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The Seigaku Regulars!
The Seigaku Regulars!
The good part of the story of Prince of Tennis starts when Ryoma Echizen joined the Seigaku regulars and it ends when they won the National Tournament and became National Tennis Champions.As you see,the excitement and the thrill in the anime starts when he joined the regulars because Ryoma fights diff. tennis players with their diff. playing styles from other teams with his teammates.You will be excited and you'll even say "who's gonna win?" or like "What team is their next opponent?" or even "Will they make it to the Nationals?".without the Seigaku regulars,the POT will lack excitement and...
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THE SEIGAKU
The Seigaku or the Seishun Gakuen is one of the most famous schools in Tokyo. The Seishun Gakuen is a prestigious and popular school. But why? The school has many sports club, although some weren't acknowledged, they have a club that made the mention of "Seishun Gakuen" catch almost anyone's attention. This certain club was the tennis club, the club that held a future professional tennis player. This tennis player is no other than the legendary Nanjiroh Echizen himself, the man who also happens to be the father of our protagonist, Ryoma Echizen. When he joined the tennis club, everything...
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Whether you agree or not, most of the wackiest and stomach-bursting scenes of POT came from cutest side stories of POT: the chibi episodes.

The reason why the anime version had these, I don't know. Maybe, the animation team wanted to come up with side stories that will tickle the fans' funny bones, and they will surely love.

I know you'll agree with me. The chibi version of the shounen characters are way cuter, not to mention the reduced seriousness in some of the characters. They look more cuddlier. And that simply means it will garner more fans too. Take Kaido for example. He looks like...
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