Way to ignore the twit I posted.
interesting. hopefully he's not just teasing and we really will get one eventually.
Don't worry, be happy~
"How do you think a real-life man can become a fictitious man? The answer is simple. One must eliminate everyone who knows him, everyone who knows his past.
One must simply be the only one who exsists..."
Okay, series is over now. Should or shouldn't I read it from Chapter 1?
★ Better signature TBA: Never ★
go for it, it's very enjoyable.
after it first sets itself up as a harem comedy, it then begins to shift into "battle manga" mode and it gets pretty fun.
it's over the top in places, it's funny, it's got a good chunk of action, and very likable characters.
the art and the world building is worth a mention too.
Don't worry, be happy~
I mean man, the more I think about it, the more things that were just unexplained and/or abandoned keep rushing to my head. What happened to Fate's girls, who was that hooded figure that intervened against water Fate, what was the other thing Ayaka's artifact could do, what was the point of giving Akira and Chizuru artifacts, what is the demon realm, where the hell is Arika...gah stop brain stop.
I'll just take condolence in the idea that in the parallel universe that spawned Chao Lingshen, Ku Fei and Negi must have been an item.
Quit holding your breath or expecting more. I waited for the ending before passing judgement, to see how he handled the lingering stuff, but... yeah. He really just totally dropped the ball. And while there's sequel bait on a couple of those endings, there's... really not. I guess he was just tired of it. I don't blame him, 10 years is a loooong stretch, but still.
If there was going to be a proper sequel in the wings, he wouldn't announce "it's ending" or do it the way he did. He would have said "I'm taking a break to recoup, or switch to a monthly, here's a stopping point."
Yeah, she's the rythmic gymnist. She was one of the "civilians' that got caught up in the magic world, but not one of the three that were slaves. She started learning some magic there, but she's definitely been one of the more background characters for most of the series.
Interesting side note.
Her seiyuu, Yui Horie also voices Naru Narusegawa in Akamatsu's previous work Love Hina. Huh.
Originally Posted by Gregory House
He went with the answer that would make the most people happy, rather than one of the five or six that had actual screentime, I guess. And that being the answer might also be why there wasn't a big deal made out of it, since there was... no buildup to it. It would be terrible payoff. As is its so ambiguous its up for debate ANYWAY... aside from those explicitly left out.
Mostly it just confuses me because now there's REALLY no reason or context to that Yue chapter last week. Hell, she even got that color spread in this last chapter, and htis series NEVER has color pages! What the hell?
But hey. Sometimes its the character's that make the choices. I know that well.
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