He appeared in the 90th episode of Death Battle, , where he fought against from the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series. While Hokuto Shinken revolves around destroying an opponent from the inside, Nanto Seiken revolves around destroying them from the outside, slashing and stabbing to create waves of air pressure that slice opponents apart. He can also be catched on fire too. He's already crazy enough on his own. After his attempt to recruit Ryuroh into his army, Raoh became more cruel in his campaign.
Kenshiro, meanwhile, found peace while it lasted, finding a fianceé in Yuria. Kenshiro leaps off the pyramid and prepares an aerial kick as Jotaro leaps towards him. Boomstick: Heck, by mastering the Muso Tensei, Raoh is basically confirmed his ability to become the successor to Hokuto Shinken, he's gotten the better of Toki multiple times, eventually defeating him, held the upper hand against Fudo, who's like a super buff outlaw. Raoh was filled with success, but also a regret that Kenshiro had been slain by the hands of someone that wasn't him, and Raoh had said that one day that they would meet each other again, only now, that promise had been cut short. On the other hand, Jotaro is underwhelmingly weak in comparison. It features a high-energy rock chorus that matches the tone of both series.
In the English version of , Raoh is voiced by. Kenshiro dodges many barrages of those blasts. There are a lot of things Kenshiro can use the pressure points for, but the most important ones are the instant explosion and controlling ones are. Nanto Seiken: The opposite martial art to Hokuto Shinken. A good amateur sportsman, during a rugby game as a young adult, he is shown to have developed high athletic ability as well as fantastic muscle mass. Hamon can be proven deadly to humans as Caesar A. He was even able to knock the new vampire Dio who has superhuman strength and balance down into a flaming tower and onto a statue piercing the heart with just a tackle!.
In the Jagi Gaiden manga, he was able to tank a Large Island level nuke calc linked in the feats section. He walks a fine line due to his past, but you will be damned if you can find someone who can fight as hard as him. With his newly enhanced Stand - Star Platinum: The World - Jotaro can halt the world around him but himself and his Stand, giving himself an opportunity to retreat, reposition or retaliate however he sees fit. You can keep the freaking change. Many kingdoms spread blood and violence. It could be because I miss the context of those but none of them suggest anything close to lightspeed. He successfully bested Kenshiro, leaving him with seven scars formed in the shape of the Big Dipper constellation, and forced Yuria to leave with him.
There's also those aforementioned instant-kill attacks, which Jotaro has nothing to counter with either. In addition, while Jotaro is a clever combatant and one that can analyze his foes' strategies mid-fight to exploit, there is nothing to deduce from a strategy as straightforward as Kenshiro's. Geese screams as he swells and explodes Boomstick: Hakuna Matata isn't just for blowing up people. He then crashes it down to earth. A friend of Toki's, she diagnoses his illness and travels with him to his new village. The wanderer deems Jotaro as already dead, and Jotaro's confusion is cleared afterward; while Star Platinum was doing battle with the tōki-based illusions, it was no clone that struck Jotaro, but the flesh and blood Kenshiro himself, hitting a pressure point in a moment of vulnerability. Boomstick: Raoh is a fierce fighter in combat, his moves are always intended to be strong hits, many of his techniques are not only powerful, but can kill if Raoh peforms them perfectly, his Ensho Ha releases a circular wave through the target's body.
On one hand, all Kenshiro would have to do is to hit Jotaro once and he wins. Kenshiro sets out to find her after the battle and her ultimate fate is left ambiguous to the viewer. Importantly, Dio is able to concoct a plan, contained in his diary, incorporating vast, unknown information as to the deliberate creation of Stands of perfectly specific abilities. Popup: He can endure a poison five times stronger than the typical lethal dosage of potassium cyanide. After Dio grafted himself onto body of the first JoJo, Jonathan Joestar, he gained a Stand of his own, The World, and with it, the ability to briefly stop time. This differs from Gento Koken's version, as the pressure points are still intact. Kenshiro: Brother, whatever you're going to do, it stops here.
The relatives trudge along silently before gazing upon a pyramid in the distance, when a faint rumble attracts their attention; a dune buggy barrels towards the two, and its driver is none other than Kenshiro, savior of the century's end. Guts: Want me to make you eat those words?. It also adds some details that were not in the manga, such as the time and place when Yuria developed her illness, her meeting with Rei making his only appearance in the series , and her transition to the role of the Nanto General. Wiz: Raoh's Gosho Ha is his trademark technique in which he expels a large amount of his tōki from the palm of their hand, creating a powerful wave, Tōki is essentially a special type of ki energy used by martial artists using styles like the Hokuto Shiknen and others, an adept user of Tōki even sports a coloured aura, in Raoh's case, it's a crimson red. Death Battle usually has the fighters build toward their strongest forms and Kenshiro doesn't need to be in his strongest form to end the fight unless dealing with tar Platinum: The World. By punching a target, the newly dubbed Star Platinum Over Heaven can bend the fabric of reality itself, which it used for things like and. It signifies a battle against a worthy opponent.
Both Raoh and Kenshiro can absorb fighting energy and create ki barriers that are damn near unbreakable unless you drain their ki. Gosho Ha -Raoh's trademark technique; it attacks an enemy out of a user's physical range by creating a wave of toki and shooting out a beam. Kenshiro, at bare minimum, should be Large Island thanks to being able to beat Jagi with only four strikes. Raoh: Trust me, I know. New content featuring the final battle from Raoh's perspective have been added. This ability is able to stop a person's blood flow and cancel out the effects of Hamon.
Since Kenshiro can withstand those punches, it puts his durability in that same range. The moment the video stated they're not acknowledging Eyes of Heaven, that was the moment I knew Jotaro was already dead pun intended. In spite of his ambitions to become the greatest martial artist in the world, Raoh lost the rights to the Hokuto Shinken succession to Kenshiro. Raoh then charged more toki energy into his hands before unleashing a second Gosho Ha at Dio, instead of firing just one, Raoh fired a second. The audience thinks Jonathan Joestar is dead, but suddenly. With it, they can strike one of the 708 Keiraku Hiko, or pressure points located throughout the body.
Somehow, Kenshiro survived the attack, leaving countless bodies in his wake as he brought down the tyrants of the land in his pursuit of revenge. Also kept forgetting about those bits of trivia that appear in the analyses. The only true way to counter this power is with other time-stopping skills. Basically, both of them have the means to win, but Kenshiro ultimately has a lot more ways to kill Jotaro than the other way around, and the ways in which Jotaro could win are a lot more convoluted to try and actually prove true come the fight itself. You know what, screw it. It relies on projection ki which is physical energy in various manners, like forming a shield or creating a blast or wave of energy that destroys an opponent's body on a cellular level. Ken adapts to this and defeats Kaioh later.