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Overview

Mu-12 (stylized as μ-No.12-) is a well-rounded character with fast movement, high damage, powerful vortex and low risk zoning.

Mu-12 has dominant neutral, able to out zone most characters with 2B, 5C, j.C, j.2C and her fast movement. In addition to this, her Steins (xD) are a low risk way to create threats for the opponent, either by waiting for the stein to fire or by using her powerful stein specials.

Mu-12 also has an extremely oppressive knockdown situation. Steins can be used to MeatyHitting an opponent to cover the moment as they lose invincibility. The most common one is performing an attack early on okizeme to gain frame advantage and bait reversals. the opponent while punishing all rolls and avoiding reversals, extend pressure, or enforce mixup. Combined with her high damage, Mu can three touch the vast majority of the cast. Her mixup is also fairly strong, as she has multiple ways to set up 50/50A mixup where the opponent has a choice between two options, such as strike-throw or high-low. A "true 50/50" is used to describe a mix-up in which the defender must guess and commit to one option, without any way to determine which option the opponent will choose and react accordingly. situations, such as blockstrings into delayed airdash j.B vs empty low 2B, or 6B1 Rapid Cancel 2B.

While Mu has areas she does not excel at, such as her pressure and defensive tools, she's not bad at them. 2B is a +0 on block normal with extremely low recovery, allowing her to apply a basic stagger pressure gameplan. While her defensive options have flaws such as low range, she still has access to 623C, which is a meterless True ReversalA reversal attack of which the user is invulnerable throughout all startup frames, including the first active frame or more. This is important to note, as some reversals that are not "true" may be beaten by meaties, or are prone to trading on the first active frame..
"I've arrived...reborn as Kusanagi...the destroyer of all living creatures...I am death!"
Lore:Mu-12 is the true form of Noel Vermillion brought to completion though Terumi's ambitions to destroy the Master Unit Amaterasu and by extension the world. She is a perfected Murakumo Unit known as the "Sword of the Godslayer, Kusanagi"; a being capable of killing gods. She is among the most powerful entities the Blazblue universe. During the smelting process, Hazama also forms a life link with her granting both the same near immortality Nu and Ragna share. When Noel first assumed this form she became extremely aggressive, nihilistic, self hating, subservient to Terumi and desired nothing more than the destruction of the world and herself along with it due to past mistreatment and Terumi's manipulations. Later, Noel gains the ability to use her true form at will with the help of Rachel to protect those she cares about. She now maintains her normal personality while getting a confidence boost and a deeper voice when in the form.
Voice:Kanako Kondō
Playstyle
Mu-12 is a well-rounded glass cannon with fast movement, high damage, powerful vortex and low risk zoning.
Pros Cons
  • The Hybrid Advantage: Mu's kit gives her much versatility. She can easily switch between aggressive play and zoning as a situation/matchup demands.
  • Neutral Dominance: Mu has strong buttons in the air and on the ground, very high movement speed, and a strong backdash. Her drives are also very low risk to use due to whiff cancel options, and her drive specials 214D and 236D stay on block or hit respectively.
  • Strength In Setplay: With steins or stein specials Mu can extend pressure or create better mixups.
  • Insane Damage: Mu get high reward off corner combos and midscreen 6B launches, and has easy double super combos to add extreme minimum damage.
  • Decent Defensive Options: Has both a meterless reversal and a reversal super with more range.
  • Bad Mixup Without Steins: Mu has difficulties enforcing high/low mixup without steins to cover gaps.
  • Very Delayed Drive: The delayed nature of all of Mu's Drive mechanic makes it awkward to defend with and can be difficult to aim at more evasive opponents.
  • Steins Can Work Against You: Steins placed during neutral can potentially mess with confirms.
  • Lowest Health: Mu is tied for the lowest possible health value.

Drive: Steins Gunner

Steins Gunner projects a small turret to the targeted location. Steins have a long charge up before they fire, and will not fire or remain active if Mu is hit or blocks an attack. Steins are created aiming at the opponent, and very slightly track before firing.

Steins can also be charged by holding down the Drive button. Charged Steins take longer to fire, but have much more powerful beams and track the opponent significantly more effectively before firing.

Up to four Steins can be on the stage at a time; if Mu tries to set a fifth Stein, it will replace the oldest one, regardless of if the stein has fired yet. Steins are also used for two of Mu's special attacks and one of her supers; Totsuka Blade, Tokotachi Blade, and Blessed Mirror.

All Stein summons are cancellable into Specials, Drives, Jumps, C Normals, and 6B on whiff. Stein whiff cancels are required for all but the most basic of Mu combos, and also allow Steins to be used as a low risk neutral option. A maximum of two steins can be performed per string.

Each stein is numbered by the order they were placed in, starting at one for new steins and ending at four. This is used to indicate the order for Totsuka Blade.

Overdrive: Steins Geiser

New Steins always fire charged lasers. Steins fire extremely quickly. Steins will fire even if Mu is hit or blocks, so long as she is not in hitstun or blockstun when they attempt to fire. Steins Geiser does not change Steins that have already been set. Additionally, all of Mu's Drive related attacks become much stronger. See each move's section for details.

Normal Moves

5A

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
300 All 6 6 7 -1 B -

5A is useful for anti airing due to the above average hitbox and active frames. It also whiffs on most crouching characters, which can be used to bait out throw OS.

  • Jump Cancellable
  • Whiffs all Crouchers, except for Hakumen and Tager.
    • Whiffs on Kagura and Relius too unless they're in blockstun or are using barrier.
  • Can be used 3 times per string.

5B

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
600 Mid 8 3 20 -9 B -

5B is almost exclusively a pressure tool. It has an awful hitbox and awful recovery, recovering only 2 frames faster than 5C. The only reason this move isn't completely outclassed by 6A as a pressure tool is because 5B is -4 on GCOD, while 6A is -7. Otherwise, 6A has better range against crouchers, doesn't consume a B chain so you can do 2B 6A 2B, and retains basically all other properties worth considering.

It also sees infrequent use in combos as a more damaging normal than 2B in situations where you don't have time to use 6A or 5C.

  • Jump Cancellable
  • -4 on GCOD.The difference between the attacker's total animation length and the period the opponent is in overdrive raid. This frame advantage is based off the assumption that both players input during the hitstop of a prior move, so that the attack and ODR start on the same frame.
  • 5B and 2B are tied together - they can be used a combined total of 2 times per string.

5C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
860 Mid 12 3 22 -8 B -

5C is an amazing neutral tool, with high horizontal and vertical range for its speed. It also has very high reward near the corner by using 5C 6C Tachiw wallsplat into a full combo plus setplay.

This button also shines in making Mu's throw extremely irritating to deal with, as even if they tech the throw, 5C is in range to hit the opponent afterwards anyway. Clipping a skittish opponent jumping after a throw tech can lead to very high damage.

  • -10 on GCOD.The difference between the attacker's total animation length and the period the opponent is in overdrive raid. This frame advantage is based off the assumption that both players input during the hitstop of a prior move, so that the attack and ODR start on the same frame. Be careful using this in pressure if they have it available.
  • 5C and 2C are tied together - they can be used a combined total of 2 times per string.

2A

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
300 All 7 4 10 -2 F -

A typical crouching jab. Good for GCOD safe stagger pressure, jab throw TRM attempts, and mashing out of pressure.

  • Throw Cancellable
  • Can be used 3 times per string.

2B

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
560 Low 8 4 10 0 F -

Mu's best normal. 2B is a strong neutral tool with good range and low recovery. It's good for pressure because it's +0 on block, and good for mixup because it's an 8f low. You can even use it to cross under neutral tech! With Mu's ability to convert any hit near the corner into good damage, this normal is also her most consistent source of damage. 2B excels at everything and it should be applied liberally.

  • +5 on GCOD.The difference between the attacker's total animation length and the period the opponent is in overdrive raid. This frame advantage is based off the assumption that both players input during the hitstop of a prior move, so that the attack and ODR start on the same frame. Most characters do not have plus on GCOD lows. Cherish it.
  • 5B and 2B are tied together - they can be used a combined total of 2 times per string.

2C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
880 Mid 14 3 27 -11 B 11~16 H

One of Mu's anti-airs. While the hitbox is very big with more vertical range than any of her other options and the ability to hit behind her, the invulnerability to air moves is fairly slow and the high recovery makes it easier to bait. Furthermore, her hurtbox extends vertically before the head invulnerability kicks in making it easier to get hit out of the startup. Best used as a hard read anti-air as the reward if correct is great.

As a punish, 2C is unparalleled. It's more consistent than 6C due to faster startup and lack of a dead zone, and like 6C allows Mu to combo directly into SOD2 on CH for extremely high damage.

In pressure, 2C is a 1f frame trap off 2B, working as a high reward OD OS killer.

  • Jump Cancellable
  • -17 on GCOD.The difference between the attacker's total animation length and the period the opponent is in overdrive raid. This frame advantage is based off the assumption that both players input during the hitstop of a prior move, so that the attack and ODR start on the same frame.
  • 5C and 2C are tied together - they can be used a combined total of 2 times per string.

6A

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
700 Mid 11 6 17 -6 B 5~16 H

Another of Mu's anti-airs, and probably the one you'll be using most frequently. Floats on CH. Faster than 2C, and good horizontal range, but not very good vertically. It also recovers significantly faster than 2C so it's less susceptible to double jump baits.

6A also has use in blockstrings because it has many cancel options, while being relatively safe on GCOD at -7. A blockstring you'll probably see a lot is 2B 6A 2B. It integrates two lows, is +0 on block, sets up spaced 6B if they barrier and retains a decent number of cancel options to frame trap the opponent with.

  • Jump Cancellable
  • -7 on GCOD.The difference between the attacker's total animation length and the period the opponent is in overdrive raid. This frame advantage is based off the assumption that both players input during the hitstop of a prior move, so that the attack and ODR start on the same frame. At best, your opponent is going to get a jab punish.
  • Can be used 2 times per string. This is not very useful as Mu will almost always be too far for the second 6A to hit the opponent.

6B

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
600×2 Mid, High 16 2(4)4 26 -13 B 4~18 high profile

A very strong combo tool and Mu's primary overhead. 6B has very long range and huge reward. It has faster than average startup compared to other characters' overheads, but the catch is that only the second hit is an overhead. Thus you'll need to space it out so that only the second hit will land, or spend meter to rapid cancel the first hit and hit them low with 2B. Steins can be used to cover the startup and prevent them from disrespecting you.

The second hit of 6B is a ground bounce, which is her primary launcher midscreen when you're close enough to combo into it.

Mu retracts her feet from the floor during the forward roll of the animation, letting her dodge sweeping attacks, aka classic "low crush" or "high profile", but is not the same as having actual foot invulnerability and can still lose to foot property attacks. Similarly, she is never considered airborne during any part of the attack, so she can still be thrown out of it.

  • Fatal Counter
  • -25 on GCOD.The difference between the attacker's total animation length and the period the opponent is in overdrive raid. This frame advantage is based off the assumption that both players input during the hitstop of a prior move, so that the attack and ODR start on the same frame. Absurdly unsafe if the opponent GCOD's first frame, but if they GCOD after blocking the first hit you can cancel with 5D and jump to avoid a punish.

6C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
1000 All 18 6 42 -27 BP -

6C is primarily a combo tool, but sees use in neutral in specific matchups as way to heavily punish reckless projectile usage, due to being entirely disjoint and having long range.

This move is used in nearly every corner combo, and some midscreen ones for corner carry. It will nearly always combo from 5C regardless of context. Some characters will need 6C to be spaced slightly less due to smaller hurtboxes interacting with its dead zone (Particularly wallsplat hurtboxes in corners).

6C can be used in blockstrings as a frame trap or simply to push your opponent farther away and give you more blockstun to drive cancel or special cancel into something. Can be gapless out of 2C instead of 5C. Be careful about using this, it's absurdly unsafe on whiff and is a great spot for the opponent to use GCOD or OD OS if canceled into from 5C too frequently.

  • Deadzone in front of Mu.
  • Can clash with projectiles, but loses actives when this happens.
  • Fatal Counter.
    • Wall bounces midscreen on CH.
  • -39 on GCOD.The difference between the attacker's total animation length and the period the opponent is in overdrive raid. This frame advantage is based off the assumption that both players input during the hitstop of a prior move, so that the attack and ODR start on the same frame.


3C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
820 Low 14 3 24 -10 F -

This move is combo or blockstring fodder. It's a jump cancellable low that's a 1f frame trap off your 2B and into uncharged SOD, so it's a vital tool for semi safely blowing up OD OS. However, it's GCOD unsafe. You can also use this to call out people fuzzy jumping out of your spaced 6B.

It doesn't lead to much midscreen without rapid or overdrive cancel, however in the corner you can extend with SOD for a full combo.

As a punish, it's actually pretty decent. Counter hit 3C lets you combo into SOD2 immediately, so it does fairly reasonably damage, but it's outclassed by 2C SOD2 as a starter. Use that instead.

Doesn't have many uses in neutral, but is good for punishing moves that are vulnerable only to lows (Tager's Voltec ChargeBBCS Tager Charge.pngGuard:
-
Startup:
-
Recovery:
39-113
Advantage:
-
, Tager's SledgeBBCS Tager Sledge.pngGuard:
All
Startup:
35~56
Recovery:
20
Advantage:
-7
, Litchi's IttsuuBBCF Litchi StraightThroughFollowups.pngGuard:
All
Startup:
12~47+7
Recovery:
26
Advantage:
-2
), because on counterhit you get a full combo. However, dash 2B mostly outclasses it as a lower risk, lower reward option to do the same thing.

  • Jump Cancellable
  • -14 on GCOD.The difference between the attacker's total animation length and the period the opponent is in overdrive raid. This frame advantage is based off the assumption that both players input during the hitstop of a prior move, so that the attack and ODR start on the same frame.
  • Can be used 3 times per string.

j.A

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
300 High/Air 8 2 10 - H -

It's an air jab. You use it as a low risk rising anti air and for setting up airthrow TRM. In Mu's case, it's also useful as a reverse beat off j.B to make it more plus.

  • Jump Cancellable


j.B

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
580 High/Air 10 6 21 - H -

This is your primary jump-in option, as it doesn't have landing recovery, can reverse beat into j.A to be more plus, hits below you, and can hit crossup.

It's also used to hit people overhead in delayed airdash mixup due to being able to hit every character in the game crouching at the right height, while being significantly faster than j.2C. You can also whiff it rising to auto time the delayed airdash on almost all characters, with the exceptions of Celica, Kokonoe, Naoto and Jin.

  • Jump Cancellable


j.C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
840 High/Air 12 6 18+4L - H -

j.C is an amazing, disjoint air to air and decent air to ground when spaced. It has extremely good reward on counter hit, but it doesn't hit below Mu very well, and has landing recovery so it's vulnerable to low profile attacks.

Instant air backdash j.C is a relatively safe option at round start or after using a drive, with the majority of the cast having no reliable means of punishing her for it.

j.2C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
900 High/Air 14 6 18+4L - H -

j.2C is best used as an air-to-air move as it hits high above Mu and leads to good damage on counter hit. It also sees use as a slower, but much larger jump-in than j.B.

Also commonly used after air stalling with a drive, as you cannot whiff cancel drives into j.B.


Drive Moves

Ground Summon Stein

5D/2D/6D/4D

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
5D 500 All 144 12 Total: 40 +18 P1 -
5D OD 850 All 76 40 Total: 40 +30 P2 -

Mu sets a stein in one of four positions, which tracks the opponent and then fires a half-screen projectile. In setplay and combos, steins are extremely strong and allow Mu to reset pressure, force mixup situations or get much higher damage. In neutral, steins are a low risk way to take advantage of respect and also provide fuel for her very powerful stein specials, 214D, 236D and 632146D. In pressure, steins are a safe way to disengage via whiff canceling into jump.

Overdrive steins are a different beast entirely. They retain the whiff cancel windows of uncharged steins with the projectile properties of charged steins, fire twice as fast, and will fire even after block or hit as long as Mu isn't in hitstun or blockstun when the stein attempts to fire. These properties combined make overdrive steins a menace in neutral and can lock the opponent down from across the screen long enough for Mu to approach and mix them up. Raw overdrive in neutral lasts at least 4 seconds, and is strong enough to be worth considering.

  • Steins can be whiff canceled on the following frames for each input: 4D=14F, 5D=15f, 6D=16F, 2D=18F.
  • Can be whiff canceled into: Drives, C normals, 6B, specials, supers and jump.
  • Any version can cancel into any other (including charged versions), but not into the same version.
  • A maximum of two steins can be placed per chain.
  • A maximum of four steins can be placed at once, with any stein over that number replacing the oldest stein regardless of if it has fired yet or not.
  • Will not fire if Mu blocks or is hit.

Charged Ground Summon Stein

5[D]/2[D]/6[D]/4[D]

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
850 All 176 40 Total 54 +30 P2 -

Same as above, except for the following differences:

  • The stein takes longer to fire, but now shoots a higher damage, fullscreen laser.
  • Charged steins can be whiff canceled on the following frames for each input: 4[D]=27F, 5[D]=29f, 6[D]=31F, 2[D]=35F.
  • The longer startup also results in the stein adjusting its aim for a longer period.
  • This charged laser is what all steins placed in OD will fire without any of the penalties/differences mentioned above.

Charged steins are significantly less safe to just throw out due to a much later whiff cancel window, and mostly serve as setplay tools. However, an uncontested string of charged steins in neutral can make it very annoying for an opponent to approach you, as each charged stein can somewhat cover the placement of another.

They also have uses in specific matchups, such as verses Arakune or Izanami. Arakune has very poor mobility, and struggles to deal with a fortress of charged steins. Izanami can't block while using her drive, so a charged stein in neutral can force her to attempt to approach, throw out bits to force you to block at positions that don't lead to anything for her or use ribcage.


Air Summon Stein

j.D/j.2D/j.6D/j.4D

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
j.D 500 All 151 12 Total: 43 +18 P1 -
j.D OD 850 All 84 40 Total: 43 +30 P2 -

Air steins are the slightly more situational alternative to ground steins. Like ground steins these can be canceled into all of the same things including jump so long as you had not spent your air action already. Particular uses for these that can't be done by ground steins include using its ability to stop air momentum to bait anti-airs and whiff punish with j.2C and in combos for both the momentum and to squeeze in an extra j.2C though canceling a j.2C into an air stein and back.

  • Air steins can be whiff canceled on frame 21.

Charged Air Summon Stein

j.[D]/j.2[D]/j.6[D]/j.4[D]

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
850 All 184 40 Total: 59 +30 P2 -

Same as air steins, but with all of the tradeoffs and differences mentioned in the charged ground stein section.

  • Charged air steins can be whiff canceled on frame 41.


Universal Mechanics

Ground Throw

5B+C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
0, 1500 Throw 7 3 23 - T -

Midscreen, Mu's throw is a relevant mixup tool that leads to average damage, strong corner carry and setplay using microdash 6A or 2C routes. In the corner, this throw leads to absurd damage as you can immediately cancel into SOD2 and follow up with her high damage 2C 5D 2C 5D corner juggle for nearly 3.8k damage with no loss of setplay.

The animation and launch angle is 100% identical on back throw, just in the opposite direction; the only notable difference is that 4B+C SOD2 can whiff if you're too close to the corner. This can be avoided by slightly delaying the SOD2.

Air Throw

j.B+C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
0, 1500 Throw 7 3 23+3L - T -

Airthrows are great aggressive anti airs for every character, and Mu is no exception.

Sideswaps, but is otherwise mostly the same as her grounded back throw. The same midscreen followups work.

Corner combos are significantly different, mostly because this throws them out of the corner. If you throw them out of the corner, microdash 5C 2C tachi will side swap and allow you to retain corner. If you throw them into the corner, the corner combo starts with 6C SOD2 rather than simply SOD2, for almost the same damage as grounded throw.


Counter Assault

6A+B while Blocking

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
0 All 13 3 32 -16 B 1~20 All

Mu's Counter Assault is unreliable due to being both short ranged and vulnerable to low profiles. Don't disregard it entirely, but be careful where you use it.

  • Costs 50% Heat
  • 180F Heat Gauge Cooldown
  • Counter hit recovery


Crush Trigger

5A+B (Chargeable)

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
Uncharged 1000 Guard Break 32/Barrier 20 1 25 0 BP -
Charged 1000 Guard Break 60/Barrier 30~61 1 25 0 BP -

Thanks to steins giving her the ability to confirm it, Mu is able to get better overall reward off of her uncharged crush trigger than most of the cast and doesn't need the corner to do so. Also, the attack itself works similarly to a projectile in that Mu's hurtbox doesn't extend much. Mu gets about 3.7k to 4k off uncharged CT in the corner with a stein to confirm it.

Doesn't really see much use in combos. Uncharged can combo off 3C, but if you're close enough to use 3C CT you were probably close enough to do 2B 6A/5C 6B instead. Charged CT doesn't see much use either, as overdrive double super is a much more rewarding use of meter.

  • Floats on air hit


Backdash

44

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
- - - - 22 - - 1~5F

Character defining backdash. Tied highest distance moved combined with low backdash recovery makes this extremely difficult for most characters to deal with. Can generally escape okizeme or pressure midscreen free unless your opponent meaties you using a move with a lot of range and active frames, such as Ragna's 5BBBCF Ragna the Bloodedge 5B.pngGuard:
Mid
Startup:
8
Recovery:
16
Advantage:
-7
.


Specials

Arrows of Heaven

236A (Air OK)

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
236A 360×3 All 15 Until Hit(2)1(3)1 Total: 51 -13 P1 -
j.236A 360×3 All 19 Until Hit(2)1(3)1 Total: 51+3L - P1 -

236A is a situational neutral tool to bait your opponent into jumping, or to occupy space to buy time for steins to fire. Awful in pressure due to long recovery, low blockstun and low hitstun, and absolutely no use in combos as it is very hard continue your combo if used and doesn't reward the effort anyway. Has some use in setplay as a meaty, but this is mostly a knowledge check as the opponent can let it blue beat or roll into it, then air tech out.

j.236A is largely the same, but arcs downwards and also stalls air momentum. It can be a bit more useful in neutral when done low to the ground, as it can occupy an awkward height where they can't run under but it can also hit jumps. Floating high in the air to waste time for your charged steins to fire is also a good use of j.236A.

  • Counter hit recovery
  • Projectile is active for 10f before it starts to move
  • Projectile then travels in a straight line for 22f before it starts to accelerate vertically

Origins

623C (Air OK)

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
623C 1200 All 14 8 37 -26 B 1~7 All
8~21 Guard All
j.623C 1200 All 10 8 Until L+15 - H 1~6 All
7~14 Guard All

623C is Mu's primary reversal move. It has short horizontal and vertical range, but is still amazing to get opponents off Mu during pressure. The hitbox also surrounds Mu, so it can't be crossed up, and has an above average amount of invulnerability and active frames.

Has use in combos as one of Mu's highest damage routes by using steins to combo after j.623C. The only downside is that j.623C corner routes are distance dependent, and require Mu to be relatively close to the opponent for the combo to work. Leads to absurd reward if performed, however - 4.2k damage off 2B or nearly 5.0k off 5C.

Cancelling steins into the air and ground versions of this move can make your zoning game very difficult for your opponents to deal with. The air version can also be used as a crossup when combined with an instant air dash, but this is very risky and requires meter or a setup to combo afterwards.

  • Counter hit recovery, like most invulnerable moves
  • Ground version wall bounces in the corner
  • Air version wallsticks in the corner


Sword of Decimation

63214C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
1000 [1500] Mid 17~39 [40] 7 22 -10 [-8] B -

Uncharged (SOD): In pressure SOD primarily serves as last ditch frame trap, as it starts up 1f faster than 6C, which enables it to blow up OD OS in pressure due to being a 1f frame trap off 5C and 3C. Despite having punishable frame advantage the pushback can generally make it safe if done at the end of a string.

In combos it ground slides making it great for extending combos near/in the corner. SOD is also a standard ender in many combos due to the hard knockdown and ability to cancel into steins - SODw (SOD whiff) enders can catch non neutral tech options while the steins make you plus, resulting in very oppressive knockdown situations.

It also can sometimes serve as a neutral poke, despite the slow speed. It has a very high vertical hitbox, long actives and leads to full combos on counter hit, while having the same recovery as her other main grounded neutral poke, 5C.

Charged (SOD2): Purely a combo tool. SOD2 does extreme damage combined with a higher P2 than SOD, resulting in hilarious damage when done early. It should go without saying using it for much else is a bad idea as its both extremely slow and still minus on block. It can see some use as a way to keep opponents honest if they overdrive during the startup, as you can hold to retract your hurtbox or release partially charged to meaty the end of the OD animation.

  • Can cancel the recovery into a stein on hit only.
  • Fatal Counter
    • Wall bounces on counter hit.
  • Frequently referred to as 'SOD' for the uncharged version and 'SOD2' for the charged version.
  • -19~-42 on GCOD.The difference between the attacker's total animation length and the period the opponent is in overdrive raid. This frame advantage is based off the assumption that both players input during the hitstop of a prior move, so that the attack and ODR start on the same frame.

Totsuka Blade

236D (Air OK)

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
236D 750 All 26 - Total: 72 [Total 54] - P1 -
j.236D 750 All 26 - Total: 58+until L+5L [Total 40+until L+5L] - P1 -

  • Fires a laser at the stein marked 1, which then bounces it to stein #2 etc...
  • Once all steins have bounced the laser, the last stein bounces it towards your opponent's location.
  • The laser is considered a new projectile every time it bounces, meaning it can hit once for every bounce; meaning the maximum possible number of hits is 5.
  • If more steins are placed while active it will bounce off of them as well. The cutoff point for this is roughly just before it reaches the last stein.
  • Each stein disappears shortly after reflecting the laser.
  • Stays active even if Mu is hit or has to block.
  • Prevents newly placed steins from firing their own shot.
  • If no steins are set, this move animates as normal but nothing is fired.
  • In OD: Much lower recovery and does slightly more damage.
  • Counter hit recovery

236D is a niche neutral tool and an extremely strong setplay tool, basically forcing your opponent into block by making reversals or even counterassaults a bad idea since the laser will bounce back and hit them anyway. Can be difficult to use in neutral due to its very long startup time, however most combos Mu has will set stiens and give you enough time to activate this move while they're still recovering. This move is also the primary reason it's important to position and sequence your stiens properly, ideally you want the laser to be bouncing backwards and forwards across the stage rather than wasting time bouncing very short distances.

During combos this move can be a double edged sword, since it can be active and bouncing around while you're hitting your opponent with something else. At best this can add damage and even allow some otherwise impossible combos due to the extra hitstun, at worst it can end combos by allowing your opponent to tech faster or by messing up spacing. Correctly anticipating the path it will take and optimising your combos around this can be very difficult.

Tokotachi Blade

214D (Air OK)

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
214D 800 [800, 700] All 40 Until Hit [Until Hit(10)14] Total: 39 +22[+33] P1 -
j.214D 800 [800, 700] All 40 Until Hit [Until Hit(10)14] Total: 39+5L +22[+33] P1 -

An extremely ignorant neutral special. 214D is extremely plus on hit or block, and can lead to full combos or tight pressure from fullscreen with multiple staggered stein placements. When done in the air, it can be tricky for the opponent to punish, as steins can hit the opponent and make you plus while you retain air actions after the j.214D.

Also sees use in combos. Generally, combos will stabilize into 214D then perform a string of steins, normals and specials for setplay.

  • Launches all currently placed steins in the direction they're currently facing (not necessarily towards the opponent). After colliding with the enemy character or flying offscreen, they vanish.
  • Remains active if it hits a doll.
  • Stays on block.
  • Can still be used without steins present, but is pointless to do so.
  • In OD, the steins will explode after making contact resulting in more hitstun, blockstun and damage.
  • Counter hit recovery
  • Steins used by this move are immediately considered consumed, meaning they won't fire their own lasers if they haven't already and Totsuka Blade and Blessed Mirror will not target them with their lasers.

Sword of Infinity

63214B

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
1100 All 31 3 7 (whiff), 16 (hit/block) +2/-3 (Read bellow) H -

Advancing crossup attack that launches on hit. Mostly used in combos and for whiffing after a midscreen 6C for extra corner carry. The distance travelled in combination with the short recovery also make this a surprisingly good mobility tool to evade the opponent or escape the corner.

Can also be used in midscreen setplay as an unreactable crossup. You set a stein that fires as you cross them up with Tachi, then Tachi hits them and leads to a combo. In corner setplay it can be used to vacuum the opponent out of the corner.

  • Launches extremely high on counter hit.
  • Frequently referred to as 'Tachi' rather than 63214B.
  • Goes extremely far when microdashed.
  • Recovery is slightly deceptive. Has 5f regular landing recovery which can be canceled with buttons, run or block.
    • If this recovery is canceled out of Mu is +2, otherwise she's -3. You can also cancel with run then perform an action that you wouldn't be able to cancel into such as backdash or jump.


Distortion Drives

Wisdom of the Divines

632146C

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
1200, 400×8
[1400, 250×24]
All 5+(25 Flash)+5 8 42 -31 B 1~17 All

Situational reversal with more horizontal range than 623C. Combo ender when going for the kill. Has below average minimum damage normally, but absurd minimum damage with OD. Second super in Mu's double super combos, which can be done trivially at the end of any corner BnB to add up to 1456 minimum damage, or 2468 in OD.

  • 180F Heat Gauge Cooldown
  • 20% minimum damage (Normal: 880 Overdrive: 1480)
  • Hithox starts off very close to Mu and grows every two active frames until it reaches full size.
  • Usually called 'Omo' rather than 632146C.
  • Counter hit recovery, like most invulnerable moves


Blessed Mirror

632146D (Air OK)

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
632146D 640 [760] All 5+(90 Flash)+33 Until Hit Total: 52 - P2 -
j.632146D 640 [760] All 5+(49 Flash)+42 Until Hit Total: Until L+5 - P2 -
Extra Lasers 640 [760] All - Until Hit - - P2 -

An amazing super for neutral due to throwing out a large number of tracking projectiles that stay on hit or block, and can frequently leave Mu plus enough to start pressure. Also useful for combos as a way to add more damage in Mu's double super routes.

  • Fires one laser at each available stein, one laser directly at the opponent. Each laser aimed at a stein will then be bounced from that stein towards your opponent, leading to a maximum of 9 hits overall.
  • There is a short delay between each laser fired, with the first one being fired at Stein #1, then each other stein in order, then finally the opponent. The final shot at the opponent always occurs at the same point in the move, no matter how many steins were used.
  • In overdrive, an extra laser is fired directly at the opponent at the same time the move would normally fire one at a stein. This can add up to 4 more hits overall.
  • Projectiles stay on hit or block.
  • 180F Heat Gauge Cooldown
  • Each laser has 10% minimum damage (64, 76 in OD)
  • Does 576/988 minimum damage with every possible hit.
  • Usually called 'Yata' or 'YnK' rather than 632146D.
  • Counter hit recovery
  • All steins disappear after being used.


Exceed Accel

Pillar of Light

A+B+C+D during Overdrive

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
600, 2430
{600, 525×10}
All 20 [10] 3 34 -10 B 1~22 All
[1~12 All]

Universal reversal with significantly more horizontal range than 623C. Leaves most characters close enough to get hit by 2B should they attempt to delay tech or forward roll.

Not really useful for damage as Mu has much better tools for that and using this ends her very useful OD immediately, but as EAs have minimum damage it has a niche use when going for kills in the absence of meter.


Astral Heat

Sword of the Godslayer

222D

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupHow many frames the attack needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. The listed startup frame coincides with the move's first active frame. ActiveHow many frames where there is a hitbox that can hit an opponent. The first active frame occurs on the listed startup frame. RecoveryHow many frames that the character must go through after an attack's active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance, or the total duration of the move if it has no hitbox/creates projectiles. Frame AdvHow many frames the attacker's recovery ends before the defender's blockstun ends if the attack is blocked. A positive value indicates that the attacker recovers first, while a negative value indicates that the defender recovers first. This value usually assumes that the attack's first active frame (of each hit, if multi-hit) is blocked. AttributeSome attacks are invulnerable to attacks with specific attributes. This notes what attributes each attack possesses.
H - Head
B - Body
F - Foot
P - Projectile. Independent projectiles will have their Durability level listed. For example a projectile that his Durability level 2 will show P2
T - Throw
D - Doll attack, such as Carl's or Relius' doll
Burst - Burst, which has its own unique attribute
Inv.Frames where this move is invincible to different attack attributes.
"Guard" indicates guard point instead of regular invulnerability. Specific guard point properties are noted in move descriptions or full frame data notes.
Outside of specific exceptions, "All" means HBFPT and does not include Burst.
0, 37000 All 8+(75 Flash)+9 4 50 -32 F 8~25 All

A very practical astral that's also blessed with an easy input. Any hit with or into 6A, 6B or a C normal will work and many standard Mu routes have spots you swap out for this.

  • Costs 100% Heat
  • 180F Heat Gauge Cooldown

Combos Directly From...

  • 6A
  • 6B (either hit)
  • All ground C normals (6C with corner or counter hit only)
  • Ground throws
  • Tachi
  • SOD2 in the corner
  • ...And a lot more!


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