Really? Because once it was explained how GUYU worked, it was nothing.Quote:
In this page, it heavily suggest that Atobe see the spot that it's impossible for the bone and joint to move to. You can read it as just knowing one's movement if you want. But you can't blame people for reading it as Atobe's able to look for those blind spot though seeing their skeleton.
I think the manga supports mine theory more than yours, but you're welcome to find example in the manga that shows Atobe was simply reading movement if you want. And I might accept that depending how solid your evidence look. But just judging from how Atobe used it in the manga that I show so far, I'm going with my explanation for now.
He returned the first Kamikakshi used. And this is Tezuka pre-U-17 camp. And you know how the manga mentioned U-17 boost all ability. And you can go back and look at how many game it takes until Tezuka returned GUYU.
It's a lot more than the first ball. I'm just seeing it from how it actually works here, rather than opinion. He counter it before by using Tezuka Phantom. But Tezuka Phantom is a lot more than simply returning the ball. It's used before to counter Rai. I'm not saying that GUYU is Rai level techniques, because it's not. But I think it show that it's higher techniques than Kamikakshi.
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Not really. Even after being explained, only Tezuka Phantom defeated it for a long time, then for some few points Tezuka was able to defeat in the FINAL game of the match, and if it finished 6-4, it mean it took a LONG time.
Kamikakushi was returned with Super Rising. You think Super Rising can handle GUYU? I doubt it.
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Back on topic, I'll accept BA is equal to TMnK and accepted this ages ago as much as I dont like Sanada and I have looked time and time again for evidence against it coz Sanada is lame.
However, the evidence that Yukimura was going all-out like Sanada was is not solid enough at all.
Tezuka VS Sanada for 1st point was dead serious, Tezuka was NOT talking casually while returning the shots. Yukimura was.
Sanada is using his strongest technique at that point and can only laugh coz for the readers, we know that after Lightning for Sanada is nothing.
Did Sanada us BA for 1 point? The evidence for that is strong. In fact, Im certain it was for one point, as Yuki creamed him within a pg with out BA, if Sanada had BA, we wouldnt simply turn the page and see him Sanada sent to the mountains.
At 4-1, Yuki VS Sanada w/out BA instantly becomes 7-1, no yips involved, only a dog could still say Yukimura and Sanada w/out BA are equal.
But LOL at Yuki being more scared of BA than TMnK, as much as he is my fav, he was shitting himself at both and its not possible to compare.
Yukimura hates those auras. When Sanada activated it, Yukimura played all out and finished the match quickly to prevent Sanada from using it again.
Yukimura wasn't that scared of Tenimuhou. He was more afraid of Sanada's aura, so BA might be equal to Tenimuhou and gives a "scarier" feeling to the player.
Maybe after we see Sanada actually use it we can make better assumptions. But that's all your doing right now assumptions same as me.
I don't understand this statement. At all. First of all, it wasn't 4-1, it was 6-0 when Sanada uses BA and got the point, making it 6-1, and Yukimura gets the last point making it 7-1. Also, I don't know what you're talking about with the "no yips involved." Yukimura couldn't get a point without Sanada being under Yips.Quote:
Again, you are going against the text. Konomi specifically wrote and noted that Yukimura was afraid of the black aura. DONT YOU THINK THAT WAS A LITTLE OBVIOUS BY HIS FACE? And yet Konomi ALSO wrote it for emphasis. "YUKIMURA = AFRAID RITE NOW GUISE." Why wouldn't he do the same emphasis with his match against Echizen? Your argument is completely ignoring literary observations.Quote:
Konomi states that Yips is Yukimura's ability and not technique. Which means the opponent is getting yipped whether he is serious or not. Konomi states its due to his presence and says to readers to think of it as a ''Yukimura World''. The fanbooks have Yuki yip Inoue the Newspaper guy while speaking to him.
He doesnt ''use'' yips, its a part of him as stated by Konomi so as long as he is winning, the opponent is getting yipped.
Im letting Yukimura bias get the best of me? I dont want to hear that from you of all people. Your a joker coz your just as bias about Sanada as I am about Yukimura or more. You actually put down other characters when constantly hyping up Sanada and BA. Youve even said before that he is the level of main character Plotpowered!Echizen Ryoma and for some reason assume say he can hit 10 balls at a time without proof and simply assumption.
You have somehow forgotten that Sanada was confidently pissed on w/out BA. Yips is the ability not the technique and is a part of Yuki and not something he needs to ''use''.
If you can't accept Yukimura schooled Sanada like a lame brat w/out BA then you really are just a fan boy. I have accepted Yukimura was absolutely scared at that moment as Konomi stated he was. I also accept Yukimura was all over him and finishing him completely w/out BA. Logic tells me to do so.
At 4-0 we are here, He swings like a pathetic joker where the score hasnt changed, then he gets his first point.
Your a real comedian. Sanada wasnt yipped after 4-1, and even if you wrongly say it was 6-1, Sanada wasnt yipped but within a page he got a point. So... You SHOULD no what i'm talking about that Yukimura outplayed Sanada w/out BA as he got a point but Sanada showed no hope of getting a point of Yuki in the whole tie-break w/out BA.
@Fayte, the score was 4-0, then 4-1, Yukimura got serious and destroyed him 7-1.
Yukimura walks over Sanada without Black Aura, Yukimura returns easily FuRinKaInZanRai and he plays like he is joking around. When he yips Sanada because of the long rally, he didn't expect BA to appear. He probably learned of when he played against Echizen and finished Sanada quickly.
Sanada without BA can't do a thing against Yukimura, but after training Sanada is probably another world compared to when he left. Still, we have to see if BA is enough against Yukimura as in a full match Yukimura could get used to it and counter it.
u can count as afraid, as afraid to lose one 's life. sanada black aura shot aimed at yukimura's head, and he barley dodged it. and the shot was strong
that it took off yukimura's headband. and also he couldnt return the shot. but probably yuki can after he seen it once.
Right, I guess Yukimura is the only character that just has supernatural powers that activate without him being consciously involved. The stuff Yuki fans come up with is just silly.Quote:
Your language tells me you're the fanboy.Quote:
Wow are you serious? Okay, I guess with YOUR logic (using the word loosely) Yukimura got 3 points with 1 swing of the racquet? Wow! I guess he really IS something to accomplish that feat. You'd say "No, Konomi just didn't show the other two points and just showed the last one." EXACTLY. It was 4-0 when Yukimura SERVED. Sanada MISSED the ball, so that is already 5-0. Logic tells me the mystery point happens here, as Yukimura takes another point (6-0) before Sanada goes BA, which would be 6-1. That's when Yukimura gets that last point to make it 7-1.Quote:
You probably still wont believe me so we'll just have to wait until the OVA.
Also, Sanada was yipped and shots hitting his face and he looked helpless and pathetic. If you didnt see that and was blinded by your love for Sanada then you really are just a fanboy.
Also, your LOGIC (I have no choice the word loosely for you too) says that We did not see Yukimura swing again after 4-0, there is NO signs of anymore points coz after 5-0. it would have been Sanada's serve and we didnt see him serve.
1-0 Yukimura's serve, 2-0 and 3-0 Sanada's serve, 4-0 and 5-0 Yuki's, 6-0 Sanada's and we never saw him serve at that point.
So if you think its plausible that Sanada may have served without us seeing and that Konomi missed out those scenes as I clearly showed you Yuki hit the ball AT him instead of just trying to get points as he was schooling Sanada and that they never showed Yukimura hit the ball again at 5-0 or 6-0 then you aren't serious about this and never intended to change your outlook on things.
He swings like a pathetic joker where the score hasnt changed, then he gets his first point.
In these two consecutive pages, how do you gather that it went from 4-0 to 6-0??
Yukimura was shown standing still.
No. Not for canon stuff. Also, can you explain to me why you think Konomi skipped the scenes of Yukimura hitting the ball and getting points and 5-0 and 6-0 and how its ''impossible'' that he skipped the points of 5-1 and 6-1? Coz that's where the logic points towards.
yukimura was and wasn't holding back against sanada. We see yukimura's thoughts during his match with sanada, taht he is indeed serious.
IMHO yukimura's seriousness =put opponent in yips, embarrass them, all while defeating the opponent. He speculatively does that to all his opponents, thus why he would use this tactic against his friend out of respect.
I theorize while opponents are in yips he hits the tennis ball (due to his good ball control) to aim it at the opponent. (thus embarrassing them and winning slowly)
After black aura atk from sanada, yukimura i believe changed his play style to beat the opponent as fast as possible.
it's just a different playstyle / tactic, but still serious.
ANnother example is atobe's playstyle. He is still serious regardless of his play style and seeks to win.
Atobe style 1: play the war of attrition and drag out matches to exploit an opponents weakness
atobe style 2: play ultra aggressive and atk all the time
BOth styles for atobe are serious and are used to gain victory. I hope that helps to understand what it means by yukimura's seriousness versus sanada.
Read the above posts that Ken and I did. Yips comes naturally when facing Yukimura. Its not something he ''activates'' or ''uses''. Read before talking crap.
At no point does Yukimura say he wants to embarass his opponent once he has blinded them.
To be honest, if nobody can give evidence that Yukimura NEVER took a point of an un-yipped Sanada then fine, but no matter which way you look at it, Yukimura w/out Yips > Sanada w/out BA and its foolish to say otherwise as Yukimura still won after the BA revealance and Sanada was NOT under the effect of yips.
Yukimura's expression completely changed and we see him instantly take points off Sanada within the turn of a page.
1. Yukimura wasn't playing at full strength until Sanada released BA.
2. Sanada showed BA, Yukimura was very afraid of that: "the sudden fear that went through his mind, Yukimura couldn't believe what he saw". THEN, "I expected to enjoy some tennis today, guess I was wrong".
3. After saying that, he gets totally serious and plays without holding back at full strength. The score right there is 4-1, then quickly goes to 7-1.
That's how it is. Yukimura walks over Sanada without BA. There's no way Sanada without BA can score a point against Yuki.