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    NeoTrunksthe1 is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Alright, how would Atobe beat Kabji.
    No Matter the Result There Can Only be One Winner, the Loser Will Just Disappear. -Reiji Shinjou, Jyosei Shonan -

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    Rondo to Destruction- It would obviously work on Kabaji the first time, and if he copys it, just return it, since Atobe obviously has fast reflexes, I mean, Sanada did it, so why cant Atobe, since it is his move.

    World of Ice- This has already been discussed, Kabaji can't copy this since it has to do with Atobe himself and his insight.

    Kabaji probably can't copy data tennis either, and failed at copying kikumaru's acrobatics

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    Tezuka was able to return the Rondo, too. Idk if the Rondo would work on Kabaji. It didn't work on Tezuka because Tezuka managed to grip the racket tight enough.

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    lol. i know this one.

    *point at the sky* and say "Look! Atobe!"

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    Lol. Or run into a pole. He'll follow you. Just make sure you have a harder head than he does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kawaiikitsune View Post
    Lol. Or run into a pole. He'll follow you. Just make sure you have a harder head than he does.
    wear a helmet? :O zOMG the haxorzness.

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    Lol. That would be a good idea. Or maybe Kabaji's not flexible, and you could just stretch. Lol. Do a split or something.

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    Actually, if you think about it, Kabaji doesn't stand a chance of victory anymore since everyone now knows his ability to copy. Now, all the actualizers would have to do to win is constantly change their techniques so that Kabaji wouldn't be able to effectively fight back, even if he copies abilities as the match goes on. Notice how I said only the actualizers can do this. I mean that no one else has the capacity to remember the volume of techniques required to defeat Kabaji.

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    Well, as long as the player has enough techniques, they don't need the SoSA. Or as long as they make sure Kabaji doesn't get ahead of them. They could just settle for taking every service game and reveal all the moves in the tiebreak.

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    Why is everybody under the impression that Kabaji can't use world of ice? Tezuka's "gate" is a brain function, not something physical like a special shot. If Kabaji can imitate something at the brain function level -> I'm sure he could do world of ice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Urameshi-sama View Post
    Actually, if you think about it, Kabaji doesn't stand a chance of victory anymore since everyone now knows his ability to copy. Now, all the actualizers would have to do to win is constantly change their techniques so that Kabaji wouldn't be able to effectively fight back, even if he copies abilities as the match goes on. Notice how I said only the actualizers can do this. I mean that no one else has the capacity to remember the volume of techniques required to defeat Kabaji.

    Thats true, except Kabaji can copy your actualization state hence rendering your randomness useless - because he can do it too... not to mention hes physically in better shape than you (probably).

    Maybe Gin could beat Kabaji with his million hadkyou techiniques =). This might work because Kabaji can't instantly return complicated moves and Gin could just alternate levels - this differs from the actualization method because, if Kabaji copies actualization he can do whatever he wants but whereas here you control what Kabaji can copy.
    Last edited by whatsntomake; 02-07-2007 at 08:19 PM.

 

 
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