We stopped only when the rain got heavy.
So I understand the reason for Tezuka bt Kabaji being weak for you, but its still seems legit if you look at it another way I suppose.
Does anyone know what manga chapter does Akaya Kirahara use the mugo no kiyoshi that makes him faint? I am trying to find it, but I dont know what chapter it is
Just gauging interest for now, but would you guys be interested in having a tournament?
The way those work is that you basically have a discussion thread for each match, and are allowed to cast one vote for whoever you think wins. The character with the most votes advance to the next round, but that much should be obvious. That kind of thing has been done in several other sections before, so if you want to see an example, check those out (Ex 1, Ex 2).
A poll was added, so please vote yes or no there.
I like the tournament Idea, but I prefer a league like the ones played before, if it's possible. (http://mangahelpers.com/forum/showth...eague-Season-3)
Last edited by Hardy; July 04, 2012 at 11:24 AM.
Don't you think a PoT tournament would be pretty easy to predict? Echizen wins, followed by Tezuka, etc.
Furthermore, since the power levels are rather clear cut in some areas, I was thinking that we could have teams of 7 instead of individual players, with the positions being preset. So for example, Tezuka would always play S1, and that way you should have some relatively close matches all the time.
I think I've just about figured out which middle schoolers will be playing the G10:
- Ryoma Echizen
- Genichiro Sanada
- Kei Tanishi
- Kuranosuke Shiraishi
- Keppei Tachibana
- Tetsu Gin (Confirmed)
- Keigo Atobe (Confirmed)
- Masaharu Nioh (Confirmed)
- Bunta Marui (Confirmed)
- Eishiro Kite (Confirmed)
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If that really turns out to be the line-up, I think it'd be pretty decent at best. Ryoma and Sanada for obvious reasons, Shiraishi kicks ass at singles and doubles, so does Tachibana though moreso singles than doubles, Tanishi has decent power and can hit five balls at once and got the fat-loss upgrade, Atobe's a great player and so is Kite, Bunta's net play is insane, and Nioh runs the whole series.
It's not a line-up bum-rushed with all the fan-favorites from the MS selection and is pretty balanced.
Last edited by Brandnewkid; July 06, 2012 at 08:57 PM.