When the others return with their lists, Tōkan takes a moment to seriously read them all and ask questions about their motivations and what they currently think they can do. Once he's satisfied with the idea in his mind of what the team thinks they can do, he asks each of them to do some exercises with the blitz ball, increasing in complexity and difficulty as each of them got the earlier ones right. He includes various different types within the same "difficulty bracket" to try to suss out specific strengths and weaknesses of the whole team.
General assessment: they're better than they think they are. It's kind of interesting to see, he can tell when they're holding themselves back for fear of being too daring or too risky, and if he pushes them in the right way they even surprise themselves.
- Datto is their best shot by far, and also the best at enduring tackles from other players. His thing is raw strength, though, and his actual aim isn't that great so when shooting from far enough or trying to pass the ball he's not that great. He's also kind of not the best at hand-eye coordination.
- Letty can take a beating but he really shines in accuracy. That boy can hit a seagull with a blitzball from a hundred meters away.
- Jassu has a mean streak, and is really good at faking opponents out and figuring out how to slip past their defences and grab the ball. He's kind of a garbage shot though.
- Botta... is kind of a Jassu-wannabe. He's about as good as Jassu at the whole figuring out how to get the ball from others thing but less good at pretty much everything else. The one thing he's better than Jassu at is special techniques: he has memorised a whole host of those, and a lot of them are ones Tōkan has never seen before due to being literally magic.
- Keepa is their goalkeep but he's... actually not very good at it. He mostly relies on his wide frame to throw his whole self in front of the ball when he can, but he's not super agile and takes a bit to move. He can, however, take one hell of a beating.
Okay. He can probably work with this. He doesn't think he can make this a world-class team in a week, but maybe, just maybe, they can figure out some strategies that will work, especially if he can get them to actually improve at all in anything over the week. Although he expects most of the impact he can have on the team is motivational and not actually technical. Well, whatever works. Hopefully he can watch recordings of past games when they get to Luca to figure out what they'll be up against.