Post up your own individual style of play for Siegfried here: It'll be good to compare and might give newbies a few ideas, who knows? Myself: I play a primarily defensive Siegfried, I default to playing keeping at range. I do this because it makes my opponent think I'm a defensive player and so they tend to risk more against me getting in, then play safe - which makes them easy to read. Little do they know it's a cunning ploy... (heh heh heh) My specialty is stance roulette and rushdown, so it really fucks with my opponents head to freely interchange between playing smart spacing then at a whim, charging them down. I also spam iag:A, though for a Siegfried player, I'm pretty light on throws :/ Aside from iag:A I try to avoid focusing on a few key moves as I prefer to adapt myself mid fight against my opponents individual quirks, giving me a slightly different Siegfried every time - eg: I may be SBH heavy against a certain Zas or never use stance at all against some kilik. I think of every fight as a two part process: 1: Watch my opponents favoured options 2: Kill them for it next time. What about the rest of you?