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Last edited by Jammin; December 10, 2012 at 11:40 AM.
Chapter is out http://comic.naver.com/webtoon/detai...62&weekday=tue Someone should translate this
Last edited by xhondoe; December 10, 2012 at 10:01 AM.
so did T&T power up or rai only save them
He probably boosted their power like he temporarily did t M-21 a while back. When M-21 asked Rai to do the same for M-24 it was said that it would be a risk to him so that's probably it.
3 elder r coming 5,7,8 so why do u think they dont send 6,9,13 i mean now it war against nobles so if they wanted to send 3 elder they could have send 8,9,13 . did anyone think elder 5 is old clanleader
Crombel is seen as a scientist only and the 9th is also favored for his scientific ability. 5 should prove or disprove if all 6 traitors are in the Union and will probably be the one to identify Frankenstein if he is.
You'd think that the Union would cease with this arrogant approach to these incidents. First they send one Elder, he ends up dead with much unknown. They send two, they end up dead even faster than the first, with not much information. So now they send three. These incremental increases in effort to resolve the matter would seem to be ineffective. Do none of these other Elders have subordinates? Are they so ready to die? I'm looking forward to seeing what these Elders are capable of. I'm curious about the 6th Elder. 13 and 9 are known as scientists, so those two being skipped is reasonable. I wonder what reason they had for skipping to 5.
So, Rai's no longer going to just be the answer with a blood field at the end, which is nice. It does seem as if Rai may be on the way out soon, however. I'll be curious to see what Tao and Takeo look like now that they've become contracted.
I don't even know what to think about the Union at this point. So, you send one elder, then two, and then three? Unless the 5th, 7th, and 8th Elders are drastically stronger than the ones who came before, what's going to change?
You know what? I think I like seeing the latest manhwa chapters more than the latest manga chapters!
I hope now that Tao and Takeo's powers are boosted, Rai's Knights can get into some cool action, and some serious opponents. Obviously, Siera can handle an Elder, no problem. And Frankenstein can handle at least 2 elders at once.
So now, what about Regis? I think it'd be interesting to see him fight an elder, maybe with the help of Tao, Takeo, and M-21.
So why was the 6th elder skipped over the mission? Maybe he's a spy who is still in Lukedonia or something?
By the way, when are Han Shinwoo and the others going to be involved in the story again??? I hope they start pulling their weight in this story pretty soon...
Shinwoo and the others are never going to be involved. The people who wanted them to become a big part of the story always confused me. It was made clear from the beginning that without them being experimented on or Rai giving them powers, they'd never go anywhere. Seeing as Franky's group was against the KSA modifying Shinwoo and the others, it's not happening.
I think it's been thematically forshadowed for quite a while. The previous lord basically layed out the idea that Lukedonia needs to "adapt" to a new human controlled world. The 6 traitors basically are trying to control it through the Union. Something which represents the worst of humanity and nobles alike. In a story like this the worst of something is rarely introduced without also giving us a sample of the best. Franky, Tao, Takeo, and M-21 all don't work for this because they have labeled themselves as knights and, in Franky's case, a servant. Plus, none of their origins are particularly "human".
Shin Woo and the gang are a group of normal humans who accept Raizel as an equal. This perception of equal status makes anything they would do on behalf of Raziel, Seira, or Regis that much more impact-full.
I doubt they will ever be modified or anything like that, though contracts with a few clan leaders wouldn't surprise me; but I do believe the time is coming when Raizel won't have enough power to protect what he has come to love and a human, and a friend, will protect what no longer can.
Shin Woo wasn't made such an absurdly strong fighter for no reason.
Last edited by Jammin; December 10, 2012 at 03:33 PM.
I don't think things will go as well as so far. Those elders must be pretty much stronger than the previous elders,
just take a look at the confidence they showed looking forward to entering into battle despite of knowing how easily
they have been wiped out.
I think some of the elders could be traitors clan leaders with enhanced power or which have been experimented on,
which would make them even mightier.
I disagree, I just think of Shinwoo and the others as padding characters, Shinwoo just happened to be a human blessed
Many people are demaning more protagonism for these characters, but I think they'll keep being normal humans since is not
their fate to be involved in nobles matters.
That's true, Jammin, as we've had this discussion many times (and I don't expect you to magically join my side on this argument), and until the day comes that Shinwoo and company level up, I'll keep thinking that your human-supporting side are a bit off their rockers. :P
It's quite interesting to see how this Shinwoo issue divides Noblesse fans though.
Last edited by FrostyMouse; December 10, 2012 at 04:23 PM.
As for the humans, I guess we'll see in the long term.
In the short term I don't see them as padded, just not quite ready to play their main part. Even as they are, they are Raizel's reason for staying in South Korea. The thing that has kept him there and the thing he doesn't want to leave is his life at school with Shin Woo and the others. They are his motivation and connection to the human world.
The way the issues produces such different opinions is great. It's not every day in a comic that the main character dying is not only a possibility but a seemingly unavoidable reality. Especially one as popular as Raizel.