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King of Fighters 2k2/UM / KOF 2002 UM - Xiangfei
« on: November 03, 2010, 08:53:34 AM »
Li Xiangfei

Fighting Style : All Varieties of Chinese Boxing
Birthdate : 25th May
Nationality : American (Chinese descent)
Blood Group : B
Height : 160 cm
Weight : 45 kg
B/W/H (cm) : 77/54/79
Likes: Napping
Favorite Food  : Shrimp-filled Chinese dumplings
Strong Sports  : Sprints
Important Things  : Her friends
Disliked Things : Etiquette

Throws

Kadoma -  ;bk/ ;fd+ ;c close
Xiangfei does a double palm thrust.

Ryokuchi Kouen -  ;bk/ ;fd+ ;d close
Xiangfei spins around opponent and elbow with both arms.

Command Moves

Sou Shouda -  ;fd+ ;a
Xiangfei leans sideways and does a quick double fist overhead punch.
Kyuupo Gosentai -  ;fd+ ;b
A fakeout of the overhead move that ends in a low kick.
Fukupo Gosentai -  ;df+ ;d
Xiangfei turns around a kicks backwards with a low kick.

Special Moves

Zen Chuoh Shin Saiha -  ;dn ;df ;fd+ ;d
Xiangfei jumps and rolls foward, grabs opponent then spin them around for a jumping headbutt.
Tenpohzan(SC) -  ;fd ;dn ;df+ ;b/ ;d
Xiangfei jumps upward hitting with her shoulder
Nanpa -  ;dn ;df ;fd+ ;a/ ;c
Xiangfei spins foward then creates an energy blast.

Ei Sake (Tai Kuuchuu Kogeki) - During opponents jumping attack: ;a ;up
Xiangfei uses Drunken Fist hitting with her backhand upwards then mimics sipping sake.
Ei Sake (Tai Tachi Kougeki)(SC) - During opponents high attack: ;a ;fd
Xiangfei uses Drunken Fist hitting with her backhand fowards then mimics sipping sake.
Ei Sake (Tai Shagami Kougeki)(SC) - During opponents low attack: ;a ;dn
Xiangfei uses Drunken Fist hitting with a low kick then mimics sipping sake.

*Note: The counters will NOT actually come out unles opponent is attacking.

Zen Chuoh -  ;dn ;df ;fd+ ;b
┗Kanku: Zen Chuoh -  ;dn ;df ;fd+ ;b
Xiangfei jumps then rolls grabbing the opponent then elbows. Follow-up has her jumping for a heel drop.

Banhaku Ato Unage -  ;fd ;df ;dn ;db ;bk ;fd+ ;a/ ;c
┗Ekisupo: Banhaku Ato Unage(SC) -  ;dn ;db ;bk+ ;a/ ;c
Xiangfei grabs opponent, turns them around and pushes opponent. Follow-up has Xiangfei quickly shoulder ramming opponent.

Desparation Moves(DM)

Hirotoshi Kami -  ;dn ;df ;fd ;df ;dn ;db ;bk+ ;b/ ;d
Xiangfei stomps the ground rocketing her toward opponent.
Maijinga(W) - ;fd ;df ;dn ;db ;bk x2+ ;b/ ;d
Xiangfei grabs opponent then violently channels energy through opponents body.

Chou Pairon -  ;a+ ;c  
;bk ;df+ ;c  
>┗ ;bk+ ;c
Xiangfei does a palm strike, then a double palm thrust, then a should ram. Last hit of this DM will always wire.

Super Desparation Moves(SDM)

Hirotoshi Kami -  ;dn ;df ;fd ;df ;dn ;db ;bk+ ;b ;d
Stonger version of Xiangfei stomping the ground rocketing her toward opponent.

Maijinga -  ;fd ;df ;dn ;db ;bk x2+ ;b ;d
Stronger version of Xiangfei grabbing opponent then violently channeling energy through opponents body.

Hidden Super Desparation Moves(HSDM)

Tenshinzan Kuzure Kiba -  ;dn ;db ;bk ;db ;dn ;df ;fd+ ;a ;c or  ;b ;d
In an homage to the Real Bout Fatal Fury games, Xiangfei dips into the background slightly, then hits opponent. Once she connects, Xiangfei does a backflip kick, then flies up for a shoulder ram.

*Note: This HSDM is very practical in a real match. Not only is Xiangfei invincible once she enters the background but she auto homes in on the opponent. Also this HSDM is a pseudo unblockable. Using the  ;a/ ;c version makes Xiangfei do a sliding hand strike which acts as an overhead. The  ;b/ ;d version makes Xiangfei do a sliding kick that has to be blocked low.

Training Video
http://zoome.jp/LKH/diary/19/

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Meet & Greet / Hi, everyone
« on: November 01, 2010, 03:19:38 AM »
I thought I'd introduce myself.

I'm not new to KOF/SNK at all but I'm finally getting back into it. Having grown up in NYC, I had Neo Geo MVS cabinets all around Manhattan and some in the Bronx. The ability of having 6 games in one cab was very convenient for my neighborhood. As more and more SNK fighters came out, I kept going back to the SNK stuff. I played a lot of people in my area but never really competed in tournaments as I was fairly young. Eventually, I moved after middle school and am now living in a crappy area for fighting competitions. Now that I am older and have my own money, I hope to be a frequent player at fighting game tournaments.

I am extremely happy with the creation of DreamCancel. There really needed to be a site like this, embracing what SNK latest title has to offer and doing it's best to steer clear of fanboyism and hate. While putting up info of previous games in SNK's line-up.

Thanks guys. Keep up the good work.

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