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get em both :) they both offer radically different approaches to the fighting genre. Because of this, learning to play both will actually improve your 2d fighting skills, even between both games. For example, learning kof 13 can help improve your awareness of "footsies" in blazblue, but learning blazblue can improve matchup awareness etc.
It is important to recognize that both are incredibly different, therefore, going from one to the other can make you feel that the newer game might feel incredibly awkward.
If you stick with both, you will find that BOTH are extremely FUN AND REWARDING fighting games, but both provide completely different tactile, tactical, visual, and cerebral experiences. It just may take a while to see and understand the beauty of both games, and one game may be easier for you to see its beauty.