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    A Shooter can manipulate bullet properties at will. Power, range, speed. You can adjust these three parameters in every attack. You can scatter small shrapnel or fire one big blast. The drawback is all that manipulation takes time, and you have to account for accuracy as well. You need good instincts to be effective.

    Kyōsuke Karasuma about Shooters, in Osamu Mikumo 5.[1]

    A Shooter (射手(シューター), Shūtā Lit. Shooter ?) is a Border agent who specializes in the use of Gunner Triggers without relying on a firearm.[2]

    Specifics[edit source]

    The Shooter position is one of the 9 official positions available to Border agents, one of the 7 directly involved in combat, and one of the 4 a trainee can seemingly be.[3] Any combatant who have scored the most points with a Gunner Trigger without a firearm out of all the Triggers in their set are counted as Shooters[4], however if they have 6,000 points with a Gunner Trigger and any Attacker Trigger, they are classified as All-Rounders.[5] On the other hand, users of Gunner Triggers who utilize firearms are known as Gunners.[6]

    Overview[edit source]

    Much like Gunners, Shooters specialize in middle-range combat, with an emphasis on controlling the enemy's position.[7] Due to to the effectiveness of Shield, Shooters are mostly relegated to support roles, assisting allies from afar and regulating the flow of the battle.[8] Since they must also be able to take into account factors such as the goals of both teams, the conditions of the battlefield and the location of allies, frequently on the spot, Shooters are considered intellectual fighters,[9] even more so than Gunners: their Triggers are in fact more complex, and although this makes them more versatile, it also makes them more difficult to master.[1] Nonetheless, they can become quite dangerous when they use Full Attack,[10] and since they do not need their limbs to fight, they remain a threat even if their Trion Body is mutilated.[11]

    Shooters fire bullets without summoning weapons, but by creating constructs, known as Trion cubes,[12] which they can then divide into multiple parts or shoot whole: the more bullets are fired, the lower their individual power. Furthermore, Shooters can modify the parameter ratio of their bullets on the fly,[1] as well as scatter and delay the shots to an extent. These additional abilities give them an advantage over Gunners at shorter distances,[13] although the number of operations a Shooter must perform before firing compared to a Gunner can potentially tip the scales back in the latter's favor.[14]

    The four bullet types available to Shooters are Asteroid, Hound, Meteor and Viper,[15] which they can combine in real time to create composite bullets.[16] The amount of trion the user possesses determines the overall power and size of the trion cube, which is always at its biggest when summoned.[17] Since Shooters need to expend a lot of trion to be effective in combat, many of them have abundant trion reserves.[18]

    Solo Points[edit source]

    Since points fluctuate constantly, most of the following scores are likely to be obsolete.

    List of Shooters[edit source]

    Currently, there are 12 known Shooters in Border,[18] corresponding to the Shooters who participate in Rank Wars.

    The following Shooters are listed by their Squad's ranking at the end of the most recent season of Rank Wars. When known, their individual ranking in the Shooter class is reported under their name.

    Kōhei Izumi
    Tachikawa Squad
    Nozomi Kako
    Kako Squad
    Masataka Ninomiya
    Ninomiya Squad
    2nd Overall
    Osamu Mikumo
    Tamakoma Second
    Satoshi Mizukami
    Ikoma Squad
    Kazuki Kurauchi
    Ōji Squad
    Rei Nasu
    Nasu Squad
    Keizō Mamiya
    Mamiya Squad
    Mitsuya Koinuma
    Mamiya Squad
    Minoru Hata
    Mamiya Squad
    Teruteru Kōda Fumifumi Saotome

    Trivia[edit source]

    References[edit source]

    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 5 Chapter 36 (p. 4-5) and Episode 18.
    2. 2.0 2.1 World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 210)
    3. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 4 Chapter 33 (p. 6) and Episode 17.
    4. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Kako doesn’t have a Gunner Trigger on her main Trigger side, so why is she a Shooter?
      A: This comes from BBF. Thank you for reading. The positions are based on the equipped Trigger with the most solo points (except All-Rounders). Kako's Hound (Custom that she equips in her sub has the highest solo points, and the Scorpion she equips in her main hasn’t reached 6,000 points yet, so she’s a Shooter. It looks like she wants to increase her Scorpion to over 6,000 points and become an All-Rounder. In the Galopoula Battle, it seems she equipped Hound (Custom) in her main too in preparation for a firefight.
      Source: Volume 20, Question Corner 14
    5. 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
    6. 6.0 6.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 5 Chapter 36 (p. 4) and Episode 18.
    7. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 13 Chapter 107 (p. 10) and Episode 66.
    8. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 13 Chapter 107 (p. 8) and Episode 66.
    9. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 5 Chapter 36 (p. 7) and Episode 18.
    10. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 4 Chapter 29 (p. 7) and Episode 15.
    11. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 18 Chapter 154 (p. 13) and Episode 84.
    12. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: What is it called when Shooters produce Trion in cube form?
      A: Trion Cube, nata de coco (fermented coconut cubes), sugar cube, Suwa, tofu, etc. Everyone calls it whatever they want.
      Source: Volume 10, Question Corner 9
    13. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 13 Chapter 112 (p. 5) and Episode 68.
    14. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 21 Chapter 180 (p. 16) and Episode 94.
    15. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 4 Chapter 29 (p. 3-5) and Episode 15.
    16. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 101 (p. 9) and Episode 46.
    17. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Are the trion cubes produced by Shooters before they shoot always at its maximum size according to trion ability? Or can it be adjusted each time?
      A: It is always at its maximum size. Trion ability is exposed for the most part.
      Source: Border Briefing File, Page 306, Question 164
    18. 18.0 18.1 World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File
    19. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 12 Chapter 103 (p. 14) and Episode 47.
    20. 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
    21. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 11 Chapter 93 (p. 19) and Episode 42.
    22. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 10 Chapter 87 (p. 19) and Episode 39.
    23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 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
    24. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 11 Chapter 94 (p. 14) and Episode 43.
    25. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 11 Chapter 94 (p. 11) and Episode 43.
    26. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 13 Chapter 112 (p. 1) and Episode 68.
    27. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 13 Chapter 110 (p. 15) and Episode 67.
    28. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Are Shooters derived from Gunners? Who created the Shooter position and how did it happen?
      A: The order is that Shooter came first. There are those suited for handling cube bullets and those who aren't, so gun triggers were developed so that anyone can use bullets with a high degree of accuracy, and Gunners were derived.
      Source: Border Briefing File, Page 305, Question 156

    Navigation[edit source]

    Border All-Rounder • Attacker • Engineer • Gunner • Operator • Shooter • Sniper • Spotter • Trapper
    Commander in Chief Masamune Kido
    Administration Eizō Netsuki • Katsumi Karasawa • Kyōko Sawamura • Masafumi Shinoda • Motokichi Kinuta • Takumi Rindō
    General Staff Michael Cronin • Raizō Terashima • Seiji Mizunuma
    S-Rank Tsukihiko Amō
    A-Rank Ai Kitora • Asumi Amakura • Futaba Kuroe • Hayato Uno • Isami Tōma • Jun Arashiyama • Kazuma Satomi • Kei Tachikawa • Ken Satori • Kirie Konami • Kōhei Izumi • Kyōsuke Karasuma • Mai Kitagawa • Mitsuru Tokieda • Nozomi Kako • Reiji Kizaki • Ryō Utagawa • Ryūji Saeki • Shinji Fuyushima • Shirō Kikuchihara • Shōhei Kodera • Shūji Miwa • Shun Midorikawa • Sōya Kazama • Takaaki Katagiri • Takeru Yuiga • Tōichirō Momozono • Tōru Narasaka • Yōsuke Yoneya • Yūichi Jin • Yukimaru Ichijō
    B-Rank Atsushi Hokari • Chika Amatori • Daichi Tsutsumi • Fumika Teruya • Hanao Tsukimi • Haruaki Azuma • Hidetaka Kitazoe • Hiro Kitazoe • Hisato Sasamori • Hitoshi Matsushiro • Hyuse • Itsuki Fujisawa • Kai Minamisawa • Kazuaki Ōji • Kazuki Kurauchi • Kazuto Tonooka • Keizō Mamiya • Kō Murakami • Kōji Oki • Kōtarō Suwa • Kotarō Tomoe • Kuniharu Kakizaki • Makoto Chano • Mamoru Tokiwa • Masakuni Hakoda • Masataka Ninomiya • Masato Kageura • Minoru Hata • Mitsuya Koinuma • Noboru Koarai • Osamu Mikumo • Rei Nasu • Rokurō Wakamura • Ryōgo Funabashi • Satoru Hayakawa • Satoshi Mizukami • Seiji Marui • Shinnosuke Tsuji • Shō Motegi • Sumiharu Inukai • Taichi Betsuyaku • Takahiro Ebina • Takuma Yuba • Tatsuhito Ikoma • Tatsuya Kuruma • Tetsuji Arafune • Tokiya Saitō • Tsuneyuki Okudera • Waka Utsunomiya • Wataru Urushima • Yōko Katori • Yoshinobu Kera • Yoshito Hanzaki • Yūichirō Yoshizato • Yukari Obishima • Yukito Otokawa • Yūko Kumagai • Yūma Kuga • Yūta Miura • Yutaka Kashio • Yūya Tsuchisaki • Yuzuru Ema
    C-Rank Fumifumi Saotome • Hidehide Hinoe • Izuho Natsume • Teruteru Kōda
    Operators Aki Hiyami • An Kobayakawa • Aoi Kusumoto • Asami Taya • Asuka Asagiri • Ayumu Hatori • Hana Somei • Haruka Ayatsuji • Haya Kittaka • Hazuki Nanao • Hikari Nire • Kaho Mikami • Karin Yuitsuka • Madoka Ui • Mako Hitomi • Maori Hosoi • Megumi Tokura • Nono Fujimaru • Ren Tsukimi • Rika Rokuta • Rin Kagami • Risa Maki • Rui Osano • Saki Kusakabe • Sakurako Taketomi • Sayoko Shiki • Shiori Usami • Yuka Kon • Yuri Rindō • Yuu Kunichika
    Former Border Agents Akane Hiura • Mirai Hatohara • Tadaomi Kanda • Yūgo Kuga
    Affiliated Personnel Raijinmaru • Replica • Izuho's Cat • Rinji Amatori • Ruka Shinoda • Yōtarō Rindō
    Old Border Agents Hibiki Taira • Ibuki Wakisaka • Kaede Namekata • Kengo Sōma • Kirie Konami • Manabu Kai • Masafumi Shinoda • Masamune Kido • Mato Kujō • Motoki Suzumura • Reiji Kizaki • Rintarō Chihiro • Ryōji Kiriyama • Shin Kazama • Sōichi Mogami • Takumi Rindō • Tetsuya Umesaki • Yūichi Jin • Yuri Rindō
    Squads Arafune Squad • Arashiyama Squad • Azuma Squad • Chano Squad • Ebina Squad • Fuyushima Squad • Hayakawa Squad • Ikoma Squad • Kageura Squad • Kakizaki Squad • Kako Squad • Katagiri Squad • Katori Squad • Kazama Squad • Kusakabe Squad • Kōda Squad • Mamiya Squad • Matsushiro SquadMiwa Squad • Nasu Squad • Ninomiya Squad • Ōji Squad • Suwa Squad • Suzunari First (Kuruma Squad) • Tachikawa Squad • Tamakoma First (Kizaki Squad) • Tamakoma Second (Mikumo Squad) • Tokiwa Squad • Urushima Squad • Yoshizato Squad • Yuba Squad
    Positions All-Rounder • Attacker • Engineer • Gunner • Operator • Shooter • Sniper • Spotter • Trapper
    Branches Hayanuma Branch • Hisama Branch • Suzunari Branch  • Tamakoma Branch  • Wataayu Branch • Yumite District Branch
    Factions Kido Faction • Shinoda Faction • Tamakoma Branch • Factionless Faction
    Triggers Asteroid • Bagworm • Bagworm Tag • Bail Out • Chameleon • Cobra • Connector • Dummy Beacon • Egret • Enhanced Radar • Escudo • Fūjin • Full Arms • Full Attack • Geist • Gimlet • Grasshopper • Hornet • Hound • Ibis • Idaten • Kogetsu (Spear/Gen'yō/Senkū) • Lead Bullet • Lightning • Makō • Meteor • Radar • Raygust (Shield Mode/Thruster) • Salamander • Scorpion • Shield (Fixed Mode/Full Guard) • Silencer • Sōgetsu (Axe) • Spider • Starmaker • Switchbox • Teleporter • Timer • Tomahawk • Trion Body • Viper • Yūma's Black Trigger

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