In his current state, non-dragon Midori is able to do a forward throw followed immediately by B for a perfect crossup that hits as the opponent stands up, or you can slightly delay it for a non-crossup version. In theory, the visual difference could even be imperceptible.
The question here is, assuming that the timing and spacing remain identical with non-placeholder animations… is this too strong a tool for him to have? It’s effectively a 50-50 mixup into potentially another knockdown. He is supposed to be a martial arts master who is big on throws and the like, so maybe this is fine?
Honestly, I have no horse in this race either way — there’s a case to be made that Midori may actually need this tool in some of his worse matchups (especially against Jaina), and it may simply wind up being organically resolved by his non-placeholder throw animation having different spacing or timing. I’m simply interested in the discussion that this may entail.