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Seryu and Coro (Akame Ga Kill) vs Kiba and Akamaru (Naruto Shippuden)

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[Reply] #41
09-12-2016 07:51 PM
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The counter for 2 headed wolf is not a guarantee.

Koro’s stun scream could be negated by the sheer speed of the 2 headed wolf as in blowing away the sound trop fiction likes to use?

Also using it and overpowering Koro before Seryu can react.

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Whoober wrote: The counter for 2 headed wolf is not a guarantee.

Koro’s stun scream could be negated by the sheer speed of the 2 headed wolf as in blowing away the sound trop fiction likes to use?

Also using it and overpowering Koro before Seryu can react.

I thought it was. She could just have Coro use his stun shout before the 2 headed wolf moves, and keep in mind that one of them is still injured from the first time the stun shout was used. Yeah I guess. Wouldn’t Coro’s regeneration slow them down?

Edited 09-12-2016 10:03 PM by The King of the Nerds
[Reply] #43
09-16-2016 05:58 PM
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Coro regeneration has limits in base form. Mine was able to blow it apart with pumpkin to find her orb.

Granted Mine knew where to shoot.

The thing is Seryu never uses Stun until Coro is in danger.

I do believe Kiba and Akamaru’s fang over fang spin is enough to push that.

Even in preskip it can casually drill through rock.

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Whoober wrote: Coro regeneration has limits in base form. Mine was able to blow it apart with pumpkin to find her orb.

Granted Mine knew where to shoot.

The thing is Seryu never uses Stun until Coro is in danger.

I do believe Kiba and Akamaru’s fang over fang spin is enough to push that.

Even in preskip it can casually drill through rock.

Yeah, but I was talking about enraged final form Coro. That or when she’s in danger. If he constantly regenerates, and focuses it only on the part that gets hit then he should be able to slow them down for a certain amount of time, or halt them in their tracks entirely. A rock has no way of regenerating, and Coro normal regeneration would be equal to the Rock dome prison the Kiba, and his friends were trapped in.

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09-23-2016 12:24 PM
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Keep in mind Kiba and Akamaru like to duel prong attack separately. This is why distance factors well here.

Maybe but that’s preskip kiba.

You are using War Arc Kiba Part 2.

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Whoober wrote: Keep in mind Kiba and Akamaru like to duel prong attack separately. This is why distance factors well here.

Maybe but that’s preskip kiba.

You are using War Arc Kiba Part 2.

Okay. I was just pointing out that his basic fang over fang would probably have the same effect on Coro. Yes.

Edited 09-23-2016 02:13 PM by The King of the Nerds
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Even if they split the attack I’m pretty sure that won’t work Seryu has a drill remember she can use it to counter Kiba’s attack.

Edited 09-25-2016 12:50 AM by The King of the Nerds
[Reply] #48
10-02-2016 08:42 PM
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Seryu’s drill can be dodged and it needs Koro to activate it. On the chance Koro is distracted drill ain’t coming out.

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Whoober wrote: Seryu’s drill can be dodged and it needs Koro to activate it. On the chance Koro is distracted drill ain’t coming out.

I was thinking they would get the drill out before Kiba and Akamaru attack.

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10-09-2016 11:38 PM
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SEryu is more likely to use her other weapons first than the drill. Kiba and Akamaru are even more offensively oriented than Seryu.

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Whoober wrote: Seryu is more likely to use her other weapons first than the drill. Kiba and Akamaru are even more offensively oriented than Seryu.

Of coarse she’s not using the drill first the gun would be first remember. That’s at the beginning of the fight this is the middle of the fight now. I’ll agree that Kiba and Akamaru are more offensively oriented than Seryu though.

Edited 10-10-2016 10:56 AM by The King of the Nerds
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10-16-2016 11:58 PM
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More offensively oriented in close combat. Seryu is slower in activation and 20 meters doesn’t necessarily help.

In my opinion Kiba will go for the immediate strike.

Coro will then defend.

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Whoober wrote: More offensively oriented in close combat. Seryu is slower in activation and 20 meters doesn’t necessarily help.

In my opinion Kiba will go for the immediate strike.

Coro will then defend.

Well you’re right, but as you see here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEGqiIuKsRE the basic fang over fang is easy to catch with your hands.

[Reply] #54
10-29-2016 06:00 PM
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I understand. But this is Kiba at the of the End of Series.

His would be many times stronger.

Take in mind Koro will either have to use both arms one for each or Seryu will have to take the brunt unless she can conjur her weapons fast enough.

And again this isn’t preskip kiba who could already bore his away through solid rock.

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Whoober wrote: I understand. But this is Kiba at the of the End of Series.

His would be many times stronger.

Take in mind Koro will either have to use both arms one for each or Seryu will have to take the brunt unless she can conjur her weapons fast enough.

And again this isn’t preskip kiba who could already bore his away through solid rock.

I thought that his basic attack would’ve remained the same, but I guess you’re right. I think she might be able to conjure up something fast enough. I understand I was just pointing out that his enemies might still be able to catch his basic fang over fang with their hands.

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11-14-2016 03:56 PM
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The King of the Nerds wrote:

Whoober wrote: I understand. But this is Kiba at the of the End of Series.

His would be many times stronger.

Take in mind Koro will either have to use both arms one for each or Seryu will have to take the brunt unless she can conjur her weapons fast enough.

And again this isn’t preskip kiba who could already bore his away through solid rock.

I thought that his basic attack would’ve remained the same, but I guess you’re right. I think she might be able to conjure up something fast enough. I understand I was just pointing out that his enemies might still be able to catch his basic fang over fang with their hands.



His basic attack would have increased in power over the years. I do not discount them being caught in theory but I don’t think SEryu will. She is more likely to block

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Whoober wrote:

The King of the Nerds wrote:

Whoober wrote: I understand. But this is Kiba at the of the End of Series.

His would be many times stronger.

Take in mind Koro will either have to use both arms one for each or Seryu will have to take the brunt unless she can conjur her weapons fast enough.

And again this isn’t preskip kiba who could already bore his away through solid rock.

I thought that his basic attack would’ve remained the same, but I guess you’re right. I think she might be able to conjure up something fast enough. I understand I was just pointing out that his enemies might still be able to catch his basic fang over fang with their hands.



His basic attack would have increased in power over the years. I do not discount them being caught in theory but I don’t think SEryu will. She is more likely to block

Oh I didn’t know that happens in other anime I thought it only happens in DBZ. Then I think she can react fast enough to block Kiba’s attack, or Coro can throw Akamaru into Kiba.

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I mean I know it happens the main characters, but other characters? Not so much.

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11-29-2016 09:15 AM
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It’s standard shonen trope and in fact in general for most comic or manga fictions in general that over the years that fighter become stronger.

Game universe doesn’t follow this trend however from what I noticed.

My only point is that Seryu isn’t winning in close combat unless Berserk Stun.

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Whoober wrote: It’s standard shonen trope and in fact in general for most comic or manga fictions in general that over the years that fighter become stronger.

Game universe doesn’t follow this trend however from what I noticed.

My only point is that Seryu isn’t winning in close combat unless Berserk Stun.

Oh okay I didn’t know that. What I was thinking is that Seryu would back up to increase the distance, and use Coro to buy time.

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