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Dhalsim

Sf2hf-dhalsim-portrait.gif

Yoga yoga yogaaa yoga yoga yoga. Dhalsim enters a brutal fighting tournament despite his pacifism in order to raise money for his village. Upon winning, he steals one of Tony Jaa's elephants to ride home on, and then spends the remainder of his life meditating in order to destroy Jaa before he can find Dhalsim's village.

In a nutshell

While one of the weaker incarnations of Dhalsim, HF Dhalsim is still capable of keeping opponents in their place with long range normals, slides and fireballs. Although primarily a keepaway character, Dhalsim can set up some nasty throw loops and corner traps when given a chance.


Character Specific Information

Character Data
Damage Scaling Factor:
25/32
Pre-Jump Frames:
4f
Jump duration:
40f

Color Options

Default Start
Sf2hf-dhalsim-1p.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-2p.png

Moves List

Normal Moves

  • Standing Normal Moves (st.)
Name
Command
Base Damage
Random damage table
Stun
Stun Timer
Startup
Active
Recov.
Adv On Hit/Block
Notes
Standing Light Punch
Lp.png
6
-
4
40
6
6
5
+4/+3
Specialcancel.png
Standing Medium Punch
Mp.png
10
-
8
60
8
4
6
0/+4
Standing Hard Punch
Hp.png
16
-
14
80
8
4
6
-2
Standing Light Kick
Lk.png
8
-
4
40
6
8
9
-3
Standing Medium Kick
Mk.png
10
-
8
60
6
8
9
+4/+1
Standing Hard Kick
Hk.png
14
-
14
80
11
6
18
-2/-1
  • Close Normal Moves (st.)
Name
Command
Base Damage
Random damage table
Stun
Stun Timer
Startup
Active
Recov.
Adv On Hit/Block
Notes
Close Light Punch
Lp.png
6
-
4
40
3
9
5
+2/0
Specialcancel.png
Close Medium Punch
Mp.png
10
-
8
60
3
9
5
+6/+4
Specialcancel.png
Close Hard Punch
Hp.png
16,16
-
14
80
6
11
17
-1/-3
Close Light Kick
Lk.png
6
-
4
40
4
8
5
+2
Specialcancel.png
Close Medium Kick
Mk.png
10
-
8
60
4
8
5
+7
Close Hard Kick
Hk.png
16
-
14
80
9
8
8
+9/+7
  • Crouching Normal Moves (cr.)
Name
Command
Base Damage
Random damage table
Stun
Stun Timer
Startup
Active
Recov.
Adv On Hit/Block
Notes
Crouching Light Punch
D.png + Lp.png
6
-
4
40
9
6
9
-1
Crouching Medium Punch
D.png + Mp.png
10
-
8
60
9
6
9
+5/+4
Crouching Hard Punch
D.png + Hp.png
14
-
14
80
12
6
19*
-1/-2
Crouching Light Kick
D.png + Lk.png
8
-
4
40
3
14
5
-1/+1
Low.png
Crouching Medium Kick
D.png + Mk.png
12
-
8
60
9
16
5
+3/+2
Low.png
Crouching Hard Kick
D.png + Hk.png
16
-
8
130
9
18
21
KD/-27
Low.png Knockdown.png
  • Close Crouching Normal Moves (clcr.)
Name
Command
Base Damage
Random damage table
Stun
Stun Timer
Startup
Active
Recov.
Adv On Hit/Block
Notes
Cl.Crouching Light Punch
D.png + Lp.png
8
-
4
40
3
4
5
+6/+7
Specialcancel.png
Cl.Crouching Medium Punch
D.png + Mp.png
12
-
8
50
4
5
7
+8/+7
Specialcancel.png
Cl.Crouching Medium Kick
D.png + Mk.png
12
-
8
50
1
8
5
+8/+5
Specialcancel.png Low.png
  • Jumping and Diagonal Normal Jumping Moves (nj.)
Name
Command
Base Damage
Random damage table
Stun
Stun Timer
Startup
Active
Recov.
Adv On Hit/Block
Notes
Neutral Jump Light Punch
U.png + Lp.png
8
-
4
40
7
16
40
-
High.png
Neutral Jump Medium Punch
U.png + Mp.png
12
-
8
50
7
10
46
-
High.png
Neutral Jump Hard Punch
U.png + Hp.png
16
-
14
60
7
4
52
-
High.png
Neutral Jump Light Kick
U.png + Lk.png
8
-
4
40
10
18
35
-
High.png
Neutral Jump Medium Kick
U.png + Mk.png
12
-
8
50
10
12
41
-
High.png
Neutral Jump Hard Kick
U.png + Hk.png
16
-
14
60
10
6
47
-
High.png

Unique Moves

Name
Command
Base Damage
Random damage table
Stun
Stun Timer
Startup
Active
Recov.
Adv On Hit/Block
Notes
Yoga Mummy
D.png + Hp.png
12
-
14
80
5
-
-
-
Aironly.png
Yoga Drill
D.png + Hk.png
12
-
14
80
5
-
-
-
Aironly.png

Throws

Name
Command
Base Damage
Random damage table
Stun
Stun Timer
Startup
Active
Recov.
Adv On Hit/Block
Notes
Yoga Smash
close B.png / F.png + Mp.png
32
-
10
99
-
-
-
-
Grab.png
Yoga Throw
close B.png / F.png + Hp.png
20 + (4*n)
-
4
40
-
-
-
-
Throw.png

Special Moves

Name
Command
Base Damage
Random damage table
Stun
Stun Timer
Startup
Active
Recov.
Adv On Hit/Block
Notes
Yoga Fire
Qcf.png + Lp.png
12
 ?
16
120
13
 ?
39
 ?
Yoga Fire
Qcf.png + Mp.png
14
 ?
16
120
13
 ?
39
 ?
Yoga Fire
Qcf.png + Hp.png
16
 ?
16
120
13
 ?
39
 ?
Yoga Flame
Hcf.png + Lp.png
28
 ?
16
120
24
 ?
51
 ?
Yoga Flame
Hcf.png + Mp.png
28
 ?
16
120
24
 ?
67
 ?
Yoga Flame
Hcf.png + Hp.png
28
 ?
16
120
24
 ?
83
 ?
Yoga Teleport
Dp.png / Rdp.png + 3p.png / 3k.png
 ?
 ?
-
-
3
 ?
13/14/15 + 6
 ?

The Basics

Dhalsim is NOT an easy character to learn. Unlike later games, you have no direct control over which version of his normal moves are used, only the proximity of the opponent determines whether you get the close or far versions. This makes timing and positioning, along with an innate understanding of his entire moveset, even more crucial than is usually the case for Dhalsim. In general, you must outplay your opponent and make considerably fewer mistakes in order to win.

His main goal against most characters is to keep the opponent away, and hit them with long range attacks when vulnerable. Using fireballs to force the opponent to jump, and then hitting them out of the air with moves such as s.MK are very basic but strong techniques.

His slide moves will travel under fireballs (except Sagat's low tiger shot), and can be used as a punish. HK slide has considerable range.

Unfortunately, his damage output is very low, and any mistakes are very hard to come back from. Once the opponent is up close, Dhalsim has very little to fall back on to generate the much needed space.


Advanced Strategy

Anti-airs:

  • cl.LP
  • slides (depending on distance)


His best anti-airs are slides (don't do this on anyone with a splash-type move, though) and close stand jab (Sim's only hope on a jumpy Sagat). You want to poke from a distance with low punches, tick with forward slides, and go for an occasional yoga fire to force them to leave the ground.
Use drills to evade fireballs and the torpedo for air-to-air battles (and NOTHING else). As for the teleport, there's only one time to use it - when you're getting trapped by fireballs. Teleport then gauge whether you are at risk for a DP, and go for the noogie.
--Dasrik


Yeah, most of the time slides are the better choice. However, it depends on the spacing. Sometimes you'll be in a spot where they're jumping in where you're slide may take you too far under them, so that they don't land on it. You can still use the slide here and go for a throw, but you might eat a DP instead. This is usually when i use st.Jab instead of the slide. Also, I think st.Jab only works well if they're almost on top of you anyway. If you try it from further out, I think you'll get hit.
--SweetJohnnyV


A top UK ST player had noted to me that Sim does so well against Shotos because his old HK slide has way bigger range in HF. I don't have the numbers on this (RC?), but just look at how far out Sim is countering Ryu's FB, and on reaction too, he just can't throw anything once it gets near half screen. Light DP doesnt pay off in terms of risk reward against Sim's poking game esp as Sim has s.MK, again see matches. c.LK (which I asume you got off the Tomo vid) is useful in certain situations, but far from a real match defining technique.
HF Sim still has all the classic Sim sickness that makes him great, insane pokes, ticks, counters etc.. just with reduced damage. The matchups play mostly (not Blanka etc..) the same [as in ST], but just take a little more time and patience to play out.
--Crayfish


Match Videos

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwltd6enlmM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wh8DlzfMRvQ

Pay careful attention to Mike Watson's general spacing, use of normals as antiairs, tick setups and corner chip patterns.


Combos

-c.MKx2

-c.MK,Y. Fire

Match-ups

Vs. Balrog (boxer):

Fairly even. Boxer hits hard, but you can pretty much zone him out most of the time. Even if he TAPs through your fire, as long as he's aways away when he does it, you can throw out another move to catch him as he comes through it. --SweetJohnnyV


Vs. Blanka:

Blanka has a lot of high priority jump-ins that are hard to anti-air. You can annoy him in the corner with drills, but that's only if you get him in the corner. If he gets you in the corner, his up-ball tricks are really tough to get out of without taking some decent damage. --SweetJohnnyV


Vs. Chun-Li:

Chun pretty much wrecks Sim. Her attacks are really high priority, and she seems to get the priority on throws a lot, for some weird reason. Also, lightning legs and spinning bird kick hurt a LOT of you screw up against them. --SweetJohnnyV


Vs. Dhalsim (self):

A perfect Dhalsim use his normals wisely and Teleports at the dangerous moment.

Vs. E. Honda:

In theory, you've got the moves to keep Honda out. But, a rushdown Honda can really give you trouble. His moves are high-priority and half the time you try to counter him from closer up, it allows him to grab you from further away then normal. The big problem is that you have to counter him correctly a lot, since you do so little damage, wheras it only takes one or two screwups for him to obliterate you. --SweetJohnnyV


Vs. Guile:

You can punch/slide under his sonic booms, you can zone him pretty well, and you can AA his jump-ins pretty easily. You have to play this match kind of defensively though. If you try to rush him down, Guile's straight up jump HP stuffs you hard. --SweetJohnnyV


Vs. Ken:

Since Ken's hurricane kick doesn't knock down it means you can zone him a LOT better than Ryu. You can spam yoga fires all day long, because even if he goes through your yoga fires with a hurricane kick, you usually have a chance to do something even if you get hit. Kens also like to spam LP dragon punch, which is easy to punish. The only thing you really gotta watch out for is letting him get on top of you and mixing up simple dizzy combos with tick-throws. --SweetJohnnyV


Vs. M. Bison (dictator):

If you can get him in the corner, you can really give Dictator trouble with ticks like: meaty Flame, c.LK slide, HP throw > repeat.. Out in the open go for MP throw (noogie), c.MK slide > repeat
Dictator will go for headstomp against your fireballs, if you fake him out and anticipate one early, jump HK will hit him clean. If Dictator is already in the air, do a c.LK slide at the last moment, Dictator will land next to you an you can begin a throw pattern.
Slides will also beat his regular jump ins. Go for the c.MK one, as you can start throw patterns off it, and mix up with combos like c.MK slide, c.MK, FB..
Keep pressure on him with Spears. Triangle jump sharply off the ground so that your feet hit his feet (this must be blocked low), this gives him no chance to throw/sac throw. In HF your Spears can beat the Psycho Crusher, but only from above. If it hits you side on he wins, if you hit the front of it, you trade for MUCH less damage. Be careful hitting the PC from above, although it will beat him clean, certain timings will give Dictator the 'frame advantage' to land first and throw you.
If you anticipate a psycho crusher before it gets going, you can snuff it with s.MK. this is handy because it really messes with Dictator's flow and gives you momentary initiative.
Keep him pinned down and try to stuff his offensive action before it gets going. If he gets out in the open he can give you a lot of trouble.
--SweetJohnnyV


Vs. Ryu:

If you play really carefully, you can do OK, but Ryu's hurricane kick is tough stuff, his cr.LK beats a lot of your stuff, and random jab DP's can give your pokes problems. --SweetJohnnyV


Vs. Sagat:

Sagat hits hard! But unlike Ryu, he doesn't have anything other than his uppercut that really gives you major problems. You can maneuver around his fireballs and you can beat his jump-ins with your slide. --SweetJohnnyV


Vs. Vega (claw):

A great poking match,your Teleport is useful to evade Barcelona,anyway your projectiles isn't useful.

Vs. Zangief:

Now you must care about his Quick Lariat,use your Teleport wisely and poke him after.

Hitboxes

Standing Normals

  • Standing LP:
Damage 6 Sf2hf-dhalsim-lp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lp-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lp-s2.png
Stun 1~7
Stun Timer 40
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +4
Frame Count 2 3 6 5
Simplified 5+1 6 4
  • Standing MP:
Damage 10 Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-s1.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 60
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage 0
Frame Count 3 4 4 6 4 4 1
Simplified 1+7 10 9
  • Standing HP:
Damage 16 Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hp-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hp-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hp-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hp-r2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mp-s2.png
Stun 11~17
Stun Timer 80
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage -2
Frame Count 3 4 4 6 10 8 1
Simplified 1+7 10 19
  • Standing LK:
Damage 8 Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s1.png
Stun 1~7
Stun Timer 40
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage -3
Frame Count 2 3 8 4 4 1
Simplified 1+5 8 9
  • Standing MK:
Damage 10 Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-mk-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s1.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 60
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +4
Frame Count 2 3 8 4 5
Simplified 1+5 8 9
  • Standing HK:
Damage 14 Sf2hf-dhalsim-hk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hk-s3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hk-s4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hk-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hk-r2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-hk-r3.png
Stun 11~17
Stun Timer 80
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage -2
Frame Count 1 2 3 4 6 10 8 1
Simplified 1+10 6 19

Close Standing Normals

  • Close Standing LP:
Damage 6 Sf2hf-dhalsim-cllp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-cllp-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-cllp-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-cllp-r1.png
Stun 1~7
Stun Timer 40
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +2
Frame Count 2 3 6 5
Simplified 1+2 9 5
  • Close Standing MP:
Damage 10 Sf2hf-dhalsim-clmp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clmp-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clmp-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clmp-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clmp-s1.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 60
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel Yes
Frame Advantage +6
Frame Count 2 3 6 4 1
Simplified 1+2 9 5
  • Close Standing HP:
Damage 16,16 Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhp-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhp-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhp-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhp-s2.png
Stun 11~17
Stun Timer 80
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage -1
Frame Count 2 3 3 8 10 7
Simplified 1+5 11 17
  • Close Standing LK:
Damage 6 Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-cllk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s1.png
Stun 1~7
Stun Timer 40
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +2
Frame Count 3 8 5
  • Close Standing MK:
Damage 10 Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clmk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-lk-s1.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 60
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +7
Frame Count 3 8 5


  • Close Standing HK:
Damage 16 Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhk-s3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhk-s3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clhk-s1.png
Stun 11~17
Stun Timer 80
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +9
Frame Count 3 3 2 8 3 4 1
Simplified 1+8 8 8

Crouching Normals

  • Crouching LP:
Damage 6 Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-r.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-r.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-s2.png
Stun 1~7
Stun Timer 40
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage -1
Frame Count 2 3 3 6 4 5
Simplified 1+8 6 9
  • Crouching MP:
Damage 10 Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-r.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crmp-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-r.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-s2.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 60
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +5
Frame Count 2 3 3 6 4 5
Simplified 1+8 6 9
  • Crouching HP:
Damage 14 Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-r.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crhp-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-r.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlp-s2.png
Stun 11~17
Stun Timer 80
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage -1
Frame Count 3 4 4 6 10 9
Simplified 1+11 6 19


  • Crouching LK:
Damage 8 Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-s2.png
Stun 1~7
Stun Timer 40
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage -1
Frame Count 1 1 14 5
Simplified 1+2 14 5
  • Crouching MK:
Damage 12 Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crmk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-s2.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 60
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +3
Frame Count 3 4 16 5
Simplified 1+7 16 5
  • Crouching HK:
Damage 16 Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crhk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crlk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crhk-r1.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 130
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage -27
Frame Count 3 4 18 20 1
Simplified 1+7 18 21

Close Crouching Normals

  • Close Crouching LP:
Damage 8 Sf2hf-dhalsim-clcrmp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clcrlp-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clcrmp-s1.png
Stun 1~7
Stun Timer 40
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +6
Frame Count 2 4 5


  • Close Crouching MP:
Damage 12 Sf2hf-dhalsim-clcrmp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clcrmp-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clcrmp-s1.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 60
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel No
Frame Advantage +8
Frame Count 3 5 7
  • Close Crouching MK:
Damage 12 Sf2hf-dhalsim-crhk-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-clcrmk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-crhk-r1.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 60
Chain Cancel No
Special Cancel Yes
Frame Advantage +8
Frame Count 1 8 5

Aerial Normals

  • Neutral/Diagonal Jumping LP:
Damage 8 Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-s1.png
Stun 1~7
Stun Timer 40
Frame Count 3 4 16  ?
Simplified 7 16
  • Neutral/Diagonal Jumping MP:
Damage 12 Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njmp-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-s1.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 50
Frame Count 3 4 10  ?
Simplified 7 10
  • Neutral/Diagonal Jumping HP:
Damage 16 Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njhp-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlp-s1.png
Stun 11~17
Stun Timer 60
Frame Count 3 4 4  ?
Simplified 7 4
  • Neutral/Diagonal Jumping LK:
Damage 8 Sf2hf-dhalsim-jk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-jk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njlk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-jk-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-jk-s1.png
Stun 1~7
Stun Timer 40
Frame Count 4 6 18 4
Simplified 10 18
  • Neutral/Diagonal Jumping MK:
Damage 12 Sf2hf-dhalsim-jk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-jk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njmk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-jk-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-jk-s1.png
Stun 5~11
Stun Timer 50
Frame Count 4 6 12 4
Simplified 10 12
  • Neutral/Diagonal Jumping HK:
Damage 16 Sf2hf-dhalsim-njhk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njhk-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njhk-s3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njhk-s4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njhk-a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njhk-r1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njhk-r2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-njhk-r3.png
Stun 11~17
Stun Timer 60
Frame Count 1 2 3 4 6 4 3
Simplified 10 6

Unique Moves

  • Yoga Drill: (On air, ↓ + HK)
Damage 12 Sf2hf-dhalsim-dhk-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-dhk-a1.png
Stun 11~17
Stun Timer 80
Frame Count 5
Simplified 4


  • Yoga Mummy: (On air, ↓ + HP)
Damage 12 Sf2hf-dhalsim-dhp-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-dhp-a1.png
Stun 11~17
Stun Timer 80
Frame Count 5
Simplified 4

Throws

  • Yoga Smash: (←/→ + MP) and
  • Yoga Throw: (←/→ + HP)
Throw Hold Sf2hf-dhalsim-throw.png
Damage 30 Damage 20+(4*n)
Duration - Duration 300
Stun 7~13 Stun -
Stun Timer 100 Stun Timer -
Range (from axis) 64 Range (from axis) 64
Range advantage 29 Range advantage 29

Special Moves

  • Yoga Fire: ↓↘→ + Punch

Start up:

Sf2hf-dhalsim-fire-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-fire-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-fire-s3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-fire-s4.png
2 2 7 1


LP version:

Damage 12 Sf2hf-dhalsim-firelp-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firelp-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firelp-a3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firelp-a4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firelp-a5.png
Stun 13~19
Stun Timer 120
Frame Advantage -
Frame Count 1 1 3 6 9...

MP version:

Damage 14 Sf2hf-dhalsim-firemp-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firemp-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firemp-a3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firemp-a4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firemp-a5.png
Stun 13~19
Stun Timer 120
Frame Advantage -
Frame Count 1 1 3 6 9...

HP version :

Damage 16 Sf2hf-dhalsim-firehp-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firehp-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firehp-a3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firehp-a4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-firehp-a5.png
Stun 13~19
Stun Timer 120
Frame Advantage -
Frame Count 1 1 3 6 9...


  • Yoga Flame: ←↙↓↘→ + Punch


Start up:

Damage 32 Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s5.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s6.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s6a.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s7.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s8.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s9.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s10.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-sflame-s11.png
Stun 13~19
Stun Timer 120
Frame Advantage -
Jab 2 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 3 1
Strong 2 2 3 2 3 1 1 1 2 1 3 1
Fierce 2 2 4 2 4 1 1 1 2 1 3 1

Precycle:

Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-5.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-6.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-5.png
Frame Count 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1


Cycle:

Sf2hf-dhalsim-flame-1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-5.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-flame-2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-5.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-flame-3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-5.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-flame-1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-pflame-5.png
Frame Count 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1

Jab: 1 time
Strong: 2 times
Fierce: 3 times

Recovery:

Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a5.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a6.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-rflame-a1.png
Jab 0 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 1 2
Strong 0 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 1 2
Fierce 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 1 2
  • Yoga Teleport: →↓↘ + 3 Punches or 3 Kick

Start up:

Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a5.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a6.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a7.png
Frame Count 2 3 3 3 3 12 12

Recovery:

Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a7.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a6.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a5.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a4.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-a3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-teleport-r1.png
Frame Count 8 9 3 3 3 3

Misc Animations

Walk back Neutral Walk Fwd Crouch
Sf2hf-dhalsim-bwd.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-cllp-n.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-fwd.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-cr-n.png
  • Standing reel:
Sf2hf-dhalsim-reel1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-reel2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-reel3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-reel4.png
  • Standing gut reel:
Sf2hf-dhalsim-gutreel1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-gutreel2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-gutreel3.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-gutreel4.png
  • Crouching reel:
Sf2hf-dhalsim-creel1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-creel2.png
  • Dizzy:
Sf2hf-dhalsim-dizzy1.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-dizzy2.png Sf2hf-dhalsim-dizzy3.png