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Also, football as the real, english one aka soccer , not the american one. The story of this anime focus in Kakeru Aizawa, a 14 year old kid who loves football, but decided to stop playing, and become manager of his school team and in the not too distant future, be a coach being the Japan national team his final goal.
Although this seems like a very valid dream, Suguru Aizawa, Kakeru's older brother, and one of the best players under 15 in Japan, knows that Kakeru is only running away: But don't worry, Kakeru will eventually overcome his confidence issues and return to the field I mean Besides the Aisawa brothers, the third protagonist of this story is Nana "Seven" Mishima, a former teammate of Kakeru back in primary school, now returning from the United States to join the team as a manager.
Seven's not only beautiful, cheerful and dedicated, she also lacks the usual tsundere traits that most females MC have in this type of anime like Sanae in CT or Miki in HH. She's almost too perfect to be real There are also many players relevant to the plot, being the most important or at least, important enough to be in the opening Ryuichi Araki Suguru's companion in the national team, owner of an unbelievable metabolism , Kaoru Matoba same age as Kakeru, tiny yet skillful , Reo Kurebayashi libidinous GK, but sadly for him, he lacks the charm and succes of Sakai in Hungry Heart xD , Makoto Hyoudo nice and inteligent MF , Akito Horikawa sly DF , and Kota Nakatsuka defender with interesting offensive traits.
One of the sources of humor of the series, and one of Kakeru's best friends. That's mostly because the important stuff happens inside the field, not outside. I'm not saying that this anime is revolutionary in terms of character development, but some serious stuff tend to happen on the personal level, being the most important characters in this matter Kakeru and Seven. This may be attractive to people who don't like football that much, yet enjoy the sport environment and some character interaction.
The animation is decent. The character design, without being ground breaking, is well done. All the characters are very different from each other, and there isn't any weird hair color, or crazy hairstyles that might disturb Yusei Fudo someone understands the reference?
My references tend to be a bit dark. The real problems are in the court. There are times it varies by episode that the sport is not well portrayed. Passes, shots and plays tend to be more static than they should. This is very serious, since it's a sport series Yet, this matter, although important, doesn't ruin the whole experience, or made the games unwatchable. It's just below the expected.
This may sound silly, but, in this modern day and age, in which series with only 12 ep tends to have 3 or 4 endings, I found it pretty remarkable. As for the voices, there are certainly seiyuus with lots of recent experience: A nice little detail is that foreigner characters speak in their own language, and subtitles appear on screen that's when talking with someone that can't understand them.
When the conversation is between foreigners, the audio is in japanese, but they're speaking in their own language. Sadly, the intonation is terrible, with a very marked accent, being terrible obvious that the seiyu don't know crap about english xD. Rather than bad, that last thing's funny Giant Killing did a best job is this subject, by the way. But the most important question you should be asking now is: It's like Inazuma Eleven, where super powers, time space manipulation and theme fields are the norm?
Is like Giant Killing, where everything is hyper-realist, not only the game, but the people and the results too? At first, AnK looked like it was pretty attached to reality, with strong shots, but not that exaggerated, with occasional special effects here and there like rays and whirlwinds , but didn't affect the game: The players become tired after a while, yellow and red cards appear sometimes, and the strategies, although ridiculous at times, were feasible.
However, episodes passed, and a few special techniques appeared That move was from Stefan Levin, a CT player It takes an action to Hide Chapter 9: Combat , although some characters like Rogues can do so as a bonus action. You make a Hide check by making a Dexterity Stealth check which is opposed by the Passive Perception of the opponents.
You need to roll higher than their Passive Perception, as a tie indicates the situation remains the same as before the check. The first is from Chapter 8: I interpret this as a character moving at two-thirds of normal speed whilst behind some form of cover or if obscured in any way. Moving at half-speed was typical in 3E and 4E; alternatively the DM might use no penalty at all. Meanwhile, the section on Hiding in Chapter 7: You can spend an action to Search for hidden opponents This is one of the Actions in Combat Chapter 9: The roll needs to beat the Dexterity Stealth check made by the opponent when they first became hidden.