dccd wrote:Somehow mma-fighters did not heard about your theory of "hardened skin" yet.
Because they look like crap after their fights.
And it doesnt matter how strong Rumi is - Gosho simply wanted to show us:
She can fight pretty well - probably even with one damaged/lost eye.
She is an possibe Asaka-candidate.
From an objective point of view - if she has one (damaged) eye - this even
speaks for her being experienced to fight with one eye since one doesnt knock out 3 guys that easily.
And ur current theory is that Rumi attacked Mary.
Cool that ur ignoring the only hint we have so far:
Mary prefers to attack the left eye.
Rumi has a right damaged eye.
Kuroda has a right damaged eye.
Wakita has a left damaged eye.
Now someone really needs to be a genius to figure out who attacked Mary.
Adel34 wrote:I have another question. The three descriptions of Rum being strong, old and feminine, how do they fit each of the three suspects? Kuroda and Wakita are not feminine and Rumi is not old.
PhantomWriter wrote:Adel34 wrote:I have another question. The three descriptions of Rum being strong, old and feminine, how do they fit each of the three suspects? Kuroda and Wakita are not feminine and Rumi is not old.
There are several ideas that usually come up to explain it-
- That Rum is using a disguise to alter features, akin to Iori's shifting from the Wada fake identity to his normal uniform.
- That Rum has body doubles.
- That Rum is like Yamato, who has physical traits that represent all three elements.
- That one of the traits is wrong. This is the weakest, since there's no indication that this is the case and because there's a difference between a red herring and outright lying to an audience. (A red herring involves the audience filling in the gaps with presuppositions and assumptions that are unwarranted or not giving up on a piece of information that's shown to be false.)
- Or that Rum's conflicting descriptions are due to issues of eyewitness testimony, so people will bring their preconceptions into their assessment of Rum or the conditions when they meet Rum alter how they view him.
As for each, Wakasa could be considered old in the sense that women are generally considered "old" much sooner than men. Meanwhile, Kuroda has a curious predilection for tea in a context where coffee is the drink of choice. Wakita's got less information than the other two, which makes it hard to determine if he does have anything that could be pointed to.
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