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If you remember, its only been stated that there have been Singles Player Shuffles.
Its not been stated that there have been Doubles Player Shuffles.
And it hasn't been mentioned that there have been two TEAM Shuffles at the same time either.
Minami must have played Singles and reached Court7.
Meaning Minami > Mizuki.
Mizuki sucks seriously. And I remember Yuuta saying he couldn't beat Mizuki so I still don't know why Konomi included those two in the camp.
Konomi sorta messed up the serious selection thing for me as soon as I saw Kadowaki, Mizuki and Yuuta. Especially those guys. St.Rudolph didn't even make the Regionals.
The theme is Send the hospital bill to my coach
Singles 3: Kintarou
Doubles 2: Kawamura+Gin
Singles 2: Oni
Doubles 1: Tohno+Akutsu
Singles 1: Byoudonin
I probably miss some, but meh.
Pot fancy hair team
Singles 3: Fuji(Brown)
Doubles 2: Marui(Pink hair)+Jackal(no hair)
Singles 2: Yukimura(Nevi blur hair)
Doubles 1: Niou(gray hair)+Shiraishi(Blonde)
Singles 1: Echizen(Black hair)
Reserve: Sengoku(orange hair)
Last edited by Philia; March 27, 2013 at 12:12 AM.
I'll find the link for you.
For example, One PairPuri states that Atobe, Chitose and Tezuka were drawn against 5thCourt members immediately whilst everybody else got opponents from 6th-12th Court.
And afterwards, its confirmed later in the manga that no MSer had faced a player higher than 5thCourt so it means Atobe, Chitose and Tezuka were left probably bored out of their minds battering HSers of the lower courts each day.
Mizuki and Ootori lose to 6thCourt HSers, but Ootori gets another opportunity and wins, whereas Mizuki only reaches 9thCourt.
Unfortunately there are MANY pages in the Pair Puri's from #2-#10, that haven't been translated.
But there hasn't been a mention of Minami necessarily losing to 6thCourt yet he beat 7thCourt.
Also, it said Ootori "narrowly lost", whilst it said Mizuki simply lost.
Mizuki is extremely awful which is why I assume Minami > Mizuki.
It's fine, I have it bookmarked. Mizuki might be pretty bad (honestly we can't say for sure because the only data we have on him are losses to Atobe and Fuji, and pretty much everyone would lose just as badly to those two when they're serious), but it's not like Minami is great. His main strength is doubles whereas his individual abilities were rather low the last time we saw him.
Mizuki was only 9th court, but he didn't get another chance to play against a 6th court member unlike Ootori. There isn't enough information to say Minami > Mizuki or the other way around.
Mizuki is bad. Like... awful bad.
Its not like him having his main strength as doubles says anything in terms of Singles at all.
And more importantly, its not to say he is main strength is doubles, its that his strength is doubles WITH Higashikata who he seems to be close with.
He's more like
WoK, Konjiki/Hitouji who are simply excellent together
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What we can confirm that if Ootori narrowly lost at 6thCourt level but then won,
it means 6thCourt level cut-off is Ootori level.
So unless Mizuki can beat Ootori which I think is sort of obvious Ootori is the better player, Mizuki is definitely not even good enough for 6th Court.
So we have Mizuki being able to rech 7thCourt at best.
So it could be argued that they are equal in Singles.
Mizuki shouldn't even be in the camp. Shame on Konomi for bringing him over.
Fastest players in SPoT
S1: Sanada (he can teleport wherever he wants... dunno how fast he is but come on, RAI!)
Irie should be on this list too, as his speed stat is really high... but I'm not really sure how much speed this guys have in comparission... and Akutsu has speed or just agility?
Last edited by Hardy; March 28, 2013 at 08:10 PM.
Your list is missing Irie Kanata who got a freaking 7 in his Speed stat. Which means he is twice as fast as Shiraishi who has been described as standard quick.
Do you realize how fast Irie must be?
Also Kite isn't "fast". Its just teleportation.
Considering Krauser was at 5, and I think we can assume Ishida Gin > Krauser in Power considering he sent Kawamura into the sky and up into the stadium,
Its likely the MSers were looking at 5.5 and 6 in some stats.
Matsudarira Chikahiko in the Team Shuffle was a 5 in speed. He certainly didn't seem faster than Kamio or Kenya.
Last edited by Airgrimes; March 30, 2013 at 04:42 AM.