Yukigassen Basics: Snowball Making You can tell the strength of the team by looking at their snowballs. The Yukigassen game does’t actually begin on the court; it begins when the teams start making the snowballs. The quality of the snowball made can determine the accuracy of your game.
The Role of the 2nd Shelter Many would argue that the 2nd Shelter position is more important than that of the First or the Center. Naturally, the role of the 2nd Shelter shifts according to the team’s strategies; but generally, strong teams always have a strong 2nd Shelter player.
Rethinking The Backcourt Strategy In baseball, the game begins with the throw from the pitcher. In Yukigassen, actions begin with the backs (backcourt players) sending the snowball to the front. Coordination between the backs and the forwards is critical. The depth of Yukigassen lies with the backs!