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Boasting varied rushing attacks and the use of claws! A speedy character with unique mobility! 
Taokaka demonstrates a simply overwhelming speed. She can run circles around her opponents' attacks. Her Drive "Dancing Edge" grants her a tremendous boost in speed, and if you press her Drive button while simultaneously turning the lever, she can fly around the screen both horizontally and vertically. She has many low and middle variations, but beware of her low defense!
|Normal Input||Alternative Input|
| Dancing Edge
|→ Stop / Turn Around / Bounce||A or B or C after Dancing Edge|
| Cat Spirit One!
Neko Tama Wan!
|↓↘→ ＋ A (midair also)|
| Cat Spirit Two!
Neko Tama Tsū!
|↓↘→ ＋ B in midair (repeatable)||SP2|
| Kitty Litter Special!
Hissatsu Neko Makyū!
|→↘↓↙← ＋ A or B or C (only C is delayable)||SP2|
| Trick Edge!
|↓ charge ↑ ＋ D (change directions before charging at opponent by pressing ↓)||SP1|
| Cat Person's Secret Art: Hexa-edge
Neko no Hito Jikiden Hekisa Ejji
|↓↘→↓↘→ ＋ D||SP3|
| Almost Becoming Two!
Hobo Nibiki ni Naru!
|↓↘→↓↘→ + B|
| Attack Meow Pow!
Atakku Nyanbā Wan
|← charge ↙↓↑ + D|
- The Japanese name of Trick Edge (だましんぐエッジ Damashingu Ejji) "Deceive-ing Edge" is written with the word for "Deceive" in Japanese (damashi), and the English ending "-ing" appended afterwards to form a mix of Japanese and English when read out loud.
- In Cat Person's Secret Art: Hexa-edge, the word for "Secret Art" (直伝 Jikiden) uses the words for something "directly inherited" that is strongly implied to be a technique.
- In Almost Becoming Two!, the Japanese uses 匹 piki, a measure word for smaller animals, like cats.
- BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Official Website (JP), Taokaka