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As his fastest grounded normal and +2 on block, it's used for a variety of things including starting close-range pressure, mashing through pressure gaps on defense, tick throws, and as a reversal-safe meaty after a knockdown.  
 
As his fastest grounded normal and +2 on block, it's used for a variety of things including starting close-range pressure, mashing through pressure gaps on defense, tick throws, and as a reversal-safe meaty after a knockdown.  
  
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===<big>{{clr|2|c.M}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|2|c.M}}</big>===
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This is your go-to move in pressure alongside {{clr|1|2L}} and {{clr|1|5L}}. Your main pressure string out of this normal is '''{{clr|2|c.M}} > {{clr|1|5L}} > {{clr|2|f.M}}''', which leaves you at the perfect distance for {{clr|1|214L}} to be plus on block afterwards. Point blank, {{clr|1|2L}} > {{clr|2|c.M}} is both a frametrap and a confirm. It can sometimes be used as a last-minute anti-air, but it's far worse than {{clr|3|2H}} in terms of hurtboxes.
 
This is your go-to move in pressure alongside {{clr|1|2L}} and {{clr|1|5L}}. Your main pressure string out of this normal is '''{{clr|2|c.M}} > {{clr|1|5L}} > {{clr|2|f.M}}''', which leaves you at the perfect distance for {{clr|1|214L}} to be plus on block afterwards. Point blank, {{clr|1|2L}} > {{clr|2|c.M}} is both a frametrap and a confirm. It can sometimes be used as a last-minute anti-air, but it's far worse than {{clr|3|2H}} in terms of hurtboxes.
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===<big>{{clr|3|c.H}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|3|c.H}}</big>===
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Two-hit attack, primarily used for punishing or combos. Being two hits gives you a lot of time to confirm stuff from it. The downside of it being two hits is that if the first hit is a counterhit, the property is not carried over to the second. As an example, '''CH {{clr|3|c.H}}(1) > {{clr|3|236H}}''' combos but '''CH {{clr|3|c.H}}(2) > {{clr|3|236H}}''' does not.
 
Two-hit attack, primarily used for punishing or combos. Being two hits gives you a lot of time to confirm stuff from it. The downside of it being two hits is that if the first hit is a counterhit, the property is not carried over to the second. As an example, '''CH {{clr|3|c.H}}(1) > {{clr|3|236H}}''' combos but '''CH {{clr|3|c.H}}(2) > {{clr|3|236H}}''' does not.
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===<big>Auto Combo</big>===
 
===<big>Auto Combo</big>===
 
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* 3rd hit does not reliably work in juggle combos outside the corner due to how it launches the opponent and its small hitbox.
 
* 3rd hit does not reliably work in juggle combos outside the corner due to how it launches the opponent and its small hitbox.
 
* 5XXX > {{clr|2|214M}} can frametrap opponents, but is vulnerable to reversals.
 
* 5XXX > {{clr|2|214M}} can frametrap opponents, but is vulnerable to reversals.
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===<big>{{clr|2|f.M}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|2|f.M}}</big>===
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Not a lot of range and will easily get outpoked by other characters' {{clr|2|f.M}}, but the recovery isn't too bad and doesn't extend Lancelot's hurtbox that much. Primarily used in conjunction with {{clr|1|214L}} to pressure from midrange. If spaced at max range, cancelling into {{clr|1|214L}} leaves Lancelot plus afterwards.
 
Not a lot of range and will easily get outpoked by other characters' {{clr|2|f.M}}, but the recovery isn't too bad and doesn't extend Lancelot's hurtbox that much. Primarily used in conjunction with {{clr|1|214L}} to pressure from midrange. If spaced at max range, cancelling into {{clr|1|214L}} leaves Lancelot plus afterwards.
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===<big>{{clr|3|f.H}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|3|f.H}}</big>===
 
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Lancelot pokes out both his daggers as far as he can. His farthest reaching poke. Decent range considering his other normals. Combos into {{clr|1|66L}} at almost any range, making it a decent buffer when you're trying to stuff someone's poke. Alternatively, you can cancel into {{clr|2|214M}} which combos on counterhit and can be 0 on block if it's spaced far enough.
 
Lancelot pokes out both his daggers as far as he can. His farthest reaching poke. Decent range considering his other normals. Combos into {{clr|1|66L}} at almost any range, making it a decent buffer when you're trying to stuff someone's poke. Alternatively, you can cancel into {{clr|2|214M}} which combos on counterhit and can be 0 on block if it's spaced far enough.
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===<big>{{clr|1|2L}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|1|2L}}</big>===
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Lancelot's fastest low. Like most {{clr|1|2Ls}}, plus on block and extremely important for pressure and mixup. It's always useful as a way to catch people trying to Cross-Over out of your pressure. {{clr|1|2L}} can actually be used 3 times in a blockstring if you're close, but doing so leaves you out of range of {{clr|2|2M}} and sometimes out of {{clr|2|f.M}} range as well.
 
Lancelot's fastest low. Like most {{clr|1|2Ls}}, plus on block and extremely important for pressure and mixup. It's always useful as a way to catch people trying to Cross-Over out of your pressure. {{clr|1|2L}} can actually be used 3 times in a blockstring if you're close, but doing so leaves you out of range of {{clr|2|2M}} and sometimes out of {{clr|2|f.M}} range as well.
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===<big>{{clr|2|2M}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|2|2M}}</big>===
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Lancelot slashes low but don't be fooled, it's a mid. {{clr|2|2M}} functions as a proximity-independent counterpart to other characters' {{clr|1|f.Ls}}, as Lancelot does not have the latter. It has shorter range than {{clr|2|f.M}}, but has faster startup and better frame advantage while also catching Cross-Overs. It links from {{clr|1|5L}} and {{clr|1|2L}}, allowing for combos like '''{{clr|1|5L}}/{{clr|1|2L}} > {{clr|1|5L}}/{{clr|1|2L}} > {{clr|2|2M}} > {{clr|1|214L}}'''. The startup is quick enough to punish moves like Djeeta's {{clr|1|{{MMC|chara=Djeeta|input=214L}}}} and Gran's {{clr|1|{{MMC|chara=Gran|input=214L}}}} on block, and can even hit Charlotta on her way down after blocking her {{clr|3|{{MMC|chara=Charlotta|input=[2]8H|label=H DP}}}}, allowing a decent punish combo.
 
Lancelot slashes low but don't be fooled, it's a mid. {{clr|2|2M}} functions as a proximity-independent counterpart to other characters' {{clr|1|f.Ls}}, as Lancelot does not have the latter. It has shorter range than {{clr|2|f.M}}, but has faster startup and better frame advantage while also catching Cross-Overs. It links from {{clr|1|5L}} and {{clr|1|2L}}, allowing for combos like '''{{clr|1|5L}}/{{clr|1|2L}} > {{clr|1|5L}}/{{clr|1|2L}} > {{clr|2|2M}} > {{clr|1|214L}}'''. The startup is quick enough to punish moves like Djeeta's {{clr|1|{{MMC|chara=Djeeta|input=214L}}}} and Gran's {{clr|1|{{MMC|chara=Gran|input=214L}}}} on block, and can even hit Charlotta on her way down after blocking her {{clr|3|{{MMC|chara=Charlotta|input=[2]8H|label=H DP}}}}, allowing a decent punish combo.
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===<big>{{clr|3|2H}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|3|2H}}</big>===
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Lancelot's designated anti-air attack. It's pretty fast, and has a good hitbox that beats cross-ups easily. Very important move. If it hits anti-air, you'll want to cancel into {{clr|1|214L}}. On counterhit and a whiffed {{clr|1|214L}}, you can confirm a {{clr|2|c.M}}/{{clr|3|c.H}} and get a very high damage combo, and on non-counterhit you can confirm into {{clr|1|214L~4L}} for a little more damage and a knockdown.
 
Lancelot's designated anti-air attack. It's pretty fast, and has a good hitbox that beats cross-ups easily. Very important move. If it hits anti-air, you'll want to cancel into {{clr|1|214L}}. On counterhit and a whiffed {{clr|1|214L}}, you can confirm a {{clr|2|c.M}}/{{clr|3|c.H}} and get a very high damage combo, and on non-counterhit you can confirm into {{clr|1|214L~4L}} for a little more damage and a knockdown.
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===<big>{{clr|4|2U}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|4|2U}}</big>===
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The Vega slide. Really really good move, hard knockdown sliding low that's safe at far spacing and very unsafe otherwise. Low profiles really well too, going under both projectiles like Gran's Reginleiv and some far-reaching pokes like Katalina's {{clr|2|f.M}}. Gives you a safe jump on hit, but the safe jump is spacing dependent.
 
The Vega slide. Really really good move, hard knockdown sliding low that's safe at far spacing and very unsafe otherwise. Low profiles really well too, going under both projectiles like Gran's Reginleiv and some far-reaching pokes like Katalina's {{clr|2|f.M}}. Gives you a safe jump on hit, but the safe jump is spacing dependent.
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===<big>{{clr|1|j.L}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|1|j.L}}</big>===
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Pretty standard air light. Good horizontal hitbox, not so good vertical. Probably Lancelot's best air-to-air button as his other air normals are better at hitting grounded opponents. If it counterhits in the air you often have time to land and combo from it.
 
Pretty standard air light. Good horizontal hitbox, not so good vertical. Probably Lancelot's best air-to-air button as his other air normals are better at hitting grounded opponents. If it counterhits in the air you often have time to land and combo from it.
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===<big>{{clr|2|j.M}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|2|j.M}}</big>===
 
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Lancelot slashes beneath him. Contrasting {{clr|1|j.L}}, this attack has shorter horizontal range in exchange for being his only air normal that can be used to cross-up the opponent. It's primarily used in safe jumps after a 22X/5~2/{{clr|4|8U}} cross-up teleport or low walljump, and loses in the air against other aerial attacks.
 
Lancelot slashes beneath him. Contrasting {{clr|1|j.L}}, this attack has shorter horizontal range in exchange for being his only air normal that can be used to cross-up the opponent. It's primarily used in safe jumps after a 22X/5~2/{{clr|4|8U}} cross-up teleport or low walljump, and loses in the air against other aerial attacks.
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===<big>{{clr|3|j.H}}</big>===
 
===<big>{{clr|3|j.H}}</big>===
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The good horizontal hitbox also makes this move decent at stuffing people air-to-air, but it's slower than {{clr|1|j.L}} and because it's two hits you won't get a combo if you counter them.
 
The good horizontal hitbox also makes this move decent at stuffing people air-to-air, but it's slower than {{clr|1|j.L}} and because it's two hits you won't get a combo if you counter them.
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==Unique Actions==
 
==Unique Actions==
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Lancelot's unique walldive. Can only be done from the actual stage walls, not the edges of midscreen. 9 will have him jump away from the wall in an upwards arc and 6 will have him dive diagonally towards the ground without any arc. You can act immediately out of this, which includes all air normals and even {{clr|4|j.U}}, making this both a mixup and an escape tool.
 
Lancelot's unique walldive. Can only be done from the actual stage walls, not the edges of midscreen. 9 will have him jump away from the wall in an upwards arc and 6 will have him dive diagonally towards the ground without any arc. You can act immediately out of this, which includes all air normals and even {{clr|4|j.U}}, making this both a mixup and an escape tool.
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===<big>Wirbelwind</big>===
 
===<big>Wirbelwind</big>===
 
<span class="input-badge">'''{{clr|4|5U}}'''</span> or <span class="input-badge">'''{{clr|4|j.U}}'''</span>
 
<span class="input-badge">'''{{clr|4|5U}}'''</span> or <span class="input-badge">'''{{clr|4|j.U}}'''</span>
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;Jump
 
;Jump
 
Same as the teleport from {{clr|1|22L}}/M. Used in safe jumps after forward throw or {{clr|3|66H}} knockdown. The diagonal angle makes it possible to force many wakeup DPs to whiff after a midscreen knockdown, at the risk of losing to regular anti-airs.
 
Same as the teleport from {{clr|1|22L}}/M. Used in safe jumps after forward throw or {{clr|3|66H}} knockdown. The diagonal angle makes it possible to force many wakeup DPs to whiff after a midscreen knockdown, at the risk of losing to regular anti-airs.
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==Universal Mechanics==
 
==Universal Mechanics==
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** Advantage on hit:
 
** Advantage on hit:
 
Lancelot's back throw sends the opponent half screen, which is too far for 236X to work as a meaty.
 
Lancelot's back throw sends the opponent half screen, which is too far for 236X to work as a meaty.
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===<big>Air Throw</big>===
 
===<big>Air Throw</big>===
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If your reactions are on point, you can catch people jumping out of your rekka pressure with this. Just be warned you cannot do anything else until you land if it whiffs, so if you mess up your read you're going to get punished.  
 
If your reactions are on point, you can catch people jumping out of your rekka pressure with this. Just be warned you cannot do anything else until you land if it whiffs, so if you mess up your read you're going to get punished.  
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===<big>Overhead Attack</big>===
 
===<big>Overhead Attack</big>===
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* Low crush on frame 9, tied with Gran for the fastest.
 
* Low crush on frame 9, tied with Gran for the fastest.
 
The can opener. Because Lancelot's Universal Overhead has 6 active frames, the right meaty setup will allow for a combo without a counterhit.
 
The can opener. Because Lancelot's Universal Overhead has 6 active frames, the right meaty setup will allow for a combo without a counterhit.
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==Special Moves==
 
==Special Moves==
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* Hard knockdown on air hit.
 
* Hard knockdown on air hit.
 
Hits 3 times on both hit and block, making easy to confirm on hit and incredibly plus on block. If the opponent is caught blocking the projectile in the air, they can be hit with any other grounded move since mids are air-unblockable.
 
Hits 3 times on both hit and block, making easy to confirm on hit and incredibly plus on block. If the opponent is caught blocking the projectile in the air, they can be hit with any other grounded move since mids are air-unblockable.
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===<big>Blade Impulse</big>===
 
===<big>Blade Impulse</big>===
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* Travels the same distance as {{clr|2|66M}}.  
 
* Travels the same distance as {{clr|2|66M}}.  
 
Launches the opponent straight up on hit, allowing further combos on both far-spaced hits and in the corner where you remain close enough to link into {{clr|3|c.H}} afterwards. Midscreen, it gives a hard knockdown and usually gives {{clr|3|236H}} oki or {{clr|4|5U~8U}} safe jump setups afterwards. If it hits at the very tip of its range, it leaves you plus on block as opposed to just safe.
 
Launches the opponent straight up on hit, allowing further combos on both far-spaced hits and in the corner where you remain close enough to link into {{clr|3|c.H}} afterwards. Midscreen, it gives a hard knockdown and usually gives {{clr|3|236H}} oki or {{clr|4|5U~8U}} safe jump setups afterwards. If it hits at the very tip of its range, it leaves you plus on block as opposed to just safe.
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===<big>Southern Cross</big>===
 
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Because 214X is a critical part of Lancelot's pressure and combos, putting the special on cooldown this way should be used sparingly, but can still be done to get a hard knockdown and a safe jump anywhere on screen. Delaying the follow-ups can be used to secure rounds against very low health opponents via chip damage, but this is still vulnerable to reversals.
 
Because 214X is a critical part of Lancelot's pressure and combos, putting the special on cooldown this way should be used sparingly, but can still be done to get a hard knockdown and a safe jump anywhere on screen. Delaying the follow-ups can be used to secure rounds against very low health opponents via chip damage, but this is still vulnerable to reversals.
  
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===<big>Turbulenz</big>===
 
===<big>Turbulenz</big>===
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* Teleports farther than L/M version, but does not cross up.
 
* Teleports farther than L/M version, but does not cross up.
 
H teleport is the only invulnerable reversal Lancelot has other than his Skybound Arts, but it's often very risky to go for the full plunge because of the very slow startup. You can get by with just doing the teleport portion and either do a falling attack or fastfall to the ground with {{clr|4|j.U}}, but either way leaves you vulnerable to anti-airs, including air throw.
 
H teleport is the only invulnerable reversal Lancelot has other than his Skybound Arts, but it's often very risky to go for the full plunge because of the very slow startup. You can get by with just doing the teleport portion and either do a falling attack or fastfall to the ground with {{clr|4|j.U}}, but either way leaves you vulnerable to anti-airs, including air throw.
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==Skybound Art==
 
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Lancelot dashes forward with a slash and unleashes a flurry of slashes when he hits. Invincible startup and can travel about half screen if the opponent is far enough, but stops at the opponent's location regardless so it's very punishable on block or whiff. Using the {{clr|3|236236H}} technical input leaves Lancelot closer to the opponent afterwards, allowing for stronger okizeme.
 
Lancelot dashes forward with a slash and unleashes a flurry of slashes when he hits. Invincible startup and can travel about half screen if the opponent is far enough, but stops at the opponent's location regardless so it's very punishable on block or whiff. Using the {{clr|3|236236H}} technical input leaves Lancelot closer to the opponent afterwards, allowing for stronger okizeme.
  
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==Super Skybound Art==
 
==Super Skybound Art==
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Air version dives from Lancelot's current position at a sharp angle, similar to a grounded {{clr|4|236236U}}~[{{clr|1|L}}]. Does not track and cannot be manually aimed like the ground version.  
 
Air version dives from Lancelot's current position at a sharp angle, similar to a grounded {{clr|4|236236U}}~[{{clr|1|L}}]. Does not track and cannot be manually aimed like the ground version.  
 
* Can be used as a hard callout to crush anti-air attempts, but is even more unsafe than the ground version.  
 
* Can be used as a hard callout to crush anti-air attempts, but is even more unsafe than the ground version.  
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==Colors==
 
==Colors==

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Overview

Overview

Lancelot is a rushdown character who pressures the opponent with rekkasA series of special attacks that are only available after the first one is performed. of variable timing and a very advantageous projectile. In conjunction with his teleports, command dash, and unique walljump, Lancelot has the tools he needs to get into and stay in a range where he can continuously mix up the opponent.
"I'll guide my country with these twin blades!"
Lore:A dual-wielding master swordsman who serves as the captain of the Order of White Dragons of Feendrache Kingdom. If danger would rear its ugly head in the kingdom he so loves, he would risk both life and limb to see it defeated. Despite this, he can never seem to keep his room clean.
He rushes across the battlefield at blinding speed, a flurry of shining, crystalline slashes. Those who set eyes on this fighting style immediately recognize why he was made captain of his order.
Voice:English: Stephen Fu/Japanese: Yuuki Ono
Playstyle
Lancelot is a tricky character whose speed and various mixup tools can overwhelm opponents at close range.
Pros Cons
  • Good Mobility: Between his Turbulenz teleports, Wirbelwind command dashes, and his Delta Leap walljumps, Lancelot's mobility is near unparalleled.
  • Versatile Sweep: 2U is a great forward-moving attack that can low profile under various normals and projectiles for an easy punish. It also gives hard knockdown on hit, and can even be made safe on block if spaced properly.
  • Strong Okizeme: Wogenstrom is a projectile that is very plus on block, enabling a variety of pressure and mixups when used as a meaty after a knockdown.
  • Strong Pressure: The Southern Cross series and their followups move Lancelot forward, can be delayed to create frame traps, and can even be spaced to be even or plus on block. Using them in conjunction with Turbulenz allows Lancelot to repeatedly reset pressure or land throws once the opponent has been conditioned to block.
  • Short Range: Lancelot can struggle in neutral against characters who have longer normals and faster projectiles.
  • Low Damage: Having low average combo damage and lower than average Skybound Art damage forces Lancelot to be on the offensive as much as possible, as he is unlikely to close out rounds off regular conversions unless he scores a big anti-air 2H or Turbulenz counterhit.
  • Nontraditional Meterless Reversal: H Turbulenz is not a DPDragon Punch A move that has invulnerability during its startup, long recovery, and a rising motion.-style reversal that attacks while rising, which limits anti-air options and makes escaping pressure more risky.

Normal Moves

5L

c.M

c.H

Auto Combo

f.M

f.H

2L

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
350 Low 6 1 8 +2 +6 -

  • Can cancel into itself and 5L once per string
  • Links into itself, 5L, 2M, and c.M on standing hit, f.M and c.H on crouching or counter hit, and 2U on counter hit only.

Lancelot's fastest low. Like most 2Ls, plus on block and extremely important for pressure and mixup. It's always useful as a way to catch people trying to Cross-Over out of your pressure. 2L can actually be used 3 times in a blockstring if you're close, but doing so leaves you out of range of 2M and sometimes out of f.M range as well.

2M

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
500 Mid 6 2 15 -2 +2 -

Lancelot slashes low but don't be fooled, it's a mid. 2M functions as a proximity-independent counterpart to other characters' f.Ls, as Lancelot does not have the latter. It has shorter range than f.M, but has faster startup and better frame advantage while also catching Cross-Overs. It links from 5L and 2L, allowing for combos like 5L/2L > 5L/2L > 2M > 214L. The startup is quick enough to punish moves like Djeeta's 214LGBVS Djeeta VorpalBlade.pngGuard:
Mid
Startup:
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Recovery:
20
Advantage:
-6
and Gran's 214LGBVS Gran Overdrive Surge.pngGuard:
Mid
Startup:
13
Recovery:
18
Advantage:
-6
on block, and can even hit Charlotta on her way down after blocking her H DPGBVS Charlotta HolyLadder.pngGuard:
Mid
Startup:
11
Recovery:
23
Advantage:
-8
, allowing a decent punish combo.

2H

2U

j.L

j.M

j.H

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
400×2 High/Air 10 3(3)6 Until landing - - -

A 2-hit falling overhead. This move is really good. Varying your timing makes the opponent guess if both strikes will hit overhead or if you'll land after one overhead and do a low 2L. On hit, combos into 2L even if only one hit lands. The hitbox is poor directly beneath Lancelot so if he's even a pixel distance to cross up someone it will whiff.

The good horizontal hitbox also makes this move decent at stuffing people air-to-air, but it's slower than j.L and because it's two hits you won't get a combo if you counter them.

Unique Actions

Delta Leap

9 or 6 while midair and touching the wall

Lancelot's unique walldive. Can only be done from the actual stage walls, not the edges of midscreen. 9 will have him jump away from the wall in an upwards arc and 6 will have him dive diagonally towards the ground without any arc. You can act immediately out of this, which includes all air normals and even j.U, making this both a mixup and an escape tool.

Wirbelwind

5U or j.U

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
Ground
5U
- - - - Total 36 - - -
Air
j.U
- - - - Until landing +7 - - -
Quick Stop
5U > 5U
- - - - Total 14 - - -
Cross Over
5U > 6U
- - - - Total 18 - - -
Feint
5U > 4U
- - - - Total 16 - - -
Jump
5U > 2/8U
- - - - Total 25 - - -

Performs a dashing maneuver that can be canceled on the ground into various followups. The dash covers a pretty good distance but has a lot of recovery, even when you quick stop.


Air Version

Fastfalls diagonally towards the ground. Lancelot cannot act until he reaches the ground and also has some landing recovery. A versatile movement tool with many applications that increase after a hard knockdown or when 236H is forcing the opponent to block, including baiting anti-airs and reversals. Altering the fastfall timing during a jump makes which side he lands on extremely ambiguous.


Quick Stop

Used to bait whiffs in neutral when well-spaced, but the recovery can prevent you from getting a proper punish. Also used in some anti-air combo routes.


Cross Over

Can cross through opponents, but its recovery and the presence of the Guard button doesn't make it a strong mixup just by itself.


Feint

Also used to bait moves in neutral, with less risk than quick stop. Using this to bait forward-moving reversals can reward you with a huge punish.


Jump

Same as the teleport from 22L/M. Used in safe jumps after forward throw or 66H knockdown. The diagonal angle makes it possible to force many wakeup DPs to whiff after a midscreen knockdown, at the risk of losing to regular anti-airs.

Universal Mechanics

Ground Throw

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
1500 Throw 7 3 31 - HKD -

  • Forward Throw:
    • Advantage on hit: +34

Lancelot's forward throw leaves him point blank and at enough advantage to set up a 236X for pressure afterwards. Any DP will punish 236L, but 236H is safe against reversals with startups longer than 9f. The hard knockdown allows for all shades of setups, not just limited to 236X, but that's by far the easiest.

  • Back Throw:
    • Advantage on hit:

Lancelot's back throw sends the opponent half screen, which is too far for 236X to work as a meaty.

Air Throw

Overhead Attack

Special Moves

Wogenstrom

GBVS Fireball.png 236X or 5S

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
236L 700 All 33 Until Hit Total 45 +4 +8 -
236M 700 All 38 Until Hit Total 50 +4 +8 -
236H 350×3 All 33 Until Hit Total 41 +44 +48 -

Fires a projectile that travels across the stage. Very advantageous on contact and very important for his okizeme game. This skill has slow startup but fast recovery, so Lancelot can move and go on the offensive while the projectile is still onscreen. Keep in mind that in a neutral fireball fight you're likely to get hit out of the startup. Comboing into this from CH c.H(1) is possible and adds a good chunk of damage if you use 236H as it has enough hitstun for you to jump and land a j.H.


L Fireball
  • Faster startup but also fast travel time.
  • Travels fullscreen.

M Fireball
  • Slower startup but also much slower travel time.
  • Travels fullscreen.

Very good to cover your approach because of how slow it travels.


H Fireball
  • Hits 3 times.
  • Only travels 3/4 of the screen.
  • Hard knockdown on air hit.

Hits 3 times on both hit and block, making easy to confirm on hit and incredibly plus on block. If the opponent is caught blocking the projectile in the air, they can be hit with any other grounded move since mids are air-unblockable.

Blade Impulse

GBVS Charge.png 66X or 6S

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
66L 800 Mid 16 6 18 -9 KD -
66M 1000 Mid 25 9 16 -6 KD -
66H 1000 Mid 20 9 16 -6 HKD -

A sliding lunge attack. Depending on distance you're very likely to cross through the opponent on both hit and block. If spaced correctly every version can be safe on block.


L Stab
  • Travels about half screen.

When used as a combo ender midscreen, it not only switches sides but the opponent recovers point blank so further pressure can be applied. Also used in high damage anti-air combos as it can be linked off of if it hits high enough.


M Stab
  • Travels about 3/4ths screen.

Safe on block from most ranges and plus at the tip like 66H, albeit with much slower startup. Can be used to close the distance in neutral, as an anti-air/reversal punish combo tool, and as a niche meaty on far hard knockdowns or throws in the corner. If it counterhits at tip range, you can link into 5L for a brief combo extension off the mini-launch.


H Stab
  • Travels the same distance as 66M.

Launches the opponent straight up on hit, allowing further combos on both far-spaced hits and in the corner where you remain close enough to link into c.H afterwards. Midscreen, it gives a hard knockdown and usually gives 236H oki or 5U~8U safe jump setups afterwards. If it hits at the very tip of its range, it leaves you plus on block as opposed to just safe.

Southern Cross

GBVS Strike.png 214L/M/H or 4S

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
214L 300 Mid 14 5 13 -3 +1 -
214M 400 Mid 19 6 13 -4 0 -
214H 300 Mid 11 3 15 -3 +1 -
214L/M Follow-ups 400 (L) / 500 (M) Mid 9 3 16 -4 0 -
214H Follow-ups 350 (1st) / 400 (2nd) / 450 (3rd) Mid 7 3 16 -4 0 -
Ender 500 (L) / 600 (M) / 500 (H) Mid 14 7 24 -16 KD -

  • Technical inputs only require 214X for the first attack, while 4X is used for the follow-ups.

Multi-part advancing slash attacks, colloquially known as "RekkaA series of special attacks that are only available after the first one is performed.s". The initial attack and first follow-ups are safe on block, allowing for pressure resets if you can condition your opponent with the frametrap properties of delayed follow-ups. Additionally, the initial attacks themselves can be spaced to be even or plus on block the further out they make contact. If they hit at the absolute max range, both 214L and 214M can be +1 on block. The enders have a small gap from the previous parts, which makes them a risky way to catch people mashing the follow-ups.


L Southern Cross
  • Can hit up to 3 times.
  • 214L links into 5L on standing counterhit and c.M on crouching counterhit
  • 214L~4L links into c.M on crouching counterhit only

Staple follow-up after hitting with farther-ranged normals such as f.M/f.H/2M. Using a sequence like c.M > 5L > f.M > 214L to condition your opponent to block can open them up for further pressure, or a throw. Keep in mind that strings like 2L > 5L > f.M > 214L actually leave you slightly negative, and while c.M > c.M > f.M > 214L can still set up plus rekkas it leaves massive gaps in your pressure.

214L being +1 on hit allows you to attempt a crush reset with c.M against opponents pressing 5L. Against characters whose fastest normal is 6f startup, c.H can be used instead.


M Southern Cross
  • Can hit up to 3 times.
  • Both 214M and 214M~4M link into 5L on crouching counterhit only

Slower startup and farther travel distance than 214L. Staple combo ender after c.H or autocombo for damage and corner carry. The increased startup makes it decent as a frame trap out of autocombo and most normals, but this gap is large enough to be vulnerable to reversals. Since it travels farther than 214L, using this successfully on block when pushed out of 214L range maintains your frame advantage.


H Southern Cross
  • Can hit up to 5 times.

Because 214X is a critical part of Lancelot's pressure and combos, putting the special on cooldown this way should be used sparingly, but can still be done to get a hard knockdown and a safe jump anywhere on screen. Delaying the follow-ups can be used to secure rounds against very low health opponents via chip damage, but this is still vulnerable to reversals.

Turbulenz

GBVS Leap.png 22X or 2S

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
22L - - - - Total 30 - - 7~21 All, 4~30 Airborne
22M - - - - Total 30 - - 7~21 All, 4~30 Airborne
22H - - - - Total 30 - - 1~21 All
22[L] 1000 High/Air 37 8 30 -18 KD 4~23 All
22[M] 1000 High/Air 37 8 30 -17 KD 4~23 All
22[H] 1000 High/Air 37 8 30 -17 HKD 4~23 All

Lancelot teleports into the air. The horizontal distance depends on the button strength used. All versions can be held which will make Lancelot followup with a overhead plunging attack which is invincible on the way down, but extremely unsafe on block. On counter hit the opponent will bounce, allowing a high damage combo afterwards. Airborne on frame 4.


L Teleport
  • Teleports about the distance of Lancelot's backdash.
  • Unlikely to cross-up unless performed point-blank.

M Teleport
  • Teleports about the distance of two of Lancelot's backdashes.
  • More likely to crossup due to the distance it travels.

H Teleport
  • Teleports farther than L/M version, but does not cross up.

H teleport is the only invulnerable reversal Lancelot has other than his Skybound Arts, but it's often very risky to go for the full plunge because of the very slow startup. You can get by with just doing the teleport portion and either do a falling attack or fastfall to the ground with j.U, but either way leaves you vulnerable to anti-airs, including air throw.

Skybound Art

Weiss Flugel

236236H or 236S

Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
500, 100×12, 1200 Mid 9+4~13 3 28 -12 HKD 1~15 All

  • Minimum damage: 800
  • Simple input (236S) damage: 3000
  • Simple input minimum damage: 450
  • Loses invincibility after the startup but regains it on hit when the cinematic animation begins to play

Lancelot dashes forward with a slash and unleashes a flurry of slashes when he hits. Invincible startup and can travel about half screen if the opponent is far enough, but stops at the opponent's location regardless so it's very punishable on block or whiff. Using the 236236H technical input leaves Lancelot closer to the opponent afterwards, allowing for stronger okizeme.

Super Skybound Art

Schöner Winterhügel

236236U or 236S+U (Air OK)

Version Damage GuardHow this attack can be guarded. Throws have their throw range listed instead. StartupShows how many frame that the corresponding move needs to go through in order to reach its active frames. ActiveShows how many frames where there is a hurtbox, AKA the hitbox where if the opponent touches it, he/she will take damage. Occurs after Startup. RecoveryShows how many frames that the character must go through after its active frames to automatically go back to a neutral stance. On BlockThe difference between the attacker's recovery and the period that the opponent is in blockstun. This Frame Advantage value is based off the fact that the very first active frame touches the opponent. Throws list the amount of Frame Advantage upon successfully throwing the opponent. On Hit Invuln
236236U 1000×2, 2200 Mid 10+6 4~15 25 -8~-9 HKD 1~15 All
j.236236U 1000×2, 2200 All 14 Until landing +1 34 -16 HKD 1~13 All

  • Minimum damage: 1260
  • Simple input (236S+U) damage: 4000
  • Simple input minimum damage: 800

A powerful diving attack with invincible startup.


Ground version automatically locks onto the opponent's position with no additional input, but can be manually angled by holding L (sharp angle, short range), M (shallow angle, far range), or H (shallow angle, full screen range) during startup.

  • Lancelot is only invincible during the startup when he jumps up to the wall so on the way down he can run into DPs, armored moves, and projectiles, making this a situationally worse reversal compared to 236236H.
  • There is a blind spot where the move can whiff when Lancelot is cornered, but intentionally whiffing 236236U~[H] can be a risky way to escape the corner.
  • Because of the time it takes for Lancelot to travel to the wall and back to the opponent, the opponent may tech out before it hits in some midscreen juggle combo situations when Lancelot's back is too far away from the wall. In this case, either use 236236H or save your meter.

Air version dives from Lancelot's current position at a sharp angle, similar to a grounded 236236U~[L]. Does not track and cannot be manually aimed like the ground version.

  • Can be used as a hard callout to crush anti-air attempts, but is even more unsafe than the ground version.

Colors

Colors
Color 1
Color 2
Color 3
Color 4
GBVS Lancelot Color 01.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 02.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 03.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 04.png
Color 5
Color 6
Color 7
Color 8
GBVS Lancelot Color 05.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 06.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 07.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 08.png
Color 9
Color 10
Color 11
Color 12
GBVS Lancelot Color 09.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 10.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 11.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 12.png
Color 13
Color 14
Color 15
Color 16
GBVS Lancelot Color 13.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 14.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 15.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 16.png
Color 17
Color 18
Color 19
Color EX
GBVS Lancelot Color 17.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 18.png
GBVS Lancelot Color 19.png
GBVS Lancelot Color EX.png
Weapons
01
02
03
04
GBVS Lancelot Weapon 01.png
GBVS Lancelot Weapon 02.png
GBVS Lancelot Weapon 03.png
GBVS Lancelot Weapon 04.png
05
06
07
08
GBVS Lancelot Weapon 05.png
GBVS Lancelot Weapon 06.png
GBVS Lancelot Weapon 07.png
GBVS Lancelot Weapon 08.png


External References

how to deal with lancelot oki by tinkr

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