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    dina is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Wink Masataka = Tsukiyomi

    HI, guys, I'm absolutely agree with Masataka is Tsukiyomi!!

    I think Tsukiyomi is Masataka, not Mitsuomi at all. And of course Susanoo is Nagi that have already'eat' all others dragons. yes he can 'eat' white feathers like he 'eat' Isyumi. it can be said Masataka still is outside the wheel, because the ones inside is about Susanoo and Amaterasu's fight, and he is Tsukiyomi, so he is not involved. And i thought that wheel will be destroyed if whether Tsukiyomi kill Susanoo or Susanoo will eat Tsukiyomi. I can't guess who will win, but I really want Masataka win . I'm his fan.

    And Oh!Great will end Tenten with the battle between Takayanagi Masataka Vs Nagi Shouichiro Kengo, The True Warrior Vs The True Monster, Tsukiyomi Vs Susanoo.

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    The end of the chapter is about whether Mitsuomi or Masataka is Tsukiyomi, right?

    It seems though that the moon in the sky is Mitsuomi while Masataka is the calm water, which ends up reflecting the moon. So who is Tsukiyomi. While using this analogy, it seems Mitsuomi should be since he is represented as the real moon but because I like Masataka more, I default my reasoning and believe Masataka will end up to be it.

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    The chapter was translated if anyone didn't know and it looks like both of the Takayanagi brothers are Tsukuyomi, but there's only room for one of them. Since they said one of them is going to be Tsukuyomi by the next chapter.
    Last edited by Hadou-kou; 06-09-2008 at 06:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alsana2 View Post
    is there any chance that the true warrior everyone talking about is masataka ?
    you know when masataka saw his bro with bunschi aya said it started. but i don't understand, according to defining true warrior must have unusual -supernatural- power right? masataka don't have that kind of thing.;(dragon etc.) but oh! great always give hint masataka different from others. well i wish to see invincible masataka . ( obviously masataka fan )

    I actually agree with you that Masataka might be the "True Warrior." I was researching what exactly "true warrior" means, and I found out this:

    WarriorSaints - Gatka - Martial art of the Sikhs

    A true warrior doesn't have to have supernatural powers, but he must think of himself as a servant of God. I believe Masataka is the “True Warrior’ because he is both powerful and compassionate. Even though he is nowhere near Bunshichi’s fighting ability, Bunshichi commented that Masataka has the greatest potential of anyone he's ever met and wants Masataka to create his own place in this world. "The true warrior fights only when the right to life or dignity for any being is challenged. Even in battle, the warrior is merciful upon his/her opponent - not seeking to humiliate or defeat the opposing forces, but only to defend against their ill-conceived and dishonest attacks." Again, I think that Masataka fits this description well. There have been references that he could be the key to destroying the "wheel of fate" that traps most of the characters in the manga, especially his older brother, Mitsuomi. It is only fitting that Masataka free his brother from this chain of fate, as he clearly said at the end of Fight 114 page 22
    “Brother, this ring of fate is worthless. I WILL DESTROY IT.”
    "Whoever wins, our battle does not end. The loser is freed from the battlefield, but the winner must remain there. And the survivor must live his life as a warrior until he dies." --Big Boss

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    Hadou-kou is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    True, that could be the description of the True Warrior, but where did they ever say that the True Warrior had to have those qualities? That actually sounded like something Dougen said before, but after the last chapter, Masataka is part of fate and it's being implied that the reason he was out of the gears of fate was because both he and his brother represent Tsukuyomi (Mitsuomi being the actual moon god, while Masataka being the water's reflection of the moon god).

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    The statement above about what consitutes the True Warrior could be considered true simply because that's the only definition that has been offered in the series so far. The other description was that of the True Demon, someone who could contain/use all of the red feather abilities. Sort of like the yang to the True Warrior (yin). Masataka has not only been referenced as being a possible candidate for the position of the True Warrior, but also has qualities that fit that position.

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    Where did they say that in the Manga? I remember them saying that in the anime during the past arc, but I haven't seen that anywhere in the manga. Besides, that description he gave of the True Warrior is starting to sound like everyone in the Jyuken Club at this point. Like I said before, Masataka sounds more like the guy that will awaken the True Warrior through destroying the gears of fate, not become him. The only part for him I see is Tsukuyomi, not Susanoo.

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    So Maya is Amaterasu, Nagi is Susanoo and Tsukiyomi is between Masataka or Mitsuomi. When will we see nagi fight? plus why is that guy threatening Nagi when Nagi is stronger than him? Doesnt Nagi already have his red feather blood, the original blood from his ancestor?

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    ^Well it does seem like he's got the upper hand a bit since he seems to know exactly what's happening.

    Anyway here's the chapter, thanks to the scanslators for the link.
    TJTG_115_Trans.zip
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    It would seem that a battle between brothers is inevitable, being that it still unclear as to who will be Tsukuyomi. Whenever it is decided, that will more than likely decide who all will be fighting to break the wheel of fate.

 

 
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