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Genjuro Guide by TVo
From: Tuyen Vo (firstname.lastname@example.org) GENJURO MINI-FAQ Written by Tuyen Vo email: email@example.com Genjuro is powerful for many reasons. 1) He has an uppercut, though not as good as Haoh's it's still darn good. 2) His projectile attack is quick and powerful. 3) That dash slice is hard to block and if done properly can take little ticks of energy of your opponent. 4) His B slice is powerful and quick First of all, Genjuro is good, but you have to watch out for people who like to "bait" you by getting you to B slice and not make contact, leaving you wide open for a quick attack. Use the B slice sparingly and make sure that you contact them. If you like to get into sword fights (meaning just staying on the ground and trying to trick each other into making slice mistakes) use the A instead...it's quick and safe. Against Galford players who like to Invis alot, stay close. If you see him go into the invis then do a quick running slice (quarter circle forward and A) to either hit him or knock him out of it. And with the dog, this is tricky. When you see him order the dog, look at the dog and you can tell if it's going to come at you or from above. If it's from about quickly hit AB for mass damage, if it comes at you from the ground, there's not much to do, but block or if you're quick enough, jump over and kick or slash. That's about it. Watch out for his B attack which has longer reach then you think. And the annoying D kick which sweeps you off your feet. Ukyo players are easier than you think. Whenever he does an afterimage attack of any type, C,D, or CD, just tap a low B. Always hits him when he's done and does mass damage. You should always be blocking low. Whenever he jumps forward to do a flying attack just jump straight up and AB. If he jumps backward and does the phoenix, then just time it to jump over or throw a purple thing to cancel it. The key is patience. Gen-an is tricky though. Remember, just block. The only attack of his that does damage is the spinning blade and the purple cloud. If he does the cloud then just jump over it and slash. If he does the spinning attack, block, then throw a purple thing. If he gets cheap and throw....look for it. Usually a good cheeser is the in the air attack followed by the throw or the jump but no attack and throw. Patience is everything.