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    Fayte is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Who here thinks Fuji's final counter is just plain awesome. Putting double the spin on the ball to make the opponent always hit the net. This is what truely makes him a prodigy.


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    magictos is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    yea.. i think Fuji is awesome too.. even for Shiraishi, it takes lots of trials to really find the right, dunno if it's right or not, counter spin

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    kokusaikone is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    agree. i am always in awe as to how he develops all those counters. is there anyone else out there who can do all those?

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    and to evolve all his other triple counters as well as the final counter, that's the genius, Fuji. All balls flying back to hit the net even though you lob it, scary....

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    I have a question. Why does they still call them the "Triple Counters" if there are 4 of them? Does that analogicaly mean that there isn't a second phase to Kagerou Zutsumi??.

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    magictos is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    maybe it's just a habit thing.. they gotten so used to it that they keep calling it triple counters.. besides.. triple counters seems to be more i dunno how to say it.. it's just that it feels nicer to say than quadruple counter..

    i guess there is no kagerou zutsumi's second phase so far..

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    racierfirer0 is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    fuji is definitely a class on its own....not to say the rest of the "classy" players are not...u know sanada, tezuka etc etc...but fuji is DEFINITELY GOOD!!! hahaha, evolving his techniques...can't wait for his next match...i would have love to see him play against sanada or atobe ~sigh~ but that's not gonna happen anytime soon...oh well, at least tezuka-inui match is coming up soon

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    should b quadruple counter this time..but he lost eventually..that sucks..

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    magictos is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    it's better to lose now.. than later at Rikkai dai match.. maybe he will come up with a new move too.. that would be interesting to see..

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    Urameshi-sama is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Fuji has shown his sheer awesomeness since his first match against Mizuki. I'm still damn pissed that Konomi made Fuji lose against Shiraishi, but this loss almost guarantees a win for Fuji in the Rikkai match. I hope he gets to play Sanada in that one.

 

 
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