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    SpiffSpoo is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urameshi-sama View Post
    Also, Sanada's strenght is his FuuRinKaZan, which is SoSa based.
    They are not SoSA based.

    Quote Originally Posted by Reigon View Post
    1)Okay as Renji said: Sanada uses FuuRinKaZan when he's droven into a corner
    So: Sanada(without FuuRinKaZan) is weaker than Renji, who is as strong as Inui, who is weaker than Fuji (and Tezuka,Atobe,Shiraishi and Yukimura?)
    Uh..... Sanada is a little better than Renji without FuuRinKaZan, but Renji says that that when he starts doing well, Sanada uses his FuuRinKaZan, and he says Sanada only used one, I think it was wind. And I bet he never used SoSA against him. Sanada is like Fuji, he is very good to begin with, and when he wants to crush or keep up with an opponent, he starts using his moves.
    Inui = Renji for all purposes. Inui does have his killer serve now, but I bet Renji has something else now.
    As for saying Sanada is weaker than Fuji and Shiraishi, doubt it. Those 3 are probably all on the same level. Considering Sanada has SoSA while Fuji and Shiraishi don't, Sanada is probably the better player. And since Fuji started to get serious against Shiraishi so late in their match, and after seeing both play, Fuji is probably better than Shiraishi.
    I just think it like it is.

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    About time people are starting to see the real Sanada :P


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    For the superplayers who were already hot prospects when they came into tennis as seniors (Tezuka, Tachibana, Sanada, Yukimura), its not so much that they have improved at nationals than they are just starting to reveal their real powers- Tezuka only shows Hyakurin Jitoku no Kiwami now, but he had it before he entered middle school (probably delayed by his arm injury); Tachibana only shows his wild beast aura and shot in his match against Chitose, but he had them as a sophomore (probably delayed by emotional damage); Sanada only showed SoSa for like 2 minutes and only started it at game point in his match with Echizen (HOPEFULLY we'll see Sanada trying in the next Rikkai match).
    The people who are really improving in nationals are those who got pwned before nationals and the players who were not quite as strong as the established superplayers- Fuji starts improving after getting pwned by serios Tachibana, Atobe improves after getting pwned by Tezuka and Sanada. Basically all of the people who weren't/aren't up to par with the established superplayers will improve at nationals, while the superplayers are only starting to get serious since it is nationals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urameshi-sama View Post
    For the superplayers who were already hot prospects when they came into tennis as seniors (Tezuka, Tachibana, Sanada, Yukimura), its not so much that they have improved at nationals than they are just starting to reveal their real powers- Tezuka only shows Hyakurin Jitoku no Kiwami now, but he had it before he entered middle school (probably delayed by his arm injury); Tachibana only shows his wild beast aura and shot in his match against Chitose, but he had them as a sophomore (probably delayed by emotional damage); Sanada only showed SoSa for like 2 minutes and only started it at game point in his match with Echizen (HOPEFULLY we'll see Sanada trying in the next Rikkai match).
    The people who are really improving in nationals are those who got pwned before nationals and the players who were not quite as strong as the established superplayers- Fuji starts improving after getting pwned by serios Tachibana, Atobe improves after getting pwned by Tezuka and Sanada. Basically all of the people who weren't/aren't up to par with the established superplayers will improve at nationals, while the superplayers are only starting to get serious since it is nationals.

    Um...Atobe won Tezuka, so he did not necessarily get pwned by Tezuka. Atobe got pwn'd by Sanada, but in reality, he's stronger than Sanada (Yukimura said it himself). Fuji was already strong and i think he was considered a so-called "superplayer." It's just that in the nationals, he's starting to play seriously.

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    In a real match... with both Atobe and Tezuka playing as they were/are (cause Atobe lost) in the nationals, Tezuka would win. Atobe was playing his best at the time, while Tezuka was only using part of his ability (remember that his Hyakuren Jitoku no Kiwami was sealed off... along with his basic Muga).

    Against Sanada, Atobe used all his power, whereas Sanada only used 1 Fuu Rin Ka Zan and had yet to unleash his Muga (or any variant thereof).

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxsaznpride View Post

    Against Sanada, Atobe used all his power, whereas Sanada only used 1 Fuu Rin Ka Zan and had yet to unleash his Muga .
    Thank you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayte View Post
    Thank you.
    I bet he used more than one Fuu Rin Ka Zan, but there is no way he used SoSA. If he did, Atobe would probably lose. Now that I think about it, it didn't even show Atobe use his Tan Hauser server, but IIRC in the Anime during Jr. Selection Camp he did use it against him. So Sanada would no how to counter it.

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    After some closer inspection, it looks like Sanada's Fire of Fuu Rin Ka Zan is the Cyclone Smash from the Anime. Ryoma of one reality had to steal a move from Sanada of an other reality. This shows how good manga Sanada really is. Just have to see if Sanada can keep up with Fuji now.
    I just think it like it is.

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    fire's fuu rin ka zan is the same as cyclone smash? really? i better check again.. o_O

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    Quote Originally Posted by magictos View Post
    fire's fuu rin ka zan is the same as cyclone smash? really? i better check again.. o_O
    It looks alot like it, and Cyclone Smash seems to be as powerful as Fire, if not more so. Which doesn't make sense, because Ryoma is weaker than Sanada.
    I just think it like it is.

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    Invade like Fire isn't Cyclone smash, but it is like it. Its actually just a very low stanced smash. Basically Sanada can smash the ball no matter how high the ball is, as long as it goes over the net he can smash it.


 

 
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