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JustMe

Fri, Oct 30

I liked how easy he was to use back in T5(I was a teen) but now I know how hard he is and thats appealing

 

He has bad frames on block so you need need to play mindgames with your opponent(finishing or not your strings, or simply disrespecting your minus frames, etc...);

He has slow recovery frames on most of his moves, so you need to learn how to place them or use that against the opponent;

He has below average sidestep so you only sidestep after his few good moves on block/hit like f3 or d2;

Learn about timing and how to place your CH moves;

His block punishment is average but is very useful in starting your offense;

I could go on, but thats just some of the reasons that makes his offense/rushdown hard and when you use them around your defense, you make the character shine

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deedisdone

Fri, Jun 18
gobacktokonohasasuke:

How do you do keepaway with him tho?

Use 3+4 on block - it has a really good pushback, also, really good on counter hit. Forward 1+3 - great range, pushback, insane damage on counter hit

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gobacktokonohasasuke

Fri, Jun 18
deedisdone:

Bryan sure is tricky, but it's nice that he is very solid when it comes to keepaway

How do you do keepaway with him tho?

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SeraphinoRage

Fri, Jun 18
Tempsestbon:

Bryan's CH are just fire, to be honest. They have good range, and there are very effective CH strings that he can use to his advantage. And launching counter, mmm. I tried him out a while ago. Though, he didn't seem to fit my style well I had much fun with him

I guess, he has the maximum number of CH combos in this game. Truly, the scariest fighter to play against if you're a button masher

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tellmewhy

Fri, Jun 18

Bryan gave me much paimn in ranked, because of the wall pressure. He can easily force you into the corner even if you block

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deltatfo

Fri, Jun 18

Bryan is big brain character tho. He really is unsafe on block in many situations but man does he have good cancellables. B3, cancel into the sidestep or make a follow up. This is one option. DF1 string is always making them guess, so it allows you to test their patience, ez. Never got to use him to his full potential tho, guess I'm just too brain dead to conceive winning strategies with him

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deedisdone

Thu, Jun 17

Bryan sure is tricky, but it's nice that he is very solid when it comes to keepaway

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Tempsestbon

Thu, Jun 17

Bryan's CH are just fire, to be honest. They have good range, and there are very effective CH strings that he can use to his advantage. And launching counter, mmm. I tried him out a while ago. Though, he didn't seem to fit my style well I had much fun with him

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