I think they’d be evenly matched – Defense vs. While he did lose to Aomine who hadn’t been regularly practicing if practicing at all we must remember that Aomine has been playing basketball since he was a child yet Kise only started in his second year of middle school. Kagami’s strong, but he’s still naive and heavely reliant on Kuroko. Kise can do this without going into Perfect copy. Touou match at the Inter-High, he really should have performed better even against Haizaki and even without his Perfect Copy. Such as with an injury he was able to immediately go back in the game and sweep Seirin if it weren’t for his habits and Kuroko’s watchful eyes, his limit extended into around 7 minutes.
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Now with all that background out of the way let’s get to the question: On one hand he’s a player that can copy any move he’s seen and then unleash it with far more power than the original. But you have to consider all factors for this to be close to accurate. Such as with an injury he was able to immediately go back in the game and sweep Seirin if it weren’t for his habits and Kuroko’s watchful eyes, his limit extended into around 7 ryiuta.
Now that he’s overcome zons own limitations he’s able to deftly copy the moves of the other miracles which makes him even more powerful and you could say finally in the running with the others.
People have pointed out that characters like Aomine and Haizaki, who stopped praticing long ago and are just getting back into the rhythm, could have probably won their respective matches if only they’d praticed, but the same could go for Kise.
In all honesty I don’t think he can.
I think that if there was some way to use all the GoM’s moves at once he might be able to pull it off, and, you know, probably be even more injuried than he is now, lol. In my opinion, Kagami is strong as a whole, but falls in 1-on-1 matches unless in the zone. What are your thoughts on Kise’s skill level? I think they’d be evenly matched – Defense vs. From the begining I’ve believed that perfect copy IS the zone for Kise.
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Just how good is Kise? – Forums –
More Top Anime 1 Fullmetal Alchemist: I also believe that Kise could win. It would depend on whether Kise can use it for more than 5 minutes. Akashi with Emperor’s eye and the Zone against Kise’s perfect copy and Zone The power of Akashi and Zpne becomes terrifying here by possessing two great talents and merging them together, but the advantage remains for Akashi for several reasons: Could they become as good or even better in the near future? I have heard a lot of people say that Kise without his Perfect Copy is still a good player, but dragging kiae behind the other GoMs.
Just how good is Kise?
The inconsistent presentation of Kise’s base skill is what makes him so hard to gauge at the basic level.
My thoughts of Kise’s skill level? I think that the reason for his ‘limit’ to only be 5 minutes is because while injured he couldn’t have an especially good stamina because he can’t just train with that.
It’s just like in that mini match of Kagami and Aomine where they were battling over the basketball shoes. I see him be the real deal and threat in a game. I have heard people’s opinions about him ranging anywhere from godly to almost average, depending on whether he is injured, with or without Perfect Copy, with or without entering the Zone, etc. I mean how awesome will it be that I will just see a technique and in jise i know how kkse do it.
Kagami’s strong, but he’s still naive and heavely reliant on Kuroko. It is quite challenging to point out where Lise now remains in the ranking process. Another problem with Kise is his lack kisee experience.
I’d also like to point out however that in perfect copy mode Kise can join moves together for kisf force. Touou match at the Inter-High, he really should have performed better even against Haizaki and even without his Perfect Copy. Also Midorima acknowledged that with PC and Zone he was the strongest player. Do you think base Kise is better than base Kagami? Base Kise could beat Haizaki in my opinion because Haizaki still can’t copy the other miracles moves.