Necron, welcome to the world of Noblesse! I don't like Bleach at all, but Noblesse is completly different. It's my favourite series...
Jammin, you are impressive just like Frankenstein^^ (Remember the scene where he manipulates everyone in his house?)
@phio_chan: LOL! It's really impressive that people even manage to evacuate a whole city in minutes, and that too with the help of hardly 5-10 people.
Rai's selfish desire to have an ordinary life has destroyed the peaceful lives of thousands of koreans, if not millions. I wonder what will Rai do when he realizes that thousands of people are homeless because of him
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I am wondering why the current Clan Leaders are weaker than the previous ones or the traitors.
Since the power of the previous Clan Leader is transfered into the Soul Weapon then the current Clan Leader should have his own power plus the one from the previous. Whereas without the Soul Weapon the previous ones are stronger because the lived longer, more experience etc.
Previous Clan Leader has a power of 10 without using his Soul Weapon. Let's say his SW has a power of 20. This makes a total power of 30.
After he dies his power of 10 gets added to his SW -> SW = 30.
Current Clan Leader has a power of 6 without using his Soul Weapon and with his SW 36.
Murim: Maybe because current clan leaders needs some experience, before they can use SW at their full potential. But since they don't have enough fighting opportunities (i mean real battles), it doesn't matter, how strong they are, if they can't utilize their powers at maximum of their potential.
Potentially, every new clan leader has potential to be stronger than the previous one.
Current ones just lacks experience ...
I honestly think Crombel will be the final villain, lol. Like 0Xellos said, he's a long-term enemy. What makes him interesting is because of his mind. He doesn't have underlings, frankly speaking, but he knows how to use the others to get what he wants. And also because these "underlings" are so not in the exact same level as him. Even the traitors-nobles and werewolf (so far) didn't seem to have similar interest with him. If I can guess he's planning on taking over the Union for himself, adapting the power of nobles and werewolves for humanity, and become the best.
But yeah, I'm also curious to actually see Crombel in action. I mean, who doesn't?
And I have a question, a stupid one but a question nonetheless,
- What in the world do the Clan leaders do all scrunched up in that little island?
So far I've seen Ludis reading a book (which is hardly a way to spend centuries of your life) and the clan leaders seem to be able to leave when they please. If I was cooped up in an island for thousands of years with no wifi or signals, I would go insane and force eternal sleep upon myself.
Might as well take up science and cure cancer.
The nobles are staying at that island to keep themselves a secret, right? Well, Union knows about them, that's true, but no other human (is supposed to) know. I remember it was also my question long time ago, about where other nobles are (I mean, are all nobles clan leaders? There must be others.) and what they're doing there while not investigating things because they seem to live a long, long time. That makes me wonder if they've ever lived more carefree than they currently are.
And what do they do when not investigating?
Observe the stock market of course. They need cash to run their island you know.
Perhaps Lukedonia is a self sufficient island. It looks at if they only need to fund food and shelter since clothes just appear out of nowhere. (not to mention no electronics!)
I just don't see clan leaders making small talk over tea.
And what "business" does Rajak have, to go outside? Did Lukedonia run out of groceries?