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  1. #21
    juudenkanryou711 is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Hee~!

    Oishi's Moon Volley. <3333
    A high lob in which the arc traveled by the ball resembles a crescent. Target: the spot just inside the line, not on the line as
    (B)Akazawa thought at first. Usually preceded by an unnecessary dragging of the racket along the court.
    Users: Oishi (well, duh) and Kikumaru (in episode 56, "Sannin No Daburusu")

    Oishi's corner shot
    A shot that's, well, aimed into the corner. Users: Oishi, and if my memory serves me right so does Tezuka and somebody from a rival school.

    Oishi's Shot Cross (cross shot?)
    Played from the net, the ball is hit to the opposite side of the court and bounces between the two "outside lines" and close to the net.
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    kokusaikone is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    In addition to the Snake (a.k.a. buggy whip shot) Kaido also has the following moves:

    Boomerang Snake: An around the pole shot. A Snake which is hit with a different stance, but the same basic stroke. Using the entire arm, the ball is hit with enough sidespin to carry it around the pole, and land in the singles boundary.

    Tornado Snake: A shot with a spin that causes it to move in a tornado like motion.

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    aznskman is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    well heres some of the moves that I know

    theres

    Drive A:
    dashing to the net and hitting a drive shot straight at your opponent

    Drive B:
    a shot where you slide toward the net and jump then hit a shot

    Drive D:
    two back to back drive Bs

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    nothinisworthit is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Are we incorporating the moves from the anime and the manga?

    Because in the anime Momo had the
    Super Special Momo Dunk Smash -_________- (Lame name)

    The ball when it hits the ground, it spins there for a random amount of time before bouncing up.

    Echizen's Tornado Smash (was it whirlwind or tornado... not sure)

    Anyways by jumping and twisting his body he is able to put a tremendous spin on the ball and when the ball hits the ground, it will spin at great speed leaving a mark on the ground

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    Asur is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Quote Originally Posted by nothinisworthit
    Echizen's Tornado Smash (was it whirlwind or tornado... not sure)
    It's Cyclone smash ^_^;;


    Current Obsession-Tenimyu, Tenipuri, Fuji Syuusuke, Tezuka Kunimitsu and Yukimura Seiichi. ^///^

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    Majinx is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by kokusaikone
    In addition to the Snake (a.k.a. buggy whip shot) Kaido also has the following moves:

    Boomerang Snake: An around the pole shot. A Snake which is hit with a different stance, but the same basic stroke. Using the entire arm, the ball is hit with enough sidespin to carry it around the pole, and land in the singles boundary.

    Tornado Snake: A shot with a spin that causes it to move in a tornado like motion.
    Ah you forgot some of his other less famous moves

    Reverse snake - Basicly the ball will spin and bounce in the opposite direction Kaido's snake normally goes but not needing to change hands (like normally he needs to use his backhand for the snake to go the other way)

    Short snake - a snake that is hit at the net and most likely not as fast or powerful as the normal snake but has just as much or even more spin than normal to make up for the lost in power. May also be used at the backcourt for a close to net snake short.

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    Sylent_Viper is offline Senior Member Regular
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    How about:

    Hyakuren Jitoku No Kiwami> Pinnacle Of Hard Work

    First door hidden within Muga No Kyouchi...* ok maybe we should start FROM Muga...

    Muga No Kyouchi> State Of Self Actualization

    Subconcious state in which the person who is immersed in it stops following to orders given by the brain and instead movs acording to latent memories that have been "imprinted" in the reactive mind. In this state players can reproduce any move (xcept for the Tezuka Zone) that they strongly remember. It has side effects, the body is extremely fatigued if used for too long, but if mastered, it can be controled to lessen the burden on the muscles.

    Ok NOW let's start with the doors

    *... consists in concentrating the explosive power of Muga in an articulation (don't know if legs...). Causes the ball to increase rotation, destructive power, speed, accuracy while minimizing the xtreme fatigue caused by Muga.

    Known users:

    -Tezuka Kunimitsu
    -Kabaji (pretty popular round this thread)

    Saiki Kanpatsu No Kiwami> Pinnacle Of Great Wisdom

    Second door hidden within Muga No Kyouchi. Consists in concentrating the power of Muga in the brain, improving its functions. The player is able to speed up his thoughts and judge how and where to hit the ball, and assemble a mental field of posibilities and reduce them so he/she is able to predict the number of shots needed to score.

    Known Users:

    -Chitose Senri
    -Kabaji probably could.

    Ten'i Mohou No Kiwami> Pinnacle of Perfection

    Really dont know what it does but the name says it all, doesn't it? I cant be neat...

    Known users:

    -Najirou Echizen

    Wannabe users:

    -Ryoma Echizen
    -Kintarou Tooyama
    Last edited by Sylent_Viper; 01-11-2007 at 09:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxsaznpride
    Atobe Keigo's serve can be done in real life. One of my friends did it to one of my other friends who told me about it (he's a PoT maniac, so he knew it was Tannhauser).

    Zero no Shiki Drop Shot

    User: Tezuka Kunimitsu, Echizen Ryoma

    Description: The user lightly slices a ball about to hit the ground, putting just enough drive into it for it to float over the net and land about a foot off. (crappy, I know, but that's all it is.)

    I almost pulled this off. Only thing is that I never get it to stay on the floor. It always bounces back or straight up a little... and it's never just a foot off the net, maybe 3-7 feet.
    Yea the Tannhauser serve is a serve that can be used in real life - i have used it a few times before in matches, however it was due to desperation - the ball that i serve hits the ground and rises around 5-6 inches only and most of the time forces the opponent to either run forward to hit the serve or just look on hopelessly - the zero shiki drop shot is another that i believe is possible to the degree that u can drop the ball around a foot off of the net however i am doubtful of the backwards rolling motion of the ball when it hits the ground (i've tried it many times)

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    lunariti is offline Member Newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by juudenkanryou711
    Hee~!

    Oishi's Moon Volley. <3333
    A high lob in which the arc traveled by the ball resembles a crescent. Target: the spot just inside the line, not on the line as
    (B)Akazawa thought at first. Usually preceded by an unnecessary dragging of the racket along the court.
    Users: Oishi (well, duh) and Kikumaru (in episode 56, "Sannin No Daburusu")
    It is just a normal lob with extreme top spin on it which thus causes the ball to spin down as it travels to the end of the court - it is a nice way of tricking serve and volley players since it seems as though the lob is going to go out however it lands within the line

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunariti
    Yea the Tannhauser serve is a serve that can be used in real life - i have used it a few times before in matches, however it was due to desperation - the ball that i serve hits the ground and rises around 5-6 inches only and most of the time forces the opponent to either run forward to hit the serve or just look on hopelessly - the zero shiki drop shot is another that i believe is possible to the degree that u can drop the ball around a foot off of the net however i am doubtful of the backwards rolling motion of the ball when it hits the ground (i've tried it many times)
    if it isnt hit with a massive amount of spin that it doesnt bounce then it isnt really the tannhauser serve. What exactly did you do different from your normal serves?? The way you describe your serve, it seems like all you need to do is hit a normal serve lightly but with alot of spin so it wouldnt bounce much.

 

 
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