Hello my friends and welcome to this humble blog that discuss the difference between Shi Woon Yi from The Breaker and Kenichi from History's Strongest Disciple and to make things more fun lets make a score system and gives a positive score to the one who have is better than the other in something and a negative score for the one who have something bad over the other. And if they both have the good thing if they get a score, but the one who have it better get a second positive score which means that if one got a +1 for having something good the other get +2 for having it better. If anyone want to discuss the rules for this comparison for how different those two are leave a message for me on my wall. Make a note that the scores will be summed every week by me at Friday which well be a non comparing day and after that the comparing can start again.
The first difference that I'd like to point out for is that Shi Woon don't think of taking advantage of the situation when he is with a girl for example while on the run from the S.U.C. Shi Woon avoided the gaze of Jin-Ie because he was embarrassed as her big breast are pushing on his back and tried not to think about it as he consider it to be dishonorable for her. You can find this in The Breaker: New Waves Chapter 52. Shi Woon get a positive score for his high moral.
Now on the other hand Kenichi is taking every advantage he get when he is with a girl, namely Miu, and most of the time it's in a perverted way, for example: While Kenichi is on his training and for the first time using Akisami device, he asked Miu to "push him more and more" not because he wanted to get it over with, but because he was enjoying the feeling of her big breast hitting his back. Kenichi get a negative score for being a damned pervert.
The result: Shi Woon +1 for high moral, Kenichi -1 for being a damned pervert. Well how does it feel for you? if you like it tell the others anyone can come and compare the two of them. Well, let the battle of comparing begin.