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Random thought, who would play in a 7 on 7 of the winners vs losers mser groups, and who would win, assuming tezuka and niou were still there
My thoughts on who would play
Singles 3 Kintarou vs Atobe
PoP vs atobe kingdom
Doubles 2 Inui and renji vs Shiraishi and Akaya
data vs bible and devil
Singles 2 Sanada vs Yukimura
black aura vs yips
Doubles 1 Oishi and Niou vs Tachibana and Chitose
synchro vs beast synhro
Singles 1 Ryoma vs Tezuka
PoP vs PoP
2. Shiraishi and Akaya take the second match. Inui has the waterfall (which is presumably stronger now). Eventually with his technique Shiraishi will be able to break it down and Akaya in angel mode will be able to hit it back with his power. Both Inui and Renji will be able to keep up with the speed of Shiraishi's serve after collecting the data.
However Shiraishi's play style is perfect with no flaws, so even if the data pair is able to predict where he will hit they won't be able to break his course. He may not have any direct weaknesses, that Inui and Yanagi can play off of. We don't really know what angel Akaya's stats are. I'm not sure if he was just able to control his devil mode or it also increased his general control and technique.
Either way Shiraishi has better or equal stats to all of Inui's and Yanagi's (except Yanagi's technique). Yanagi does have some incredible moves like the cicada, but with the new Akaya and with the general power and technique of Shiraishi I still give this to Shiraishi/ Akaya
3. This is the most confusing match in the world. We don't know how powerful the new yips are and we don't know how powerful the black aura is. I would give it to Yukimura because I like him better and Sanada was getting messed with mentally by Tanegamishima. Even though he has a 5 in mental, his straight forward attitude is still his weakness (like Yukimura said in the tie break).
4. Oishi and Niou would win. Only because if Tachibana and Chitose cannot go into beast synchro at will they will lose to Oishi Niou if they use normal synchro. If Tachibana and Chitose do use beast synchro, niou uses illusion to become Tachibana (or Chitose) and Oishi uses oishi territory they are able to read their opponents moves and Niou and Oishi win.
5. Tezuka> Ryoma in terms of stats right now. Therefore Tezuka PoP> Ryoma PoP. The only way that Ryoma would win is if he masters the glowing shot. Right now though Tezuka> Ryoma.
Shiraishi and Akaya take it. Out of the various playstyles of tennis seen in this series (Power Players, Technicians, Copycats, Brawlers, etc.) Data Tennis is on the bottom tier of things. Renji is definitely one of the more weaker players on Rikkai, despite being one of the "Big 3."Quote:
Sanada probably takes it because of full mastery of BA, but I want to say that Yukimura would destroy him after his surgery (which I can't see how it still handicaps him despite the matches we've seen him play in).Quote:
Oishi and Nioh win, because Nioh would just Synchro with either one of them (or any player from Tachibana's school) and enter Beast Synchro.Quote:
Who's the main character?Quote:
Imo Marui/Kite deserve a spot as D1 instead of WoK.
I doubt any character except Nanjirou can use PoP at will, at least so far. It's not like the other Muga Doors, you don't unlock it, you always have it, it all depends on your ability to... have fun, I guess.
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Renji is definetly the 3rd / 4th strongest player on Rikkai (imo he should be able to beat Niou, but Niou might be more "effective" against a lot more players).
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Oh yeah, brawler = boxing Sengoku. I agree with you there, he's definetly better.
And to me, Brawlers are players like Tohno or Akaya, who use sadistic techniques to purposely harm their opponent.
He's really not.Quote:
Oh, I see. In that case, Ryoma would still win.Quote:
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I suspect if Koharu actually tried to return Gin's power shot, he'd have discovered that theory doesn't work here. Inui said that the Hado Xs are pretty much completely beyond the ability to return due to their immense power, so clearly data tennis doesn't suddenly bestow you with the ability to return balls that are much stronger than the strength you have. Now maybe a data tennis player can find some way to avoid letting an opponent hitting those power shots in the first place based on their data, but once that shot is coming, you're still dependent on your own strength to deal with it.
Honestly I think if Inui played say Gin, it'd probably go like:
"The chance of Gin of using Hado 108 is 99%."
"The chance of me surviving this shot is 0%."
I feel like the revolutionary brigade is missing Kaidoh and Momoshiro. Not that I can figure where to put them.
And it does look like as if Tezuka can use PoP at will. Tezuka does have higher base, but Echizen have 10 ball.
I like Tezuka, but my favorite characters(other than Ryoma) are Fuji and Kintaru
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