If you're not going to even try to address a single bit of my extensive mechanical breakdown of just a handful of reasons why you're unnunaced whinging about a character who is nowhere near OP at high (or even mid) level play (and thoroughly recognized as such by the entirety of the competitive community) is absolute irrational nonsense/uninformed bellyaching, I'm certainly not going to waste my time engaging with your further on this topic. Aside from pointing out:No one ever said that you cant counterplay 2B or that you can 100% win every game by mashing , the only thing i ever is that 2B is one of those characters that is simply toxic to fight against by design. She falls in the same kategory as talim or Amy characters that make the game unfun to play because they force you to constantly pay attention even against people who have on idea what they are doing and thats the problem here. Everyone can go into stance after a knockdown and chose one of a couple simple options that you straight up have to guess fighting against them it doesnt require the player to understand what they are doing, thats the flaw with character design like that.
So next time you write a book about a post you might wanna actually read it correctly. (Or just sum it up caus so far not a single post had the requirement of being 10 000 letters)
A) the sheer irony, ballsiness, and frankly daftness of you saying my response to your opinion suggests that I didn't read or appropriately digest your opinion....when you've said you haven't even read the actual response,
B) if your main complaint about a character is that they make you guess about their mix-ups, you can't be enjoying playing Soulcalibur against anybody above rank F very often (and it explains why you are always making needlessly aggressive comments about how this or that character is supposedly trash), and
C) it often takes a lot more words to explain why a dumb assertion is incorrect than it does to just throw that silly, poorly-considered idea out into the world as if it is actually meaningful insight. There's actually a name for that phenomena in rhetorical debate, and I'd link you to an article about it, but since you apparently feel strain from reading more than a paragraph or two about a subject (even one you have really strong opinions about that you don't mind sharing with the world), I'll spare us both the trouble.