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I have a Shield DI question 
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When people say shield DI, I think i'm supposed to shield and then press left or right, right?

But if I do that, wouldn't I end up rolling? or do I keep the shield and press right or left as soon as someone hits me? or??

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Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:22 am
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Shield DI is like smash DI. You man move slightly while in shield stun by pressing left or right. C-stick might work too.


Sun Jul 02, 2017 12:03 pm

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You do the inputs during Shield-stun, once you see your character not in a freeze-frame, you stop. Just like you would stop mashing A & B once you see you got out of a grab-release.

And like Bunq mentioned, you can do it with C-stick without worry of doing too many inputs into a roll.


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