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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
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Kageyama and Hinata performed their first successful quick strike.
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== Plot ==
 
== Plot ==
Kageyama tells Hinata to jump as fast and high as he can wherever there’s no blockers, and Kageyama will get the ball to him. Hinata doesn’t have to see the toss to hit it, and Hinata shows doubt about the idea, but Kageyama told him that they’re going to try. Kageyama thinks back to Suga’s words and calms down, gaining full concentration on the game. Taking everything that’s part of the game in, Kageyama then finds the perfect angle and time and tosses to Hinata who spikes with all his strength. It hits the floor on the other side, shocking everyone because of the speed, but what was most shocking was the fact that Hinata had his eyes closed. Kageyama tells Hinata that they would try again, but they miss the next time, though Kageyama finds himself smiling due to how fun he thinks it is. Hinata then thinks over the feeling of the ball hitting his hand and how much he loves the feeling. The next play, Hinata runs to one side, tricking Tsukishima and Yamaguchi into blocking on that side, but he then runs to the other side with his eyes closed until he gets to the top where he spikes Kageyama’s toss. He looks to the other side of the net where Daichi is seen running towards the ball, but he ultimately misses it, and Kageyama and Hinata then stand next to each other with Hinata examining his hands first and then both yelling in success.
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Kageyama told Hinata to jump as fast and high as he could wherever there weren't any blockers, and Kageyama would get the ball to him. Hinata didn't have to see the toss to hit it, and Hinata showed doubt about the idea, but Kageyama told him that they were going to try. Kageyama thought back to Suga’s words and calmed down, gaining full concentration on the game. Taking everything that was part of the game in, Kageyama then found the perfect angle and time and tossed to Hinata who spiked with all his strength. It hit the floor on the other side of the net, shocking everyone because of the speed, but what was most shocking was the fact that Hinata had his eyes closed. Kageyama told Hinata that they would try again, but they missed the next time, though Kageyama found himself smiling due to how fun it was. Hinata then thought over the feeling of the ball hitting his hand and how much he loved the feeling. The next play, Hinata ran to one side, tricking Tsukishima and Yamaguchi into blocking on that side, but he then ran to the other side with his eyes closed until he got to the top where he spiked Kageyama’s toss. He looked to the other side of the net where Daichi was running towards the ball but the captain missed it. Hinata examined his hands before he and Kageyama yelled in success.
 
== Debut ==
 
== Debut ==
 
=== Characters ===
 
=== Characters ===

Revision as of 21:37, April 21, 2015

The View From the Top (Japanese: 頂の景色 Itadaki no Keshiki) is the eighth chapter of the Haikyū!! series written and illustrated by Haruichi Furudate, published weekly in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump appeared in Issue 19 in 2012.

Overview

Kageyama and Hinata performed their first successful quick strike.

Plot

Kageyama told Hinata to jump as fast and high as he could wherever there weren't any blockers, and Kageyama would get the ball to him. Hinata didn't have to see the toss to hit it, and Hinata showed doubt about the idea, but Kageyama told him that they were going to try. Kageyama thought back to Suga’s words and calmed down, gaining full concentration on the game. Taking everything that was part of the game in, Kageyama then found the perfect angle and time and tossed to Hinata who spiked with all his strength. It hit the floor on the other side of the net, shocking everyone because of the speed, but what was most shocking was the fact that Hinata had his eyes closed. Kageyama told Hinata that they would try again, but they missed the next time, though Kageyama found himself smiling due to how fun it was. Hinata then thought over the feeling of the ball hitting his hand and how much he loved the feeling. The next play, Hinata ran to one side, tricking Tsukishima and Yamaguchi into blocking on that side, but he then ran to the other side with his eyes closed until he got to the top where he spiked Kageyama’s toss. He looked to the other side of the net where Daichi was running towards the ball but the captain missed it. Hinata examined his hands before he and Kageyama yelled in success.

Debut

Characters

Appearance

Characters

Chapter notes

Character revelations

Trivia

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