Street Fighter 6 – Lily Combo / Move List (Character Guide)

You could have assumed she was T. Hawk’s child or something when you first saw her. That is not true. Lily is linked to that character since she is a part of the Mexican tribe known as the Thunderfoot, which was assaulted by the series’ opposing forces.

Fortunately, Lily is okay and can hold her own against any foe. This character excels at aerial assaults and also uses stocks to make stronger, longer movements. While Lily lacks a projectile, she more than makes up for it by being able to link her movements in the air.

Lily: Unique Attacks

MoveCommandWhat It Does
Ridge ThrustDown Forward + Heavy PunchIt’s an overhead.
Horn BreakerBack + Heavy PunchIt’s a strong attack.
Great Spin(In the air) Down + Heavy PunchIt’s a strong aerial attack.
Double Arrow(In the air) Medium Punch, Medium PunchIt’s an aerial two-hit combo.
Desert StormForward + Heavy Punch, Heavy Punch, Heavy PunchIt’s a series of strong attacks.

Lily: Special Moves

MoveCommandWhat It Does
Condor WindQuarter Circle Back + (Any) PunchIt charges Windclad stock. It can be held down.
Condor SpireQuarter Circle Forward + (Any) KickIt’s a flying attack, goes forward.
Tomahawk BusterDragon Punch + (Any) PunchIt’s a flying attack, goes upward.
Condor Dive(In the air) Two PunchesIt’s a flying attack.
OD Condor Dive(In the air or after an OD Tomahawk Buster) Three PunchesIt’s a follow-up flying attack.
Mexican Typhoon360 + (Any) PunchIt’s a command grab.

Lily: Super Arts

MoveCommandWhat It Does
Breezing HawkDoble Quarter Circle Forward + (Any) PunchIt’s a series of strong but slow attacks.
ThunderbirdDoble Quarter Circle Forward + (Any) KickIt’s a hurricane attack.
Soaring Thunderbird(In the air) Doble Quarter Circle Forward + (Any) KickIdem Thunderbird but in the air.
Raging TyphoonDoble Quarter Circle Back + (Any) PunchIt’s a close-range grab that unleashes a cinematic attack.
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