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Translations: Bleach 595 (2)
Taira Yoshiyuki/Momoshiro Takeshi
Tachibana Kippei/Chitose Senri
1. BJK is returnable. Kintaro did it. Kaji Kazena likely did it.
Is Momo's like Oni's? Hell no. But Momoshiro's BJK should still be considered an excellent HS level shot of course.
2. It had to have broken their wrists. If Taira/Hara's wrists were fine, then all they had to do was aim for Kenya the whole match and win. Since like Mutsu/Mutsu was nearing the end of their game about to win, and Date/Ban were on match point, Taira/Hara couldn't have had long to go til they bt Momoshiro/Kenya.
Taira/Hara's wrists must have been broken by that shot. Otherwise Hara and Taira could have just ignored Momo. THey are capable of this since they were toying around right through up until Momo hit BJK.
3. When somebody is injured in Synchro then it should terminate it. If someone is running out of stamina however, it won't terminate it I believe.
It's the only reason I can think of why Washio needed medical attention against No.15/16.
4. WoK prepared for BJK? not fully. But they will work their way around it I believe. I don't know whether this falls under reasonable improvement or plot anymore since people intertwined the two with Oni's matches and Sanada's matches.
5. Why on earth should we assume Chitose can use Muga in Synchro? Niou didn't. No mention of it so no. He cannot until proven.
6. Taira Yoshiyuki's Bakyuun takes out racket guts as far as we are concerned. Top shot. He was worthy of his 1st Stringer badge with that shot.
I don't see both teams doing a complete shutdown on the other team's special shots. It'll look like your generic 6-6 where both side will have highlights using their special shots to score easily but synchro will prove to be the difference in the tiebreaker.
Given synchro is some kind of super teamwork tech, it'd seem that Muga which is more of a one man show would not be very useful in synchro. Maybe if both characters with synchro can use Muga it'd be effective.
Well, Kintarou returned BJK no problem first try, however, Rai, he wouldn't have been able to return it. I'm not saying Rai breaks your wrists, but for now the gut will always be broken by it. BJK breaks your gut and wrists also but you can return it if you have enough power, on the other hand, everytime Sanada used Rai, nobody returned it directly with the gut.
Last edited by LetalHawk; October 17, 2012 at 03:54 AM.
i'm still amazed by momo's bjk, it broke through 2 racket guts ? and damaged 2 player's wrists in one shot.
Tezuka doesn't have regular Muga so I'd guess Niou copying Tezuka won't have Muga either.
But I don't see why you'd even want to do Muga when you can do Hyakuren aura. Does anyone think regular Muga even has a chance at defeating Hyakuren aura?
Niou can not use any Muga techniques at all. He can only give off the "illusion" of the person he is copying. So Niou can't use Hyakuren if he does not copy Tezuka. But yeah, there is no point to copying people weaker than Tezuka, in which case makes Niou a useless character.Originally Posted by Phantron
As for the question of if Muga is possible in synchro, I would say no. For one, you must be yourself in order to use synchro. Muga is the "selfLESS" state. It is the absence of oneself, hence the usage of others' techniques. You wouldn't be able to communicate to your partner in a muga state, making synchro impossible.
I don't see why any of these discussion matter. As far as we know, full control over beast syncho right now is simply assumption. Tachibana/Chitose is 3rd court level pair, which isn't anywhere near 1st stringer. It's like debating Fuji can beat Sanada because he's one of the high tier. It's just a different tier all together.
The G11-20 guys are more like 'free xp for the black jacket team'. Yes in theory they stomped court 3 which gave the winner's bracket guys a hard time but the winner's bracket guys already surpassed them at the end of training anyway. When the team roster was listed Kirihara was saying how come MSers didn't show up on the roster even though they've a better chance of winning, so unless he's just making stuff up, that means at that point the winner's bracket team has surpassed court 3. Honestly I'd say the court 3 guys were used as fodder to weaken the G11-20 so that black jacket team can pick up an easy win.
Also, there's NOTHING that shows winner surpass the 3rd court at the end of training. It's "assumption". It is a good assumption, and I think it's most likely true. But until we saw those guys next match, we can't gauge their actual level. So for now, they are 3rd court level player. Anything above that is pure assumption.
Assumption are cool and all, but if we simply go by assumption and not facts, that just make this tournament a popularity contest and not really a tournament. Here's an example of why you shouldn't use assumption. In that case, Fuji have a very real chance of beating Sanada. He already lost to Tezuka, and he wouldn't lost to same opponent twice. So next time he play, he should be at TnK! Tezuka level. And that should be able to crush Sanada. I just don't think assumption should be use as a base for matches in this tournament.
Last edited by -Ken-; October 18, 2012 at 01:05 AM.
Ken, shut the hell up about assumption. You assume just as much as others with everything you say.
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Last edited by Fayte; October 18, 2012 at 08:39 AM.