Fifth Counter: Raijin no Ken. While wasting some time practicing an already perfected Hakuryuu one night, Fuji was surprisingly caught in a storm while on the tennis court. Determined to continue his training, Fuji developed this counter that can only be performed during periods of heavy humidity or mild rain/drizzle. Hit like a normal return, the ball moves in the initial motion of the disappearing serve while shrouds of lightning surround the ball. The ball actually becomes impossible to see for the lightning shroud around it and it disappears before making contact with a surface, only to reappear on another part of the court (think of the way the back to the future car transported).