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    Lei Fang by EChang

    Version: 1.0 | Updated: 11/14/02 | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

       (v1.0 11-14-02)
    by Edward Chang (skuldnoshinpu@hotmail.com)
    Revision History
    v1.0 (11-14-02)
       First version.
    Table of Contents
    1. Introduction
    2. Basics
    3. Quick Movelist
    4. Extended Movelist
    5. Combos
    6. Advanced Strategies
    7. Credits
    Now that I've finally gotten around to writing this FAQ, I hope there
    are people who are still playing Dead or Alive 3. Also, since there's
    currently no FAQ for Lei-Fang in DOA3 on GameFAQs, why not? Hopefully
    this guide will be of use to you.
    This is an FAQ/Strategies guide for the Dead or Alive 3 character, Lei-Fang.
    Here's the obligatory stats section:
    Name: Lei-Fang
    Nationality: Chinese
    Birthday: April 23rd
    Age: 19
    Bloodtype: B
    Height/Weight: 163 cm/50 kg (5'4"/110 lbs.)
    Three Sizes: 87/55/86 (34.2"/21.7"/33.9")
    Fighting Style: Tai Chi Chuan
    Occupation: Student
    Likes: Kyounin-Tofu (A Chinese dish)
    Hobbies: Aromatherapy
    Seiyuu (Voice Actor for you non-anime freaks): Touma Yumi, also known
    to the world as Urd in Ah! My Goddess, Sylpheel in Slayers, Yui in
    Fushigi Yuugi, and in fighting games, Nina Williams and Ling Xiaoyu
    of Tekken (although only Ling Xiaoyu in T4), and Isabella "Ivy" Valentine 
    of Soul Calibur fame. On a non-fighting game front, she was Elly in the
    original Xenogears as well as Nephilim in Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille
    zur Macht.
    Lei-Fang's style is Tai Chi Chuan, which combines a goodly number of power
    strikes and precision moves, along with many defensive maneuvers. I would
    even go so far as to say that Lei-Fang is the best defensive character in
    DOA3. More on this later.
    Lei-Fang's plot reason for joining the tournament is, once-again, to beat
    Jann Lee. Hopefully, she'll come up with a different reason once DOA4 rolls
    around (although, Gen Fu has been fighting for the same reason for quite
    awhile as well...)
    Lei-Fang has 4 costumes in DOA3. The first costume has 4 different variants,
    so in sum, Lei-Fang has 7 possible appearances, which is the most out of
    anyone aside from Kasumi.
    C1: Chinese Dress
       choose with A: Red Chinese Dress
       choose with X: Blue Chinese Dress
       choose with Y: White Chinese Dress
       choose with L+A: Black Chinese Dress
    C2: Black leather top, shorts, and shoes (similar to C4 from DOA2)
    C3: Blue dress (from her CG ending)
    C4: "Party Dress" dominatrix wear (C8 from DOA2H)
    C1 and C2 are available by default. To unlock Lei-Fang's other two costumes:
    C3: Play Tag Survival Mode, teaming with Jann Lee, and win at least 20 fights.
        You can "cheat" pretty easily; if you are low on health, simply press
        Start on the second controller. Defeat the challenging tag team, and then
        choose "Vs. Com". You'll continue where you left off with some, and maybe
        even all, of your life regained.
    C4: Finish story mode six times, one time each in each of Lei-Fang's other
        costumes, including the four variants of C1.
    Compared to DOA2(H), Lei-Fang has been improved in a number of areas, though
    some of her old strategies are no longer applicable. She retains her parries
    which make her excellent defensively. Her combo opportunities have increased
    considerably, her throws are still top-notch, and while reversals in general
    have been toned down since the last game, Lei-Fang's are still among the best.
    2. BASICS
    This guide uses the following conventions:
    f - tap forward
    b - tap backward
    d - tap down
    u - tap up
    u/f - tap up and forward
    u/b - tap up and back
    d/f - tap down and forward
    d/b - tap down and back
    [] - hold the button. For instance [f] means hold forward
    qcf - roll the controller from the down position to forward
    qcb - roll the controller from the down position to back
    P - punch button
    K - kick button
    F - free button
    + - perform simultaneously
    , - perform in succession
    H - move hits high
    M - move hits mid 
    L - move hits low
    G - move hits grounded opponent
    T - move is a throw
    R - move is a reversal or parry (hold)
    KD - move knocks opponent to the ground
    KB - move knocks the opponent back; wall/ledge damage is possible
    S - move staggers/stuns opponent
    FL - move floats opponent
    NR - the move is not reversible; details in the description
    C - on counter
    HC - on high counter
    Because I am lazy, I will copy straight from my Lei-Fang guide for DOA2H 
    and say for the basics:
    Stuns are important because if stunned, the opponent cannot block for
    a set period of time -- hence the basis of combo attacks. Contrary
    to the definition of "combo" used in Tekken and others, a combo in Dead
    or Alive 2 is defined as a string of moves which, once the first move
    connects, cannot be blocked. However, combos may be interrupted by
    reversal, even if the opponent is stunned. We will come back to this
    point later in the combos section.
    Speaking of combos, however, be aware that you cannot just add together
    the component damages of the parts to get the total combo damage. The
    reason for this is that the game "prorates", or changes the damage,
    of moves inflicted during comboes. This is to make float combos not
    cheap and stagger combos less deadly. When an opponent is staggered
    or floating, moves hitting the character will be prorated 50% (in
    other words, the move will only do 50% damage). In tag mode, this is
    taken further; a character can start out a combo at 100%, and float
    for 50%, tagging in their partner. The partner can continue the float
    at 50% prorating. If the float continues even further and the original
    character is tagged in, subsequent float moves on that character do
    a measly 35% damage. Thus even ridiculous 16-hit comboes will not
    do THAT much big damage.
    Damage can be prorated in other ways. Certain power/impact moves,
    such as Lei-Fang's shoulder ram or back ram, will score a "Close
    Hit" if the enemy was extremely close when you hit them. Close Hit
    will prorate moves 150%.
    The game also defines "Counter" and "Hi Counter" moves. Note that
    there are three general types of moves in DoA: "strikes" (normal
    moves), "holds" (reversals), and throws. These moves arrange in
    a sort of paper-rock-scissors formation: strikes beat throws, throws
    beat reversals, and reversals beat strikes. The upshot of this is
    that if you hit someone who is trying to throw you, or you throw
    someone who just tried to reverse you, you will do a "Hi Counter".
    This prorates moves 150%. If you do a move of the same type, or
    do a move that does not follow the triangle formation (throwing
    somebody as they're attacking or attacking somebody who missed
    a reversal), you do a mere "Counter" and the move is prorated 125%.
    There is another way to get "Counter" status: hitting an opponent
    in the back.
    Reversals define "Hi Counter" and "Counter" a bit differently.
    When you input the command for a reversal, your character does a
    reversal animation, and for about a half second you will receive all
    incoming moves at the specified height level and avoid them, instead
    doing damage to the opponent in most cases. If you input the reversal
    command quite early, and the opponent hits into it, you will get the
    normal reversal. If the incoming attack comes in almost immediately
    after the input command, you will get a "Counter" and the reversal
    will do 125% damage. Finally, if you input a reverse command at the
    exact moment when an attack hits you, you will get "Hi Counter" and
    will do 150% damage.
    Now note that if you combine say, Hi Counter, with a combo, the
    proratings stack. For instance, if you start a float combo with
    a Hi Counter, the first move will do 150% damage, while additional
    moves in the float will do 50% -- but 50% of 150% damage, so it
    will be a straight prorating of 75%. Likewise, counter moves
    begin at 125% damage, and are then prorated to 62%.
    Finally, stacking "Close Hit" and "Counter" or "Hi Counter" will
    result in a single prorating of 160%.
    Name                          Command
    Basic Moves
    High Punch                    P
    High Kick                     K
    Mid Punch                     d/f+P
    Mid Kick                      d/f+K
    Low Punch                     d+P
    Low Kick                      d+K
    Jump Punch                    P (in midair)
    Jump Kick                     K (in midair)
    Rising Kick                   K (while getting up)
    Rising Sweep                  d+K (while getting up)
    Special Moves
    Zensho                        u/f+P
    Shahi-Chugeki                 u+P
    Sanren-Kyaku                  u/f+KKK
    Tenshin-Hairen                u/b+K
    Soan                          f,f+P
    Sofu-Kanji                    f,b+P
    Shichi-Sun-Ko                 b,f+P
    Choshitsu-Hotsui              P+K,P
    Tessa                         d,d+K
    Choshitsu-Hoshin-Geki         f+PKP
    Enshu-Sui                     b,b+P
    Hoto-Suisan-Zensho            b+PP
    Joho-Shichi-Sei               d/b+PP
    Sho-Kinda                     qcf+P or P while running
    Hoto-Shu                      qcb+P
    Gekichi-Sanren-Kyaku          d/f,d/f+PKKK
    Gekichi-Haisetsu-Ko           d/f,d/f+PP
    Sokutan-Kyaku                 f+K or K while running
    Bun-Kyaku                     f,f+K
    Haikyaku-Senpu-Kyaku          u+KK
    Senkyu-Ren-Tai                b+KKK
    Fujin-Kyaku                   d/b+K
    Fujin-Tessa                   [d/b]+KK
    Tokyaku-Haisetsu-Ko           d/f+KP
    Hoko-Kisan                    f+P+K
    Honshin-Tanben                u/b+P
    Renkan-Sho-Kinda              PPP
    Renkan-Soan                   PP,f+PP
    Renkan-Kinkei-Dokuritsu       PP,f+PK
    Renkan-Zensho                 PP,b+PP
    Renkan-Hoto-Shu               PP,d+P
    Renkan-Renshu-Kyaku           PPKK
    Renkan-Senkyu-Tai             PPK,d+K
    Renkan-Senpu-Kyaku            PP,f+KK
    Renkan-Tessa                  PP,d+K
    Seiryuu-Soan                  P,d/f+PP
    Seiryuu-Haisetsu-Ko           P,d/f+P,P+K
    Tanben-Senkyu-Rentai          PKKK
    Renshu-Kyaku                  KK
    Shu-Kyaku-Senkyu-Tai          K,d+K
    Hakkaku-Kyoshu                b+P+K
    To-To-Ho                      d/b+P+K
    Haisetsu-Ko                   d+P+K
    Chuten-Sho                    d/f+P+K
    Senpu-Kyaku                   F+K
    Back-Turned Moves
    Sentsu-Hai                    P+K (with back turned)
    Saiwan-Heishin-Geki           F+P,F+P
    Saiwan-Heishin-Haisetsu-Ko    F+P,F+P (back to wall)
    Noba-Bunso                    b+F+P
    Kaishin-Suichu                b+F+P (back to wall)
    Token-Ko                      d/f+F+P
    Heishin-Sui                   f+F+P
    Roshitsu-Yoho                 f,f+F+P
    Roshitsu-Asshin-Ko            f,f+F+P (opponent's back to wall)
    Ren-Taiko-Chogyo              qcf+F+P,b+F+P,f,f+F+P
    Takuchu-Ken-Ko                qcf+F+P,b+F+P,b,f+F+P
    Rinei-Hisui                   qcb+F+P
    Takuchu-Haisui                F+P (opponent's back turned)
    Joho-Ko                       f,f+F+P (opponent's back turned)
    Shitsucho-Kohai-Kyaku         qcf+F+P (opponent's back turned)
    Toitsu-Kon                    d+F+P (opponent crouching)
    Kinkei-Dokuritsu              d/b+F+P (opponent crouching)
    Teishu-Josei                  d+F+P (opponent crouching, back turned)
    Tensen-Sotai                  u/b+F (against high punch)
    Rotai-Toto                    u/b+F (against high kick)
    Heishin-Geki                  b+F (against mid punch)
    Heishin-Haisetsu Ko           b+F (against mid punch, back to wall)
    Kaisei                        b+F (against mid kick)
    Sohai-Kyaku                   d/b+F (against low punch)
    Hotai-Sokyaku                 d/b+F (against low kick)
    Sairetsu                      b,u/f+F (against high and mid punches)
    Hosei                         b,u/f+F (against high and mid kicks)
    Risei                         b,d/f+F (against low punch)
    Kasui                         b,d/f+F (against low kick)
    Honshi-Kato-Haisetsu-Ko       f,u/b+F (against high punch)
    Tenshin-Ryugeki-Hairaku       f,u/b+F (against high kick)
    Honko-Yoshin-Geki             f,b+F (against mid punch)
    Kongo-Fujin-Kyaku             b,f+F (against mid kick)
    Ranjakubi                     f,d/b+F (against low punch)
    Moko-Odato                    f,d/b+F (against low kick)
    Taishu-Oto                    b+F (against jumping punch)
    Senshin-Hotai                 b+F (against jumping kick)
    Geishin-Sei                   b,f,b+F+P+K
    Dame Dame                     d,d+F+P+K
    Atari                         f,b,f+F+P+K
    Mada Yaru                     b,b+F+P+K
    Down Attacks
    Rakuso-Suigeki                u+P+K
    Shinkyaku                     d+K               
    Tag Throws
    Tengyo-Ryukyaku               F+P (with Jann Lee)
    Senshin-Koryu                 f+F+P (with Jann Lee)
    Double Dragon                 F+P (from Jann Lee)
    Goshin-Kento                  F+P (with Helena)
    Soto-Ryuso                    F+P (from Helena)
    Senpi-Gaida                   F+P (with Tina)
    Meteor Drop                   F+P (from Tina)
    Tenchi-Ryushu                 F+P (with Ein)
    Knee Fang Catapult            F+P (from Zack)
    Shin-I-Yotenso                F+P (from Gen Fu)
    Shin-I-Yotenko                F+P (from Gen Fu, opponent's back to wall)
    Heishin-Geki                  F+P (with any other character)
    What follows is a listing of Lei-Fang's moves, with a detailed
    explanation of each one. The first line will have the move's name
    and input command, as well as the attack level and damage done, and
    any special properties of that move, following the conventions given
    above. Then a brief description along with any applicable strategies
    for that move will follow.
    For instance, a line such as:
    S. Hai P,[d/f]+P,P+K; H10,M20,M35 -,-,F; C,HC:S,S,F -,-,NR
    means: The name of the move is S. Hai. It is performed by pressing
    punch, then holding the down-forward direction and pressing punch,
    then punch and kick in unison. The three hits of the move do
    high, mid, and mid damage for 10, 20, and 35 points, respectively.
    Normally the first two moves have no special effects, the last move
    floats. On counter or high counter the first two moves stagger, and
    the last one floats. The last move is also non-reversible in all
    Moves/combos that are new from DOA2 are marked with an asterisk
    before the name, like this:
    Moves that are specific to the Japanese/European releases of the game
    are marked with a double asterisk, like this:
    Every character has some variation of these moves.
    High Punch P; H10; - HC:S
    Palm strike to the face.
    Mid Punch d/f+P; M20; - HC:S
    Backhand to midsection.
    Low Punch d+P; L5; - HC:S
    Double punch to low section.
    High Kick K; H28; S
    Front kick to the face.
    Mid Kick d/f+K; M25; S HC:KB
    Side kick to the stomach.
    Low Kick d+K; L10; - HC:S
    Low kick to the knee.
    Jump Punch P (in midair); M15; S
    Jumping punch.
    Jump Kick K (in midair); M30; KB
    Jumping kick. Great for wall/ledge damage, and most characters cannot reverse
    jumping kicks.
    Rising Kick K (while getting up); M20; C,HC:S
    Staggers opponents on counter but followup opportunities may be limited.
    Rising Sweep d+K (while getting up); L20; S C,HC:KD
    Staggers on normal hit, knocks down on counter hit.
    These are the moves that are unique to Lei-Fang.
    Zensho u/f+P; M25; S
    Upwards elbow strike to the midsection. Has been improved greatly from its
    DOA2 incarnation because it now stuns regardless of counterhit status. Great
    combo starter.
    Shahi-Chugeki u+P; H18; S
    Fast elbow strike to the face. Like the Zensho, it has been improved over its
    DOA2 version because it stuns on all counterhit statuses. Another good
    combo starter; mix up this and Zensho to fool your opponent, since they look
    very much alive.
    *Sanren-Kyaku u/f+KKK; M23,H12,H12; S,S,S C,HC:F,F,F
    DOA2's double kick has become a triple kick. The third kick negates float
    combo possibilities, so you might want to cancel the input after the second
    kick and go from there.
    Tenshin-Hairen u/b+K; H34; KB
    Backwards spinning kick. Nice knockback, but horrible range. Use only when 
    opponent is charging. Also can be reversed like a high kick, unlike most 
    jumping kicks.
    Soan f,f+P; M24; KB
    Double-handed palm strike that knocks the opponent back quite far. Good for
    wall/ledge damage; otherwise, stick to other moves that open up more combo
    Sofu-Kanji f,b+P; H25; S
    Box to the ears. As the opponent falls backwards, low hits will connect, as
    will the P+K float combo starter. Good for surprising the opponent.
    Shichi-Sun-Ko b,f+P; M40; KB
    The ever popular shoulder ram. Is eligible for "close hit" for a whopping
    60 points of damage, plus wall/ledge damage. Unfortunately, it can be
    reversed mid, so don't become too predictable with this move. Suggested
    time to use it are when opponent is floating or if opponent's back is
    *Choshitsu-Hotsui P+K,P; H/M45,M12; F,KD
    Floating upwards palm and knee, and a downwards elbow strike. The second
    part is new to DOA3. However, since P+K is a good float combo starter
    (especially on counterhit), it may be wiser to F-cancel this combo and
    start a new float combo.
    Tessa d,d+K; L25; S
    Sliding forward kick to the low section. Deceptively long range, and hits 
    low. Good for ending matches; most human opponents do not reverse low as 
    often as they do mid or high.
    *Choshitsu-Hoshingeki f+PKP; M17,H/M45,M12; -,F,KD C,HC:S,F,KD
    Elbow to the midsection followed by this Choshitsu-Hotsui. Again, the P+K
    is a great float combo starter so you may wish to use an F-cancel to
    interrupt this combo.
    Enshu-Sui b,b+P; H26; S
    Lei-Fang rears back and delivers a punch. It looks mid but actually hits
    high. Staggers, so good combo possibility, and the backwards movement
    will avoid some attacks. However, it is pretty slow to execute.
    Hoto-Suisan-Zensho b+PP; M22,M25; -,S C,HC:S,S
    Two palm strikes to the midsection. Another good combo starter, although
    the two quick mid attacks may leave you open to reversals fairly easily.
    Startup time is also a little on the long side.
    Joho-Shichi-Sei d/b+PP; M18,M28; -,S C,HC:S,S
    Backfist to the midsection followed up by a double fist. Staggers fairly
    well, and you can avoid high attacks during the first part of this move.
    Sho-Kinda qcf+P or while running, P; M32; S
    Lei-Fang circles forward and delivers a fist to the midsection. Stuns, but
    is slow. Best used from the midrange; if you are too close you are apt to
    get hit out of it.
    *Hoto-Shu qcb+P; M20; S C,HC:F
    A new move, a rising wrist strike to the midsection. Like the Sho-Kinda,
    it stuns well. It trades off faster execution time for less damage. This
    move also floats on counter or hi counter so it is something to aim for,
    though it doesn't float very high even on hi counter.
    *Gekichi-Sanren-Kyaku d/f,d/f+PKKK; L20,M23,H12,H12; -,S,S,S C,HC:KD,F,F,F
    A punch to the low section followed up by the triple kicks. Excellent
    way to mix up the opponent. Should start from the midrange to be used
    Gekichi-Haisetsu-Ko d/f,d/f+PP; L20,M35; -,F C,HC:KD,F; -,NR
    Like the Gekichi-Sanren-Kyaku, only instead of the kicks the second hit
    is the back ram. This has the advantage of not being reversible (leads to
    position change only) so if the opponent has learned to reverse mid after
    the first low punch, switch to this combination instead.
    Sokutan-Kyaku f+K or while running, K; H24; S; C,HC:F
    Side kick to the face. Excellent combo starter, quite basic, and now easier 
    to do than in DOA2. Follow up with other stunning or floating attacks
    in order to start a nice air combo.
    Bun-Kyaku f,f+K; M32; F
    A rising kick that always floats. Doesn't float that high normally but
    on counter or high counter you should be able to get a respectable float
    combo in.
    *Haikyaku-Senpu-Kyaku u+KK; H24,M35; -,- C,HC:F,KD; -,NR
    A new move, an inside-to-outside crescent kick followed by the Senpu-Kyaku
    jumping spinning crescent kick. The crescent kick no longer knocks down
    the opponent on a non-counter hit, which can be good in some situations and
    bad in others. The kick is non-reversible, however, which is always handy.
    Senkyu-Rentai b+KKK; H30,M20,L7; KB,F,KD
    Three spinning kicks, high, mid, then low. This move has been toned down
    from the DOA2 version; if the first kick hits, it usually knocks the
    opponent too far back for the other kicks to connect. If the opponent is
    bunched up against a wall, however, this is a great combo to use.
    Fujin-Kyaku d/b+K; L15; -; C:S HC:KD
    Low kick to the knee with Lei-Fang's back foot. Not terribly useful,
    use the Fujin-Tessa instead.
    Fujin-Tessa [d/b]+KK; L15,L23; -,S C,HC:S,S
    Low kick to the knee followed by the Tessa. Two quick low hits in
    succession often fools many opponents, so throw this move in every now and
    then. Make use of the Tessa stun by following up with qcf+P or something
    Tokyaku-Haisetsu-Ko d/f+KP; M25,M17; S,F C:KD,F; -,NR
    A side kick followed by the back ram. If the side kick connects the back
    ram will definitely connect also. Again, since the back ram is non-
    reversible, this is one of the safer moves to pull off.
    Hoko-Kisan f+P+K; H22; S
    A double forward palm-strike that stuns regardless of counterhit status.
    Good combo starter, has high priority, but the opponent may duck.
    Honshin-Tanben u/b+P; M29; S
    Lei-Fang rears back and then delivers a strike to the midsection. The virtue
    of this move is that it serves as a modified punch; in other words, any
    canned combo beginning with P can be begun with this move instead. Also
    has good stunning properties. The only caveat is its larger than usual
    execution time.
    Renkan-Sho-Kinda PPP; H10,H12,M32; -,-,S HC:S,S,S
    Two palm strikes and the Sho-Kinda. Not too spectacular, you could go for
    better combos. The Sho-Kinda does stun long enough for some effective
    followups, however.
    *Renkan-Soan PP,f+PP; H10,H12,M20,M26; -,-,-,KB C:-,-,S,KB HC:S,S,S,KB
    Two palm strikes, a spinning elbow, and a double palm strike. The last
    hit can be used for wall or ledge damage. This combo is also one of the
    fastest of Lei-Fang's and is great for use in floats.
    Renkan-Kinkei-Dokuritsu PP,f+PK; H10,H12,M20,M45; -,-,-,F C:-,-,S,F HC:S,S,S,F
    Similar to the Renkan-Soan, only the last hit is changed to the P+K float
    starter. This is one of the most crucial combos to learn for Lei-Fang, as it
    is one of the major building blocks to long combos. Can be used on the ground
    (on a stunned opponent to float them high) or on a floating opponent
    (to extend the float).
    Renkan-Zensho PP,b+PP; H10,H12,M22,M25; -,-,-,S C:-,-,S,S HC:S,S,S,S
    Two palm strikes followed by two slower palm strikes. Not that great,
    but staggers. I'd use something else.
    *Renkan-Hoto-Shu PP,d+P; H10,H12,M20; -,-,S C:-,-,F; HC:S,S,F
    Two palm strikes followed by a lifting palm strike. The only reason to use
    this move is on counter status, since it floats. Otherwise it's best to
    use another PP... combo with more hits/damage.
    Renkan-Renshu-Kyaku PPKK; H10,H12,H25,H14; -,-,S,KB; HC:S,S,S,KB
    Two palm strikes followed by two spinning kicks. Allows for mixup games
    since up to this point all the PP... comboes have begun HHM... Respectable
    Renkan-Senkyu-Tai PPK,d+K; H10,H12,H25,M10; -,-,S,F HC: S,S,S,F
    Like the Renkan-Renshu-Kyaku, only the last kick is mid instead of high. 
    Again, useful for mixup games.
    *Renkan-Senpu-Kyaku PP,f+KK; H10,H12,H24,M35; -,-,-,- C:-,-,F,KD HC:S,S,F,KD
    Two palm strikes, a crescent kick, and then the spinning jumping crescent
    kick. A good combo to consider, and more damaging than the Renkan-Renshu-
    Renkan-Tessa PP,d+K; H10,H12,L25; -,-,S HC:S,S,S
    Unlike the other PP... combo starters, this one ends low. Again, great for
    mixup games, and the stagger can be followed up with effectively.
    Seiryuu-Soan P,d/f+PP; H10,M20,M26; -,-,KB C:-,S,KB HC:S,S,KB
    Palm strike, punch to the midsection, and a double palm strike. Changes
    up levels differently from the PP... combo starter series so it's good
    to throw in. However, it's usually better to try for the Seiryuu-Haisetsu-
    Ko rather than this move.
    Seiryuu-Haisetsu-Ko P,d/f+P,P+K; H10,M20,M35; -,-,F C:-,S,F HC:S,S,F
    Palm strike, punch to midsection, and the back ram. The back ram float can
    be followed up on counter, and once again, since it is non-reversible it is
    relatively safe to perform.
    Tanben-Senkyu-Rentai PKKK; H10,H30,M10,L7; -,KB,F,KD HC:S,KB,F,KD
    Palm strike followed by three spinning kicks. Like the KKK, this move has
    been watered down from its DOA version since not all kicks will usually
    Renshu-Kyaku KK; H28,H16; S,KB
    Two spinning high kicks. Good for keeping the opponent away. Mix up this
    and the next move to create guessing games for the opponent.
    Shu-Kyaku-Senkyu-Tai K,d+K; H28,M10; S,F
    Spinning high kick and a spinning mid kick. If you are fast about it you
    can follow up the second hit with a short float combo.
    Hakkaku-Kyoshu b+P+K; H20; S
    Lei-Fang leans forward in an odd palm-strike attack. Staggers regardless
    of counterhit status, though it hits high so beware for crouchers.
    To-To-Ho d/b+P+K; M34; KB
    Lei-Fang leans back and then delivers a double fist to the midsection,
    knocking the opponent far back. Good tactic for avoidance and counterattack,
    although followup possibilities are pretty much nil.
    Haisetsu-Ko d+P+K; M35; F; NR
    The back ram. Crappy range, but floats, and the best part is that this move
    is completely not reversible. A successful reversal will make the opponent
    flip around to the other side of you, but since you turn your back during
    the execution of this move anyway, you end up face to face.
    **Chuten-Sho d/f+P+K; H22; S C,HC:F
    A turning lifting palm strike. Good combo starter, floats fairly high on
    counter hit, and Lei-Fang can turn around fast enough to do most of her
    PP... or similar canned combos.
    Senpu-Kyaku F+K; M35; - C,HC:KD; NR
    A spinning jumping crescent kick. Great range, thogh it has been toned down
    since it will not always knock down the opponent. This move is still great
    against charging or rising opponents, however.
    Lei-Fang only has one back-facing stance move, and it's not terribly 
    effective. You'll want to minimize the time you spend with your back turned.
    Sentsu-Hai P+K; M38; KB
    Lei-Fang ducks down, then turns and punches the opponent in the gut. Knocks
    back quite far, and Lei-Fang can duck high attacks. However, it's slow,
    and followup possibilities are non-existent. Nine times out of 10, you would
    be better off just starting a canned combo from the back-turned position.
    Lei-Fang's throws are among the best in the game, losing only to Tina and
    Bass, and probably on equal footing with Leon or Bayman.
    Touden-Kou/Roushitsu-Enshin-Ko F+P; T40; KD
    This throw is in the US version of the game. Since I don't have the US 
    version, I don't know what this throw looks like... comments, help, anyone?
    **Saiwan-Heishin-Geki/Saiwan-Heishin-Ko F+P,F+P; T40,T16; -,KD
    Chain-throw replacement for Lei-Fang's standard throw in the JP/Euro versions
    of the game. Lei-Fang palm strikes the opponent, then flips them over her
    back. If they hit a wall or obstacle, she'll add on the back ram for more
    damage. This has the potential to be the most damaging standard throw in the
    game, though the timing is a little tricky for the chain.
    Noba-Bunso b+F+P; T46; KD
    Lei-Fang pulls the opponent in by the arm, and then elbows them back to the
    ground. Not terribly impressive, there are much better throws.
    Kaisan-Suichu b+F+P (Lei-Fang's back to wall); T0; -
    Lei-Fang pulls the opponent in and switches position with them, so that
    they are now against the wall. Not too great, and it often comes out
    Token-Ko d/f+F+P; T52; KD
    Lei-Fang cartwheels onto the opponent's stomach. This throw seems to
    have slightly longer range than Lei-Fang's other throws, so it's worth
    using for that reason alone.
    Heishin-Sui f+F+P; T55; KD
    Lei-Fang pulls the opponent in, and then knocks their head into the ground.
    Again, not that great, there are better standing throws.
    Roshitsu-Yoho f,f+F+P; T50; KB
    Lei-Fang kicks the opponent in the stomach and then sends them flying
    backwards with her palm. If you are even reasonably close to a wall or a
    ledge, you will get additional damage. A great throw to use after blocking
    a combo from the opponent.
    Roshitsu-Asshin-Ko f,f+F+P (opponent's back to wall); T60; KD
    Similar to the Roshitsu-Yoho, Lei-Fang kicks the opponent in the stomach
    but then uses the wall for leverage as she gives them a backram. Does a
    base of 60 damage, with the possibility for more for breaking/exploding/
    electrified walls. A great followup to use once you've knocked the opponent
    into a wall.
    Ren-Taiko-Chogyo qcf+F+P,b+F+P,f,f+F+P; T48,T20,T32; -,-,KD
    Lei-Fang's chain throw, a palm strike to the midsection, elbow to the
    back, and then a trip. Worth an insane 100 points of damage, if you manage
    to pull off all the parts.
    Takuchu-Ken-Ko qcf+F+P,b+F+P,b,f+F+P; T48,T20,T28; -,-,KB
    Lei-Fang's chain throw, variation two. The last hit is replaced by the
    shoulder ram, knocking the opponent far back. Oddly enough this does
    4 points less damage, but if they hit a wall or ledge this more than makes
    up for it. The shoulder ram will be directed along the axis of where 
    Lei-Fang's back was when she starts the throw.
    Ri'nei-Hisui qcb+F+P; T62; KD
    Lei-Fang dislocates the opponent's shoulder and slams them to the ground.
    Her most powerful non-chain standing throw, it should be used often when
    one of the more advanced throws cannot be used.
    Takuchu-Haisui F+P (facing opponent's back); T55; KD
    Lei-Fang flips the opponent over her shoulder. Don't bother with this
    throw, there are much better ones to use.
    Joho-Ko f,f+F+P (facing opponent's back); T58; KB
    Lei-Fang shoulder rams the opponent's back, sending them flying backwards.
    As with many of her throws, you should aim for this throw if the opponent
    is reasonably close to a wall or ledge. Otherwise, go for the Shitsucho-
    Shitsucho-Kohai-Kyaku qcf+F+P (facing opponent's back); T60; KD
    Lei-Fang knees the opponent in the neck and then spin kicks their head.
    A great throw to use after a successful mid kick reversal (which will
    leave the opponent with their back turned).
    Toitsu-Kon d+F+P (low throw); T58; KD
    Lei-Fang cartwheels backwards, hitting the opponent in the face three
    times. Okay throw, but the Kinkei-Dokuritsu is much more effective.
    Kinkei-Dokuritsu d/b+F+P (low throw); T62; KD
    Lei-Fang knees the opponent in the face. The low throw of choice.
    Teishu-Josei d+F+P (low throw, facing opponent's back); T65; KD
    Not a throw you are likely to see, Lei-Fang simply strikes the
    opponent's back with her forearm. Does a great 65 points of damage,
    Lei-Fang's wide variety of parries and reversals make her the best defensive
    character in the game. Learning the different properties of each parry/
    reversal and knowing when to use which one is crucial to high-level Lei-Fang
    Tensen-Sotai u/b+F (against high punches); R47; KD
    Lei-Fang trips the opponent by kneeing them in the stomach.
    Rotai-Toto u/b+F (against high kicks); R47; KD
    Lei-Fang grabs the opponent's leg, trips them with her other hand, and
    kicks them in the stomach. Looks quite impressive.
    Heishin-Geki b+F (against mid punches); R47; KD
    Lei-Fang flips the opponent over her shoulder. Pretty basic, down
    attacks can usually follow.
    Heishin-Haisetsu-Ko (against mid punches, Lei-Fang's back to wall); R57; KD
    Lei-Fang flips the opponent over her shoulder into the wall, and as they
    slide down she gives them a back ram. Does great damage, and like her standard
    throw, if the wall has explosive/breaking/electrical properties it will do
    even more damage. Arguably the best reversal in the game.
    Kaisei b+F (against mid kicks); R0; - 
    Lei-Fang catches the opponent's leg and pushes it back. Does no damage, but
    turns the opponent around.
    Sohai-Kyaku d/b+F (against low punches); R47; KD
    Lei-Fang catches the opponent's arm and axe kicks them in the head.
    Hotai-Sokyaku d/b+F (against low kicks); R47; KD
    Lei-Fang catches the opponent's leg and flips them up.
    Sairestsu/Hosei b,u/f+F (against high and mid attacks); R0; S
    Lei-Fang's high/mid parry, will stop almost all high or mid attacks and give
    her the momentary advantage. Good followups include an f,f+F+P throw or
    some sort of float combo. The biggest advantage is that you do not have to
    differentiate between high and mid attacks when using this move.
    Risei/Kasui b,d/f+F (against low attacks); R0; S
    Lei-Fang's low parry, stops low attacks and staggers opponent. Kind of useless,
    since if you suspect the opponent is going to attack low, you might as well
    use a low reversal instead.
    *Honshin-Kato-Haisetsu-Ko f,u/b+F (against high punches); R60; KB
    Lei-Fang catches the opponent's arm, hits them once in the stomach and
    once in the back, then hits them with the back ram. Far knockback, wall
    and ledge damage is a definite possibility.
    *Tenshin-Ryugeki-Hairaku f,u/b+F (against high kicks); R60; KD
    Lei-Fang catches the opponent's leg, spins around and elbows them in the
    back, then throws them to the ground.
    *Honko-Yoshin-Geki f,b+F (against mid punches); R60; KD
    Lei-Fang catches the opponent's arm, hits them in the stomach and back,
    then throws them to the ground and stomps on their stomach.
    *Kongo-Fujin-Kyaku b,f+F (against mid kicks); R20; S
    Lei-Fang catches the opponent's leg and kicks them in their other leg,
    forcing them to turn their back. Low damage but the setup is worth it.
    *Ranjakubi f,d/b+F (against low punches); R60; KB
    Lei-Fang palm strikes the opponent twice in the stomach, sending them
    flying back. Wall/ledge damage is possible.
    *Moko-Odato f,d/b+F (against low kicks); R60; KD
    Lei-Fang hits the opponent in the groin and then knocks them to the ground
    with a ridgehand to the face.
    Taishu-Oto b+F (against jumping punches); R47; KD
    Lei-Fang grabs the opponent's arm and slams them to the ground.
    Senshin-Hotai b+F (against jumping kicks); R47; KD
    Lei-Fang grabs the opponent's leg and slams them to the ground. Note that
    only Bass, Leon, Bayman, Christie, and Lei-Fang can reverse jumping kicks.
    Taunts serve two purposes: To annoy your opponent in versus mode, or to gain
    more points in Survival Mode.
    Geishin-Sei b,f,b+F+P+K
    Lei-Fang poses and tells the opponent to come and get her.
    Dame Dame d,d+F+P+K
    Lei-Fang poses and tells the opponent that what they're doing is no good.
    Atari! f,b,f+F+P+K
    Lei-Fang jumps and says "Great!"
    Mada Yaru? b,b+F+P+K
    Lei-Fang hops forward and asks the opponent if they really want to continue.
    Everybody has these. Not terribly special.
    Rakuso-Suigeki u+P+K; G18
    Lei-Fang jumps onto the opponent's stomach.
    Shinkyaku d+K; G10
    Lei-Fang stomps the opponent's stomach.
    Lei-Fang's tagging ability is above average, considering that she tags with
    many different partners, and even her generic tag throw for characters who
    do not have a specific tag throw is perhaps the best in the game.
    Tengyo-Ryuukyaku F+P (tagging in Jann Lee); T70; KB
    Lei-Fang kicks the opponent upwards and Jann Lee flies in with a Dragon
    Kick. Wall/ledge damage is very likely.
    Senshin-Koryu f+F+P (tagging in Jann Lee); T80; KD
    Lei-Fang flips the opponent to the ground, then Jann Lee stomps on the enemy,
    then breaks their ribs by twisting his legs. Worth style points, though
    ultimately their other tag throw may do more damage if wall/ledge damage is
    taken into account.
    Double Dragon F+P (Jann Lee tags in Lei-Fang); T70; KB
    Jann Lee hits the opponent with a few quick strikes before both he and
    Lei-Fang perform a Dragon Knuckle, again knocking the opponent far back,
    a great opportunity for extra damage.
    Goshin-Kento F+P (tagging in Helena); T70; KB
    Lei-Fang and Helena team up to do a dual chain throw on the opponent.
    Far knockback, wall/ledge damage is possible.
    Soto-Ryuso F+P (Helena tags in Lei-Fang); T70; KD
    Lei-Fang and Helena hit the opponent in the stomach and back and then
    simultaneously trip the opponent.
    Senpi-Gaida F+P (tagging in Tina); T70; KD
    Lei-Fang grabs the opponent in a hammer lock, circling to their back,
    when Tina comes in and the two do a double bulldog maneuver.
    Meteor Drop F+P (Tina tags in Lei-Fang); T70; KD
    Tina does a reverse Frankensteiner to ground the opponent, then boosts
    Lei-Fang into a sit-down splash.
    *Tenchi-Ryushu F+P (tagging in Ein); T70; KD
    Lei-Fang flips the opponent high into the air with a kick, and Ein slams
    them down again with an axe kick. Actually not too impressive.
    Knee Fang Catapult F+P (Zack tags in Lei-Fang); T70
    Zack knees the opponent in the stomach while Lei-Fang knees them in
    the back; Zack then knees the opponent again and Lei-Fang uses the 
    momentum to flip them into the ground.
    Shin-I-Yotenso/Shin-I-Yotenko F+P (Gen Fu tags in Lei-Fang); T70
    Gen-Fu rams the opponent then lifts them up; meanwhile
    Lei-Fang grabs the opponents foot and catapults over Gen-Fu, slamming
    the opponent down to the ground. If they hit the wall, Lei-Fang adds
    on a back ram for added fun.
    Heishin F+P (Other character tags in Lei-Fang); T62
    Your partner whips the opponent towards Lei-Fang, who flips the
    opponent over her head a la the mid punch reversal. Also a la
    the mid punch reversal, if they hit a wall Lei-Fang will tack on
    a shoulder ram for extra variable damage. Arguably the best generic
    tag throw in the game.
    5. COMBOS
    The first thing to remember about combos in the Dead or Alive series is
    that, unlike other fighting game series, a combo is defined by the game
    as a series of attacks that, once the first hit connects, the rest cannot
    be blocked. However, combos can be broken by reversals, and so the damage
    for the combo cannot necessarily be guaranteed. The only combos that
    can be guaranteed are to floating opponents, or to opponents who have
    their back turned.
    Thus, the main goal of most combos should be either to turn the opponent
    around or to float the opponent some time during the combo. Since turning
    around the opponent is relatively hard, the easiest way to get guaranteed
    damage is to utilize a float combo.
    There are four parts to the basic Lei-Fang float combo:
    1) Stun - you will generally want to stun your opponent first, since many
       many of Lei-Fang's moves do not float unless the opponent is stunned, or
       unless the hit is a counterhit (hitting a stunned opponent generally
       gives the same effects as a counterhit, as does hitting the opponent
       in the back).
    2) Float - This is the crucial part of the combo. Picking the right float
       move is important since some moves float higher than others, and whether
       the opponent is stunned or not makes some difference as well. Also, there
       is a small but still significant difference between characters - Kasumi
       will float a little higher than Bass given the same conditions.
    3) Extend - These are moves, usually canned combos or parts of canned combos,
       that hit the opponent in midair. Remember that moves done to a floated
       opponent are reduced in damage by 50%, so you will want to pick something
       that damages well.
    4) Finish - These are single moves performed to end a float combo. They
       usually slam the opponent down or knock them far back, which has the 
       added advantage of having potential for wall or ledge damage.
    Extend and Finish moves may come in the same canned combo; for instance,
    a P, d/f+P, P+K combo done to a floating opponent results in two punches
    for extended hits, and the P+K performs the back ram which knocks the 
    opponent backwards.
    The following chart lists moves from each of the above categories.
    You can pick and choose from each column to experiment. Not all combinations
    will work, and some combinations will only work on certain characters, so
    spend some time mixing and matching.
    The float column is the trickiest, since many moves only float if the opponent
    is stunned or if it is a counter hit. Many stun moves float if the opponent
    is already stunned.
    Stun               Float               Extend               Finish
    ----               -----               ------               ------
    u/f+P              u+K                 u/f+KKK              f,f+P
    u+P                P+K                 P+K,P                b,f+P
    u/f+K              f+PK                f+PKP                d/b+P+K
    f,b+P              qcb+P               d/b+PP               d+P+K
    d,d+K              u/f+KK              b+KKK
    b,b+P              d/f,d/f+PKK         [d/b]+KK
    b+PP               d/f,d/f+PP          d/f+KP
    d/b+PP             f,f+K               PP,f+PP
    qcf+P              d/f+KP              PP,f+PK
    qcb+P              PP,f+PK             PP,d+P
    f+K                PP,d+P              PP,d+K
    [d/b]+KK           PP,f+K              PPKK
    f+P+K              P,d/f+P,P+K         PPK,d+K
    u/b+P              d+P+K               PP,d+K
    PPP                d/f+P+K             P,d/f+PP
    PP,d+P                                 P,d/f+P,P+K
    PP,d+K                                 PKKK
    b+P+K                                  KK
    d/f+P+K                                K,d+K
    Here are some combos I am fond of:
    u/f+KK,u/f+KKK - 5 Hits, 57 Damage
    u/f+P,u+K,P,d/f+P,P+K - 5 Hits, 68 Damage
    u+P,f+PK,F,b,f+P - 5 Hits, 68 Damage
    u/b+P,F,PP,d+P,PP,d+K - 7 Hits, 71 Damage
    f+K,f+PK,F,PP,d+K - 7 Hits, 77 Damage
    d,d+K,f+PK,F,PP,f+PK - 8 Hits, 88 Damage
    f+K,PP,f+PK,P,d/f+P,P+K - 9 Hits, 98 Damage
    u/b+P,F,PP,f+PK,P,d/f+P,P+K - 9 Hits, 103 Damage
    u/b+P,F,PP,f+PK,f+PKP - 9 Hits, 104 Damage
    Of course, each part of each combo can be modified, especially the stunning
    move to begin.
    Again, I should reiterate that combos are not necessarily the best way to
    go in Dead or Alive, since until the opponent is floating, they can reverse
    out of the combo. This is especially true for Lei-Fang, because she has a
    number of powerful throws and reversals that leave her less vulnerable to
    Let's take a look at all of Lei-Fang's canned combos beginning with a P, and
    their associated levels.
    Combo        Level
    -----        -----
    PPP          HHM
    PP,f+PP      HHMM
    PP,f+PK      HHM,H/M
    PP,b+PP      HHMM
    PP,d+P       HHM
    PPKK         HHHH
    PPK,d+K      HHHM
    PP,f+KK      HHHM
    PP,d+K       HHL
    P,d/f+PP     HMM
    P,d/f+P,P+K  HMM
    PKKK         HHML
    Not too exciting. But, two important moves come into play here: the Honshin-
    Tanben (u/b+P), and Lei-Fang's generic mid punch (d/f+P). The great things
    about these moves is that they can serve as modified punches. So, you could
    replace the initial mid punch in any of these combos with either u/b+P or
    d/f+P, and continue the combo as if you had just pressed P! Aside from doing
    more damage, these moves also hit mid. So, if your opponent has learned to
    reverse high to stop your canned combos before they start, switch up to this
    tactic instead. Need a MHHM combo? Try d/f+PPK,d+K. Or need a MMM combo?
    Try u/b+P,d/f+P,P+K. If you continually switch up levels to confuse your
    opponent, you will get many more opportunities for maximized damage.
    F-cancelling is basically pressing the free button in the middle of a combo
    to stop the combo. Why would you want to do this? Effective use of F-cancel
    allows for longer combos, more damage, better knockback opportunities, etc.
    For example, take Lei-Fang's f+PKP. Veterans of DOA2 who often used her f+PK
    to float may find themselves frustrated by this move, as the last hit does
    fairly low damage and has limited opportunity for wall damage. But, with an
    F-cancel, the old Lei-Fang combo can be ressurected. A combo such as
    f+K,f+PKP - 5 Hits, 66 Damage
    can be interrupted with an F-cancel to allow for a better float hit.
    f+K,f+PK,F,b,f+P - 5 Hits, 74 Damage (more on wall/ledge hit)
    or even
    f+K,f+P+K,F,PP,d+K - 7 Hits, 77 Damage
    Important moves to consider F-cancelling after for Lei-Fang include
    Along the same line of thought as F-cancels, these are even easier to
    perform since they just involve stopping the combo and waiting. A classic
    example is Lei-Fang's Sanren-Kyaku (u/f+KKK) The third kick almost always
    knocks the opponent too far back to allow for further followup. However,
    by limiting the input to just u/f+KK and waiting for Lei-Fang to land,
    it becomes a float move with potential followups. To use an example,
    u/f+KKK - 3 Hits, 38 Damage
    But if one simply makes sure not to be too button happy on the K button:
    u/f+KK (pause), b,f+P - 3 Hits, 48 Damage (more on wall/ledge hit)
    Another use of this is the throw counter. Let's say that you have hit
    the opponent repeatedly with the PP,f+PK combo. However, they have learned
    that they can easily reverse the last hit, which is both high and mid.
    This is where another interrupted combo (or you could use F-cancel) comes
    into play. Upon performing PP,f+P, a trained opponent will immediately
    reverse. This is the opportunity to throw - f,f+F+P works nicely, or if
    you're fast, you can even get a chain throw in. Since the opponent tried
    to reverse, you will get a high counter throw, and get 150% damage.
    ...my back is to the wall?
    This is actually not as detrimental to Lei-Fang as one might think. She
    has a number of great chances to punish the opponent if her back is to
    a wall or a ledge.
    A standard response is to use her b+F+P throw. If you are against a wall,
    it replaces the regular b+F+P throw with a position-changing throw for no
    One great strategy is to use her new multi-part standard throw (F+P,F+P).
    The timing is tricky, but the great part of this move is that if you
    get the chain, the opponent will be flipped over your back, smacked into
    the wall, and just to add insult to injury, will also get back-rammed into
    the wall again. This provides two wall hits; on an explosive or electrified
    wall this will do 77 damage, more than any standard throw in the game (and
    indeed, more than most throws period). Throwing them over a ledge such as
    on Lost World or through a breakable wall such as in Azuchi could net you
    upwards of 90 damage. All for a single throw!
    Another strategy is to use her extended chain throw (qcf+F+P,b+F+P,b,f+F+P).
    This ends with a shoulder ram. Since the shoulder ram will be directed along
    the axis of where your back was originally facing, performing it with your
    back to a wall will let you slam the opponent straight into the wall or
    over a ledge. You'll want to practice the chain so that the parts flow
    together smoothly to minimize the chance that your chain will be broken.
    100+ points of damage will be your reward.
    Of course, if the opponent catches on that you're going to throw them,
    they'll attempt to attack you to get in high counter attacks. This is where
    reversals come into play. Two reversals especially come into play:
    her regular b+F reversal against a mid punch, and her advanced f,u/b+F
    reversal against a high punch. Both of these reversals will knock your
    opponent into a wall or ledge if Lei-Fang's back is to the wall. On high
    counter, both of these reversals will do over 100 points of damage - not
    bad for a single move!
    ...the opponent's back is to the wall?
    A player does NOT want to have his back to the wall against Lei-Fang. The
    reason is that Lei-Fang is one of the most effective characters at
    repeatedly knocking the opponent into the wall for good effect.
    The first strategy of course is to continue knocking the opponent into the
    wall with more attacks. DOA3, unlike 2, allows two wall hits to hit the
    opponent before they slump to the ground (and become invulnerable to further
    attacks). So, an effective combo would be b+KK, since both hits will smack
    the opponent into the wall. Another popular move is the b,f+P shoulder ram,
    which can cause severe damage on a close hit. Similar is the d/f+P+K
    double fist. Another good move to use is the d+P+K back ram. Although it
    will not knock the opponent into the wall unless they're standing right
    next to it, the move has good priority, and is also nonreversible (although
    a successful reversal will put your back to the wall so beware). 
    A popular move against an opponent who is getting up next to the wall is F+K.
    This goes over low attacks and some mid attacks, will knock the opponent into
    the wall, and is also non-reversible. It's a bit slow however so don't try
    for it unless the opponent is momentarily incapacitated.
    Once your opponent learns to stop your attacks, it's time to switch up to
    throws. Lei-Fang was seemingly made to throw opponents into the wall, as her
    standard throw to an opponent against the wall changes to something identical
    to her f,f+P+K, a throw with two built-in wall hits. Again, a high counter
    and a electrified/explosive walls will net you more than 100 damage for a
    single throw. There's really no reason to use any other throw (well,
    except perhaps the longer chain throws) when you opponent is backed up to
    a wall.
    If the opponent gets up swinging, your throw attempt may be high countered.
    Reversals are again helpful, but one special reversal is Lei-Fang's
    advanced reversal (f,d/b+F) against low punches, which will knock the
    opponent back into the wall for great damage. High countering this reversal
    will again provide 100+ damage.
    ...my back is turned?
    Unfortunately, Lei-Fang's options are fairly limited while her back is
    turned. She has only one unique move from back turned stance (P+K). The
    good thing is that Lei-Fang ducks down before she performs it, so she
    can dodge most throws or high attacks. However generally you'll want to
    turn around as fast as possible, with a simple P or K palm or spinning
    ...the opponent's back is turned?
    This situtation is common when fighting Brad Wong or Ayane, but Lei-Fang
    can actually force it to happen to anyone with her mid kick reversals
    (both basic and advanced). The question is what to do afterwards. Two
    important points about an opponent with their back turned: they cannot
    reverse, and all hits against them are counter hits. This means that many
    of the longer combos you may use will not work. There are a few moves you
    might want to try: f+P,K (F-cancel) float combo, qcf+F+P back throw, or
    d+F+P crouching back throw (if they happen to duck).
    ...the opponent is getting up?
    Beginners will usually use a rising kick to get up. Although you can try
    and look at the level they will kick and reverse accordingly, another good
    strategy is to use the F+K jumping kick. At the right distance, it will jump
    over both mid and low sweeping kicks, and will knock the opponent right down
    Aside from this, opponents who simply get up vary wildly in their patterns
    after that, so you will simply have to learn who you are fighting against.
    Use high priority or high damage moves, such as the b,f+P shoulder ram,
    on opponents who tend not to reverse; throw those who reverse.
    Lei-Fang is great in Time Attack mode, as she has a number of ways to do
    a lot of damage in a little amount of time. On confined levels with
    electrified/explosive walls, use the various strategies detailed above;
    a throw into the wall and a few strikes will down most opponents. Otherwise,
    you can use her chain throws for a relatively quick 100 points of damage;
    most strikes don't even compare. For more predictable opponents (like
    Jann-Lee or Hayabusa) use her specialized reversals to deal large amounts of
    There are two goals in survival mode: To get the highest score possible, 
    and to get as many wins as possible. The first goal is fairly easy for
    Lei-Fang, as with some practice you should be able to pull off at least
    9-hit combos consistently. To maximize your score, you'll want to attain
    Double Reach quickly -- via two wall hits (such as with b+KK), or a throw
    into the wall and another wall hit. After attaining Double Reach, you'll
    want to get as many items as possible, as well as perform as many high-
    hitting combos as possible. One good combo is some sort of stunning
    move (pick from u/f+P, u+P, f+K, u/f+K, etc. etc.), then PP,f+PK,PP,d+K.
    This works on both light and heavy characters and counts for nine hits.
    The first concern is who to tag Lei-Fang with. The default choice is Jann
    Lee, which is certainly not a bad choice. However, many players find him
    a little predictable to use.
    A great choice is Helena. She and Lei-Fang have unique tag throws both
    ways, and her combo ability exceeds that of Lei-Fang's. Putting them
    together, you could easily come up with a 16-hit combo.
    Another choice is Ayane. While she has no unique throws with Lei-Fang,
    Ayane's mastery of level mixups, as well as that of low staggers,
    complements some areas that Lei-Fang is weaker in.
    Finally, certain DOA Xtreme Beach Volleyball occurrences make it seem
    that Lei-Fang and Hitomi should tag together well. While they have no
    unique tag throws, Hitomi's power strikes and throws do indeed complement
    Lei-Fang nicely. The same could be said of Ein, to whom Lei-Fang does have
    a unique tag throw, although the reverse is not true.
    7. CREDITS
    To Tecmo and Team Ninja for once again a great fighting game.
    This guide is copyrighted 2002 to Edward Chang. It may be distributed
    freely as long as it is not altered in any manner.

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