Injustice: Gods Among Us – Lex Luthor Gravity Mine Trap Tutorial

By on April 24, 2013 at 2:01 pm
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Nutrient16 recently put together an Injustice: Gods Among Us tutorial that details how to use Lex Luthor’s gravity mine move to set up an unblockable trap on push block. The trap is accomplished by push blocking an opponent back to an already placed gravity mine. If done at the right distance, the opposing character will still be in a recovery state, meaning they will be unable to block the gravity mine when they hit it.

The video covers how Lex players can use this trap as well as ways they can counter it if another Lex tries to use it against them.

Source: Nutrient16, thanks to link3kokiri for the tip

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  • N1Special

    I’m a Prophet.

  • Beb0p

    This video is pretty shltty. Your acting as if the other guy will run in and grab so you can tech it at the exact time it’s going to blow up. This is just that bad and you should feel bad.

    An unblockable mine that shocks and is able to continue a combo if in one. Another unblockable is Doom’s Day hulk like move where he jumps into that air and crashes with a rock. Very accurate and all range when burning a meter.

    Besides grabbing you can either sweep or hit crouching right? Or cross up with most characters or even just spam a projectile. But nah, the only thing you can do is grab and get hit into that combo.

    • Cameron Horton

      That wasn’t grab teching. The video was all about push blocking (mostly)

    • Joey T Medina

      What Cameron said.
      Honestly, did you even see the video? You and the 3 people who liked your post must seriously have trouble paying attention.