I apologize for the being late to inform you that I wouldn’t be able to make our match. As an interesting aside, I have built my own computers for many years. Nobody around me had any interest in my hobby until recently. I was asked to build a mining rig. (Cryptomania is real) I thought, sure how hard could it be to build.
Well, the night I was to play my Yomi match. I was building a rig for an individual. This one had 2 GTX 1080 Tis and 2 GTX 1070s. This individual had quite a bit of cash invested. For some reason, windows would not update to the correct version and the nvidia driver would not install unless windows was updated.
I had a very upset person standing over me for about five hours, while I tried to fix the problem with a 200KB internet connection. Everything was taking forever. I happened to glance at my watch, and I saw that I was fifteen minutes late for my Yomi match. I was already agitated, and now I was going to miss out and potentially go 0-2 to start the season. I quickly went to the forums to update the conversation to let FaceOnMars know that I couldn’t make it.
In the end, I finished the rig by bringing it to my house because the internet connection is much swifter. Fortunately, @FaceOnMars was willing to re-schedule, and I had a dominant showing with Zane. This was a pretty satisfying end to my week.
As to the question about how to handle Zane. I would recommend four characters:
Setsuki (Outright Setsuki speed domination, 5 throw, Max Anarchy, and risky duffs are Zane’s best options). I know you about puked when I mentioned her to you after the match, but she must be mentioned.
Onimaru (Outstanding options to beat meaties and he can crush throws and blocks, and Final Authority stops even the most Maximum of Anarchy)
Troq (See historical matchup chart, Troq smash)
Rook (Similar to Troq, not quite as fast attacks, and can’t dodge into super)
I repress all memories of losses. Maybe it happened, but that is not my reality.