Hyuse battled as a member of the Tamakoma-2 for the first time in episode four of World Trigger season three, and needless to say, he didn’t disappoint a single person.
Suzunari-1 and Kageura squad’s clash was a fine battle, but as soon as Hyuse and Kuga entered, it turned into a fine buildup. From their cool entry to their swift attacks, the duo took out the Kageura squad within the blink of an eye.
Hyuse and Kuga barged in midway through the Suzunari-1 and Kageura battle and immediately created a stir. Their strategy to deal with the recruits by singling them out has worked wonders.
Yet, I should praise Masato’s side effect here. The way he predicted the moves of both the Tamakoma-2 attackers is simply awe-inspiring.
The Tamakoma-2 team had their own strategy and, with the help of bullets, attacked Masato three to one, therefore taking him out. They also surrounded Kitazoe with escudo, and Hyuse took him out within a few seconds.
Within a minute of their entry, half of the Kageura squad was wiped out. Now, they have the chance to turn their attention to Suzunari.
Although Suzunari had some tricks up their sleeves, they were used up against Kageura, and the Tamakoma-2 duo has already taken out Taichi, so light-related strategies will not work anymore.
The fact that they made Masato tap out due to trion-loss is a massive advantage by itself. This duo’s amazing chemistry makes them move flawlessly in battles and read each other’s moves to plan an attack in a split second.
The upcoming episode will have yet another exciting battle, as Tamakoma-2 is currently on a roll. Will they be able to score some more points, or will the snipers finally come into play?
About World Trigger
World Trigger, also known in short form as WorTri, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Daisuke Ashihara. It was initially serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from February 2013 to November 2018 and later transferred to Jump Square in December 2018.
A mysterious white-haired kid named Yūma Kuga gets transferred to the local school. Turns out, Kuga is actually a humanoid or ‘neighbor.’ In school, he becomes friends with another student, Osamu Mikumo, who is, in fact, an undercover C-class Border trainee. Mikumo becomes the perfect guide for Kuga to save him from being discovered by Border.