What is block advantage?
Correspondingly, what does safe on block mean?
Safe on block is a phrase referring to a move that an opponent can't punish if they block it. This can be primarily determined through frame data, though there are other factors that can affect whether a move is safe or not, such as hitbox data and push back.
Furthermore, how do you calculate frame advantage? Frame advantage is a comparison of the recovery times between the two players.
For reference, blockstun lasts:
- 10 frames for light attacks, +2 on wrongblock.
- 16 frames for medium attacks, +4 on wrongblock.
- 22 frames for heavy attacks, +6 on wrongblock.
- 28 frames for crush attacks, +28 on wrongblock.
Beside this, what does plus on Block mean?
Plus on block and minus on block refer to how fast you're able to act relative to your opponent after an attack connects. For example, as the attacker, an attack that leaves you at +2 means you're able to act 2 frames sooner than your opponent is able to.
What is safe on block mk11?
No safe on block means the string or move you did if the opponent blocks it, it doesn't leave you negative on block and punishable. There are moves and strings that are not safe and if they are blocked your character is unable to block for X amount of frames leaving you open for a combo punish.