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Translations: Gintama 507 (2)
Well, pretty much, pick a theme and just make a line-up from that theme. It can be strongest, weakest, data, or whatever theme. It can even be 1st Stringer line up if they were to play in tournament. Or just make it favorite line-up consisting of only your favorite characters. This is meant to be fun topic, so don't take things said here seriously.
I'll set it off. The theme for this line-up is Troll.
Singles 3: Fuji
Doubles 2: Momoshiro/Niou
Singles 2: Irie
Doubles 1: Kimijima/Tezuka
Singles 1: Oni
Honorably mention: Mizuki
Here's reasoning on some choice;
Fuji-"Closed Eyes" shuts off Saiki.
Momoshro- Trickster and Mask trick
Niou- Epic Face switch and Illusion
Irie- His playstyle
Tezuka- My armmmm!
Oni- Troll the reader until the latest chapter.
God is the theme for this team
Singles 3: Kintarou
Doubles 2: Tezuka/Yukimura
Singles 2: Sanada
Doubles 1: Oni/Byodouin
Singles 1: Ryoma
Basically, no one can defeat this god team. Invincible, and ready to rock the world
Kintarou: 10 balls and Tenimuhou
Tezuka/Yukimura: Tenimuhou and dream yips, unstoppable, and more if Yukimura's fully healed
Sanada: 10 balls probably and BA, more than enough to destroy any player
Byodouin/Oni:most fearful pair ever, Kishin guy and Byodouin, with his country name moves and wall shattering shots, both having a power from another dimension
Ryoma: Main character, 10 balls, Tenimuhou and plot power that defeats anybody, the star of the team
Team's manager: Karupin
Last edited by LetalHawk; March 04, 2013 at 05:57 PM.
This isn't my idea but I saw this before, the lineup with the Ishis (character with the Kanji 'stone' in their name, not that note all instance of Ishi is this kanji)
S3: Niou (he'll impersonate as Shiraishi)
D2: Koishikawa (some guy from Shitenhoji who never played a game) + Ishida Tetsu
S2: Ishida Gin
D2: Oishi + Ishimaru (some guy who was supposed to play G10 on the roster but never showed up, presumably a guy on 1st court)
This isn't a strong team, but they can probably win at least 2 matches most of the time.
Here's my try at the God theme.
Singles 3: Ryoma
Doubles 2: Ryoga/Tezuka
Singles 2: Bundro
Doubles 1: Byoudonin/Oni
Singles 1: Nanjiroh
Cheers to anyone who knows who Bundro is. And yes, I'm positive he's stronger than Ryoma at the moment.
If you give up, click here.
He's strong without a doubt, isn't he?
Honorably mention; this guy, during his "glory day", of course.
And here's one with Arrogant but end up FoddersTeam.
Singles 3: Richard
Doubles 2: Matsudaira (magnum serve), Takei
Singles 2: Kadowaki
Doubles 1: Sasabe (father), Sasabe (1st Chapter)
Singles 1: Junichi Sasabe
Shortest players (without players like Dan Taichi or fodders like Fudo and Yamabuki's D2)
D2: Gakuto/Kaneda (yeah, poor guys you can have Ibu/Kentarou/Mizuki... or Zaizen/Fuji S at 167 cms)
Reserve all star: Saeki
Singles 3: Gin
Doubles 2: Date/Ban
Singles 2: Duke
Doubles 1: Kawamura/Kabaji
Singles 1: Oni
Coach: Tsuume Ryuuji (the physical coach from U-17 camp)
Singles 3: Kite
Doubles 2: Mitsuya/Inui
Singles 2: Irie
Doubles 1: Kimijima/Yagyuu
Singles 1: Tezuka
Honorably mention: Oshitari, Nakagauchi
I'm not sure about the order of singles or who should tea, up with Kimijima, but meh. Doubles 2 are "data pair, lol". I pick Yagyuu because "trickery+Negotiation", but I'm not sure if how they would pair up to doubles 2.
I don't get why you would put Kite in Singles over Kimijima. Kimijima is the stronger player.
I have a line-up:
Next Year's Tokyo Select:
S3: Kaidoh Kaoru
S2: Momoshiro Takeshi
S1: Echizen Ryoma
You should try next year for all across the board, it will make more possible players in the picking lot that way.
The Numbers team (guys with a number in their name)
S1: Oni (10)
D1: Tanegashima (2) and Sanada (1)
S2: Fuji (2)
D2: Oishi (1) and Kikumaru (2)
S3: Mouri (3)
Backup: Kite (4) or Yanagi (2)
Top-tier: Basically, a line-up that can hold it's own against any other squad, has little flaws, and isn't as fanboy-ish and broken as something that would have all the best players on it
Singles 1: Yukimura - This spot would go to someone who could take out any super powerful opponents the other team would have lying in wait, the ace;
Singles 2: Kintaro or Takamura as a substitute - A spot reserved for a power player who could stop any guys who could beat the Single 1 player (Kintaro would work better though);
Singles 3: Shiraishi or Nioh as a substitute - An effective player that can handle most players with little to no fancy moves; just a basic killer;
Doubles 1: The Golden Pair - Synchro masters;
Doubles 2: The Wings of Kyushu - Great players on their own that can shake up the tables in doubles as well
Its boring otherwise.
Next Years U-14 Japan Team Top10:
R: Amane or Ibu
S3: Momoshiro Takeshi
S2: Tooyama Kintaro
S1: Echizen Ryoma
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U-17 Camp MS Useless Tier:
MS 9thCourt level players:
D1: Fuji. Y/Oishi
*Minami even made it to 7thCourt by himself, so Minami > Mizuki
It should be better that way, having Jimmies as a Doubles pair and a kinda Prefecturals finals GP at Doubles 1
---------- Post added at 10:03 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:00 PM ----------
Minami is a better Singles player than all of them.
I'm only unsure of how crap Mukahi is.
Mizuki couldn't even make 7th court whilst Minami did.
Also, Kadowaki is appalling. He lost to Ibu 6-1 and Ibu didn't appear to have gotten necessarily serious.
Kadowaki in S3 means you are giving away Singles3.
---------- Post added at 10:22 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:21 PM ----------
And your lists suck lol.
I did my list in order of the strongest Singles player.
Momoshiro has to be in Singles since he will defeat Kirihara, Kaidoh or Zaizen without question.