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(where? There were no changes to his moveset, and the thing he does isn't this. Was there a cutscene?)
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The user creates a large, flat, circular pool of water in front of their opponent. Its surface acts like a mirror, perfectly reflecting the attacking targets. By then hooking onto and rotating the 'mirror' 90° with their [[Wikipedia:Staff (stick)|staff]], the reflections emerge and materialise from the mirror, where they collide with the mirrored targets. As these reflections use the exact same [[technique]] as their counterpart — regardless of its type — they counter the attack completely, while repelling them in the process. However, upon impact, the reflections disperse into water.
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The user creates a large, flat, circular pool of water in front of their opponent. Its surface acts like a mirror, perfectly reflecting the attacking targets. By then hooking onto and rotating the "mirror" 90° with their [[Wikipedia:Staff (stick)|staff]], the reflections emerge and materialise from the mirror, where they collide with the mirrored targets. As these reflections use the exact same [[technique]] as their counterpart — regardless of its type — they counter the attack completely, while repelling them in the process. However, upon impact, the reflections disperse into water.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 21:08, January 12, 2016

The user creates a large, flat, circular pool of water in front of their opponent. Its surface acts like a mirror, perfectly reflecting the attacking targets. By then hooking onto and rotating the "mirror" 90° with their staff, the reflections emerge and materialise from the mirror, where they collide with the mirrored targets. As these reflections use the exact same technique as their counterpart — regardless of its type — they counter the attack completely, while repelling them in the process. However, upon impact, the reflections disperse into water.

Trivia

  • 水鏡 is a normal Japanese word referring to a reflective surface of water.

See Also

References

  1. Fourth Databook, page 320
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