It turns out that you can kara CnDB in neutral with back+MP, without parrying. The input is HCF, HCB+MP~K.
I heard about it when it made the rounds on Twitter, thanks to rKf and Goldriver posting about it (and TheShend graciously retweeting). [It’s known that you can do b+MP kara CnDB out of a parry, and other karas such as cr.MP kara etc., but this is the first I’ve seen of b+MP.](Kara C&DB
Here are the tweets I saw:
Tweet from Goldriver: https://twitter.com/gold007R/status/704651802776465408
(this is huge): https://twitter.com/gold007R/status/704985824010502144
(The first tweet from Goldriver were from a series of tweets with this title: 【ゲレ検証 コマンド入力の封印：X】 - I think they might have an explanation for why it works. Not sure though, I don’t understand Japanese.)
I’ve tried it myself, and it’s pretty hard - but my execution sucks ass, so whoever is reading this might find it easier. Tips: Make sure you’re hitting back when doing the HCF (I think I was just doing db, missing the input), and you have to do the HCB immediately (or almost immediately) after the HCF. I think if you leave even a small gap of a few frames you’ll get slaps.
Funnily enough, some guy called DieOxXin made a video about it on YouTube almost 2 years ago (May 2014):
In the comments, he says “my friend he discovered it in training mode, and he told me about it, so i’ve practiced to execute it, i believe TM did it in a match”. Uhh, did he (or his friend) tell anyone?
My question is, is this new tech? Old tech? Has it been rediscovered or something? Also, I’d like to know what you guys think of it.
I made a very similar post in the Q subforum but nobody will ever check that. So I made a new thread. Sorry.