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    Pater is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Men, i understood anything of that chapter. Not even the japanesse neither the images. but, from what i saw i think that with the spin fuji gave to the ball it make it not pass the net when his rival hit it. Am i right or not?

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    yeah thats the point....

    but how!!! ?

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    Well...
    Shiraishi isn't Fuji's rival. They've probably never even played before. Otherwise, their first shown encounter would have been similar to that of Chitose and Tachibana.

    And about the spin that he puts on the ball... I think (and I'm prolly right... cause this makes sense to me) that Fuji puts such an insane slice spin that, even after the ball bounces, it still has an extreme amount of spin. So much so that after Shiraishi adds topspin (and increases the spin on the ball), it'll sink faster than ever and just sail into the net. I doubt that slicing would give a different effect cause... well... this is Fuji we're talking about.
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    krusade is offline Senior Member Regular
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    well.... it makes sens.. but... if you hit it to nullify the spin ?

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    kagerou_zutsumi is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Here's a translation.

    The final counter is called "The Gate of Hecatonchires." And you guys were right. It puts so much spin on the ball that Shiraishi can't make his shots go over the net.

    I think it can be countered by the fourth counter: Kagerou Zutsumi.

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    It's more like Nanjiro/Tezuka/Ryoma Zone, but it makes the ball go to the net, not to the person using the zone. It would be interesting to see Tezuka Zone vs Gate now.

    I wonder if Gate can be copied by SoSA.

    Fuji is awesome, but Tezuka is still better.

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    here's the scanlation (rapidshare)

    http://rapidshare.de/files/35661987/..._c319.zip.html
    Last edited by spydy; 10-05-2006 at 07:31 PM.

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    Pater is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Yeah, i was right!
    Really amazing counter, love it.

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    "Fuji this is your...."

    YOUR WHAT!!! ?? T_T

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    spydy is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by krusade
    "Fuji this is your...."

    YOUR WHAT!!! ?? T_T
    let's just wait for chapter 320 ;D

 

 
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