Jack6 double backdash test





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Published on Oct 7, 2010

A series of four tests to attempt to show that all characters in Tekken backdash the same distance, but their hitboxes influence how easily they are able to get out of the way of the opponent's attack. The test was suggested by Entomo at http://www.tekkenzaibatsu.com/forums/...

The setup is, Alisa or Jack6 do 2 or 4 backdashes (b for 2 frames, neutral for 1 frame, back for 2 frames) and then Paul holds forwards to get into range, before hitting df+2 to hit them. The backdashes are done on F1 and F50 (and F100 and F150 for the four backdashes). Paul starts holding forward from F200 (so that the animation of the backdash is definitely finished by the time he starts to move forwards.)

The result is, it takes

46F of holding forwards to hit Alisa after two backdashes
33F of holding forwards to hit Jack6 after two backdashes
93F of holding forwards to hit Alisa after four backdashes
79F of holding forwards to hit Jack6 after four backdashes

My interpretation of this would be,
- Alisa's hitbox is (46-33) = 13-14F further back than Jack6's
- Jack6 and Alisa both backdash about 23F per backdash.

Note, where Jack6 bobs up and down, and so his results are very consistent, Alisa sways back and forth, so her results are not as consistent.


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