just boils down to
1. instinct -- enhance reaction, how do deal with something odd with quick reaction.
2. imagination- the mind power that enhance fighting techiques and how to uses tools or surrounding for advantages
3. experience- fighting experience period
4. physical ability-muscle strength.
all type of DF users rely on these 4 fields, each type uses more of one than another.
right wrong maybe?
Instinct/intuition-- Instinct can also imply natural talents, so it's different from "reaction". This is what you mean by "reaction" is it uhawwwokwwww?
Originally Posted by uhawwwokwwww
Imagination & intellect-- actually techniques are architectural. There are engineered solutions within the techniques derived from knowledge gained from experience or inquiry, and there is the imagination by which the moves are inspired. Battle tactics are both an art and a science. Imagination and Intelligence are not the same.
Experience-- everything requires experience to draw power from, unless it's instinctive/natural.
Physical strength & will power-- some fruit powers derive power from physical strength, but in martial arts, enhancing physical strength also enhances will power, a mental ability.
Endurance/Stamina/Energy-- How long can you use your powers? How much pain can you take? How fast can you recover? All these answers lie in your body's constitution.
Reaction/reflex/speed-- yep the faster one wins the race (or gets the kill).
Awareness/perception-- the best use of power lies in the conditions in which the power is used. Surroundings and environment can be the cause of victory or defeat.
Accuracy-- last but not least, precision & accuracy. This is more of a worry for long range attackers, but if you can't hit from close range, you're in trouble.
This comes from eye-hand coordination (or ear-hand, or nose-hand, etc.)
So i've made 10 fields/stats. LOL I should make an RPG.
IF imagination and Intelligence were the same thing, then luffy'd be a genius. but he's not. hes'as smart as the pants i'm wearing, but he go a lot of imagination