If you have ever tried to pull off those fancy Offensive Movement combos, you might have run into a problem: most of the time not your combo but OM- or OM-, dependent on your combo starter, comes out most mistakenly.
I remember having read some post by Myke on VFDC that explained a simple but effective way of dealing with this misery. When I couldn’t find it on the forums anymore, I sent Myke a private message. Myke was so friendly to share his trick with me. And so I’ll share it with you here too.
Myke, who is not only a dedicated VF player but also the head and mastermind behind VFDC, with his own words:
“When you enter or , let go of and and continue holding . At the end of the OM immediately input [your combo]. The carries over to cancel the input buffer to prevent the unwanted OM attack.”
P.S. One example for such an OM-combo for Goh would be: > OM to opponent’s back > .