7, 10, 11, 18 & 19 - Remaining adaptable and flexible to your opponent.
Edit - Figured it be better on me personally to go through them one by one…
Thick headed/close-minded - Not my mentality i feel like.
Autopilot the same stuff over and over again - I take this as “the only way i start offense is jump-in HP into light AD”. Or my combo pattern is L, H, M, L, ender. It isnt terrible.
Too much pride - I swallowed my pride a long time ago…
Doesnt listen to advice - Steady try to learn, steal and adapt from anyone i see play. Even from outside of KI.
Often blames the opponent when losing - As in “they should not be beating me?” kind of blaming my opponent? Then no. Flat out, they beat me, end of story.
Doesnt research stuff - I think thats a strength for me, but only so far as it relates to my main and the game’s systems. Outside of that, not so much.
Weird fixation - I interpret that as “bad habits” and in that sense, yes, absolutely. Like i just noticed a string i use…
L dragon kick - cancel - j. Light punch - cr. Light kick - L dragon dance (overhead)
The overhead doesnt combo, and makes it tricky, but weak.
Prefers weak or troll characters - To be honest, my usual type of character is not the one i main. It’d be closer to Maya probably.
Doesnt accept situations where the opponent forces mind games/rps on them - Doesn’t accept? Im guessing like, doesn’t deal with? Its sucked, but i think i get it better than i used to.
Too fixated on the current ongoing match instead of the long term - I know i hoard resources like meter too much. Need to get better at it.
More fixiated on winning than the contents of a match - Had a moment where i got perfected in the first round. I could not figure what and why between rounds. Saw it as i need to elevate my thinking to where i notice this in the game, not just between rounds. Even today, saw a stream for a bit with LCD, and was suprised at how he seemingly easily called out his opponent’s play (Raven is raw).
Prioritizes winning over learning - No. Just the opposite, really.
Narrow field of vision - Im assuming this isnt some kind of metaphor, so no.
Likes wakarangoroshi - In other words, showing out… ■■■■■ that. A win is a win if were playing for points or tournament. Exhibition/casual? Not really even then. Just not interested.
Having excess confidence in ability to read the opponent - I feel like my ability to make reads is not nearly high enough, period.
Low patience - I have plenty. I have a career path that exercises it much more than this game ever will. I will admit ive cracked once or twice.
Getting mad and having that affect the game in a negative manner - Not usually. If i lose a tight game and get upset, first off, its at my totality of MY mistakes that cost me. Second, i dont get upset at in-game “upsetting behaviors”. Take a second, brush it off, back to grinding.
Not thinking from the opponents point of view - There are so many things to consider that this one is a constant work in progress.
- Remaining adaptable and flexible to your opponent - The tweets didnt have this, and for me, its a personal guideline to work at as well.