Um.... Yes.... And sorry? I'm just trying to start a conversation anyway, but you can shoot it down if you want to, Fayte.
First translate what you are saying.
What I'm asking is how did the Hyaku Ren Jitoku no Kiwami (Pinnacle of Hard Work) get its name? I understand how the Saiki Kanpatsu no Kiwami (Pinnacle of Wisdom) got its name because it uses brains to predict your opponents moves so accurately. But what does the Hyaku Ren Jitoku no Kiwami (Pinnacle of Hard Work) have to do with hard work? Isn't it the opposite of hard work since you're using your opponents' strength against them. Idk, just trying to start conversation.
Its called pinnacle of hard work because you need to "work hard" to achieve it. Tezuka needed to break his limit to obtain this.
Maybe... I was thinking more along the lines of the move itself when I was asking about the name. I guess it could be how they're named. But don't you have to break to your limits to open any of the doors of the Muga? Why is only the first one referred to as "Hard Work." Once again, I'm just trying to start conversation by asking random questions. ^.^
Um..... That's kinda what I said..... That's why I asked why the first door of the Muga was considered "Hard Work" while the other two require hard work, too.
The other two do not require you to face your fear.
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