CH juggle.
    - For the cross chop they need to backroll  or roll forwards first (it is also
      possible to do cross chop from face down/head towards but it requires roll
      forwards first), so you can do u/f+1+2, f,f+2~1, f+2+3 etc. as explained
      above against backrollers. Avoid using u/f+1+2 on people rolling forwards as
      King jumps over them and whiffs especially from close.
    - For the wakeup kicks, you can also wait ffor them and parry the low sweep and
      ankle kicks or reverse the rising mid kick (King can also reverse the ankle
      kick despite the fact it is a low). Even if you don't feel like low parrying
      or reversing them (and I don't know why), you can punish them pretty bad on
      block; blocked low sweep/ankle kick is almost always a free WS+1+2, and the
      mid kick gives you free b+3/b+4/f+4 on block.
    - For the b,b+3+4 (hand spring), u/f+3 fromm close or f,f+2+3 from a distance
      are fine choices because they will beat their handspring attempt, usually
      scoring a CH to boot.
    * For siderollers:
    - Ground throw mixup: Ground grabs can tracck siderolling opponents up close
    - d+1+2: Sometimes it tracks a sideroll to  King's left. Doesn't seem to work
      that reliable though.
    - f,f+2+3: Can work from some distance.
    - SS with them and d+3+4,2, u/f+3, f+2+3 ettc.
    * For people laying grounded:
    - d+3 (on bigs): It comes fast enough. The  chances of them escaping a hit are
      thin, if not zero. d+3 recovers OK afterwards, much faster than d+3+4.
    - u/f+3: Solid and safe, even if they managge to stand up and block the kick.
    - ground throw mixup (dash first if needed))
    - f,f+2+3: Can be used if you are at some ddistance away from opponent.
    - u/f+1+2 (on bigs): Usually too slow to sccore a hit. But it's safe if blocked
    * For quickrisers:
    - d/f+1,2/throw mixup
    - f+3 or f,f+3 pickup (standard post f+3 juuggles: f+3, 1, f+2,2,2 etc.)
    - iWS+4 pickup (standard juggle: WS+4, d+3++4,2)
    - d+3+4,2 pickup
    * For techrollers:
    - JGS 2 or f,f+2: not meant to hit the oppoonent but to put him under lockdown
      where you can pressure them. Additionally, you can mix JGS 2 with JGS 1+4
      or JGS 2+3 multithrow starters.
    - 1+4 after specific juggles: See Tech trapps.
    - Tech traps: See Tech traps.
    * Post throw okizeme:
    Just as in Tekken 4, you don't have a lot of chances for free ground hits; a
    lot of the time, it's more of a guessing game depending on your opponent's
    position and what he/she does. To deal the most damage in wakeup games, you
    need to know/guess how will they recover.
    After most of King's throws the opponent is left in PLD position, or face up,
    head towards King. This means he can get f+2+4 backthrow on people trying to
    backroll. Otherwise you can mixup with d/f+1,2 if they quickrise, or standard
    ground hit options if they choose to stay there. If they are big characters,
    you can actually get a free d+4. These are:
    1+3 airthrow
    1,2>1,2+4 (opponent recovers VERY fast - d+4 not guaranteed on bigs)
    Right punch reversal
    Some other throws will leave them face up, their side towards King. In this
    position you have the same guessing game of the previous case, but with the
    advantage of earning a free df+4 (more damaging than d+4) on big characters.
    These are:
    CH f,f+4
    Standard 1+3 and 2+4 backthrows
    There are a few throws that will leave them in standard knockdown position.
    There is very little you can do after this, because the opponent can quickrise
    and block almost instantaneously (in previous cases they might get hit in the
    process). You get to treat them as if they were standing; it basically means
    run up and mix d/f+1,2 with throws. Sometimes you might even get a CD mixup if
    you are lucky. These are:
    d/b+1+2 -> free d+4 on bigs
    d+1+3 crouch throw
    King's f+3 hits grounded Kuma & Panda face down. CH JGS 2, f+3 combos on them.
    In any case, I want to stress that you do NOT want to use d+3+4 as the default
    ground shot anymore; the risk of it being blocked by quickrise~d/b sometimes
    is big, and the rewards on hit aren't that great...The only time you should be
    doing d+3+4 is when you do d+3+4,2 as a juggle ender. If you want a safe
    groundhitter, u/f+3 and d/b+4 are much better. u/f+3 is your best bet as it
    hits mid (meaning they can't lowparry it as they can do with d/b+4) and beats
    the rising mid kicks and sweeps from grounded positions most of the time.
    Tracking stuff
    For those who say King is a linear character. It's true: King doesn't kill a
    sidestepping opponent like Hwoarang's RFF 3~4 does, but he can still stop
    Remember that a SSR here means the opponent is trying to SS to his right side
    (King's left side). 
    f+1+4 (tracks both sides) short range
    b+1+2 (tracks both sides) short range
    d/f+2 (tracks both sides) short range
    [CD,]WS+1+2 (tracks both sides) ***
    d/f+4 (tracks SSL) short range
    f,f,N+1+2 (tracks SSL) short range
    d/f+3[,4] (tracks SSR) short to mid range
    d/b+3 (tracks SSR, not very reliable)
    f+4 (tracks SSR, not very reliable)
    f+1+2 (tracks SSR) long range
    WS+3 (tracks SSR) handy from FC/CD, but risky if blocked or ducked
    u/b+1 (tracks SSR) good range but risky on block, can be done from FC/CD
    SSR+2 (tracks SSL) ***
    standing 4 (tracks SSL)
    CD+4 (tracks SSL? not confirmed)
    JGS d/f+4 (tracks both sides - very slow)
    JGS 4 (same as above)
    If given the choice I'd recommend d/f+3 against SSR and basic 4 to stop SSL.
    Additionally, f+4 and f+1+2 are good choices too. If you were crouchdashing,
    WS+1+2 is a very good choice as it follows well both sides, plus is safe on
    If your opponent tries to get your right by SSL'ing, then you are in a bit of
    trouble because this is King's weakest side. Standing 4 does cover your right,
    but it's a high and as such, can be ducked or crushed. It means you're going
    to turtle more and try to catch him with a CH 4 or simply wait to see and
    block his stuff.
    | T5 King Combos/Juggles |
    (w!): wall splat
    GS: Giant Swing motion (f,HCF+1)
    iSW: instant Shining Wizard motion (f,f,f+2+4)
    All these combos have been found by the majority of the players in the TZ T5
    King board (including me. :) Thanks to each one of them.
    Damage for combos starting with FC,d/f+2 is valid only for Tekken 5.0, which
    is the console version of the game. For Tekken 5.1 which most arcades have,
    the FC,d/f+2 combos will deal 2 points less.
    There are several combos ending with the d/b+(1+3_2+4), which is a breakable
    ground throw. Despite this fact, the ground grab is still part of the combo,
    because if the opponent breaks this ground throw, you get free f,f,f+2+4 (iSW)
    on their back for a backthrow, or an easier-to-do b+3 for another wall splat.
    Difficulty varies from 1 (very easy) to 3 (medium) to 5 (very hard). This is
    based purely in my humble opinion, so it's a quite subjective issue. But I do
    think that it gives a good idea on how difficult is the juggle to land.
    In general, character sizes in Tekken 5 go as follows (from small to large):
    - all female characters, Wang and Roger Jr..
    - male characters (except Wang, King and biigs)
    - King, Ganryu
    - Kuma/Panda, Jack-5
    - Marduk (he doesn't eat u/f+1+2 when grounnded though)
    Standard combos/juggles (& wall combos starting from standard juggles):
    Combo/Juggle                                                         Dmg Diff.
    CH f,f,N+1+2, b+1                                                     13  1
    CH f,f,N+1+2, b+3                                                     23  1
    CH f,f,N+1+2, b+3 (w!), f+2+3                                         52  1
    u/f+4, f+2,2, 2, f+2+4                                                50  2
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f,N,d~d/f,N+4, d+3+4,2                                  50  3
    u/f+4, f+1,2, f+1,2, f+2+4                                            51  2
    u/f+4, 2,1, f,f,N+1,2, f+2+4                                          51  3
    u/f+4, 2,1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, 1+2,1                                   51  4
    u/f+4, f+1,2, f+2,2, d+3+4,2                                          52  2
    u/f+4, f+2, 1, f+2,2,2                                                52  1
    u/f+4, f+2,2, 1, f,f+3, d+3+4,2                                       52  3
    u/f+4, b+1, f+1, f+2,2,2                                              52  1
    u/f+4, 2,1, f+2,2,2                                                   53  1
    u/f+4, b+1, f+1, f+2,2, d+3+4,2                                       53  3
    u/f+4, f,F+3, 1, f+2,2,2                                              53  3
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1,2, b+3                                              54  1
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1, 1+2,1                                              55  2
    u/f+4, b+1, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,d+1,N+2 (w!), d+1+2                       58  4
    u/f+4, 2, f+2,2, GS                                                   59  3
    u/f+4, f+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, iSW                   59  5
    u/f+4, 2,1, f,f,N+1,2, GS                                             60  3
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1,2, GS                                               60  4
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1, iSW                                                63  3
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1, f,f,N+1, iSW                                       66  4
    u/f+4, f+2,2, 2, f,f,N+1, iSW                                         67  4
    u/f+4, 2, f+2,2, 1, iSW                                               68  4
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, iSW                              69  4
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1,2, iSW                                              71  5
    u/f+4, 2,1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2 (w!), f,f+2,1                 76  5
    u/f+4, f+3, 1, 1+2,1 (w!), f,f,d/b+(1+3)_(2+4) (breakable)            80  5
    u/f+4, f+3, f+2,2,2 (male chars)                                      50  2
    u/f+4, 2,1, f+1+2, d+2+4 (male chars)                                 50  4
    u/f+4, f+3, f+2,2, f,f~d/f+1,2 (male chars)                           53  3
    u/f+4, f+1+2, f+3, GS (male chars)                                    61  5
    u/f+4, f+3, f+2,2, GS (male chars)                                    63  4
    u/f+4, f+3, f+1, f,f,N+1,2, iSW (male chars)                          72  5
    u/f+4, f+2,2, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2 (w!), SSR, f,N,d~d/f+1+2 (males)  75  4
    u/f+4, f+3, f+2, 1, f+2+4 (Jack-5)                                    50  3
    u/f+4, f+3, b+1, 1,2, b+3 (Marduk - unreliable)                       52  4
    u/f+4, f+1+4, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 (Kuma/Jack-5)                          50  3
    u/f+4, f+2,2, 1,2, f+2+4 (Kuma/Jack-5)                                55  3
    u/f+4, f+3, f,F+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, iSW (Kuma/Jack-5)             73  5
    u/f+4, f+3, f+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2, iSW (Kuma/Jack-5)                75  5
    u/f,N+4, f+2,2, f+1,2, b+3                                            63  1
    u/f,N+4, f+2,2, f+1, 1+2,1                                            64  2
    u/f,N+4, f+2,2, f+1,2, iSW                                            83  5
    u/f,N+4, f+2,2, f+1,2, f+2+4 (Marduk)                                 68  3
    u/f,d+4, f+2,2, 1, 1+2,1                                              64  2
    u/f,d+4, f+2,2, 1, iSW                                                75  4
    WS+1+2, b+1, 1, f+2,2,2                                               55  1
    WS+1+2, f+2,2, f+1,2, b+3                                             57  1
    WS+1+2, f+2,2, f+1, 1+2,1                                             58  2
    WS+1+2, f+1+2, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2                                       58  4
    WS+1+2, f+2,2, f+1, f,f,N+1, iSW                                      70  4
    WS+1+2, f+2,2, f+1,2, iSW                                             76  5
    WS+1+2, f+1+4, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 (Jack-5)                              55  2
    WS+1+2, f+2,2, f+1,2, f+2+4 (Marduk)                                  61  3
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, u+2+4                                               57  1
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, f,N,d,d/f+4 (clean)                                 58  4
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, f+1+2, d+2+4                                        62  4
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, f+1+2, f+3, d+3+4,2                                 69  4
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, 2,1, f+2,2,2                                        71  1
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, 2,1, f,f,N+1,2, f+2+4                               71  3
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, f,F+3, 1,2, b+1, d+3+4,2                            71  3
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, f+2,2, f+1,2, b+3                                   72  1
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, f+2,2, f+1, 1+2,1                                   73  2
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, f,F+3, 1, f+2,2,2                                   73  3
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, f+2,2, f+1,2, iSW                                   91  5
    CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2, f+2,2, f+1,2, f+2+4 (Marduk)                        76  4
    CH b+1, F+1,2, f+2,2,2                                                52  1
    CH b+1, f+2, 1, f+2,2,2                                               52  2
    CH b+1, f,F+3, 1,2, f+2+4                                             52  1
    CH b+1, f,F+3, 1, f+2,2,2                                             53  3
    CH b+1, f+2,2, f+1, 1+2,1                                             53  3
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, d/f+1,2                                              54  4
    CH b+1, SSR, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1,2, iSW                                   70  4
    CH b+1, SSR, f+2,2, 1,2, iSW                                          72  4
    CH b+1, f+1+2, f+3, 1, iSW                                            74  5
    CH b+1, f+1+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, iSW (male chars)                      77  5
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, d+2+4 (Jack-5)                                       53  3
    CH b+1, F+1+2* (Kuma)                                                 50  2
    CH b+1, f+1+2, f+3, d/f+1,2 (Kuma)                                    54  4
    CH b+1, f+1+2, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 (Kuma)                                55  4
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, 1,2, b+3 (Marduk)                                    62  3
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, 1,2, f+2+4 (Marduk)                                  66  4
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, iSW (Marduk)                    80  5
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, 1,2, iSW (Marduk)                                    81  5
    FC,d/f+2, [f,f,] d/b+(1+3)_(2+4) (breakable)                          55  2
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1,2, f+2+4                                             60  1
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1,2, b+1, d+3+4,2 (a bit unreliable from 2P side)      61  3
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1, f+2,2,2                                             63  1
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1,2, GS                                       70  3
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, iSW             77  5
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1,2, f,f,N+1, iSW                                      78  4
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1,2, iSW                                      78  4
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, f+1, f,f,f+1,2, iSW (male chars)                       80  5
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2 (w!), u/f+1+2 (Marduk)  90  5
    FC,d/f+2, 1,2, f+2,2,2 (Kuma/Jack-5)                                  60  1
    FC,d/f+2, f+1,2, f+1, f,f,N+1, iSW (Jack-5/Kuma)                      71  4
    FC,d/f+2, f+1,2, f+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, iSW (Jack-5/Kuma)             74  5
    FC,d/f+2, f+1,2, f,f,N+1,2, iSW (Jack-5/Kuma)                         75  5
    u/f+1+2, d+2, WS+2                                                    50  2
    u/f+1+2, d+2, FC+3+4,2                                                50  2
    u/f+1+2, iWS+4, d+3+4,2 (female chars)                                59  3
    u/f+1+2, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 (more reliable on male chars)               61  2
    u/f+1+2, d/f+2, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 (Marduk)                             66  2
    CH u/f+1+2, f+3, 1,2, f+2+4                                           79  2
    CH u/f+1+2, f+3, 1, f+2,2,2                                           82  2
    CH u/f+1+2, f+3, 1,2, GS                                              86  3
    CH u/f+1+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1,2, iSW                                    97  4
    CH u/f+1+2, f+3, 2, f+2,2,2 (Marduk)                                  84  2
    CH u/f+1+2, f+3, 2, f,f,N,f+1,2, iSW (Marduk)                        100  5
    FC,d/f+1, WS+4, d+3+4,2                                               45  1
    FC,d/f+1, WS,f+1, 1,2, b+3                                            50  3
    FC,d/f+1, WS,f+1, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 (male chars)                       52  3
    FC,d/f+1, f,f+3, 1, f+2,2,2                                           62  4
    FC,d/f+1, f,f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, iSW                    75  5
    FC,d/f+1, f,f+3, 1, f,f,N+1,2, iSW                                    76  5
    FC,d/f+1, WS+1, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 (Jack-5)                             52  2
    CH d/b+3, WS+4, d+3+4,2                                               44  1
    CH d/b+3, WS+4, d/f+1,2 (male chars, unreliable)                      47  2
    CH d/b+3, FC,d/b+(1+3)_(2+4) (breakable)                              48  2
    CH BT 3, d+1+2                                                        32  1
    CH BT 3, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2                                             44  3
    CH BT 3, f,f+3, 1, f+2,2,2                                            58  3
    CH BT 3, f,f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, iSW                                       64  4
    CH 4, b+1, d+3+4,2                                                    43  1
    CH 4, iSW                                                             54  3
    CH 4, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f+2,2,2                                       56  4
    CH 4, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, iSW (King)         70  5
    CH 4, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2, iSW                                71  5
    CH 4, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2, d+2+4                              54  5
    f+1+2, BT 3 (angle reliant)                                           35? 2
    f+1+2, BT d+4 (Kuma, angle reliant)                                   33  2
    CH JGS 2, f+3 (Kuma)                                                  38  1
    CH f,f+2,1, d+4 (Kuma)                                                53  1
    CH b+2*, d/b+3                                                        53  2
    CH b+2*, u+2                                                          54  2
    Opponent BT, u/f+4, 1,2, f+2,2,2                                      50  4
    Opponent BT, FC,d/f+2, f+1, f+2,2,2                                   53  4
    FCD clean 3, WS+4, d+3+4,2                                            34  1
    The CH b+2* combos can be escaped by quick backroll (~b right after being hit)
    in Tekken 5.1, and some of them can be avoided even with ~f in Tekken 5.0
    Aside from the many character specific combos already listed, there are a few
    juggles that will not work on some big characters (mainly Kuma/Panda - keep in
    mind that the bears are not as easy to land juggles on as other characters):
    - u/f+1+2, d/f+2, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 (on Mardduk)
    For some reason, this doesn't seem to work if the u/f+1+2 is a CH (but you can
    still land any CH u/f+1+2, f+3, 1_2 juggle on him). Also, no matter if u/f+1+2
    is a CH or not, the u/f+1+2, d/f+1,2, d+3+4,2 juggle doesn't work on him (the
    2 in d/f+1,2 misses everytime)
    - CH u/f+1+2, f+3, 1, ...
    This doesn't work on Kuma/Panda (but you can still land CH u/f+1+2, d/f+1,2, 
    d+3+4,2 instead against them)
    - FC,d/f+2, f+3 ...
    Doesn't work on Kuma/Panda and Jack-5 (you must use FC,d/f+2, f+1 instead). If
    possible, use other launchers such as WS+1+2 against bigs
    - CH d/b+3, WS+4 ...
    Doesn't work on Jack-5 or Kuma/Panda; use CH d/b+3, FC+3+4,2 or CH d/b+3, 
    FC+3+4,4,4 on them. Or better, use a ground throw mixup instead
    The current King's staple juggles are:
    - high launch, f+2,2, f+1, f,f,N+1, iSW
    - low launch, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, iSWW
    - CH d/b+3, WS+4, d+3+4,2
    High launchers are u/f+4 and u/f,N+4 hopkicks, WS+1+2 and CH f,N,d,d/f+1+2.
    Low launchers are CH u/f+1+2, CH BT 3, and FC,d/f+2 (also FC,d/f+1, but you
    must do a crouch cancel to hit f+3).
    The CH d/b+3 one is pretty much the best you can do off this launcher in terms
    of guaranteed juggles (you can also ground throw after CH d/b+3).
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1, f,f,N+1, iSW - main staple for 66 dmg, works reliably on
    all characters and from all high launches, you can add another f,f,N+1 jab for
    extra 3 points before the iSW ender but that makes it even harder to land.
    With King, you're bound to master those multiple dash jabs as well as the iSW
    ender, simply because King's left jab is the best way he has to extend the
    juggle, and the iSW (Running Powerbomb, max damage version) is his best combo
    ender, it does the most damage, brings opponent close to walls and leaves you
    in good position for okizeme. If you can't land the iSW yet, stick to the GS
    command instead, but practice your iSW skills in the meanwhile so that you can
    get the best damage from your launches.
    u/f+4, 2,1, f+1+2, d+2+4 - decent choice if you can't hit iSW or GS reliably
    yet, or just for some variation, looks nice and you can link into the Flapjack
    or Mini Swing enders, which can be broken (but if you're successful at landing
    the Flapjack, it raises to 68 dmg), or end there and go straight into wakeups
    with an almost guaranteed d+3+4. The only drawback of this juggle is that you
    can't land the f+1+2 on small characters or females.
    CH d/b+3, FC,d/b+(1+3)_(2+4) - if you happen to have them trapped with their
    back to a wall prior to the CH d/b+3 hit, then by all means go for the ground
    throw, the attempt is completely guaranteed if timed properly (not that hard;
    since you can execute ground throws from FC now, you don't need crouch cancel)
    meaning they only have the option of breaking it, but even if they break, they
    will be at the bad end of your free b+3 for a wall splat and probably another
    ground throw attempt! If they break again reset the situation again until your
    ground throw connects. Funny isn't it?
    Other more conventional enders are:
    f+1,2, b+3
    f+1, 1+2,1
    Other juggles are most likely started by other different launchers such as CH
    b+1, CH d/b+3 or CH 4. CH b+1 allows a ton of different moves to hit which are
    normally not guaranteed after other starters. A CH d/b+3 only allows for one
    very specific followup (WS+4). CH 4 allows a few more juggles, but these are
    harder to do (except for b+1, d+3+4,2). There's also a few u/f+4 juggles that
    would fall within this class as they use other different followups (f+1+2,
    f+1+4, etc), altough those juggles are meant more for style and flashiness
    rather than the ones starting with f+2,2... and definitely not the ones you
    would use in a world tournament.
    There are some juggles which are A LOT easier if you hit the starter off-axis.
    For example, CH 4, b+3 can only be done if you were a bit to their left (your
    right) before hitting the CH 4. For the CH b+1, f,f+2,1 and CH b+1, f+1+2
    combos, a small SS to the left before (or after) the CH b+1 makes the whole
    combos possible.
    Wall Combos:
    Combo                                                                Dmg Diff.
    b+1+2 (w!), b+3                                                       21  1
    u/f+4 (w!), f+1,2, b+3                                                48  3
    u/f+4 (w!), f+2,2, 1,2, d/b+(1+3_2+4) (breakable)                     84  5
    WS+1+2 (w!), f+1,2, b+3                                               53  3
    1+2,1 (w!), d/f+1,2                                                   56  1
    1+2,1 (w!), u/b+1                                                     60  1
    1+2,1 (w!), f+2,2                                                     61  1
    1+2,1 (w!), f+2+3                                                     68  1
    1+2,1 (w!), f,f+2,1                                                   72  4
    1+2,1 (w!), f+1+2* (Jack-5)                                           72  3
    1+2,1 (w!), b,b,f+3 (w!), f+2,2                                       74  3
    1+2,1 (w!), b,b,N+2 (w!), iSW                                         77  3
    1+2,1 (w!), b,b,N+2 (w!), f+2+3                                       ??  3
    1+2,1 (w!), b,b,N+1 (w!), f+1+2*                                      80  3
    1+2,1 (w!), b,b,N+2 (w!), f+1+2*                                      83  3
    1+2,1 (w!), b,b,f+3 (w!), d/b+(1+3)_(2+4) (breakable)                 84  4
    b+3 (w!), f+2+3                                                       52  2
    b+3 (w!), f+1+2* (Jack-5)                                             59  3
    b+4 shallow hit (w!), BT 1+4                                          50  1
    f,N,d,df+4 (w!), 1+3_2+4                                              53  1
    f,N,d,df+4 (w!), 1,2                                                  54  2
    f,N,d,df+4 (w!), GS                                                   60  2
    f,N,d,df+4 (w!), iSW                                                  68  2
    CH d+3+4,2 (w!), d+1,N+2                                              34  2
    CH d+3+4,2 (w!), b+3                                                  39  1
    CH d+3+4,2 (w!), f+4                                                  39  2
    A high wall splat (caused by a high launcher once it hits when their back is
    to the wall) allows for pretty much every move to connect. The CD+4 (jumping
    knee) causes a high wall splat, but since it recovers so slow you can't get a
    whole lot of stuff. CD+4 really should be considered as causing a mid, or even
    low wall splat even though technically is a high one. The CD+4, iSW requires
    some distance between opponent and wall before the CD+4 connects so you can 
    have enough space which is needed to pull out iSW.
    As said before, f+2+3 is the most reliable followup after a wall stun. f,f+2,1
    doesn't work all the time, seems to be angle reliant. Same goes for f+1+2* on
    big characters.
    If you cause a high wall splat, but you're not in the best angle to get a good
    combo, most of the time you can SS and then get a standard juggle. For example
    you can do: u/f+4 (w!), SSR f+3, 1, f+2,2,2. However, the camera angle might
    confuse and screw you up sometimes.
    | Tech traps |
    Basic tech traps:
    CH d/b+3, WS+4, d+3+4,2, u/f+3 (catches tech to King's left side)
    CH d/b+3, WS+4, d+3+4,2, CD+1+2 (catches both sides - strict timing required)
    CH d/b+3, WS+4, d+3+4,2, d/b+4 (free u/f+3 if d/b+4 lands on techrollers)
    (after any small juggle ending with d+3+4,2), d/b+4 or u/f+3
    launcher, f+2,2, d/f+1,2, f+2+3 (works better against bigs)
    launcher, f+2,2, 2, b+4, BT+1+4
    launcher, f+2,2, f+1,2, f,f+2+3 (doesn't work in 5.1 - can be avoided by roll
    forwards or quick handspring, and it won't leave you with initiative at all, 
    even if it lands)
    1+4 Tech traps:
    You can try 1+4 on techrolling opponents at the end of these sequences:
    (escaped by either spring forward or quick roll back)
    u/f+4, f+2,2, 1, f,f,N+1,2 - 43 dmg
    u/f+4, 2, f+2,2, 1,2 - 45 dmg
    CH b+1, SSR, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2 - 43 dmg
    CH b+1, f+2,2, 1, f,f,N+1,2 - 45 dmg
    CH b+1, SSR, f+3, 2, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2 - 45 dmg
    CH b+1, f+1+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1,2 - 54 dmg
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, 1, f,f,N+1,2 - 54 dmg
    FC,d/f+1, f,f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2 - 49 dmg
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2 - 51 dmg
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 2, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2 - 53 dmg
    (escaped by quick roll back only)
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1,2 - 41 dmg*
    CH b+1, SSR, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1,2 - 40 dmg
    CH b+1, SSR, f+3, 2, f,f,N+1,2 - 42 dmg
    CH b+1, f+2,2, f+1,2 - 43 dmg
    CH b+1, f+1+2, f+3, 1 - 44 dmg
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, 1 - 44 dmg
    FC,d/f+1, f,f+3, 1, f,f,N+1,2 - 46 dmg
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1,2 - 48 dmg
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 2, f,f,N+1,2 - 50 dmg
    *1+4 usually connects as a counter hit for the u/f+4 juggle
    - 1+4 is 25 dmg on normal hit, usually 30 ddmg on CH and 17 dmg if you hit them
      springing up. Add 1+4 dmg to the juggle dmg above.
    - 1+4 might miss if u/f+4 connects at max rrange.
    - if opponent techs to his left, 1+4 will hhit him and will guarantee a rising
      3 for an additional 7 dmg or 10 dmg juggle starter.
    - generally 1+4 catches techs for a maximumm of 6 hits in a juggle, any juggle
      with more than 6 hits will cause the 1+4 to whiff
    Missed f+1+2 tech trap setups:
    - After a missed f+1+2 and they tech, you ccan buffer GS or TS or any grab that
      can be buffered from the f+1+2.
    u/f+4, f+2,2, f+1,2, b+1, {f+1+2} - 47 dmg
    u/f+4, 2, f+2,2, 1, f,f,d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 51 dmg
    u/f+4, f+2,2, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 52 dmg
    CH b+1, SSR, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2, b+1, {f+1+2} - 49 dmg
    CH b+1, f+2,2, 1, f,f,N+1,2, b+1, {f+1+2} - 51 dmg
    CH b+1, SSR, f+3, 2, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2, b+1, {f+1+2} - 51 dmg
    CH b+1, SSR, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 52 dmg
    CH b+1, SSR, f+3, 2, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 54 dmg
    CH b+1, f+2,2, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 54 dmg
    CH b+1, f+1+2, f+3, 1, f,f, d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 57 dmg
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, 1, f,f,N+1,2, b+1, {f+1+2} - 60 dmg
    CH b+1, f,f+2,1, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 63 dmg
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2, b+1, {f+1+2} - 57 dmg
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 2, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2, b+1, {f+1+2} - 59 dmg
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 60 dmg
    FC,d/f+2, f+3, 2, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 62 dmg
    FC,d/f+1, f,f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1,2, b+1, {f+1+2} - 55 dmg
    FC,d/f+1, f,f+3, 1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f,N+1, f,f, d/f+1,2, {f+1+2} - 58 dmg
    | Misc stuff |
    King's unreversable moves:
    f+2,2,2 (all hits - Bryan can parry)
    1+2,1 (1st hit)
    [BT] 1+4
    f+2+3 (Anna can reverse, Jin & Wang can parry)
    u/f+3 (close range)
    BT 3
    d/f+3,4 (2nd hit)
    Chickens for moves that use 2 buttons:
    u/f+1+2 -> f+1+3
    u/f+1+2* -> f+2+4
    f,f,N+1+2 -> f+2+4
    f,N,d,d/f+1+2 -> f+2+4
    WS+1+2 -> f+1+3
    List of 1+2 moves that King's b+1+3 can reverse
    b+3,1+2 (2nd hit)
    Devil Jin:
    1+2,1+2 (2nd hit only)
    1+2,1+2,1+2 (2nd and 3rd hits)
    HBS 1+2
    (f_f,f_WS)+1+2 All blonde bombs in any string
    u/f+1+2 (it's a throw)
    Roger Jr:
    1,d+2,1+2 (2nd and 3rd hits)
    RDS f+1+2
    AOP 1+2
    AOP d+1+2
    | VS strats section (incomplete) |
    - VS Character Strategies
    Excuse me if this section isn't complete yet, but I don't own the game, and
    there are no T5 arcades in my city either, so I don't get to play it as much
    as I want to (the only way I play is from time to time, mainly in some random
    gathering with my comp and we rent a PS2 and the game. It's somewhat expensive
    to play this way...) However, I don't want to leave any hole open. There ARE
    some VS strats here and there, just not much. Most of this stuff comes from
    what was said by people in TZ forums, credit is given to who is due.
    For the punishment lists I will use the following format:
    blocked enemy move = free King stuff
    example: 1,2,4 = 1+2,1
    means after blocking the opponent's 1,2,4 move, King has a guaranteed 1+2,1.
    VS Kazuya
    Short punishing list:
    1,1,2 = uf+4
    1,2,4 = WS+4
    df+1 = 2,1
    df+1,f+2 = b+1
    f,N,df+1 = df+1,2
    f,N,df+1,3 = df+1,2
    f,N,df+1,4 = WS+4
    WS+1,2 = 2,1
    df+2 (far block) = 2,1 (close) or b+1 (*)
    b+2,4,1 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    f,f+2 = 2,1
    f,N,d,df+2 (regular WGF) = 2,1
    WS+2 = uf+4
    f+1+2 = uf+4 (close) or df+1,2 (far)
    f+1+2,f+2 = SSR 2nd hit then punish with uf+4
    db+3 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    f,N,d,DF+4 = FC,df+2 or WS+1+2 or uf,N+4
    df+4,4 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    b+4 = 2,1
    WS+4,4 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    (*) : if you block df+2 at close range Kaz remains safe, you can tell if this
    happens because a blocked df+2 at clean/close range gives a different 
    animation on guard (Kaz's opponent kinda turns briefly to the side)
    - 1,2,2_4: after 1,2 you can duck, then punnish the ducked 2 ender with WS+1+2
      or low parry the 4 for a free hopkick
    - df+1,2_f+2_4: you can duck the 2 and 4 ennders. The 4 doesn't juggle you if
      the previous df+1 didn't hit, so you can at least take the risk with b+1+3
      to reverse the other punch enders. (However, as general rule of thumb, you
      shouldn't reverse unless you can actually see what you're trying to reverse)
    - CD+1,3_4: after CD+1, you can interrupt bboth enders with f+1 for a juggle.
      You can also interrupt both enders with a b+1, it will stun him out the 3,
      or float him out of the 4.
    - WS+1,2: you can b+1+3 reverse the 2 on reeaction.
    - b+2,4,1: you can b+2+4 reverse the 4, or  duck under the 4 for free uf+4.
    - b+3,1,4,1: you can low parry the 4.
    Kaz has returned as a powerful, yet risky character. When facing him, avoid to
    make mistakes or whiffs, and don't be over-aggresive. Even if his options are
    very unsafe for the most part, he still has good power to destroy anyone with
    strong juggles. Luckily, you can punish almost every move of his stuff. Just
    turtle safely and don't leave yourself open for EWGF, 1,1,2, or WS+1,2 etc. He
    has such a lack of offensive power because his mids are either fast but pretty
    punishable (WS+1,2, df+4,4, df+1,4, etc.) or really too slow to be used often
    (f+2, f+4, db+2, etc). There are 2 exceptions here, one is df+2 which is safe
    at close range but if blocked at mid to far range can be punished, the other
    one is b+1 which is kind of a short mid poke, that gives him the advantage on
    block and hit, and gives him free oki on CH, but doesn't have really that good 
    range and isn't really that fast either.
    His famous mixup of CD~WS+1,2/CD+4,1 (twin pistons and hellsweep) is back, but
    you can punish both of those on block, also WS+1,2 has lost range compared to
    previous incarnations. Most players try to use these mixed with EWGF, but this
    time you can slash through those three moves (CD~WS+1,2, CD+4,1 and EWGF) at
    short range with d+1,N+2 or d+2. This was impossible in TTT because EWGF was
    able to interrupt even the faster d+1 with its very high priority, but now in
    T5 the EWGF has been changed into a high move, and at the same time d+1 gained
    high crush properties, so it will crush the EWGF and interrupt the other two
    options at the same time. This is if you're in an idle position, where no one
    has the advantage, but if you eat a jab or poke that gives him frames, you are
    going to sit there and try to guess the mixup. Needless to say that it's still
    better to keep blocking high because CD+4,1 doesn't hurt as much as a full 
    WS+1,2 juggle.
    Be careful of his b+4 up close (it's like King's b+1 but with less reach) and
    his new FC throw (1+2 break). Practice and learn to see his lows on reaction
    (db+4, db+3) when you're turtling, it might be key to victory. His hellsweep
    is really impossible to see on reaction, but if you ever block one, make sure
    you erase half of his life bar with a good FC,df+2 or uf,N+4 juggle. Take note
    that out of all his lows, only db+3 (and generic d+4) has the ability to high
    crush and go under a move, the CD+4,1 only evades highs if the CD motion goes
    under a high, but the hellsweep in itself lacks the crush property, therefore
    it can be interrupted even with jabs.
    On the same subject, if Kazuya hits you with his db+4 low, don't press buttons
    because he is actually setting up df+2 CH. If you block df+2 in this situation
    he will be safe from jabs or whatever, so if you think he will df+2 after his
    db+4 hits, remember your b+1+3 right punch reversal please, that's what it's
    good for! Again, learn to spot and lowparry his db+4 on reaction (can be done)
    so that you don't have to worry about this stupid CH df+2 bait.
    Interrupt b+1+4 unblockable with df+1,2 (d+3+4,2 seems guaranteed afterwards)
    Don't try to d+1 him out of it! It has little range and you might whiff.
    Remember that Kaz is not as safe as he used to be anymore, he can still kill
    you if you whiff a move (even if it's just a single poke) with his EWGF, but
    his mixups are risky. Kaz needs you to whiff something for him to launch and
    thrive, but if you manage to turtle carefully and punish his moves on block,
    everything will be fine. If he is the one turtling, move in and do a little
    "fake" offense - do whatever it takes to get him back into offensive mode -
    then pull back and punish. I emphasize on not going over-agressive, as he has
    the means to either CH you or make you whiff and kill you with HUGE combos.
    VS Law
    Short punishing list:
    [1,]2,f+2,2 = 2,1
    [1,]2,f+2,1+2 = 2,1
    d+1 = WS+4
    d+1,2 = 2,1
    b+1,2,1 = f+3:1+2 or f+2,2 or b+3
    uf+1,3 = WS+4
    QCF+1,2,1,2 = df+1,2 or b+1
    (d_FC)+2,3 = uf+4
    f,f+2,1,3 = b+1
    WS+2 = b+3
    BT 2,2 = df+1,2 or b+3
    db+3 = WS+4
    FC,df,d,df+3 = WS+4, d+3+4,2 minijuggle or FC+2+4 airthrow (fast)
    df+4,3 = uf+4
    db+4 = uf,N+4 or FC,df+2 or FC,df+1
    UF+4 = df+1,2
    UF+4,3 = uf+4
    DSS/DFS [1,]f+1 = b+1
    - [1,1..,]2,f+2,1+2: You can b+1+3 reverse  the last hit
    - d+1,3: You can b+2+4 reverse 2nd hit if yyou blocked the 1st
    - 2,2,1,2: You can b+1+3 reverse the last hhit
    - b+1,2,1: You can SSR the 2nd hit or SSL tthe 3rd hit for free uf+4
    - b+2,3,4_d+4: Low parry the 2nd hit. If thhat fails, you can almost always
      visualize and read the d+4 ender, block and punish it accordingly.
    - f,f+2,1,3: Duck 2nd hit and punish with uuf+4, or b+2+4 reverse last hit
    - df+3,3,3_4: Low parry 2nd hit. If he doess df+3,3,3 if the 2nd hit connects
      you can still duck (not block) the 3rd, but you risk eating the mid 4 ender
      which launches. Do yourself a favor and low parry the 2nd hit ;)
    - 4,u+3: you can SSR or b+2+4 reverse 2nd hhit
    Law belongs to the kind of "in-your-face" characters, simply because he barely
    has any long range stuff. This means he won't be likely to play spacing, or
    keep-away games or anything like that. He's in your grill, either pitbulling
    you hoping to get a CH with moves like d+2,3, or turtling so that he can parry
    the stuff you throw at him or punish it with a launcher.
    His standard mid parry can go into DSS so he can get a free DSS 1, DSS 2 or
    DSS 2+4 throw (break with 2) if he succesfully parries you (this is dependant
    on the move he has parried). His b+1+2 (fake step) has been given the punch
    parry property for the whole animation, and he can do most of his DSS moves
    (specifically DSS 3+4 flying kick, it comes out quickly) out of it, so be
    careful about rushing at him. He can do all of his DSS stuff after both DSS
    and DFS stances (which look the same BTW), the b+1+2 fake step as well as his
    moves that can shift into DSS/DFS automatically (his WS+3) or with b,f.
    Furthermore, his moves with the ability of ending into DSS should be treated
    with a little respect because he does automatically parry in the first frames
    of the transition. These include the 1...2 punches, the 4,3 string, the b+1,2
    (first 2 hits of dragon storm), the last hit of b+2,3,4, the SS+2,1,2,1, the
    2,f+2,2, and the f,f+3, WS+3 and WS+4 kicks. Couple that with his 8 frame jabs
    (CH uf+1 gives him a free 4,3), his 11-frame magic 4 as well as his staple
    interrupters like d+2,3, d+4,3 and WS+4_df+4,3 and chances are, King will be
    the one turtling in this particular matchup majority of the time.
    The bad thing about turtling is, he will get the chance to go for his mixups.
    Law's best mixup is the one that comes from FC, as he has FC,df,d,df+3 (low
    slide) as well as his mid WS+2 launcher and WS+4,3 as interrupter. And he got
    a lot of moves that put him on FC, like his f+1+2~D that gives him advantage
    on block. If you ever get yourself caught in his FC guessing game, you should
    block standing unless you can actually see his slide and block/parry it - the
    WS+2 to huge juggle damage isn't worth taking. d+1,N+2 can SOMETIMES interrupt
    him depending on his setup but don't ever get predictable with that, or you'll
    eat low parry into hopkick juggle. His f+1+2 is probably more annoying than a
    Bryan b+1, but you have two ways to deal with it, one is interrupting him with
    a b+1, and the other is b+1+3 to reverse it when he becomes predictable.
    The good thing is that a bloody lot of Law's stuff is punishable. For a start,
    all of his flipkicks or moves that end in a flipkick are punishable (except
    for 4,u+3), and most of them (except for UF+4) are punishable with a hopkick.
    He doesn't seem to have any safe lows either, though King is unable to launch
    him after blocking his db+3. Another good thing is, Law has huge, and I mean
    HUGE problems trying to track. He has virtually nothing that tracks, except
    for b+3 which isn't that fast. Sidestep a lot, and be ready for his b+3 every
    now and then; with a bit of luck, you may even be able to reverse it for good
    damage and wakeups.
    VS Jack-5 
    Short punishing list:
    1,1 = uf+4 (close) or FC,df+2 or WS+2
    DF+1,2,1,2 = 1,2 (close)
    db+1 = WS+4
    db+1,{1,1},2 = b+1
    b,db,d,df+1 = uf,N+4
    HCF,df+1 = b+3
    WS+1 = 2,1
    2,1,2 = uf+4
    df+2 = uf+4 (close) or df+1,2
    d+2,1 = WS+4
    db+2 = FC,df+2 or uf,N+4 (fast)
    f,f+2 = df+1,2 or b+3. f~uf+4 can hit too if you're really fast
    FC,DF+2,1,2 = 1,2
    WS+2 = 2,1
    1+2,1+2 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    f+1+2,1+2 = WS+1+2
    d+1+2 = uf+4 or uf,N+4 (fast)
    FC,df+1+2 = WS+1+2
    WS+1+2 = uf+4
    WS+1+2,1+2 = uf+4
    db+4 = WS+4 (close)
    (f_FC,df)+3+4 = 2,1
    df+3+4 = f~uf+4
    - 1,2: duck after 1st hit for free launcherr of choice
    - DF+1,2,1,2: b+1+3 to reverse 2nd or 4th hhits
    - DF+2,1,2,1: b+1+3 to reverse 1st or 3rd hhits
    - d+2,1: Low parry the 2nd hit
    - 1+2,1+2: b+1+3 to reverse 2nd hit
    - f+1+2,2: SSR the 2nd hit, then punish witth uf+4
    Jack is back, and he's not a low tier anymore, so don't underestimate him. He
    has a lot of new moves and many of his old ones have been redesigned. On that,
    one of the first things that come to mind is df+2. Jack's df+2 does launch a
    crouching opponent, unlike the other df+2's in the game, he also reaches A LOT
    longer than other characters, but can be punished on block. He also got f,f+2
    to punish big whiffs, it's in the slow side and is punishable too, but he will
    dish out good damage from it. He also keeps most of his trademark moves, like
    DF+1,2,1,2 (which can juggle on CH for massive damage), the f+1+2,2_1+2, the
    b,db,d,df+1 (low) and b,db,d,df+2 (mid), the d+1+2 (risky for him, is slow and
    punishable but is a great high crush and does TONS of damage), his db+1,1,1,2
    string (of which the db+1 alone is an excellent low poke, giving him mixups on
    hit). He has lots of sources for damage, has SS punishers (SS+2, SS+1, and the
    SS+1+2 sometimes), safe power shots (f,f+1), and bunches of stuff that either
    hit grounded and/or can be used for oki or wakeup purposes (db+4 as the quick
    ground hit, df+1+2 or f,f+3 for the chronic sleepers, HCF+1 for pressure on a
    rising opponent, the HCF~df+1 relaunch risers AND hits grounded, etc).
    Among his new moves, is his new df+3+4 (it's a quick shoulder rush, that does
    good damage on itself, and knocks down), it's pretty fast, but it's horrible
    for him on block. He gained a new power low (db+2), a jumping move for the low
    crush purposes (uf+2, gives him free d+2,1 on CH). He also keeps his EXCELLENT
    throw arsenal with a new 1+3 that wall splats, two good single breaks in QCF+1
    and QCB+2, the df,df+2+4 which juggles, uf+1+2 to megaton punch, the db,f+1+2
    which can be buffered, and his db+2+3 which gives him a free df+3+4 for 60 and
    possible wall splat. Be really careful about this one, especially if your back
    is next to a wall as he can easily get db+2+3, df+3+4 to wall splat to another
    df+3+4 for a total of over 100 dmg! Break it with 2. The uf+1+2,d,df+2 is also
    dangerous at walls, but you can still block the megaton punch.
    Jack does have his flaws though. He can poke to a degree, but his poking game
    is still below many characters in the game, including King. For pokes you can
    expect 2,1 (his fastest poke) which is a 10 frame right jab into a mid elbow.
    When you block the 1 in this string, you can buffer a SS (to either side) and
    you will automatically SS his next move. You can evade the 3rd hit of 2,1,2
    that way, by buffering a SSR while blocking the 1, then punish the missed 3rd
    hit with uf+4, but a wise Jack player won't do the last 2 because it's already
    punishable on block. Still, if Jack uses 2,1 to pressure, you can quickly SS
    his moves to the correct side as you block the 1. You can also SS his uppercut
    rushes (DF+1,2,1,2, FC,DF+1,2,1, etc.), though you must do this manually, as
    you can't buffer a SS in the middle of those strings. He also has b+1, which
    is kinda like Kaz's b+1 but leaves him at small disadvantage on block and hit
    and recovers crouching. On CH he gets free oki, though. His d+2,1 (low jab to
    FC+1) is still there as a natural combo and crushes highs, you can low parry
    the 2nd hit as always, or crush it with uf+4.
    Overall you don't have much to worry if you're good reading animations, most
    of his power moves are slow, or punishable (many of them give you launchers),
    or both, and those moves that aren't won't hurt you that much. If Jack abuses
    db+1, crush that with f+4 or uf+4. If he lands the db+1 it's a guessing game
    for you, don't press buttons and keep standing, don't try to SS either (WS+1
    launches and tracks pretty well), watch out for possible lows from FC, as in
    earlier Tekkens you can read and block his FC,df+1+2 on reaction, but FC+1 is
    a bit harder, luckily it doesn't do a ton of damage and you can still block
    the next hit in the string. Also watch out for throws, specifically uf+1+2,
    he can do it straight from FC, without crouch cancelling first.
    Jack is generally vulnerable to SSR, many of his staple moves can be stepped
    that way, the db+1 is hard to SSR but can be done, however f+1+2 tracks BOTH
    sides nicely, make sure you punish that on block. King has the advantage in
    speed, you can pressure Jack with jabs and b+1, however do not rely solely on
    those moves; make sure you use a good amount of MIDS like f+3:1+2, d/f+2 and
    d/f+1>2. Jack has lots of high crush moves, which will mean some pain if they
    land, and a good part of his game comes from crouch as well. Dish out as many
    mids as you need to interrupt his high crushes and keep him discouraged from
    going into FC.
    (from Lil Majin)
    vs Jack, you have to be very quick to react and you must have your iSW combos
    down packed if you want to keep him from abusing certain moves. You have to
    remember that most of his moves are high crushes and that turtling against J5
    gives him more options and allows him to take more risks. Basically, you have
    to be in his face alot and at the same time turtle. You can't afford to eat a
    CH DF+1,2,1,2 from Jack so don't abuse high strings. However, Jack cannot
    afford to make mistakes against King either.
    Here's a list of punishable Jack-5 moves.
    Debugger -> free uf+1+2 or uf,N+4
    d+2,1 -> free WS+4. You can also low parry the 1
    db+2 -> free uf,N+4
    df+2 -> free b+1
    HCF,df+1 -> free b+3
    f,f+2 -> free b+3
    WS+1 -> free 2,1
    WS+2 -> free 2,1
    f+3+4 -> free 2,1
    df+3+4 -> free f,f,uf+4
    FC,df+1+2 -> free WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    d+1+2 -> free uf+4
    db+1 -> free WS+4
    db+4 -> free WS+4
    df+1+2 -> free uf,N+4 (too much lag)
    Btw, Jack-5's df+1,2,1,2 can be sidestepped in between hits, which is a lot
    better than jabbing him out of it because you get a free uf+4 after SS'ing one
    of them.
    VS Baek
    If you are in need of a lifesaver against Baek's triple SSL, look no further
    than u/b+1. It isn't that fast and hits high, but it's still low risk if used
    correctly, Baek can't block or duck while he's in Flamingo stance, he could
    crush it if he's good, but only his d/b+4 is a real menace in that aspect, and
    that move is pretty slow and if you block it he's screwed.
    VS Bryan
    Short punishing list:
    1,2,3 = WS+4
    1,4,3 = 2,1
    SS+1 = 2,1
    (QCF_WS)+1 = b+3
    2,3 = 2,1
    (QCF_WS)+2~b+1 = 2,1
    (N_d)+1+2 = 2,1
    3,2,1,2 = 2,1
    3,2,1,4 = WS+4
    df+3 = uf,N+4 (close) or FC,df+2
    d+3,2 = 2,1
    db+3 = WS+4
    Bryan is good poker, his new 1,2>1 (8-frame) is beastly in which the last 1 is
    delayable, is safe on block and stuns on CH so after blocking 1,2 don't rush.
    His b+1 gives him +3 on guard so watch out and stay standing by default. Most
    of his moves are safe and you won't see much openings, so make sure you punish
    accordingly when you have the chance.
    Stop abusing King's df+1>2 if you don't want to eat punch parry. Stick to fast
    punches (jabs, d+1,N+2/d+2 and b+1) and do more kicks (f+3:1+2, df+3/df+3~4,
    f+4, standing 4, uf+4, iWS+4 etc). As many players said, Bryan is mostly a
    linear character and this is his weakness (he can counter SS with a few select
    moves like df+4, f,f+4, WS+3, uf+4 etc...note that many of those are KICKS and
    can be reversed as such). Also, King almost always has either free uf+4 or at
    least 1+2,1 after SSing Bryan's stuff.
    Luckily Bryan still lacks good lows, his df+3 is slow and his other lows like
    d+3, d+4 or db+3 don't hurt too much (although db+3 gives him advantage on a
    hit). Be careful about his f,f+1+2 throw. Overall, turtle with caution with
    emphasis on SS.
    (from Lil Majin)
    DO'S - Here are moves that you "do" versus Bryan because they are less risky:
    f+3: safe on guard and good for SSL at times
    f+1+2: kills Bryan's SSR and then b+1 combination
    db+4: good high crush low attack and kills random mach punches. Relatively
    safe on guard.
    uf+4: only jab punishable
    df+1,2: Bryan cannot punish.....good versus b+1's
    df+2: Kills bryan's ss options
    WS+1+2: Punish ducked throws and mach punches with this
    F+1+2*: punish SSLed jab strings with this, then get your free db+4.
    DON'TS - Here are moves that you "don't" do versus Bryan and here's why:
    1+2,1: Bryan can punch parry the second hit, SSR the second hit and get a
    free launcher, or guard the second hit and get a free f,b+2.
    f,f+4: Bryan can punish with f,b+2 at almost any range and can punish with his
    f,f+2 at any range.
    CD+1+2: same as above.
    d+3+4,2: f,b+2...nuff said
    db+3: Bryan gets a free WS+1
    FC,df+2: Bryan gets a free f,b+2
    The best thing to do versus Bryan is to Sidestep to the left because he has
    almost nothing that tracks to the left. SSL and then hopkick his arse.
    (from TheDinosaur)
    If he does b+1, you can SSWR his jabs or another b+1 or even throws and uf+4
    him, if he tries something that tracks SSR you can almost always SS it left.
    His uf+4 tracks SSR but it's not to hard to block (maybe even reverse) on
    reaction. Your own b+1 is OK against Bryan as you get the CH juggle if he
    b+1s, and a float if he uf+4s, plus it beats his safe mids, but take care you
    don't try to go head to head with his magic 4, especially in a wall stage. NB:
    as in Tag, if you block df+3 at maximum range, uf,N+4 will whiff, the best
    100% guaranteed damage is FC,df+2
    (from Lil Majin, Howling, TheDinosaur and others)
    You really have to turtle and know how to break her throws just because your
    turtling makes you immune to throws. Other than that, be very patient and play
    smart with few risks.
    You have to sidestep when she tries to do repeated 1,2's and df+1,2's. d+1,N+2
    stops strings b4 they start. 
    - BUFFER THOSE CHICKENS IN YOUR MOVES (not  your left punches; if she reverses
      those, then you must break with 2)
    - Her weak side is her right so SSL+2, SW lleft is in order
    - If she does df+1,2 (block) jab_df+1 you ccan beat both options with d+1,N+2.
      Don't do this often
    - her best throw is 2+4 so break with 2 if  you don't know. Her multi breaks
      are now just 1 or 2 (no 1+2 breaks except after her QCF+1+2), the 2 break
      usually avoids eating the most damage
    - her uf+1+2 to the wall hurts, but you gett a free rising sweep on her as she
      recovers slowly
    - King can use lows a little more as she caan't really punish and has poor
      reward off low parry (unless your back is next to a wall.)
    - King's 1(block) 1,2 is UNINTERRUPTABLE soo use that fact to your advantage
    - f+2+3 kills sway/hayashida
    - after d+4 is blocked, WS+1+2 will beat annything she might try (d+4,1 /
      d+4,1~SS+2 etc)
    - learn to read her QCF mixups, DC is slow  and SSable, d,df+4 is really slow
    - Her u+4 is -10, so 1,2 throw or 2,1 throww are good
    - uf+1 and 1+4 force you into crouch, but ddo not have frame advantage on block
      (1+4 is something like -5, uf+1 is less), mix up uninterruptable WS+4,
      WS+throw, any standard FC stuff etc.
    - Her f+3 hits high twice, you can duck thee 2nd hit on block of the first if
      you're good. if you block both hits instead, she will have advantage so stay
      standing (highs will hit if you duck), watch out for d+4 and throws
    Anti-Anna (preliminary)
    King's db+3 crushes random QCF+1 attempts. CD in anticipation (to duck and
    uf+4 or WS+1+2 when she whiffs over your head) is good too. Most of her lows
    can be spotted except for df+4 (which can be punished with uf+4 anyway). Be
    careful about CH d+3,2 (crushes highs) and throws. As with Nina, buffering
    chicken in reversable moves is advised.
    You can make use of King's CD+1+2 (Black Bomb) move because she can't punish
    King with a launch. You can also abuse lows to a degree, Anna has troubles
    punishing King's db+3 on block with a juggle because her WS+2 is too slow, 
    but she can still low parry it and get an UF+4 flipkick launch.
    Anti-Marduk (preliminary)
    Tackle escapes have been changed. Now, it's either 1, 2, or nothing. Avoid to
    leave yourself on ground too much (your uf+3 on block is fine, other moves are
    His VTS stance backdash seems vulnerable to King's f+2+3. I've had success in
    the ocassions I tried it. If he abuses his 1+2 push, use King's b+1+3 reversal
    (1+2 is seemingly abused when your back to the wall as it beats any move)
    (from MarkMan)
    You CAN'T duck his f,f+2,1...if you tap D/B the moment you block the f,f+2,
    then hold back, you will eliminate the mixup BTW. I don't think that was
    mentioned anywhere before..
    f,f+4: Punish with 1+2,1
    b+4: Punish with f+4
    1+2,1: Punish with b+1
    d+3+4,2: Punish with uf+4 juggle
    f,N,d,df+1+2: Punish with uf+4 juggle
    f+2+3: Punish with WS+4
    FC,df+2: Punish with df+1,2
    db+3: Punish with uf+4 juggle
    f,f+2+3: Punish with uf+3
    f,f,N+2: Punish with uf+4 juggle
    db+4: Punish with uf+3
    uf+4: Punish with f+1,2
    VS Heihachi
    Punishment list:
    1,2,2 = 2,1
    1,2,4 = 1+2,1
    f+1,b+2,1 = uf,N+4
    df+1,2 = uf,N+4 or CD~WS+1+2
    d+1,2 = b+1
    f,N,d,df+1 (regular TGF) = uf+4
    2,2 = 2,1
    db+2 = uf+4
    f,f+2 = b+3
    QCF+2 = df+1,2
    f,N,d,df+2 (regular WGF) = 2,1
    SS+2 = 2,1
    f+1+2 = df+1,2
    b+3,3 = WS+4
    f,N,d,DF+3 = WS+1+2
    FC,df+4 = WS+1+2
    WS+4,4 = f+2,2
    d+3+4, 1 = 2,1
    d+3+4, 1,2 = WS+2 or FC,df+2
    VS Steve
    Short punishing list:
    [1,]2,1,d+2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    d+1 = WS+4
    b+1,2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    WS+1,2 = 2,1
    db+2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    uf+2 = 2,1
    FC,db+2 = FC,df+2
    f,f,N+2 = WS+4
    df+1+2 = b+1
    db+3 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    uf+3 = WS+4
    uf+4 = 2,1
    3+4,d+2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    LWV 1,1 = f+1,2 (close)
    RWV 2 = f+2,2 (close) or df+1,2
    DCK 2 = b+1
    The first thing you need to know is that 1,2,1,2_d+2 and 2,1,2_d+2 are not a
    real mixup on the last hit. In both of those variants the last mid 2 is jail,
    if you blocked the first few jabs you'll automatically block the 2 ender, no
    matter what you do. In other words you can hold db to block the low d+2 ender
    without the risk of being hit by the mid 2. That for a start, however smart
    Steve players will shift into Flicker stance after the last 1 and then using
    a mid from FLK. Be careful about that.
    (from a TZ user that I can't remember)
    df+2 hits him out of albatross spins, SS left kills his mixups
    (from Tiger'sEye)
    SW right is your friend. Seriously. When used at the right times it can dodge
    some of his key moves like df+1,2, df+2 and 1,2,1.
    d+1 cannot be crushed by your uf+4 (both will miss each other). It's better
    NOT to anticipate and crush this move anyway because if you guess wrong and
    he does 1,2 or df+1,2 instead you'll be floated and juggled to the wall. Just
    crouch if you think he's gonna do it and WS+4 after blocking.
    After getting hit by his WS+1,2 (which leaves you in FC), throw out WS+4 and
    FC,df+1 every now and then to keep him on his toes. Your WS+4 can beat out a
    lot of his moves that aren't jab speed, and FC,df+1 is high crush all the way
    so it'll zip under his 1,2,1 if he tries it. Once you've got him to NOT attack
    after the WS+1,2, you can start throwing out Shining Wizards and/or db+3.
    WR+2 can be SW'ed right very easily if they get predictable. Most Steves like
    throwing this out after 3+4,2. SW right and punish with 1+2,1 or hopkick.
    3+4,2 and 3+4,d+2 mixups have to be dealt with the hard way i.e. just keep
    playing until you're seasoned enough to see the difference. Or if you're
    REALLY good, you can interrupt the spin with uf+4.
    (Note: 3+4, d+2 is SLOW and with practice, it can be seen on reaction.)
    The delayed Tombstone trick works well after blocking his db+2 or 3+4,d+2 i.e.
    after blocking with db, return the joystick to N, then tap f+2. 9/10 Steve
    players hold B when their low punch gets blocked.
    If you duck his db+3,2, you have enough time to FC,df+2~juggle. KILL THE
    - King's Punishment Lists
    If the above stuff didn't help you too much against some characters, here is
    something else you can try. I have tried to make these lists as complete as
    possible, but keep in mind most of those punishable moves are not obligatory
    for most (if not all) characters, the staple moves of each character normally
    are limited to a fraction of their respective movelists, but the intention I
    am pursuing with this is that you have an idea on how to punish some moves in
    particular that an opponent could use to screw you, even if they are not part
    of the "staples". Do not try to memorize them all, it's not worth the effort,
    just take care of their staple moves. If you find an opponent who is annoying
    you with an unusual move, then you look for the stuff below. Also if you find
    something incorrect, or something that you can punish on block with King and
    is not already included here, please e-mail me about it.
    As always, this is the format I used for these lists:
    enemy blocked move = King's best guaranteed punishment
    Of course, if a move is totally safe, or safe against King in particular, it
    won't appear in the list.
    What to do against some characters' strings is detailed after each list.
    - 2,1 can be replaced with f+1,2 in most caases, but note that 2,1 is still
      more reliable than the other move. f+1,2 is better for tracking purposes
      (like after blocking King's ub+1). 2,1 seems to have slightly better reach
      and gives King better positioning (easier to buffer most throws from it).
    - f+4 can be replaced with b+3 in most casees (except when the enemy's move
      recovers crouching). b+3 has longer range though, so b+3 can reach where a
      f+4 cannot.
    - Both WS+1+2 and uf,N+4 can be replaced wiith FC,df+2.
    - WS+2 can be replaced with FC,df+2 too, iff you're fast after blocking. The
      FC,df+2 seems that bit stricter in terms of execution, so let's say you are
      blocking a low of -15 that pushes far on block, you could reach with FC,df+2
      if you're good, but if your timing is off the move could get blocked, in 
      that case WS+2 is a lot easier to hit, but is less rewarding of course.
    - uf+4 can be replaced with FC,df+2, if thee enemy's blocked move is a low hit
      and you're fast enough.
    - In order to punish the various characterss' strings, in most cases you need
      to BLOCK the hits previous to the punishment point (example: "- f+3,3,4: 
      reverse the 3rd hit", it means you should have blocked f+3,3 before trying
      to reverse the 4), UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE
    Punishment lists:
    1,2,1,d+4 = WS+2 or FC,df+2
    1,2,3 = WS+4
    1,4 = WS+2 or FC,df+2
    (df_WS)+1,2,3 = 2,1
    db+1 = 2,1
    db+1,1 = WS+1+2
    db+1,4 = uf+4
    b+1[,2,2] = 2,1
    FC,f+1 = df+1,2 (close) or b+1
    2,1,4 = WS+2 or FC,df+2
    2,3 = 2,1
    2,d+3 = WS+4
    b+2,2 = 2,1
    SS+2 = WS+1+2
    FC,df+2 = WS+1+2
    (WS_f_f,f)+1+2 = b+3
    3,3,2 = 2,1
    df+3,1,2 = 2,1
    df+3,1,4,2,4 = WS+1+2
    df+3,2,1,4 = WS+2 or FC,df+2
    df+3,2,3 = 2,1
    df+3,2,d+3 = WS+4
    df+3,3,3 = df+1,2
    df+3,3,3,1 = uf+4
    (d_FC)+3,2 = uf+4
    db+3 = WS+1+2
    u+3 = f+1,2 (close)
    f,f+3 = uf+4
    f,f+3,4 = uf+4
    f,f+3,4,3 = df+1,2
    f,f+3,4,b+3 = 2,1 or d+2
    4,3 = WS+4
    f+4 = df+1,2
    df+4 = uf+4
    d+4 = WS+4
    db+4 = FC,df+2
    db+4,3 = WS+1+2 or uf,N+4
    uf+4 = uf+4
    (UF_FC,uf)+4 = df+1,2
    d+3+4 = WS+1+2
    CJM 1 = uf+4
    CJM 3 = 2,1
    CJM 4 = WS+1+2
    CJM f,3 = df+1,2
    - 1,2,1,4_d+4: Duck after the 2nd or 3rd hiits, and low parry if she does d+4,
      or punish the ducked 4 with WS+1+2
    - 1,2,3_4: Duck after 2nd hit and low parryy the 3 or punish the ducked 4 with
    - (df_WS)+1,2,3_4: Use b+2+4 to reverse botth enders
    - uf+1,3,3+4: Interrupt the 3+4 with b+1 foor CH stun, or use b+2+4 to reverse
      the 3 if it's delayed
    - 2,3_d+3_4: Duck after the 1st hit and loww parry if she does d+3, otherwise
      punish the ducked 4 with WS+1+2 (2,3 is jail, but you can punish)
    - db+2,4: Use b+2+4 to reverse the 2nd hit  (only if you blocked low the 1st)
    - b+2,2: Duck under the 2nd hit, then punissh with WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    - 3,3_4: After blocking the 1st hit, duck aand low parry if she does the 2nd 3,
      or punish the ducked 4 with WS+1+2
    - df+3 strings: After blocking the df+3, trry to duck right away. If she does
      df+3,2 or df+3,3 then you'll be forced to block standing. If she does df+3,4
      or df+3,1 you'll duck the next hit. If you see she goes into df+3,1,4,2 then
      inmediately crush with d+1,N+2 to stop the mind games at the end. Otherwise,
      just keep trying to duck after df+3,2.. or df+3,3.. as there are no mid hits
      in those strings, just high or low. Be warned though, she can SS into her SS
      moves directly after df+3,2. Also if you get hit by df+3,3,3, you can still
      duck the 1 or 4 at the end.
    - 4,3: Low parry the 2nd hit
    - uf+4,3,4: Low parry the 2nd hit
    - (d_FC)+4,1: Guaranteed FC+2 after blockinng her d+4, no matter what she does.
      You can also duck the 1 (if she does it), then punish with WS+1+2
    (WS_f_f,f)+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    df+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    db+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    SS+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,1,4 = WS+1+2 or FC,df+2 (only if you block low the first kick)
    1,1,d+4 = FC,df+2
    f+2 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2 or 3. you can f~uf+4 (fast) to ensure it hits
    db+2 = 2,1
    b+2,1,d+4 = FC,df+2 (WS+1+2 is unreliable)
    b+2,4 = WS+4
    f,f+2 = b+1
    FC,df+2 = WS+4
    df+1+2 = df+1,2
    1+4,2,4 = b+1 or b+4
    1+4,2,d+4 = uf,N+4 or FC,df+2
    3~4 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    df+3 = d+2 (close, not really reliable)
    db+3 = WS+4
    b+3 = f+1+2
    b+3,2 = 1+2,1 or f~uf+4
    db+4 = WS+4
    uf+4 = 2,1
    f,f+4 = b+4 or f~b+1
    3+4 = 2,1
    - 1,3: Low parry the 2nd hit
    - 1,4: Low parry the 2nd hit (use f+3:1+2 oor 1+2,1 afterwards)
    - df+1,2: Duck under the 2nd hit for free uuf+4 or WS+1+2; if the df+1 connects
      as regular hit, you can still duck the 2
    db+4 or any form of Leg Cutter doesn't allow uf+4 if low parried
    1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    df+3 is not reversible
    1,2,3,3,3,4 = df+1,2
    1,2,3,3,3,d+4 = WS+4
    1,2,3,3,4,4,3 = df+1,2 (safe if last hit is canceled into FLA)
    1,2,3,3,4,4,4 = WS+1+2
    1,2,3,4,3 = f+1+2, uf+3_ground throw
    2,2 = 2,1
    b,b+2 = 2,1
    1+2 = 2,1
    1+2,4 = uf+4
    3,3,3,4 = df+1,2
    3,3,3,d+4 = WS+4
    3,3,4,4,3 = df+1,2 (safe if last hit is canceled into FLA)
    3,3,4,4,4 = WS+1+2
    3,4,3 = f+1+2, uf+3_ground throw
    f+3,3 = WS+4
    f+3,3,2 = uf+4
    df+3,4 = b+1
    (d_FC)+3,3,N+3 = uf+4
    (d_FC)+3,3,d+3 = uf+4
    db+3 = WS+4
    f,f+3 = 2,1 (close)
    f,N,d,df+3 = f+1+2, uf+3_ground throw
    (FLA_WS)+3,3,4 = WS+4
    (FLA_WS)+3,4,4,3 = df+1,2 (safe if last hit is canceled into FLA)
    (FLA_WS)+3,4,4,4 = WS+1+2
    f+4,3 = df+1,2 (safe if last hit is canceled into FLA)
    f+4,4 = WS+1+2
    df+4,4,3 = df+1,2 (safe if last hit is canceled into FLA)
    df+4,4,4 = WS+1+2
    (d_FC)+4,3,3,3 = 1+2,1 or f+1+2 (safe if last hit is canceled into FLA)
    (d_FC)+4,3,3,d+3 = uf,N+4
    (d_FC)+4,3,3,d+3 (hit) = df+1,2
    db+4 = FC,df+2 or uf,d+4 or uf+1+2
    b+4 = uf+4
    uf+4 = 2,1
    WS+4,4,3 = df+1,2 (safe if last hit is canceled into FLA)
    WS+4,4,4 = WS+1+2
    [uf+]3+4 = b+1 (safe if it ends into FLA, gives him advantage)
    FLA f+3 = 2,1
    FLA d+3 = WS+4
    FLA b+3 = 2,1 (close)
    - 1+2,4: b+2+4 to reverse the 2nd hit
    - df+3,4: b+2+4 to reverse the 2nd hit
    - u+4,3: duck the last hit for free launcheer of choice
    [f+]1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,2,1,2 = WS+4
    1,2,4 = b+1
    1,2,f+4 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    1,2,d+4 = FC,df+2
    1,4,3 = uf+4
    f+1,2,1 = 1+2,1
    df+1,2 = b+1
    b+1 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2
    f,f+1 = WS+4
    2,4 = b+1
    2,f+4 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    2,d+4 = FC,df+2
    df+2 = 2,1
    WS+2,1 = 2,1
    3,2,1,2 = 2,1
    3,2,1,4 = FC+4
    df+3,1 = uf,N+4 (only if you have blocked the df+3)
    d+3,4 = WS+1
    db+3,4 = WS+1
    b+3,4 = df+1,2 or b+3
    uf+3 = 2,1
    f,N,d,df+3 = WS+4
    SS+3 = 1+2,1
    f+4,3,4 = b+1
    df+4 = b+1 (close)
    b+4,3 = 2,1
    b+4,3,4 = uf+4
    b+4,3,d+4 = FC+4
    b,b+4 = uf,N+4
    SS+4,1 = 1,2
    SS+4,4 = b+1
    FC,df,d,df+4 = WS+1+2
    df+3+4,3,3[,3] = uf+4
    df+3+4,3,3,3,3 = uf+4
    f,N,d,df,uf+3+4 = df+1,2
    - WS+2,1: Duck the 2nd hit then punish withh WS+1+2
    - 3,2,1,2: Use b+1+3 to reverse the last hiit
    - 3,2,1,4: Low parry the last hit
    - d+3,4 and db+3,4: Keep ducking after the  first hit, then punish with WS+1+2
    1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,2,3 = WS+4
    1,4,3 = 2,1
    df+1,2 = 2,1
    SS+1 = 2,1
    SS+1~2 = f+1,2
    (QCF_WS)+1 = df+1,2 (close) or b+3
    2,3 = 2,1
    f+2,1,4 = 1+2,1
    (QCF_WS)+2~b+2 = 2,1
    QCB,N+2 = 2,1
    1+2 = 2,1
    b+1+4 on hit = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    3,2,1,2 = 2,1
    3,2,1,4 = WS+4
    df+3 = uf,N+4 (close) or FC,df+2
    d+3 = WS+4
    d+3,2 = 2,1
    db+3 = WS+4
    b+3,2,1,2 = 2,1
    b+3,2,1,4 = WS+4
    4,3,4 = b+1
    d+4 = WS+4
    b,b+4 = db+3 or uf+3 or f,f+2+3
    d+3+4,2,3 = 1,2
    - 1,2,3: Low parry the last hit
    - 3,2,1,2_4: b+1+3 to reverse the 2nd hit,  in 3,2,1,4 you can also low parry
      the last hit
    - 3,3,4: b+2+4 to reverse the last hit (donn't mash the reversal, wait a split
      second. It has a little timing to it, but not hard at all)
    - WS+3,4: b+2+4 to reverse the 2nd hit
    1+2 (first hit only) can be reversed with b+1+3
    b+3,1+2 (2nd hit) can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,3 = d+3+4,2 (*)
    1,3:4 = 1+2,1 or f,N,d,df+1+2
    WS+1,3 = ground throw or f+3
    f+2,1,4 = uf+4
    df+2 = 2,1 (unreliable)
    1+2~3 = 1+2,1 or f,N,d,df+1+2
    1+2,N+3 = d+3+4,2 (*)
    FC+1+2 = d+2
    FC+1+2~1,2 = df+1,2
    SS+1+4 = uf,N+4 (close) or FC,df+2
    3~4 = FC,df+1
    df+3 = d+3+4,2 (*)
    (d_f,f)+3~3 = ground throw or f+3
    db+3 = WS+4
    db+3~4,1+2 = d+2
    b+3,f = 1+2,1
    b+3,3 = ground throw or f+3
    uf+3,3 = 1+2,1 or f,N,d,df+1+2
    uf+3,3+4 = WS+4, d+3+4,2 minijuggle
    (QCF_FC,f)+3 = 2,1
    df+4 = WS+4 (close)
    b+4,4,3+4 = 2,1
    FC,db+4 = d+1 (close)
    3+4 = 2,1
    f+3+4 = 2,1
    df+3+4 = 1+2,1 or f,N,d,df+1+2
    SS+3+4 = b+3
    HND d+3+4 = df+1,2, d+3+4,2 minijuggle or f,f+3 (fast) then juggle
    HND (u_d)+(3_4) = d+3+4,2 (*)
    RLX 1 = WS+4
    RLX 1,3 = d+3+4,2 (*)
    RLX 2,3 = 2 and juggle (ex. 2, f+2,2, GS)
    RLX 3~4 = f+2+3 or iSW airthrow (fast)
    RLX 4~3 = FC,df+1
    RLX f+3+4 = 4 or b+1 (**)
    (*) : if Christie goes into RLX then only d+3+4 will hit, unless you're fast
    (**) : this move is safe if blocked at max range
    - 3,4: Use b+2+4 to reverse 2nd hit, it hass a little timing
    - db+3,3: WS+4 interrupts 2nd hit
    - b+4,4,3+4: d+1,N+2, d+3+4,2 her out of thhe 2nd hit, or 1 to juggle her out
      of the 3+4
    - RLX 3,4: Use b+2+4 to reverse 2nd hit, yoou can still reverse even if RLX 3
      hits on normal or even if it's a CH
    1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    db+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3, f,N,d,df+1+2 also beats it
    (ub_u_uf)+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    Devil Jin:
    1,1,2 = uf+4
    1,2,2 = 2,1
    1,2,4 = 2,1
    f,N,d,df+1 = f+1 and juggle
    f,N,d,df+1,3 = df+1,2
    f,N,d,df+1,4 = FC,df+2 or WS+1+2
    2,2 = 2,1
    df+2 = WS+4
    df+2,1 = 2,1
    df+2,2 = FC,df+2
    b,f+2,1,d+2 = 2,1
    f,N,d,df+2 = 2,1
    WS+2 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    df+1+2 = uf,N+4
    1+4,2,4 = 2,1
    1+4,2,d+4 = uf,N+4
    f,f+3,1,3 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    f,N,d,DF+3 = FC,df+2 or WS+1+2
    4~3 = uf+3
    df+4,4 = df+1,2 or f+2,2
    u+4,4,4 = uf,N+4
    f,N,d,DF+4 = uf,N+4 (fast) or FC,df+2
    {f,N,d,DF+4},4 = 1+2,1
    WS+4,4 = df+1,2 or f+2,2
    d+3+4 = uf+4
    - WS+1,2: Use b+1+3 to reverse the 2nd hit
    - f,N,d,df+1,3_4: You can b+1 after the TGFF, if he does 3 the b+1 will CH stun
      if he did the 4, the b+1 will float (do b+1, 1, f+2,2,2 or something)
    - b,f+2,1,2_d+2: you can SSR the last hit wwhile blocking the 2nd, then punish
      with uf+4
    - f,f+3,1,3_4: You can CH b+1 him out of booth enders, you can also reverse the
      4 or SS it to either side, or low parry the 3 or crush it with uf+4.
    b+1+2* can be reversed with b+1+3
    Don't use d+1,N+2 to interrupt b+1+4/B+1+4 unblockies, use d+2, df+1,2 or f+3
    1+2 can be ducked for guaranteed uf,N+4 at close range or uf+1+2 or FC,df+1 at
    far range
    1,2,2 = df+1,2
    db+1 = 2,1
    db+1,2 = 2,1 (close)
    b,f+1 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2
    QCF+1 = uf+4
    FC,df+1 = WS+4
    WS+1,2 = 2,1
    WS+1,2,1 = b+1
    2~1 = 2,1
    2~2 = f+2,2 or b+3
    f+2,1,2 = 1+2,1 or f+1+2, BT 3 (maybe dash uf+4?)
    d+2 = WS+4
    db+2,[2] = WS+4
    uf+2 = 2,1
    f,f+2 = 2,1 (close)
    QCF+2 = 2,1
    WS+2 = 2,1
    b+1+2 = 1+2,1 or f+1+2, BT 3 (maybe dash uf+4?)
    3~4,3 = WS+4
    db+3 = uf+4
    uf+3 = uf+4
    (QCF_WS)+3 = 2,1
    BT d+3 = FC,df+2
    f+4,3 = 2,1
    f+4,4 = WS+4
    db+4 = WS+1+2 or uf,N+4
    uf+4 = 2,1
    f,f+4 = 2,1
    f,f+4,3 = 2,1
    SS+4 = WS+4 (T5.1 SS+4 = FC,df+2)
    QCF+3+4 = uf+4
    KNP 2 = 2,1
    KNP 4 = 2,1
    - db+1,2: b+1+3 reverse the 2nd hit
    - db+2,2,2: low parry the 2nd hit
    - b+2,3,4,2: low parry the 2nd hit
    - db+1+2,2: low parry the 2nd hit
    - 3~4,3: low parry the 2nd hit or crush it  with db+4
    - f,f+4,3: b+2+4 to reverse the 2nd hit
    - QCF+3+4: duck the last hit for free WS+1++2 or FC,df+2
    f,f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    b,db,d,df+1 = b+3
    SS+1 = 2,1
    FC+1,1,1,2,f+1 = uf+4
    FC+1,1,1,2,d+1 = FC,df+2
    FC,DF+1,2,1 = d+1 or 1,2 (2nd hit is sometimes unreliable)
    db+2 = FC,df+2 or WS+1+2
    f,f+2 = df+1,2
    FC,DF+2,1,2 = 1,2
    1+2,1+2 = 2,1
    f+1+2 = b+1
    f,f+1+2 = 2,1
    df+1+2,1 = uf+4
    b+1+2 = uf+4
    (f,f_FC,f)+1+2 = f+1,2
    FC+1+2 = FC,df+2 or WS+1+2
    WS+1+2 = df+1,2 or b+3
    df+2+3 = WS+4
    f+3 = 2,1 (close)
    df+3 = FC,df+2
    4,3 = 2,1
    d+4 = FC,df+2
    SIT 2 = WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    - df+1,4,1: You can duck the 3rd hit, even  if the 2nd connects as a normal hit
      then punish with a launcher of choice
    - b+1,1,1: You can SSL the 3rd hit (though  you need to be REALLY fast.)
    - FC,DF+1,2,1: You can b+1+3 reverse the 2nnd hit
    - WS+1+2,1+2: You can interrupt 2nd hit witth b+1 for CH stun
    - df+4,1: You can duck the 2nd hit then punnish with a free launcher
    1+2,1+2 (both hits) can be reversed with b+1+3
    (d_SS)+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    f,f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    WS+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,1,2 = uf+4
    1,2,4 = 1+2,1
    f+1,b+2,1 = uf,N+4
    df+1,2 = uf,N+4
    d+1,2 = b+1 (T5.1 d+1,2 = b+3)
    f,N,d,df+1 = uf+4
    db+2 = uf+4
    f,f+2 = b+3
    QCF+2 = df+1,2
    SS+2 = 2,1
    f+1+2 = df+1,2
    df+1+2 = 2,1
    b,b+1+2 = 2,1
    b+3,3 = WS+4
    f,N,d,DF+3 = FC,df+2 or WS+1+2
    4~3 = uf+3
    d+4 = FC,df+2
    f,N,d,DF+4 = uf,N+4
    {f,N,d,DF+4},N+1 = uf+4 (*)
    {f,N,d,DF+4},N+4,4 = b+3
    FC,df+4 = uf,N+4
    WS+4,4 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    d+3+4, 1 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    d+3+4, 1,2 = FC,df+2
    (*) : after 2 or 3 Hellsweeps, TGF followup is only -12 on block (free 2,1)
    - d+1,2: Use b+1+3 to reverse 2nd hit
    - 2,2_2~1: Use b+1+3 to reverse 2nd hit
    - b,f+2,2,1: Duck under the 3rd hit for freee launcher of choice
    1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    df+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    b+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    b,b+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    SS+3 = uf+4
    db+4 = uf,N+4
    uf+4,4,4 = uf,N+4
    (f,N,d,df_LFF f)+3~3 = 1+2,1 or f+1+2
    f,N,d,df+4 = df+1,2 or b+3
    SS+4 = WS+4
    LFF b+3 = uf+4
    LFF db+3 = WS+4
    LFF 4,f+3 = 2,1
    LFF 4,4,4,3 = uf,N+4 or FC,df+2
    LFF f,N,df+4 = b+1
    LFF b,b+4,3 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    LFF b,b+4,4[,4] = 2,1
    LFF BT 4 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    RFF 2,b+4 = 2,1
    RFF 2,4,3 = WS+2
    RFF f,f+3 = WS+4
    RFF BT 3 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    RFF 4,3 = WS+2
    RFF f+4~4 = 2,1
    RFF b+4 = 2,1
    LFS b+3 = 2,1
    LFS d+4 = uf,N+4
    LFS b+4 = df+1,2
    RFS d+3 = uf,N+4
    RFS b+3 = 2,1
    RFS b+4 = 2,1
    - df+3,3_4: Use b+2+4 to reverse both enderrs
    - SS+3,3: Duck under the 2nd hit (you must  be fairly fast) for free launcher
    - f,N,d,df+3+4,3: Use b+2+4 to reverse the  2nd hit
    - LFF 1,1,3,3: Low parry the 3rd hit. If hee does the 4th hit you can duck it
      and launch
    - LFF 4,4 strings: Duck after the 2nd hit tthen WS+1+2
    - LFF 4,4,4,3_4: Use b+2+4 reverse the lastt 4, or block the 3
    - LFF d+4,4: Duck after the 1st hit for lauuncher of choice (you can still duck
      even if d+4 connects as a normal hit)
    - LFF b,b+4,4,4: Duck under 2nd and 3rd hitts for free launcher
    - RFF 3,4_f+4: Duck under 2nd hit after bloocking the 1st
    - RFF [2,]4,3_4: Use b+2+4 to reverse both  enders
    - RFF f,f+4,3: Duck under 2nd hit after bloocking the 1st for free launcher 
      (you CANNOT duck the 2nd hit after eating the 1st, you must block it)
    - RFF BT 4,3: b+2+4 to reverse the 2nd hit
    LFF f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,1 = uf+4 (close) or WS+2 or FC,df+2
    DF+1,2,1,2 = 1,2 (close)
    db+1 = WS+4
    db+1,{1,1},2 = b+1
    b,db,d,df+1 = uf,N+4
    HCF,df+1 = b+3
    FC+1,1,1,2,d+1 = uf+4
    FC,DF+1,2,d+1 = uf+4
    WS+1 = 2,1
    2,1,2 = uf+4
    df+2 = uf+4 (close) or df+1,2
    d+2,1 = WS+4
    DF+2,1,2,d+1 = uf+4
    db+2 = FC,df+2 or uf,N+4 (fast)
    f,f+2 = df+1,2 or b+3. f~uf+4 can hit too if you're really fast
    FC,df+2,d+1 = uf+4
    FC,DF+2,1,2 = 1,2
    WS+2 = 2,1
    1+2,1+2 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    f+1+2,1+2 = WS+1+2
    df+1+2 = uf,N+4
    d+1+2 = uf+4
    FC,df+1+2 = WS+1+2
    WS+1+2 = uf+4
    WS+1+2,1+2 = uf+4
    DB+3,4,3,4,3,4 = WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    db+4 = WS+4 (close)
    (f_FC,df)+3+4 = 2,1
    df+3+4 = f~uf+4
    f,f+3+4 = CD,WS+1+2 or anything
    - 1,2: duck after 1st hit for free launcherr of choice
    - DF+1,2,1,2: b+1+3 to reverse 2nd or 4th hhits
    - FC+1,1,1 strings: Low parry the 2nd hit
    - DF+2,1,2,1: b+1+3 to reverse 1st or 3rd hhits
    - d+2,1: Low parry the 2nd hit
    - 1+2,1+2: b+1+3 to reverse 2nd hit
    - f+1+2,2: SSR the 2nd hit, then punish witth uf+4
    1+2,1+2 (both hits) can be reversed with b+1+3
    f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    d+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    WS+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    SS+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    f,f+2 is not reversible
    1,3~3,df+3 = b+1
    1,d+3 = WS+4
    df+1,4~4 = uf,N+4
    f,N,d,df+1 = 2,1
    WS+1,2 = 1,2
    2,1,4~4 = uf,N+4
    2,4 = b+1
    db+2 = uf+4
    db+2,2 = uf+4
    b+2,3 = 2,1
    WS+2 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    f+3~3,df+3 = b+1
    (T5.1 df+3 = uf+4 (close) or f+3:1+2)
    d+3,3 = uf+4 (close) or df+1,2
    db+3 = 2,1
    b+3,4 = FC,df+2
    f,f+3,1,3~3,df+3 = b+1
    4~3 = FC+3+4
    df+4 = uf+4
    d+4 = FC,df+2
    db+4 = WS+4 (close) or FC+4
    uf+4 = 2,1
    f,N,d,df+4 = uf,N+4
    d+3+4 = uf,N+4
    CDS 1 = 2,1
    CDS 2 = 2,1 (close)
    - 1,2,3_4: Use b+2+4 to reverse both enderss
    - WS+1,2: Use b+1+3 to reverse 2nd hit
    - db+2,2,3: Interrupt 3rd hit with 1,2 or SSSL it then punish with uf+4
    - b,f+2,1,2: duck 2nd hit for free launcherr, or b+1+3 reverse 3rd hit
    f+1+2 (first hit only) can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,1,1 = df+1,2
    1,1,4,3 = 2,1
    1,2,1 (2nd hit blocked) = 2,1
    1,2,3 = FC,df+2
    f+1 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2
    f,f+1,4 = 2,1
    d,df+1,2 = 2,1
    df+2,1 = 1+2,1
    df+2,3 = FC,df+2
    d+2,3 = 2,1
    (d_FC),df+2 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    SS+2,1 = uf+4
    WS+2,1,1 = df+1,2
    WS+2,1,4,3 = 2,1
    WS+2,2,1+2 = 2,1
    WS+2,4,1 = uf+4
    WS+2,4,d+4 = FC,df+2
    1+2,4,b,f+1+2 = df+1,2
    b+1+2 = 2,1
    1+4,3 = 2,1
    f+3,4 = WS+4
    df+3 = 2,1
    db+3 = FC,df+2
    b+3 = FC,df+2 or FC,df+1
    f,f+3 = 2,1
    4,4,1 = uf+4
    4,4,4 = df+1,2
    4,4,d+4 = FC,df+2
    df+4,2,b,f+1 = df+1,2
    d+4,1 = uf+4
    d+4,4 = df+1,2
    d+4,d+4 = FC,df+2
    uf+4 = uf+4
    uf+4,3 = uf+4
    FC,df+4,3 = uf+4
    WS+4 = df+1,2 (close) or b+1
    SS+3+4 = f+1+2
    CCS 2 = uf+4
    CCS 4,4,1 = uf+4
    CCS 4,4,4 = df+1,2
    CCS 4,4,d+4 = FC,df+2
    - WS+2,4,1: low parry the 2nd hit or crush  it with uf+4
    - 1+2,4,b,f+1+2: SSR the last hit then puniish with uf+4
    - 4,4 strings: low parry the 2nd hit or cruush it with uf+4
    - Counter Clockwise Spin 3,1: SS between hiits for backthrow or whatever
    1,1,2 = uf+4
    1,2,2 = 2,1
    1,2,4 = WS+4
    df+1,f+2 = b+1
    f,N,d,df+1 = f+1 then juggle
    f,N,d,df+1,3 = df+1,2
    f,N,d,df+1,4 = WS+4
    WS+1,2 = 2,1
    df+2 (far range block) = 2,1 (close) or b+1 (*)
    b+2,4,1 = df+1,2
    f,f+2 = 2,1
    f,N,d,df+2 = 2,1
    WS+2 = uf+4
    f+1+2 = uf+4 (close) or f+3:1+2 or b+3
    db+3 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    f,f+3 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    4~3 = db+3 or uf+3
    df+4,4 = df+1,2 or f+2,2
    d+4 = WS+4
    b+4 = 2,1
    (u_uf)+4,4,4 = uf,N+4
    f,N,d,DF+4 = uf,N+4
    {f,N,d,DF+4},1 = uf+4
    WS+4,4 = df+1,2 or f+2,2
    FC,df+3+4 = WS+4
    (*) : if you block df+2 at close range Kaz remains safe, you can tell if this
    happens because a blocked df+2 at clean/close range gives a different 
    animation on guard (Kaz's opponent kinda turns briefly to the side)
    - df+1,2_f+2_4: you can duck the 2 and 4 ennders. The 4 doesn't juggle you if
      the previous df+1 didn't hit, so you can at least take the risk with b+1+3
      to reverse the other punch enders. (However, as general rule of thumb, you
      shouldn't reverse unless you can actually see what you're trying to reverse)
      IF you're really, really good, you can duck the 4 ender, then quickly stand
      up in order to block (and punish) the mid f+2.
    - WS+1,2: Use b+1+3 to reverse the 2nd hit
    - f,N,d,df+1,3_4: You can b+1 after the TGFF, if he does 3 the b+1 will CH stun
      if he did the 4, the b+1 will float (do b+1, 1, f+2,2,2 or something)
    - b+2,4,1: Duck under the 2nd hit then uf+44, or b+2+4 reverse the 2nd hit
    - f+1+2,f+2: SSR the 2nd hit then punish wiith uf+4
    - b+3,1,4,1: low parry the 3rd hit
    df+1,2 = 2,1 (if 2nd hit undelayed only)
    d+1,N+2 = 2,1 (only if d+1 whiffs)
    ub+1 = f+1,2 (close)
    f+2,2,2 = WS+4
    f,f,N+2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    SS+2 = 2,1 (close)
    FC,df+2 = df+1,2
    WS+2 = 2,1
    1+2,1 = b+1
    f,N,d,df+1+2 = uf+4 (close) or df+1,2
    f+2+3 = WS+4 (only if f+2+3 is blocked at close range)
    db+3 = FC,df+2
    b+3 = f~b+1
    BT 3 = uf+4
    db+4 = uf+3 or FC,df+1
    uf+4 = 2,1
    f,f+4 = 1+2,1
    f,N,d,df+4 = uf+4 (fast) or df+1,2
    d+3+4,[4,4] = uf,N+4
    d+3+4 on hit = 4 (close) or b+1
    d+3+4,2 = uf+4
    JGS df+4 = WS+4 (close)
    - d+1,N+2: b+1+3 to reverse 2nd hit (if thee 1st is blocked low)
    - f+2,2,2: Duck under the 2nd hit for free  launcher of choice
    - f,f+2,1: Duck under the 2nd hit for free  launcher of choice
    df+3,4 (2nd hit) is not reversible
    uf+3 is not reversible
    f,f+3+4 is not reversible
    SS+3+4 is not reversible
    f+1,1,1 = df+1,2
    DF+1,2,1,2 = 1 (2nd hit of 1,2 unreliable)
    FC,DF+1,2,f+1 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2
    FC,DF+1,2,d+1 = WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    WS+1 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2
    WS+1,2 = b+3
    2,1,2 = uf+4
    df+2 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    db+2 = WS+4
    f,f+2 = f+1+2
    b,db,d,df+2 = b+3
    FC,DF+2,1,2 = 1 (2nd hit of 1,2 unreliable)
    FC,DF+2,d+1 = WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    1+2 = df+1,2
    1+2,1+2 = f+2,2 or df+1,2 or b+3
    1+2,1+2,1+2 = FC,df+2
    f+1+2 = 1+2,1
    b,f+2+3 = FC,df+2
    uf+3 = 2,1
    uf+3,4 = 2,1
    uf+3,4,1+2 = uf+4
    b+3+4 = f+1+2 or 1+2,1 (f~uf+4 if you're good)
    uf+3+4 = uf,N+4
    HBS 1,2 = FC,df+2
    HBS 2 = FC,df+2
    HBS 1+2 = f+2,2 (close) or df+1,2
    SIT 1 = FC,df+2 or WS+1+2
    SIT 2 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2
    ROL 2 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    ROL 3 = WS+4, d+3+4,2 minijuggle
    ROL 4 = d+3+4
    - DF+1,2,1,2: You can b+1+3 reverse the 2ndd or 4th hit
    - WS+1,2: You can interrupt the 2nd hit witth uf+4
    - 2,1,2: You can SSR the 3rd hit while bloccking the 2nd
    - DF+2,1,2,1: You can b+1+3 reverse the 3rdd hit
    - FC,DF+2,1,2: You can b+1+3 reverse the 3rrd hit
    b+1+2 and b,f+2+3* (unblockables) can be low parried
    1,1,1,1,1 = 1,2
    [1,1..,]2,f+2,2 = 2,1
    [1,1..,]2,f+2,1+2 = 2,1
    d+1 = WS+4
    d+1,3 = 2,1
    b+1,2,1 = f+3:1+2 or f+2,2 or b+3
    uf+1,3 = WS+4 (you can't low parry 2nd hit if you block the 1st)
    QCF+1,2,1,2 = df+1,2
    f+2~1 = b+3
    (d_FC)+2,3 = uf+4
    db+2,4 = f+1+2 (if Law doesn't stay grounded after the move) or db+3
    b+2,3,d+4 = FC,df+2 or uf,N+4 or uf,d+4
    f,f+2,1,3 = b+1
    SS+2,1,2,1 = CD,WS+1+2 or anything
    WS+2 = b+3
    BT 2,2 = df+1,2 or b+3
    3[,3],f+3 = df+1,2
    3[,3][,3],4 = uf+4
    df+3,3,3 = df+1,2 or f+2,2
    df+3,3,4 = df+1,2
    d+3,3,4 = uf+4
    db+3 = WS+4
    b+3 = b+1 (really unreliable, shouldn't be attempted)
    UF+3,4 = d+2 (close)
    f,f+3 = df+1,2
    FC+3,4 = df+1,2 or b+3
    FC,df,d,df+3 = WS+4, d+3+4,2 minijuggle, or FC+2+4 air multithrow (fast)
    df+4,3 = uf+4
    (d_FC)+4,3 = uf+4
    db+4 = dash uf,N+4 or FC,df+2
    uf+4 = 2,1
    UF+4 = d+2 (close) (T5.1 UF+4 = df+1,2)
    UF+4,3 = uf+4
    f,f+4 = WS+1+2
    WS+4,3 = uf+4
    BT d+4 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    3+4 = df+1,2 or f+4
    3+4,3 = uf+4
    SS+3+4 = uf+4
    DSS/DFS 1,f+1 = b+1
    DSS/DFS f+1 = b+1
    DSS/DFS 2~1 = b+3
    DSS/DFS 2,f+2,2 = 2,1
    DSS/DFS 2,f+2,1+2 = 2,1
    DSS/DFS 3 = df+1,2
    - [1,1..,]2,f+2,1+2: You can b+1+3 reverse  the last hit
    - d+1,3: You can b+2+4 reverse 2nd hit if yyou blocked the 1st
    - 2,2,1,2: You can b+1+3 reverse the last hhit
    - b+1,2,1: You can SSR the 2nd hit or SSL tthe 3rd hit for free uf+4
    - b+2,3,4_d+4: Low parry the 2nd hit. If thhat fails, you can almost always
      visualize and read the d+4 ender, block and punish it accordingly.
    - f,f+2,1,3: Duck 2nd hit and punish with uuf+4, or b+2+4 reverse last hit
    - df+3,3,3_4: Low parry 2nd hit. If he doess df+3,3,3 if the 2nd hit connects
      you can still duck (not block) the 3rd, but you risk eating the mid 4 ender
      which launches. Do yourself a favor and low parry the 2nd hit.
    - 4,u+3: you can SSR or b+2+4 reverse 2nd hhit
    f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,2,4 = 2,1
    b+1,1,2 (non JF version) = df+1,2 or f+2,2
    d+3 = uf+4
    db+3 = FC,df+2
    b+3,3 = 2,1
    b+3~3 = 2,1
    f,N+3,4 = 2,1
    f,N+3,4,f+4 = df+1,2
    f,N+3,4,d+4 = FC,df+2 or WS+1+2
    FC,df,d,df+3 = WS+4, d+3+4,2 minijuggle, or FC+2+4 air multithrow (fast)
    WS+3,3,df+3_(d+3,3) = uf+4
    4,3 = df+1,2
    4,3,4 = 2,1
    d+4 = WS+4
    d+4,N+4,3,4 = 2,1
    D+4,4,4,4 = 1+2,1 or f+1+2
    uf+4 = 2,1
    d,db+4 = b+3
    b,b+4 = 1,2
    FC,uf+4 = uf+4
    uf+3+4 = df+1,2
    f,f,N+3+4 = WS+4, d+3+4,2 minijuggle
    HMS uf+3 = df+1,2
    HMS 4 = FC,df+2 or WS+1+2
    - 1,2,4: You can b+2+4 reverse the 4 if it''s charged (it's safe to try, since
      the non charged 4 is jail, so if Lee does 1,2,4 and you try to reverse, you
      will merely block it for a free 2,1 afterwards).
    - [1,]2,2,3: You can b+1+3 reverse the 3rd  hit, or duck the 4th hit, then
      punish with a free launcher
    - b+1,1,2: You can b+1+3 reverse the 3rd hiit, or duck it then punish with a
      free launcher
    - f+2,3: You can duck the last hit, then puunish with a free launcher
    - f+3,3,3[,3,3],4: You can duck the last hiit, then punish with a launcher
    - f,N+3,4,4_f+4_d+4: You can SSL the 4 and  df+4 enders (the d+4 will hit you
      out of the SSL, but it doesn't do real damage, and leaves Lee at BIG frame
      disadvantage), and then punish the whiffed kick with uf+4.
    - WS+3,3,df+3_d+3,3: You can either reversee the mid df+3 ender, or low parry
      the d+3 one.
    f,N+1,2,1,2,3 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    First hit connected/missed f,N+2,1,2,3 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    f,f+2 = WS+4
    1+2~2 = 2,1
    3 = df+1,2
    3,3 = FC,df+2 juggle (eg. FC,df+2, f+1, f+2,2,2)
    f,N+3,d+4 = WS+4
    f,f+3 = f+2,2
    f,f+3,4 = b+1
    WS+3 = 1+2,1
    4~3 = d+3+4,2 or d+1+2
    4~4,3,3 = ground throw or db+3 if you eat the previous kick
    f+4 = uf+4
    f+4,2,1,2,3 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    d+4 = WS+4 (d+4 into SNK stance is safe)
    db+4 = WS+1+2 or uf,N+4 (fast)
    b+4 = f~b+3 if you're good
    f,N+4,1,2,2,2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    BT d+1 = WS+4
    BT 2 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2
    BT 4 = df+1,2
    BT d+4 = WS+1+2 or uf,N+4 (fast)
    PLD 3 = WS+1+2 or uf,N+4 (fast)
    PLD 3+4 = b+1
    SLD 3+4 = f+3
    SLD 4~3 = WS+4, d+3+4,2 minijuggle
    DRU 3 = WS+4
    DRU 4 = b+1
    DRU f+3+4 = FC,df+1
    SNK 2,2,2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    SNK 1+2 = 2,1
    PNT 1 = WS+4
    PNT 1~2 = f+1+2 (you automatically stand guard the 2nd hit)
    PNT 2 = 2,1
    TGR 4 = uf,N+4
    CRA 2 = backthrow
    CRA 3,4,2,3 = 2,1
    CRA 4 = WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    CRA uf+4 = 2,1
    PHO 3 = df+1,2
    - f,N+1,2,1,2,3_4: You can SSL the 3rd hit  while blocking the 2nd; you can low
      parry the 3 ender, or b+2+4 reverse the 4 ender
    - First hit connected/missed f,N+2,1,2,3_4:: Same as above
    - f,N+3,4_d+4: You can b+2+4 reverse the 4  or low parry the d+4
    - f,f+3,4: You can b+2+4 reverse the 2nd hiit
    - f+4,2,1,2,3_4: You can b+2+4 reverse the  4 ender or low parry the 3 ender
    - f,N+4,1,2,3: You can duck the 4th hit (itt's safe to try, since the alternate
      string f,N+4,1,2,2 is jail)
    - PHO 3,3,3,3: After blocking one of the kiicks you can interrupt the next one
      with df+1,2
    1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    f+1+2 (first hit) can be reversed with b+1+3
    df+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,2,3 = 2,1
    1,2,3,1+2 = 2,1
    df+1 = 2,1
    2,d+1+2 = 2,1
    f+2,d+1 = WS+4
    b+2 = 2,1
    f+1+2 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2
    df+1+2 = 2,1
    d+1+2 = 2,1
    db+1+2 = 1+2,1 or f+1+2, ground throw
    FC+1+2 = 1,2
    df+3,1,2,3 = 2,1
    df+3,1,2,3,1+2 = 2,1
    df+3,df+1 = 2,1
    (d_db)+3 = WS+4
    (WS_VTS)+3 = 2,1
    f+4 = WS+4
    df+4 = 2,1
    d+4 = FC,df+2
    db+4 = FC,df+1 or ground throw
    FC,df+4 = uf,N+4
    Opponent grounded db+4 = WS+4
    SLD d+2 = uf,N+4 (after waiting a little) or FC,df+2
    - 1,2,3,1+2: You can interrupt the 1+2 withh 1,2 or 2,1
    - f+2,1: You can duck 2nd hit, even if the  f+2 connects as a normal hit. Keep
      in mind that he can mixup with f+2,d+1 though.
    - f,f+1,2: You can SSR the last hit then puunish with uf+4, or interrupt the 2
      with b+1 for CH stun
    [1_df+1_WS+1,]2,1,4 = WS+2 or FC,df+2
    [1_df+1_WS+1,]2,3 = df+1,2 ((N_df_WS)+1,2,3:1+2 is safe in T5.0)
    [1_df+1_WS+1,]2,f+1+2 = b+3
    (1,2)_f+2,1,2,f+1+2 = b+3
    1,4,1 = 2,1
    1,4,3 = WS+1+2 or uf,N+4
    b+1 = uf+4 (close) or 1+2,1
    QCF+1 = 2,1
    db+2 = b+3
    b+2,2 = uf,N+4
    f,f+2 = 2,1
    d,df+2 = df+1,2
    WS+2 = 2,1
    SS+2 = 2,1 (T5.1 SS+2 = uf+4)
    b+1+2 = 2,1
    (WS_f_f,f)+1+2 = b+3
    SS+1+2 = 2,1 (close)
    3,3,2 = 2,1
    3,3,d+4 = FC,df+2
    df+3,1,2,f+1+2 = b+3
    df+3,2,1,4 = WS+2 or FC,df+2
    df+3,2,3 = 1+2,1
    df+3,2,d+3,2 = 2,1
    d+3,2 = uf+4 (close) or df+1,2
    d+3,d+4 = WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    b+3,4,4 = FC,df+2	
    b+3,4,3+4 = 2,1
    uf+3 = 2,1
    uf,d+3,2 = 2,1
    uf,d+3,3 = df+1,2
    (QCF_f,f)+3 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    (WS_b,f)+3 = df+1,2 ((WS_b,f)+3:1+2 is safe in T5.0)
    4,3,2 = 2,1
    4,3,d+4 = FC,df+2
    f+4,3+4 = uf+4
    f+4,3+4,4 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    db+4,3 = f+2,2
    UF+4 = 2,1
    (d_FC),df+4 = FC,df+2 or uf,d+4 or uf+1+2
    SS+4 = FC,df+2 or uf,N+4 (fast)
    d+3+4 = FC,df+2
    db+3+4 = df+1,2 (T5.1 db+3+4 or d,db+3 = b+3)
    - [1_df+1,]2,1,4: low parry the last hit
    - 1,2,1,2,f+1+2 or any string ending in Bloonde Bomb: b+1+3 to reverse last hit
    - 3,3_4: after blocking the 1st hit, duck aand low parry if she does the 2nd 3,
      or punish the ducked 4 with WS+1+2
    - f+3: duck under 2nd hit and punish with WWS+1+2
    - df+3 strings: after blocking the df+3, trry to duck right away. If she does
      df+3,2 or df+3,3 then you'll be forced to block standing. If she does df+3,4
      or df+3,1 you'll duck the next hit. If you see she goes into df+3,1,2 then
      use b+1+3 to reverse the f+1+2 at the end. Be really careful after df+3,2 as
      she can choose between 3 for DC launcher, 4 to track your SS, d+3 strings or
      go into a SS.
    - b+3,4,3+4_4: Three choices: 1,2 or 2,1 caan hit her out of the 2nd hit for a 
      small juggle; or b+2+4 reverse the 3rd hit; or duck 2nd hit then launch her
    - 4,3 strings: low parry the 2nd hit
    - f+4,3+4_4: duck after 1st hit and punish  with uf+4; you can also beat her
      out of the 3+4 using 2,1 for minijuggle; you can also SSL the 2nd hit, if
      you're good
    - uf+4,3,4: low parry the 2nd hit
    - (d_FC)+4,1: guaranteed FC+2 after blockinng her low kick no matter what she
    d+1,2 = b+3
    d+1,4 = uf,N+4
    {d+1,4},2 = uf+4
    b,f+1 = b+1
    QCB+1 = 1,2 (close)
    2,3 = 2,1
    2,d+3 = FC,df+2
    f+2,3 = 2,1
    f,f+2,1 = 2,1
    f,f+2,2 = FC,df+2
    QCF+2 = df+1,2 (close) or b+3
    FC,df+2,1 = b+3
    FC,df+2,2 = FC,df+2
    WS+2 = 1+2,1
    d+1+2 = uf+4 (close) or f+3:1+2 or f+2,2
    (QCF_FC,df)+1+2 = FC,df+2 (close)
    f+1+4 = uf+4
    db+3 = FC,df+2
    uf+3 = uf+4
    uf+3,4 = 2,1
    f,f+3,4 = 2,1
    f,f+3,4,df+4 = df+1,2
    f,f+3,4,d+4 = WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    QCB+3,2,1 = b+3
    QCB+3,2,2 = FC,df+2
    SS+3 = WS+4
    d+4 = uf,N+4
    non-clean hit d+4:2:1+2 = b+3
    uf+4 = 2,1
    - d+1 strings: after blocking the d+1 you ccan interrupt both followups with
      1,2 or 2,1, you can also b+1+3 reverse the mid 2 or block the 4. If d+1 hits
      you can interrupt both options with WS+4, and if d+1 is a CH you can still
      block the 4 (but the 2 becomes guaranteed) 
    - 2,3_d+3: Duck after the 2 and punish the  ducked 3 or blocked d+3 with the
      launcher of choice
    - FC,df+2,1_2: you can SSL after the 1st hiit then punish with uf+4. You can
      keep standing and block or parry the 2 on reaction always.
    - f,f+2,1_:1_2: you can duck the :1, then sstand up QUICKLY to block the mid 1
      (also known as "fuzzy guard"), you can also block/parry the 2 on reaction.
    - f,f+3,4,4_f+4_d+4: You can SSL the 4 and  df+4 enders (the d+4 will hit you
      out of the SSL, but it doesn't do real damage, and leaves Paul at BIG frame
      disadvantage), and then punish the whiffed kick with uf+4.
    - QCB+3,2,1_2: Same procedure as with FC,dff+2,1_2
    WS+1 = df+1,2
    2,3 = WS+4 (close, unreliable)
    2,4 = 2,1
    DF+2 = 2,1
    b+2,2,1+2 = uf,N+4
    b+2,2,3 = 1+2,1
    QCF+2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    b,b+2 = 4 or b+1 (you can duck 2nd hit for free launcher)
    WS+2 = 2,1
    1+2 = 2,1
    b+1+2 = 1+2,1
    b+1+2,2 = WS+1 or FC+1
    b+1+2,3 = WS+4, d+3+4,2 minijuggle
    3,3,4 = uf+4
    3~4 = 2,1
    f+3 = 2,1
    d+3 = WS+4
    db+3 = WS+4
    (ub_u)+3,3 = 2,1
    uf+3 = 2,1
    f,f+3 = 2,1
    f,f,N+3 = 2,1
    WS+3 = 2,1
    4~3 = 2,1
    4~3,1 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    4~3,4 = df+1,2
    f+4 = uf+4
    d+4 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    df+4 = uf+4
    df+4,4 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2 or b+3
    db+4 = WS+1+2
    b+4,b+4,3 = WS+4
    uf+4,4 = f+2,2 or df+1,2 or b+3
    QCF+4 = df+1,2 (backthrow works if you time it right)
    FC,f+4 = uf+4 (close) or f+2,2
    3+4 = uf,N+4
    f+3+4 = df+1,2
    f+3+4,(N_f)+4 = WS+4
    f+3+4,(N_f)+4,2 = 2,1
    f+3+4,3+4 = uf,N+4
    df+3+4 = d+1,N+2 or perfectly timed b,f+1+2 backthrow
    QCF+3+4 = uf,d+4
    BT f+1 = f+1,2
    BT 2,2 = uf+4
    BT f+2,4 = b+1
    BT 1+2 = 2,1
    BT d+3 = WS+4 (close)
    BT f,f+3 = 2,1
    BT f+4,3 = 2,1
    BT 3+4 = uf+4
    BT f+3+4 = backthrow
    - 2,3_4: Duck after the 2 and punish the 4  with a launcher, or low parry the 3
    - 3,3,4: Duck the 3rd kick for any launcherr of choice
    - b+1+2,2: You can SS the 2nd hit to eitherr side
    1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    df+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    QCF+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    d+1+2,d~db~b~ub~u~uf~f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    Roger Jr:
    f+1,2,1,2 = 2,1
    df+1,2 (2nd hit undelayed) = 2,1 
    f,N,d,df+1 = uf+4
    d+2 = WS+4
    f,f+2 = 2,1
    FC,df+2 = 2,1
    1+2,3+4 = 2,1
    1+2,u+3+4 = uf,N+4 (close) or uf,d+4 or FC,df+2
    d+1+2,1+2,2 = b+1
    db+1+2 = iWS+1+2 (if done correctly it should launch)
    (FC_f,N,d,df)+1+2 = f+1+2
    db+3 = WS+4
    f+4,3 = uf+4
    f+4,3,2 = 1+2,1
    b+4 = WS+4
    uf+4 = 2,1
    f,f+4 = 1+2,1
    SS+4 = uf,N+4 (close) or uf,d+4 or FC,df+2
    3+4 = 2,1
    d+3+4 = FC,df+2 or uf,N+4 (close)
    d+3+4 (on hit) = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    d+3+4,2 = uf+4
    - f+1,2,1,2,1: You can SSL the 5th hit
    - f+4,3,2: You can interrupt the 3rd hit wiith uf+4
    1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,2,1,d+2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    d+1 = WS+4
    b+1,2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    QCF+1 = 2,1 (QCF+1 into FLK is safe)
    WS+1,2 = 2,1
    2,1,d+2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    db+2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    d+2 = WS+1+2 or FC,df+2
    d+2~N+1,2 = 2,1
    uf+2 = 2,1
    f,f,N+2 = WS+4
    QCF+2 = f+1+2, BT 3
    FC,db+2 = FC,df+2
    f+1+2 = f+1+2
    df+1+2 = b+1
    db+3 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    uf+3 = WS+4
    uf+4 = 2,1
    3+4,d+2 = uf+4 or FC,df+2
    3+4,(u_d),1 = f+1,2
    3+4,(u_d),d+1 = WS+4
    LWV 1,1 = f+1,2 (close)
    RWV 2 = f+2,2 (close) or df+1,2
    DCK 2 = b+1
    DCK 1+2,1,2,1,2,1,2,1,2,1 = b+1
    SWY 1 = 2,1 (close)
    FLK 1,1,1,2 = uf+4 (close) or b+3
    - 1,2,1,2_d+2: Low parry the d+2 (1,2,1,2 iis jail)
    - WS+1,2: You can b+1+3 reverse the 2nd hitt if it's delayed
    - 2,1,2_d+2: Low parry the d+2 (2,1,2 is jaail)
    - D+2,1,2: You can duck the 3rd hit for a ffree launcher
    - db+3,2: You can duck the 2nd hit for a frree launcher
    - uf+3,2: You can duck the 2nd hit for a frree launcher, even if the uf+3 hits
     (you must be fast in this case though)
    f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    df+1+2 (first hit) can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,1,1 = df+1,2
    df+1,1 = df+1,2
    2,3 = f+1 (unreliable)
    f+2 = 2,1 (close)
    df+2,1 = 1+2,1
    d+2,1+2 = df+1,2
    db+2 = 2,1
    f,f+2 = b+3 or df+1,2
    QCF+2 = b+3
    WS+2,2,2 = WS+4
    1+2 = b+3
    f+1+2 = b+3
    df+1+2 = b+3 or df+1,2
    d+1+2 = 2,1
    df+3 = f+1 (unreliable)
    d+3 = WS+4
    db+3 = FC,df+2
    uf+3 = uf+4
    4,4,1 = 2,1
    4,4,4 = uf+4
    4,4,d+4 = WS+1+2
    d+4,1 = 2,1
    d+4,4 = uf+4
    d+4,d+4 = WS+1+2
    db+4 = WS+4
    db+4,2 = 2,1 or 4
    uf+4 = 2,1
    SS+4 = WS+4
    FC,df+4,3 = df+1,2 or f+3:1+2 or f+4
    WS+4 = f+2,2 or df+1,2
    d+3+4 = uf+4
    - WS+2,2,2: b+1+3 to reverse 2nd hit, or loow parry the 3rd
    - d+3,4: duck under 2nd hit for launcher off choice, you can still duck the 4
      even if d+3 is a normal hit.
    - 4,4 strings: Low parry the 2nd hit
    - FC,df+4,3: You can b+2+4 reverse the 2nd  hit if you blocked the first
    f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    df+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    d+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    b,b+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    1,d+2,1+2 = 2,1
    df+2~1 = df+1,2
    WS+2* = 2,1
    f+3 = uf+4
    d+3 = WS+4
    d+3,4 = b+1
    uf+3 = 2,1 (uf+3 into AOP is safe)
    FC+3,2,1,4 = 1+2,1 or b+3
    SS+3 = FC,df+2
    db+4 = WS+4
    b+4~b (face forward) = f+2,2 (b+4 itself is safe although she ends BT'ed)
    SS+4 = WS+4
    ub+3+4 = b+3
    BT 2,1,4 = df+1,2
    BT 3 = d+3+4,2 (*)
    BT d+3 = WS+4 or WS+(basic throw) for backthrow
    BT d+3~d = WS+4
    BT 4 = df+1,2 or b+3
    BT f+3+4,3+4 = b,f+1+2 backthrow (fast)
    AOP d+1 = WS+4
    AOP 2 = df+1,2
    AOP 2,1 = 2,1
    AOP~1+2 = 2,1
    AOP 1+2 = 2,1
    AOP 3 = FC+4 (lame, but hits)
    AOP uf+3,3 = df+1,2
    AOP uf+3,4 = 2,1 (close)
    AOP uf,N+3 = WS+1+2
    AOP 4 = 2,1 (close) or b+1
    AOP 4~3 = FC,df+1
    AOP u+4,4 = 2,1
    AOP 3+4 = df+1,2
    (*): BT 3 is -15 but she ends BT at a distance. None of King's moves (not even
    long throws) can reach Ling here, besides b+3 and d+3+4,2 (or maybe an uberly
    precise iSW). I think b+3 can be ducked, but it seems she can't do anything
    about d+3+4,2...I could be wrong though (maybe RDS low parry?)
    - 1,d+2,1+2: b+1+3 reverse 2nd and 3rd hitss, or SSR 3rd hit for free uf+4
    - f,f+1,3: duck the 2nd hit for uf+4, FC,dff+2 or WS+1+2
    - FC,df+4,4 and AOP f+4,4: parry 2nd hit affter blocking the first
    1,d+2,1+2 (2nd and 3rd hits) can be reversed with b+1+3
    1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    f,f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    RDS f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    AOP 1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    AOP d+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    b+1+2>1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    db+3 and RDS d+4 can be low parried
    1,2 = 2,1
    1,2,1 = 2,1
    df+1,2 = 1,2
    b,b+1~1+2 on hit = 2,1
    SS+1 = b+1
    2,d+3 = WS+2 or FC,df+2
    f+2 = uf+4
    DB+2,2,2,2,2 = 1,2
    f,f+2 = 2,1
    SS+2 = 1,2
    f+1+2 = uf+4
    b+1+2 = b+3
    1+2+3 = f+1+2 or f~b+3 (more reliable)
    3,3 = WS+1+2 (*)
    3,4 = df+1,2
    3,df+3+4 = uf+4
    df+3 = 2,1
    df+3,1 on hit = 2,1
    db+3 = WS+2 or FC,df+2
    uf+3 = 2,1
    FC,df+3 = uf+4
    4~3 = uf+4
    f,f+4 = uf+4
    f+3+4 (close range) = 2,1
    uf+3+4 = uf+4
    uf+3+4,3+4 = uf+4
    f,f+3+4 = uf+4
    f,f+3+4,1+2 = uf,N+4
    f,f+3+4,1+2,3+4 = uf+4
    INS 3 = uf,N+4
    INS 3,3+4 = uf+4
    INS 4 = uf+4
    FLE 3+4 = b+3
    FLE f+3+4 = uf+3
    DGF 3 = WS+1+2
    (*) : 3,3,d+3+4 gets Yoshi in airborne state, hence launchers won't juggle him
    WS+1+2 can be handy since it either launches (if he does 3,3), or picks him up 
    (if he does 3,3,d+3+4, you can minijuggle with WS+1+2, df+1,2, d+3+4,2)
    - df+1,1,1,1: You can duck the 2nd and 3rd  hits then punish with a launcher,
      or crush the 2nd and 3rd hits with d+1,N+2
    - 2,3_d+3: Duck after the 2 and punish the  3 with a free launcher or parry the
      low d+3
    - f,f+3+4,1+2,3+4: You can b+2+4 reverse thhe 3rd hit
    b+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    f,f+1+2 can be reversed with b+1+3
    | Credits |
    "That's because King players r0xaaarrrr" - Solarin, TZ forums
    Thanks to:
    Namco - Tekken Tag was awesome, Tekken 4 was horrible, but Tekken 5.1 is
    actually a good game. Let's hope they keep it the good way. Thanks for
    reverting King into usable mode again... *razz*
    Castel - for running his Tekken Zaibatsu site with pretty much everything
    about the game.
    People from Tekken Zaibatsu forums (T5 King board):
    Lil Majin - for being such a great T5 King player, showing us (all the people
    on the T5 King board at TZ) the combos, juggles, b+1+2~1+3 followups, some VS
    strategies and such. Plus, he has proven that King ain't an easy match for
    opponents in tournaments. Yeah even against 5.0 Nina whores!
    Grim Walker - Helped me a bit with his insights in the move analysis.
    MarkMan, -KDX-, flipster65, devildoll, APerfectCircle, Iz-Good, combot-killer,
    Dangerous King, and all the guys at the T5 King board (whose nicknames escape
    to my mind so please forgive me) for posting all their strats, juggles, and
    Brahma - for telling that King can do f+2+3 backwards.
    Howling - juggles, tips on making f,N,d,d/f+1+2 safer when blocked among other
    Tiger'sEye, RedKing - they came up with T5 King's frame data and info even
    before the official sources were out. Tiger'sEye forged several frame traps
    for the character and a small strat from CH f+3's stun.
    RVD++ - for posting the complete T5 King's frame data table at TZ forums.
    silencer017 - for his 1+4 tech traps and missed f+1+2 tech traps. Pretty good
    stuff man!
    PrepareforTrouble - I borrowed his "list of 1+2 moves that King can reverse"
    which he posted at TZ forums.
    Drake the Demon - for letting me using his King movelist as a base for mine.
    Check his Tekken 5 movelists with Tekkenomics at the URL:
    The Tekkenfive.com site - for their T5 King combo vid, of which we got most of
    its combos
    Kungen, TheDinosaur, Snap - these people taught me how to play TTT King back
    in the day; I borrowed more tactics and stuff from them than I can imagine.