"Go! Genei Jin! (いくぜ! 幻影陣! Iku ze! Genei Jin!?)"

The Genei Jin (幻影陣 Gen'ei Jin?, "Phantom Array") is one of Yun's special attacks, introduced as his third Super Art in the Street Fighter III series. It returns as his Super Combo in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition. Yang formerly utilized this Super Art until replacing it with Seiei Enbu from 2nd Impact onwards.

All appearances Arcade Stick QCFArcade Stick QCF+Arcade Button Punch


Genei Jin

Yun starting up the move against Chun-Li in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition.

Executed by performing two quarter-circle forward motions and pressing punch, Yun briefly pauses to gather his ki in a flash ("Go!"), with the Super Gauge turning into a timer as he calls the move's name.

While the technique is active, blue afterimages of Yun follow behind him and echo everything he does split-seconds later, but they do not hit the opponent. Via in-game for its duration, Yun's recovery time is cut for several of his normals (which allow for devastating links) and special moves (which also gain a notable increase in extra properties, such as his Zesshou Hohou doing multiple hits). Above all, the juggling properties on all of his offensive/damaging attacks increase greatly as well for the said duration, unlike other custom combo-based supers.

Yang possesses a similar Super Art known as Seiei Enbu.


The move allows Yun to more easily string attacks together into combos with infinite juggling, working very similarly to a Custom Combo. The technique itself can be started in the middle of a combo, allowing Yun to conserve his Super Gauge for when he knows it will connect.

Unlike his brother's Seiei Enbu, his attacks take on different properties in the sense that it can be stringed together without knocking down an enemy. Many of his attacks also become faster. Most of the time combos in this state have great effect in the corner due to decreased recovery and the extra hit effects, allowing for a variety of juggle combos if the execution standards can be met.

Back in Street Fighter III, it also empowers the priority on Yun's attacks, allowing him to effectively beat out several other attacks supposedly bound to trade/clash with Yun's while under the effects of Genei Jin. This by proxy can allow him to power through any attempt to stuff/out-poke his own moves a near-impossible choice (which cemented his status as top tier during the time of 3rd Strike). However, this property has been toned down by the time of Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition.

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