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    Babii-Boo is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    He didn't show his aggresive play against Chitose. If he did, maybe the results wouldn't be the same. He kind of let Chitose win that last point ='D Tachibana is such a friend. Funny how they over exaggerated Tachi's eye at the Shitenhouji match when it was only hit by a soft balll compared to what Chitose went through.

    Is Chitose's eye healed completely? He said something about Tachibana not aiming any balls at his weak spots or something........
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    I know. If Tachibana was playing dirty, he would have aimed for Chitose's blind spot. Playing like that kinda cut out half of what Tachibana could hit, since he couldn't hit to Chitose's side.

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    According to Kyushuu (what am i doing?) Tachibana was the ace for Shishigaku, so i think that time (before Chitose's eye got injured) Tachi was stronger than Chitose. Although i'm not quite sure now, as Chitose opened the 2nd door of the Muga and Tachi didnt show his real strength. Hm... These 2 wings... Tachi did win the match against Chitose (with his violent play).

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    I have to admit, Tachibanas final technique is awesome. It looks so elegant. Probably one of my favorite techniques in the series.

    And Chitose's eye was most likely healed, but the fear was probably still there.


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    Tezuka had the same problem after his rehabilitation, but he managed to overcome it thanks to Chitose's little sister. Miyuki suffered from the yips and managed to overcome that thanks to Tezuka! Such a beautiful friendship XP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayte View Post
    And Chitose's eye was most likely healed, but the fear was probably still there.
    Maybe, but I think he said that he still couldn't see very well out of his eye. Tezuka didn't want to raise his arm because he was afraid of the pain, but Chitose always has his eye open, so I think he would know if his eye hasn't completely healed.

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    Speaking of which, does anyone else think it was really ridiculous that Kabaji was able to copy what is essentially a state of mind? Plus ... the Tezuka zone really should have remained something that can only be born from experience, since the spin applied would have to vary with every shot, depending on where it is hit and where you anticipate your opponent hitting.

    In any case, Kabaji pretty much already has a built-in State of Self-Actualization (I take it he's autistic?). And yet even with the SOSA, a player isn't able to utilize the Tezuka zone-style of play if he lacks the experience himself (as shown by Sanada).

    And speaking of the Rikkaidai folks ... isn't it a bit contradictory that they laugh at the Seigaku team for not knowing about Tezuka's "Pinnacle of Hard Work", which was sealed sometime in his freshman year - but back in the Sanada-Ryoma match, Sanada clearly said that the only three people who could enter the State of Self-Actualization (excluding new initiates Ryoma and Kirihara) were Yukimura, Chitose and himself?

    Thinking about that, for Yukimura and Sanada to have known that Tezuka can enter that state, they must have played in the same circuits in elementary school ... that would have been pretty interesting ... an elementary school kid pulling out the "Pinnacle of Hard Work" in the middle of a match ...

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    Lol. Well. Maybe at elemetary school level, the Hyaku Ren Jitoku no Kiwami wouldn't do much good, since it doubles the strength and spin of the opponent's ball. If the opponent is weak, I guess doubling it wouldn't do much god. I kinda wonder how Sanada and Yukimura knew, too. Especially since they haven't seen it for 3 years. I wonder if they played each other in elementary school.

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    Sanada and Yukimura know everything.


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    Lol. I guess so. Or maybe they were Tezuka stalkers or something. Haha.

    I'm not quite sure how the Hyaku Ren Jitoku no Kiwami got its name. I don't understand that whole "Pinnacle of Hard Work" thing. I understand how the Saiki Kanpatsu no Kiwami got its name, but how did the Hyaku Ren Jitoku no Kiwami get its name?

 

 
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