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I agree with posters above me. Flying doesn't seem to be one of the vast skills the Nobles have; after all they already have amazing physical abilities, lol. I tend to think that it wasn't them flying, but jumping strong and high instead that they can manage themselves on the air for few seconds. Usually before an attack or for a better view of place or battle, I guess.
But it's interesting to have vampires who can fly. XD Unfortunately we haven't seen any other flying entity in the series, or else it can be a good reason to try crossing their powers. XD
Yo, guys. How are you doing? Lively as ever, eh.
I finally remember to write this question I've had for a while in my mind down to a thread. What I've been trying to ask is... I feel something was a bit strange on the latest few chapters. After thinking about it, I think it's the massive damage done to the buildings during the fight. In previous fight with an Elder, there was only one, so probably the damage could be camouflaged by KSA somehow. But in the latest chapters, we have two nobles vs two Elders, not to mention what Rai, Takeo, and Tao had done previously. So I can't imagine how KSA could hide this.
One other point is that there's always no one to see around the site of the battle: not on the street, not on the building. Is the evacuation that effective?
It's minor, but it's been bugging me.
The KSA seem to be dab-hands are evacuation. I wouldn't say that's a bad thing.
@ Phio - I suppose you can always blame things on a gas explosion, earthquake or something of the sort.
Information control is the key.
Bwhaaa hahaha, i thinks thats nice spin off hahahaa
Or people in the world of Noblesse are already used to the fact, time from time some of the skyscrapers "mysteriously" broke down and doesn't make a fuss about that. At least not that much.
And if the Noblesse world is the reflection of our real world, terroristic attacks are sure quite handy as explanation, thus a little boring over time.
i have a question how long has it been since the beginning of noblesse has it been a year a month has it ever been mention ?
The biggest question is "Will Crombell be the final villain?"
If the answer is "yes" then it would suck. I mean now there are many elder level opponents, but in the end he would only be the one to have that level of power. His underlings aren't of elder level..... So in short, he won't be much of a threat to Franky and Lukedonia.
I am curious on how authors plan to involve him on a larger scale. He doesn't really have what it takes to be the final villain unless he has elder level underlings.
While he may not be final, he's definitely been built up as a long-term nemesis. While he/his underlings may not be uberstrong, his faction's rising in power quickly, and I wouldn't be surprised if he actually survived the (plot-required) fall of the Union, thus becoming the final villain.
I don't see it as a bad thing, though. Crombell is an interesting villain (read: intelligent, not like the other low-ranked elders who jump at every opportunity to get themselves killed).
God dammit Jammin! Thanks to you I started reading two days ago and now I'm at chapter 140 ... it's not like I have to STUDY or something ...
But I have to be honest here about one thing, this is not only for someone who likes/liked Bleach, it's more like something that I've always wanted Bleach to be.
- the fights are short but straight to the point. which makes them a lot more tense and entertaining
- the abilitys and powerleves are not getting of hand (at least 140 chapters in)
- but probably the best thing about it is the social aspect, especially everything involving Rai of course. This is the first time in a real while that a manga/manhwa has made laugh out loud like an idiot