You may have been playing 3rd Strike for years, but that doesn’t mean you know everything about it. There are many intricate details and hidden strategies to learn about the game. In this blog post I am going to teach you a few things that might just change your play style for the better!
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This is a post to figure out the best fighters in 3rd Strike. In this article, I will be ranking them from S rank (strongest) to F Rank (weakest). To rank these guys, I have put their stats into tiers and then ranked them accordingly against each other. It should also be noted that I am not taking anything else into account for these rankings besides their individual statistics. This means match ups between two fighters are ignored while looking at things like damage output or which moves they might use more often than others. You can find all of the dajis data in this document which can be found at the end of the article.
I will start by telling you what each tier means:
S Rank (Strongest) – Fighters that are extremely difficult to defeat and have a huge advantage over all other fighters in 3rd Strike. They should win most rounds with relative ease.
F Rank (Weakest). As the name suggests, these are some of the weaker characters on 3rd strike and likely struggle against many opponents they come up against because their stats just don’t measure up well enough compared to those of other players. Typically, they may only find success when fighting someone who is ranked below them or when facing an opponent where it’s possible for them to get lucky during any given round.
A Rank – The “average” 3rd strike character who is neither the strongest or weakest in the game but can still give you a run for your money depending on how they are played and what their matchup is against any given opponent. They will typically win rounds more often than not if they’re fighting another fighter of this rank but may find themselves struggling when going up against someone ranked higher than them.
B Rank- Fighters from B tier are generally some of the stronger fighters whom many new players to 3rd Strike may have trouble defeating without getting lucky during certain rounds because these opponents should be able to defeat most other characters with relative ease as long as both players play at an equally skilled level. These fighters tend to
have a few weaknesses that make them vulnerable to certain other fighters but are otherwise pretty solid.
A Rank- A tier characters will generally be able to defeat most other 3rd Strike characters with relative ease, and while their strengths may not always be in an area where they can avoid being defeated by another fighter from the list of the top tiers, these fighters should still have enough tools at their disposal that they won’t find themselves losing too many matches regardless. These opponents tend to only have one or two major vulnerabilities that give players ranked below this