A list of (hopefully useful) Fantasy Strike resources, for those looking to learn, looking to watch tournament archives, or just looking for handy dandy tools!
- Official Guide: An official guide for the fundamentals of the game.
- Playing to Win: Playing to Win, a book (free to read online) about how to approach fighting games.
- Some help with port forwarding
- Glossary of Fighting Game Terminology: A useful list of explanations of various terms commonly used in fighting game communities.
- Frame Data Spreadsheet: A spreadsheet listing the frame data of every move in Fantasy Strike.
- Aphotix's Argagarg Guide: A guide on the fundamentals of playing Argagarg effectively, written by one of the best Argagarg players in the community.
- Aphotix's Setsuki Guide: A guide on the fundamentals of playing Setsuki effectively, written by one of the best Setsuki players in the community.
- Novril's Character Guides: A guide to the basics of each character.
- Tidazi’s thoughts on “Noise” (and a bit about conditioning and Rook oki): A forum post on a notable psychological element of gameplay, written by one of the best Rook players in the community.
- Hypergrav's Matchup Compendium: A compilation of footage for every matchup in Fantasy Strike, collated by Hypergrav, a prominent member of the community.
- "Little things I wish I knew before I started": A huge amount of little useful bits of information that can be extremely useful, put together by ErickDRedd, prominent member of the community and Maker Of Memes.
- Random Character Thoughts: A collection of pieces of advice for some characters, by Sente and professorplacid.
- Janet's Thoughts on Stuff: A (currently very small) collection of brief guides on miscellaneous concepts in Fantasy Strike, put together by Janet who is also the person who made this page!
- Tidazi's Onimaru Guide: A guide on the fundamentals of playing Onimaru effectively, written by an utterly fantastic Onimaru player.
- A two-part guide (part one, part two) by trapdoorbeaver - the first part dealing with his fundamental strategies and toolset, the second part dealing with his matchups.
- Full Combo Guide by Hating Mirror - a spreadsheet containing the main combos for every character in the game.
Video Channels (plus a recommended video or playlist from each):
- Fantasy Strike: The official Fantasy Strike Youtube channel - notably containing a playlist of character spotlights (that can also be found in-game).
- ThyPirateKing Esports: A Youtube channel owned by a major Fantasy Strike tournament organiser - notably containing a playlist of archives for his weekly tournaments.
- Toronto TopTiers: A Youtube channel owned by a Canadian fighting game community which hosts many tournaments (including Fantasy Strike tournaments!) - notably containing a playlist of archives for their online weekly tournaments.
- Daniel Stretulch: A Youtube channel owned by Daniel Stretulch, host and commentator for Garden of Chaos - notably containing a playlist of archives for Garden of Chaos tournaments.
- Agoners Gaming: A Youtube channel owned by Remy, a Fantasy Strike streamer and blogger - notably containing a playlist of ranked matches he's commentated in his streams
- Mr Mkl: A Youtube channel owned by MrMkl, prominent member of the Toronto FS community, especially in the Toronto TopTiers local fighting game community - notably containing a series of Jaina training sequences! (But also check out the playlists and combo videos)
- CWheezy: A Youtube channel owned by CWheezy, an absurdly skilled and experienced member of the Fantasy Strike community and tournament commentator - notably containing a video explaining the Grave vs Valerie matchup in a minute.
- Shobbs: A Youtube channel owned by shobbs (aka the rook hugger), an extremely experienced and skilled member of the Fantasy Strike community - notably containing a video tutorial on playing Rook.
- Simon Braendli: A Youtube channel owned by mysticjuicer, containing a video guide on safe jumping as Rook.
- Alien Toy Shop: A Youtube channel owned by ATS, one of the strongest Oni players around and frequent tournament winner - notably containing an advice video for the Oni vs Midori matchup!
- Nahjus: A Youtube channel owned by Nahjus, a frequent FS streamer, containing videos of ranked play from their streams.