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but when we are discussing his neutral, and I say that I think its very strong and its fine that some of his tools are high because he has other tools to make you respect it, and you respond "well i got poked out of pressure all the time, maybe I'm just doing it wrong" what other response is there...... because pressure is absolutely not neutral? thats like saying Hellfire has a great neutral because his pressure is amazing, because I can start my amazing pressure up in the neutral right? Thats got absolutely nothing to do with how strong his neutral game is however, that is simply describing how easy/difficult it is to get out of their pressure once started from the neutral. a completely different aspect of the character. It is not condescending to state this, because it needed to be said?If you don't understand my point of view, that's one thing, and it's fine, you don't have to. Although as author of the guide, I feel compelled to explain myself to those who have concerns. But implying that any self respecting player doesn't know what a basic concept like the neutral is? That's condescending, at least from my perspective. If it wasn't intended, no problem man.
Anyway, you can pressure an opponent while in the neutral simply by standing in the right position. Zoners apply pressure by simply existing at full screen, while grapplers apply it standing right next to you. The neutral and pressure, or any other act stemming straight from the neutral, while not strictly the same thing, are more often than not, talked about within the same breath. It's definition vs. application.
Cyber Sub-Zero is simply not as threatening as many other characters when in the close-neutral, and forced into uncomfortable positions at mid-neutral when met with crouching opponents.