How does an effect/prop earn the Tenyo-Like category?

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How does an effect/prop earn the Tenyo-Like category?

Postby Steve S. » Fri Jul 13, 2018 6:05 am

I sometimes wonder what aspects of a trick gets it into the Tenyo-Like category. I know that certain types of props with certain somethings will earn a trick that nickname. In essence, those with close similarities to Tenyo tricks. It just seems that perhaps the term is now overused somewhat and has made me notice that many tricks are placed in that category perhaps without merit.

Maybe we can drum up a discussion here on what we think earns a trick the Tenyo-Like title. As well, which tricks do you feel have been incorrectly included in this category and why.

So...have you pondered these thoughts as well? If so, please reflect here. Thanks!
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Re: How does an effect/prop earn the Tenyo-Like category?

Postby SimonC » Fri Jul 13, 2018 12:26 pm

It’s all in the ingenuity
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Re: How does an effect/prop earn the Tenyo-Like category?

Postby Steve S. » Fri Jul 13, 2018 2:25 pm

SimonC wrote:It’s all in the ingenuity


Understood and agree completely. That being said, the question is: Do we use the term too loosely?

I guess it’s a matter of one’s own opinion.

That will be all... :D
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