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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future/Chaka/Combos

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Stand On Chain Combos

Note that the moves in () are optional while performing Chaka's Chain Combos. In case of most, it's optimal to just do one or two s.5A's instead of three, as one or two will deal more damage overall and the third hit might make the rest of the combo drop.

s.5A>(5A>5A)>5B>5C - Chaka's primary Chain Combo. This version of s.5C can be only canceled after the second hit into either s.236+B rekka (only the B variant works for the first hit) or s.236+AA. The timing can be weird but it leads to optimal damage from this string. Note that you cannot cancel into the custom combo out of this.

s.5A>(5A>5A)>5B>5C>5B - Using 5B after the s.5C will lead you to an untechable launcher. Depending on how many hits your combo had, the height at which the opponent will be launched will be shorter. If the combo had 4 hits or less, you should be able to easily follow it up with s.236+AA. If it had 5 hits, you will only able to connect with s.236+AA in the corner. More hits might make it impossible to combo after it. Very unsafe on block. s.5A>(5A>5A)>5B>5C>2B - Using 2B after the s.5C will result in a low attack that cannot be canceled. Relatively safe on block.

s.5A>(5A>5A)>5B - This Chain Combo can be cancelled into any special or super. Use it to go for longer combos by either using Custom Combo or rekkas. s.2A>(2A)>5B - This Chain Combo can be canceled into any special or super. Use it to go for longer combos by either using Custom Combo or rekkas.

s.5A>(5A>5A)>5B/2B>2C - A chain of attacks leading to a sweep.

s.2A>(2A)>5B/2B>2C - A chain of 4 low attacks (unless 5B was used instead of 2B), resulting in a hard knockdown. s.2A>(2A)>5B/2B>5C - Ends with a non-cancelable version of s.5C, so avoid using it.

s.5A>5A>5A>5A - Chaka's "auto-combo" which should actually be avoided. The last hit converts into a non-cancelable version of s.5C which is very unsafe on block. Avoid using it at all costs! s.2A>2A>2A - Two low pokes into a sweep. The sweep doesn't actually combo after s.2A and therefore this "auto-combo" should be avoided.

s.5A>(5A>5A)>5C - Same as Chaka's main "auto-combo". Just as bad. Avoid using it! s.2A>(2A)>5C - Same thing as above except it starts with low attacks. Avoid using it!

s.5A>(5A)>6B - Jabs into a jumping overhead. Quite useless as it doesn't combo. s.5A>(5A>5A)>2C - Jabs into a sweep. Quite useless as it doesn't combo. s.2A>(2A)>6B - Low jabs into a jumping overhead. Quite useless as it doesn't combo.

s.6A(must connect)>5B>5C - A chain combo starting from a head level swipe. The first hit must touch the opponent (can be blocked) or you won't be able to perform the full string. It's quite unreliable since it whiffs against most if not all crouching characters, but results in high damage. s.5C can be canceled after the second hit into s.236+A rekka (only the A variant works for the first hit) or s.236+AA super.

s.6A (must connect)>5B>5C>5A - Using 5A after the s.5C results in a low poke attack that can be canceled into a special or super. Use it to combo into the Custom Combo or s.236+AA super. You can also combo into s.623+A/B/C out of it but it's very easy to miss. s.6A (must connect)>5B>5C>5B - Using 5B after the s.5C results in a jumping overhead. Practically useless as it doesn't combo.

Custom Combo Examples

Chaka pretty much only got one Custom Combo he can do for optimal damage. Though the first two hits can be different, the rest of the combo is the same. He does, however, use different setups for Stand Crash combos and his famous unblockable resets, but those are rather specific and will be shown in the later combo sections.

His optimal custom combo looks like this:

214+S (5C xx 236+A/B/C>236+A/B/C, 5A>5A>5A>5B>5C (2 hits)>2B 236+A/B/C>236+A/B/C) - In his Custom Combo you'll want to simply land as many hits before your Stand Gauge depleted. It's best to use the light versions of his rekka special as they come out faster. You might avoid going for 2B during the second Chain Combo as it's harder to follow it up and it just does 1 point of damage. Still, Chaka really needs that additional 1 point of damage as his damage output is already rather poor.

Instead of 5C for the first two hits you can also use the following: 5A>5A 2A>2A 2A>2B 5A>5B - 5B whiffs against some shorter characters. 2A>5B - Same as above. 6A>5B - Same as above, except 6A whiffs against most crouching characters, too.

Pretty much any two hit string will do.

As for the follow up after a Custom Combo, you can do the following: S+5A>5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+B>236+A/B/C>236+C - Optimal meterless finisher. S+5A>5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+AA - Uses meter to deal higher damage.

The follow-up is rather precise, but the timing isn't too hard. If you performed Stand Off 5A instead of s.5A, you might still be able to link it into either s.5A or s.2A using a crouch cancel.

Some characters get pushed too far after the Custom Combo ends. This may result in the combo dropping if you use two s.5A in the Chain Combo after it, so to be consistent use only one against these characters: Avdol, Vanilla Ice, Black Polnareff, Rubber Soul, Petshop.

This basic Custom Combo will be refered to as Custom Combo Sequence (CCS) in later combos.

Basic Combos

Most of Chaka's combos can start from any of his jumping attacks.

Stand Off

The ones you'll be using in Stand Off are j.B, j.C. Worth noting is that he can also combo into any of his normals from a jump-in, except for 6C. Here's a list of some basic links.

5A, 5A xx 236+S or 214+S (CCS) - Hitconfirm from two standing jabs with the sword's hilt.

2A, 2A xx 236+S or 214+S (CCS) - Hitconfirm from two low kicks. Just note that they have much shorter range than 5A.

2A, 5A xx 236+S or 214+S (CCS) - Low kick to standing jab. Fairly simple, with 5A covering more range and dealing more damage than 2A.

2A, 2A, 5B xx 236+S or 214+S (CCS) - Two crouching low kicks into a standing one. Rather tight but still fairly simple.

5A, 2A, 5B xx 236+S or 214+S (CCS) - Does more damage but is very tight to do. Not recommended.

2C, 5A xx 236+S or 214+S (CCS) - Chaka's quickdraw slash can combo into his 5A, though you need to be very close to the opponent. Works mostly well in a corner.

d.2C, 5A/2A xx 236+S or 214+S (CCS) - The dashing version of s.2C makes you slide towards your opponent, making the link easier.

Stand On

Chaka can confirm into his Custom Combo or s.236+AA super out of pretty much every normal, including the dashing versions of them with the exception of s.2C and d.s.2C.

He can also combo into each of his normals from a j.s.C. A good strategy is to perform a hyper hop while in Stand Off, then turn your Stand On midair before attacking.

From all of Chaka's normals, dashing 5C is the highest damaging one, which makes it the most optimal one for starting combos.

s.5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+B>236+A/B/C>236+C - Basic Chain Combo into rekka. Note that you need to start the rekka with the B version of the move, otherwise it won't work.

s.5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+AA - Same thing but with a super instead. Does slightly more damage overall.

s.2A>5B xx s.236+A/B/C>236+A/B/C>236+C - Chain Combo starting with a low into rekka.

s.2A>5B xx s.236+AA - Same as above but ends with a super.

s.2A>2A>5B xx s.214+S (CCS) - Optimal Chain Combo string for starting Custom Combo.

s.5A>5A>5B xx s.214+S (CCS) - Similar to the one above except it hits mid, instead of low, and does 1 less damage.

s.6A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+A>236+A/B/C>236+C - Chain combo starting with Chaka's head level slash, leading into the rekka. Note that you need to start the rekka with the A version of the move, otherwise it won't work.

s.6A>5B>5C (2 hits)>5A xx s.236+AA or s.214+S (CCS) - Same as above but with the additional low attack which can be canceled into Chaka's supers.

s.5A>5B>5C (1 hit)>5B, 236+AA - Launcher into super. Works best if you only hit your opponent 4 times before the launcher. If it started from a jump-in, you can still land the super with a 5-hit combo in the corner against most characters. Hit them with the super as they're falling down.

Advanced Combos

Stand Off

5A, CrC S+5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+B>s.236+A/B/C>s.236+C - Crouch cancel link into rekka. Very tight.

5A, CrC S+5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+AA - Crouch cancel link into super.

5A, CrC S+5A/2A>5B xx 214+S (CCS) - Crouch cancel link into Custom Combo.

2A, WC S+4A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+B>s.236+A/B/C>s.236+C - You need to walk cancel 2A or you'll perform 5A instead of the s.5A. You need to hold back, as holding forward will lead to s.6A that doesn't combo. Very tight.

2A, WC S+4A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+AA - Same combo as above but leading into super.

2A, WC S+4A>5B xx 214+S - Same combo as above but leading into Custom Combo.

2C/d.2C, 5A, CrC S+5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+B>236+A/B/C>236+C - Insanely tight all around. There is no reason to go for it at all, so it's not recommended.

2C/d.2C, 5A, CrC S+5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+AA - Same as above.

2C/d.2C, 5A, CrC S+5A>5B xx s.214+S - Same as above.

Stand On

d.s.2A (late hit), d.5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+B>236>A/B/C>236+C - If d.s.2A hits late (someone walks into it or it's used as a meaty), you can connect with s.5A after it.

d.s.2A (late hit), d.5A>5B>5C (2 hits) xx s.236+AA - Same as above, ending with a super.

d.s.2A (late hit), d.5A>5B xx s.214+S - Same as above, ending with a Custom Combo.

These combos work only against characters that are in Stand On:

s.2C/d.s.2C xx s.623+A/B/C or s.236+AA - s.2C launches the opponent instead of causing the hard knockdown if the opponent has their Stand On. This allows you to follow-up the sweep with an otherwise useless s.623+A/B/C or s.236+AA if you have meter to spend.

s.5A>5B>2C xx s.623+A/B/C or s.236+AA - It works from Chain Combo strings as well.

s.2A>2B>2C xx s.623+A/B/C or s.236+AA - Another, more common example.

s.2A>5B>2C xx s.623+A/B/C or s.236+AA - Does slightly higher damage when compared to the one above.

Other Advanced Combos for Chaka rely on using Stand Crashes or his "unblockable" setups using the launcher from one of his chain combo string.

Stand Crash Combos

One very important thing to note about Chaka is how accessible and reliable Standcrash Combos are to him, not to mention how some of his most optimal routes come from them. That is why it's very important to know your options at all times and why this section is particularly vital. The combos listed here are the ones that come from the most likely starters to land in a match, but keep in mind Chaka can get optimal Standcrash routes from all of his normals, so feel free to experiment as well.

Small Stand Gauge SC Setups (Jotaro, Chaka, Vanilla Ice)

s.j.C, 5A/6A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236B>236A/B/C SC! 236A, 5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236B>236A/B/C>236C

s.j.C, 5A/6A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236B>236A/B/C SC! d.s.5C xx 214S CCS s+5A>5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA

s.5B/s.66B xx 214s [5A>5A, 5A>5A, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! s.j.C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214s CCS

s+5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

5B/66B xx 214s [5C(2 hits) xx 236A/B/C, 6A>6B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! s.j.C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214s CCS s+5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

Medium Stand Gauge SC Setups (Avdol, DIO, Old Joseph, Polnareff)

s.j.C, d.s.5C xx 236A/B/C>236A/B/C SC! 236A, 5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236B>236A/B/C>236C

s.j.C, d.s.5C xx 236A/B/C>236A/B/C SC! d.s.5C xx 214S CCS s+5A>5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA

s.5B/s.66B xx 214s [5A>5A>5B xx 236A/B/C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! s.j.C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214s CCS s+5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

5B/66B xx 214s [5C(2 hits) xx 236A/B/C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! s.j.C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214s CCS s+5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

Medium Stand Gauge SC Setups (Iggy)

s.j.C, d.s.5C xx 236A/B/C>236A/B/C SC! 236A, 5A>2B>2C

s.j.C, d.s.5C xx 236A/B/C>236A/B/C SC! d.s.5C xx 214S [5C(2 hits)>236A, 5A>5A>5A>2B>5C(2 hits) xx 236A] s+5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA

Large Stand Gauge SC Setups (Alessi, Kakyoin, New Kakyoin, Midler)

s.j.C, 5A>5B xx 214S [5A>5A, 5A>5A, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! s.j.C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214s CCS s+5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

s.5B/s.66B xx 214s [5A>5C(1 hit) xx 236A/B/C>236A/B/C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! s.j.C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214s CCS s+5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

5B/66B xx 214s [5C(2 hits) xx 236A/B/C>236A/B/C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! s.j.C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214s CCS s+5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

Unblockable Resets

One of Chaka's most important aspects is his ability to set up Unblockable Resets, which let him bypass damage reduction caused from scaling. These resets come from his s.5A > s.5B > s.5C > s.5B launcher which has a certain property that allows these unblockable resets to happen. These resets can only be done against active and weapon Stand characters who have Stand ON enabled.

After the s.5B launcher, you must perform a meaty attack. This attack will be unblockable due to characters in s.On not being able to block on their first landing frame (bar some exceptions that will be covered later on), and you can continue your combo from there. This will also reset combo scaling, allowing you to deal more damage than a regular Chaka BnB or even a Stand Crash BnB.

So yes, Chaka has damage potential. Just against certain characters.

Each character has a different unblockable setup. They are broken down into three sections: Small Stand Gauge UB Setups, Medium Stand Gauge UB Setups, and Large Stand Gauge UB Setups. They correspond to the size of a character's Stand Gauge bar, i.e. Jotaro has a small Stand health bar, Polnareff has a medium Stand health bar, and Kakyoin has a large Stand health bar.

IMPORTANT

Midler, and to some extent DIO, are not susceptible to the Unblockable Resets. Midler has i-frames upon landing and, due to some bizarre hurtbox morph, DIO can't be meatied with an attack that hits close to the ground on landing, but you can meaty him with moves like 5A or 2C, which hit higher up. Vanilla Ice is a notable mention as well, you can reset him, but due to his S.on airborne hurtbox you can't meaty him, which is to say you need to be frame perfect with your input, rather than abusing moves with lots of active frames like 5B.


Small Stand Gauge Setups (Jotaro, Chaka, Vanilla Ice)

5B xx 214+S (2A>2A, 5A>5B>5C (1 hit)>5B) !UBR S+2A>5B xx s.236+A/B/C>236+A/B/C !SC, s.d.5C (2 hits) xx 214+S (CCS)

5B xx 214+S (5B xx 236+A/B/C, 5A>5B>5C (1 hit)>5B) !UBR 5B xx 236+S !SC, s.j.C, s.6A>5B>5C (2 hits) >s.5A xx 214+S (CCS)

d.s.5B xx 214+S (2A, 5A>5B>5C (1 hit)>5B) !UBR S+2A>s.5B xx s.236+C>236+C !SC, d.s.5C (2 hits) xx 214+S (CCS)

d.s.5C (1 hit) xx 214+S (2A xx 236+A/B/C 5A>5B>5C (1 hit)>5B) !UBR 5B xx 236+S !SC, s.j.C, s.6A>5B>5C (2 hits) >5A xx 214+S (CCS)

s.j.C, s.5A>5B xx 214+S (5A>5B>5C (1 hit)>5B) !UBR 5B xx 236+S !SC, s.j.C, s.6A>5B>5C (2 hits)>5A xx 214+S (CCS)

(corner only) s.j.C, s.5A>5B>5C (1 hit)>s.5B !UBR s.2A>5B xx s.236+A/B/C>236+A/B/C !SC, d.s.5C (2 hits) xx 214+S (CCS)

Medium Stand Gauge UB Setups (Avdol, Old Joseph, Polnareff)

66B > 214+S (2A 2A 5A 5B 5C(1) 5B) !UBR 2A, S+5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+B > s.236+B !SC, s.66C(1) xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

66B > 214+S (2A 236+A/B/C 5B 5C(1) 5B) !UBR S+2A > s.5B > s.236+C > s.236+C !SC, s.66C(2) xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

s.66B > 214+S (2A 5A 5B 5C(1) 5B) !UBR S+2A > s.5B > s.236+C > s.236+C !SC, s.66C(2) xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

s.66B > 214+S (5B 236+A/B/C 5A 5B 5C(1) 5B) !UBR 5B > 236+S !SC, s.j.C, s.6A > s.6B > s.6C(2) > s.6A xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

s.j.C, s.5A > s.5B > 214+S (5A 5B 5C(1) 5B) !UBR S+2A > s.5B > s.236+C > s.236+C !SC, s.66C(2) xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

(corner only) s.j.C, s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(1) > s.5B !UBR s.2A > s.5B > s.236+C > s.236+C !SC, s.66C(2) xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

Large Stand Gauge UB Setups (Alessi, Kakyoin, New Kakyoin)

s.6A whiffs against Alessi, so you wont be able to get the CC extension on him, after the Stand Crash just do s.j.C, s.5A> s.5B> s.5C (2) xx 236+AA or rekka.

66B > 214+S (2A 2A 5A 5B 5C(1) 5B) !UBR 2A, S+5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+B > s.236+B !SC, s.66C(1) xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

s.66B > 214+S (2A 5A 5B 5C(1) 5B) !UBR walk, 2A, S+5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+B > s.236+B !SC, s.66C(1) xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

s.66B > 214+S (5B 236+B 5A 5B 5C(1) 5B) !UBR 5B > 236+S !SC, s.j.C, s.6A > s.6B > s.6C(2) > s.6A xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

s.j.C, s.5A > s.5B > 214+S (5A 5B 5C(1) 5B) !UBR S+2A > s.5B > s.236+C > s.236+C !SC, s.66C(2) xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

(corner only) s.j.C, s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(1) > s.5B !UBR s.2A > s.5B > 214+S (5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A), 5A > 236+S !SC, s.j.C, s.5A > s.5A > s.5A > s.5B > 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

(corner only) s.j.C, s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(1) > s.5B !UBR S+2A, S+5A > s.5B > s.5C(1) > s.5B launcher, 2B > 236+S !SC, s.j.C, s.6A > s.6B > s.6C(2) > s.6A xx 214+S (Custom Combo), S+5A > s.5A > s.5B > s.5C(2) > s.236+AA

Guard Cancel Combos

Guard Cancel is one of Chaka's most important defense tools, as in Stand Off his GC is extremely fast and can be comboed from, even into custom combo confirms! Nevertheless, it is worth noting that, while impossible to follow it up, his Stand On Guard Cancel is also decently good, so don't tunnel vision into only fishing for his S.Off GC.

While Chaka can perform various followups after a GC, such as S+5A, S+5C or 5C the most reliable followup is s+5B, the reasoning behind it is that sometimes opponents might get pushed too far back for another attack to reach them, which is where the range on s+5B comes into play, not to mention it's very fast as well so it allows for easy and consistent followups. Additionally, it deals a lot of Stand Gauge damage, which can give you a lot of leeway regarding Stand Crash setups.


An example of your most basic GC combos would be:

GC, s+5B xx 236A/B/C>236A/B/C>236C GC, s+5B xx 236+AA GC, s+5B xx 214S [CCS] S+5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236+AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

Stand Crash Setups

Small Stand Gauges (Jotaro, Chaka, Vanilla Ice)

GC, s+5B xx 214S [6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! j.s+C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214s [CCS] s+5A>5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

Medium Stand Gaugs (Avdol, DIO, Old Joseph, Polnareff)

GC, s+5B xx 214S [5A>5A, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! j.s+C, 6A>5B>5C(2hits)>5A xx 214S [CCS] s+5A>5B>5C(2 hits)xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

Large Stand Gauges (Alessi, Kakyoin, New Kakyoin, Midler)

GC, s+5B xx 214S [5C(2 hits) xx 236A/B/C>236A/B/C>236A] SC! j.S+C, 6A>5B>5C>5A xx 236AA GC, s+5B xx 214S [5A xx 236A/B/C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A] 5A xx 236S SC! j.s+C, 6A>5B>5C(2hits)>5A xx 214S [CCS] S+5A>5B>5C(2 hits)xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

Chaka's_Basic_and_not_so_basic_GC_Combos Chaka's Basic and not so basic GC Combos


Unblockable Resets

As if all this wasn't enough yet, if he successfully performs a GC, Chaka can convert into an Unblockable Reset! This has massive damage output potential, at the cost of some of them being hard to perform while in the heat of a real match. That being said, however, they make for an astoundingly potent punish tool that, if mastered, will make you truly terrifying.

Small Stand Gauges (Jotaro, Chaka, Vanilla Ice)

GC, s+5B xx 214S [2A, 5A>5B>5C(1 hit)>5B] !UBR 5B xx 236S SC! j.s+C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214S [CCS] s+5A>5A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

Medium Stand Gauges (Avdol, Old Joseph, Polnareff)

GC, s+5B xx 214S [236A, 5A>5B>5C(1 hit)>5B] !UBR 5B xx 236S SC! j.s+C, 6A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 214S [CCS] s+5A>5A>5B>5C(2 hits)>5A xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C

Large Stand Gauges (Alessi, Kakyoin, New Kakyoin)

GC, s+5B xx 214S [5A>5B>5C>(1 hit)>5B] !UBR s+5A>5A>5B xx 236A/B/C>236A/B/C SC! 66C xx 214S [CCS] s+5A>5A>5B>5C(2 hits) xx 236AA or 236B>236A/B/C>236C







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