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I love how you keep referencing other posters who do nothing more than suggest that you don't know what the hell you're talking about. JustThrowMoney also stated that the game requires practice to be competitive. He said "it's still a fighting game". He suggests that the genre requires more than you are willing to accept. That it takes more skill than you want it to. You post about your skills and the hope to express them, but then don't articulate what they are. You don't have skill in memorization, in weighing the risk/reward of character variety, of appreciating the subtleties of deeper mechanics. You do not explain or imply that you have any fighting game related skills at all.
And you called yourself a scrub, using a definition you provided and not a quote from the developers. You assumed what the intent of the game was, assigned it to a particular type of player, referred to those players as scrubs, and then unequivocally associated yourself with scrubs. So yes, you said that. And then I even quoted you on it.
Your failure is almost complete. Please, march onward.