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The best field tacrician on the anime world
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(NOTE:i misspelled it so it must be tactician no tacrician)
tactician or situation technician or what you so call it(not intelligent just tactician).... many of you would probably say L or Light or Lelouch well.... what so ever.... for me
Hiruma Yoiichi.. the prince of hell is the best field tactician...

YA-HA!


You say field tactician, therefore L is out of the question. His type of intelligence isn't really suited to field operations. I guess Schniezel from Code Geass would be. Lelouch has a ton of help from his Geass, so I'd put him below Schniezel in terms of intelligence.


lulu doesnt use his geass just like that its always apart of his Strategy but your right schniezel is still better but by a little


His entire plot against the emperor was based on Geass. He used geass to get to Clovis. He lives because he has geass.


his entire plot against the emperor was to get revenge for his mother and for what he did to nunnally and him he wanted to make a better world for his sister also he only used geass to get info on who killed his mother then lulu shot him so lulu didnt use geass to kill him your right the he use geass but its always apart of his strategy
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I would say Light, L and N from deathnote.
Posted 9/11/08 , edited 9/11/08

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Lelouch, he's been doing it for over 40 episodes now.


Agreed, he's been planning the destruction of Britannia prior to the show, if you know what I mean.

What else can I say, the guy's a genius. The entire world is just a chess board to him; the entire show is just a chess game, with blood and some skin.
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Lelouch, some of his strat never fails to surprise me. Though I still haven't seen his brother Schneizel take command seriously


Hiruma Yoiich is kinda cool too, he's more on a field commander.


now the question is can he beat "deep thought"?..at chess


If he knows how Hiruma's mind works, there's a high probability Schneizel can beat him. For Lelouch, I dunno, it depends on which one of them has the better knowledge in the battlefield's layout, situation, etc.


just in case you didnt know deep thought is a chhess playing comp thats been world champ i think for a few times, i dunno if he still exists or not


Oh I see, my bad. That's this computer right? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_Thought_(chess_computer)
I thought it was some kind of grammar mistake (no offense intended). It's still possible to defeat that thing though, and in my observation, with Lelouch's potential in playing chess, I believe he could win.
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Of all of the commanders that I've seen so far. Gihren Zabi is the best. If he wasn't got shot by Kycilia for patricide, the Feddies will fail to capture A Baoa Qu.


Yeah, Gihren's the man! Who else in the world of anime had an IQ of 240?

And then there's Misato Katsuragi, the tactical genius behind Operation Yashima and the defense of Tokyo-3.
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shikamaru is the best.....
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Hiruma form Eyeshield 21 and Shikamaru form Naruto
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Schneizel and Xing-ke

they're awesome geniuses ...

and lastly Lelouch ..

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steiner_hardy wrote:


Maou068 wrote:



Of all of the commanders that I've seen so far. Gihren Zabi is the best. If he wasn't got shot by Kycilia for patricide, the Feddies will fail to capture A Baoa Qu.


Yeah, Gihren's the man! Who else in the world of anime had an IQ of 240?

And then there's Misato Katsuragi, the tactical genius behind Operation Yashima and the defense of Tokyo-3.


agree with this one
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lulu and conan...

shikamaru never takes thing seriously anyway...


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MY PICK WOULD BE hiruma FROM EYESHIELD 21
AND ZHUGE LIANG FROM DYNASTY WARRORS HE IS REAL IN REAL LIFE HISTORY


ummm sadly the romance for the three kingdoms which is the book that Dynasty Warriors was made about is a fiction those characters never existed sorry. and my vote goes to BPS (Battle Programmer Shirase) u didn't say it had to be a battle field so hes the man.(and an extreme pedophile)
Posted 10/12/08 , edited 10/12/08

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kimi911 wrote:

MY PICK WOULD BE hiruma FROM EYESHIELD 21
AND ZHUGE LIANG FROM DYNASTY WARRORS HE IS REAL IN REAL LIFE HISTORY


ummm sadly the romance for the three kingdoms which is the book that Dynasty Warriors was made about is a fiction those characters never existed sorry. and my vote goes to BPS (Battle Programmer Shirase) u didn't say it had to be a battle field so hes the man.(and an extreme pedophile)

no it's base on real history look it here in wikipedia

Historical accuracy

See also: List of fictitious stories in Romance of the Three Kingdoms
The novel draws from historical sources, including Chen Shou's Records of Three Kingdoms. Other major influences include Liu Yiqing's Shishuo xinyu or A New Account of Tales of the World, published 430,[9] and the Sanguozhi pinghua, a chronological collection of eighty fictional sketches starting with the peach garden oath and ending with Zhuge Liang's death.[10] Some fifty or sixty Yuan and early Ming plays about the Three Kingdoms are known to have existed, and their material is almost entirely fictional, based on thin threads of actual history. The novel is thus a return to greater emphasis on history, compared to these dramas.[11] The novel also shifted towards better acknowledgement of the Southland's historical importance, while still betraying some prejudice against them.[12] Zhang Xuecheng wrote that the novel consists of 70% history and 30% non-history.[5] The "non-history" parts have different sources, besides unofficial historical records, folk stories and Sanguozhi pinghua, some were created by the author on his own. Nonetheless, the description of the social conditions and the logic that the characters use is accurate to the Three Kingdoms period, creating "believable" situations and characters, even if they are not historically accurate.[13].
Romance of the Three Kingdoms, like the dramas and folk stories of its day, features Liu Bei and his kingdom as the protagonist; hence the depiction of the people in Shu-Han was gloriifed. The antagonists, Cao Cao, Sun Quan and their kingdoms, on the other hand, were often denigrated. This suited the political climate in the Ming Dynasty, unlike in the Jin Dynasty, when Cao Wei was considered the legitimate successor to the Han.
Some non-historical scenes in the novel have become well-known and entered traditional Chinese culture.

and if u ask chinses ppl about they will say it was base on most real history so don't try acting like a u no eveything the game was base after the novel and famous chinese drama

alos this site http://www.threekingdoms.com/ says
Romance of Three Kingdoms - Chinese historical novel by Luo Guanzhong
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kimi911 wrote:


RipTheJacker wrote:


kimi911 wrote:

MY PICK WOULD BE hiruma FROM EYESHIELD 21
AND ZHUGE LIANG FROM DYNASTY WARRORS HE IS REAL IN REAL LIFE HISTORY


ummm sadly the romance for the three kingdoms which is the book that Dynasty Warriors was made about is a fiction those characters never existed sorry. and my vote goes to BPS (Battle Programmer Shirase) u didn't say it had to be a battle field so hes the man.(and an extreme pedophile)

no it's base on real history look it here in wikipedia

Historical accuracy

See also: List of fictitious stories in Romance of the Three Kingdoms
The novel draws from historical sources, including Chen Shou's Records of Three Kingdoms. Other major influences include Liu Yiqing's Shishuo xinyu or A New Account of Tales of the World, published 430,[9] and the Sanguozhi pinghua, a chronological collection of eighty fictional sketches starting with the peach garden oath and ending with Zhuge Liang's death.[10] Some fifty or sixty Yuan and early Ming plays about the Three Kingdoms are known to have existed, and their material is almost entirely fictional, based on thin threads of actual history. The novel is thus a return to greater emphasis on history, compared to these dramas.[11] The novel also shifted towards better acknowledgement of the Southland's historical importance, while still betraying some prejudice against them.[12] Zhang Xuecheng wrote that the novel consists of 70% history and 30% non-history.[5] The "non-history" parts have different sources, besides unofficial historical records, folk stories and Sanguozhi pinghua, some were created by the author on his own. Nonetheless, the description of the social conditions and the logic that the characters use is accurate to the Three Kingdoms period, creating "believable" situations and characters, even if they are not historically accurate.[13].
Romance of the Three Kingdoms, like the dramas and folk stories of its day, features Liu Bei and his kingdom as the protagonist; hence the depiction of the people in Shu-Han was gloriifed. The antagonists, Cao Cao, Sun Quan and their kingdoms, on the other hand, were often denigrated. This suited the political climate in the Ming Dynasty, unlike in the Jin Dynasty, when Cao Wei was considered the legitimate successor to the Han.
Some non-historical scenes in the novel have become well-known and entered traditional Chinese culture.

and if u ask chinses ppl about they will say it was base on most real history so don't try acting like a u no eveything the game was base after the novel and famous chinese drama


You could have just said I was wrong verbal rape hurts too you know.
Posted 10/12/08

RipTheJacker wrote:


kimi911 wrote:


RipTheJacker wrote:


kimi911 wrote:

MY PICK WOULD BE hiruma FROM EYESHIELD 21
AND ZHUGE LIANG FROM DYNASTY WARRORS HE IS REAL IN REAL LIFE HISTORY


ummm sadly the romance for the three kingdoms which is the book that Dynasty Warriors was made about is a fiction those characters never existed sorry. and my vote goes to BPS (Battle Programmer Shirase) u didn't say it had to be a battle field so hes the man.(and an extreme pedophile)

no it's base on real history look it here in wikipedia

Historical accuracy

See also: List of fictitious stories in Romance of the Three Kingdoms
The novel draws from historical sources, including Chen Shou's Records of Three Kingdoms. Other major influences include Liu Yiqing's Shishuo xinyu or A New Account of Tales of the World, published 430,[9] and the Sanguozhi pinghua, a chronological collection of eighty fictional sketches starting with the peach garden oath and ending with Zhuge Liang's death.[10] Some fifty or sixty Yuan and early Ming plays about the Three Kingdoms are known to have existed, and their material is almost entirely fictional, based on thin threads of actual history. The novel is thus a return to greater emphasis on history, compared to these dramas.[11] The novel also shifted towards better acknowledgement of the Southland's historical importance, while still betraying some prejudice against them.[12] Zhang Xuecheng wrote that the novel consists of 70% history and 30% non-history.[5] The "non-history" parts have different sources, besides unofficial historical records, folk stories and Sanguozhi pinghua, some were created by the author on his own. Nonetheless, the description of the social conditions and the logic that the characters use is accurate to the Three Kingdoms period, creating "believable" situations and characters, even if they are not historically accurate.[13].
Romance of the Three Kingdoms, like the dramas and folk stories of its day, features Liu Bei and his kingdom as the protagonist; hence the depiction of the people in Shu-Han was gloriifed. The antagonists, Cao Cao, Sun Quan and their kingdoms, on the other hand, were often denigrated. This suited the political climate in the Ming Dynasty, unlike in the Jin Dynasty, when Cao Wei was considered the legitimate successor to the Han.
Some non-historical scenes in the novel have become well-known and entered traditional Chinese culture.

and if u ask chinses ppl about they will say it was base on most real history so don't try acting like a u no eveything the game was base after the novel and famous chinese drama


You could have just said I was wrong verbal rape hurts too you know.


ohh srry then just tried to prove my point my apologies
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