He even manages to screen opponents repeatedly, even though they should be expecting it. Like the Eagle Eye, it also enables him to make blind passes. Beyond being lucky in games of chance, like the flipping of coins, Midorima owns a carved pencil, which he sometimes uses on tests. Even now they're still friends. He is focused and passionate. He also said that he likes idols with big chests. But with the awakening of Kagami and the Kuroko' Misdirection Overflow, they finally defeated Daiki Aomine.
However, despite being masterful enough to enter the Zone on his own, he couldn't open the second gate of the Zone, due to his lack of team play and promotion of individual play as an ace. Even by Kuroko, who says that when Murasakibaras not playing basketball, hes basically a kid with a screw loose. Yukio Kasamatsu Point Guard Kaijo Kasamatsu was a great character for this show. Prior to the addition of Kuroko and Kagami, he was one of the centerpieces of the Seirin team's '' play style, catching balls scooped by Kiyoshi near the net to shoot as three-pointers. His bedhead is still notably atrocious however.
At their panel, North American publisher announced their license to the manga. The technique possesses enough power to even penetrate through Murasakibara's defense, however, the wrinkle to this technique is that it requires massive jumping power to throw the ball into the hoop and thus can only be executed in the Zone. Each light novel focuses on the members of the Generation of Miracles. Case in point: one of the daily lucky items is a frog hand-puppet. Aomine and Kagami are almost identical in build. Her punishments on her team are very harsh. By following a fast release, Kuroko can shoot the ball through the opponent's field of vision, like a floater with less arc, with the ball seemingly disappearing in thin air.
Throughout the series, his character matures into one that thinks before he acts and is clever to not plunge straight into battles. Afterwards, he has become lazy and short-tempered because of his natural talent. It has been said many times that Kagami and Aomine share a lot of similarities, both in skill and personality. Apart from his lack of presence, Kuroko acquired his own version of the Emperor Eye- the Quasi-Emperor Eye- that is different than Akashi's in the sense that Kuroko's Emperor Eye cannot predict the movements of his opponents which Akashi's Emperor Eye can , but rather the teammates whom he is familiar with. The final was where Seirin must fight team Rakuzan - the Emperor. Thus, he believes in talent and deems that hard work is insufficient and cannot override raw talent. The example seen below also ties into this.
In one of the recent chapters, he managed to score a buzzer beater, something he never thought he would be able to do. Taiga Kagami is the deuteragonist of Kuroko no Basket. After Seirin defeated Yosen, he claimed to quit basketball, but broke down in tears not soon after. Nebuya is a glutton who is shown to be able to eat comparable amounts to or even more than Kagami, and owes his spot to Akashi, who discovered and exploited his potential. Akashi can dominate one on one match-ups both offensively and defensively with his emperor eye. Upon its activation, Kise's eyes glows. It is also worth noting that when Akashi enters the zone, he emits an aura that surrounds him while making perfect passes, which is probably the Zone distribution to his teammates.
As his skill grew more renowned and feared, many players would simply give up in trying to stop him. Each time he is hilariously under the impression that his disguise works, so when people recognize him, he is genuinely surprised. Seirin High team fought Ryota Kise's team first in a practice match. It consists of Midorima shooting without the ball and during the process of shooting he receives the ball in his hands, passed by Takao. Kagami proceeds to score 98% in a multiple choice test in a subject he was failing! I wish we could have seen him enter Zone though 1.
In fact, this is deconstructed as he quickly gets bored of whatever he does, because he learns things so quickly. She is a very bad cook, almost always adding supplements in the team's dishes. It is also shown that the noise his dribble made is loud enough to be heard by spectators that forced them to cover their ears. They kept calling him by his last name, though. However, such assumptions were proven wrong when Murasakibara surprisingly entered the Zone.
In terms of plot significance, he's more of a. He shows up to watch his friends' games while donning a pair of sunglasses. So far, the only ones who have ever been able to stop Midorima's shots, are Kagami by jumping high enough to block it, Kuroko by blocking his dip off a pump fake and Akashi by stealing the ball before Midorima can bring it above his head. That way, those in his team no longer worried about receiving the passes, since Akashi calculated the speed, strength and trajectory of said passes beforehand to the point that those who received it could think of their next move and start moving before even touching the ball, and thus, Akashi could improve their performance, though not the usual 100% granted by the Zone but only 90% of their full capabilities- a step before the Zone. This is because Akashi's playmaking ability has drawn out the full potential of the other four though it is noted it's only around 90%, a step before the Zone.
Notable new members of the team include Tetsuya Kuroko, and Taiga Kagami. This speaks volumes about his value as a player. In the entire series, Midorima has never missed an untouched shot, and he has been seen rarely smiling. It is hinted that he may have a split personality by some of his former teammates. He's a fantastic captain for the Kaijo team and he puts Kise in his place.