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BTW I kinda wanna keep it called "Forced Cord Ball" because I find just calling it Cord Ball not specific enough.
Yukimura used it to (try to) counter Ryoma's Hyakuren Jitoku no Bigaeshi. Also moving Magic Volley up is kinda difficult so what do you think about it's new position, should it go even higher?
Last edited by Fuji Shusuke; December 10, 2011 at 12:05 PM.
But that cord ball Yukimura hit was just a normal return, it shouldn't be added, I think it was luck, he couldn't match Ryoma until he used yips. He was inferior when Ryoma was using both Hyakuren and Saiki.
Ok, then I'll remove Yukimura.
He kept him under a lock prior to the yips. Yips happens when Yukimura comfortably returns practically everything his opponent has.
I think it was Ryoma who couldnt match Yukimura until TnK.
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I personally feel Magic Volley is better than Twist Spin Shot and Cord Ball.
For cordball its coz he took out Yuuta who had Twist Spin Shot.
Btw, which match did Kirihara use Twist Spin Shot?
And wrong. I asked about Dunk Smash.
Look how, before activating yips, Yukimura was being totally overwhelmed, if Yukimura didn't have the yips ability, he probably would have lost to Ryoma due to Saiki and Hyakuren.
Wait your right. Thanks for the links LetalHawk.
Last edited by Airgrimes; December 11, 2011 at 07:44 AM.
I personally feel Kabaji's Simple Minded Absorption needs to be lowered.
I still feel that when it comes to the Copy guys, Niou is the best. Then perhaps Kabaji or Hitouji and Muga.
Although Hitouji hasnt had enough screentime his Impression technique seemed fantastic but due to lack of screentime to see the technique I guess he is bottom.
Last edited by Airgrimes; December 11, 2011 at 11:03 AM.
I see your point Airgrimes but frankly I'm not sure. Simple Minded works instantaneously, meaning if a player hit a particular shot, Kabaji can use the same shot as a return. Niou shapeshifts and copies a person's play style allowing for a very accurate illusion but requires preparation to use. So basically, what is better? Instant imitation or Prepared precision? (I tried to match the first letters lol)
(Im glad so far Konomi has limited him to school players. Since if he could go beyond that he could just switch between Djokovic, Nadal, Federer and Murray lol).
Also, Kabaji has been lowered by Konomi. He lacks experience, shown against Tezuka.
And that if his body doesnt match the person he is copying then he stands little chance.
Shown against Jiro (his wrists) and Date (His arm power).
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What would you call Synchro? Either a 'State'? or an 'Aura'?
Which of the two sound more appriopriate?
Synchro is an state, the two players begin to play like if they were one unconciously, until they can go willingly into it.
I reckon Niou's ability is amazing, but Kabaji's Simple Minded isn't near as good. Niou could become Date if he watches him and do Danji No Haru. Like you said, Kabaji's limited by his physical abilities.