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  1. #91
    Urameshi-sama is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    If this is amateur tennis, I can't imagine how pro tennis is. Maybe you have to win against god to be a pro.

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    Ooh. We have a technique that has yet to be completely abused. The Higa Trick. Also known as the "whack the teacher" trick. Since most of the coaches aren't really tennis player-level gods, they're vulnerable. After all, if you don't play tennis, you're a mortal. Thus... I present to you the modifications of the "Elimination of the Snake's Head Raging to the Stars" technique. It's derived from the saying about a snake being nothing without its head.

    The 108 Palms of the Buddha Bitchslapping the Snake's Head (Gin): Gin jumps to the air and does a Hadokkyu smash towards the coach's head. If the coach's head doesn't cave in and explode on contact, it'll at least be seperated from the head. Either way this will kill the coach and cause a loss of morale in the other players. Gin can feign innocence - he'll claim that he thought his opponent would be capable of returning it.
    Drive W Type A35T - The Snake Catcher (Ryoma): Remember the Cool Drive that Ryoma used on Tanishi? Something like that. Ryoma uses his Drive W towards the enemy coach's bench, and after hitting the bench the ball will roll (or wheel, hence the W) itself up the coach's arm and shoot into his mouth, causing him or her to choke to death.
    King of the Snakes, Cobra Twist (Kaidou): Kaidou fires off a Snake shot at an extremely fine angle - so fine that the shot flies towards the opponent coach and curves just before hitting the fence behind the bench, hitting the enemy coach on the back of the neck. This will mess up the pressure points of the enemy coach, resulting in death.
    Burning Final Grandsmash (Kawamura): Also known as the BFG. Like the fabled gun that brings holy destruction on enemies, Kawamura's BFG is pure doom. Kawamura will hop once, then use the momentum to jump even higher that Mukahi (or whatever his name was) then fire off a smash even more impressive than Momoshiro's Dunk Smash. Also, by concetrating all his burning soul into one hand, Kawamura will be able to shoot a fireball at the opponent's coach. If the BFG doesn't hit the coach (and if it does, it brings instant death), it will cause the coach to catch fire and burn to death.
    Adam's Folly - The Fifth Counter (Fuji): Named after the apple that resulted in Adam's banishment from Eden, this ultimate counter can only be used against male coaches. Fuji, with his genius, will aim his shot to hit the coach's adam's apple directly, severing all the bloodlines or whatever in his neck, causing a bloody death.
    Rondo Spiraling Towards Destruction Second Symphony - The Fall of the Juggernaut (Atobe): A move inspired by his match against Ryoma, Atobe will aim and hit one of the gigantic equipments in the air, causing it to drop on the enemy coach and killing him or her instantly. It can also be used against enemy players, making this an all-rounder move.
    Jack Knife Unleashed (Akutsu): Akutsu runs at the enemy's coach and stabs him with a knife. No one will try to disqualify him - he's that scary.
    Lose Some Weight, Fatso (Kite): Simply Kite hitting a serve at the coach's stomache. More painful than it looks, really. When combined with the force of the Big Bang, this serve will smash into the coach's stomache and tear throught it, showering the entire stadium with blood and intestines.
    Air (Sanada): A move to surpass his previous moves, Air is activated when Sanada says "Whispering like the air" and hit a shot so sharp that the wind following the ball actually slices the air, viciously cutting the skin of anyone it passes. When used with enough force, the resulting wind can actually cut a person in half, resulting in death. What makes this technique so dangerous is that the cutting wind cannot be heard, making it silent and deadly.
    The Spoon (Inui): During the match, Inui will whip out a spoon and hold it forward. This technique has two effects; the first it to surprise the opponent and his coach, causing them to stop in shock, and the second is to bring upon the opponent's coach a fiery death. Due to Inui's data, he will be able to calculate the angles of the rays of the sun along with the degree, and he will hold it at an angle that will cause the coach to combust. The spoon will be hand-made by him, specially crafted to intensify the rays of the sun, making it more of a microscope than a spoon. However, because a microscope would inform the opponent of his intentions, he cleverly uses a spoon.
    Goddess of Fortune Smiling Through Tears (Sengoku): Sengoku will fire off a seemingly innocent speed shot that his opponent cannot return. However, the angle at which Sengoku hits it will cause the ball to be extremely rubbery, and as soon as it bounces off the floor it will hit the fence, then bounce around the entire court at an impossibly fast speed until it hits the coach. And it WILL hit the coach, due to Sengoku's immense luck. Sengoku will then finish the match with his catch phrase "Lucky!" and whistle.
    The Eternal Graveyard Collapsing Upon Itself (Tachibana): Tachibana will use his Wild Ball technique, causing a number of balls to head towards the opponent. In reality, however, all the balls are fake and the real ball will instead hit the bench of the opponent's coach, causing it to collapse upon itself. The ball will then bounce up and fall once more, hitting the bench and causing a long spike of wood to fly in the air before falling and stabbing the coach, sending him or her to death. If the spike does not hit the coach, he or she will most likely die anyways, due to the number of splinters on the bench combined with the fact that the bench will collapse in the middle, meaning the coach will be stuck in a nest of splinters.
    Self Brought Destruction - Betrayal (Kabaji): A particularly incredible move, this requires Kabaji's tendency to copy his opponents along with his strength. Kabaji will memorize his opponent's movements, and then hit a strong ball at his opponent. The ball will rip the racket in half and send it flying out of his opponent's hands. The sharp half will then fly towards the opponent's coach and stab the heart, killing him or her instantly.
    Super Ultra Delicious Hamburg Steak Flying Pinata Robotik X (Kintarou): Much like Kabaji's serve, but requires less aiming and intelligence. Kintarou will hit a strong serve with so much friction that upon hitting the opponent's racket, the ball will cause an explosion that causes the racket to burst into pieces. The shrapnel of the racket, along with the wires, will fly towards the opponent and his coach, killing or maiming them both. Also, due to the strength of Kintarou's shot, the opponent's arms will forever be maimed, rendering him incapable of playing tennis forever.
    Unravelling Bonds - The Invisible Noose (Shiraishi): Shiraishi will first remove the bandages on his arm, revealing a perfectly normal arm. He will then wrap the bondages around the handle of his racket, leaving a length free. When the opponent sends a ball against him, he will twirl the racket using the length of bandage (see Ichigo's battle against his inner demon during the Soul Society arc) and then send his racket flying, hitting the ball with the rim of the racket. The racket will then bounce towards the opponent's coach, flying in the ring formation as his unknown technique, aiming for the neck. The ball will then begin to fly around the coach's neck, scraping against the fence behind as it does. This will create friction and cause the space around the coach's neck to deflate, causing the air to grip on his or her neck, killing him.

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    ^.. You know, at the first glance looking at your long post, I thought you were serious until I read the Buddha Bitchslapping part =D


    p/s I jumped straight to the techniques description though.

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    Lol. Maggeh Insanity, I like "The Spoon." So random! Haha, but then again, there are plenty of PoT moves that are weird. If they just keep getting stranger, that might actually work.

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    I LOVED these new ones--namely The Spoon, Air, Jack Knife Unleashed, and Burning Final Grandsmash.


    “Sso you got a 37 hit combo in Marvel vs. Capcom? TRY A 5,375 HIT COMBO, BITCH.

    - ScrewAttack's Review of Star Solider (N64)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shonen_key View Post
    You know, at the first glance looking at your long post, I thought you were serious until...
    @shonen_key:Have you read this thread yet?

    @Gigantor- Fuji's 5th counter can work on women too-they're adam's apples only tend to be smaller.
    -Inui's spoon move can be improved if you use his telelpathic alakazam abilities.
    -you do notice that most of these moves can be applied on the players directly, right? Who cares about the opponent's morale if you can kill him without lowering his morale? oh,well. There's POT for ya. (Who would use MnK only in tennis?)
    Last edited by Urameshi-sama; 04-08-2007 at 02:11 PM.

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    Ryoma- FANGIRL Drive

    Ryoma points his racket at his opponent in a cocky manner and says (in his bad English) 'Fangirls, take him down.'

    Fangirls proceed to rush the stage and maul his opponent.

    Note: THis technique doesn't work on Fuji, because Fuji learns to subconsciously use this technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taniquetil View Post
    Ryoma- FANGIRL Drive

    Ryoma points his racket at his opponent in a cocky manner and says (in his bad English) 'Fangirls, take him down.'

    Fangirls proceed to rush the stage and maul his opponent.

    Note: THis technique doesn't work on Fuji, because Fuji learns to subconsciously use this technique.
    "You've gots lots to work oun" (remember Akutsu and Kevin Smith from the anime?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by taniquetil View Post
    Ryoma- FANGIRL Drive

    Ryoma points his racket at his opponent in a cocky manner and says (in his bad English) 'Fangirls, take him down.'

    Fangirls proceed to rush the stage and maul his opponent.

    Note: THis technique doesn't work on Fuji, because Fuji learns to subconsciously use this technique.
    Somehow, I feel like there are plenty of characters who could utilize this technique to good effect, especially Tezuka and Atobe. It'd be interesting to see the series take a Warcraft angle to the matches, though.


    “Sso you got a 37 hit combo in Marvel vs. Capcom? TRY A 5,375 HIT COMBO, BITCH.

    - ScrewAttack's Review of Star Solider (N64)

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    It would have been sweet to see the Fan Girl attack used in the Atobe/Echizen match. How many fangirls do you think Tomoka could take out?

 

 
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