Hellish Quart Move List for All Characters

Hellish Quart Move List

Hellish Quart Move List

Until the developers give us actual Move Lists in the Pause Menu, I made my own.

All button presses are shown as if you are using an XBox controller, or at least one with the same buttons, like the Logitech gamepad I use. They are also shown as if you are Player 1 on the left side of the screen.

I have also listed my favorite moves. If you have any suggestions then add them in the comments.

ALL CHARACTERS

When opponent does a low attack:

  • Punish (←Y or ←X): quickly pull your lead leg back, then high attack at the opponent’s head.

Long Guard (LT):

  • Low Swipe (B or A): short downward swipe, used to knock the opponent’s weapon away if they are also in Long Guard.

Close Range:

  • Hand Push (RT): push the opponent’s hand to create an opening.
  • Escape Hand Push (←←): if the opponent pushes your hand, quickly dash backwards to avoid their attacks.
  • Instant Kill (RB or LB): grab the opponent and kill them.
  • Escape Instant Kill (←): if the opponent grabs you, quickly press backwards to escape the grab.
  • Close Attack (Y, X, B, or A): punch, kick, or pommel-strike the opponent to create an opening.

ISABELLA (LONGSWORD) PART 1

Isabella is the most complicated character because most of her attacks change depending on which foot she has forward. She also has extra attacks in High Guard and Low Guard.

Basic Attacks – Left Foot Forward:

  • High Right (Y): short vertical slash, switch feet.
  • High Left (X): short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center.
  • Low Right (B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet.
  • Low Left (A): lean to the left a little, then a short horizontal slash from left to center.

Basic Attacks – Right Foot Forward:

  • High Right (Y): lean to the left a little, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center.
  • High Left (X): short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, switch feet.
  • Low Right (B): short diagonal upward slash from lower right to center.
  • Low Left (A): short, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from center to upper right, switch feet.

Moving Forward – Left Foot Forward (→):

  • High Right (→Y): step forward with a high horizontal slash with the back edge (known in German as a Zwerchhau), switch feet.
  • High Left (→X): long diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (→B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet.
  • Low Left (→A): low horizontal slash at the legs from left to right.

Moving Forward – Right Foot Forward (→):

  • High Right (→Y): long diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (→X): short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, switch feet.
  • Low Right (→B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (→A): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right, switch feet.

Moving Backward – Left Foot Forward (←):

  • High Right (←Y): long diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left, switch feet.
  • High Left (←X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (←B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet.
  • Low Left (←A): low horizontal slash at the legs from right to left.

Moving Backward – Right Foot Forward (←):

  • High Right (←Y): awkward looking diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (←X): long diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, switch feet.
  • Low Right (←B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (←A): diagonal upward slash or swipe from lower left to upper right, switch feet.

Moving Left – Left Foot Forward (↑):

  • High Right (↑Y): lean to the left a little, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center.
  • High Left (↑X): long diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (↑B): step to the left and slash upward from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (↑A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower left to upper right.

Moving Left – Right Foot Forward (↑):

  • High Right (↑Y): awkward looking diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (↑X): short, high, almost horizontal slash from center to upper right, switch feet.
  • Low Right (↑B): short diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet.
  • Low Left (↑A): short diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right, switch feet.

Moving Right – Left Foot Forward (↓):

  • High Right (↓Y): short diagonal downward slash from upper right to center, switch feet.
  • High Left (↓X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, switch feet.
  • Low Right (↓B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet.
  • Low Left (↓A): low horizontal slash at the legs from right to left, switch feet.

Moving Right – Right Foot Forward (↓):

  • High Right (↓Y): diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (↓X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, switch feet.
  • Low Right (↓B): high horizontal slash with the back edge (known in German as a Zwerchhau).
  • Low Left (↓A): horizontal slash from left to right.

ISABELLA (LONGSWORD) PART 2

Isabella is the most complicated character because most of her attacks change depending on which foot she has forward. She also has extra attacks in High Guard and Low Guard.

Long Guard – Left Foot Forward (LT):

  • High Thrust (Y or X): step forward and thrust, switch feet.

Long Guard – Right Foot Forward (LT):

  • High Right (Y): quick step forward and low thrust.
  • High Left (X): step forward and thrust.

High Guard – Left Foot Forward (↑, LT):

  • High Attack (Y or X): short vertical slash, switch feet.
  • Low Attack (B or A): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet.

High Guard – Right Foot Forward (↑, LT):

  • Slash and Thrust (Y or X): vertical downward slash, then a thrust.
  • Low Attack (B or A): short, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower right to center.

Low Guard – Left Foot Forward (↓, LT):

  • High Right (Y): step forward and thrust, switch feet.
  • High Left (X): over-the-head back-edge vertical slash.
  • Double Attack (B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.

Other – Left Foot Forward:

  • Charging High Right (→→Y): dash forward, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper right to center, switch feet.

Other – Right Foot Forward:

  • Charging High Right (→→Y): dash forward, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper right to center.

Combos – Left Foot Forward:

  • High R-R Combo (Y, Y): short vertical slash, switch feet, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • High L-R Combo (X, Y): short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, then a short vertical slash, switch feet.
  • High L-R-R Combo (X, Y, Y): short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, then a short vertical slash, switch feet, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Zwerch-Copter (→Y, X): step forward with a high horizontal slash with the back edge (known in German as a Zwerchhau), switch feet, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, switch feet again.
  • Infinite Zwerch-Copter (→Y, →X, repeat): step forward with a high horizontal slash with the back edge (known in German as a Zwerchhau), switch feet, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, switch feet again, repeat.
  • High-Low L-R Combo (→X, B): long diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, then a long diagonal upward slash with the back edge from lower right to upper left, switch feet.
  • Low-High R-L Combo (B, X): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet, then a slightly-angled (almost vertical) slash from upper left to lower right, switch feet again.
  • Low-High L-R Combo 1 (A, Y): lean to the left a little, then a short, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from center to upper right, then step forward with a high horizontal slash with the back edge (known in German as a Zwerchhau), switch feet.
  • Low-High L-R Combo 2 (→A, Y): low horizontal slash at the legs from left to right, then step forward with a high horizontal slash with the back edge (known in German as a Zwerchhau), switch feet.
  • Low R-L Combo (B, A): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet, then a short, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from center to upper right, switch feet again.
  • Low L-R Combo (→A, B): low horizontal slash at the legs from left to right, then a diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet.

Combos – Right Foot Forward:

  • High R-R Combo (Y, Y): lean to the left a little, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, then a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High L-R Combo (X, Y): short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, switch feet, then a short vertical slash, switch feet again.
  • High L-R-R Combo (X, Y, Y): short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, switch feet, then a short vertical slash, switch feet again, then a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High R-R-R Combo (→Y, Y, Y): long diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, lean to the left a little, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center.
  • Infinite Combo (→Y →Y, repeat): long diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, repeat.
  • High-Low L-R Combo (→X, B): short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, switch feet, then a diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet again.
  • High-Low L-R-L Combo (→X, B, X): short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, switch feet, then a diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet again, then a fast diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, switch feet again.
  • Low-High L-R Combo 1 (A, Y): short, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from center to upper right, switch feet, then a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left, switch feet again.
  • Low-High L-R Combo 2 (→A, Y): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right, switch feet, then a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left, switch feet again.
  • Low-High R-L Combo (B, X): short diagonal upward slash from lower right to center, then a short diagonal downward slash from upper left to center, switch feet.
  • Low L-R Combo (A, B): short, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from center to upper right, switch feet, then a diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet again.

My Favorite Attacks – Either Foot Forward:

  • (B) and (←B) are very useful at close range if you need to extricate yourself.
  • (→→Y) is a very high-risk, high-reward move. If it hits then it’s almost always a kill, but if the opponent blocks it then it leaves you vulnerable.

My Favorite Attacks – Left Foot Forward:

  • (Y) can sometimes result in a quick kill, but it’s hard to get the range just right.
  • (→Y) and (→Y, X) are really useful in a variety of situations.
  • (→X, B) looks awesome, but can leave your head exposed.
  • (↑X) can be chained endlessly and is useful for circling your opponent.
  • (→A) and (→A, B) are good for crippling your opponent’s legs, especially against saber users.

My Favorite Attacks – Right Foot Forward:

  • (A, Y) and (→A, Y) are really effective combos.
  • (Y) and (←X) can be chained after most attacks or combos.

GEDEON (SABER)

After certain attacks, Gedeon switches which foot he has forward, but unlike Isabella most of his attacks are the same no matter which foot he has forward. In most cases, if he is left-foot forward and does a right attack then he’ll switch to right-foot forward, or if he is right-foot forward and does a left attack then he’ll switch to left-foot forward.

Basic Attacks:

  • High Right (Y): diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left (sometimes switch feet).
  • High Left (X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low Right (B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low Left (A): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right (sometimes switch feet).

Moving Forward – Left Foot Forward (→):

  • High Right (→Y): step forward with a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left, switch feet.
  • High Left (→X): small step forward with a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (→B): step forward with a diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, switch feet.
  • Low Left (→A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower left to upper right, switch feet.

Moving Forward – Right Foot Forward (→):

  • High Right (→Y): small step forward with a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (→X): switch feet and step forward with a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, switch feet again.
  • Low Right (→B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left (looks like it might be with the back of the saber instead of the front edge).
  • Low Left (→A): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right, switch feet.

Moving Backward (←):

  • High Right (←Y): diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left (sometimes switch feet).
  • High Left (←X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low Right (←B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low Left (←A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower left to upper right, always switch feet.

Moving Left (↑):

  • High Right (↑Y): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left (sometimes switch feet).
  • High Left (↑X): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper left to lower right (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low Right (↑B): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower right to upper left (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low Left (↑A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower left to upper right (sometimes switch feet).

Moving Right – Left Foot Forward (↓):

  • High Right (↓Y): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, switch feet.
  • High Left (↓X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, switch feet.
  • Low Right (↓B): low horizontal slash at the legs from right to left, switch feet.
  • Low Left (↓A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower left to upper right, switch feet.

Moving Right – Right Foot Forward (↓):

  • High Right (↓Y): slow, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (↓X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, switch feet.
  • Low Right (↓B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (↓A): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right, switch feet.

Long Guard – Left Foot Forward (LT):

  • High Right (Y): long step forward with a short vertical slash, switch feet.
  • Moving Left High Right (↑Y): switch feet, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, switch feet again.
  • Moving Right High Right (↓Y): switch feet, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, switch feet again.
  • High Left (X): short step forward with a slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Thrust (→X): step forward and thrust with palm up, switch feet.

Long Guard – Right Foot Forward (LT):

  • High Right (Y): hesitate for a moment, then a short step forward with a slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, switch feet.
  • Moving Left High Left (↑X): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper left to lower right.

Other:

  • None found yet.

Combos:

  • High L-R Combo 1 (X, Y): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, then a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left (sometimes switch feet).
  • High L-R Combo 2 (→X, →Y): step forward with a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, then step forward with a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low-High L-R Combo (A, Y): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right, then a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low-High R-L Combo (B, X): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low L-R Combo (A, B): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right, then a diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left (sometimes switch feet).
  • Low R-L Combo (B, A): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, then a diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right (sometimes switch feet).

My Favorite Attacks:

  • Basically all variations of High Right (Y, →Y, ←Y, ↑Y, and ↓Y) are effective and useful in multiple situations.
  • (X, Y) and (→X, →Y) are pretty good combos.
  • A lot of Gedeon’s attacks chain really well, even outside of the defined combos.

JACEK (SABER)

Jacek and Barabasz are very similar. Even though the developers have tried to differentiate them, they still share mostly the same move-set.

Basic Attacks:

  • High Right (Y): diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (X): slightly-angled (almost vertical) slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (A): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right.

Moving Forward (→):

  • High Right (→Y): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (→X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (→B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (→A): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right.

Moving Backward (←):

  • High Right (←Y): short vertical slash.
  • High Left (←X): short swiping attack from left to right.
  • Low Right (←B): short slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (←A): short swiping attack from left to right.

Moving Left (↑):

  • High Right (↑Y): quick horizontal slash from right to left.
  • High Left (↑X): hanging guard, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (↑B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (↑A): quick, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower left to upper right.

Moving Right (↓):

  • High Right (↓Y): hanging guard, then a slightly-angled (almost vertical) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (↓X): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (↓B): low horizontal slash at the legs, from right to left.
  • Low Left (↓A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from left to right.

Long Guard (LT):

  • Chop (Y): step forward, then a vertical slash.
  • Trickshot (X): step forward, then a reverse vertical back-edge cut.
  • Cutthroat (→Y): step forward and thrust with palm up.
  • Thrust (→X): step forward and thrust with palm down.
  • Go Around (↑X): double-step forward, then a hanging guard, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.

Other:

  • Leg Lunge (→→B): dash forward, then a low horizontal slash at the legs from right to left.
  • Spear (→→Y): dash forward and thrust.
  • Feint Sidestep (↑↑X): dash left, fake a slash, then a step forward and a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • Belly Lunge (↓→B): big step forward, then a low horizontal slash from right to left.
  • Stab (↓→Y): short step forward and thrust.
  • Revenge (↓←X): leap backward, then step forward and thrust.

Combos:

  • Combo 1 (B, X): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Combo 2 (A, Y): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right, then a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • Belly to Legs (→B, A): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, then a low horizontal slash at the legs from left to right.
  • Whirl(→Y, Y): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, then another slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • One, Two (→Y, X): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • One, Two, One (→Y, X, Y): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, then another slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • One, Two, Three (→Y, X, B): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, then a diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.

My Favorite Attacks:

  • (Y) is a really strong basic attack.
  • (↑X) and (↓Y) are useful when trying to circle your opponent.
  • (X) in Long Guard is very hard for the opponent to block.
  • (→→Y) is effective for closing distance quickly.

BARABASZ (SABER)

Jacek and Barabasz are very similar. Even though the developers have tried to differentiate them, they still share mostly the same move-set.

Basic Attacks:

  • High Right (Y): diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (X): slightly-angled (almost vertical) slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower left to upper right.

Moving Forward (→):

  • High Right (→Y): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (→X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (→B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (→A): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right.

Moving Backward (←):

  • High Right (←Y): short vertical slash.
  • High Left (←X): short swiping attack from left to right.
  • Low Right (←B): short slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (←A): short swiping attack from left to right.

Moving Left (↑):

  • High Right (↑Y): quick horizontal slash from right to left.
  • High Left (↑X): hanging guard, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (↑B): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (↑A): quick, slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower left to upper right.

Moving Right (↓):

  • High Right (↓Y): hanging guard, then a slightly-angled (almost vertical) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (↓X): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (↓B): low horizontal slash at the legs, from right to left.
  • Low Left (↓A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from left to right.

Long Guard (LT):

  • Chop (Y): step forward, then a vertical slash.
  • Trickshot (X): step forward, then a reverse vertical back-edge cut.
  • Cutthroat (→Y): step forward and thrust with palm up.
  • Downward Slash (→X): long slightly-angled (almost vertical) slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Horizontal Slash (↑Y): high horizontal slash from right to left.

Other:

  • Spear (→→Y): dash forward and thrust.
  • Twirl-and-Slash (→→X): dash forward and twirl the saber overhead, then a slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Hanging Guard (↑↑X): double step and hanging guard, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Belly Lunge (↓→B): big step forward, then a low horizontal slash from right to left.

Combos:

  • Combo 1 (B, X): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Combo 2 (A, Y): diagonal upward slash from lower left to upper right, then a diagonal downward slash from upper right to lower left.
  • Belly to Legs (→B, A): diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left, then a low horizontal slash at the legs from left to right.
  • Whirl (→Y, Y): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, then another slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • One, Two (→Y, X): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • One, Two, One (→Y, X, Y): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, then another slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • One, Two, Three (→Y, X, B): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, then a diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right, then a diagonal upward slash from right left to upper left.

My Favorite Attacks:

  • (Y) is a really strong basic attack.
  • (↑X) and (↓Y) are useful when trying to circle your opponent.
  • (X) in Long Guard is very hard for the opponent to block.
  • (→→Y) is effective for closing distance quickly.

MARIE (RAPIER)

As one might expect, Marie’s best attacks are thrusts. Her slashes tend to be slow and not very useful.

Basic Attacks:

  • High Right (Y): over-the-head slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (X): straight thrust.
  • Low Right (B): reach slightly to the right and thrust.
  • Low Left (A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from lower left to upper right.

Moving Forward (→):

  • High Right (→Y): step forward and straight thrust.
  • High Left (→X): step forward and slightly to the right, while reaching to the left to thrust.
  • Low Right (→B): small step forward and thrust at a slight angle.
  • Low Left (→A): lunge while reaching slightly to the left to thrust.

Moving Backward (←):

  • High Right (←Y): small step backward and straight thrust.
  • High Left (←X): small step backward while reaching slightly to the left to thrust.
  • Low Right (←B): over-the-head slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • Low Left (←A): small step backward, draw the rapier back and then thrust low.

Moving Left (↑):

  • High Right (↑Y): over-the-head slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left.
  • High Left (↑X): diagonal downward slash from upper left to lower right.
  • Low Right (↑B): long diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left.
  • Low Left (↑A): awkward-looking thrust and then stumble.

Moving Right (↓):

  • High Right (↓Y): step to the right, draw the rapier back, and then thrust.
  • High Left (↓X): step to the right, then a full-extension reach and thrust.
  • Low Right (↓B): low horizontal slash from right to left.
  • Low Left (↓A): slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper left to lower right.

Long Guard (LT):

  • High Left (X): downward vertical slash, then recover to the right.
  • Forward High Left (→X): straight thrust (looks the same as Basic Attack High Left).

Other:

  • Circling (↓→Y): circle the tip of the rapier then thrust.
  • Hop and Thrust (↓←X): hop backward then thrust.
  • Dashing Thrust (→→A): dash forward then straight thrust.
  • Low Slash (↓→B): step forward with a long diagonal upward slash from lower right to upper left (looks almost the same as Moving Left Low Right).

Combos:

  • High Combo (Y, Y): over-the-head slightly-angled (almost horizontal) slash from upper right to lower left, then a small step forward and a thrust.

My Favorite Attacks:

  • (X) is very simple but very effective against most opponents.
  • (→Y) is good for when (X) isn’t working.
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