I know he was considered as weak on SCII, but I'd love it if his SCVI moves got mostly based on it because of them mix ups. And then add the vertical dodging of SCIV and he might become super powerful.
I agree.I’d like to see him with either more acrobatic movements
I disagree. That would not be an improvement, you'll simply turn him into a Cervantes's clone. Yes, flies, teleports and also has the pistol, but surely the namco would use the Cervantes base moves in Yun Seong and he would gain more hate.or even two daos for a more grounded dual-wielding sword style than flying and teleporting like Cervantes.
He uses near pure slashing weapons which means he shouldn't be piercing and doing most of the stabby stabby moves Cervantes does. He'd be a whole lot more twirly bouncy and agile with his moves. In fact I don't see how he could share hardly any moves with Cervantes even if he had two weapons. In fact the more I argue this the more I like the idea...I agree.
I disagree. That would not be an improvement, you'll simply turn him into a Cervantes's clone. Yes, flies, teleports and also has the pistol, but surely the namco would use the Cervantes base moves in Yun Seong and he would gain more hate.
Just as Lizardman (S&S) is equal to Lizardman (A&S) which is similar to Aeon (dual axe).In fact I don't see how he could share hardly any moves with Cervantes even if he had two weapons.
How about we replace two dao for a hook sword?In fact the more I argue this the more I like the idea...
SCIII was the start of making characters that played similar in SCI & II play differently.I think Yun-seong can keep his singular dao considering Project Soul is being extra creative now with differentiating between characters with similar weapons and fighting styles.
Their gameplay is too different. In SoulCalibur II, I could't get into playing Yun-Seong but enjoyed playing Assassin a lot. There isn't any point in bringing back Hwang if he was just going to play like Yun-Seong since I believe that most Hwang fans want him back for his moveset which hasn't been seen in a while (at least that is the case for me). When it comes to weapons, however, I think it would help if one of them changes weapons while maintaining their moveset. Hwang could maybe switch to a Korean Sword instead which has more similarities to a Japanese Katana than a Chinese Blade.
- Which one should change gameplay (Yun/Hwang/Both)?
- Should Hwang absorb the movements of Yun Seong? (Yun Seong would be left for SC VII)
- Should one of them change his weapons? (if so, which one/weapon?)
- Some members suggested that Yun Seong use two dao instead of one, do you think this change would be good?
Lei Yan or Machete
Blue Qilin or Assassin Blade
Xiao Lian or Han Guang
@LisaK I think that if Yun-seong can have Dragon Sword, then Hwang can have Po Shan. They have similar enough designs, with Po Shan having the blue coloration, while Dragon Sword has the red coloration. Hwang having a trend of blue weapons and Yun-seong having a trend of red weapons is something that definitely appeals to their images. You did bring up an amusing point that the two could possibly have the invisible-type swords as their last weapon, as another parallel between the two. I would also find it mildly amusing if Hwang took Blue Qilin from Leixia as a revenge for her family taking the Qing Long, and Hwang's blue theme would make it fitting, along with him having the more jian looking weapons compared to Yun-seong.White Storm
White Storm 2p (Emerald Squall?)
Giant Butcher Knife
Kopis or Cheng Ying