When you posted this on the discord chat on New Year's, I thought: Damn--he's ruined the game for me; I'm going to spend the next month trying to learn how to do that and land it in a match, lol.I wish ;)
No, it's just a regular iCS with flames. Probably the most difficult thing to do in this game, though but suuuper flashy.
The command is 374692146:aA+G
Were you able to finally do it? ;)When you posted this on the discord chat on New Year's, I thought: Damn--he's ruined the game for me; I'm going to spend the next month trying to learn how to do that and land it in a match, lol.
Lol--not yet. I haven't really tried. Believe it or not, I haven't really had time to lab Ivy and learn where to punish characters (including Ivy herself), so I've been learning how to do that these past few days. You know--me, you, and Linkrkc have always had high skill and great buffers of the command throws (not a brag or boast on my part--just stating the truth), and it's like that again already in this game. But what has always separated me from the two of you is that you two know how to play the game better than I do. From SC3 to SC5, I would spend hours practicing the command throws and the 5-hit (especially in SC2 and SC3), and where I could apply those throws, but I never really learned match-ups or how to properly play the game. I've actually won money playing SC and placed top 5 in a few Jaxel tournaments. But that's all been from just playing with a superficial knowledge base of the game. Can you believe that? Over the years, I've just been highly skilled with Ivy--not at SC--hell, not even playing against Ivy per se. I was--I am--just good at performing skills with Ivy.Were you able to finally do it? ;)
Another interesting find, the "flaming SS" (which I know sounds stupid as the throw already has UB flames). unlike flaming CS/iCS, does add a lot of flames to the animation
I recorded this using the easiest rolling method:Guys... Is it really just the matter of pressing 6 and a+g, and 1 and a+g at the same time for iCS and iSS respectively? I have been trying this, and I was good at it in scIV, but now... JF versions are one in 50 flukes! It's maddening!!!
I should mention that I mostly do the full circle inputs. Is this my mistake?
One more question: Can iCS and iSS be buffered?