Implementing Asuka's attack reversals can keep an opponent honest and slow down string-heavy aggression.
Asuka's b+1+3 (or b+2+4) reversal -also known as Mikigami- is notable for its generous active frames, and possible follow ups. The reversal behaves differently based on which extremity the opponent uses
- Right or left punches will have her toss them behind her, which can lead to a wall combo.
- left kicks will take the opponent to the ground, face up head first.
- right kicks will take the opponent to the ground, face up feet first.
The reversal does scaled damage based on which attack was reversed.
Asuka's Sabaki Moves
If Asuka's opponent starts to chicken her reversals, she can instead opt for her sabaki moves.
- 2+3 will parry high and mid punches
- b+2+3 will parry high and mid kicks
Both of these options can lead to full combos.