If you notice, the moves that Muga brings out are always the most useful moves to the situation.
Like when Ryoma's Muga brought out what I believe is Shukuchiho against Kintaro in the one-point match.
Where Kintaro's first smash against Twist Serve and the ball flies past Ryoma.
Check the page before it, to see how he suddenly teleports to behind him.
There's also the way Ryoma spammed Fuu against Sanada.
Chitose will naturally end up spamming moves that Kabaji cannot hit back. Muga is a top move when it comes to the MSers.
^I believe he just turned around his own axis in that situation, no special moves involved.
Well the post said Chitose was clever and could use Mugs to beat him by first hitting weaker shots etc, but that gives him a lot of autonomy if he can control that much.
Well then why was there emphasis on Muga as if that was the reason he was able to reach the move when all he did was pivot around to get the shot?
Muga also boosts your speed and power, it's not only about using random moves. He probably would've been too slow without it.
Plus Niou used Kabaji's strength to overwhelm the U 17 numbers 9 and 10. He even hit the rackets out of their hands.
Also just as a thought could Kabaji copy Muga?
Last edited by floman; September 19, 2013 at 09:46 AM.
You are completely right. I also think Kabaji would get destroyed by Chitose, I just wanted to try and defend him but I mostly wanted to figure out the extent of Atobe Kingdom's strength. The three moves that are most confusing to me right now are Mirror eyes, Atobe Kingdom and Wonder Castle.
I think Atobe Kingdom could break through wonder castle, but then again Marui is said to have Godlike reflexes. Could it also beat Kin Chan's wild nature?
If mirror eyes was actually that strong couldn't Fuwa beat Tohno? He could use mirror eyes after facing executions and win because Tohno can't take the pain.
If the only way to beat atobe kingdom is through dislocating your shoulder or using TnK, would it work on Tanegamishima?
Tanegashima's tennis is quite confusing. He's style looks very effective against Sanada & those who have flashy techniques.
But I wonder how it would work against Players like Irie, Yukimura.
If Tanegashima plays against Irie or Yuki there will be endless rallying.
Also Tanegashima stated that he would Hate to play against Irie. Right?????
Does that mean anything???
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So you can basically say the chance to even reach a shot made by Atobe Kingdom is 0%, so even if Tanegashima can nullify any tech, he still can't return AK because he can't reach the shot in the first place. So far, the only defense against AK would be Tezuka Zone and possibly the smoke effect from guys with power from another dimension (can't see their blind spots if you can't see them!).
That said, Tanegashima is the #2, so I wouldn't be surprised if he just uses a variant of the Tezuka Zone. After all, all you need to do is move the ball just a tiny bit so that it can't hit that 'impossible to return' spot, and presumably as long as the ball didn't hit the impossible spot, Tanegashima would be more than capable of returning it.
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Sanada said only 3 guys have completely mastered Muga, which is himself, Yukimura, and Chitose. I'm pretty sure Chitose can consciously select what moves to use since he's one of the 3 guys that mastered it, so unlike Ryoma he can definitely select which moves he wants to use instead of just using them in a seemingly random order.
Kabaji can no doubt copy Muga itself, but I don't think he'd be able to copy Chitose's mastery, so he'd just be using Muga randomly versus a guy who can control what moves to use, and he'd lose. Even if he does have full control over Muga, Chitose must have more experience and should win. I believe Kabaji's copying is not instantaneous, so Chitose can simply just cycle through different moves.
You're all saying Chitose is a great tactician... what has he done to earn that? He only countered Tezuka because he studied Muga for a long time, not because he was a master tactician... and what does hat make Tezuka then? A dumbass that showed Kabaji every single one of his techs? I wonder why he doesn't have a 0.5 in mental then.
Kabaji has always showed to surprass his rival EVERY SINGLE TIME he manages to copy him, even freaking Tezuka (he couldn't do it to Jirou btw, inb4 you name him). Dunno why Chitose would be an exception.
Hyotei HAS chances to beat Shiten, they are around the same level. Silver pair has a better coordination than any pair in Shiten (maybe Gin would KO one of them, but that's another story), Kabaji is a monster that will copy everything that isn't a natural ability, Dirty Pair is OK (they might be better than funny pair), Atobe is... Atobe, and Jirou.... sleeps? lol