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read and predict attacks
The power to
predict and interpret others' attacks. Variation of Combat Perception, Enhanced Reflexes and Causality Perception.
The user can interpret and predict enemy attacks and react to the incoming attack, brush off or avoid the incoming attacks even from dead angle. If they possess defensive powers and the attack is coming from behind, the defense power can activate on its own to block the attack.
May not be able to dodge multiple attacks coming from every direction.
Users are unable to predict movements from opponents with Unpredictability.
May be dependent on the user's state of mind and concentration.
Doesn't directly provide defense from the attack.
May not be able to cope if the predicted attack is perfectly attuned with the actual assault or if the user reacts slower and unable to do so in time.
Sword of Sanctuary ( Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu)
Joukkyu Kunotoshi (Aiki) can predict attacks from every direction.
Shadow Rise's (Persona 4)
Supreme Insight technique allows her to predict enemy attacks.
Having been programmed with knowledge of all of Goku's techniques, Super 17 (Dragon Ball GT) is able to predict and see through them.
Being programmed with the data of Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and Amy, the X Robot (Sonic X) is able to anticipate and predict their attacks.
Among Midnighter's (Wildstorm/DC Comics) numerous enhancements is a mental "combat computer" that allows him to predict every single possible outcome of a fight before the first punch is even thrown.
Ian Archer (Tower Prep) achieves this through his "Preflex" ability.
Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece) uses Kenbunshoku Haki to predict and evade numerous projectile attacks.
The Sharingan (Naruto) allows its wielder to read and predict any opponent attack.
Bradley (Fullmetal Alchemist) can see an opponents attacks, including air attacks.
Washio (Buso Renkin) reading the wind currents with his wings to predict his opponent's next move.
Emerl (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Turtlebot (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; 2003 TV series)
Sanji (One Piece) mastery of Kenbunshoku Haki allows to predict unexpected attacks.
Thanks to his spider-sense, Spider-Man (Marvel Comics) can predict incoming attacks and respond accordingly.
Sherlock Holmes Fight Scene-0
Sherlock Holmes deductive and analytical abilities in a fight.