One of the strongest techniques on Hit Box is the Electric Wind God Fist. Due to the precision of all buttons, perfect EWGFs are more reliable!
In this post, we will overview the EWGF in Tekken 7 on Hit Box.
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Down + Forward + 2
EWGF requires you to hit the attack button at the EXACT same frame as the Down-Forward. EWGF is very consistent on Hit Box because pressing two buttons on the exact same frame will be much easier than the throw of a joystick, etc.
Down -> Forward + 2
Turn on Input History
Forward + 2 (over and over again)
When you hit the just frame, you feel the sync of the two inputs. You hear the sync of the inputs. Your muscle memory for electrics is built with positive reinforcement.
So rather than just grinding it out and getting frustrated. Practice smart!!!
The great thing about this simple exercise, is that you can practice this between games, in loading screens, on your desk, while your driving, etc. You are teaching yourself what it feels and sounds like to hit an electric!
EWGF - Reach Method (P1 only)
Forward (Right Index Finger)
Neutral (there has to be a space here)
Down (Hold) (Left Middle Finger)
Forward + 2 (Right Index + Ring Fingers) (Still holding Down with left hand)
Kazuya PEWGF (Omen / JFSR Method)
With all that said, there is an alternate way to hit your electrics with Kazuya.
Down + Forward + 2
You do not have to worry about that additional Down input. You simply hit 3 button simultaneously on the same frame.
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