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  |hitbox=tsubaki/
 
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Uses 25 heat. Can be used in combos as an extender and to help with damage.
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Tsubaki swings her book over her head. Uses 25 heat and can be used in combos as an extender and to help with damage.  
 
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Revision as of 01:50, 31 December 2012

File:Tsubaki BBCP.jpg
Tsubaki Yayoi

Overview

Devoted to training from an early age, she possesses tremendous combat ability despite being a woman. After graduating from the Military Academy, she took an active role as the Lieutenant of the organization known as the 0th Division. Following the events of CT, she travels to the city of "Kagutsuchi", to assassinate Jin and her former classmate and best friend Noel for deserting the NOL.

Health: 11,000
Play-style: Rush-down, Mix-up, Flashy
Movement Options: 1 Double Jump/Airdash, Run-type Dash


Drive: Install

Tsubaki’s drive is called Install. Pressing 5D, 2D, or j.D will cause her to “charge” her install meter. Holding the button on 5D, 2D, or j.D will cause charging to accelerate at a specific rate. Gaining and using charges effectively is key to being successful with Tsubaki. The D versions of her specials have properties that can lead to new mix-up options, damage, and combos which will be explained later. She can only hold a maximum of 5 charges at any time during a round and any left over charges will not be carried to the next round. Some of Tsubaki's normals can be "charge-cancelled" which is used to cancel the recovery of those moves. The normals that can be charge cancelled are noted below.

Tsubaki also has a Distortion Drive called "Macto Maledictus" (214214D) or more commonly referred to as "Tsubaki Mugen/Install" which will use up all the charges that she has but will allow you to use as many D specials that you want for a certain amount of time depending on how many charges were used to initially start it. This distortion is an important aspect of Tsubaki that is far more practical compared to her other iterations due to how much more damage she gains, compared to how much damage she causes normally, while using it. Also, her charge meter will NOT go down during hit-stop while in Mugen.

Tsubaki's ability to delay many of her gatlings is actually quite useful for punishing IB specialists and mashing alike, you just have to know what options are available to you at the given time and predict the move of your opponent that you can punish.


Overdrive: Second Install

When Tsubaki activates her overdrive, she automatically gains charges at a set rate for however long OD will last when used depending on her health. For example, if you choose to use her OD in the beginning of a match, you will gain, at most, 2 charges before it ends. Charge cancelling recovery are faster during OD. Her normals 6A, 6B, 6BB, 6C, 6CC, 2C, j.CC can be OD canceled.

If you try to activate her distortion drive "Macto Maledictus" aka Tsubaki Mugen/Install (214214D) and then OD to gain the benefits of both, Mugen will take priority. This means that her charge bar will start to drain instead of gaining charges.

Some general information on overdrive (OD) as it is a new system mechanic in Chrono Phantasma:

  • You activate OD by pressing A+B+C+D when you are not blocking or taking damage, as OD and bursts use the same input.
  • The OD gauge becomes 3/4 depleted after being used but it recharges with time. How much has been recharged will carry over to the next round.
  • Since the gauge is used for both OD and bursts, if you use OD you can not burst until the gauge is full again and vice versa (if you burst you can not use OD).
  • The lower your health, the longer OD will last and the match timer will also freeze while OD is active.
  • You can NOT burst out of combos during OD.

Move List

See also: Tsubaki Full Frame Data This is Extend Frame Data. CP Frame data is not out yet.

Normal Moves

Notes
  • 5A and 2A can only be done up to three times in any string, even on whiff.
  • All of Tsubaki's normals, besides 5A/2A, are air unblockable.
  • 6A, 3C, and 3CC are her only moves that have a chance to fatal counter.

5A
BBCS Tsubaki 5A.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
300 - 100 75 - - - - Click!

Standard jab which hits crouching opponents. Used as a basic jab attack but lacks range. Not an anti-air. 5A however is extremely useful where you're opting for tick throws. It's also very useful for scoring throw reject misses, or for lengthening blockstrings, as it is not too unsafe on block. Remember you can only do this up to 3 times max consecutively. 5A > 5C also provides you with a frame trap in case players try to outpoke you out of your pressure.


5B
BBCS Tsubaki 5B.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
520 - 100 84 - - - - Click!

Tsubaki's best-ranged normal. Pokes far, and because of the range, it does have good priority. She gains a high/low mixup from this starter and so it is excellent when used as a pressure tool; It is important to note that it does not combo into other normals at max range. A must-use normal in Tsubaki's repertoire as it is her best poking tool.


5BB
BBCS Tsubaki 5BB.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
400 - 100 80 - - - - Click!

Has a slight vacuuming effect. Can whiff if 5B hits too far which can leave you open to be attacked. You can frame trap the opponent by delaying 5BB, however players can opt to backdash out of 5BB.


5C
BBCS Tsubaki 5C.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
640 - 100 89 - - - - Click!

Less range than 5B, good filler in blockstrings and combos; charge and special-cancellable. Only really usable in 5A range. Air-unblockable.


5CC
BBCS Tsubaki 5CC.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
620 - 100 87 - - - - Click!

Standard filler on combos. Barrier blocking can easily push Tsubaki out causing this to whiff, leaving her vulnerable to an attack. Again this can be delayed from 5C to provide another frame trap for really good damage.


2A
BBCS Tsubaki 2A.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
300 - 100 75 - - - - Click!

Standard crouching jab which is very good when used to initiate pressure/jab out.


2B
BBCS Tsubaki 2B.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
400 - 90 80 - - - - Click!

Low hit, standard filler in BnBs. Can chain to overhead or additional low, but can be interrupted during the process.


2BB
BBCS Tsubaki 2BB.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
480 - 90 80 - - - - Click!

Low hit.


2C
BBCS Tsubaki 2C.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
660 - 90 87 - - - - Click!

This is one of the better anti-airs in the game but it doesn't float enough for you to followup UNLESS you input 2CC. Even a slight delay will cause the follow-up to whiff. This move can be OD cancelled.


2CC
BBCS Tsubaki 2CC.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
680 - 100 87 - - - - Click!

Followup to 2C, can lead to air combo on anti-air 2C hit. Jump-cancellable.


6A
BBCS Tsubaki 6A.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
620 - 80 89 - - - - Click!

Tsubaki's overhead that can cancel to [4]6C/D and is a good combo starter. This can also be OD cancelled.


6B
BBCS Tsubaki 6B.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
480 - 90 92 - - - - Click!

A move where Tsubaki spins then does a low kick. The beginning looks similar to 6A so it can be used for an ambigious mix-up. Hits low, goes into it's follow-up 6BB and can be OD cancelled. On CH, it causes the opponent to trip.


6BB
BBCS Tsubaki 6BB.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
560 - 90 92 - - - - Click!

Low hit, followup to 6B. Causes slide when it hits an opponent that was in the air and can be OD cancelled.


6C
BBCS Tsubaki 6C.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
250*6 - 100 94 - - - - Click!

Whip-based attack, hits multiple times, special (on hit), OD and jump cancellable. It downs the opponent and can help close gaps in pressure such as when you're opponent is barrier blocking.


6CC
BBCS Tsubaki 6CC.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
300*3 - 100 84 - - - - Click!

Followup to 6C where she shoots a sword upwards from the ground. It can be OD cancelled. It is usually used as combo filler after a successful 6C hit and it launches on hit.


3C
BBCS Tsubaki 3C.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
720 - 95 94 - - - - Click!

Standard slide, although it does not go under anything. However, it does allow Tsubaki to travel pretty far for a sliding low. It can not gatling into any other move other than it's followup unless unless rapid cancelled. Can deliver a fatal counter which can lead into combos without rapid cancelling, and it does provide an excellent corner carry. You can also use this and it's follow-up for oki after a knock down. This is explained more in the "Offense" section.


3CC
BBCS Tsubaki 3CC.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
980 - 95 84 - - - - Click!

Followup to 3C. One of Tsubaki’s launchers and is now a fatal counter.


j.A
BBCS Tsubaki jA.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
300 - 90 77 - - - - Click!

Her standard anti-air jab. Not to be used in an air to air battle due to the lack of range. On block however it is useful for applying air pressure and you could opt to go into a tick throw.


j.B
BBCS Tsubaki jB.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
420 - 90 80 - - - - Click!

Horizontal normal, used in air combos. This makes a better air to air normal to use than j.A because it has slightly more range, and is better to use than j.C because it's faster, but even then, it's used very rarely. If you are attempting to play air to air with your opponent, this should be one of your options.


j.BB
BBCS Tsubaki jBB.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
570 - 90 84 - - - - Click!

Downward poking attack which is only really used in combos. It is also very rarely used in anti-air instances.


j.C
BBCS Tsubaki jC.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
530 - 90 84 - - - - Click!

Best ranged air normal and has the best vertical hitbox out of all her normals. Can combo after j.B and its followup. If you're close enough to the ground, j.C can connect to 5A, 5B, and 5C. It does not happen often but if it does it's an option. On CH j.C and you're close enough to the ground, you can land > 2CC > IAD combo. However, it still doesn't have much priority over other character's air normals and so it can be more disrespected because of the slower startup it has. On block however, you can delay this into a j.CC to add more overhead pressure, or you could jump cancel the j.C. The j.CC delay can be beat with reversals however, but the jump cancel is also useful for applying further air pressure or baiting a counter assault or reversal.


j.CC
BBCS Tsubaki jCC.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
680 - 90 87 - - - - Click!

Whip-based attack, used in combos mostly, or after j.C hit confirms. Can be used for movement to make Tsubaki "glide" a bit during air dashing. This can be OD cancelled. If close enough to the ground, you can go into 5A and 5B. This usually happens if you jump-in on your opponent first with j.C and then delay the j.CC a little bit as if you were doing the IAD combo and then land to continue.


Crush Trigger
5A+B
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
1000 80 100 *ignores character combo rate - - - - Click!

Tsubaki swings her book over her head. Uses 25 heat and can be used in combos as an extender and to help with damage.


Counter Assault
6A+B
BBCS Tsubaki Decus.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
- - - - - - - - Click!

Uses 50 heat. Has the same animation as her 22X. It is quite fast, and since Tsubaki is quite frail defensively, it would be a good idea to use this to get out of heavy pressure.


Drive Moves

Notes
  • Tsubaki will be in a CH state when charging.

5D
BBCS Tsubaki 5D.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
- - - - - - - - Click!

Appears to have the same charge rate as 2D.


2D
BBCS Tsubaki 2D.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
- - - - - - - - Click!

Appears to have the same charge rate as 5D.


j.D
BBCS Tsubaki jD.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
- - - - - - - - Click!

Balance of charging speed and recovery, also decreases her falling speed, and so it can be good for avoiding AAs. The charge rate has depends on how high you start to charge. If done from higher on the screen she barely gets any charge compared to if she tries to use it closer to the ground.


Throws

Notes

Forward Throw
B+C
BBCS Tsubaki FThrow.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
0,1400 - 100 60 - - - - Click!


Back Throw
4B+C
BBCS Tsubaki BThrow.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
0,1400 - 100 60 - - - - Click!

The same as her forward throw though she turns and throws you backwards instead. The timing for the 236D or 6CC if you back throw them into the corner afterwards is a little bit more lax compared to her forward throw.


Air Throw
j.B+C
BBCS Tsubaki AThrow.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
0,1400 - 100 60 - - - - Click!

When going into the air with your opponent, this is usually your best option. The air grab provides you with multiple ways of following up such as using 6CC, 2B, 5C, or even an air special.


Special Moves

Notes
  • When reading the frame data for the D version of her specials: if there is a parenthesis around the value, that is the value for when she is in Mugen/Install (214214D).
  • All D versions of specials require one charge unless in Mugen/Install (214214D).
  • All specials can be cancelled to D specials on block or whiff with the exception of 22x and j.214x but you cannot cancel to non-D specials.

Shinsa: Mu he Izanau Kusari
63214C
Version Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
C Version 0,0,80*12 (960 guaranteed) - 90 100,80,64,80*11 - - - - Click!

Tsubaki's command throw. When it successfully connects, it will give her two charges. It can be rapid cancelled.


Shingi: Yami wo Ugatsu Agari
[4]6X
Version Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
C Version 300 - 75 90 - - - - Click!
D Version 450 - 75 100 - - - - Click!

One of Tsubaki's new moves which launches a ground projectile towards her opponent. It is good for spacing, pressure and gaining charges.


Sanctus Aequum
236X
BBCS Tsubaki Aequum.png
Version Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
A Version 600 - 80 67 - - - - Click!
B Version 700 - 80 72 - - - - Click!
C Version 800 - 80 82 - - - - Click!
D Version 1100 - 80 89 - - - - Click!

Charges forward with shield in front, each version moves her forward a bit more.


Sanctus Veritas
214X
BBCS Tsubaki Veritas.png
Version Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
B Version 750 - 75 75 - - - - Click!
B Version (Follow-up) - - - - - - - - Click!
D Version 1100 - 75 87 - - - - Click!
D Version (Follow-up) - - - - - - - - Click!

Tsubaki moves forward while swinging her sword upwards. The D version has lost it's invincibility and is used more as a combo extender.


Sanctum Decus
22X
BBCS Tsubaki Decus.png
Version Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
B Version 600 - 100 84 - - - - Click!
B Version (Charged) 900 - 100 87 - - - - Click!
B Version (Follow-up) - - - - - - - - Click!
B Version (Charged followup) - - - - - - - - Click!
D Version 900 - 100 87 - - - - Click!
D Version (Charged) 1200 - 100 94 - - - - Click!
D Version (Follow-up) - - - - - - - - Click!
D Version (Charged followup) - - - - - - - - Click!

22D fully charged is no longer an unblockable though it now fatal counters. If fully charged and used in overdrive it will guard crush the opponent as long as they are not barrier guarding.


Benedictus Rex
623X
BBCS Tsubaki BenedictusRex.png
Version Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
C Version 800 - 60 84 - - - - Click!
D Version 550*3 - 70 82 - - - - Click!

Tsubaki's DP. The C version is no longer a projectile.


Aequum Elesion
j.236X
BBCS Tsubaki AequumElesion.png
Version Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
A Version 800,300 - 100,75 89,90 - - - - Click!
A Version (Follow-up) - - - - - - - - Click!
D Version 950,450 - 100,75 92,100 - - - - Click!
D Version (Follow-up) - - - - - - - - Click!

Both versions release an orb when used. The A orb may disappear before it reaches the ground if released high enough.


Lux Aeterna
j.214X
BBCS Tsubaki LuxAeterna.png
Version Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
A Version 500 - 90 67 - - - - Click!
A Version (Follow-up) 1000 - - 82 - - - - Click!
B Version 650 - 90 72 - - - - Click!
B Version (Follow-up) 1000 - - 82 - - - - Click!
C Version 800 - 90 82 - - - - Click!
C Version (Follow-up) 1000 - - 82 - - - - Click!
D Version 1000 - 90 92 - - - - Click!
D Version (Follow-up) 1000 - - 82 - - - - Click!

Can be charge-cancelled and keep oki. The D version still causes slide on hit.


Aequum Elesion (aura)
j.236D > j.214D (aura)
BBCS Tsubaki AequumElesionD.png
There should be a ball of sparkles between the two moves and she goes through the ball
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
240*9 - 90 99*9 - - - - Click!

Makes viewers go "oooooh" when used. This move is when you use 236D which releases a small ball projectile. Immediately after inputting the 236D you use 214D for Tsubaki to connect with the ball which lets her hit her opponent multiple times compared to her regular 214D series which only hits once. Since this move uses 236D as well as 214D, you will always use two charges when doing this particular move. You can also leave the projectile alone to somewhat stop your opponent from approaching since it falls in a downward diagonal fashion.


Shingi: Yami wo Ugatsu Agari (Aura)
[4]6C/D > 236D (aura)
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
280*7 - 80 99*7 - - - - Click!

The ground version of the above aura using her new ground projectile and 236D. It is projectile invulnerable.




Distortion Drives


Shinpatsu: Chi wo Hofuru Yaiba
632146B
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
450x8 - 60 96 (per hit) - - - - Click!

Tsubaki's new super that where she summons 8 blades. A long range super that is projectile invincible when it starts has full invincibility during her "backdash" in the super. It is possible to hit her out of it during start-up when the blades are still coming out so it is not recommended to be used as if it were a reversal super.


Confutatis Maledictis
236236C/D
BBCS Tsubaki ConfutatisMaledictis.png
Version Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
C Version 300,700*3 (60,140*3 guaranteed) - 100 92*4 - - - - Click!
D Version 300,2000 (60,600 guaranteed) - 100 92*2 - - - - Click!

C-version does the super without using charge and has invincibility until the first hitting frame. Can be used as a reversal-super. D-version does not have invincibility and uses all remaining charge. The amount of damage the D-version will do on the second hit depends on how many bars of charge you have when used. For an idea of how much damage you would get and proration for how much D charge is used normally and during OD, check out this thread and scroll to the bottom of the collapsed Damage and Move Proration section.

If the D-version is used during mugen (214214D), it will use the amount of charge stock that Tsubaki has on mugen activation. This should only really be used for combo killers because the minimum damage is very small, and plus there are much more efficient ways of using the heat, such as using it for 3CC RC and mugen. It does however knock the opponent away from you, which allows you time to charge.


Macto Maledictis
214214D
BBCS Tsubaki MactoMaledictis.png
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
- - - - - - - - Click!

Tsubaki install, works like mugen but for charge meter. There is also a 110% proration bonus the first time any D special hits. You must have at least one bar of charge before it can be activated. It will gradually drain your charge meter until it reaches 0, and then the super will end. The meter will not drain during hitstop. Usually should only be used in a situation where you can actually "spam" D specials, like in a corner combo situation since it will not consume 1 charge bar for each move. This distortion boosts the damage of the drive specials used in the combo. Because of this, your opponent may feel more motivated to burst which will cause you to waste all your charge so choose when to use this with caution. Can also be used to make viewers go "ooooh" and "ahhhh."



Astral Heat

Requiem Aeternam
632146C
BBCS Tsubaki RequiemAeternam.png
Nibelung Valesti! Oh wait wrong game...
Damage Heat Gain P1 P2 Startup Active Recovery Frame Adv Hitbox
death 0 - - - - - Click!

Tsubaki’s Astral heat, can be comboed from 22x, j.214D, and other various methods. Has many frames of invincibility.



Strategy

Offense

Tsubaki has a good okizeme option with her 3C(C). This is usually done mid-screen after a knockdown from 22X with a followup dash, though it can also be done in the corner. However, it's not as ambiguous as if it were done at mid-screen. Be wary of your meter to ensure you can still rapid cancel if you make a mistake due to it still being highly unsafe when blocked. You can also feint the second hit of 3CC to block DPs/reversals.

Blockstrings

Resets

Tsubaki Install/Mugen

This is more beneficial to Tsubaki now as it maximizes her damage output with her drive specials as well as her charge meter not going down during hit-stop.



Defense


Charge Setups



Combos

Notes

Tsubaki is one of the few who have extremely flexible combos in BB, so there are a lot of variations to each combo that are listed here. Also refer to the CP Tsubaki Yayoi Combo Compilation Thread for more of her combos though new variations are being found so try things out!

Tips and Tricks
  • For some visual aid, have a look at the combos in this video.
Tsubaki Yayoi Combo Movie [Izayoi...]

Midscreen


No charges

1 charge

2 charges

Corner


No charges

1 charge

2 charges


Install/Mugen Combos

All combos here will require at least 1 charge and 50 meter

Note:

  • The combos listed here are organized under how many charges are needed when you use Mugen itself, not the total amount since some starters may use a D move. Example: A combo starts with 22D and is listed under 1 charge, so that would be 2 charges. However, you only need 1 charge for the Mugen portion of the combo which is why it's listed under 1 charge.

Midscreen


1 charge

2 charges

Corner


1 charge

2 charges

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BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasmae
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