The King of Fighters XV/Geese Howard

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The King of Fighters XV

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Geese Howard is the overseer of the Howard Connection and a supreme power behind the scenes in South Town. He is well versed in ancient Japanese martial arts and specializes in countering opponents’ attacks with devastating throws. He exudes an overwhelming presence as a charismatic figure of evil.
Jump: 42f
Hop: 33f
Backdash: 22f
Run Speed Ranking: 7

Gameplay Overview

Notorious for his array of near-instant counter throws, Geese is not only capable of shutting down aggressive opponents but is also a master at dominating opponents with weak defense.

Geese's normals on the ground as well as in the air are all excellent, with considerably long range. His grounded normals have great cancel options for when Geese goes on the offense; he even has a command cancellable st.B, a rare characteristic among the KoF cast. Having this option allows Geese to create lengthy frame traps with his Fudou Ken (214P) rekka, with numerous follow-ups that can hit low or overhead all while leading to a hard knockdown. Geese can end it there and leave himself with a significant frame advantage, or he can extend his damage output with his Raimei Gouha Nage (6246P) OTG throw.

Should Geese find himself unable to find a way in on an opponent, he can easily resort to his reliable fireballs. His Reppuken (236P) comes in two forms: the A version is fast with quick recovery, and the C version hits twice and snuffs out other fireballs, allowing Geese to win zoning wars without having to spend meter. His Shippuu Ken (j.214P) is an excellent aerial fireball that makes it even harder for opponents to approach Geese.

If the opponent gets too predictable with their offense, Geese has a multitude of ways to shut them down. His Atemi counter throws (624B/D / 426D) have lengthy active windows, near-instant startup, and lead to hard knockdowns. If guessing which counter to use isn't your cup of tea, his Oni Hanmon (2624K) super special will counter any physical move without exception, all the while doing massive damage. Geese can spend even more meter to obliterate opponents with annoying pressure by using Rashoumon (2624CD), a frame-1, extremely damaging command grab that is sure to ruin the opponent's day if they happened to be in range.

Overall, Geese is an extraordinary defensive character that is simple enough to be effective in the hands of beginners, while more seasoned players can utilize his counter throws and frametraps to become the ultimate nightmare.

Geese Howard is a versatile character who excels at punishing predictable offense while also being a powerful zoner in his own right.
Pros Cons
  • Ridiculous Defense: Geese is a defensive powerhouse. Armed with an array of frame 1 counters and counter supers that lead to combos, knockdowns, or tons of damage, he can keep the opponent guessing on their offense and change the flow of the match in an instant with a well placed counter. He also comes equipped with a strong fireball for zoning and pokes to preemptively stuff approaches by the opponent.
  • Fantastic All-Rounder: Building off of the last pro, Geese can play any position and accommodate any playstyle extremely well. Despite him historically strong as a point character, he can play both other positions with great ease, fitting them very well. While he is a beast on defense and in neutral, he can press a deadly, menacing offense that the opponent must respect. Additionally, if played Mid or Anchor, Geese gains access to devastatingly powerful 4 and 5 bar combos, making his offense all the scarier and making attempting any attack he can mid counter all the more risky.
  • Great Normals: Just about every button Geese has is useful, contributing both to his strong defense and oppressive offense. His standing D and crouching C make for reliable anti-air pokes; his crouching D is a long-reaching, forward moving sweep the likes of which other characters lost in the patch that introduced him; his close C is fast, leads to big damage, and can even stuff hops; the list goes on. Of particular note is how Geese does not possess a single aerial that doesn't have practical application: j.A is a fast normal that combos into Shippuken; j.B is a highly effective cross-up; j.C hits multiple times and guarantees a combo on landing, no real timing required; j.D is yet another cross-up from full jumps that leads to bigger damage combos; and j.CD is a fantastic air-to-air and pressure tool.
  • Strong Reversals: Because Geese's reversals are counters, they are capable of beating safe jumps, which means opponents will have to adjust their offense against them. Geese also has an instantaneous reversal grab in one of his Climaxes, and while its range is small, it cannot be avoided on reaction after the zoom in. If they see the startup cinematic, and they were standing next to Geese, they're getting grabbed.
  • Heavy Counter Scaling: All of Geese's counters that lead to combos and follow-ups add a great deal of damage scaling to anything that they lead into, and while Geese has a wide variety of combo options, many of them will end up costing you damage in the end. The fact that he can get combos after them at all can be considered a blessing, however.
  • Damage vs. Oki: Geese's damage output in combos seems to be balanced factoring in his OTG grab in mind. Unfortunately your knockdown advantage after landing this grab is terrible, and it also switches sides. This means Geese has to give up significant damage for better oki and vice versa.
  • High Risk Defense: Geese's seemingly invincible defense comes at a price; you need to properly guess which attack, if any, the opponent is using, and utilize the appropriate counter. If the opponent is able to bait a counter, or if you guess wrong and use the incorrect counter, you're going to be eating a lot of damage. Geese has no meterless reversal without these counters, and the only non-counter reversals he has with meter are his Climax supers. You'll need to get into your opponent's head, or condition them properly, in order to make use of one of Geese's biggest strengths.


Movelist

(*) = EX OK

(!) = MAX OK

Throws

Ko Satsu Shou - Bk.gif / Fd.gif + C.gif

Shinkuu Nage - Bk.gif / Fd.gif + D.gif

Command Normals

Raikou Mawashi-Geri - Fd.gif + B.gif

Tendoh Kudaki - Fd.gif + A.gif

Special Moves

Reppuken - Qcf.gif + A.gif / C.gif (*)

Shippuu Ken - Qcb.gif + A.gif / C.gif (Midair Only) (*)

Fudou Ken - Qcb.gif + A.gif / C.gif (*)

┗Fudou Ken • A (After C.gif or EX Fudou Ken) - Fd.gif + A.gif / C.gif
┗Fudou Ken • Ba (After C.gif or EX Fudou Ken) - Dn.gif + B.gif / D.gif
┗Fudou Ken • Un (After C.gif or EX Fudou Ken) - Fd.gif + B.gif / D.gif
┗Fudou Ken • O (After A.gif Fudou Ken) - Fd.gif + A.gif / C.gif

Jyoudan Atemi - Hcb.gif + B.gif (*)

Chuudan Atemi - Hcb.gif + D.gif

Gedan Atemi - Hcf.gif + B.gif (*)

Raimei Gouha Nage - Hcb.gifFd.gif + A.gif / C.gif (*)

Hishou Nichirin Zan - Dp.gif + A.gif / C.gif (*)


Super Special Moves

Raigou Reppuu Ken - Qcf.gifDf.gifQcb.gif + A.gif / C.gif (!)

Oni Hanmon - Qcf.gifDf.gifQcb.gif + B.gif / D.gif (!)

Climax Super Special Moves

Raging Storm - Qcb.gifDb.gifQcf.gif+C.gif+D.gif

Rashoumon - Qcf.gifDf.gifQcb.gif+C.gif+D.gif

Quick Combo Reference

Quick Combo Reference

Notation

0 Meter

2B, 2A, 2A, far B, 214A~6P
cl.C, 6A, 214C~6P

178 DMG
248 DMG

½ Meter

cl.D(2), 6A, 214C~6P
cl.C, 6A, 214AC~6P, dash 214C~6K, 632146P

347 DNG
358 DMG

1 Meter

cl.D(2), 6A, DP+AC, 214AC~6P, 214C~6K, 632146P
cl.C, 6A, 214C~6P (super cancel), 2363214P

438 DMG
392 DMG

2 Meters

cl.D(2), 6A, 214C~6P (super cancel), 2363214AC

522 DMG

Normals

Far Standing Normals

far A

far A
f.A
f.A
XV geese fa ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
25 Mid super 5 4 8 +3 +1 - 30 60
  • Standard anti-hop poke. Good range for what it does, but not much additional utility beyond that.

far B

far B
f.B
f.B
XV geese fb ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
30 Mid command 6 4 11 0 -2 - 30 60
  • Shifts Geese's head hurtbox very far during the animation, which makes it prone to getting stuffed.

Geese's longest reaching light normal that also cancels into almost everything he has. Forms an almost necessary part of Geese's combos and blockstrings.

far C

far C
f.C
f.C
XV geese fc ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
70 Mid super 7 6 22 -7 -9 - 70 120

A quick st.C that is unfortunately rather stubby and doesn't cancel into anything. While theoretically unsafe on both hit and block, the pushback is big enough to prevent Geese from being punished by anything.

far D

far D
f.D
f.D
XV geese fd ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
80 Mid super 10 4 17 0 -2 - 70 120
  • Great long range poke. Reaches far, can stuff most jump-ins, and is a strong MAX confirm as well.
  • Whiffs on crouchers.

Close Standing Normals

close A

close A
cl.A
cl.A
XV geese cla ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
25 Mid command 4 4 6 +5 +3 - 30 60
  • Links into his close C, but not after a jump-in.

close B

close B
cl.B
cl.B
XV geese clb ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
30 Mid command 5 3 7 +5 +3 - 30 60
  • Whiff-cancelable.

close C

close C
cl.C
cl.C
XV geese clc ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
70 Mid command 5 5 15 +1 -1 - 70 120

Average cl.C. The only reason this is significantly more preferable over Geese's cl.D is because of how slow his cl.D is.

close D

close D
cl.D
cl.D
XV geese cld ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
80 (40+40) Mid command 9 3 (6) 7 11 +3 +1 - 70 (35+35) 120 (60+60)

An unusually slow proximity normal that is reserved for getting the most damage out of Geese's combos. Somewhat difficult to combo into after jump-ins. It's also plus on block, which is a rare attribute for a heavy normal.

Crouch Normals

crouch A

crouch A
2A
2A
XV geese 2a ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
25 Mid command 4 3 9 +3 +1 - 30 60

One of Geese's fastest normals that is useful for mashing out of pressure. Decent range.

crouch B

crouch B
2B
2B
XV geese 2b ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
15 Low super 5 4 9 +2 0 - 15 30
  • Standard low confirm combo starter.

crouch C

crouch C
2C
2C
XV geese 2c ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
70 Mid command 6 7 20 -6 -8 - 70 120
  • Moves Geese forward slightly during startup.
  • Doesn't start up fast enough to link from his proximity light normals.

Geese's key anti-airing normal that has excellent vertical range, hitting right above Geese's head. This is Geese's most reliable anti-air; use this if you're not sure if the opponent will attack during a jump-in.

crouch D

crouch D
2D
2D
XV geese 2d ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
80 Low command 8 5 19 KND (+25) -5 - 70 120
  • Cannot be whiff cancelled.
  • Moves Geese forward slightly.

One of Geese's greatest pokes, cr.D is quite fast and has excellent range. It also cancels into Geese's command normals and specials, so it also functions as a decent blockstring starter if you're out of range for st.B.

Jump Normals

Jump A

jump A
j.A
j.A
XV geese ja ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

hop hop

40 High special 4 6 1 on ground - - - 30 50

jump jump

45 High special 4 7 1 on ground - - - 30 60
  • Comes out fast, and is active longer than you'd think.
  • Great for stuffing the opponent on reaction, either air-to-air or air-to-ground.
  • Combos into EX Shippuken, for a powerful approach.

Jump B

jump B
j.B
j.B
XV geese jb ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

hop hop

40 High - 6 9 1 on ground - - - 30 50

jump jump

45 High - 6 10 1 on ground - - - 30 60
  • Jump/super jump version can cross up, even vs small crouching characters
  • Cannot be low-profiled by 2Bs and the like
  • Very active for a light. Easily leads to combo on jump-in and serves as a good backup air-to-air as well.

Jump C

jump C
j.C
j.C
XV geese jc ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

hop hop

80 (40+20+20) High(1), Mid - 14 3 (2) 3 (2) 2 1 on ground - - - 60 (30+15+15) 120 (60+30+30)

jump jump

80 (40+20+20) High(1), Mid - 12 3 (2) 3 (2) 3 (2) 3 1 on ground - - - 60 (30+15+15) 120 (60+30+30)
  • Hits multiple times, up to three times on a standing tall opponent if done from a hop
  • Long startup, but once the attack starts it keeps going until Geese lands.
  • Guarantees a combo if it hits.
  • Full jump version applies damage scaling.

A slow, but powerful jump-in that hits up to three times, practically guaranteeing a combo if it lands. Deals more damage than average if all three hits land. Geese will lose out on a small amount of damage if the third hit doesn't land.

Jump D

jump D
j.D
j.D
XV geese jd ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

hop hop

70 High - 7 5 1 on ground - - - 70 100

jump jump

70 High - 7 6 1 on ground - - - 70 120
  • Jump/super jump version can cross up, even vs small crouching characters
  • Can be low-profiled by some 2Bs and other moves with lowered hurtboxes when used as a cross up
  • Effective air-to-air poke, particularly from a neutral or backward jump. Not as effective as j.CD, but the startup is much faster.

Rush

rush
cl.AA/cl.AAX
cl.AA/cl.AAX
XV geese rush1 ima.png
XV geese rush2 ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

cl.AA cl.AA

48 (25+25) Mid Rush 8 - - -2 -4 - 30 120 (60+60)

cl.AAX cl.AAX

70 (25+25+25) Mid Rush 11 - - -8 -10 - 30 180 (60+60+60)
  • A rush combo that ends with either A Fudou Ken with its followup, (MAX) Raigou Reppuu Ken or Raging Storm.
  • The rush combo ending with Fudou Ken is unironically his optimal meterless route following a low light confirm.

Blowback

Blowback

Blowback
CD
CD
XV geese cd ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
75 Mid special 14 6 20 Wall Splat - HKD (gnd) (74 to 90) -3 - 100 160
  • Great range. Moves Geese forward a bit. Can hit opponents from round start if they attempt an approach or attack.
  • Great for oki after an OTG slam. Geese has enough frame advantage to throw out a meaty CD afterward.
  • Recovery on hit is low enough that Geese can run up and OTG slam the opponent even from fullscreen. This is also his optimal meterless combo from wallsplat CD.

Shatterstrike

Shatterstrike
236CD
236CD
XV geese 236cd ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
75 Mid - 15 6 27 Crumple - HKD (+93) -10 Armor: 4 to 14 (11 frames) 0 200
  • The great range on Geese's CD carries over to his Shatterstrike, making this yet another powerful counter in his toolkit.

jump CD

jump CD
j.CD
j.CD
XV geese jcd ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

hop hop

80 Mid - 13 6 1 on ground SKD - - 80 120

jump jump

90 Mid - 13 7 1 on ground SKD - - 80 140
  • Long horizontal range makes it a great aerial poke. Hitbox extends farther than Geese's foot.
  • Short vertical hitbox.
  • Performing this from a neutral jump is guaranteed to beat out the vast majority of aerials and approaches in the game.

Throws

Ko Satsu Shou

Ko Satsu Shou
(close) 4/6C
(close) 4/6C
XV geese cthrow ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
100 N/A - 1 1 0 HKD (34) Unblockable - 0 0
  • Placeholder

Shinkuu Nage

Shinkuu Nage
(close) 4/6D
(close) 4/6D
XV geese dthrow ima.png
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
100 N/A - 1 1 0 HKD (42) Unblockable - 0 0

Geese's former command grab, converted to a basic throw. Has better frame advantage than his C throw.

Command Moves

Raikou Mawashi Geri

Raikou Mawashi Geri
6B
6B
XV geese 6b ima.png
"Thunder Roundhouse Kick"
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
80 [60] Mid super 17 5 16 0 (Close) to 4 (Max Range) -2 (Close) to 2 (Max Range) - 80 [60] 120 [100]
  • Lacks special cancel properties, but can cancel into his OTG grab, even on whiff.
  • Is MAX cancellable, serving as a stronger replacement for 6A in MAX confirm combos.
  • Safe enough on block that you can counter the opponent's attempt at a punish if you guess their response correctly.

Mainly used for Super Special/Quick Max confirms, as an ender for small blockstrings, or to get closer to the opponent to perform his OTG grab, which is the only special this move cancels into. Due to its generous forward movement (about half screen), it can be spaced out to be up to +2 on block.

Tendoh Kudaki

Tendoh Kudaki
6A
6A
XV geese 6a ima.png
"Heavenly Smash"
Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers
70 [50] High [Mid] super [special] 22 [15] 6 26 [20] HKD (+30) [-5] -13 [-7] - 60 80
  • Values in [] indicate data when move is cancelled into.
  • Always causes a spiked hard knockdown on airborne opponents.

Mostly standard overhead/combo extender. Causes a hard knockdown on raw hit. Main move for combos/blockstrings. When used as a mixup 6A has relatively low reward, as the hard knockdown property prevents Geese from getting any Quick Max or super combos off of it. He can, however, tack on additional damage with his OTG grab.

Special Moves

Reppuken

Reppuken
236A/C/AC
236A/C/AC
XV geese 236a ima.png
XV geese 236c ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

A A

65 Mid super 15 Full Screen Projectile 30 -4 (Close) to 25 (Max Range) -4 (Close) to 25 (Max Range) - 40 40

C C

96 (30+70) Mid super 14 6 (10) Full Screen Projectile 34 SKD (30: Tech / 57: Non-tech) - Close -9 (Close) to 16 (Max Range) - 70 (30+40) 100 (40+60)

AC AC

125 (40+90) Mid - 13 6 (4) Full Screen Projectile 27 Juggle - SKD (38: Tech / 65: Non-tech) - Close -1 (Close) to 26 (Max Range) - 0 80 (40+40)

Reppuken is a very strong and valuable space control tool, useful for keeping the opponent away as well as snuffing out their own fireballs. While other characters have the technique (Rugal, Rock), Geese's version has unique attributes that strengthen his zoning abilities.


236A: A very fast projectile with equally fast recovery. It is also very safe on block at just -4 at point-blank range. This also allows Geese to space himself out far enough during blockstrings to end his blockstrings at plus frames without having to spend meter. 214A is typically preferred as a combo ender, however.


236C: Basically a free EX projectile, Double Reppuken is an excellent overall projectile. It stuffs out meterless projectiles, and also knocks down, much like an EX fireball. It also has a startup stationary hitbox that hits opponents up close and allows it to combo from light attacks at point blank.


236AC: Improves upon 236C in every way possible. 236AC (EX Double Reppuken) is faster in terms of both startup and recovery, and has a larger startup hitbox than 236C, which makes it easier to use as a combo ender. It also has juggle properties, which is important for corner combos.

Shippuu Ken

Shippuu Ken
j.214A/C/AC
j.214A/C/AC
XV geese j214a ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

A A

65 Mid - 11 Diagonal Projectile 10 on ground -17 (Lowest Height) to -26 (Highest Height) -19 (Lowest Height) to -28 (Highest Height) - 40 40

C C

65 - - 11 Diagonal Projectile 10 on ground -25 (Lowest Height) to -31 (Highest Height) -27 (Lowest Height) to -33 (Highest Height) - 40 40

C C

80 Mid - 9 Diagonal Projectile 13 on ground 12 (Lowest Height) to -2 (Highest Height) 10 (Lowest Height) to -4 (Highest Height) - 0 40

Geese throws a fireball from the air, bouncing backward as he does so.

  • Normal versions bounce Geese away, EX retains his jump momentum.
  • Brief recovery on landing.
  • A version has shorter recoil, but more recovery on landing. C version bounces Geese up higher, but has less recovery on landing.
  • Has a much smaller hitbox than its appearance implies.

Shippuken is a powerful projectile that strengthens Geese's zoning game as well as his offense. Rather than halt his momentum entirely, Shippuken will bounce Geese away from the opponent after startup, allowing him to keep his distance. Meanwhile, EX Shippuken will retain Geese's jump momentum entirely, which also makes it a great pressure tool, as it is significantly plus the lower Geese is to the ground.

One thing to note, however, is that Geese will float a noticeable amount after using Shippuken, which leaves him quite vulnerable after using the move. If Shippuken were to whiff, for example, Geese would be left wide open for a highly damaging punish. Therefore, you should exercise caution with Shippuken so as to not get punished while trying to zone the opponent. This issue can be avoided by spending meter, but there is really not much of a good reason to be spending meter on zoning with Shippuken.

Fudou Ken

Fudou Ken
214A/C/AC
214A/C/AC
XV geese 214a ima.png
R.I.P. Jaei Ken 1995-2009
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

A A

60 Mid super 8 5 18 -2 -4 - 40 60

C C

70 Mid super 16 5 20 -4 -6 - 40 60

AC AC

60 Mid - 12 9 16 Crumple - HKD (+101) -8 - 0 60

Fudou Ken is a multi-purpose tool that can be used as a neutral poke, as a combo ender, or for mixups. With meter, it's a very important combo extender that forms the basis of his metered combos. All followups for Fudou Ken are very unsafe on block.


214A: An extremely fast strike at 8 frames of startup. Despite being -4 on block, the pushback prevents Geese from being punished by any 4-frame buttons, making it an incredibly safe blockstring ender. 214A is Geese's go-to special for basic combos and pestering the opponent.


214C: A slower strike with twice the startup, meaning it can only combo from heavy attacks, but has three different followups—a mid, a low, and an overhead—that all lead to hard knockdowns and can be used as combo enders or as a mixup. C Fudou Ken has higher pushback than A Fudou Ken, but also has a higher frame disadvantage and can be punished by fast, long-reaching buttons, such as some 5Bs.


214AC: A fast crumpling attack that has the same followups as C Fudou Ken, but the followups have slightly lower disadvantage (though still very unsafe). AC Fudou Ken also has almost no pushback and has twice the disadvantage as A Fudou Ken on block, making it very easy to punish.

Fudou Ken Followups

Fudou Ken • A
214C/AC~6P
214C/AC~6P
XV geese 214c 6p ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

C C

80 Mid Super 12 5 28 HKD (+65) -14 - 80 60

AC AC

40 Mid - 11 7 18 Wall Bounce - HKD(+85) -8 - 0 60
  • EX version causes a wallbounce.
  • Great corner carry, allows for a 6B kara cancelled OTG 632146P if close enough.

Forward double palm with the highest damage out of all followups as well as the best followup to use if going for a super cancel.

Fudou Ken • Ba
214C/AC~2K
214C/AC~2K
XV geese 214c 2k ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

C C

70 Low super 19 2 28 HKD (+46) -11 - 60 60

AC AC

100 Low - 19 2 22 HKD (+26) -5 - 0 120
  • Hits low

Very unsafe on block with moderate pushback. Can be easily punished by sweeps.

Fudou Ken • Un
214C/AC~6K
214C/AC~6K
XV geese 214c 6k ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

C C

70 High super 25 5 27 HKD (+32) -13 - 60 60

AC AC

60 High - 22 4 23 HKD (+37) -8 - 0 60
  • Applies a 30% scaling penalty to the next hit.

Causes a spiked hard knockdown right in front of Geese, guaranteeing an OTG grab. Do note that the OTG grab will be heavily scaled.

Fudou Ken • O
214A~6P
214A~6P
XV geese 214a 6p ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

A A

60 Mid super 11 5 30 SKD (20: Tech / 47: Non-tech) -15 - 60 60
  • Your optimal (and only) ender for light combos

The new followup ender for light Fudou Ken. Leads into a soft knockdown.

Jyoudan Atemi

Jyoudan Atemi
63214B/BD
63214B/BD
XV geese 63214b ima.png
"High Hit Throw"
"Predictabo"
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

B B

150 - - 3 17 (Counter Window) 24 HKD (+36) - - 0 0

BD BD

180 - - 1 8 (Counter Window) 31 HKD (+36) - - 0 0

63214B: Counters all physical aerial moves, high/mid physical specials (including Shatter Strikes), and Super Special moves.
63214BD: Counters all physical aerial moves, high/mid grounded normals, high/mid physical specials (including Shatter Strikes), and Super Special moves. Cannot be followed up after a successful counter whatsoever.
All versions switch sides.


The most well-known of Geese's counters, largely because it's the one players end up seeing the most. This catches any and all physical specials, supers, Climaxes, and aerials. As these are among the easiest moves to counter, this tends to be the easiest of Geese's counters to pull off. Unlike many other counters, upon activation Geese will immediately put the opponent in a throw state regardless of the attack it stops, rather than simply launching an attack. The EX version catches everything but lows, and comes out frame 1. In most cases, Jyoudan Atemi will be a better option than Oni Hanmon, as you're spending half the meter for only slightly less damage.

Chuudan Atemi

Chuudan Atemi
63214D
63214D
XV geese 63214d ima.png
"Center Hit Throw"
"Perceptabo"
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

D D

- - - 3 17 (Counter Window) 24 +20 - - 0 0

Counters all mid/overhead ground normal attacks. Switches sides and leaves the opponent wide open with a +20 frame advantage. Applies a scaling penalty to the following hits, starting at 15%.


Switches sides and allows for a full combo. You can run and use cl.C to punish them, but if you can't land it, use cr.C instead, there isn't much difference. If you want the MAXIMUM damage and meter build, you can do a short hop into j.HP and then use cl.C, but the timing is tight. Any combo you follow up with will be heavily scaled down in damage, so you'll need to decide what will get you the damage you want vs. how much meter you want to spend on reduced damage.

Gedan Atemi

Gedan Atemi
41236B/BD
41236B/BD
XV geese 41236b ima.png
"Low Hit Throw"
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

B B

150 - - 3 17 (Counter Window) 24 HKD (+53) - - 0 0

BD BD

220 - - 1 19 (Counter Window) 26 HKD (+53) - - 0 0

Counters all low physical attacks. Knocks the opponent to the other side of the screen.


Launches opponent fullscreen. Can be followed up with an OTG grab or Raging Storm in the corner, and this time the Raging Storm does not scale, allowing for some pretty crazy damage in the corner off a countered low. The normal version comes out 1 frame sooner than most crouching lows, but the EX version is your best bet for catching people trying to low confirm on your wakeup.

The EX version deals more damage than many characters' Supers, and has the longest active period out of any of his counters. If you're going to go for a low counter, there's very little reason (aside from having no meter) not to go for the EX version. Especially against characters that heavily rely on low pokes and confirms. Making this move a regular part of your gameplan can have devastating results in certain matchups. A sweeping Clark or Shermie, or a Kula mashing Cr.B, will need to fear losing almost a quarter of their health for sticking their foot out at you.

Raimei Gouha Nage

Raimei Gouha Nage
632146A/C/AC
632146A/C/AC
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Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

A/C A/C

100 - - 1 1 49 KND (+10) - - 0 0

AC AC

120 - - 1 2 48 KND (+24) - - 0 0

Geese grabs the opponent off the ground and slams them back down.

  • EX version does a minimum of 60 damage.
  • Normal version sideswitches, EX does not.
  • This move only functions as an OTG, so nothing will happen if the opponent hasn't been knocked down.

OTG grab. Most of Geese's combos end in a hard knockdown that should give you time to run up and grab with this unless you're the one with your back to the corner. While this usually tacks on a considerable amount of damage (often the equivalent of spending an EX in a combo), your advantage after is very minimal and you switch sides, potentially losing the corner if you pushed them there. Consider that before going for this every time possible.

If you can spare half a bar, EX is preferable as it does more damage, and doesn't side-switch, so you don't lose the corner. You'll also have significantly more frame advantage, as well.

Hishou Nichirin Zan

Hishou Nichirin Zan
623A/C/AC
623A/C/AC
XV geese 623a ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

A A

70 Mid - 25 6 16 SKD (36: Tech / 76: Non-tech) - Stand Hit -3 (Stand Block) to -1 (Crouch Block) - 30 50

C C

100 Mid - 38 5 14 HKD (46 - Stand hit / 48 Crouch Hit) 0 (Stand Block) to 2 (Crouch Block) - 80 100

AC AC

120 (40+80) Mid - 6 2 (30) 5 15 Ground Bounce - HKD (74) 1st hit only -33 / 2nd Hit (-1 (Stand Block) to 1 (Crouch Block)) - 0 100 (50+50)
  • C is a great oki tool, if it crosses up its plus but if it doesn't its neutral. Groundbounces on counterhit, and can still combo into the EX version for another groundbounce.
  • EX is your go-to combo extender for 0.5 - 3 bar combos.

Hishou Nichirin Zan is a rather unorthodox pressure tool that you probably won't often see meterless, as 214A is usually a better option. Despite appearances, Hishou Nichirin Zan is not an anti-air whatsoever, and unlike in previous games, it does not have multiple hits and cannot be combo'd into unless you spend meter. Both of the meterless versions leave noticeable gaps in blockstrings that can be punished, though Geese flies relatively high before the attack that can make punishing it difficult.


623A: Soft knockdown. One of Geese's safest blockstring enders, especially if the opponent is crouching, but is otherwise lackluster. Prevents 623AC from being used in the combo if it hits.


623C: Hard knockdown. Very lengthy startup, but is even on block on standing opponents, and +2 on crouching opponents. Groundbounces the opponent if it counterhits, which can lead to some highly damaging punishes. Can be followed up by 623AC. If the opponent has been wallsplatted (after st.CD, for example) 623C will launch the opponent higher up, allowing Geese to get damaging extensions off of his st.CD in the corner.


623AC: Groundbounces into a hard knockdown. Geese's strongest combo extender that does more damage than 214AC > 6P, so you'll probably want to use this in 0.5 bar combos.

Super Special Moves

Raigou Reppuu Ken

Raigou Reppuu Ken
2363214A/C/AC
2363214A/C/AC
XV geese 2363214p ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

A or C A or C

180 (40*3+60) [60 (20*3)] Mid advanced, climax 12 Full Screen Projectile 51 HKD (67) - Close -12 (Close) to 2 (Max Range) Full Body: 1 to 3 (3 Frames) 0 0

AC AC

330 (50*5+80) [150 (30*5)] Mid climax 11 Full Screen Projectile 50 HKD (74) - Close -5 (Close) to 9 (Max Range) Full Body: 1 (1 Frame) 0 0
  • Values in [] represent damage when the move OTGs.
  • Loses a huge amount of damage if used to OTG.

Incredibly fast projectile super, able to punish most zoning on reaction. The Level 2 version is even faster, making it one of the fastest projectiles in the game. If attempting a Climax Cancel into Raging Storm, the move must be performed the moment Geese fires the shot (so right as the super flash and windup animation end). The hitbox on the projectile is actually significantly larger if cancelled into, allowing this move to be comboed into from Fudo Ken follow-ups that would otherwise knock the opponent out of its range.

While this move can OTG, it is very meter inefficient to do so. The OTG version of this move can also climax cancel and combo into Raging Storm, but it should be also be avoided due to the heavy scaling to Raging Storm specific to this OTG route. It is essential to use routes that avoid OTG Raigou Reppuken or simply going straight into Raging Storm for more damage.

Oni Hanmon

Oni Hanmon
2363214B/D/BD
2363214B/D/BD
XV geese 2363214k ima.png
Say "no" to wakeup pressure
"Demonic Agony"
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

B or D B or D

230 - advanced, climax 1 10 (Counter Window) 35 HKD (14) - - 0 0

BD BD

370 - climax 1 10 (Counter Window) 35 HKD (+15) - - 0 0
  • Counters all physical attacks.
  • Can only combo into Raging Storm.

A frame-1 counter that parries any physical move without exception, dealing 20%-35% if it lands. Unlike Jyoudan Atemi, Oni Hanmon can be followed up with Raging Storm, dealing up to 65.5% from a counter. Oni Hanmon is harder to notice than Geese's other counter throws, with only a faint sound effect that can easily be drowned out by the rest of the game followed by a pose. It is slightly more prone to being punished, however, as it has a smaller counter window than his Atemi counters and longer recovery. While it is easier to catch the opponents attacks with Oni Hanmon, it is as high risk, high reward as his other counters.

Climax Super Special Moves

Raging Storm

Raging Storm
2141236CD
2141236CD
XV geese 2141236cd ima.png
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

regular regular

450 (20*15+150) Min:225 - - 8 32 73 HKD (+44) -56 Full Body: 1 to 12 (12 Frames) 0 0
  • This move can OTG without any additional scaling penalty. However, if climaxed cancelled into off an OTG Raigou Reppuu Ken, an additional 30% scaling is applied.
  • As a nod to this move's traditional input, it is possible to input this as 1632143CD.

Geese's iconic, signature super. Has decently quick startup, but this also means that it has less invulnerability than other Climax supers. However, that doesn't matter much, as Raging Storm is essentially a massive active hitbox after startup.

Rashoumon

Rashoumon
2363214CD
2363214CD
XV geese 2363214cd ima.png
Imagine trying to pressure a Geese with 3 bars
Version Damagez (x+y) means the move has two hits.
The first does x,
the second does y,
for a total of z.
Damage dealt by the move.
10 is 1%.
Guard (1) means only the first hit has to be blocked that way, (2) the second,
No bracket means the entire move has to be blocked said way.
How this attack has to be blocked. Throws and unblockables will stay empty.
Cancel (1) means only the first hit is cancelable, (2) the second,
(x~y) every hit from x to y,
No bracket means the entire move is.
Whether this move is special or super cancelable.
If neither, will stay empty.
StartupNumber of frames for the move to become active, first active frame included. Activex, (y), z means the move has two hits. The 1st is active for x frames
Followed by a y frame gap
Then the 2nd is active for z frames.
Number of frames the move is active, meaning able to connect, for.
RecoveryNumber of frames past its active frames for the move to end and the character to recover unless the move is canceled. Hit Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
SKD is soft knockdown, HKD is hard.
After the move hits,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Block Advantagex ~ y means the move has different frame advantage depending on range.
x when done point-blank.
y on the tip.
After the move is blocked,
number of frames the character recovers before (+) or after (-) the opponent.
Invulnerability(Startup) means the move is invincible until after its 1st active frame.
(Startup - 1) means it's invincible until its 1st active frame.
Throw and/or Hit Invincibility the move has. (frames)_TYPE_(Location).
Startup or Active may be used to note the frame range.
StunAmount of stun damage a move inflicts. This will not factor in proration if applicable Guard DamageDamage done to the guard bar regardless of multipliers

regular regular

500 Min: 250 Throw - 1 4 80 HKD (33) Unblockable Full Body: 1 to 4 (4 Frames) 0 0
  • Command grab, cannot be dodged whatsoever after super flash.
  • Can be comboed into, but there really isn't any combo that leads into it that does anywhere near the damage gained from a 3-bar combo into Raging Storm.
  • Incredibly short range.

A frame-1 command grab with full-body invincibility on its first four frames, allowing it to snuff out any of the opponent's attacks while Geese is defending himself. It also does immense damage, taking away 50% of the opponent's total health in an instant. Overall, this is the most damaging Climax super in the game by a decent margin, and probably one of the scariest.

However, it's strictly for reversal purposes, and more situational than Raging Storm. Like most command grabs, its range is relatively mediocre, so don't expect it to connect unless you're close to the opponent; if it whiffs, you're going to be eating a massive punish. While it can be canceled into, it won't connect against opponents in blockstun, and regardless, in most scenarios you'll be losing out on damage since it doesn't connect on airborne opponents (including grounded opponents who have been knocked down). You are better off using Raging Storm for combos, and Rashoumon for sudden mixups.

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