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World Trigger 158 Spoiler

2016 September 14

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World Trigger 158 Spoiler Summaries

Source: 2ch

world trigger 158

王子はベイルアウト前に一発かますも、ザキさんのくだりで学習済みの遊真にガードされて失敗
しかしその隙に割り込み生駒旋空、遊真は足を欠損

イコさんはグラホで距離詰められて水上が注意を促してたマンティスでトドメを刺される
ギリギリの遊真だがスコピで足を補いバグワを着て最後の勝負に出る

【千佳vs隠岐】
ハウンドを食らいたくないから近づかないがライトニングとイーグレットではシールドを抜けない隠岐と、
機動力とスナイプ技術で負けているためカウンターが出来ない千佳ちゃんで膠着中

そこに遊真が割り込んだが、ライトニングを抱えていた隠岐にスナイプされる。遊真ベイルアウト……
と、思いきや鉛トニングで鉛を付けられた隠岐も、置きみやげの投げスコピを避けられずベイルアウト

生存点が玉狛第2に入り、5:3:1で玉狛第2の勝利。まとめは次週

【巻末コメント】
また歴史に立ち会ってしまった。40年間お疲れ様でした。

ワールドトリガー(World Trigger) 159話 ネタバレへ続く!!

– Oji uses Hound and damages Yuma’s leg.
– Oki vs. Yuma happens. Yuma with Chika’s assistance takes down Oki.
– Ikoma is already ready with Senku. Yuma gets cleaved in half.
– Chika voluntary bail out.
Final Score:
T-2: 4 points (WINNER)
Ikoma: 3 points (1 kill point + 2 survival points)
Oji: 3 points
Scene switches to Hyuse.

[Thansk Tomodachi]

74 Responses to “World Trigger 158 Spoiler”

  1. Tomodachi - September 19, 2016 at 4:17 pm #

    Here is a part from Terrence Swiff’s blog.

    “World Trigger (ワールドトリガー) by Ashihara Daisuke (葦原大介) is a shounen battle manga that I love dearly. Once it got its hooks in me it nestled into a snug position as my third favorite manga of all time. My objective with this review is to convince you that it’s worth reading, and to be honest that might be a little difficult with how I typically do things.”

    “World Trigger is atypical for a boys’ manga about fightan’. One Piece is an exemplary shounen battle manga, right? Okay, so, the way things work in series like One Piece is that you ask the heroes “How much do you want it?” If the answer is “a lot”, then “even more”, and after “THE MOST, I WANT IT THE MOST” then the heroes win. This is simplifying it, of course, but the overwhelming factors of victory are “passion”, “determination”, and “friendship”. If you have a combination of these factors, you beat the bad guy in a flourish of hotblooded zeal. An example of this using One Piece is to cite the protagonist Luffy’s victory over antagonist Rob Lucci at Enies Lobby. Lucci kicks Luffy’s ass up and down, Luffy’s friend tells him that he can’t lose here, he gets up and beats up Lucci with lots and lots of punches while thinking about the feelings of his friends and their struggles up until that point. Now, this is definitely awesome — it’ll pump you up and make you feel like you can do anything — but perhaps realistically, Luffy’s journey should have ended there. Or perhaps if he was going to win against an overwhelming enemy like Rob Lucci, he wasn’t going to do it on his own.”

    “This is how World Trigger operates. If it’s a strong opponent, it takes a team to down them. Even if it takes time, even if it takes several encounters, even if it takes losses and bouts with seemingly no practical purpose (because no damage was dealt), the heroes will try and manage a win. For example, maybe a hard fight will force the enemy to reveal a devastating and tricky technique that offs a fighter, and later on because of that loss a later fighter is prepared for the trick. I should say that One Piece is not unfamiliar with using a team’s aid, but strategy and teamwork aren’t really why you read One Piece. You go to One Piece, and battle manga like it, for rousing adventure and spirited fights with a few clever twists. In World Trigger, you can have passionate battles, but your emotions and will to win are not going to let you triumph over superior skill, competent strategy, and a run of bad luck.”

    “Basically, World Trigger surprised me by treating its setting seriously and strictly adhering to its own rules and internal consistency. I dropped most of the battle manga I’d been reading when I was around 19 or so because while the intense sort of emotional clashes in most battle manga do work for me to an extent, they could get pretty tiring and I found myself questioning the logic of most of it. You shouldn’t do that, since obviously these things are about obliterating rationality with irrationality, but I did it anyway. I cautiously moved in on World Trigger, running in a magazine that I generally had a very low opinion of (Weekly Shounen Jump) and only read for one series (One Piece), expecting nothing of particular note. I wasn’t given a pitch on it, just a single page that made me think “oh, yeah, sure, I’ll give that series a look” (it wasn’t even a particularly interesting page) and put it in my backlog. I was also intrigued by it from hearing some opinions on it from the Weekly Manga Recap podcast (good manga podcast that reviews WSJ manga and other manga by request, also on iTunes!), the hosts of which were quite enthusiastic about the series.”

    “Shortly after that we had the first “team versus team(s)” fight in the series and I was sold. The series was doing things I hadn’t really seen before from shounen manga, and it felt like literally every person on the battlefield mattered immensely. Visually it was amazing, the choreography was cool, the weapons were neat, and the characters were actually all rather likable on both sides of the engagement — damn, why hadn’t I heard of this before?”

    *At this point, the author (Terrence Swiff) starts explaining the setup which I will omit.*

    “Not very long into the series World Trigger has its first massive arc in the form of the Invasion Arc, and that arc is no less intense and awesome (as in, inspiring awe) than other arcs in shounen battle manga. In fact, there is no doubt in my mind that it’s one of the best arcs in shounen from start to finish, even with (often because of) the way trion bodies work. It is not only an emotional roller coaster, but a showcase of most of the frankly amazing things World Trigger has to offer: incredible action, smart use of strategy, strange and imaginative weapons, character development, and teamwork employed in many and varied ways.”
    “After the Invasion Arc, the series enters the Rank Wars Arc, revealing itself to also be something like a sports series. The Rank Wars are just great, being almost entirely focused on the character development of the cast while also being excellent demonstrations of strategy and action. I also mentioned it was practical, which it is: the techniques and strategies learned through these battles can easily be applied to real fights against Neighbors. That this series was secretly part sports series came as a very pleasant surprise. They also have commentary which is both enlightening and informative.”

    “CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: World Trigger is at about 130 chapters as of this writing. I do not know exactly how Ashihara-sensei did it, but I am endeared to most every character that’s been given some amount of focus. It’s not that all these characters are simple and thus you can just quickly go “oh, he’s the hyper one” or something; they all very clearly have lives they are living, motivations they’re following, philosophies they adhere to, different friends, different values and so on. I like most of these characters, and off the top of my head I can name eighteen that I consider favorites. Eighteen. I straight up cannot say that about any other series. Possibly my favorite character in the series hasn’t even appeared yet. It’s not like all of these characters get flashbacks or something to get you invested, it’s just their strong personalities, the opinions of others, how they look, how they act, what they’re trying to do et cetera speak volumes about who they are, and they’re so easy to fall in love with.”

    “World Trigger promises more and more. The Neighborhood is apparently a near-infinite and fantastical domain of innumerable countries all with different goals, so who knows what’s going to happen when Tamakuma-2 becomes an away squad. This series has not had a chapter I could call anything less than good since chapter 20, and for a while since that point I would confidently say it only gets better and better, often being great. This is a series with an enormous cast that’s wonderful, a story that’s gripping, action that’s imaginative and intense, and art that can vary between very cool and very amusing. I haven’t really mentioned it, but Ashihara-sensei’s sense of humor is A+, and once the series becomes confident in itself it can often make you crack a smile or laugh. I also love the way he colors things. Basically, what I’m saying is that World Trigger is superb. Everyone should read it!”

    P.S. The original article is twice as big because some of the explanation that he does is not illustrative, but exhaustive. This is a good summary. It might be quite long, but it’s a really wonderfully written article. Do read it :)

  2. Tomodachi - September 19, 2016 at 4:18 pm #

    *Repost*

    @Sane Here are some links to help you know what WT is all about.

    Komori explaining how FT and WT are different with more discussion about the more recent fights.:

    http://www.mangaspoiler.com/2016/02/20/one-piece-817-spoiler%e3%80%8c%e3%83%af%e3%83%b3%e3%83%94%e3%83%bc%e3%82%b9-%e3%83%8d%e3%82%bf%e3%83%90%e3%83%ac%e3%80%8d-%e7%ac%ac817%e8%a9%b1/comment-page-8/#comment-837086

    Even More discussion:

    http://www.mangaspoiler.com/2016/01/25/one-piece-814-spoiler%E3%80%8C%E3%83%AF%E3%83%B3%E3%83%94%E3%83%BC%E3%82%B9-%E3%83%8D%E3%82%BF%E3%83%90%E3%83%AC%E3%80%8D-%E7%AC%AC814%E8%A9%B1/comment-page-1/#comment-826805

  3. Tomodachi - September 19, 2016 at 4:19 pm #

    *Repost*

    If you’re planning on watching the anime, here’s what HSU said about it:

    Quoting HSU:
    “Don’t bother with the anime. The animation and soundtrack are poor. And the voice acting makes the show seem very childish. But it’s made by Toei so that was to be expected, I guess.”

  4. Tomodachi - September 19, 2016 at 4:27 pm #

    Okay. So here’s some news for WT readers:

    Apparently in the last page of Chapter 158, where Toma says T-2 needs another Vanguard, it seems he literally says “furonto”. This likely indicates that Hyuse might be an attacker than a shooter. Just a small heads up.

    • Kouhei - September 19, 2016 at 5:09 pm #

      Is furonto from front?

      • Tomodachi - September 19, 2016 at 5:15 pm #

        Yeah. The ‘front’ Touma was talking about was literally pronounced ‘furonto’ in furigana, but the kanji under it says advance guard (translated as Vanguard in the chapter)

        • Kouhei - September 19, 2016 at 5:27 pm #

          I see. It’s like 75% chance for attacker and 25% for shooter. But I’m betting on a front man shooter. Maybe he’ll use a short range weapon together with meteor or something.

        • Tomodachi - September 19, 2016 at 6:04 pm #

          Toma shattered my desire. I wanted Hyuse to be a shooter. The team would’ve been perfect with him as a shooter. Mid range back up for anyone in the team is such a huge boon.

  5. Tomodachi - September 19, 2016 at 4:50 pm #

    Also, Sane, if you’re planning on reading WT, use the website, NxH gave you. I have uploaded all the Viz volumes there. Best quality scans. Good volume extras too.

  6. Kouhei - September 19, 2016 at 5:24 pm #

    What I like the most in WT is the fact that is not just about winning. Actually, sometimes even victories has it’s prices. We know that Luffy, Naruto, Toriko, Ichigo and Meliodas, for example, all have great potencial, hidden powers, and stuff like that. Also, they can win even without strenght, when they go by pure will and when they have to protect someone.

    On WT, Osamu is weak. He has conviction and will power, but he can’t do anything. He needs the others and, even being weak, the others need him and are inspired by him. On Black Clover, Aster is weak as shit and yet he reaches his goals by forcing his will power to stratosphere. That’s something Osamu never did and maybe he’ll never do. WT is about working together as a team.

    And to conclude, Osamu’s lack of power will be his most difficult obstacle. But I think he’ll be like Kitora. Kitora had low trion supply issues too, but she became an important teammate for Arashiyama squad. I have faith on Osamu. And that makes WT a little more real than the other mangas. We can feel Osamu’s suffering.

    • Tomodachi - September 19, 2016 at 6:02 pm #

      Who’d have thought that such an off beat protagonist would win hearts. First in multiple popularity polls. The striking feature of the manga. He’s different than the common shonen MCs, yet he sort of fits in.

      Being strong or weak matters only to a certain extent. Aftokrator humanoids were leagues above everyone from Border (Except BT Jin, BT Yuma and BT Amo) Yet bunch of A rankers won against Lamvanein, Miwa and co fought and won against Hyrein etc.

      And as you said, Asta is the exact opposite of Osamu. Osamu is your average everyday kid with average skills, strengths and power but is smart. Asta dumb as a brick with specially chosen powers and will power that boosts his strengths every damn fight.

  7. Bwahahaha - September 20, 2016 at 11:26 am #

    http://www.mangaspoiler.com/2016/09/14/world-trigger-158-spoiler/comment-page-2/#comment-895347

    This idea is good. Hyuse can be a good all rounder.

  8. Komori Ningen - September 20, 2016 at 6:46 pm #

    Change the new World

  9. Komori Ningen - September 20, 2016 at 9:03 pm #

    The lack of tension is often one of the recurrent critics addressed to WT
    This lack of tension will change drastically when the group will be in the neighbourhood.
    No bail out, surrender by enemies, unknown landscape and weather, unknown enemy triggers, finding the prisoners and trying to free them…

    That would be glorious

    On top of that there’s still kuga’s killer at bay and technology to save him to find…

    There’s still Chika’s brother and Replica to find…

    This manga has so much potential

  10. Sogekun 2.0 - September 25, 2016 at 3:52 am #

    Lmfao.

    Whose side am I standing on? None. :)