Waschaa Codante Vs Araragi Haite

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Waschaa Codante Vs Araragi Haite

Post by parasyte » Sun Jul 08, 2007 1:24 pm

created a discussion thread since the forum looks abit liveless atm

according to the info,
hugtrang chosed waschaa as her master because she is so damn weak
but its also stated araragi is so pathetic as a knight that no fatima wanted to call him master?

so whats you guys opinion on who's the weaker one?
waschaa codante or araragi haite?

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Post by Nu Soard Graphite » Sun Jul 08, 2007 5:09 pm

Its hard to tell. They're both supposed to be pretty weak, as far as Headdliners go. However I think Wascha is young enough that its possible for her to get stronger as she gets older. This happened to Viewlard (kind of). He didn't start developing his headdliner powers until his adolescence. Apparently, headdliners who develop so late are normally incredibly weak, but Viewlard managed to beat the odds and become one of the strongest. I think its still possible for Wascha to hit a "growth spurt" and increase her headdliner powers before she is fully grown.

Araragi Haite on the other hand, is well past his adolescence, so the chances for him to increase his headdliner potential are long gone. He's stuck at his current level of power. He might be able to increase his skill with the blade, or ability to pilot a MH, but it won't be enough for him to match with the average Headdliner, let alone top grade knights like the Mirages or the Kneu Syltiss.

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Post by Euhsung » Sun Jul 08, 2007 6:42 pm

Well, remember the status question as well. For all her flaws, Tea is a member of the Amaterasu royalty, and head of the Codante family at that. Haite on the other hand is a nobody, and given the reputation of Ballanche Fatimas, Tea is a much better choice. Besides, given the status of Tea, she would have harder opponents to match up against, which is superb for Emily too.

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