She's a grappler.http://www.youtube.com/watch?a=&feature=youtu.be&v=r08v72xk_cI&desktop_uri=/watch?v=r08v72xk_cI&feature=youtu.be&a&nomobile=1
She does more damage than the Izuna on her grabs. That is blasphemy lol.
It sounds like you don't have a point.He has actual faults in DOA5. It's definitely an adjustment for DOA2, 3 and 4 Hayabusa players.
I'm just saying that you're having trouble using a fair(er) version of an always top tier character.It sounds like you don't have a point.
My point is that the "weaknesses" you speak of are that his strike potential is actually fairly weak, moreso than other grapplers who are in fact faster and have better mix-ups (lIsa, for example). Thus, he's actually much closer to a grappler than the other ninja characters, and unless TN changes him back, he should be treated as such.
Thus, it's logical that Ryu's Izunas should be exceptionally powerful, given that he lacks the strike power of many others (Leon and seemingly Rachel), as well as the OH capabilities and large chain throw damage most grapplers can opt for.
Who said I'm having trouble?I'm just saying that you're having trouble using a fair(er) version of an always top tier character.
I'm not really sure we can assess much of Rachel's capabilities at this point.
He has most comboable air throw in the game. High damage holds and throws. Access to ceilings with izunas. Mobility and range that grapplers don't have. etc. He's a jack of all trades type of character.Who said I'm having trouble?
I just said said he has shitty mix-ups and doesn't posses the full throw/OH power of true grapplers, which is true.
You're not really saying anything.
All great. Changes nothing what I've said.He has most comboable air throw in the game. High damage holds and throws. Access to ceilings with izunas.
Every one of his mid-to-long range options is easily side-steppable and most are easily interrupted because of their speed and random crush properties. His range game is not as great as people claim it is.Mobility and range that grapplers don't have. etc.
Actually, he's the opposite. A highly specialized character who gets maximum pay-off for proper reads but has to read precisely and correctly because each of his options will only beat out specified actions by the opponent.He's a jack of all trades type of character.