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    leody1 is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    im wondering y ryoma did not use cool drive against atobe??

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    kokusaikone is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Maybe because he thought it would not work with Atobe.

    Is the cool drive the same as cyclone smash? I think before they used the term cool drive in the manga and cyclone smash in the anime but then in OVA nationals 2, they said that cool drive is a new move that Echizen picked up during his US stint.

    The prototype cyclone smash was demostrated to Atobe during Seigaku's training somewhere in the mountains.

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    krazykurapica is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    The anime is a fake. Cyclone smash is bs.

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    leody1 is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    no, cool drive and cyclone smash are different.but i dun really recall echizen use his cyclone smash before in manga

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    racierfirer0 is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Quote Originally Posted by leody1 View Post
    no, cool drive and cyclone smash are different.but i dun really recall echizen use his cyclone smash before in manga
    Because he never did...don't think cyclone smash actually exist in the manga...

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    Sylent_Viper is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Actually that "Cyclone Smash" should have never existed, now in the ovas there's a conflict in the story because of it, Echizen plays Oishi instead of Oishi playing Tezuka. An now Ryoma uses Cool Drive only, he hasn't used that smash since the LAME LAME match between him and Sanada... (lame in the anime)... Also, they started explaining SoSA now, because they needed to introduce Hyakuren Jitoku. Why didn't they introduce it when they should have? Beats me.

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    kokusaikone is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Thanks for the clarifications. I was confused because I read somewhere (dunno if from wikipedia) that they were the same because at that time the anime has not used the term cool drive yet. Somebody should remind the mangakas/animators about those things (lol!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxsaznpride View Post
    Hohou Gaeshi drops faster than Tsubame Gaeshi.

    Zero no Shiki is the only unreturnable shot in the series (the only person who can return it is Kabaji, it seems... and Tezuka himself of course).
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    the zero no shiki is not unreturnable it can always be hit before it hits the ground right?

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    Sylent_Viper is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Yes, you're right. Actually there are no unreturnable shots in PoT.

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    Cool Drive is unreturnable.

    The problem is that there are strong conditions while using Cool Drive and it's more a finisher than a 'normal' special shot.

 

 
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