How To Quake Like An Absolute Pro

AkumaccbAkumaccb Posts: 266 ★★


in this video I share the essential tips and tricks to allow you to come out on top in all situations with quake.

video breakdown as follows:

section 1 - how to quake and shake and avoid dropped inputs vs 6.4 Darkhawk boss and Dr Doom duel to show consequence of dropped inputs

section 2 - how to avoid dropping heavies vs IW woman AQ6 minibus

section 3 - how to perform heavy only evades vs Winter Soldier

section 4: how to permanently shut down spite vs Spidergwen

section 5: how to disable brute force vs Brute force Sabretooth

section 6: how to quake while under inverted controls vs Delirium Diablo

Hope this helps everyone out in mastering Quake!

Comments

  • AkumaccbAkumaccb Posts: 266 ★★
    share your own experience with quaking as well and lemme know if I’ve missed anything out
  • UmbertoDelRioUmbertoDelRio Posts: 5,303 ★★★★★
    I'll definitely watch this. Thanks for providing the structure of what you tackle in the video by the way! Great move.

    My biggest issue with quake is that I'm too scared fully committing to quake and shake at this point lol.
  • ẞlооdẞlооd Posts: 1,603 ★★★★
    Akumaccb said:

    share your own experience with quaking as well and lemme know if I’ve missed anything out

    Here's one of my best and worst experiences with her..

  • UmbertoDelRioUmbertoDelRio Posts: 5,303 ★★★★★
    ẞlооd said:

    Akumaccb said:

    share your own experience with quaking as well and lemme know if I’ve missed anything out

    Here's one of my best and worst experiences with her..

    You're a man of focus, commitment and sheer f***ing will. Also a lot of madness. Mostly madness.
  • AkumaccbAkumaccb Posts: 266 ★★

    I'll definitely watch this. Thanks for providing the structure of what you tackle in the video by the way! Great move.

    My biggest issue with quake is that I'm too scared fully committing to quake and shake at this point lol.

    Always a pleasure bruh, I know everyone has limited time so it’s best to facilitate the viewing experience to distill it down to what everyone wants to watch. 😊
  • AkumaccbAkumaccb Posts: 266 ★★
    Some people have asked me as per the delirium video on what kinda cues I follow for quaking. As you can see I leave the volume on so that I can hear the fwop, fwop, fwop, fwop, Fwop (for 5 whiffed attacks) sound that tells me when I have to hold down that heavy charge yet again. My screen protector is the silky smooth Matt finish one to allow for ease of sliding without mucking up due to sweaty thumbs. Works well if my hands ain’t too sweaty. Other than that it’s getting in the zone and also relying on pure instinct.
  • Lpirnie5321Lpirnie5321 Posts: 102
    Good stuff. Thanks for sharing!
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 23,722 ★★★★★
    ẞlооd said:

    Akumaccb said:

    share your own experience with quaking as well and lemme know if I’ve missed anything out

    Here's one of my best and worst experiences with her..

    I thought I was good with her. That's absolutely intense. Hats off.
  • X_Factor_AgentX_Factor_Agent Posts: 2,533 ★★★★
    Awesome!
    I've always heard she could counter spite, but i didn't know how 😁
  • HendrossHendross Posts: 572 ★★

    I'll definitely watch this. Thanks for providing the structure of what you tackle in the video by the way! Great move.

    My biggest issue with quake is that I'm too scared fully committing to quake and shake at this point lol.

    In late act 6 you're dead if you're combod anyways, or the block damage will get you, so there's nothing to lose. Doesn't matter if you're at 40% or 4%. That's where I got my confidence.
  • UmbertoDelRioUmbertoDelRio Posts: 5,303 ★★★★★
    Hendross said:

    I'll definitely watch this. Thanks for providing the structure of what you tackle in the video by the way! Great move.

    My biggest issue with quake is that I'm too scared fully committing to quake and shake at this point lol.

    In late act 6 you're dead if you're combod anyways, or the block damage will get you, so there's nothing to lose. Doesn't matter if you're at 40% or 4%. That's where I got my confidence.
    That's actually a really helpful line of though lol.

    I mean, I did successfully quake several enemies in 6.4., but it was more of a mixture of shaking and baking most of the time. And I just silently used some health potions on her if the block damage got me too much lol.

    OP mentioned pure instinct and that's definitely it. Right after taking my quake to r5 I managed to quake and shake 3 enemies in a row on psychothorns in aw. It's probably mostly about beint confident and really getting in the zone.
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