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== Normal Moves ==
 
== Normal Moves ==
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c.lp: Great 3 frame jab that leaves Todo at +7/+7 meaning it can link into a lot of things. Great for landing counter hits and for pressure strings, crouching jabs are a vital part of Todo's game, especially in run grooves.
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c.lk: Decent low hitting short that leaves todo at +4/+4. Can link to c.lp meaning if you need to start a combo with hitting low, use c.lk.
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j.lk or lj.lk: Todo's cross-up. This thing has a very large hit box and stays active for 23 hitting frames. Can be used deceptively by landing an early j.lk and then attempting a command grab. The command grab will land because the stun on the c.lk is very short.
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s.mp (close and far): s.mp close is an elbow that leaves todo at +8/+8. It's a bit tricky to land and should be mainly used after a command grab after walking forward (difficult timing). After landing a s.mp(close), you can link another s.mp(far), a c.mp or a c.mk which can all be special canceled. Another option is to link a c.hp after the s.mp(close) and to cancel it into the wave super. Standing strong at far range leaves todo at +3 meaning it can't be linked off of but it is a safe poke and cancels into waves.
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c.mp: one of todo's many special/super cancel normals. It leaves todo at +0/+0 meaning it's a safe poke. It can link off of c.lp and s.mp(close).
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c.mk: comes out in 5 frames meaning it can link off of c.lp and s.mp(close). It can also be special/super canceled. Leaves todo at +6/+6. Good poke.
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c.rh: Todo's sweep leaves him at -12 meaning it's not safe to throw out carelessly. It has above average range and is most commonly used after a c.lp which leads to a 50/50 mix-up with the command grab. (idea from Buktooth)
  
 
== Special Moves ==
 
== Special Moves ==

Revision as of 02:42, 5 March 2008

Introduction

Moves List

Normal Moves

c.lp: Great 3 frame jab that leaves Todo at +7/+7 meaning it can link into a lot of things. Great for landing counter hits and for pressure strings, crouching jabs are a vital part of Todo's game, especially in run grooves.

c.lk: Decent low hitting short that leaves todo at +4/+4. Can link to c.lp meaning if you need to start a combo with hitting low, use c.lk.

j.lk or lj.lk: Todo's cross-up. This thing has a very large hit box and stays active for 23 hitting frames. Can be used deceptively by landing an early j.lk and then attempting a command grab. The command grab will land because the stun on the c.lk is very short.

s.mp (close and far): s.mp close is an elbow that leaves todo at +8/+8. It's a bit tricky to land and should be mainly used after a command grab after walking forward (difficult timing). After landing a s.mp(close), you can link another s.mp(far), a c.mp or a c.mk which can all be special canceled. Another option is to link a c.hp after the s.mp(close) and to cancel it into the wave super. Standing strong at far range leaves todo at +3 meaning it can't be linked off of but it is a safe poke and cancels into waves.

c.mp: one of todo's many special/super cancel normals. It leaves todo at +0/+0 meaning it's a safe poke. It can link off of c.lp and s.mp(close).

c.mk: comes out in 5 frames meaning it can link off of c.lp and s.mp(close). It can also be special/super canceled. Leaves todo at +6/+6. Good poke.

c.rh: Todo's sweep leaves him at -12 meaning it's not safe to throw out carelessly. It has above average range and is most commonly used after a c.lp which leads to a 50/50 mix-up with the command grab. (idea from Buktooth)

Special Moves

Super Moves

The Basics

Advanced Strategy

Match-ups