View Poll Results: ¿Who do you think will win?

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  • RikkaiDai Fuzoku

    69 77.53%
  • Nagoya Seitoku

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    Shiraishi_Kuranosuke is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Well RikkaiDai probably would be in a tie 2-2 so yumikura will play ,everyone will say that his opponent is even in a international level and nobody in japan can beat him and yukimura will defeat him 6-0 ^^
    If RikkaiDai lose we will see them play against Shitenhouji anyway

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    Urameshi-sama is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    RikkaiDai lose to a random team? WTF! Konomi has always made Seigaku's rival schools come up to the final tournaments. The only exception is Fudoumine, who lost to a school that was already damn reputable and known to be strong. Making Rikkai lose to a random foreign team would be a jip...we wouldn't get the sweet Tezuka/Yukimura, Fuji/Sanada, Echizen/Akaya, Golden Pair/Trickster pair showdowns (can you tell what I expect from the matches? )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urameshi-sama View Post
    RikkaiDai lose to a random team? WTF! Konomi has always made Seigaku's rival schools come up to the final tournaments. The only exception is Fudoumine, who lost to a school that was already damn reputable and known to be strong. Making Rikkai lose to a random foreign team would be a jip...we wouldn't get the sweet Tezuka/Yukimura, Fuji/Sanada, Echizen/Akaya, Golden Pair/Trickster pair showdowns (can you tell what I expect from the matches? )
    Thank you, that's exactly right. It would be such a random move by Konomi, and it would definately hurt many fans of Rikkai, and not only them, but fans of the matches that were held with Seigaku vs. Rikkai. It would be silly to throw that away, especially Tezuka vs. Yukimura and a Renji - Inui rematch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LBM View Post
    Thank you, that's exactly right. It would be such a random move by Konomi, and it would definately hurt many fans of Rikkai, and not only them, but fans of the matches that were held with Seigaku vs. Rikkai. It would be silly to throw that away, especially Tezuka vs. Yukimura and a Renji - Inui rematch.
    then why would he even bother mentioning the team...

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    Quote Originally Posted by renzenkuken View Post
    then why would he even bother mentioning the team...
    Why wouldn't he? There has to be some suspense as well, but it's certain that Rikkai can't lose. I'm sure Konomi wouldn't put some faceless team in there with no name, you know? There's a slight suspense involved, but ultimately I don't think that Nagoya has a chance.


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    rikkaidai has to win...it will be just too random if they don't

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    Sorry guys, I honestly think Nagoya is going to win. I had suspicions ever since Yamabuki's loss 1-4 and then Nagoya blitzing their next opponent 3-0. From the way I'm interpreting it from chapter 321 Nagoya started throwing out their exchange students since facing Yamabaki and from the way I see it Rikkaidai are just going to be another stepping stone for them. I agree with you all that Rikkaidai losing would be stupid, but at this stage I honestly think Nagoya will win.

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    I hope you're not basing Nagoya's power on the defeat of Yamabuki. Yamabuki is such a godawful tennis team, except for Sengoku (and Jin...not anymore though), so yeah, anyone can beat freaking Yamabuki.


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    IF Nagoya won, it would be soOooOOOo r.a.n.d.o.m.!
    1). An unknown / unheard team advancing to the finals.
    2). A team that has funky next players all from different cultures whom skills and level are unmentioned before.
    3). Yukimaru would not be able to play Tezuka.
    4). Nagoya simply had to be THERE to fill up the other missing team.
    5). Seigaku played Hyotei twice - why not last year's Champians?
    6). If they dont play Rikkai, Finals would be total boring.
    7). We havent found out the REAL strongest player in the tennis boy world of Japan (Tezuka & Yukimaru). [hope that sentence made sence]
    . This school was simply not mentioned anywhere except the time that they've won Yamabuki (Great suprise.)
    9). This is the real match between Seigaku and Rikkai, as both Captains where not there to play each other in the Kantou. tournament.
    Last edited by Babii-Boo; 11-25-2006 at 02:22 PM.

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    In answer to that statement LBM made I am not basing Nayoga's real strength on their defeating Yamabuki, well only their strength before pulling out the exchange students. You made a good point that Sengoku was the only good player Yamabuki had. My guess is that the one win Yamibuki had get off Nagoya was won by Sengoku, and that one win convinced Nagoya that it was time to send out their real aces. In conclusion we still do not know how strong they really are, only that the exchange students started playing after round 2 with Yamabuki. I hope this clears up any confusion in the argument in my opinion I may've caused. I would still prefer the Rikkaidai vs Seigaku in the finals, but it's just that after Konomi introduced SOSA, the visible aura etc. let's just say I won't be surprised in anymore twists in the story, including the possible Nagoya advancement to the finals. This is just an opinion of course based on my interpretation of the events I just thought maybe there are those who'd be interested to hear another opinion on this subject. I hope none of you are offended.
    Last edited by war-minded_otaku; 11-26-2006 at 01:45 AM.

 

 
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