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    Asteroid Users
    A-Rank
    Kōhei Izumi
    Izumi usually fights using Asteroid in Full Attack.[1][2][3] Thanks to his massive amount of Trion[4][5], he can choose hit probability through sheer numbers over accuracy[6] by splitting his trion cubes several times.[6] His firepower remains such that Ai Kitora was convinced her Shield would not be able to resist one of his barrages.[7] Izumi first uses Asteroid in Chapter 26 (Episode 14 in the Anime).
    Takeru Yuiga
    Yuiga fights primarily by dual-wielding handguns and shooting Asteroid.[8][9] Although he is noted to be weaker than some B-Rank agents[10], he still scored more victories than losses against Osamu[11] with the current record being 81 wins and 196 losses.[12] According to Border's evaluation system, he has the highest range[8] of any handgun user.[13][14][15][16][17][18] Yuiga is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 110 (Episode 67 in the anime).
    Ryō Utagawa
    Ryūji Saeki
    Kazuma Satomi
    Jun Arashiyama
    As an All-Rounder[19], it is possible for Arashiyama to have scored at least 6,000 points with Asteroid.[20] Arashiyama fires Asteroid bullets through his assault rifle[21], which has a high rate of fire.[22] He often coordinates with his teammates to increase their overall firepower or attack the opponent from multiple directions[21], a tactic that is rendered even more effective by the use of Teleporter.[23] He and Tokieda were able to destroy the durable armor of an injured Rabbit in a matter of seconds.[24] Arashiyama first uses Asteroid in Chapter 29 (Episode 15 in the Anime).
    Ai Kitora
    As an All-Rounder[25], Kitora has scored at least 6,000 points with Asteroid.[20] Kitora fires Asteroid through her custom handgun[26], and is her preferred offensive trigger.[27][28] Due to her now average trion[26], she has a hard time breaking through defenses[27][29], but when it happens she can switch to Scorpion[26] which helps her save Trion.[26] other than that, Kitora can use Spider as a foothold[26], and circle an opponent at high-speed[26], while shooting which lets her attack her opponent as well as look for openings.[26] Additionally she can coordinate with Arashiyama[21] or Tokieda.[27][30] Kitora first uses Asteroid in Chapter 8 (Episode 5 in the Anime).
    Mitsuru Tokieda
    As an All-Rounder[30], Tokieda has potentially scored at least 6,000 points with Asteroid[20], with him using it as an Assault Rifle[30], which has a high rate of fire.[22] His role is primarily supporting Arashiyama[30], and Kitora.[30] Tokieda can cross fire with Arashiyama[21][31] as well as concrete fire on a specific enemy[23][27][24] which was strong enough to destroy the durable armor of an injured Rabbit in a matter of seconds.[24] Tokieda first uses Asteroid in Chapter 26 (Episode 14 in the Anime).
    Nozomi Kako
    Shūji Miwa
    Miwa fires Asteroid through his handgun, often using it with Kogetsu in his other hand.[32][33] Additionally he has been shown to be skilled at quick-drawing.[34], however being the No. 3 All-Rounder[35][36], it is possible for him to have at least 6,000 points with this trigger. Miwa is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 14 (Episode 7 in the anime).
    Takaaki Katagiri
    Reiji Kizaki
    As a Perfect All-Rounder[37][38], and the No. 1 All-Rounder[35], Reiji has potentially scored at least 6,000 points with Asteroid[20] Reiji has two firearms loaded with Asteroid bullets: an assault rifle and a minigun.[39] The latter seems to be rather heavy, forcing him to hold it with both hands[40], but has an extremely high rate of fire.[40] Reiji uses it for prolonged attacks without moving from his position[41], deploying a Shield[41], or hides behind Karasuma's Escudo[40] if the enemy returns fire[41][40] He can then switch to the assault rifle to increase his mobility[42], which can help him move his opponent into one of his traps.[43] Reiji first uses Asteroid as a Minigun in Chapter 55 (Episode 25 in the Anime), and as an Assault Rifle in Chapter 58 (Episode 27 in the Anime).
    Kyōsuke Karasuma
    As an All-Rounder[44], Karasuma has potentially scored at least 6,000 points with Asteroid[20], which he uses as an assault rifle which grants him a high rate of fire.[22] He often employs it in conjunction with Defense Triggers, such as Shield[41] or Escudo[45][46], to protect himself while shooting.[45][46][41] Karasuma first uses Asteroid in Chapter 55 (Episode 25 in the Anime).
    B-Rank
    Masataka Ninomiya
    As the Shooter with the highest score with this Trigger,[47] and the agent with the second highest score with any Trigger[48][49], Ninomiya is extremely proficient with Asteroid. Thanks to his abundance of trion[50], a single volley is powerful enough to break the Shield of a former A-Rank agent and damage their body,[51] as well as to destroy small structures.[52] He scatters his bullets evenly around him, targeting an area that is larger than the opponent, but not so much that too many shots will miss the target.[51][53] Ninomiya is capable of create trion cubes with his hands in his pockets[54] as well as to summon, divide and fire one before the opponent can react.[55] Due to Ninomiya dividing the trion cube in 6[54] or 16[51] parts, in order to have more precise control over the number and power.[56] Ninomiya first uses Asteroid in Chapter 111 (Episode 68 in the Anime).
    Sumiharu Inukai
    As a Gunner who is Master Class with Asteroid[57][58], Inukai is proficient with Asteroid. Inukai uses as an assault rifle which grants him a high rate of fire.[22] Inukai is skilled enough to accurately shoot at his opponent while moving[57][59][60], even when he only has a single hand.[59][61] Inukai has been shown being able to shoot nearby stationary targets without hitting his teammate[62], as well as move his gun slightly to bypass smaller shields.[63] Inukai first uses Asteroid in Chapter 112 (Episode 68 in the Anime).
    Osamu Mikumo
    Asteroid is Osamu's ranged Trigger[64], and his main offensive trigger. He generally divides the trion cube in 27 pieces[65][66][67][68][69], but he has also fired it in 9 pieces[70], 8 pieces[71][72][73] when prioritizing bullet speed[71], and whole to maximize his output.[74][75] His bullets are not very powerful due to his low amount of trion[76][77], although they can still effortlessly damage a Trion Body[78][79] as well as make a giant hole in the eye of a Bander when he first used Asteroid as a B-Rank Agent.[80] His skill was originally very poor with only having one bullet hit a Bander[80], but after training under Karasuma[81], most if not all of his bullets hit a Marmod while Osamu was on the move[66] with the Marmod attacking him at the same time[82], as well as having most of his bullets hit a stationary Suwa.[83] However he wasn't able to hit more mobile[84] Nasu[71], unless Suzunari was also firing at her.[85][86] After Round 3, he trained under Arashiyama, and Tachikawa Squads[87], his accuracy improved[68][88][89][90], and learned to delay his shots in order to catch the target unawares after luring them in position.[91][92] Osamu was first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 12 (Episode 6 in the anime).

    Slow Buckshot[93] ((てい)(そく) (さん)(だん), Teisoku Sandan ?): Osamu scatters numerous, small rounds of Asteroid bullets around himself, making it difficult for the enemy to maneuver or attack without coming in contact with these bullets.[94] The power/range/speed ratio is 70/29.9/01.[94] Osamu first uses this technique in Chapter 36 (Episode 18 in the anime).

    Chika Amatori
    Chika supplies Mikumo with her trion[95] to shoot at an attacking Ranbanein-Type Rabbit[96], the asteroid was so powerful it ripped through it's dense armour and destroyed it - eliminating the rabbit. After Amatori is cubed by hyrein, Mikumo's asteroid trigger malfunctions, making it almost unusable[97].
    Hiro Kitazoe
    Kitazoe fires Asteroid through an assault rifle[98] which appears bulkier than the other models,[99] but which might boast an even higher rate of fire than most.[100] It appears to be his Trigger of choice for mid-ranged shootouts[101][102][103] as well as when the environment or the presence of Snipers discourage the use of Meteor.[104] He was able to outgun Tatsuya Kuruma[105][106] before the latter turned the tables by switching to Full Attack.[107] In locations which prevent the use of his High-Angle Bombardment, Kitazoe conjures his assault rifle at the very start of the match[99] and maintains it in existence even when not actively using it.[108] He normally wields it with both hands,[108][100][106][103] although he can switch to only one in a pinch.[109] Kitazoe is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 167 (Episode 88 in the anime).
    Satoshi Mizukami
    Mizukami will often disguise his other Gunner Triggers as Asteroid,[110][111] presumably because its lack of special effects is more likely to cause th opponent to drop their guard after the bullets have been fired. He is first seen using it in Chapter 157 (Episode 84 in the Anime).
    Kazuki Kurauchi
    Rei Nasu
    Takuma Yuba
    Asteroid is Yuba's main offensive Trigger, which he fires through his handguns.[112] He combines their high muzzle velocity and raw power[113] with his extremely quick draw to shoot down the opponent before they can react.[114] Should they be able to, Yuba will resort to Full Attack to swiftly destroy their Shield.[112] A single one of his bullets packs enough power to break through an unfocused Shield[115] and critically damage a small Escudo,[116] along with Hyuse's own unfocused Shield[117][118] despite his extraordinary trion levels. Yuba is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 181 (Episode 94 in the Anime).
    Yukari Obishima
    When in close quarters, Obishima prefers to use Asteroid as a follow up attack by hiding the bullets behind her back, stepping out of their trajectory right before firing to launch a surprise attack.[119][120] When her opponents are out of her range, she prefers using Asteroid[121][122][123], despite having Senkū in her Trigger Set.[124] She has also used Asteroid without looking to take out Kai.[125] Additionally she only recently picked up Shooter Triggers[126], however being an All-Rounder[127][124], it is possible for her to have at least 6,000 points with this trigger. Obishima is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 187 (Episode 97 in the anime).
    Tatsuya Kuruma
    Asteroid is Kuruma's primary offensive Trigger. He channels it through an assault rifle[128], which grants him a high rate of fire and is ideal for fighting at mid-range.[22] His fighting style is conservative[129] and he almost always fire from behind a Shield[129], regardless of whether he is on his own or coordinating with his allies.[130][131][132] Recently, he added a second rifle to his Trigger set so he can fire with both at once[133] while Murakami protects him[134], switching as needed between whittling down his enemies with Asteroid[134][135] and circumvent obstacles with Hound.[133][136] Kuruma is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 60 (Episode 27 in the anime).
    Yōko Katori
    Katori resorts to this Trigger when exchanging fire from mid-range, when closing in is not an option,[137][138][139] but she may also resort to it at close quarters, rapidly drawing her handgun and shooting the opponent at point-blank range.[140] She may or may not have reached Master Class with this Trigger.[141] Katori is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 138, although in the anime she was shown using it in Episode 74.
    Rokurō Wakamura
    Wakamura's primary offensive Trigger appears to be Asteroid. Despite training for two full years and being mentored by Inukai, he has yet to reach Master Class with it.[142] By his own admission he was unable to hit Yūma Kuga[143][144] when the latter was still perfecting his ability to use wires.[145] Wakamura is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 138, although in the anime she was shown using it in Episode 74.
    Kōtarō Suwa
    Suwa's offensive Trigger is a shotgun loaded with Asteroid bullets.[146] It boasts high firepower[147] and, due to the number of bullets fired at once, it is difficult to avoid at close range for all[148] but the swiftest foes.[149][150][151] However, it is not very accurate, and it has a low rate of fire. Suwa can regulate the angle of the bullet spread[147] to focus damage or increase the area of damage, hitting multiple targets with a single pull of the trigger.[149] When no other Triggers are required and he can fight at close-to-mid-range, Suwa often goes in Full Attack. By firing each shotgun only one time, he was able to severely damage Yūma's Full Guard and injure him.[152] Suwa is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 45 (Episode 22 in the anime).
    Daichi Tsutsumi
    Tsutsumi's offensive Trigger is a shotgun loaded with Asteroid bullets.[153] It boasts high firepower[147] and, due to the number of bullets fired at once, it is difficult to avoid at close range for all[148] but the swiftest foes.[149][150][151] However, it is not very accurate, and it has a low rate of fire. Tsutsumi can regulate the angle of the bullet spread[147] to focus damage or increase the area of damage, hitting multiple targets with a single pull of the trigger.[149] When no other Triggers are required and he can fight at close-to-mid-range, Tsutsumi may go in Full Attack.[154] Tsutsumi is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 45 (Episode 22 in the anime).
    Kuniharu Kakizaki
    Kakizaki fires Asteroid through an assault rifle[155], which grants him a high rate of fire.[22] He seems to be quite accurate against slower opponents, hitting Wakamura's shoulder multiple times in spite of the latter moving and having put up a Shield[156], however Kakizaki was unable to hit a moving Yūma[157] with Kakizaki barely able to hit Yūma's Shield[157] additionally he wasn't able to hit a flying Ranbanein.[158] Kakizaki and Teruya's combined firepower was noted by Izumi to be able to overwhelm all three members of Katori Squad.[159] Kakizaki is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 60 (Episode 27 in the anime).
    Fumika Teruya
    Teruya fights using an assault rifle loaded with Asteroid bullets[155], which grants her a higher rate of fire compared to other firearms.[22] Kakizaki's and her combined firepower was noted by Izumi to be able to overwhelm all three members of Katori Squad.[159] Teruya is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 139 (Episode 78 in the Anime).
    Kotarō Tomoe
    Wataru Urushima
    Takahiro Ebina
    Satoru Hayakawa
    Ryōgo Funabashi
    Yūichirō Yoshizato
    Hidetaka Kitazoe
    Hitoshi Matsushiro
    Makoto Chano
    Chano fires Asteroid through their handguns[17], which they dual-wield[160], unlike Fujisawa.[161] They might not be very accurate, since some of their shots against stationary Yūma, and Ranbanein missed despite the short distance[160][161], although others would have hit the target's vitals had they not defended.[160][161] Chano is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 47 (Episode 23 in the anime).
    Itsuki Fujisawa
    Fujisawa fires Asteroid through his handguns[17], but unlike Chano[160], he prefers to wield only one at a time.[161] He might not be very accurate, since some of his shots against stationary Yūma, and Ranbanein missed despite the short distance[160][161], although others would have hit the target's vitals had he not defended.[160][161] Fujisawa is first seen using Asteroid in Chapter 54 (Episode 25 in the anime).
    Waka Utsunomiya
    Keizō Mamiya
    Mitsuya Koinuma

    References[edit source]

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    4. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Who has more Trion, Chika or Izumi?
      A: Chika. Izumi is a prodigy, but Chika is a monster.
      Source: Volume 6, Question Corner 3
    5. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 41)
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    12. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: How many wins does Osamu have against Yuiga now?
      A. Currently, it's 81 wins and 196 losses. (Note: in Chapter 110 it was 48 wins and 152 losses).
      Source: Twitter Q&A August 2023: Day 3 Question 4
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    20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 Daisuke Ashihara: Q: How is an All-Rounder defined?
      A: An All-Rounder is ‘an agent who has earned more than 6,000 solo points in both Attacker and Gunner Triggers respectively’. Right now Border’s overall level is on the rise and there are those who say it should be raised to above 8,000.
      Source: Volume 18, Question Corner 11
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    35. 35.0 35.1 Daisuke Ashihara: Q: I would like to know the rankings of the Gunners and Shooters like we do with the Attackers and Snipers.
      A: From what I remember, The top 3 Shooters, from the top, are Ninomiya, Izumi, and Kako. Top 3 Gunners are Kazuma, Yuba, and Katagiri Top 3 All-Rounders are Reiji, Arashiyama, and Miwa.
      Source: Volume 25, Question Corner 22
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    47. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Exactly what numbers are used to decide the Separate Position ranking and the Solo Overall ranking? Is it the highest solo points? Or the total points of all the weapons?
      A: It is the highest of the solo points. The Solo Overall ranking is decided from all the weapon points of all the agents based on who has the highest. From all of the Shooters, Ninomiya's Asteroid points are the highest -> Shooter ranking no.1. From all weapons of all of the agents, Tachikawa's Kogetsu points are the highest -> Solo Overall no.1, like that. If there was a total point ranking then Reiji would probably be no.1.
      Source: Border Briefing File, Page 317, Question 240
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      A: Probably because they want to control the number and power of the bullets in detail. It seems to be a very advanced technique to divide the cube into shapes other than more cubes. Izumi could likely do it too, but he isn't so particular about the shape.
      Source: Volume 25, Question Corner 22
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    123. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 22 Chapter 191 (p. 4) and Episode 98.
    124. 124.0 124.1 World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 119)
    125. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 22 Chapter 190 (p. 21-22) and Episode 98.
    126. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 21 Chapter 182 (p. 8) and Episode 95.
    127. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 21 Chapter 181 (p. 3) and Episode 94.
    128. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 124)
    129. 129.0 129.1 World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 125)
    130. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 100 (p. 6-8) and Episode 46.
    131. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 102 (p. 1-4) and Episode 46.
    132. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 102 (p. 10) and Episode 46.
    133. 133.0 133.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 19 Chapter 168 (p. 9) and Episode 89.
    134. 134.0 134.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 19 Chapter 168 (p. 10) and Episode 89.
    135. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 20 Chapter 172 (p. 2-3) and Episode 90.
    136. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 20 Chapter 172 (p. 1) and Episode 90.
    137. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 139 (p. 5) and Episode 78.
    138. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 139 (p. 11) and Episode 78.
    139. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 17 Chapter 143 (p. 7) and Episode 80.
    140. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 138 (p. 3) and Episode 78.
    141. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 137 (p. 11-12) and Episode 78.
    142. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 137 (p. 12) and Episode 78.
    143. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 139 (p. 14) and Episode 78.
    144. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 140 (p. 2) and Episode 79.
    145. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 139 (p. 15) and Episode 78.
    146. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 159)
    147. 147.0 147.1 147.2 147.3 Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Tell us more about the gun Trigger (a shotgun?) Suwa was using in chapter 45.
      A: It's a shotgun that blasts a bunch of largish bullets. You can adjust the angle of the blast to some extent.
      Pro: high firepower. Con: slow reload.
      Source: Volume 7, Question Corner 5
    148. 148.0 148.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 10 Chapter 88 (p. 18) and Episode 40.
    149. 149.0 149.1 149.2 149.3 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 11 Chapter 90 (p. 17) and Episode 41.
    150. 150.0 150.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 11 Chapter 91 (p. 6) and Episode 41.
    151. 151.0 151.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 129 (p. 6) and Episode 75.
    152. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 11 Chapter 91 (p. 10) and Episode 41.
    153. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 160)
    154. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 11 Chapter 89 (p. 12) and Episode 40.
    155. 155.0 155.1 World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 180)
    156. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 139 (p. 6-7) and Episode 78.
    157. 157.0 157.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 142 (p. 8) and Episode 79.
    158. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 60 (p. 12-13) and Episode 27.
    159. 159.0 159.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 139 (p. 7) and Episode 78.
    160. 160.0 160.1 160.2 160.3 160.4 160.5 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 6 Chapter 47 (p. 13) and Episode 23.
    161. 161.0 161.1 161.2 161.3 161.4 161.5 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 8) and Episode 25.
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