man, i hate that it is going really slow magician right now but i'm crazy to see what is coming up next and how iremi is going to act after knowing the true of her power while enzu will try to become even more powerful to protect eremi..
Yea....you can say these are empty threats but I'm starting to think Edermask not only is an asshole will do anything to predict I forget her name...but yea so he can kill Janus and I don't like it. His character hasn't fleshed enough and we're missing so much that's happened to him in eight years that it doesn't add up to his character in a good way.
I personally don't. I think he means every word and is rapidly approaching his moral event horizon.
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I'm glad they're not dragging out the meeting of the monster. This chapter confirms either Edermask used to be cold or always is. As to why he wants to use the kids or back to his old self completely is probably due to Janus. Enzu is the only one who has his guard up that it's truly sad. He went from a Guts like character to me to half griffith. I wish we knew more about his history with Janus.
i really feel that the monster will come with them because the monster can boost mana just being around with it and Janus will troll them again killing the monster and eating the monster's heart becoming strong again
Last edited by kidopitz27; April 02, 2014 at 05:25 AM.
I dont get it why do every time i see iremis action it makes me want to smack the day lights out of her. Her character and ourburst as a whole srsly pisses me off, now more than ever since she started the lovey dovey domestic squabble kinda attitude she is oozing off with Eldermask.
Btw Enzu is realizing the plan of Eldermask is that it? Why didnt Enzu accompany Eldermask and the gang?Is he acting like a trump card of some sort like if the monks try to seal the guys he would stop them from outside or sth?I am kinda am displaced a bit so if some one can fill me in with a plausible explanation from the past chaps it might be helpful.
Last edited by shaheer; April 02, 2014 at 05:47 AM.
If I understand things right. Basically, the monks used Iremi's interruption to prepare a countermeasure for Eldermask. So they'll let him in to see it but if he tries anything funny all those monks are going to seal him up. I think everybody, but the monks, played off what he said as a bluff. And Eldermask admitted what he said was at least partially untrue but at the same time he's hiding something from the others about what he said.
It's probably going to be confusing like this until the whole situation explodes, which shouldn't take long.
Last edited by Jammin; April 03, 2014 at 08:21 PM.
I know it's too much to ask but I hope Enzu dies.
LOL since we are being overt about our dissatisfaction here goes mine
i hope iremi dies and then ends up in hell. Then eldermask becomes a side character while Enzu becomes like Kenshin ie wanderer and the story continues
ne way not happening
I suppose if I could make everything go my way... Eldermask would steal the heart of that monster become an even bigger monster than Janus. Enzu will finally say enough is enough and step up to stop him backed up by the others except Iremi who will have a mental breakdown again. As the fight goes on Marie and Blondie get killed along with one of the other pair. The Red Eyed guy maybe?
After they are driven into a corner and it looks like monster Eldermask is unbeatable, Iremi loses her shit completely. Shatters her seal and forces Eldermask to escape. Then, half out of her mind, disappears/burns herself out.
Leaving Enzu to pick up what's left of his group to either go find Iremi or find someway to glue the shards of her psyche back together while Eldermask begins his war against Janus.
The important things to me are..
- Eldermask goes evil(er) to gain power (Similar to Naraku or Griffith)
- Enzu is forced to step up his game and take charge
- Iremi breaks down so she can be reforged without this fangirl crap.
- Marie dies, so I don't have to think about how little sense her motivation makes.