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Thread: Fuji, Prodigy?

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    kawaiikitsune is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    I guess. *shrugs* I'm not huge on writing fanfics anyway, so it doesn't make a difference to read. Although Tezuka's speech bubbles are often blank or nonexistent. Lol. And I can usually predict what all the characters would say/do. The only team I have difficulties with is Rikkaidai. I don't know why, but I just don't know much about them.

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    I was just wonderin if Echizen is better than Fuji after the Kantou reginals, kus u know, he beat Senada?

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    kawaiikitsune is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Ryoma would have to figure out a way to beat the Gatekeeper first. If he can't, Fuji's going to mop the floor with him.

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    I think Ryoma would find a way to defeat Fuji's gatekeeper. Even higuma otoshi was defeated by Ryoma after a few tries. Ryoma is someone with bottomless potential.
    Back to the topic, Fuji is a prodigy.

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    Well..... The Gatekeeper is on a different level from Higuma. I'm pretty sure Shiraishi would be able to break Higuma Otoshi on the first try... And it took him 6 games to break the Gatekeeper.

    Like I said before, just because someone isn't the best doesn't mean they're not a prodigy. I'm curious whether or not Tezuka and Ryoma would be considered prodigies. They work really hard, so they might be good through hard work rather than raw talent. Okay, maybe Ryoma would be, but would Tezuka? How much of his skill is from talent?

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    I don't really find Fuji to be a prodigy. He's as old as many other guys in his league (He's a third year right?), yet he's not as good as many of them.

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    I guess Tezuka is more on his talent. The crowd of the match Tezuka and Inui vs Chitose and Zaizen somehow said that Tezuka had sealed off his Muga when he enters Seigaku. Wow, so when Tezuka was in his first year, he can use Muga. Muga is not something that can get via hard work. I guess it is more of talent.
    In short, Tezuka = prodigy.

    Back to the topic, so, Fuji is a prodigy. Emm, what else do we need to discuss in this thread?

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    How I look at it:

    Skill = What you get from training.
    Talent = What you have before training.

    Prodigy, I think, is a guy with lots of talent. So... I'm pretty sure Fuji's a prodigy.

    Right now... the thing is that some people don't think Fuji's a prodigy because he gets beaten by the good people more times than not.
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    Yeah, we can't say that someone is not prodigy just because he lost some of his match. I am sure that there is no perfect person in the world. Like I said before, all of the matches Fuji lost are mostly in doubles, where Fuji was paired up with Kawamura, Inui, etc. The pairing isn't that good. Even in his single, Fuji managed to have a comeback from 5-0 during the match against Chitose although he lost the match later. The thing is that he polished a whole new couunter, ie the Gatekeeper. It took Chitose 6 games to find a solution to it. To be able to polish his Gatekeeper till theat level in just 5 games, I would say that Fuji is indeed a prodigy.

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    Prodigy pretty much means someone who is extremely naturally talented in something, which is pretty much what Fuji is. He's able to create [and perfect] completely new skills and adapt to situations naturally without putting too much effort into it. He also doesn't show his weaknesses [if any?] which makes him almost perfect. But of course no-one is perfect so there has to be some one who defeats him.
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