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New chapter: http://www.mangabird.com/magi-235
Since the thread was closed of Magi 235, I will post it here.
And I don't know if I'm right but when I saw page 12, it seems that Wahid was the core 'cause he looked at black Illah and reached his hand out and than that black blast thing or whatever it is came out and fell down towards Wahid and black Illah came to the ground to destroy everything.
Sorry for my english, using my mobilephone at the moment (its early morning here xD)
Edit: Moved this and some of the posts from Magi 234 Discussion thread into the Spoilers Thread. You can now continue discussing about it here.
Last edited by AlphaIkaros; August 14, 2014 at 11:10 AM.
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Maybe Sinbad could whisper some advice to Alibaba since he's so good with women
And I don't think Sinbad has any feelings for Kougyoku, or perhaps he wanted to get revenge for what she did when she accused him of taking advantage of her. Yeah I can't see him feeling anything for her other than indifference or even disgust.
Last edited by ladylola; August 14, 2014 at 05:59 AM.
This chapter made me think of the 2nd Tenchi Movie
Last edited by Yvain; August 14, 2014 at 06:29 AM.
After this chapter I would be very intrested in a sorta war of the kings arc like maybe after Alibaba deals with his problem with the Ren family
Still waiting for mangakansou so I can at least understand things better here ;w;
That makes me think that 'cause what Wahid did, Arba knew why she needs an medium to get Illah down in the current world to destroy everything. Seriously, what if Wahid didn't have done that ('cause he probably didn't knew what he was even doing), would things go different? Hm, I really wonder that...
I find it kinda funny that Solomon is back in his sense after Sheba died or he felt that things went all wrong 'cause of the amount of black rukh that went to Illah? Anyway, it seems to me that Solomon is creating the new world or is transferring everything to the new world he created? That's what I'm guessing if I look at the chapter.
Okay, I need the translations. xD
LOL Solomon asked Ugo to create a new world. My theory was right
Last edited by ladylola; August 14, 2014 at 03:12 PM.
Since we have a rought translation now... I think this confirms that the creation of the Medium and the destruction of Alma Toran was kind of an accident, an impromptu action of Wahid to save Falan. Their words seem to imply that they saw the Black Rukh as a tool to destroy Solomon, nothing more.
Arba, however, is bonkers and probably sees the destruction of Alma Toran as a positive; at the very least, she doesn't care sh*t what happens to the world.
It's nice to see that Falan, Wahid and Ithnam weren't completely evil people and still cared for each other. I wonder why Falan and Ithnam keep working with Arba after the destruction of Alma Toran. If their purpose was revenge, you would think killing Sheba and destroying Solomon's Utopia would suffice.
Solomon acknowledges that he messed big time, and doesn't even look surprised. He probably knew how his teammates would react to what he did, and that was the reason he didn't stop to speak it with them before doing it. He probably thought that even if they hated him, they couldn't do anything too bad with their diminished power.
His mistake was to think that Arba's love and respect for him would outweigh her anger over the murder of her God, and would join Sheba and Ugo. Arba far was better prepared than Ugo and Sheba to handle the fallout of his decision, but she chose to oppose him instead.
By the way, Solomon, mentioning "Il Illah’s will" was probably a bad idea... that will enrage Arba even more, if that's possible.
Last edited by Yvain; August 14, 2014 at 03:46 PM.
Well I'm really curious now about the fate of Falan, Ithnan and of course Arba. Did they die at the end at the hands of Solomon, or did they continue to live and discarded their bodies(beings made of thoughts) to go to the new world? If Ugo somehow creates a new world(with or without the help of Solomon) then it's possible that Al Thamen thought that their mission wasn't finished, especially Arba who wanted to be reunited with Illah above everything else. But how she managed to convince the others to do her biding I don't know. Going to the new world and trying to destroy will look like being hateful more than anything else.
That spread with Solomon and Arba facing each other is gold, a work of art.
so solomon decides to come back after his wife died and everything was in ruin?
idk but I need an elaboration on this, why didn't he just return right away after he became a god?!