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    Meteor Users
    A-Rank
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    Thanks to Izumi's abundant Trion, his Meteor is particularly powerful, being able to cause widespread destruction[1], depriving the enemy of hiding spots and clearing lines of fire for ally Snipers.[2] By scattering the bullets and firing each at a different angle, he can increase greatly the area of the ensuing explosions.[1] Izumi first uses Meteor in Chapter 30 (Episode 15 in the Anime).
    Ryō Utagawa
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    As an All-Rounder[3], it is possible for Arashiyama to have scored at least 6,000 points with Meteor.[4] Arashiyama fires the Meteor through the lower barrel of his assault rifle.[5] It shoots a single projectile which produces a powerful explosion.[5] He appears to be quite skilled with this Trigger, holding off two A-Rank agents despite his impaired mobility.[6] Arashiyama first uses Meteor in Chapter 26 (Episode 14 in the Anime).
    Mitsuru Tokieda
    Takaaki Katagiri
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    Reiji combines Meteor with Spider to create traps to stall the enemy[7], due to how no trion is expended to make the cube move[8], it allocates the rest of the trion into the other parameters resulting into a bigger explosion.[9][10] The trap is triggered by either tripping on the wire[7][11], or hitting it with another trigger.[11] Reiji first uses Meteor as a fixed charge in Chapter 62 (Episode 28 in the Anime).
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    Konami can efficiently use Meteor in conjunction with Sōgetsu, first engaging in close combat to seal the opponent's movements, then retreating quickly and firing Meteor at close[12] or mid-range[13][14] additionally this was noted as her signature surprise attack.[15] Her Meteors are powerful enough to crack the durable armor of Rabbits[16], however it could only leave a dent on Vasilissa regardless if it was a singular attack[13], or combined with Senkū[14]. She is able to scatter her bullets enough to target two opponents at the same time.[17] She was first seen using it in Chapter 53 (Episode 25 in the anime).
    B-Rank
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    Ninomiya rarely employs Meteor, however when he does use it, he uses it to make Salamander[18], or to make areas more open.[19] Ninomiya is first seen using Meteor in Chapter 193 (Episode 99 in the Anime).
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    Under normal conditions, Kitazoe's most used offensive Trigger is Meteor, which he fires through either one[20] or two[21] grenade launchers, depending on whether he must activate Bagworm for stealth. Despite being a Gunner, his specialty is in long range shooting.[22] so far he has never used meteor excluding use of his signature technique.

    High-Angle Bombardment ((きょく)(しゃ) (ほう)(げき), Kyokusha Hōgeki ?): By shooting multiple Meteor rounds through one or more grenade launchers, Kitazoe can fire at all the enemies visible on Radar in quick succession,[23] demolish large portions of the map, and wreak havoc on the battlefield[24] additionally he can use this technique to lure opponents into a melee, Kageura can either join the battle, or fight those who escape.[25] Despite its power and range, the technique has low accuracy, especially without visual on the target.[20] Kitazoe often requires Hikari Nire's help to find a suitable firing spot.[20] He is first shown using this technique in Chapter 111 (Episode 68 in the anime).

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    Under Usami's recommendation, Chika temporarily added Meteor to her Trigger Set while fighting in Cityscape D to flush out opponents in hiding[26] or create an escape route if her teammates find themselves in a pinch.[27] Due to her immense trion level, her Meteor is capable of dealing enormous large-scale damage,[28] obliterating half of a six-story mall with a single attack.[29] The devastation of an undivided chunk of Meteor resulted in her wiping out half of Haruaki Azuma's Dummy Beacons[30] and accidentally taking out Tsuneyuki Okudera,[31] and was noted to guarantee her team the win if she could fire more.[30] The inadvertent hit also had the effect of intimidating Azuma Squad to change their strategy.[32] Chika first uses Meteor in Chapter 173 (Episode 90 in the anime).
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    Mizukami can disguise Meteor as another Gunner Trigger to take the opponent by surprise with its explosive effect.[33] The smoke screen that it creates can be used for a follow-up attack.[34] Mizukami is first seen using Meteor in Chapter 155 (Episode 84 in the Anime).
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    Kurauchi can fuse Meteor with Hound to create Salamander.[35] He has yet to be seen firing Meteor, but its trion cube was visible while he was preparing Salamander in Chapter 153 (Episode 83 in the Anime).
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    Although Viper is Nasu's preferred Trigger,[36] she will occasionally switch to Meteor.[37] She has recently taken to merging it with Viper to form Tomahawk[37], as well as using it as a fixed charge and can either detonate it herself[38], a teammate can do it.[39] Nasu has yet to be seen firing Meteor, but its trion cube was visible while she was preparing Tomahawk in Chapter 102 (Episode 45 in the anime), however she first used it as a fixed charge in Chapter 197.
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    Kumagai equipped Meteor in the match against Tamakoma Second and Suzunari First to demolish the bridge.[40] Despite being her very first time using it, or any Gunner Trigger as a Shooter, she managed to make up for the loss of an arm with it and hold her own against Murakami, which earned her the commentators' repeated praise.[41][42] According to herself, imagining Nasu's fighting style helps her move more precisely.[43] She has displayed the ability to quickly divide and scatter her bullets around herself,[44] shooting both directly at her opponent and at the ground around him to keep him at a safe distance,[45] as well as to place a static bullet on the hilt of Murakami's weapon right before bailing out.[46] It is nonetheless worth noting that some of her shots missed even from up close,[43] and that the cause of her defeat was Murakami turning the explosive properties of the bullets against her.[47] The first and only time she was shown dividing her trion cube, she split it in 27 pieces.[48] It remains unclear whether Kumagai permanently added Meteor to her Trigger Set after the match.[49] She is first seen using it in Chapter 99 (Episode 45 in the anime).
    Kuniharu Kakizaki
    Wataru Urushima
    Takahiro Ebina
    Seiji Marui
    Hitoshi Matsushiro
    Minoru Hata
    Former
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    Hiura added Meteor to her Trigger set in preparation for the match against Tamakoma Second and Suzunari First in order to demolish the bridge.[40] After her team's first strategy failed, she set immobile Meteor cubes around her location, using them as traps to impede the advance of approaching opponents while also creating chaos through the destruction of buildings. Each cube packed enough power to tear down a wide seven-story building.[50] Hiura is first seen using Meteor in Chapter 98 (Episode 45 in the anime).
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    Karasuma attempted to use this Trigger at close range against Hyrein, but was defeated before he had the chance to fire it.[51] Karasuma first uses it in the Anime on Episode 33.

    References[edit source]

    1. 1.0 1.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 9 Chapter 72 (p. 16-17) and Episode 32.
    2. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 9 Chapter 73 (p. 2-4) and Episode 32.
    3. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 64)
    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
    5. 5.0 5.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 4 Chapter 26 (p. 7) and Episode 14.
    6. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 4 Chapter 29 (p. 3) and Episode 15.
    7. 7.0 7.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 8 Chapter 62 (p. 8-9) and Episode 28.
    8. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 8 Chapter 62 (p. 8) and Episode 28.
    9. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 5 Chapter 36 (p. 5) and Episode 18.
    10. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 98 (p. 14) and Episode 45.
    11. 11.0 11.1 World Trigger Manga Vol. 23 Chapter 197 (p. 22).
    12. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 53 (p. 11-12) and Episode 25.
    13. 13.0 13.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 132 (p. 10) and Episode 76.
    14. 14.0 14.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 132 (p. 13) and Episode 76.
    15. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 93)
    16. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 53 (p. 15) and Episode 25.
    17. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 128 (p. 8) and Episode 75.
    18. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 21 Chapter 185 (p. 7-10) and Episode 96.
    19. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 22 Chapter 193 (p. 5) and Episode 99.
    20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 13 Chapter 111 (p. 9) and Episode 68.
    21. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 13 Chapter 114 (p. 11-12) and Episode 69.
    22. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 116)
    23. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 13 Chapter 111 (p. 8-9) and Episode 68.
    24. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 13 Chapter 114 (p. 14) and Episode 69.
    25. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 111)
    26. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 19 Chapter 166 (p. 6) and Episode 88.
    27. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 20 Chapter 173 (p. 12) and Episode 90.
    28. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 20 Chapter 173 (p. 14-15) and Episode 90.
    29. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 20 Chapter 173 (p. 16) and Episode 90.
    30. 30.0 30.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 20 Chapter 173 (p. 18) and Episode 90.
    31. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 20 Chapter 173 (p. 16-17) and Episode 90.
    32. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 20 Chapter 173 (p. 19) and Episode 90.
    33. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 18 Chapter 155 (p. 16) and Episode 84.
    34. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 18 Chapter 155 (p. 16-17) and Episode 84.
    35. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 18 Chapter 153 (p. 6) and Episode 83.
    36. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 11 Chapter 97 (p. 9) and Episode 44.
    37. 37.0 37.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 101 (p. 9) and Episode 46.
    38. World Trigger Manga Vol. 23 Chapter 197 (p. 20-22).
    39. World Trigger Manga Vol. 23 Chapter 198 (p. 17-20).
    40. 40.0 40.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 98 (p. 14-15) and Episode 45.
    41. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 99 (p. 11) and Episode 45.
    42. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 103 (p. 11) and Episode 47.
    43. 43.0 43.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 99 (p. 12) and Episode 45.
    44. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 99 (p. 7-11) and Episode 45.
    45. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 99 (p. 8) and Episode 45.
    46. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 99 (p. 16) and Episode 45.
    47. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 99 (p. 14) and Episode 45.
    48. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 99 (p. 7) and Episode 45.
    49. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 176)
    50. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 11 Chapter 98 (p. 11-15) and Episode 44.
    51. World Trigger Anime Episode 33
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