I typically don't win Omega mirrors, I usually play aggressively and I know this play style is suicide in this MU...but I dislike playing passively, plus doing so may allow the opponent the opportunity to rack up the guard gauge damage. Trying to find a balance according to how the opponent is playing is something I find quite tricky.
I will admit I am slightly intimated by this particular Natsu player. I definitely didn't play my usual game, and there are mistakes all over the place. I think A6/A:6 are punishable? Need to get in the lab and run over Natsu punishment again.
This was a terrible match, I literally looked away from the screen in disgust after the second round >_< Went straight into the lab to learn the MU afterwards.
This Sieg's play style threw me off. Lots of 1K into WR AA/3B...definitely isn't something I've come across before, so I took a good beating. Towards the end, I use a little something I realised in the past week: after a 3(B) stepping left and immediately doing 4(A) beats everything from the SCH stance, though I haven't tested if stance transitions can avoid this.
Anyway, sorry if this post is too long, just thought I'd inject some life into the vid section. And of course, C & C is more than welcome.