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  1. #3151
    whua404 is offline Senior Member Regular
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    to me, deep impulse sounds like something konomi should write for yukimura

    ryoma: "109th hadoukyu!"..... and just before the ball crosses the net
    yukimura: "deep impulse!!"

    yukimura generates a strong impulse wave by standing there and being awesome and the wave knocks the ball right back at ryoma, and since referee can't tell this is yukimura's doing, ryoma loses

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    Ravsieg is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Quote Originally Posted by xxsaznpride View Post
    WTF ARE ALL THESE MOVES??

    And what the hell's a Reiji Shinjyo.

    Edit: Stupid Gigantor... posting right before I did... thankies for the explanation.
    Reiji Shinjyo is one guy from Jyosei Shonan, the team that replaced Midoriyama in the anime. Deep Impulse is a move that involves the ball sent with heavy pressure in order to scratch his opponent's face. His objective was to make opponents pull out injured. Of course, this is a poor man's Kirihara.

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    AvatarST is offline Senior Member Regular
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    The way you described it (especially the two uses) is actually pretty cool, gigantor. The move would've been much better if it was like that.

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    Feez is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Too bad it wasn't.

    The Jyosei Shonan episodes were so bad. I would have at least liked to see the captain play.

    I'm here for the pot.

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    Ravsieg is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Quote Originally Posted by Feez View Post
    Too bad it wasn't.

    The Jyosei Shonan episodes were so bad. I would have at least liked to see the captain play.
    That guy was the only one I actually liked on that team. And I like almost every single player.

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    AvatarST is offline Senior Member Regular
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    He had the best design, that's for sure.

    At least I found the sexually ambiguous twins to be amusing.

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    Fayte is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Kajimoto was awesome. Too bad they made him look like Tezuka's B


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    Nekogal is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayte View Post
    Too bad they made him look like Tezuka's B
    I don't get it.. what do you mean?
    Last edited by Nekogal; 08-20-2007 at 03:00 PM.

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    Fayte is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    ^ When Tezuka beat Kajimoto without even trying when they were practicing for the American team.


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    Feez is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    ^Yeah, that was bull..I didn't think Kajimoto was THAT bad since he was a captain but I guess he really sucked.

    I'm here for the pot.

 

 

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