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Translations: Gintama 515 (2)
So he was ready to use his trump card on Shao, when Amamiya attacked him from behind and sent him into Frederica's attack. He raised his hands over his head, though it's hard to say if this is part of the trump card or just an over the top pose.
Do you think it's an augmentation to his burst? Or perhaps a type of trance? I doubt he has nova if Junas didn't even know about it. And he doesn't seem like he'd have much need for rise with his burst, nor do we know the level of rise he has.
He seemed confident he could beat Amamiya and Shao, even with his mind reading and anti psychicer powers.
He is probably going to take an indirect approach since if he directs his powers at Shao, Shao can cancel them.
1a) Grab a large volume of earth from somewhere else and set the destination co-ordinates just above Shao.
1b) Grab a large volume of earth from somewhere else and set the destination co-ordinates to overlap Shao. (ouch!)
2) Teleport a large volume of air from above Shao's location to somewhere else. This will cause the surrounding volume of air to get sucked into the empty volume. This will result in Shao and anything else in the area to get sucked into the sky. It's a long way down from there.
3) He uses his teleportation powers to scramble the local co-ordinate system... Imagine a Star Trek teleporter accident... but on a large scale. What a mess!
I'm thinking 2 and 3 might still be blocked by Shao but 1a and 1b couldn't as the object of the powers isn't near Shao.
teleport a star or any celestial things like meteor to shao?
meteor seems harder than earth's rock
Apparently that was just a bluff, otherwise Why wouldn't he use it against Amamiya?
he did try and use it on amamiya actually... The distorting of the air around them was infact the trump card...
lol, ya he didn't get a chance to use it since amamiya read his mind and stopped him before he could use it.