Thanks to Kaoz, I got it.
Aisoku's stamina is his weakness. You guys aren't supposed to know this yet, but he actually has a unique "time" limit to how long he can play. Once the counter reaches 0, he's done.
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I'm confused on Saishi/Niou exchange, but the rest looked fine.
And I'm not sure if I supposed to feel anything about this, but Saishi's fangirl changing to cheer for leader doesn't feel like it have enough "impact". Most likely because Saishi doesn't have that many roles before.
Why don't you just read it instead of searching for things to critique lol. It really isn't difficult, Saishi is a clown and Niou just copied him in retaliation because Niou also has a sense of humor. Don't look so deep into something so simple.Originally Posted by Ken
You're not supposed to feel anything lol. The only purpose of fangirls (See: Atobe), is to give some insight on the person's character. Saishi is obviously always clowning around and girls find him attractive. Saishi didn't have a role before because he is from Japan. This is the first time they returned home, thus, it is the first time since they've been shown that they interact with people who know them. Again, I think you're just putting too much thought into something that doesn't impact the story at all. It's for the characters themselves.Originally Posted by Ken
I predict that Atobe/Fuji win because Fuji has to surpass POP, then Irie and Niou lose in a close match, Sanada wins, Yukimura loses or no game and Ryoma beats Aisoku.
Don't be so sureQuote:
Anything can happen.
Yeah, anything can goes with these match. All of MS here are the TOP of MS. Everyone top MS beside Shiraishi and Kintarou is here. And I won't be too surprised if they are in, but that doesn't matter. I like both of those characters. But their playstyle is a little boring. (Shiraishi, just play normal tennis. Kintarou, just counter every other type that Kintarou can). And also Irie. Tokugawa and Oni isn't here, but that's for the better, since we haven't see a real match from them yet.
I think that was more referring to Kazuya and Oni.Quote:
It is. Them is referring to the last two, Tokugawa and Oni.
And I already said that Irie wasn't fully serious in his match with Atobe. I hardly see why it should matter.