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Nothing in the rules that says a dog can’t play basketball.
I’m back to being fairly tired of this after the last couple episodes. Maybe if it wasn’t taking place in school sponsored fights with the kind of dumbass writing I’d expect from something like Air Bud, I might be able to stomach it more. Or maybe if the protagonist wasn’t so irritating. “I-I-I-I-I j-j-j-just w-w-w-w-want to d-d-d-d-do m-m-m-my b-b-b-best.” There. That’s 98% of her lines. And still somehow compares favorably to the entire duel system which is spent goddamned near half an episode explaining and insisting on its inviolate sacredness, after completely skipping and ignoring it in the one other duel previously, only for five seconds later to declare that oh, flagrant cheating is also part of the rules. Nor did it make any sense. It had been an entirely melee fight so far, then they go “Aha, now beam guns don’t work,” so the protagonist switches entirely to only using beam guns. Then the rain gets turned back off and… they continue with beam swords. Literally the only time they used guns from anything other than pointblank range was when the rain was on to disable guns. Come on.
And then we have the lunatic that it’s pretending like it’s redeeming. The dude was a violent jackass just to be an ass, but daddy’s mean to him and doesn’t believe in him, so he gets a do-over, which he’s completely fine with pulling rank and privilege because “I’m rich, screw you.” Also never mind that his two attitudes in the fight were either he’s cheating and losing, how dare people not believe in his personal greatness, and he’s cheating and winning, thereby proving his personal greatness. This is not a sympathetic figure. It’s a rich sociopath, but I repeat myself. Go marry a cactus.