Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike/Necro
"Name": This is used to identify each move, so you know what stats are for what move. A question I get asked often is why do I say Toward and Away instead of Foward and Back. Its because I get confused. Foward to me means medium kick, not toward.
"StUp" (Start Up): This indicates the number of frames it takes for the hit box of an attack to open.
"BkAd" (Block Advantage): When an attack is blocked, you have a certain number of recovery frames before you can move, attack, or block again. A positive number indicates the number of frames you can move or attack before your opponent can; as a negative number indicates the number of frames your opponent can move or attack before you can. The higher, the better. This number is used to determine if a move is safe or not, and for linking purposes. I only have block advantage for special moves right now. If you see RR, it means Rather Random...
"HtAd" (Hit Advantage): This is the same as block advantage, except this is when your attack hits the opponent instead of your attack being blocked. This does make a difference in most moves as far as frame advantage goes. Generally this number is greater then the block advantage depending on the attack strength. The numbers comparable to the block advantage is +0 on jabs and shorts, +1 on strongs and fowards, and +2 on fierces and roundhouses, this rule doesn't apply all the time.
"CHAd" (Crouching Hit Advantage): This is the same as block advantage, except this is when your attack hits a crouching oppoenent instead of your attack being blocked. Generally this number is greater then the block advantage depending on the attack strength. The numbers comparable to the block advantage is +0 on jabs and shorts, +2 on strongs and fowards, and +4 on fierces and roundhouses, this rule doesn't apply all the time.
"SlCn" (Special Cancel): If the animation of the move can be canceled into a special, then it is a special cancel.
"SpCn" (Super Cancel): If the animation of the move can be canceled into a super, then it is a super cancel. For special moves, it will only have super cancel.
"Grd" (Guard): This is just stating what form of guard must be used to defend this move. It will either be H (High), L (Low), HL (Both), T (Techable), U (Unblockable).
"Pry" (Parry): This is just stating what form of parry must be used to defend this move. It will either be H (High), L (Low), HL (Both), U (Unparryable).
"Dmg" (Damage): This is the amount of damage the attack does on Hugo to a crouching Gouki (Akuma). This is so you can see the maximum and minimum damage the attack is capable of doing. This damage though is done on standing characters. the MinDmg is the damage done on a crouching Gouki, and the MaxDmg is the damage done on Hugo. Note that some moves just can't hit a crouching Gouki, and that the damage for throws doesn't change whether the oppnent is crouching or standing. A "$" by the damage will indicate that it can't hit a crouching Gouki and a "th" by the damage will indicate that the damage of the move is not effected whether the oppnent a crouching or standing
"JPT" (Juggle Potential Take): This is the amount of juggle potential that is lost when this attack hits during a juggle. Default juggle potential is always 6. Soon as juggle potential reachs 0, you can't juggle the opponent anymore (There are exceptions). If an attack has a juggle potential take of 6, you basically won't be able to juggle anymore (of course, there are exceptions).
"UFN" (Usefulness): This is my personal rating on the attack. The higher (1-5) the number, the more useful it is. This rating is determined by not only the provided information about the attack, but other information that I don't give like the range of an attack, its priority, the size of the attack box as well as the length of time it stays out.
"MLth" (Meter Length): This is the size of the super meter. Generally (Besides Ibuki) a Standing Strong will give you 2 points of meter.
"Stks" (Stocks): How meny stocks of meter are avalible in this super art.