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Please read the message above. Thanks! Disaster Flare Disaster Flare signature image.png (talk) 12:34, 21 March 2017 (EDT)


As stated on Bayonetta's page (specifically, the moveset section), the tetsuzanko is based on the tie shan kao in bajiquan, a Chinese martial art. The technique is used by both Bayonetta and Akira, yes, but it's also in Street Fighter. It's not a specific technique to Akira; the only thing referenced in the throw is Akira's quote, which he says during the move in Virtua Fighter. Furthermore, if the move was specific to Akira, the Bayonetta Wiki would probably say something, don't you think? Hope this clears things up. AidanzapunkSig1.pngAidan, the Irish Dragon WarriorAidanzapunkSig2.png 13:39, 23 March 2017 (EDT)

You have a good case, however I believe it's based off of Akira's version since both the quote and hurtbox sound effect are the exact same as in Virtua Fighter. 21:12, 23 March 2017 (EDT)
While I have you online, apologies for the late response.
I literally was explaining why it's not Virtua Fighter's. It's a reference to Virtua Fighter, yes, but the move doesn't come directly from Virtua Fighter itself. Does that make sense? AidanzapunkSig1.pngAidan, the Wandering Dragon WarriorAidanzapunkSig2.png 11:41, 26 April 2017 (EDT)
I'm aware, I was only explaining why the way the move was used was a reference to Virtua Fighter is all. 11:53, 26 April 2017 (EDT)
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