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Team one: Boris Ivanov & Sho Kano & Radin Tidat Jihan
Team two: Tirawat Kokin & Ethan Stanley & Ryūto Asamiya( before he became crippled)
Battle takes place at the D&D tournament
We've seen their fights with Kenichi we know their abilities, skills, attacks etc.
Rules? There are none except to eliminate every member of the opposing team by any means possible.
That being said which team would win in a battle to the death?
Last edited by BASED Shinigami; April 17, 2012 at 01:15 PM.
Well Ryuto is pretty much a non-factor given that he was taken out by a much weaker Kenichi. As for Jihan, we don't really know his full potential since he was fighting at a huge disadvantage in the story.
But yeah, I get the feeling that team 1 wins just because this Ryuto gets killed instantly, which leads to easy gang ups on the rest.
I would actualy bet on second team...Koukin will match the Shou(i even think he gonna have an upper hand in here) Boris will fight Ethan(they both fodders..so dunno how this will turnup) and Ryuto will surely win vs Jihan....the only random factor here is who will be defeated first,to put the other team in 2v3 situation
Ethan can deal with Boris and Ryuto with the fast-fansubbed disciple Jihan.
The deciding factor is Sho Kano, he can defeat Koukin (not easily) and deal with the rest of the team.
Does anyone think Sho Kano is stronger than Kokin? I've always felt Kokin is slightly stronger IMO I think team 2 takes this with much difficulty
Last edited by BASED Shinigami; April 21, 2012 at 04:12 PM.
I think Shou is a more technically skilled than Koukin. Koukin however a bad match up for Shou imo. Koukin is just as much of a tank as Kenichi but he is much more ruthless (Kenichi isn't at all. lol). Also, Shou seems like the glass jaw, doesn't like to be hit type so when Koukin starts doing simultaneous blows Shou is in trouble. He also has the ability to analyze Shou and take advantage of his "weak" heart.
Team 1 for me. In fact I think this is a handicap since you put the only two grapplers in this fight (Boris and Kano, I think even Jihan can do a bit of grappling) in one team. And one of those grapplers is (Kano) is by the best and most versatile striker here.
@Blakreaper I believe Kano is stronger than Koukin, by a long margin actually. And I think people are overrating Koukin's tanking ability, it doesn't rival Kenichi's and he can't really read the "origins" of one's heart like Kenichi can. In their fight, Koukin took only one real attack (Korui Nuki) which he diverted back to Kenichi so they split the damage. Kano took a full on Mubyoshi (at its most powerful we've seen from Kenichi) AFTER his "Roar as One" technique had reached its limit and, after that, he could still stand and even bullet time. By comparison Ryuuto was rendered permanently disabled by "Roar as One" reaching its limit alone. Kano is also a helluva lot more faster (fast as Rimi) and outputs a lot more power in his attacks (while Koukin could "push back" Kenichi's Seikuken and "bypass" RS but Kano literally BROKE RS with one punch) there's nothing that Koukin can pull off that Kano hasn't seen or can't pull off himself.
Don't get confused by the fact that he was defeated earlier on, I think even the Elder said Kenichi might never reach that level again
I'd go for Team 2. Boris and Jihan, in my opinion, are the weakest of the six competitors. As such I think it likely that Ethan and Ryuto defeat those two, after which they join with Kokin. I'd give Sho the edge over Kokin, but I doubt he would be able to take down Kokin before Ethan and Ryuto outmatch Boris and Jihan. Three-on-one against Sho, Team 2 wins.