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    mti17 is offline Member Newbie
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    The moves i fidn extremely fun to use are Shinji's spot.. Atobes Rondo..Yagyuu's drop shot, dont know its name.. but it looks so cool.
    If we are talking about easy moves, look no further than Yanagi's whirlwind cut.. its virtually unstoppable... Tsubame Gaeshi is useful as well.. Tezuka's zero shiki...Fuji's disappearing serve

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    ^ah, Shinji's spot, unfortunately I could never pull that one out, then again I only really used his mumbling. Atobe's Rondo to Destruction is one of my favourites as well, and Atobe also possesses my favoured serve in the game, Prelude to Despair, with proper placement it's near impossible for even the CPU to return it. I believe Yagyuu drop is called 'Drop of Kindness y Decorum', although slow, like Tezuka's Zero Shiki Dropshot it can't be returned once it hits the ground, and that makes it godly against baseliners.

    Favourite lob shots, the Cobra (it was Kaidou's move from SH2) and Ooishi's Moon Volley. The Cobra for some reason seems to knock the racket out off my opponent's hand and Moon Volley with proper placement is near impossible to return unless the opponent pulls out a special.
    お前にとっての下克上はここには無いんだよ。

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    Ravsieg is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    The name of the Yagyuu move you mentioned, "Drop of Kindness y Decorum".. I think we can safely switch the "y" with an "and".

    "y" is Spanish for "and", and the FAQ writer is Argentinian (Spanish is their native language) and she's also written a FAQ on Spanish, so it's probably just a bit she forgot to translate.

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    i like niou's dirty trick, especially in doubles it works pretty much all the time. kamio's sonic bullet is also a favorite, in single player i gave he patriot return and tiger gun. he never lost so far. but my all time favorite is akaya's experience with strong people and his knukle serve.

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    @Ravsieg: thanks for the notice, I was wondering why she used y, for a second i thought it was part of the English language.

    @Koo-aid: Sonic Bullet and Knuckle Serve are both very useful moves, not to mention easy to produce. Kirihara's Knuckle Serve and Napalm (his smash aimed at the opponent) have both served me well (my Hiyoshi has them both) as there's nothing wrong with trying to take a shot at your opponent. Makes you wonder why no one is real life tries this... ah wait, the ethical implications of sportmanship I think.
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    has anyone ever noticed when you look at the info for your team it shows your leaders leader ability and something else that uses leader points right under it. i dunno if its a different leader ability you can use or not.

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    That stands for the plain Feeling of Unity move. (When you press Square when one of your teammates is preparing a technique, the leader raises his fist and the teammembers scream for encouragement)

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    mti17 is offline Member Newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravsieg View Post
    That stands for the plain Feeling of Unity move. (When you press Square when one of your teammates is preparing a technique, the leader raises his fist and the teammembers scream for encouragement)
    what advantage do u get from doing that?

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    It depends on the technique. It's all on the FAQs.

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    Ravsieg is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Double-Post;

    By the way, I have 3 new teams, eheh. Trying to get patience to post them all on my page.

 

 
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