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Any way the chap was good no doubt and its good that i am hating that Taek more and more. Wish jin mori can seriously kick his a$$. Not to mention i am waiting for the the training others are putting into to get in an even footing to bear its fruit.
Incidentally what is the gap between successive release? I kind a check all the manga i read in a given day of a week if i can get it i read it if i cant then i wait for the next week so i was not really keen abt the dates (TOG is an exception). But it would be good to know when it comes out, any info regarding it will be appreciated
Last edited by shaheer; January 21, 2013 at 07:57 AM.
Thursday Mornings US time, with a release from mangapirate in the afternoon/early evening US time.
Seriously, what's with all those red noses? Like, go home Bak Mu Jin, you're drunk. And 80% of the people as well.
Or is it cold?
Can't get used to it
Last edited by Razh; January 25, 2013 at 03:23 AM.
nice chap. it seems there will be a semifinal and we will get to see Taek in a formal match finally. We will see the previous match between Park and Taek in the next chap, the whole company is crumbling internally, the gramps didnt take the death lightly or maturedly.
This chapter irked me. Not for the emotion which was conveyed, I understand all of that. The big guy from the 6 is a storm of emotions after losing his company, betrayed by his members, and losing his grandson. The crippled girl is blaming others for her powerlessness, she still feels weak etc
What I didn't like was how the big guy just went along with what the strong Priest from the religious faction said about Park as a certified fact. Why believe him about Park being the Key? Also, what is the point of this tournament anyway. Just to find a key which is supposed to help bring down gods. Why do you even need to take down the gods? Bak Mu-Jin is a smart guy, he didn't take his former friends words about Park being the key as a definite, but why does he want to use Jae-Kal Taek's power? Why isn't he even questioning if he's on their side or not? Also, why would they even need the power of someone like him when all the Judges are clearly stronger than all the contestants?
None of them have gone over the video of the kid in the hospital bed receiving power from the priest guy, or thought it odd how he just transformed.
I know at this current point in the story man of these questions can't be answered, and some will be answered in the future, but these were just smackhead moments for me.
Also, I am not a fan of how Park and Jae-Kal Taek are fighting the semi final round 1v1. I know that Park's team is crippled, but that didn't stop the previous rounds from fighting 1v3 and so on. We know that Park has much history with Jae-Kal Taek, and now he has even more after he crippled his 2 teammates. There has been much foreshadowing of Jin Mo-Ri's teammates facing off with Jae-Kal Taek's teammates, we saw them scuffle with one another before, and we saw them asking for training from the Judges. So most likely the final will come to a big confrontation of Jin Mo-Ri's team vs Jae-Kal Taek's team. Which kind of makes this semi final match pointless to me.
I had a bunch typed out, accidentally pressed backspace and lost it all, so this post isn't nearly as good as the previous one
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Chapter 93 is a boring transition/backstory chapter. Yet again something dumb happens that irks me. They match the damage both fighters start the fight with. They have both lost 30% of their stamina. Why?
The tournament up till now you are supposed to continue on to the next round with whatever injuries you received in the prior rounds. Why do something different and dumb now? Not every fight till now have the fighters been at 100% health.
1 v 1 and matching their HP makes sense if you consider the clinic fight as Ju-Goks and Taek's fault. There has been interference with Mo-Ri's team but it is easy to assume there was no evidence of that interference: Jin's grandpa retrieval was outside of the tournaments knowledge and his choice, Dae-Wi chose to exclude himself from matches by interfering in one, and Mi-Ra's sonic damage can also be included. So basically Jae-Kal is being punished for overreacting in a non-sanctioned match
Got to get Il-Pyo's backstory since he has been built up and about to go down. Agreed LoS, this is all a buildup to the team Jae-Kal vs team Mo-Ri.
New chapter is out http://comic.naver.com/webtoon/detai...96&weekday=fri
Don´t need to know Korean to understand what´s happening. The Key is torturing the long haired guy until he pulls out his ace ability. Apparently, he can absorb other people´s abilities and make them his own, probably by killing them in a certain way. I know that i am late in saying this but honestly, those weird abilities really turn me off. I enjoyed the series much more when it was about martial arts, even if it was unrealistic back then.
This chap pisses me off due to this. It is not a fighting tournament any more its getting retarded.
mixure of pokemon and HSD kenici.
i get the summoning the familiar to aid battle but this is too much
animal summoning to eat the guy and now summoning wizard s and orc like beings what gives !!
This summoned army looks like a bunch of fodder charyeok. Even still hope it is a one off ability as well.
Increasingly unrealistic abilities make characters, already thin to begin with, even harder to understand and care about
i really think that the green haired guy skill is eating up the power of his enemies because when his summon bites the hand of the fox the fox's ears and powers was gone well half of it anyway i really think that he is just using those summons to tire him out and eat all of his powers and use it for himself
This Manhwa jumped the shark once Charyeok was introduced, which is unfortunate because conceptually Charyeok could be pretty cool. As others have mentioned this chapter in particular was just over the top silly, a horde of fodder type extremely goofy and out of place looking Charyeok avatars showing up was too much.
I think every single story about abilities and such always has someone who is a parasite type, who can adopt/steal the ability/power of others.
Thing is that if this is Jae-Kal's ace, his best move, we have already seen all he has to offer. So what would happen in the fight between him and Jin Mo-Ri? I guess that final battle will be interrupted by the Priest organization.
if the green haired dude's team wins that means he is already loss to Jin Mori because Jin didn't even use those summon and just use full strength Jin is not happy that you need some summon to become strong that's why he don't need those at all
this fight is also for the green haired team 100% win because the fox is the only one left on the team and if green haired dude lose there is still 2 members left