Apologies. New topic meant I wouldn't get notification. I'll set it to do so and put this into my History for going over. Amusingly, watching some random casual makes me think I was overcomplicating the handling of one move during the Poseidon fight (triple stab) and how to evade (and punish) it. They ignorantly stood and blocked in the face of the unblockable, but were not getting hit owed to where they were standing (seems to be a sweet spot *not sure if you can attack from there safe the whole time, but I know it will be as the first stab finishes given my experience with another approach*). Part of why I do so much reviewing, evaluations, testing, etc. One can learn things from surprising sources.
This actually NBR or NBR+? I suppose I'll find out before long. The difference being NBR is just about block and air block. It doesn't restrict parries (so perfect timing gets a pass *though you can hardly prove you did that right in some cases, so avoid those as with air blocking*). NBR+ is likely what you did (taking the button off the table). Mind you, you can block as an input, but not block an attack (the mechanic). This means the posture is fine so long as you're not guarding from something (damage, petrification, etc.). As usual, exceptions exist to be sure.
NOTE: Here I was wondering what I would do next with having caught up with both Cimi and Muna's runwork (GoW:A) and hearing nothing more from Tai, Lithius and others (Bick is horsing around with GoWIII, too *in a thrice repeated PAIN+ likely with minimal improvements to tactics*). My time off is fast approaching, so I'll be able to evaluate soon. Only trouble I'm seeing is that you only have one part up (30m). That won't take me long at all to blow through. Might have to busy myself seeing what speedrunners have been doing.