Under Night In-Birth/UNIST/Hilda
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She savors. She wields her powers for a single purpose. Light and Dark, the contradiction
- 1 Story
- 2 Gameplay
- 3 Character Stats
- 4 Normal Moves
- 5 Universal Mechanics
- 6 Special Moves
- 7 Super Moves
- 8 Videos
- 9 Colors
- 10 External Links
The evil boss responsible for the recent events. She leads a group of talented power-wielders, known as Amnesia, and she herself is infamous, Paradox. However, hearing of a being even stronger than In-Births, the Re-Births, she has sought out and yearned to become one. "Eternity", "Princess of the Night Blade", "Insulator" and the Hollow Night... Immortalize. Confirming all the pieces to the puzzle have gathered, she sets off to ensure her own agenda is seen through. The curtains on her stage rise.
I must transcend the In-Birth and become a Re-Birth...
Hilda is a character who has exceptional screen control and a large assortment of projectile attacks designed to keep her opponent at bay and essential zone them out. Her neutral game in comparison to the rest of the cast is quite strong to the point where it feels incredibly oppressive. Hilda's range on many of her normal attacks is extremely big even for a game such as this where characters having near fullscreen normals is not all that uncommon. Hilda can make good use of her specials such as Fallen Pin and Reverence Pillar to mix up the opponent from very far away or simply control even more space with specials such as Condense Gloom or Skewer. This character requires a relatively good sense of spatial awareness and requires the user to be comfortable with playing very defensively should the opponent get past her barrage of large, long range attacks.
Tier lists have placed Hilda on the lower end of the spectrum with respect to the cast. But don't be fooled, Hilda is by no means a weak character and has many borderline unfair aspects of her play that you can definitely exploit to simply steam roll even some of the strongest characters in the game.
|Forward Walk Speed||Backward Walk Speed||Jump Startup||Jump Duration|
|Dash Startup||Initial Dash Speed||Dash Acceleration||Max Dash Speed|
(1650 on frame 7)
(135 on frame 7)
|Backdash Startup||Backdash Duration||Backdash Distance||Backdash Invul|
- Most normals have disjointed hitboxes and even though they look like projectiles, they are treated as normal strike attacks.
- EX moves will refund a set amount of meter.
- Ground teleport into air teleport possible.
|Frame Data Help|
|Damage||Damage done by this attack.|
(x) denotes combined damage
[x] denotes minimum damage
|Guard||The way this move must be blocked.|
High = Can block standing
Low = Can block crouching
Mid = Can block standing or crouching
Air = Can block in the air
Air Shield = Can block in the air while shielding
Unblockable = Cannot be blocked
|Cancel||Actions this move can be canceled into.|
N = Normal Cancelable
SP = Special Cancelable
EX = EX/IW Cancelable
CS = Chain Shift
UNQ = Unique (See description)
(X) = Hit canceleable only
-X- = Hit or Whiff cancelable
|Property||Special properties this move has. Click on the property to navigate to an explanation.|
|Cost||The resources this move costs to use.|
GRD = GRD Blocks
EXS = EXS Meter
Vorpal = Vorpal
GRD Break = Causes GRD Break
|Attribute||Attributes of the attack. Mostly used in situations involving invul.|
There are two sets of attributes: Strike/Throw and Head/Foot/Dive/Projectile
Every move has a Strike/Throw attribute, but doesn't always have Head/Foot/Dive/Projectile attribute.
Strike = Strike (Anything that isn't a Throw is a Strike)
Throw = Throw
Head = Head (Most jump normals)
Foot = Foot
Dive = Some air specials
Projectile = Projectile
|Startup||Frame when the first hitbox is present.|
+ denotes the frames before and after super flash.
|Active||The amount of frames that this move will have a hitbox.|
(x) denotes frame gaps where there are no hitboxes is present.
Due to varied blockstuns, (x) frames are difficult to use to determine punish windows. Generally the larger the numbers, the more time you have to punish.
|Recovery||Frames that this move has after the active frames if not canceled.|
|Overall||Frames that this move takes from start to finish before the character returns to neutral.|
|Advantage||The difference in frames where you can act before your opponent when this move is blocked (assuming the move isn't canceled and the first active frame is blocked).|
If the opponent uses a move with startup equal or less than this move's advantage, it will result in opponent hitting that move.
±x~±x denotes a possible range of advantage. The left value is when the active frames hit sooner (generally worse) and the right value is for when the active frames hit later (generally better).
|Invul||The frames where this move cannot be hit by an attribute.|
Full = Fully invincible
Strike = Strike invincible
Throw = Throw invincible
Head = Head invincible
Foot = Foot invincible
Dive = Dive invincible
Projectile = Projectile invincible
Memory Slip (Variant)
|Memory Slip (Variant)
Pillar of Revenance
|Pillar of Revenance
44~7A+B while in the corner
Infinite Worth EXS
Customization Unlocks (2000 IP Each)
- Hilda Primer by Angel of Sol