Intl Translator有名人 / Yuumeijin / Celebrity
- Aug 2, 2011
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Motion Vision being enough to handle Habu. It would imply this.What. Seriously where did this come from.
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In case you didn't read the chapters, Kamio defeated Sengoku.Because...?
In case you didn't read the other chapters, Kamio attaince Mojuu no Aura.
I see no reason to assume Sengoku suddenly got an off-screen upgrade that exceeded the boost Mojuu no Aura provided.
In fact, there IS no reason to assume that.
---------- Post added at 04:27 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:24 PM ----------
Can't be proven he was faster.So going from 6-7 against someone on city level to 6-4 against someone on national level is negligible? Sure why not.
And whether Sakata was better than Kamio or not is something we can't say. He was probably faster though (at least before Moujuu).
He lost on Regional level to Kamio actually.
And also, let's face it. Richard Sakata came from an awfully weak Region.
His team were weak.
He was never highly revered as a strong guy. Sengoku only got 6-4 over him.
Can't see why he could be near Kamio with Mojuu no Aura.
Kamio was better than Sengoku before, got a significant upgrade.
Sengoku's upgrade couldn't have been that significant otherwise Konomi would have at least given him an extra page or two.
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In case you didn't notice Kaoz,Why have him win as the only person then? Why not have him lose as well, it's not like anyone would have been in an uproar.
Sengoku after Akutsu shits on everything in Yamabuki.
Yamabuki suck eggs besides him.
It didn't alarm me at all when he won at least. Its not like he and his team are of a similar level.
yeah they may have out-classed freaking Muramochi, Nitobe/Kita or Jimmies, or some other random dude, but Sengoku was levels above them.
They weren't in the same situation.
---------- Post added at 04:35 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:29 PM ----------
Blow outs where one opponent is levels above the other happens frequently.Well what do you expect? As much as we like to theorize it here, complete blowouts happen very rarely.
Hyotei handed blow outs to Shishigaku.
So did Shitenhoji to Okakura, Ibu Shinji and Tachibana, I don't want to have to go look into databooks, but blow outs were far from rare in that databook.
When opponents are of a similar level, then sure it's a tight match.
Can't see why somebody who got 6-4 on Richard Sakata deserves praise as a guy who made significant improvement.
So beat a fast player. Richard has been portrayed as a guy who only runs fast. That's it.
---------- Post added at 04:45 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:35 PM ----------
That's entirely your assumption that it has a set path.You're acting like Habu is some godly move. The ball just curves a bit after it bounces, I don't see why you wouldn't be able to get used to it after constantly hitting it for a game or two. According to what Hirakoba said ("You can see it clearly already"), the shot even follows a set path, it's not like it's random like Rai.
And now I see you're assuming Sengoku and Fuji are Mentally equal then.
It doesn't curve just 'a bit'. I don't see why you're downgrading this move.
At such a late stage in the game, we can assume Fuji has only JUST got a perfect return on this as the audience seem surprised.
Not seeing Sengoku return it sooner than Fuji.