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Soul Calibur 6: How To Play Kilik – Counters and Matchups


Kilik is known as Destiny Awakened and uses his Scepter Bo named Kali-Yuga, using secret Ling-Sheng Su Style Bar as his chosen fighting style. He can use his signature scepter to reach multiple opponents with powerful spinning stabs or attacks – and his Soul Charge will deform his form making him become much more powerful, but at a hefty price.

Soul Calibur 6 Kilik


As you play as the new Kilik, you need to remember that you still have a good range and speed that has become his traditional trait.

However, there are some moves that you can’t do and some moves that you can only do while in SC6 Soul Charge mode.

Some moves are easier to do now, and there are some mixes that have been restored from previous Soul Calibur games for you to get more mining opportunities. Find the entire Kilik Navigator’s Navigation by going to the link.

Kilik New Moves and Abilities

The main thing that seems to be holding him back is that there is no reliable way to throw enemies into the air.

That has finally come here and all you need to do is d / f + B. This trigger allows you to do lots of combos and chain attacks together to deal massive damage.

You also have a new Malicious Form in Soul Charge, in which you lose your life fairly quickly but you also get a lot of attacks and can do tons of damage if you are know-how.

You also get a free Critical Edge that you can use if you want to go back to the Form having the problem normal status.

Use this technique when you want to deal more damage and revert back to normal for a more defensive approach.

The following list will show you some special moves you can do:

  • Crystal fangs by pressing B
  • Headman’s Ax by going in reverse and pressing B three times, then press K
  • Heatwave by beating B three times.
  • Ling-Sheng only while charging the soul by pressing B three times
  • Vermillion Bird Descend moves by Going forward twice and press A then press B
  • Peace of mind by reversing and pressing A
  • Twin Bo Upper by going forward and beating B twice.



The new Kilik has a lot of things that remain the same and a lot of things have changed. In general, the new version is a bit faster and a better character if you plan to use a lot of combinations.

There are still a lot of fake and dodge moves for you in case you want to get rid of the enemy.

In Malfested Form, you become a lot more predictable because people know you will lose your life and need to take that into account.

However, you will do more damage and will have the ability to dash down the character. This makes him the dream of some of the game’s more aggressive players.


Some of the pervasive flaws in the old version are still pretty obvious. Perhaps the biggest thing is the fact that Block Punishment is not nearly as good as it might be.

The other thing that can be a weakness is that you still depend on your dodge moves for defense and if you’re not good at those, then chances are you will have to deal with tons of damage.

When it comes to your Malfested Form, you will be almost completely useless against split characters and possibly keep you away from them.

At high levels, good players will be able to counter-attack you quite easily and that could be one of the main reasons Kilik is not used much in the game.