Hey guys, I have a question for you that I have been wondering for some time now. I would say I am familiar with the basics of frame data and how things like block punishing work. But I have questions regarding frame advantages. Some moves obviously leave you at + frames (either when they hit or are blocked by the opponent). When you're at a frame advantage, your next move will come out so so many frames earlier than your opponents move. But I can't really figure out how I should transfer this knowledge to my game. When at a frame advantage, depending on the move I use, it will hit the opponent before their hit connects, resulting in a CH (counterhit). But fairly many people know this, and when they are hit by an attack that puts me in a frame advantage, they just escape into their shell and start blocking. - What should I do in this scenario? Is this the time to start to use my more powerful moves with larger i-frames, that will faster deplete my opponents guard gauge? Or should I attempt to throw the opponent? Basically, I'm not that sure what to do when I have the frame advantage, because if I keep attacking after attaining frame advantage, they will just block, and the advantage goes away, or they get the advantage. Will someone enlighten me?