hi anon, let's talk about Nozomi
i'm gonna dump a new chapter, hopefully proofreading anon is around
An action figure would probably ruin the butt unless we get swappable ones for different attacks
what about... a shining ass, a lintern ass
ok guys this is the last chapter of this week, only 3 more chapters to reach 155
Haven't been in these threads in a while. A few question though. Did TLs progress further from the midway point of Miyata's fight, and does anyone have sources for the reason Keijo got axed?
Nah, but you can tell from the way this arc is going that he was given enough time to create a wrap up. So he let loose all his creative energies into making this graduation festival
Is there any other butt oriented manga? I liked Devilman Lady for its butts but I need to find more manga about butts.
Why is her butt so good?
>and does anyone have sources for the reason Keijo got axed?
It seems to have been the usual, very low sales/interest on it in the magazine, so they eventually drop it. Also apparently a lack of interest from the publisher company as even when an anime was decided they didn't make an effort to try to help it regain it's footing, and decided he were to end the manga before the anime stared airing.
The author was given about half a year to finish it, so he was able to build it up and it wasn't that sudden of an end, although still rushed and ending without we seeing many things we would expect to see before it ends.
Keijo was too advanced for its own time
iirc the TL anon wanted to wait for the TS/etc. to catch up a bit more before continuing (forgot what was the exact requirement though), he/she might be busy atm though.
the author said that he had more things he would like to put on the story too (on the most recent blog post, iirc, Kazane winning onscreen, for example, besides posting elsewhere, iirc, things like Yuuko improving, Rio washing herself alone and being implied to attempt to aim higher once again), and I never got to see the gap between Mio and her colleagues being ever close to being overcome.
Just posting best girl in the thread.
>Hopeful Star Generation
(this always sounds off to me, can we change all of them to Promising Stars Generation, "hopeful star" gives me the impression of a star being optimistic as oppose to audience having a lot of expectation for the star)
whoa~(just to avoid that weird hyphenate)
>you and I...
you and I are still in a...
>were like master and slave
top and bottom relationship
>her ass she transformed into rubber
her transformed rubber ass
>what the heck kinda strength do these young ones have!!
just what is with the strength of these young ones!!
I'll check the other ones later
>He got the order around Miyata's fight.
I wonder exactly where it was.
At least up to this Nozomi match it seeems safe to say it was before he started rushing. But was that change during or before the Miyata match (so got the order during current translated match but at least finished it first)?
Because would he really make Rin and Miyata lose that early on the tournament? Especially Miyata who is basically the second protagonist.
On the other hand, it did seems like the "going to beat you in 30 second" was completely ignored later on the match, and the initial idea was to have the two perform well enough to break that time, but still losing.
I'm pretty sure in this arc Nozomi & co were originally going to show their improvements then face off against the Goketsu only to lose when they got serious and then face off against them again in the Prize Queen tournament.
I agree. I'm wondering if the match against Naki end up being earlier from what it would be in case the mangaka was able to dollow his original plan, or if that match was supposed to also happen at that point in the original plan but he changed the result in the middle of the match.
some things that drew my attention in that match, about the 30-seconds declaration:
- if Sayaka aimed to decide the match within 30 seconds, she would've used her highest speed during that time (instead, she thought that conserving her stamina would be a better tactic than going all-out in those 30 seconds)
- not only Naki failed to win within 30 seconds, she was forced to use her speed-up ability, she didn't expect to have to use it
So, I saw the 30 seconds declaration as Naki underestimating (misjudging) Sayaka and Rin, so as soon as I saw it this way, I stopped caring about the 30 seconds declaration (don't know if this is a trope or something, where both opponents attempt to win as fast as possible, the few examples I saw of those weren't much interesting to me), and it didn't affect the match negatively, to me.
not onscreen (she wouldn't get to A class, or get to play in the final chapter, if she didn't win enough)
Non-chan's last match was awesome, it makes me think that Kazane winning onscreen could be at least just as awesome.
>Kazane becomes able to use techniques that her body normally doesn't allow her to, but they also damage her (depending on which technique is used and for how long)
>her right hand sensitivity improves in such a manner that it also allows her to get data on a player's experiences, lifestyle and personality, in order to anticipate their actions
>she starts attempting several playstyles, such as Sayaka's stamina management, Usagi's sneak attacks, Nozomi's scientific probing, along with other abilities from the Setouchi and Suruga former students (and even some high A-class and S-class players, like Sumire and Kyouko)
>Mio still counters them all
>Kazane then attempts to use techniques from the Goketsu, and Mio herself (bonus points if she can do multiple techniques at a time), since Mio uses techniques that seem to be more advanced than what their colleagues can handle
>Mio shows that she can handle the Goketsu just fine, and has the experience in dealing with her own skills, Kazane becomes too tired while not having made noticeable progress and seeing the stamina/damage gap increase further between them
>Mio starts attacking her sensitive areas
>Kazane now knows how to deal with them, however, and starts using the information she gathered so far about Mio's playstyle against her
>after all this work, Kazane manages to hit Mio while the majority of other players failed to do so, however Mio changes her playstyle (which might refer to her own backstory, later) or shows another side of her own playstyle/personality and finishes Kazane
>although Nozomi has seen this match, there's still too little information for her to use against Mio, she'll need her friends/acquaintances' help/training against the loner genius.
Maybe Kazane could reveal a "true style" in that match, which could be based on cornering opponents (or taking the best movement/positioning choices) and tripping opponents/pushing them into the water/damaging their swimsuits.