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Dhalsim

SSFIV-Dhalsim Face.jpg

Although greatly opposed to violence and its antithetical nature to his yoga practices, Dhalsim has become one of the most powerful warriors on the Street Fighter circuit thanks to his intense training, meditation, and practice with the yoga arts. Originally, he entered Street Fighting as a means to financially save his village from an epidemic but, after discovering the corruption and evils behind the workings of the circuit, Dhalsim has vowed to purge the world of these evils and continues to fight as a means to that end.


In a nutshell

The epitome of the keep-away character. As always, Dhalsim is designed to consistently punish and anger his opponents, then use their frustration to lead them into a fatal mistake that costs them the round. To that end, he utilizes the immensely long range of his limbs to control his opponent's movements and keep them locked in the corner. With his Yoga Fire and extremely slow jump, Dhalsim can also fake out his opponents with a sudden Yoga Teleport that can potentially lead into a shocking mixup. The price of this strategy is that Dhalsim is forever cursed with one of the slowest movement speeds of any character, as well as one of the lowest stamina amounts in the game. One must have a very calculating mindset and quick reflexes when playing Dhalsim, and always remember that you can keep the opponent out for 90 seconds, only for them to suddenly get in and win in 9. Such is the life of Dhalsim players.


Ultra SFIV Changes

(From Ultra SFIV Arcade Japan)

  • Stand MP: startup reduced to 9 frames from 10 frames; Hit Stun and Block Stun reduced by 1 frame
  • Stand MK: Changed to two hits; total damage increased to 70 total (40 + 30) from 60; stun damage total remains same at 100, but redistributed to 50 + 50
  • Back + MK: Pushback on hit and block reduced
  • Stand HP: Damage increased to 80 from 75; on hit is now +1 from 0
  • Back + HK: Damage increased to 100 from 90
  • Yoga Blast: Light version Hurtbox reduced
  • Yoga Blast: Medium version startup reduced to 14 frames from 15 frames
  • EX Yoga Flame: Damage increased to 70 + 70 from 50 + 70; Hitbox slightly expanded horizontally
  • EX Yoga Blast: Damage increased to 90 + 60 from 90 + 50; Hitbox slightly expanded forward
  • Yoga Shangri-La (UC2): Grab range slightly increased; input changed to QCF QCF + KKK in air from QCF QCF + PPP in air

(New to Ultra SFIV Console Digital Release)

  • Back + HP: Startup reduced to 5 frames from 7 frames
  • EX Yoga Flame: Damage decreased to 50+50 from 50+70; recovery reduced to 13 frames from 16 frames
  • EX Yoga Flame: Hitbox slightly expanded horizontally; on hit now allows for a Free Juggle
  • Yoga Catastrophe (UC1): can now be activated even when Yoga Fire remains on-screen

(Removed from Ultra SFIV Arcade Japan)

  • Back + LK: Damage increased to 40 from 30
  • Stand MK: Changed to two hits; total damage increased to 70 total (40 + 30) from 60; stun damage total remains same at 100, but redistributed to 50 + 50
  • EX Yoga Blast: On hit now causes Soft Knockdown instead of Hard Knockdown


Character Specific Data

Dhalsim

VITALS
Health: 900 Stun: 900 W-Ultra Scaling: 60%
WALKING DASHING
Forward Walk Speed: 0.025 Forward Dash Distance: 1.80
Back Walk Speed: 0.02 Forward Dash Total Frames: 32
JUMPING Back Dash Distance: 1.43
Jump Height Apex: 2.21 Back Dash Total Frames: 29
Jump Total Frames: 59 (3+56) Back Dash Invincibility: 8
Forward Jump Distance: 2.20 Back Dash Airborne: 10
Back Jump Distance 2.20 Back Dash Recovery: 11
THROWS WAKE-UP TIMING
Forward Throw Range: 1.01 Face Up Total Frames: 31
Back Throw Range: 1.01 Face Down Total Frames: 22
NOTABLE MOVE CLASSES
High Attacks: Back LP Hard Knockdowns: Crouch HK, Down/Back HK, Yoga Blast, EX Yoga Blast
Low Attacks: Crouch LP, Crouch MP, Crouch HP, Crouch LK, Crouch MK, Crouch HK, Down/Back LK, Down/Back MK, Down/Back HK Armor Breakers: Yoga Flame
FOCUS ATTACK DATA
Level 1 Focus Startup Frames: 20 L1 EX Red Focus Attack Combo Lead-Ins: Back HP (1st Hit), LP/EX Yoga Fire
Level 2 Focus Startup Frames: 28
Level 3 Focus Startup Frames: 58
L1 Focus Attack Forward Dash: -16 L2 FA Forward Dash (On Block): -10
L1 Focus Attack Back Dash: -13 L2 FA Back Dash (On Block): -7


Frame Data (At A Glance)

More detailed Frame Data Table at bottom of page.

Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Adv On
Guard
Adv
On Hit
Stand LP Stand Jab.gif 30 50 20 HL sp/su 4 4 9 -2 2
Stand MP Stand Strong.gif 60 80 40 HL - 9 3 14 -4 -1
Stand HP Stand Fierce.gif 80 140 60 HL - 10 6 16 -4 1
Stand LK Stand Short.gif 30 50 20 HL - 7 4 8 -1 2
Stand MK Stand Forward.gif 60 100 40 HL - 9 3 14 -3 0
Stand HK Stand Roundhouse.gif 90 160 60 HL - 13 4 16 -2 2
Back LP Back Jab.gif 50 50 20 H - 14 2(1)2 11 -2 1
Back MP Back Strong.gif 70 100 40 HL sp/su 6 6 11 -3 0
Back HP Back Fierce.gif 60*50 100*100 60*20 HL sp/su*- 5 3*3 17 -2 2
Back LK Back Short.gif 30 50 20 HL sp/su 3 4 7 0 3
Back MK Back Forward.gif 65 100 40 HL sp/su 5 4 12 -2 1
Back HK Back Roundhouse.gif 100 200 60 HL - 6 5 15 -2 2
Crouch LP Crouch Jab.gif 25 25 20 L - 9 4 11 -4 -1
Crouch MP Crouch Strong.gif 60 60 40 L - 12 3 16 -5 -2
Crouch HP Crouch Fierce.gif 80 100 60 L - 14 3 21 -6 -2
Crouch LK Crouch Short.gif 30 50 20 L sp/su 3 8 12 -9 -6
Crouch MK Crouch Forward.gif 60 100 40 L - 6 11 11 -8 -5
Crouch HK Crouch Roundhouse.gif 100 200 60 L - 10 12 24 -18 -
Down/Back LP Down/Back Jab.gif 30 50 20 HL sp/su 4 3 8 0 3
Down/Back MP Down/Back Strong.gif 60 100 40 HL sp/su 5 5 6 3 6
Down/Back HP Down/Back Fierce.gif 85 150 60 HL - 7 5 10 3 7
Down/Back LK Down/Back Short.gif 30 50 20 L sp/su 5 6 7 -2 1
Down/Back MK Down/Back Forward.gif 60 100 40 L sp/su 6 5 11 -2 1
Down/Back HK Down/Back Roundhouse.gif 100 200 60 L - 12 3 20 -5 -
Yoga Tower Yoga Tower - - - - See notes - - Total 120 - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Adv On
Guard
Adv
On Hit
Jump LP Jump Jab.gif 40 25 20 H - 7 9 - - -
Jump MP Jump Strong.gif 70 140 40 H - 8 4 - - -
Jump HP Jump Fierce.gif 80 140 60 H - 9 4 - - -
Jump LK Jump Short.gif 40 25 20 H - 10 5 - - -
Jump MK Jump Forward.gif 70 120 40 H - 12 3 - - -
Jump HK Jump Roundhouse.gif 90 160 60 H - 10 6 - - -
Jump Back LP Jump Back Jab.gif 20 25 20 H - 6 7 - - -
Jump Back MP Jump Back Strong.gif 80 50 40 H - 6 8 - - -
Jump Back HP Jump Back Fierce.gif 100 100 60 H - 6 6 - - -
Jump Back LK Jump Back Short.gif 40 25 20 H - 6 9 - - -
Jump Back MK Jump Back Forward.gif 80 50 40 H - 8 7 - - -
Jump Back HK Jump Back Roundhouse.gif 100 150 60 H - 7 6 - - -
Yoga Spear Yoga Spear 70 50 40 HL - 12 Until ground After landing 6 - -
Yoga Mummy Yoga Mummy 90 100 60 HL - 13 Until ground After landing 6 - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Adv On
Guard
Adv
On Hit
Focus Attack (Level 1) Level 1 Focus 50 100 20 HL - 10+10 3 34 -21 -21
Focus Attack (Level 2) Level 2 Focus 70 150 40 HL - 18+10 3 34 -15 -
Focus Attack (Level 3) Level 3 Focus 100 200 60 - - 58 2 28 - -
Red Focus Attack (Level 1) Level 1 Red Focus 90 100 20 HL - 10+10 3 34 -21 -21
Red Focus Attack (Level 2) Level 2 Red Focus 120 150 40 HL - 18+10 3 34 -15 -
Red Focus Attack (Level 3) Level 3 Red Focus 210 200 60 - - 58 2 28 - -
EX Red Focus Attack (Level 1) Level 1 EX Red Focus 90 100 20 HL - 10+10 3 34 -15 -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Adv On
Guard
Adv
On Hit
Yoga Smash Forward Throw 120 80 40 1.015 - 3 2 20 - -
Yoga Throw Back Throw 120 80 40 1.015 - 3 2 20 - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Adv On
Guard
Adv
On Hit
Yoga Fire Yoga Fire Jab.gif 50 50 20/20 HL su 14 95 35 -8 -4
Yoga Fire Strong.gif 70 100 20/20 HL su 14 57 35 -8 -
Yoga Fire Fierce.gif 80 100 20/20 HL su 14 43 35 -8 -
EX Yoga Fire Yoga Fire EX.gif 50*50 50*50 -250/0 HL su 14 - 29 1 4
Yoga Flame Yoga Flame Jab.gif 110 100 30/30 HL su 15 23 22 -6 -
Yoga Flame Strong.gif 140 100 30/30 HL su 17 27 16 -1 -
Yoga Flame Fierce.gif 170 100 30/30 HL su 34 32 13 2 -
EX Yoga Flame Yoga Flame EX.gif 50*50 100*100 -250/0 HL su 14 32 13 2 -
Yoga Blast Yoga Blast Short.gif 130 100 30/40 - su 11 20 45 - -
Yoga Blast Forward.gif 150 100 30/40 - su 14 20 36 - -
Yoga Blast Roundhouse.gif 180 100 30/40 - su 30 20 22 - -
EX Yoga Blast Yoga Blast EX.gif 90*60 100*100 -250/0 - su 5 17 30 - -
Yoga Teleport Yoga Teleport - - - - - - - Total 48 - -
Air Yoga Teleport Air Yoga Teleport - - - - - - - Total 30 - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Adv On
Guard
Adv
On Hit
Yoga Inferno Super Combo Jab.gif 75x2*60x3 0 -1000/0 HL - 1+3 14 21 -5 -
Super Combo Strong.gif 75x2*60x3 0 -1000/0 HL - 1+3 23 21 -9 -
Super Combo Fierce.gif 75x2*60x3 0 -1000/0 HL - 1+3 47 21 -17 -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Adv On
Guard
Adv
On Hit
Yoga Catastrophe Ultra Combo 1 60x5 0 0/0 HL - 0+12 142 13 44 -
Yoga Shangri-La Ultra Combo 2 450 0 0/0 1.75~2.89 - 0+5 7 After landing 9 - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Adv On
Guard
Adv
On Hit

Moves

Standing Long-Ranged Normals

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Stand LP

Far Jab Lp.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim thrusts his arm straight out for a knifehand strike. The main use of this move is it's long reach and the lack of a hitbox on the arm, making it suitable for reaching into an enemy's hurtbox to poke them.

File:Example.png

Stand MP

Far Strong Mp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A long range punch with a very fast speed and respectable damage. It reaches nearly as far as standing Heavy Punch and is great for interrupting people.

File:Example.png

Stand HP

Far Fierce Hp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

One of the best normals in the game. It reaches a full three quarters of the screen and has a low profile that can slip under projectiles. Be aware that it has a large hurtbox though and can be easily punished if used too predictably.

File:Example.png

Stand LK

Far Short Lk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim extends his foot out in a long sweep that hits very low down but is still considered a mid-level attack for purposes of blocking. This move has a variety of uses for poking people at range without exposing a chest level hitbox to punish and generating good frame advantage.

File:Example.png

Stand MK

Far Forward Mk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A long range kick that hits at about head level for most characters. Like standing Medium Punch it's quick enough to interrupt a variety of things but has a little less horizontal range. On the flip side it the higher hurt box makes it a good way to stuff or discourage jumping and makes a quick anti-air that comes out a lot faster than standing Heavy Kick.

File:Example.png

Stand HK

Far Roundhouse Hk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim's roundhouse is very similar to standing Medium Kick except that it comes out about 50% slower and hits at a slightly higher angle which can cause it to easily miss many standing characters if they aren't right next to you. It is one of his most damaging normals however.

Standing Short-Ranged Normals

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Back LP

Back Jab Back Lp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

This is officially Dhalsim's overhead. The move should be avoided for the most part as it has a glacially long startup. It's worth noting however that the move has two hurt boxes, one of which can hit standing enemies and the other can hit crouching enemies. To hit a standing enemy you have to wait 14 frames and only generate +1 frame advantage on hit. To hit a crouching character you have to wait an unbearable 17 frames, but you do get +4 frame advantage on hit, which is enough to link into a variety of 3 and 4 frame moves, most notably the Light Kick slide.

File:Example.png

Back MP

Back Strong Back Mp.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A surprisingly effective upwards karate chop with a fast startup. This move does not extend a hit box into the air and so it makes a good counter to characters that make the mistake of attacking from directly over Dhalsim's head. This and back Heavy Kick cover similar but different areas above Dhalsim and it's worth the time to learn the difference between them. You can cancel this move into LP Yoga Flame if timed correctly.

File:Example.png

Back HP

Back Fierce Back Hp.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A two hit headbutt that is Dhalsim's most damaging normal move at 110 total damage. Only the first hit of this move can be canceled into special or super attacks, but it packs a surprisingly long hit stun, allowing you to cancel into MP Yoga Flame.

File:Example.png

Back LK

Back Short Back Lk.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim performs a short range shin kick that turns out to be one of his most underrated moves. As far as light moves go it does a respectable 30 damage and starts up in 3 frames, but most importantly provides a frame advantage of exactly +2 on hit. This makes it impossible to link with itself (which would a combo and be subject to damage scaling) but also completely impossible for an opponent to do anything proactive before being hit by the next one. Safely spam it to get people off of you.

File:Example.png

Back MK

Back Forward Back Mk.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim extends his leg out quite far for a flat foot kick. This move is most notable as the longest reaching special cancel-able move Dhalsim has (except for his slides) and for doing good damage. You will see many high level players use this as a go-to poke to cancel into LP Yoga Flame on hit.

File:Example.png

Back HK

Back Roundhouse Back Hk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

An upwards knee thrust with a deceptively large hurt box. Although Dhalsim does not appear to raise his knee very high this move's actual hurtbox is about the size of a beach ball and extends well above his head. This move makes for a fantastic anti-air for enemies that come in too close or who are counting on being able to stuff or trade with any long range limbs you extend.

Crouching Long-Ranged Normals

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Crouch LP

Crouch Jab D.png + Lp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

This long poking move has a slightly longer range and is slightly safer than crouch Medium Punch but the difference is miniscule and the damage is so pitiful that it's not worth it.

File:Example.png

Crouch MP

Crouch Strong D.png + Mp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

This move is extremely similar to crouch Light Punch but does more than twice as much damage and hits a little lower to the ground. The tradeoffs are it's a little slower and a little less safe but this will be your go-to long range low poke.

File:Example.png

Crouch HP

Crouch Fierce D.png + Hp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Even slower than crouch Medium Punch is crouch Heavy Punch which is visually very similar to standing Heavy Punch except Dhalsim nearly lies down on the ground to unleash it (he actually becomes quite low profile and a fast enough projectile can pass right over him before he stands up again). The range and damage are respectable and nothing in the game goes lower than this move.

File:Example.png

Crouch LK

Crouch Short D.png + Lk.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

The fastest and weakest of Dhalsim's slides is also the only one which can be canceled. Dhalsim crouches down and slides forward almost a body length across the ground. The hit stun on this move is negligible so the only proper way to use it is extremely meaty (hitting on the last few active frames) to remove the massive frame disadvantage, or to cancel it into something like Super or Teleport. The 3 frame startup and the low profile make this a very popular way to hit confirm into Super.

File:Example.png

Crouch MK

Crouch Forward D.png + Mk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim gets down on his butt and slides across the ground doing his best Dee Jay impersonation. This move is actually safer on hit and block than the LK slide, which can be furthered safened by using it in a meaty manner to reduce or totally eliminate the frame disadvantage. This move slides much farther than the LK slide and can easily pass under fireballs, giving Dhalsim an astounding edge in most fireball games as he can pass under a fireball and launch his own while the opponent cannot due to still having one on the screen.

File:Example.png

Crouch HK

Crouch Roundhouse D.png + Hk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

This slide covers the most distance of all three slides and can cross about half the screen. It is extremely unsafe on block, meaty or not so definitely do not use this unless you know you are going to get a hit. It is low profile enough to pass under most fireballs and punish the thrower. Doing so requires some prediction though because the slow startup can make it difficult to do after a fireball has already been thrown.

Crouching Short-Ranged Normals

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Down/Back LP

Down/Back Jab Down/Back Lp.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A quick close fisted punch that comes out reasonably quickly and does acceptable damage. Standing back Light Kick is generally better.

File:Example.png

Down/Back MP

Down/Back Strong Down/Back Mp.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim thrusts his arm forward to jab with his fingertips much like standing Light Punch but this time the range is much longer, it deals significantly more damage, and generates a lot of frame advantage. It's one of the few moves Dhalsim can use to combo with itself and provides an easy way to confirm in to LP Yoga Flame.

File:Example.png

Down/Back HP

Down/Back Fierce Down/Back Hp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A closed fist punch that reaches a little shorter than crouch back Medium Punch. The slower startup, shorter reach, and lack of cancelability make this less appealing as a poking tool than crouch back Medium Punch but whenever you find an opening and think "I will do two medium punches and cancel the second into yoga flame" replace the first one with this for an easier link and more damage.

File:Example.png

Down/Back LK

Down/Back Short Down/Back Lk.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim sticks his foot a little bit out to receive an incoming enemy. This move's primary value is in the fact that it does not extend a hit box, making it similar in use to standing Light Punch but suitable for stuffing low profile moves of all sorts.

File:Example.png

Down/Back MK

Down/Back Forward Down/Back Mk.png Speccancel.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A sideways short range kick that reaches out farther than crouch back Light Kick. You can perform a half-circle back motion and press the medium kick button at the down-back position to extend this and then light punch as the stick rises to full back to easily perform a yoga flame combo.

File:Example.png

Down/Back HK

Down/Back Roundhouse Down/Back Hk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A leg sweep that is more similar to the sweeps that the rest of the cast have as opposed to his normal crouching Heavy Kick. If you decide to sweep at close range use this instead of the sliding one.

Jumping Long-Ranged Normals

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Jump LP

Jump Jab Jump Lp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A quick long range punch that goes almost straight down. Despite its appearance this move cannot cross up. It's hit stun and damage are so small that this move has extremely few practical applications.

File:Example.png

Jump MP

Jump Strong Jump Mp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A quick long range punch that goes straight forward. Many opponents will come to expect only jumping Heavy Punches out of you and may jump to try and avoid them or air-to-air you. Make them respect your air superiority with this move.

File:Example.png

Jump HP

Jump Fierce Jump Hp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim shoots his fists down much like standing Heavy Punch at a 45 degree angle dealing good damage at a terrific range. This is one of the best normal moves in the game and if performed low enough to the ground has enough hit stun to let you perform a combo. A high risk high reward use of this move is to perform it immediately as you jump to obtain an instant and damaging overhead at a significant range.

File:Example.png

Jump LK

Jump Short Jump Lk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A long range kick that has an angle just a little lower than jumping Medium Punch but the same horizontal range. When jumping Medium Kick just won't reach this is the move to use.

File:Example.png

Jump MK

Jump Forward Jump Mk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

This kick comes out in an angle lower than jumping Light Kick but higher than jumping Heavy Punch. The hit box it extends is also smaller than jumping Heavy Punch but not by a lot.

File:Example.png

Jump HK

Jump Roundhouse Jump Hk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim kicks his leg out slightly upwards. It deals good stun and good damage and may make a more surprising landing move than jumping Heavy Punch.

Jumping Short-Ranged Normals

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Jump Back LP

Jump Back Jab Jump Back Lp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A downwards punch that doesn't even have the decency to be long range or deal good damage. Absolutely useless.

File:Example.png

Jump Back MP

Jump Back Strong Jump Back Mp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A forwards punch without the range of regular jumping Medium Punch. Skip this.

File:Example.png

Jump Back HP

Jump Back Fierce Jump Back Hp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim unleashes a headbutt similar to his back Heavy Punch. When teleporting directly behind someone this is the go-to move to land with.

File:Example.png

Jump Back LK

Jump Back Short Jump Back Lk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

This move can cross up. Aside from surprise WTF factor at being crossed up by Dhalsim this move has little use.

File:Example.png

Jump Back MK

Jump Back Forward Jump Back Mk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

A lateral short range kick with little purpose.

File:Example.png

Jump Back HK

Jump Back Roundhouse Jump Back Hk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim performs a kick similar in angle to jumping Heavy Kick but without the range. Not particularly useful.

Unique Attacks

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Yoga Tower

Yoga Tower D.png + 3p.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim stretches out his legs and wraps up his body so that everything from head height down is just legs, and fully invincible, for nearly a full second. His head is still vulnerable though. This move can be used to dodge fireballs, throws, and predictable mid-level strikes and can make for a good wake-up game against many characters who lack a good response move. Some people may think you are taunting them as well.

File:Example.png

Yoga Mummy

Headroll (in air) D.png + Hp.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

This move has a very high juggle potential which makes it suitable as a combo extender after Ultra 1.

File:Example.png

Yoga Spear

Drill (in air) D.png + K.png Use Lk.png for nearly horizontal attack, Mk.png for a 45 degree angle attack, and Hk.png for a nearly vertical attack

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

These dive kicks are used mainly for movement and positioning. You can hop over a fireball and use the HK drill to reground yourself quickly, or a common escape tactic in corners is to jump and then use the LK drill to make an escape. The drills can also be used for poking though be wary they are highly punishable. Any drill used this way should be aimed at the opponent's feet, otherwise they will recover from hit stun long before you hit the ground.

Focus Attacks

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png Focus Attack (Level 1) Level 1 Focus Mp.png + Mk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

It is very ill-advised to use the level 1 version of this move. Both of Dhalsim's dashes are extremely slow so canceling the recovery of this move will not be safe even if you hit. If you must dash, backdash, otherwise wait for level 2.

File:Example.png Focus Attack (Level 2) Level 2 Focus Mp.png + Mk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

The crumple afforded by level 2 can be easily exploited. A simple finisher to the combo is HP Yoga Flame if they are close enough or standing Heavy Punch if they are farther away. Performing a combo may not yield as much damage as a simple HP Yoga Flame because of the severe damage scaling that sets in after using a focus attack.

File:Example.png Focus Attack (Level 3) Level 3 Focus Mp.png + Mk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Use the crumple like you would level 2.

Throws

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Yoga Smash

Forward Throw F.png or N.png + Lp.png + Lk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Smashes the opponent twice in the head, dropping the opponent right at your feet. You can follow this up with a Yoga Tower for wake up mind games or set up a cross up fireball trap.

File:Example.png

Yoga Throw

Back Throw B.png + Lp.png + Lk.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim throws the opponent a full screen away. This is usually the preferred throw due to how much distance it puts between you and the opponent.

Special Moves

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Yoga Fire

Yoga Fire Qcf.png + P.png Ex.png Supercancel.png Lp.png travels the full screen, Mp.png travels two thirds of the screen, Hp.png travels a meter shorter than that

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

MP and HP yoga fire travel fast enough to play fireball wars without losing ground and the knockdown they inflict on hit makes them quite fearsome. LP yoga fire travels much more slowly and though it doesn't recover quickly enough to be used like a shield as Guile does it can easily be used to catch jumping enemies or make a behind-the-back teleport safe. EX Yoga Fire inflicts tremendous knockback, even on block, and should quickly carry an opponent to the opposite side of the screen.

File:Example.png

Yoga Flame

Yoga Flame Hcb.png + P.png Ex.png Armorbreak.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim's bread and butter combo ender. All of them are meaty as all get out and good meter building tools. Most normals that you cancel will be canceled into LP Yoga Flame. Against enemies without meterless invincible reversals performing a meaty HP Yoga Flame on knockdown can lead to an excellent source of chip damage and pressure.

File:Example.png

Yoga Blast

Yoga Blast Hcb.png + K.png Ex.png Supercancel.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Unlike its ground based cousin Yoga Flame, Yoga Blast notably does not break armor (for the few armored air moves that there are). The normal versions of this move are so slow and their hurt boxes so nerfed that they are nearly useless, with HK Yoga Blast being actually incapable of hitting many characters unless activated well before they even jump. The exception to this is EX Yoga Blast which starts up at a blistering 5 frames and acts as the only version of this move worth using.

File:Example.png

Yoga Teleport

Teleport Dp.png or Rdp.png + 3p.png or 3k.png Dp.png + 3p.png will appear next to opponent in back, Dp.png + 3k.png will appear next to opponent in front, Rdp.png versions are identical and will go backwards as far as the screen allows

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Using the Instant Air Teleport (or IAT) is generally preferable to this but if you need to get away from something this move is invincible from the very first frame.

File:Example.png

Air Yoga Teleport

Air Teleport (in air) Dp.png or Rdp.png + 3p.png or 3k.png Always reappears at same height as performed; Dp.png + 3p.png next to opponent in back, Dp.png + 3k.png will appear next to opponent in front, Rdp.png versions are identical and will go backwards as far as the screen allows

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim may perform this move nearly instantly after jumping to create something known as the Instant Air Teleport (or IAT). IATs are generally the better way to teleport as they recover much more quickly than their grounded relatives. Air teleports in general can serve a variety of uses in the game, from crossing behind opponents unexpectedly to baiting out and warping away from anti-air attacks. Keep in mind that the teleport can only be performed before attacking.

Super Combo

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Yoga Inferno

Super Combo Qcf.png Qcf.png + P.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

Dhalsim breathes a cone of fire similar to Yoga Flame. This is one of the best super combos in the game due to its full startup invincibility and excellent damage. The move acts as Dhalsim's only true invincible reversal and while it can be used to punish opponents who get too aggressive on your wake up it should be used sparingly in this role as a whiff or block will lead to a big punish and a loss of all your meter. The move also has excellent juggling properties as well and can be easily comboed into after Ultra 1 for tremendous damage.

Ultra Combos

  Name Nickname Command Notes
File:Example.png

Yoga Catastrophe

Ultra Combo I Qcf.png Qcf.png + 3p.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

It might not look like it, but Yoga Catastrophe is arguably one of the best Ultra Combos in the game. It has an insanely fast recovery, makes for incredible setups that dish out huge damage, and takes a long time to dissipate. You can toss this Ultra out immediately after a hard knockdown to gain some free chip damage, or you can use it to put yourself in a better position, whether it's behind your opponent for a high-damaging mixup attempt, or back in the distance where Dhalsim belongs. Using this Ultra almost always gives you immediate control of the match for a split-second, and that split-second might be all you need for a much-needed comeback.

File:Example.png Yoga Shangri-La Ultra Combo II (in air) Qcf.png Qcf.png + 3k.png

~~ Uses and Strategies ~~

The fact that this move can only grab opponents on the ground yet gives them the whole ultra animation to hold up on the stick and start jumping makes this a very difficult ultra to land. The only reliable way to activate it is after your opponent performs a very unsafe move or whiffs an attack and you happen to be airborne and in the right position to capitalize on the mistake. Because of this extreme weakness this move is ill advised.

The Basics

Combos

Strategy

Matchups

vs. Abel

SSFIV-Abel Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Adon

SSFIV-Adon Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Akuma/Gouki

SSFIV-Akuma Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Balrog/Boxer

SSFIV-Balrog Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Blanka

SSFIV-Blanka Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. C. Viper

SSFIV-CViper Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Cammy

SSFIV-Cammy Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Chun-Li

SSFIV-ChunLi Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Cody

SSFIV-Cody Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Dan

SSFIV-Dan Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Decapre

SSFIV-Decapre Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Dee Jay

SSFIV-DeeJay Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Dhalsim (self)

SSFIV-Dhalsim Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Dudley

SSFIV-Dudley Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. E. Honda

SSFIV-EHonda Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. El Fuerte

SSFIV-ElFuerte Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Elena

SSFIV-Elena Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Evil Ryu

SSFIV-Evil Ryu Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Fei Long

SSFIV-FeiLong Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Gen

SSFIV-Gen Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Gouken

SSFIV-Gouken Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Guile

SSFIV-Guile Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Guy

SSFIV-Guy Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Hakan

SSFIV-Hakan Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Hugo

SSFIV-Hugo Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Ibuki

SSFIV-Ibuki Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Juri

SSFIV-Juri Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Ken

SSFIV-Ken Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. M.Bison/Dictator

SSFIV-MBison Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Makoto

SSFIV-Makoto Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Oni

SSFIV-Oni Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Poison

SSFIV-Poison Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Rolento

SSFIV-Rolento Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Rose

SSFIV-Rose Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Rufus

SSFIV-Rufus Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Ryu

SSFIV-Ryu Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Sagat

SSFIV-Sagat Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Sakura

SSFIV-Sakura Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Seth

SSFIV-Seth Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. T.Hawk

SSFIV-THawk Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Vega/Claw

SSFIV-Vega Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Yang

SSFIV-Yang Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Yun

SSFIV-Yun Face.jpg (No strategies)

vs. Zangief

SSFIV-Zangief Face.jpg (No strategies)

Frame Data

Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Total
Frames
Adv On
Guard
Adv On
Hit
Block
Stun
Hit
Stun
Extra
Details
Armor
Break
Proj Throw On Hit
Ground
Counter
Hit Ground
On Hit Air Counter
Hit Air
Armor Full
Invincible
Strike
Invincible
Projectile
Invincible
Throw
Invincible
Airborne Juggle
Info
Stand LP Stand Jab.gif 30 50 20 HL sp/su 4 4 9 16 -2 2 11 15 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Stand MP Stand Strong.gif 60 80 40 HL - 9 3 14 25 -4 -1 13 16 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Stand HP Stand Fierce.gif 80 140 60 HL - 10 6 16 31 -4 1 18 23 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Stand LK Stand Short.gif 30 50 20 HL - 7 4 8 18 -1 2 11 14 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Stand MK Stand Forward.gif 60 100 40 HL - 9 3 14 25 -3 0 14 17 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Stand HK Stand Roundhouse.gif 90 160 60 HL - 13 4 16 32 -2 2 18 22 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Back LP Back Jab.gif 50 50 20 H - 14 2(1)2 11 29 -2 1 11 14 Active frames 1~2F cannot hit crouching, attack only hits once Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Back MP Back Strong.gif 70 100 40 HL sp/su 6 6 11 22 -3 0 14 17 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Back HP Back Fierce.gif 60*50 100*100 60*20 HL sp/su*- 5 3*3 17 27 -2 2 18 22 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Back LK Back Short.gif 30 50 20 HL sp/su 3 4 7 13 0 3 11 14 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Back MK Back Forward.gif 65 100 40 HL sp/su 5 4 12 20 -2 1 14 17 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Back HK Back Roundhouse.gif 100 200 60 HL - 6 5 15 25 -2 2 18 22 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Crouch LP Crouch Jab.gif 25 25 20 L - 9 4 11 23 -4 -1 11 14 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Crouch MP Crouch Strong.gif 60 60 40 L - 12 3 16 30 -5 -2 14 17 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Crouch HP Crouch Fierce.gif 80 100 60 L - 14 3 21 37 -6 -2 18 22 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Crouch LK Crouch Short.gif 30 50 20 L sp/su 3 8 12 22 -9 -6 11 14 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Crouch MK Crouch Forward.gif 60 100 40 L - 6 11 11 27 -8 -5 14 17 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Crouch HK Crouch Roundhouse.gif 100 200 60 L - 10 12 24 45 -18 - 18 - Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown - - - - - - -
Down/Back LP Down/Back Jab.gif 30 50 20 HL sp/su 4 3 8 14 0 3 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Down/Back MP Down/Back Strong.gif 60 100 40 HL sp/su 5 5 6 15 3 6 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Down/Back HP Down/Back Fierce.gif 85 150 60 HL - 7 5 10 21 3 7 Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Down/Back LK Down/Back Short.gif 30 50 20 L sp/su 5 6 7 17 -2 1 Cannot hit airborne Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Down/Back MK Down/Back Forward.gif 60 100 40 L sp/su 6 5 11 21 -2 1 Cannot hit airborne Reset Reset - - - - - - -
Down/Back HK Down/Back Roundhouse.gif 100 200 60 L - 12 3 20 34 -5 - Cannot hit airborne Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown - - - - - - -
Yoga Tower Yoga Tower - - - - See notes - - Total 120 120 - - Can cancel from 31F~ - - - - - - Legs: 1~59F Legs: 1~59F 1~59F - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Total
Frames
Adv On
Guard
Adv On
Hit
Block
Stun
Hit
Stun
Extra
Details
Armor
Break
Proj Throw On Hit
Ground
Counter
Hit Ground
On Hit Air Counter
Hit Air
Armor Full
Invincible
Strike
Invincible
Projectile
Invincible
Throw
Invincible
Airborne Juggle
Info
Jump LP Jump Jab.gif 40 25 20 H - 7 9 - 15 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~15 - - -
Jump MP Jump Strong.gif 70 140 40 H - 8 4 - 11 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~12 - - -
Jump HP Jump Fierce.gif 80 140 60 H - 9 4 - 12 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~12 - - -
Jump LK Jump Short.gif 40 25 20 H - 10 5 - 14 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~4f - - -
Jump MK Jump Forward.gif 70 120 40 H - 12 3 - 14 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~7f - - -
Jump HK Jump Roundhouse.gif 90 160 60 H - 10 6 - 15 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~7f - - -
Jump Back LP Jump Back Jab.gif 20 25 20 H - 6 7 - 12 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~12 - - -
Jump Back MP Jump Back Strong.gif 80 50 40 H - 6 8 - 13 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~13 - - -
Jump Back HP Jump Back Fierce.gif 100 100 60 H - 6 6 - 11 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~11 - - -
Jump Back LK Jump Back Short.gif 40 25 20 H - 6 9 - 14 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~14 - - -
Jump Back MK Jump Back Forward.gif 80 50 40 H - 8 7 - 14 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~14 - - -
Jump Back HK Jump Back Roundhouse.gif 100 150 60 H - 7 6 - 12 - - Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~15 - - -
Yoga Spear Yoga Spear 70 50 40 HL - 12 Until ground After landing 6 - - - Height restriction: 0.5 Reset Reset - - - Lower body: 1~8f - - -
Yoga Mummy Yoga Mummy 90 100 60 HL - 13 Until ground After landing 6 - - - Height restriction: 0.5 Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown - - - Lower body: 1~12F - - JP: 1
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Total
Frames
Adv On
Guard
Adv On
Hit
Block
Stun
Hit
Stun
Extra
Details
Armor
Break
Proj Throw On Hit
Ground
Counter
Hit Ground
On Hit Air Counter
Hit Air
Armor Full
Invincible
Strike
Invincible
Projectile
Invincible
Throw
Invincible
Airborne Juggle
Info
Focus Attack (Level 1) Level 1 Focus 50 100 20 HL - 10+10 3 34 56 -21 -21 16 16 Range: 2.21 Crumple Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown 1~10F - - - - - -
Focus Attack (Level 2) Level 2 Focus 70 150 40 HL - 18+10 3 34 64 -15 - 22 - Range: 2.21 Crumple Crumple Free Juggle Free Juggle 1~18F - - - - - -
Focus Attack (Level 3) Level 3 Focus 100 200 60 - - 58 2 28 87 - - - - Range: 2.21, cannot hit pre-jump X Crumple Crumple Free Juggle Free Juggle 1~57F - - - - - -
Red Focus Attack (Level 1) Level 1 Red Focus 90 100 20 HL - 10+10 3 34 56 -21 -21 16 16 Range: 2.21, Builds 10 meter on block, Opponent gains 10 meter on hit, 5 on block Crumple Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown 1~10F (99 hits) - - - - - -
Red Focus Attack (Level 2) Level 2 Red Focus 120 150 40 HL - 18+10 3 34 64 -15 - 22 - Range: 2.21, Builds 20 meter on block, Opponent gains 20 meter on hit, 10 on block Crumple Crumple Free Juggle Free Juggle 1~18F (99 hits) - - - - - -
Red Focus Attack (Level 3) Level 3 Red Focus 210 200 60 - - 58 2 28 87 - - - - Range: 2.21, Opponent gains 30 meter on hit, cannot hit pre-jump X Crumple Crumple Free Juggle Free Juggle 1~57F (99 hits) - - - - - -
EX Red Focus Attack (Level 1) Level 1 EX Red Focus 90 100 20 HL - 10+10 3 34 56 -15 - 22 - Range: 2.21, Builds 20 meter on block, Opponent gains 20 meter on hit, 10 on block Crumple Crumple Free Juggle Free Juggle - - - - - - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Total
Frames
Adv On
Guard
Adv On
Hit
Block
Stun
Hit
Stun
Extra
Details
Armor
Break
Proj Throw On Hit
Ground
Counter
Hit Ground
On Hit Air Counter
Hit Air
Armor Full
Invincible
Strike
Invincible
Projectile
Invincible
Throw
Invincible
Airborne Juggle
Info
Yoga Smash Forward Throw 120 80 40 1.015 - 3 2 20 24 - - - - X Hard Knockdown - - - - - - - - - -
Yoga Throw Back Throw 120 80 40 1.015 - 3 2 20 24 - - - - X Hard Knockdown - - - - - - - - - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Total
Frames
Adv On
Guard
Adv On
Hit
Block
Stun
Hit
Stun
Extra
Details
Armor
Break
Proj Throw On Hit
Ground
Counter
Hit Ground
On Hit Air Counter
Hit Air
Armor Full
Invincible
Strike
Invincible
Projectile
Invincible
Throw
Invincible
Airborne Juggle
Info
Yoga Fire Yoga Fire Jab.gif 50 50 20/20 HL su 14 95 35 48 -8 -4 - - 18~19F cancellable X Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown - - - - - - -
Yoga Fire Strong.gif 70 100 20/20 HL su 14 57 35 48 -8 - - - 18~19F cancellable X Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown - - - - - - -
Yoga Fire Fierce.gif 80 100 20/20 HL su 14 43 35 48 -8 - - - 18~19F cancellable X Soft Knockdown [1st hit]: Free Juggle, [2nd hit]: Soft Knockdown - - - - - - -
EX Yoga Fire Yoga Fire EX.gif 50*50 50*50 -250/0 HL su 14 - 29 42 1 4 - - 18~19F cancellable, opponent gains 10x2 meter on hit X Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown - - - - - - JP: 1*1
Yoga Flame Yoga Flame Jab.gif 110 100 30/30 HL su 15 23 22 59 -6 - - - 15~26F cancelable, on hit/block skips active frames 5~23F, builds 20 meter on block X X Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown - - - - - - -
Yoga Flame Strong.gif 140 100 30/30 HL su 17 27 16 59 -1 - - - 17~30F cancelable, on hit/block skips active frames 6~27F, builds 20 meter on block X X Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown - - - - - - -
Yoga Flame Fierce.gif 170 100 30/30 HL su 34 32 13 78 2 - - - 34~49F cancelable, on hit/block skips active frames 6~32F, builds 20 meter on block X X Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown Soft Knockdown - - - - - - -
EX Yoga Flame Yoga Flame EX.gif 50*50 100*100 -250/0 HL su 14 32 13 58 2 - - - 14~29F cancelable, on hit/block skips active frames 6~32F, opponent gains 10x2 meter on hit X X Free Juggle Free Juggle Free Juggle Free Juggle - - - - - - JP: 1
Yoga Blast Yoga Blast Short.gif 130 100 30/40 - su 11 20 45 75 - - - - Cannot hit grounded opponents, on hit skips active frames 3~20F X - - Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown - - - - - - -
Yoga Blast Forward.gif 150 100 30/40 - su 14 20 36 69 - - - - Cannot hit grounded opponents, on hit skips active frames 3~20F X - - Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown - - - - - - -
Yoga Blast Roundhouse.gif 180 100 30/40 - su 30 20 22 71 - - - - Cannot hit grounded opponents, on hit skips active frames 3~20F X - - Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown - - - - - - -
EX Yoga Blast Yoga Blast EX.gif 90*60 100*100 -250/0 - su 5 17 30 51 - - - - Cannot hit grounded opponents, on hit skips active frames 3~17F, opponent gains 10x2 meter on hit X - - Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown - All: 1~4F - - - - JS: 0*1
Yoga Teleport Yoga Teleport - - - - - - - Total 48 48 - - - - Teleport complete on 15F, 19 grounded recovery frames - - - - - All: 1~29F - - - - -
Air Yoga Teleport Air Yoga Teleport - - - - - - - Total 30 30 - - - - Teleport complete on 15F, can be activated from 1st jump frame - - - - - All: 1~24F - - - - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Total
Frames
Adv On
Guard
Adv On
Hit
Block
Stun
Hit
Stun
Extra
Details
Armor
Break
Proj Throw On Hit
Ground
Counter
Hit Ground
On Hit Air Counter
Hit Air
Armor Full
Invincible
Strike
Invincible
Projectile
Invincible
Throw
Invincible
Airborne Juggle
Info
Yoga Inferno Super Combo Jab.gif 75x2*60x3 0 -1000/0 HL - 1+3 14 21 38 -5 - - - Opponent gains 10x5 meter on hit X Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown - All: 1~3F - - - - JP: Infinite, resets juggle count to 0
Super Combo Strong.gif 75x2*60x3 0 -1000/0 HL - 1+3 23 21 47 -9 - - - Opponent gains 10x5 meter on hit X Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown - All: 1~4F - - - - JP: Infinite, resets juggle count to 0
Super Combo Fierce.gif 75x2*60x3 0 -1000/0 HL - 1+3 47 21 71 -17 - - - Opponent gains 10x5 meter on hit X Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown - All: 1~6F - - - - JP: Infinite, resets juggle count to 0
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Total
Frames
Adv On
Guard
Adv On
Hit
Block
Stun
Hit
Stun
Extra
Details
Armor
Break
Proj Throw On Hit
Ground
Counter
Hit Ground
On Hit Air Counter
Hit Air
Armor Full
Invincible
Strike
Invincible
Projectile
Invincible
Throw
Invincible
Airborne Juggle
Info
Yoga Catastrophe Ultra Combo 1 60x5 0 0/0 HL - 0+12 142 13 24 44 - - - Opponent gains 10x5 meter on hit X [5th Hit]: Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown [5th Hit]: Free Juggle, Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown Hard Knockdown - All: 1F - - - - JP: 127x5
Yoga Shangri-La Ultra Combo 2 450 0 0/0 1.75~2.89 - 0+5 7 After landing 9 - - - - - Throw range 1.72~2.942 depending on jump height, opponent gains 20x4*40 meter on hit X Hard Knockdown - - - - All: 1~9F - - - - -
Move Name Nickname Damage Stun Meter
Gain
Hit
Level
Cancel
Ability
Startup Active Rcvry Total
Frames
Adv On
Guard
Adv On
Hit
Block
Stun
Hit
Stun
Extra
Details
Armor
Break
Proj Throw On Hit
Ground
Counter
Hit Ground
On Hit Air Counter
Hit Air
Armor Full
Invincible
Strike
Invincible
Projectile
Invincible
Throw
Invincible
Airborne Juggle
Info


Notes: