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    Asuka/Jun Guide by Mikadok

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    Tekken Tag Tournament 2 for Xbox 360 - Asuka/Jun Guide
    Version 1.0 by Joshua Vaughn, a.k.a. Mikadok on YouTube and
    I Kei I on Xbox Live and Shoryuken.com
    Facebook - Kei Mikado
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    Tekken Team: Dragon Dojo (Leader; message me on Xbox Live for details)
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    - Copyright info (CT1)
    - Why'd you make this guide? (CT2)
    - Differences in character between Asuka and Jun (CT3)
    - Why Asuka/Jun? (CT4)
    - Command Moves and Chains to keep in mind: Asuka/Jun (CT5)
    - Command Moves and Chains to keep in mind: Asuka only (CT6)
    - Command Moves and Chains to keep in mind: Jun only (CT7)
    - Combos (CT8)
    - Summary (CT9)
    - Special Thanks (CT10)
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    Copyright info (CT1)
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    Copyright 2012 Joshua Vaughn
    All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by their 
    respective trademark and copyright holders.
    This may be not be reproduced under any circumstances except for personal, 
    private use. It may not be placed on any web site or otherwise distributed 
    publicly without advance written permission. Use of this guide on any other 
    web site or as a part of any public display is strictly prohibited, and a 
    violation of copyright.
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    Why'd you make this guide? (CT2)
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    Ever since Tekken 6, Asuka has been my main. I knew for a fact that once 
    Tekken Tag Tournament 2 dropped, she and Jun both would be the ones I'd focus 
    on the most.
    By and large, I am in no way the authority on either Asuka or Jun, but I'd 
    like to think that I know enough to help others. If anyone has any 
    corrections or things that they would like to add, they're more than welcome 
    to do so.
    NOTE: This guide assumes that you are familiar with the notations and the 
    like in regards to the Tekken series. If you aren't, Tekken Zaibatsu is where 
    you want to look to find the notations and what they mean.
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    Differences in character between Asuka and Jun (CT3)
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    Here's the lowdown. A lot of people were pretty worried that Asuka and Jun 
    would wind up being clones of one another in this game. As it turns out, 
    while they do share some similarities -- some of the better ones, from where 
    I stand -- they are two very different characters.
    Asuka seems to be more focused on a defensive style, from doing things that 
    can simply throw you off balance, to having one of the longest counter 
    stances in the game.
    Jun, on the other hand, seems more geared toward an offensive style, coming 
    at you with a number of ways to mix you up and to keep you guessing which way 
    she might come from.
    Playing as either of them alone is a bit of a challenge, since you have to 
    know spacing, and what you should and shouldn't be trying to do, especially 
    with Mishimas and the like roaming about, but there are advantages to playing 
    as the both of them, which I'll try to outline here.
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    Why Asuka/Jun? (CT4)
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    Aside from the reasons stated with the two of them above, Asuka and Jun both 
    can work some of the nastiest ground and wall games out there. If they get a 
    close knockdown, they can keep on pressure pretty well in mid-stage, with a 
    few good ways to make you think twice about how you want to wake up. If they 
    get you near a wall, though, and the Asuka or Jun is on point, you're in 
    trouble, as nothing save a well-timed tag crush will get you out of such a 
    spot, since many ways they have to attack you will force you against the wall 
    quite easily, where you'll eat more damage.
    The other reason is because that while both of the girls suffer from not 
    having a high damage output, they can easily make up for it with their 
    juggles, where one of them alone can carry you the entire length of some of 
    the larger stages to get in a wall splat -before- they get a bound, meaning 
    they can then maximize their damage, then immediately set to work on 
    anticipating their opponent's wake up decision and attempting to make them 
    pay for it with more damage.
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    Command Moves and Chains to keep in mind: Asuka/Jun (CT5)
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    Demon Slayer - f+2
    Respect this move if you're playing against an Asuka or a Jun. Why? This 
    thing's a launcher, and it's pretty quick, firstly. Secondly, the low forward 
    movement of the attack will get you under many high moves, getting you a 
    solid counterhit in the process, which can obviously lead to a lot. If you're 
    using one of the girls, though, you should also keep this one in mind because 
    you can feint the move by pressing down immediately after the f+2. If you're 
    facing someone that likes to guard, or you condition someone to be on the 
    lookout so they can guard this, this is a good way to get in close fast for a 
    throw attempt or some sort of mixup attempt. Just be careful; if you become 
    predictable with this, or if it's just blocked, you can be punished.
    Inner Strength/Shunkei - 1+2
    For Asuka, Inner Strength is a decently fast move that causes a crumpling hit 
    to occur regardless of whether or not you nail someone on counter hit. There 
    are a number of ways to follow it up with her that can lead your opponents to 
    a wall, or set up for your partner to do a number of things.
    For Jun, Shunkei is a sickeningly quick mid attack. While it only gives 
    decent pushback on normal hit, on -counterhit-, this move, like Asuka's Inner 
    Strength, causes your opponent to crumple, setting them up all the same. The 
    speed of this move makes it a great opener that can beat out a good deal of 
    moves, so don't be afraid to toss it out there every so often at the start of 
    a round.
    Moon Scent - WS3
    A mid-hitting reverse cartwheel kick. For the both of them, this move 
    launches, be it counter hit or not, giving either Asuka or Jun a number of 
    ways to combo an opponent to the wall. Condition your opponent to guard 
    against lows, then catch them with this when they attempt to cover 
    Sudare Nagashi - WS1+2
    Now this is a really nice move. Has a little startup, so you can be hit out 
    of the beginning, but it's quick enough. This, like the Demon Slayer can be 
    cancelled during the spin by holding down. If blocked, Asuka and Jun are left 
    relatively safe. If it hits for either of them, you get a free f+2, which can 
    lead to pretty much whatever you wish juggle-wise.
    Dragon Wheel Kick - b+3
    This serves the same purpose as their Moon Scent kick, but gives the player 
    fewer ways to capitalize in terms of juggling. The tradeoff is that, because 
    this move can be followed up by either the Leg Cutter sweeps by pressing 
    d/b+4 or the Demon Slayer by pressing 2, this can lead to a few mixup 
    opportunities. The Demon Slayer can still be feinted like the standalone 
    attack, leading to other things, and the Leg Cutter can either be repeated or 
    can go into another attack at a different range to keep the enemy on their 
    Wheel Kick - 2+3
    The Wheel Kick is identical in function for both the girls. Though it has a 
    bit of a slow startup, the start of the animation can parry punch attacks to 
    give you a guaranteed hit, allowing either of them to follow up on it with a 
    combo for nice distance and decent damage. It, like combos for other moves 
    and the like, will be detailed later.
    Back Spin Kick/Getsukankyaku - f+4
    Think of this move as the Wheel Kick, but with faster startup and without the 
    parry property. Given that the same follow-ups are possible, this is also a 
    good move to keep in mind.
    Double Lift Kicks - d+3+4
    A decent move, the Double Lift Kicks start with a low that doesn't do much 
    damage, but is sneaky enough to hit, so long as you don't become predictable 
    with it, and since a few strings end with this, it can be part of the 
    guessing game. The main thing that makes this move important to note, 
    however, is that if the first hit connects as a counter hit, the second kick, 
    which is a launch, is guaranteed.
    Jab Low Kick - 1, 3
    Exactly what it says, Asuka throws a jab followed by a low kick. While this 
    isn't something that can necessarily set up for anything too spectacular, the 
    quick low can be enough to throw people off every so often, allowing you to 
    go for something else should they make a wrong move.
    Jun's is the same as Asuka's save for the fact that her low kick comes out 
    slower than Asuka's does. This can be applied in much the same manner as hers 
    as well.
    Whiplash Sacred Blade - f+1, d+4
    A mid level punch followed by the Sacred Blade (3~4 for Asuka) sweep. If the 
    first hit connects on counterhit, the second is guaranteed, and you can 
    proceed to work through your wakeup options.
    Blizzard Combo - 1+4,2,1
    This one's a really nice chain, due to the fact that it has so many different 
    ways to follow it up.
    - 3 at the end leads to the low kick from her Jab Low Kick chain.
    - 4 at the end leads to her Leg Cutter, which also hits low.
    - 2 at the end leads to a mid-hitting punch.
    >2 can be followed by 3 for her Spinning Heel Drop. Same as the normal.
    >2 can also be followed by 4 for a mid-hitting kick.
    For Jun, 3 and 4 give the same effect as Asuka's. 2, however, has her do a 
    high attack instead of a mid that can't be followed by her Spinning Heel 
    Drop; you can instead press 4 to end with a mid kick.
    You can use these to keep your opponent guessing, but don't get too 
    Attack Counter - b+1+3 or b+2+4
    This is one of the ares where there is a clear difference between Asuka and 
    Jun. While the functionality is the same, allowing you to catch high and mid 
    level attacks, that's about where the similarities end. For Asuka, she can 
    actually -hold- her counter stance for a bit longer than most others might 
    think by holding the input down. This is a double edged sword, of course, 
    since you leave yourself open to low attacks and possibly throws if your 
    opponent doesn't attack, but it can help if your opponent isn't patient. She 
    also flips the opponent behind her in a tumbling motion that can result in 
    your opponent getting splatted against the wall, setting them up for combo 
    For Jun, though she can't toss the opponent behind her and get herself an 
    opportunity for a combo like Asuka can, she can tag out to her partner.
    Grace - FC d/f+2
    A low chop that hits...well, low. By itself, it won't do anything other than 
    net you a small amount of damage. Hit this as a counter, however, and either 
    Asuka or Jun can land a few more hits afterward, creating distance while 
    getting decent damage.
    Falling Rain - FC d/f,d,df+1+2
    A throw that sends your opponent into a launched state, this is a very good 
    move for either Asuka or Jun to have since it can easily lead to a good bit 
    of damage. The interesting thing about this move is that the input can be 
    done during a feint of either character's f+2 or WS1+2, so if you get your 
    opponent used to guarding against these moves and your inputs are good, you 
    can sneak this in and get some really nice damage, better positioning, or 
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    Command Moves and Chains to keep in mind: Asuka only (CT6)
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    Sacred Blade - 3~4
    Asuka does a hard sweep. This has a bit of startup, but is quick enough to 
    catch someone off guard. Though it can only be followed up one way for 
    guaranteed damage if you're close enough (WS4, f+2), the other side of the 
    coin may be more beneficial in this case, since it potentially can provide an 
    excellent chance to capitalize on an opponent who's too overzealous to get to 
    his or her feet. After hitting Sacred Blade, you can hit WS4, and unless they 
    get up with a quick ukemi to the side or directly away from you, you can 
    connect with d/b+4,3 if they try to stand any other way. While it isn't heavy 
    on damage, this will push the opponent toward the wall more, which is where 
    you want them.
    Even more dangerous is that if you follow this sweep with WS1+2 with either 
    Asuka or Jun with the proper timing, then the only way your opponent can 
    respond without taking damage is by letting themselves fall completely and 
    rolling left or right, or by Tag Crushing. Any other attempt to move while 
    grounded results in damage, and trying to gt up with a wakeup attack results 
    in damage as a -counterhit-, which leads to even -more- damage.
    Exorciser - f+1+2
    A swift, high elbow. Pretty good as a punishment tool, and a decent combo 
    ender in some instances, as this will provide quite a bit of distance in your 
    Rising Palm - d/f+2
    Another launcher for Asuka. While not as potent as the Demon Slayer, it can 
    set up for juggles all the same, and it isn't as punishable as the Demon 
    Slayer on block, making it a decent enough move to put out every so often.
    Raging Storm - d/f+1+2
    This little beauty of a move is -very- slow to start, and, like the Wheel 
    Kick, it has good reason. Asuka can parry low attack attempts with her 
    initial movement, which changes this move from one that gives a lot of 
    knockback to being one that causes a crumple, allowing you to follow this up 
    for nice damage and a decent bit of distance on the field.
    Heaven's Hammer - d+2
    This is Asuka's single hit bounder. It's a mid-hitting move, meaning it can 
    catch people who are crouching. If it hits on counter hit, it causes the 
    opponent to fall on the spot, allowing for some followup chances. The other 
    good thing about this is that if you can catch an opponent trying to roll 
    away or toward you, it will cause a bound, opening them up for a bit more 
    Rangetsu - u/f+2
    A palm to the face, followed immediately by a slam to the ground. While not a 
    move for combos, this leaves you directly next to the opponent if it catches, 
    giving you advantage over them if you can anticipate their wake up game.
    Iwato - u/f+3
    A jumping mid kick. Doesn't knock down as a standard hit, but floors people 
    that get caught on counter hit, allowing you to follow up with a combo.
    Night Sky - u/f+4
    Another jumping mid kick. This one's slightly slower than Asuka's uf+3, but 
    if it hits, counterhit or not, it launches, allowing you to juggle.
    Falling Tower - d/f+1,2
    A two-step attack that ends in Asuka's u/f+2 throw if it connects. The first 
    hit is a quick mid attack that by itself has good recovery, meaning that it 
    can be used to start a bit of pressure. If the first hit connects on 
    counterhit, however, the second hit is guaranteed, putting you in the 
    position noted above where you have control of your opponent's wake up game 
    if you can anticipate them correctly.
    Basho Oroshi - 2,1,1+2
    A three step chain that ends in a bounder. Use this one to followup off a 
    successful launcher. It gives decent juggle distance, too.
    Tsuwabuki - b+4,2
    Another two part move. The first hit is the Heart Stopper, a mid-range knee 
    that crumples the opponent on counterhit. The second attack is an overhead 
    elbow that bounds if you either catch the first hit on counter hit or connect 
    with this in the air. Not too bad an option for people afraid to stand up.
    Hiboko no Kagami - f,F+2,1
    A mid followed by a high. On grounded opponents, it gives a good amount of 
    knockback. As a juggle addenum, it's a good option for distance, and in some 
    cases, one of the only ways to hit someone that's falling far off.
    Higata no Kagami - f,F+2,1+2
    This chain functions much like Asuka's f,F+2,1, save for the fact that the 
    second hit does more damage, and will flatten an airborne opponent.
    Shikeitai - WS1,4
    A quick mid punch followed by a mid kick. You can use this to end your combos 
    for a good deal of distance.
    Kariashi Shiranui - d/b+4,3
    A Leg Cutter sweep followed by a high kick. Like the Whiplash Sacred Blade, 
    if the first hit connects on counterhit, the second hit is guaranteed to 
    connect, and it launches high, so plenty of opportunity to juggle for either 
    distance or damage.
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    Command Moves and Chains to keep in mind: Jun only (CT7)
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    Aside from what was already noted that the both of them have, Jun has some 
    nice tools of her own that differentiate her greatly from Asuka.
    Izumo - f+1+2
    A spinning high strike that has a number of followups, this is one of Jun's 
    most important moves, not only because of how many different ways Jun can 
    come at you, but also because Izumo can occur during a few of her moves and 
    chains, giving her a bit more leeway in terms of mixups.
    >1,2 results in a two step chain after Izumo. The last hit can bound. Good 
    for combos.
    >2 after Izumo results in a mid hitting launcher, during which Jun moves -
    really- low to the ground, allowing her to get under highs and a few mids.
    >3 makes Jun do her Dragon Wheel Kick (b+3). All the same followups can be 
    done afterward, potentially opening the door for -more- mixups.
    >4,1 gets you a low sweep followed by a high attack that sends the opponent 
    spiraling. If you're near a wall, this is good to do to set up a bit of 
    damage, though you can simply hit 4 and go for the wakeup option.
    >1+2 gets you an overhead strike that has a bound property. Good for lengthy 
    juggles where the Izumo motion is involved.
    >3+4 gets you the Double Lift Kicks.
    >1+4 or 2+3 has Jun throw the opponent. If you've got your opponent shaken 
    into guarding various strings, this is good for some free damage.
    Genjitsu - b+1+2
    A stance that automatically parries low attacks, Genjitsu, like Izumo, has a 
    number of things you can do afterward.
    >1 gives you an attack that hits low.
    >2 gives you an attack that hits mid.
    >3 makes Jun do a mid attack that bounds an airborne opponent. Good for 
    >4 gets you a high back spin kick with somewhat slow startup.
    Kanbashira - f+3
    A forward mid ranged kick that has a decently sized hitbox, enough to hit 
    most characters that have fallen, but have yet to completely settle on the 
    ground. The noteworthy thing about this move is that it can be followed by 
    Izumo, giving Jun a viable option to follow certain moves that Asuka can't, 
    increasing her damage potential.
    Narumi - d+2
    This is Jun's equivalent to Asuka's single hit bound. Though it's a bit 
    slower, it does the same amount of damage and serves the same purpose 
    Jippensha - d/f+2,2
    Two quick mid strikes, with the second hit having the ability to bound the 
    opponent if they're airborne. This is nice to put out if your opponent likes 
    to crouch, since if the first hit connects, the second will.
    Suminagashi - d+4,4
    A quick low kick followed by a high kick. As Jun is standing during the first 
    attack, it can be a bit tricky to detect. If the first hit lands as a 
    counter, the second -will- connect.
    Shirabyoushi - b+4,2
    A mid hitting knee followed by a rising palm strike. This is worth mentioning 
    for a couple of reasons. If it hits an opponent that's airborne, it picks 
    them up a bit higher, giving you the chance to tack on more damage if you 
    haven't hit them too many times already. Secondly, if, for whatever reason, 
    the first hit either whiffs or is blocvked, but the second hit lands as a 
    counter, the opponent is knocked into the air, opened up for juggles.
    Housenka - u/f+4,3
    A quick rising mid kick that lifts the opponent up, followed by a roundhouse 
    that bounds airborne opponents. Pretty good to use if your opponent likes to 
    crouch to get something going in terms of distance juggling for better 
    Suiei Ura Saika/Suiei Kagetsu - f,F+2,3/f,F+2,2
    The first is a medium range strike followed by a high kick. The second is the 
    same medium range strike followed by another medium strike. Both of these are 
    useful as juggle enders, much like Asuka's f,F+2,1 and f,F+2,1+2
    Katabami - f,F+4
    A hard forward kick. On normal hit, this makes the opponent fall back. On 
    counter hit, this forces the enemy into a crumple where you can follow up in 
    a few ways for extra damage. If this is blocked, though, you'll be at 
    disadvantage, so be careful.
    Tokkei - f,F+1+2
    Jun hits the opponent with both her palms, causing them to stumble back, then 
    fall over. If you're quick enough, you can follow this up with a juggle.
    Tomoezakura/Tomoefuji - WS1,4,2/WS1,4,1+2
    The first string is a high strike, followed by an overhead mid level kick, 
    followed by a low punch. This is an odd string in terms of looks, and does 
    decent damage. What's more, after the third hit, you're left in a crouching 
    state, meaning you can choose to go to any of Jun's other WS moves.
    The second string ends in a mid that knocks down.
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    Combos (CT8)
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    NOTE: A * means that this combo will only work on medium size characters or 
    Want to see these combos and more? Got a combo vid to go along with these 
    here. - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1R-45dzME3A
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    No Wall Combos
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    Any of the first three can be done after hitting a CH WS1+2 to tack on more 
    Combo 1: f+2 or d/f+2, 2,1, 2,1,1+2, d/b+4,3 or f,F+2,1 or f,F+2,1+2
    Combo 2: f+2 or d/f+2, b+2,4,3, d+2, B!, f,F+2,1
    Combo 3: f+2 or d/f+2, u/f+3, d/f+1, 2,1,1+2, B!, d/b+4,3 or f,F+2,1 or 
    Combo 4: f+2 or d/f+2, d/f+1, 2,1, 2,1,1+2, B!, f,F+2,1
    Combo 5: close d/b+2, d/b+1, 2+3, 2,1,1+2, B!, WS1,4
    Combo 6: 1+2, 2+3, b+2,1+2,4
    Combo 7: 1+2, 2+3, 1, 2,1,1+2, B!, f,F+2,1
    Combo 8: CH d/b+4,3, 2,1, 2,1,1+2, B!, f,F+2,1+2
    Combo 9: CH d/b+4,3, u/f+3, 2,1 2,1,1+2, B!, f,F+2,1
    Combo 10: CH u/f+3, d/b+4,3, 2,1,1+2, B!, f,F+2,1+2
    Combo 11: Parry a low attack with d/f+1+2, dash, d/b+4,3, d+2, B!, f,F+2,1
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    No Wall Combos
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    Like Asuka, You can hit any of the first four after hitting a CH WS1+2. You 
    can also do these after a CH1+2 as well.
    Combo 1: f+2, u/f+3, 1,2, b+1+2~3, B!, f+1,4
    Combo 2: f+2, u/f+3, 1,2,f+1+2,1,2, B!, f,F+2,3 or f,F+2,1+2
    Combo 3: f+2, b+4,2, d/f+2,2, B!, f+1,4
    Combo 4: f+2, b+4,2, 1,2,f+1+2,1,2, B!, f,F+2,3 or f,F+2,1+2
    Combo 5*: 2+3 or f+4, f+3,f+1+2,1,2, B!, f,F+2,3 or f,F+2,1+2
    Combo 6: CH1+2, <b+4,2, 1,2,b+1+2~3, B!, f,F+2,3 or f,F+2,1+2
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    Wall Combos(Large stages, like Fontana di Trevi)
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    - - - - 
    f+2 or d/f+2, u/f+3, 2,1, 2,1,1+2, B!, f,F+2,1, W!, dash, 1+4,2,d+4
    - - - -
    f+2, b+4,2, 1,2,f+1+2,1,2, B!, f,F+2,3, W!, dash, 1+4,2,d+4
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    Wall Combos(Medium-Large Stages, like Moonlit Wilderness)
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    - - - -
    Combo 1: f+2 or d/f+2, u/f+3, 1+4, b+2,4,3, W!, dash, 2,1,1+2, B!, f+1,4
    Combo 2: CH WS1+2, f+2, u/f+3, 1+4, b+2,4,3, W!, dash, 2,1,1+2, B!, f+1,4
    - - - -
    Combo 1: f+2, u/f+3, 1,2,b+1+2~3, B!, f+F+2,3, W!, dash, 1+4,2,d+4
    Combo 2: f+2, b+4,2, 1,2,f+1+2,2, W!, b+1+2~3, B!, f+1,4 or 1+4,2,d+4
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    Wall Combos(Small Stages, such as Fireworks Over Barcelona 2F)
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    - - - -
    Combo 1: f+2 or d/f+2, u/f+3, 1+4, b+2,1+2,4, f+1,4
    Combo 2: f+2 or d/f+2, b+2,1, 1,2,4, W!, dash, 2,1,1+2, B!, f+1,4
    - - - -
    Combo 1: f+2, 2,1, 2,1,1+2, W!, b+1+2~3, B!, 1+4,2,d+4
    Combo 2: f+2, d/f+1, 1,2,f+1+2,2, W!, b+1+2~3, B!, 1+4,2,d+4 or f+1,4
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    Tag Combos, No Walls
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    Starting with Asuka
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    Combo 1: f+2 or d/f+2, b+2,4,3, d+2~5, b+2,3, dash, f+1+2
    Combo 2: f+2 or d/f+2, d/f+1, 2,1, 2,1,1+2~5, b+2,3, dash, f+1+2
    Starting with Jun
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    Combo 1*: 2+3 or f+4, f+3,f+1+2,1,2~5, B!, 2,3, f,f,f+3
    Combo 2: f+2, u/f+4,3~5, B!, 2,3, dash, 2,1,4,3
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    Tag Combos, Large Stages
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    Starting with Asuka
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    f+2 or d/f+2, d/f+1, d/f+1, 2,1,1+2~5, B!, f+1+2,2, dash, f+2, W!, dash, 
    Starting with Jun
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    f+2, b+4,2, 1,2,f+1+2,1,2~5, B!, 2,3, W!, dash, 1+4,2,d+4 or, 1,1,3
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    Summary (CT9)
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    As stated above, Asuka and Jun Kazama, while not as strong as some others, 
    are definitely formidable if handled correctly. Keep your opponent off-
    balance, counter what you can anticipate, and take advantage of every 
    opportunity that you can to maximize your damage.It'll help to have a good 
    grasp of the stages you're in, too, in order to get as much distance and 
    damage as you can while getting the best positioning possible.
    I hope that my guide has been a help to anyone interested. If any updates or 
    changes are necessary, they'll be made as soon as possible.
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    Special Thanks (CT10)
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    - To Namco for releasing this awesome game.
    - To my good buddy, for teaching me Asuka in the first place way back in 
    Tekken 6.
    - To any and everyone that looks into this and finds it useful.