History Manga / OneOuts

22nd Jul '16 12:39:17 PM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Besides Tokuchi himself of course, there's Takami Itsuki of the Mariners. [[spoiler: He's the first to truly figure out Tokuchi's pitching style and becomes the first person to hit a Home Run off of him. He ends up teaching the rest of his team how to deal with Tokuchi thus making him completely overwhelmed once the training truly starts to kick in. He also was the first one to pick up on the fact that Tokuchi had seemingly turned it back around on them but unfortunately for him the Mariners didn't believe him until it was FAR too late.]]
25th Mar '15 5:04:56 PM Mayhavecontrol
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* {{Expy}}: Toua, of {{Akagi}}. Their personalities are virtually the same.
5th Jan '15 4:18:50 AM sasagane_alan
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: The Lycaons finally becomes a strong team that can even compete in the championship. All thanks to Toua's planning, but Toua disappears during the finals and is never is seen again by the team as he considered that the gamble he made with Kojima in Okinawa, which is to make the Lycaons to be a strong team that could compete in the champsionsip, is now over.]]


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* ButNowIMustGo: [[spoiler: In the finale, after finally managing to make the Lycaons a team strong enough to compete in the championships, Toua disappears during the finals and is never is seen again by the team]]
6th Nov '14 6:06:09 PM Saitsu
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* FromNobodyToNightmare: The Lycaons themselves. They go from a team that was historically bad to one of the most feared teams in Japan, eventually even WITHOUT Tokuchi.
6th Nov '14 6:00:47 PM Saitsu
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*** Saikawa actually had Tokuchi dead to rights halfway through the manga but screwed himself out of it due to this. [[spoiler: He, wisely, figured that if he couldn't take care of Tokuchi on the field he'd have to catch him napping off of it. So he arranges for someone to deliberately drive into Tokuchi's car after a road game and cause an accident, ruining his reputation and getting him suspended for many games (due to a clause on the One Outs Contract, any missed games due to this sort of thing would come with a hefty fine. A long suspension would ruin him). He just made one small error. He paid the guy too little, allowing Tokuchi to find him and simply pay him more to reveal the deception. Had he not been so obsessed with keeping money his plan would've succeeded.]]
6th Nov '14 5:55:43 PM Saitsu
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Besides Tokuchi himself of course, there's Takami Itsuki of the Mariners. [[spoiler: He's the first to truly figure out Tokuchi's pitching style and becomes the first person to hit a Home Run off of him. He ends up teaching the rest of his team how to deal with Tokuchi thus making him completely overwhelmed once the training truly starts to kick in. He also was the first one to pick up on the fact that Tokuchi had seemingly turned it back around on them but unfortunately for him the Mariners didn't believe him until it was FAR too late.]]
6th Nov '14 5:51:05 PM Saitsu
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* ArtifactTitle: At around two-thirds of the way into the manga [[spoiler: Tokuchi ends up sinking Saikawa once and for all after a major rate raise. Once Saikawa was removed the One Outs Contract was no longer in effect thus taking away the main connection the title had to the series. There are still plots to deal with, but none related to One Outs itself.]]
6th Nov '14 5:45:10 PM Saitsu
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** Taken to an absurd extreme when it appears that Tokuchi had gotten injured in a game (which of course Saikawa ordered because he's a {{Jerkass}}). [[spoiler: When Tokuchi announces that he's going to start in the next game, Saikawa ups the rate to 200 TIMES trying to finish off Tokuchi once and for all. But of course, Tokuchi being TheChessmaster , he had set a trap using a WoundedGazelleGambit. He wasn't injured at all and he proceeded to pitch a Perfect Game to hammer the point home. Saikawa is ruined and is marginalized out of the manga shortly thereafter.]]
26th Aug '14 4:09:37 PM MarkLungo
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8th Nov '13 7:49:55 PM Klaudandus
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* [[spoiler: HeroicSacrifice: Toua, in his last game against the Mariners, pitches all 9 innings, giving up 36 runs and many more hits, on purpose, just to mess up with all the Mariners batters' form, and thus giving the other Lycaons pitchers a chance in the following games]].


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* [[spoiler: WoundedGazelleWarcry: Toua sacrificed himself, but in doing so, gave the Lycaons a serious chance at beating the Mariners, as they all worked together as the perfect team, over the more talented Mariners.]]
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