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HORI Fighting Commander for PlayStation 4 & 3 Officially Licensed by Sony - PlayStation 4
Officially Licensed by SonyDesigned for 2D fighting games with 6-button layoutCompatible with PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC (via Input)R/L toggle switch and Turbo functionsWired controller for instant response
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78 Reddit comments about HORI Fighting Commander for PlayStation 4 & 3 Officially Licensed by Sony - PlayStation 4:

u/olbaze · 12 pointsr/fightsticks

It being a Razer product in no way justifies the price. At best, it explains it, as Razer is infamous for selling overpriced, crap products. Even this stick is literally a rip-off of the Mad Catz fightpad, except it's even less usable (no analog stick) and somehow costs like 4 times as much. Even the very similar Hori Fighting Commander is a third of the price.

u/somuchqq · 9 pointsr/dragonballfighterz

If you're playing on pad, just use any USB game controller you already have. The most important thing is that you think it's comfortable.

If you want personal anecdotes, I'm currently using a HORI Fighting Commander, and it's pretty nice.

u/Barstool · 7 pointsr/dragonballfighterz

I don't know about that Madcatz one, but I love my Hori Fighting Commander.

u/icemanblues · 6 pointsr/StreetFighter

I've been told that the Hori fightpad is the best. It'll take a beating and keep on fighting.

u/JSGuin · 6 pointsr/Guiltygear

The xbox analog stick is possibly one of the worst input methods for direction out of all the common options. Even the awful 360 d-pad is better. I think you'll find improvement using anything else. If you want to keep the xbox controller, do yourself a favor and learn to use the dpad on it.

If you want a to get a better controller, for pad get the Hori Fighting Commander. If you want a stick, most people recommend the HRap4 Kai.

u/_Nibelheim_ · 6 pointsr/Fighters

PS4/PS3 & PC - I own this fightpad, many people say its the best fightpad on the market, I would concur.

XBONE/360 & PC

Fusion by PowerA is also releasing a wired fightpad this fall you may wanna check out.

u/Night_Eye · 5 pointsr/dbfz

Using numpad notation: (5 = neutral, 6 is toward the opponent, 8 up, etc.)


IAD: 8 6 6 and 8 4 4 are pretty inefficient try:


IAD forward: 9->6 (wait a little in between, going back to neutral before 6. the cleaner/faster you get with this the closer to the ground you'll be when you dash - which is preferable because it gives less time for the opponent to react)


IAD backward: 7->4 (again neutral in between)


Other people have pointed out the shortcut for airdashing - I've always found those kinda hit or miss, so i prefer the above. Up to you though.


Long Jump: input: 2 8 (neutral) or 2 9 (forward) or 2 7 (backward)


TBH i don't really use this as much as I should(? idk i just play for fun and self-improvement, i'm not competitive), but it's just a practice thing - getting used to your controller. To practice, a good setup is to see if you can do a move/combo (or in this case jump) all the way from one side of the screen to the other (multiple times if it's a far-moving move) without messing up. IAD is the perfect example, start from one corner and IAD repeatedly until you get to the other corner. Do it until you can go the whole screen without missing the input. (don't just grind for it though, probably best to do this as a warm-up for 20 mins or less per day for a bit)


If you're open to getting a different controller (it's not required at all, but it may be more comfortable or more consistent for you, it is for me), I really like [this one for ps4]( and while i don't personally use the xbox variant [here it is]( Fightsticks are really nice too, but they're expensive.


Let me know if you have any other questions or if I didn't explain something properly, i'm happy to help.




Edit: Idk what's happening with the formatting, that usually works :/

u/TheForlornGamer · 5 pointsr/Tekken

Just get the Fighting Commander. It's like a couple more dollars expensive than this one but it's much bigger and has a better D-pad altogether. They even have one for Xbox, too.

u/IIIMingLeeIII · 5 pointsr/INJUSTICE

I bought fightpad last year and it's a feature. I assign it to a button and it'd have the effect of pressing the button really quickly until I cancel it.

It's this one Hori Pad.

u/00Nothing · 4 pointsr/mvci

Hori Fighting Commander. Yes, it's a pad, but it's the FG'nest pad on the market. Perfect layout, durable enough to put up with my temper, uses XInput for PC. Done and done.

EDIT: I completely missed the word 'art' in the title. Oh well.

u/NoChart · 4 pointsr/pcgaming

The Xbox d-pads are nearly all terrible for precise inputs. Grab up a controller that was made for fighting games, like these ones.

u/jackjackjackncoke · 4 pointsr/Tekken

Arcade stick or pad is a preference. There's really no right answer. Personally, I love stick. I picked one up soon after I got into fighting games, because I loved the idea of them and I knew that I would love using one, and I haven't looked back since.

If you are curious about arcade sticks, just keep in mind that they take a few months to get used to. Some people pick it up faster than others, but for me it was a good month before I became accustom to it and then a handful more before it felt truly natural.

As for third-party pad alternatives, I know that Hori ( Fighting Commander 4 & Fighting Commander ) and MadCatz ( FightPad PRO ) both make controllers geared towards fighting games. Personally, that FightPad PRO looks bizarre to me.

u/Novelty_Frog · 3 pointsr/Guiltygear

I second this. Amazing pad. Good dpad, buttons aren't mushy, and build quality is overall solid. It also has a switch for x-input, which isn't as useful since SFV got d-input support, but still nice for other games which may or may not support x-input.

u/101shiki · 3 pointsr/salty

The Hori Fighting Commander seems quite popular among people who prefer pads that cater to fighting game players. I'm a stick player myself so I can't speak for it from experience, but I'm just throwing that out there. (You might be able to get a better deal elsewhere, as well.)

u/SempaiSoStrong · 3 pointsr/StreetFighter

Oh gotta use the dpad! Other cheap option... HORI Fighting Commander for PlayStation 4 & 3 Officially Licensed by Sony - PlayStation 4

u/jamrocks · 3 pointsr/Blazblue

If you want a fightpad, then Hori Fighting Commander: amazon link

Or you could get try grabbing the older model, Fighting commander 4: amazon link

u/jus-do-it · 3 pointsr/StreetFighter

Are you in the States? Amazon has Fighting Commander Pros for $60, but they also have a newer model without the adjustable d-pad for $40:

u/ManOnPh1r3 · 3 pointsr/Fighters

If your main goal is to get away from the 360 dpad, there are pads you can use to avoid the higher costs of stick.

Either the Hori fighting commander or a PS4 controller may solve your problem.

u/uncannyDINOZORD · 3 pointsr/PS4Deals

If you don't mind I'll give you some more thoughts. So first on fight sticks: They are in no way necessary to be competitive or in our case 'not bad' and they definitely are not for everyone. When I was heavy in dbfz I used this it is larger (I have larger hands) but it really helped me build up execution with the feedback and nice d-pad and its cheaper than almost all fight sticks. Since then though I have gone back to just the ps4 controller and don't see any major drop offs. I know this is a ps4 sub but if you have a switch you can usually find dbfz on sale on that and just use the joycons. Seasoned fighters will go crazy at that suggestion but its all about what works for you. I use the joycons for dbfz and will admit my execution is sloppier and I drop things I wouldn't on ps4 but I like to play on the go (mostly practice cause you want good connections when playing online).

Now on dbfz. Get it. Period. If you are a dragon ball fan get it. If you are new to fighters get it. If you want a great community to help you learn and has a crazy amount of resources get it. If you want to look cool with the lowest possible execution get it. If you grow into a monster at fighters and want to do some crazy stuff get it and probably all other fighters.

u/megatornadox · 3 pointsr/Fighters

Take a look on the Hori FC pad. Its a pad specific for figthing games that has an impressive dpad.

u/calamityadvent · 3 pointsr/fightsticks

i used a hori fighting commander for a while before i finally got the scratch to invest in a stick. i really like it, and still use it every now and again just for fun. i also use it when i play emulators and some platformers.

the dpad is solid and face buttons are slightly oversized. i find it to be a really satisfying pad all around.

u/Abmahnanwalt · 3 pointsr/Roms

I can recommend anything from 8BitDo, especially the SNES ones.

Since a few months i use the HORI Fighting Commander for most retro systems up to PSX. It feels great + there's a PS version, if you prefer that.

u/skyguy25 · 3 pointsr/dragonballfighterz

They have actual game pad controller which you actually could benefit off of. There pretty legit, here's one so you have an idea of what I mean.

u/Zefirus · 3 pointsr/StreetFighter

How cheap is "cheap" to you?

This line is one of the best pads out there for SFV, and I don't personally consider it very expensive. You might try and find a used one on ebay or something if you need cheaper. Or one of the older gens. I personally use their older model.

u/Eight-Six-Four · 2 pointsr/MortalKombat

Not true.

I've got this controller and it will repeatedly press any of the face buttons, bumpers, or triggers for me. You can set it to hold the button down or you can set it to rapidly press it. So, if I want to go afk, I can set it to rapidly press cross and it will just keep inputting "X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X" for as long as the controller is on.

u/fuzeebear · 2 pointsr/MvC3

This one is $10 cheaper, no sense in OP getting the one that supports 360+One if he only has 360

Although if it was me, I would just get the Hori Fighting Commander for $39

u/eDRoaCH · 2 pointsr/StreetFighter

I owned that pad, and didn't like it. The completely circle dad made it impossible for me to use (no tactile feedback of thumb location) they since made a new version that has a cross, so if you buy I definitely recommend that one.

However I prefer the Hori FC4 it just feels better in my hands, the madcaz is too angular for me.

You sacrifice an analog stick (IMO something only giefs really care about) and the top buttons are a bit muddier, but they're more comfortable and I rarely use them. The big bonus is the price difference, it's way cheaper than even a dual shock.

u/brainfraud · 2 pointsr/mvci

I use the Hori Fight Commander for PS4 I do not like analog sticks or the DS4.

If I'm going to play on a controller and not a stick I'll use the Dpad other wise if you use analog just use an arcade stick but thats my personal opinion.

u/wingmasterjr · 2 pointsr/StreetFighter

IIRC a diamond ibuki player plays on keyboard so its not impossible.

My advice to you is to go into training mode and start practicing the motions. Quarter circle, Half circle, Z motion(Dp), etc etc until you feel comfortable doing them consistently. It will take time but eventually you will get it down.

But if you find it awkward still you can get a Hori pad for about $40 right now OR if stick is more of your thing you can get a Hori mini for about $40.

Remember that these will not make you any better at the game. It will take some time to get execution and timings down all while learning the basics of the game.


u/Noughiphiet · 2 pointsr/Fighters

Well the mini controller won't break your wallet at $30 ($20 on amazon right now). Unfortunately It would seem that it is PS4 only. The original PS3 Fighting Commanders are rare and if they suffer from the same issues as I experienced then I would avoid it. I just realized that they redesigned the PS4/3 Fighting Commander is the original design they used for the Hori Mini PS4 controller. So I would totally grab one new! ($40 no less)

I would highly recommend learning an arcade stick in the future as there seems to be much purchasing options for you. I did indeed come from an Arcade background. Well over 20 years ago my home console was a SEGA Saturn; so I had that perfect 6 button controller for games like Darkstalkers and Street Fighter Alpha (the saturn arcade stick is kind of a piece of shit). When the Dreamcast came out along with that lackluster controller for Fighting Games and I switch to the Hori/Agetec arcade stick. When the original Xbox came out I switched back to controller after trying every single Fight Stick that came out on it (pelican, Nuby, etc) and hated every single one of them.

Street Fighter 4 came out and Madcatz and Hori stepped up the game with making high quality and more importantly; available arcade sticks, so I never looked back.

u/gershmonite · 2 pointsr/Fighters

Check out the Hori Fighting Commander (also has an XBox One version). I just started using it a few weeks ago while waiting for holiday sales on fightsticks, and found it to be an excellent gamepad. It isn't universal to other games because it doesn't have analog sticks, but for fighters it really does a great job.

u/suckasurprise · 2 pointsr/StreetFighter

It used to be available on, they have a new version of it though. Here's the link

u/Tek_Nicale · 2 pointsr/Fighters

Sorry if I wasn't clear but I meant more the newer HORI FC since it seems to be the cheapest good option.

u/thinksammich_ · 2 pointsr/Tekken

Have you ever had a stick? I have a Razer Panthera sitting on my desk collecting dust. It was great for SV5, but for Tekken I feel like the Hori Fighting Commander is superior.

u/sip_sigh_repeat · 2 pointsr/StreetFighter

The version of the fighting commander you linked is inferior to the newer version here.

The FC4 that you linked has an adjustable dpad which lead to reliability problems only a few months in for some people. the newer model doesn't have these problems and is very solid.

u/JustLeeBelmont · 2 pointsr/snes

If you happen to have the Snes mini controllers you could pair them with this adapter.

I'm personally not a fan of the Buffalo USB pad as the dpad is raised higher than an original snes controller which feels worse to me. The edges on it are unreasonably sharp for some odd reason so if you happen to play games with fast inputs (fighting games) your thumb is absolutely going to feel the difference.

If you're in the market for a good dpad controller, in general, I can't recommend the hori fighting commander enough. It's incredibly comfortable and has compatibility with a lot of games right out the gate.


u/Spockrocket · 2 pointsr/PS4

If you want to use an actual stick, I'd say it's probably not worth getting the Alpha. Miniature sticks such as the Alpha and the Hori Fighting Stick Mini tend to be uncomfortable to use for extended periods of time, and are made using lower quality parts than full-size sticks. If you want a stick, the cheapest one I'd recommend would probably be the Qanba Carbon. I own one and it's a fairly nice stick for beginners. Technically it's not a PS4 controller, but Street Fighter 5 and a few other games support it in Legacy Mode. Check to see if the other fighting games you have support Legacy controllers. If they do, this is a great option for your price range. Otherwise, your next best bet is probably the Qanba Drone.

If you want a pad, the revamped fightpad pro is a good choice. I've never used one but the new model has gotten significantly better reviews than the problematic previous model. Personally I went with the Hori FC4, but the price has gone significantly up since that model isn't being manufactured anymore. The newer model is only $40 though, so that fits in your budget.

u/Nanai87 · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

Recently got this one after using FC4 for quite awhile:

Really like it but at times I notice the thing you mention with down back not being responsive.

u/rmeds · 1 pointr/dbfz

People who use stick are usually the guys who grew up playing fighting games in the arcade- so it's something they are used to. However not all notable pros use stick- sonicfox for example uses pad, and he won winterbrawltwith with it. So I guess if you feel like you will be more comfortable using a stick, then go with it- but don't think that it's required to play well.

Personally, I use The hori fighting commander . This works for both pc and ps4- they have an Xbox version as well. I chose this as my input device because I grew up playing fighting games on a pad and because it's easy to transport.

I don't know much about sticks, but look into hori and qanba brands. What I do know about sticks is their users recommend spending a bit more rather than buy a cheap stick and needing to replace it other on.

Here's some vids that can help you decide

Just remember- it all comes down to personal preference. Good luck on you're choice and maybe we'll run into each other in ranked

u/C-Abdulio · 1 pointr/kof

And THIS is why I'm investing in one of THESE -

Not that I'm dismaying stick players; i envy their fine-tuned control and there are some things you cannot do with a pad that you can do with a stick. I even tried practicing Bodega-chains with Kyo in KOF XIII with my old 360 stick.

But nothing feels more comfy for me than playing SNK games with pad. Been that way since I started with KOF 98 on the DC. It's a good part of why I love SNK games - All my button are on the face pad, and they're paired up so I just need to press 2 for rolls or blow back. Shoulder buttons are just extra stuff as needed.

u/DoctorButler · 1 pointr/Fighters

Go wired, for posterity.


I swear by this one.

u/tmntfever · 1 pointr/Tekken

DS4 buttons are just too small and spaced too closed together for my taste. Also, the lack of a handle on the right side makes it feel way more comfortable. There is also this version of the HFC, which I find less comfortable due to the lack of a handle on the left side.

Edit: A plus to the HFC is that it's also hardwired, so you won't have to worry about turning off the controller at tournaments. Just plug and play, and when you're done, just pull and go.

u/SegataSanshiro · 1 pointr/Games

> PS4 is wireless

Not inherently.

u/shun-goku-satsu · 1 pointr/MvC3
u/BaC0nz13 · 1 pointr/Fighters

I have never used a fighting stick before. I am going to buy a fight pad instead. I am looking to play UMvC3 on PC (and maybe PS4). My xbox one controller does not work anymore. The RB button is broken. I used my xbox one controller for MKX, the D-pad seemed okay.

  • HORI Fighting Commander 4


  • HORI Fighting Commander

    From what I have read the Fighting Commander 4's d-pad is more reliable. I have read that some of the Fighting Commander's d-pad break pretty easy. Would it be better to spend the $65 over the $40?
u/Hori--FTW · 1 pointr/Kappa

Your chances of finding a legit contoller are pretty low. They were made in a very low supply and only in Japan. They sold out quickly and the Chinese bootlegger's jumped on it. So if you find one like this on Ebay, chances are that it's a Chinese bootleg. I should know because I bought one and the D-pad snapped right off after about a month of moderate use. $50 well spent. Sarcasm.

You're best bet is to buy an authentic Saturn controller and then buy an adapter.

I have no idea if there is an adapter for PS3/PS4 but I can verify that this adapter works for PC without issue.

Saturn D-Pad is good but it's little loose. If you've ever held one of those Madcatz controllers it's like that but obviously of a better quality.

The gold standard for fighting game controllers is the Hori:

Specifically this version with the switch for PC. Avoid the Pro version like the plague. I've bought two different Pro's and they both stopped working after less than a year. I've bought this controller over a year ago and have yet to have any issues. Hence my username.

But use what you're comfortable with. Reminder: Smug, I'mStillDaddy and Nuckledu use the standard PS4 controller. I think there's a couple of other pad warriors that hit top 8. I know Luffy uses a controller but I don't know if he's still using a PS1 controller or made the switch to PS4 or Hori.

u/Echoj2 · 1 pointr/RetroPie

I don't own one, but a video I saw showed how awful that d-pad is.

The HORI Fighting Commander looks pretty solid and has a turbo function, though I don't own one either, but I'll bet you are looking for an all-in-one solution and need analog sticks.

u/Lord_Baine · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

My buddy has this one and won't shut up about how great it is.

They also have one for xbox

u/TypographySnob · 1 pointr/fightsticks

Never seen that before. As an alternative, check out the PowerA Fusion FightPad or the Retro-bit Saturn controller. There's also the wireless Saturn and Gensis pads from 8bitdo and Retro-bit (but I'm always paranoid about delay in wireless PCBs) and the HORI Fighting Commander (but it has a + shaped d-pad).

u/Negative_Rainbow · 1 pointr/Fighters

In terms of games to play, Street Fighter V or Guilty Gear Rev are where you want to be. Street Fighter, despite all the complaints people have, is the game with the biggest playerbase, so you will find the most resources for that game. Guilty Gear has some of the best ingame resources for learning, and plenty of out of game resources so it also an excellent place to start.

As for prehipherals, if you want to try out stick on PC, I've heard the Qanba Carbon ($60) is a good place to start. I personally ordered one last week, can't report on the quality until it comes in, but the reviews are good. If you want a controller and are willing to learn dpad, the Hori Fighting Commander ($40) is the best pad on the market, I own one and it feels/plays fantastic. Also the fighting commander has ps3/ps4 support if you want to play in tournaments (most are played on ps4).

u/pplzrespond · 1 pointr/fightsticks

For PCB.

You can try dual modding used fightpads for Quad mod. More work but you can sometimes find them for less than 30 each preowned.
So, <60~ for both pcbs.

Ones I used...
PDP Mortal Kombat X Fightpad
Hori Fighting Commander 4

Other benefit of this is no firmware updates.

u/max1c · 1 pointr/Tekken

I'm not going to recommend playing Tekken on a keyboard as IMO that's a terrible idea but if you want a good Keyboard get WASD:

Here is another decent mechanical keyboard for a very reasonable price:

Since your budget is limited I would get this for Tekken specifically:

I'd also like to note that there are a ton of mechanical keyboard clones now on the market and it can be super confusing to pick a good one. I would suggest you look at Cherry MX switches only. In addition there are different Cherry switches so I'd suggest doing some research. This will help:

u/titanium_nine · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

I bought a Hori Fighting Commander Pro 4 back when it was on sale for 20$ from my local store and put that pcb into my TE S stick. It works perfect on my pc and on ps4s(no time out).

Switching out the pcb is cheap and easy even for a first timer. There's plenty of instructions out there on how to do it. Just use common sense, ask questions and take your time.

u/mikedante2011 · 1 pointr/INJUSTICE

Yeah one of my buddies playing MVC which would be nice, and my other friends do SF, so it would get play time regardless. I would be bummed if i couldn't get it to work out right for Injustice. Now my question is this - Do you use the Joystick on the controller to play Injustice? I fight it so hard to play and generally use the control pad on the controller. Have you used a Fight controller for Injustice?

u/Kyro2354 · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

I'm in the same situation as you, coming from playing smash 4 competitively for almost a year now and wanted to try SF5. I would recommend either getting the Hori Fighting Commander 4, or the Qanba Drone

I personally recently purchased the Qanba Drone due to a fighstick being much easier and healthier for my hands and wanting a fighstick as I've heard of how helpful they can be for execution. I at first was going to get a fighting commander 4, and would suggest that if you think you'd prefer pad, but my personal recommendation is a Qanba Drone. It's a bit pricier but it's a quite good stick for the price and can be modded in the future if you decide you really like stick.

u/Deathly_rYaN · 1 pointr/INJUSTICE

Before I buy it, is this the controller that will allow me to set it to play endless overnight?

u/ImaginaryEvils · 1 pointr/GameDeals

I mean I’ve been using the Xbox One pad for years so, if you really want to get into it a stick would be good, Hori makes a good ones, and they also make good pads, so it is really up to you, though never think that what you use hinders your ability and skill, it’s all preference. I did some of the hardest loops/combos in Marvel on a Xbox 360 controller.

Though here some recommendations:



You could also look into Qanba stuff, you could go cheaper for fight sticks but the parts (buttons,stick) won’t be as high quality.

u/Shougil · 1 pointr/dragonballfighterz

Since everyone else covered me, if you're still not convinced, here's a marketed "fighting pad" no analogs at all.

u/Bizardon · 1 pointr/Tekken

maybe a fightpad is the Solution for ya. The Dragon slay Fightpad could work for you since it got his own extension:

I own a hori fighting commander which has larger buttons than the normal ps4/xbox pads but no extension. I like it a lot:

Mayber it is easier for you doing a "fake" kbd by doing b bqcb.

Also if you think your throws are inkonsistent you can change those by adding a throw to a shoulder button(r1/l1).

U don't have to know every move to punish. Focus on avoiding,blocking punish moves that you are struggling with or known danger moves like demoman, snake edge or hellsweap.

It's always good watching other players on how they deal with your characters.

EDIT: There is a other version of the hori fightpad where you can change the dpad by rotation. But this is more like a stick than a pad and it has a extension:

u/okifoxjl · 1 pointr/dragonballfighterz this model right?
You sure you’re just not accustomed to flipping your motions? This is the model i use without issue. But controllers are all preference with comfortability. You may like the ds4 much more than i do. Xbox ones controllers dpad was pretty good too but not terribly comfy.

u/orion1973 · 1 pointr/INJUSTICE

put as much health and defense on your character as possible, do the endless multiverse. Then, buy this controller. It comes with a turbo function.

u/haste57 · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

When my friends come over to play we use my xbox one controllers which you can either buy the charge and play cable for it to work immediately or the wireless PC adapter to go with it so you can have multiple controllers if you wants friends over playing. I've heard the PS4 controller works now but have not tested it myself. There is also a Hori gamepad that some people love and I've seen recommended on here


u/Lorben · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

For D-Pad use I've heard a lot of good things about Hori Fight pads.

u/chxsx · 0 pointsr/dragonballfighterz

I high suggest you look at either this fight pad by HORI or this MadCatz one not many people think about getting a pad but its a say cheaper alternative than buying a stick and a WAAAAYY better DPAD than yourre used to i bought the Mad Catz one and it was the best decision i have made. espcially if youre looking for something wto help with your inputs these definetly do the trick as an aleternative to the controller and as a form of a "good cheap" fight stick. i know you said you were looking for a stick but these a great other options that most people arent aware of . and if you are aware of them and you say frick that get this fight stick.

u/DingoManDingo · 0 pointsr/MortalKombat
u/animeman59 · -4 pointsr/pcgaming

That Dual Shock d-pad is awful.

Get the Hori Fighting Commander.