Manga News: Check out this week's new manga (4/6/15 - 4/12/15).
New Forums: Visit the new forums for Boku no Hero Academia!
Forum News: Check out the results for the Anime Awards 2014
A friend of Viole's teammate is the ONLY way you can set up an ambush for Koon?
How exactly are they to know and stop Viole/Horyang/team Tangsooyook from getting involved?
Xia Xia sends Horyang directly to the scene to cause issues then leads Viole there?
Last edited by Reclaimer; February 07, 2013 at 09:25 PM.
I agree some details are lacking here. Faceless man (Karaka most likely) is enough of a connection for me. I won't say that the plan is ridiculous until I find out what was the real goal and if there were some other things we don't know about that were a factor.
Yeah, I forgot that the person who tried to kill Koon said that a girl with bunny ears hired him, but that doesn't really change much. If Apple hacked into Koon's lighthouse and was observing what he was seeing, she could have noticed the guy hiding underground and shut down the lighthouse to hopefully prevent Koon from seeing him and thus allowing him to be ambushed and killed. In that case it is more of a crime of opportunity than convoluted scheme, but either way, it was taking advantage of a situation rather than creating a situation.
That makes infinitely more sense than Apple working with FUG. There are serious holes in the plan whoever it was intended to ensnare, but it being a plan to ensnare Koon is magnitudes worse than it being a plan to ensnare Horyang or Viole.
Last edited by Reclaimer; February 08, 2013 at 03:33 PM.
I don't see what these serious holes are in the plan considering we don't even know what the true plan was, I'd say it's much more likely that the plan was to ensnare Viole but what the purpose of Koon being there was we don't know. But what does make sense is FUG sending someone to spy on Koon's team, YHS should know what Koon's character is like and I'd find it surprising if he didn't send someone to check up on him.
Well, Urek gave the job to Yuje, but Yuje ditched it off to Hachuling. I actually think that Hachuling's only a Ranker, not a High Ranker, because while we didn't get to see him fight Lero-ro, Lero-ro didn't seem immediately outclassed, although Hachuling could be a High Ranker because he might be great as a Scout/Lightbearer, even if he's not amazing at combat. Even if Hachuling's only a Ranker, he could still be a high ranking member of Walhaiksong.
Well, Zahard's not active in the Tower, nor has Walhaiksong expressed a desire to fight/kill Zahard. Also, it wouldn't be so easy to crush Walhaiksong when they have Urek and Baekryun.
And Cassano doesn't have to defeat the 3 of them alone. Suppose:
Cassano attacks Koon who tries to stop him by using his lighthouses to freeze him. Koon, however, finds out that his lighthouses have just been shut down so instead of freezing Cassano, nothing happens allowing Cassano to hit him and kill him.
If no situation like that comes up, it isn't a huge loss because more opportunities to kill him will arise.
If the plan was to snag Horyang or Viole, how were they going to stop the entirety of team Tangsooyook from showing up? It would be impossible to predict that Horyang would leave the team and go alone, especially since Cassano hasn't seen Horyang for years and I doubt he really knows much about him as a person. (Yes, he knows he is more introverted, but basing the entirety of your plan on that is absurdly retarded)
If the plan was to snag Koon, why send Horyang/Viole to him? Why use a tool that is almost certain to garner interest from Team Tangooyook.
Reason, however, dictates that they do have a lot of members.
1) The goal of overthrowing Zahard cannot be accomplished without serious numbers considering you'll have to contend with the 10 families.
2) Since there are quite a lot of reasons for people to have severe problems with how the tower operates, I doubt they have too hard of a time finding people to join.
The Company got their scan of the chapter up. http://www.batoto.net/read/_/155812/...by_the-company
When it comes to protecting Viole and co, Walhaiksong would just have to take out the higher ranked members of FUG then place a High Ranker to protect them because as we've seen, the number of weaker members you have doesn't mean much when you get to the top tier. As you said that they're a more powerful organisation so they should be capable of that.
Walhaiksong hasn't expressed a desire but that doesn't mean that they never will. Baam never expressed a desire to kill Zahard but that didn't stop him being targeted.
Last edited by abc1233; February 09, 2013 at 11:51 AM.
There's no way FUG could crush Walhaiksong, especially if Urek went for the kill. We saw that he's not the type of guy to hold back. Mircea? Plz, Urek would use his irregular badassery to wipe the floor with him (not easily, but he'd win alone in the end). Plus, if FUG went after Walhaiksong, then Zahard's army would ally with Walhaiksong...
Why would I assume that she is telling the truth there when everything else she is saying is a lie and the whole claim that this was a trap for Koon is absurd? (She's also so batshit crazy she makes Rachel look normal. Though I think Rachel is a lot less crazy than people think.) It is also really easy to claim that you have a spy in someone's organization when you don't. (If they have a spy in Viole's group, you'd be just basing your claim on what you already did elsewhere)
If Baam talks to Koon while the red box has the voice mode on, it means it his red box, isn't it?