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The Tenmakujinkyaku (天魔空刃脚, Tenma Kuujinkyaku, "Sky Demon Air Blade Leg") is a Unique Attack used by Akuma, Evil Ryu, and Gouken. It is also one of many techniques copied by Seth in the Street Fighter IV series.

The move made its very first appearance in X-Men: Children of the Atom, where Akuma was a hidden bonus character.

Input (all appearances)
Appearance Function Character Input
Most appearances Unique Attack Akuma
Evil Ryu
Gouken
Arcade Modifier Air (forward) Arcade-Stick-Down + Arcade-Button-MKick

Street Fighter IV series

Unique Attack Seth Arcade Modifier Air (forward) Arcade-Stick-Down + Arcade-Button-HKick
Marvel vs. Capcom series Special Attack Akuma
Complete Change Ryu
Arcade Modifier Air Arcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Kick

DescriptionEdit

The user jumps, landing with a strong kick that inflicts high damage with the outer metatarsal portion of his leading foot; if successful, he can follow up with any other attack, making this a good combo starter. In the case of Akuma and Gouken, it can also be performed via Hyakkishu as an alternate version, albeit with the addition of a low kick.

TacticsEdit

This attack can beat out a Shoryuken if both are executed at the same time, but it cannot cancel Sakura's Shououken and Dan's Koryuken.[citation needed] This move can also be used to cross-up if positioned well enough that is), but some moves like Yun and Yang's Raigeki Shu can perform this task better due to better steep angle control. A notable weakness is the height restriction; since it must be used at the apex of a forward or neutral jump (depending on the game), it is often very difficult to use it consistently.

In the Marvel vs. Capcom series (including its first appearance in Akuma's moveset), the move is a special attack, and its input is a quarter-circle forward motion; the move had a slower startup, but also hit multiple times and knocked down the opponent. However, in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, it was changed back into a command normal with its usual properties. All the games in the series allow plenty of midair windows for the move to be used.

ScreenshotsEdit

SpritesEdit

Akuma tenmakujin kyakuu

TriviaEdit

  • In the Special Edition of Devil May Cry 3, Vergil possesses his own version of the Tenma Kuujinkyaku, called Starfall. The Level 2 of this move sees his legs glowing brightly, referencing its name. Dante also has his own version called Killer Bee, referencing Cammy's old codename.
  • Magma Dragoon, one of the bosses in Mega Man X4, possesses a fire-elemental version of this move, dubbed as the Enkoukyaku ("Blaze Descending Leg"). This move also returns in Mega Man X8 as one of the special attacks Zero can use when equipping the K-Knuckle.

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