Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest Volumes 11 and 12 Assessment

With Quantity 10 of Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest having introduced the multiverse arc to its conclusion, it’s time for the collection to maneuver into a brand new storyline. With two new volumes of the manga in hand, let’s discover out what’s in retailer! 

Quantity 11 opens with scenes of the Moon Dragon God Selene taking up the Diabolos guild (an enemy guild trying to make use of the Dragon Gods for a nefarious plan) and commanding the seven strongest members to tackle a particular quest for her. In the meantime, Natsu and his get together pay a go to to Elefseria, who’s the final remaining member of the very first mage guild, Magia Dragon, and the one who despatched them on the 100-Yr Quest to start with. 

Upon reuniting with Elefseria, the group inform him all about their challenges going through the Dragon Gods thus far, however earlier than they will get a touch as to the place to go subsequent, Elefseria is alerted to a disaster. Diabolos’ get together has invaded the Nice Labyrinth which is house to Elefseria’s coronary heart (having been eaten by a Dragon God whose stays lie within the labyrinth). So now it’s as much as Natsu’s get together to place a cease to the group earlier than they will discover what they search! 

Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest Volumes 11 and 12 Assessment

The rest of Quantity 11 after which the whole lot of Quantity 12 happen on this maze of a labyrinth. Selene has made a sport out of the entire scenario, teleporting group Fairy Tail inside and separating them from one another. It’s a race to see who can get to the center first, mixed with a possibility to observe members of the 2 groups battle towards one another and show who’s stronger. 

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Since Diabolos’ get together has seven members, Selene is even sort sufficient to summon Luxus and Gajeel to even out the numbers for group Fairy Tail. That is additionally good for us readers since each characters are fan favourites and we haven’t seen both of them for the reason that Wooden Dragon arc which occurred over Volumes 4 to 7. Though Gajeel’s inclusion does really feel a bit wasted as Luxus, Lucy, Wendy and Erza steal the highlight with regards to the fights we see in these two books. Gajeel has but to be allowed to battle anybody from Diabolos himself.  

Halfway by way of Quantity 12, Selene is compelled to convey her sport to a halt when the Fireplace Dragon God Ignia seems searching for the center for himself. Selene doesn’t need the center falling into his palms, given it incorporates secrets and techniques on a strong historical weapon and he or she races to the scene within the hopes of stopping him. In the meantime, Natsu is keen for a rematch with Ignia and likewise needs to cease his plans and is even prepared to work with Diabolos briefly to make it occur. 

Similar to the earlier arc, one of many good issues about this storyline is that Natsu continues to take extra of a backseat whereas Lucy and Wendy proceed to be given character growth and enhance their battle capabilities. The labyrinth can also be a extra pure extension of this quest than a few of the different arcs we’ve seen thus far, significantly the multiverse storyline from Volumes 8-10.

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Maybe most significantly of all, it appears that evidently all of the items are actually in play. It’s changing into clear what Selene, Ignia and Diabolos hope to perform by utilizing the Dragon God’s powers. There are nonetheless plenty of questions, significantly since we haven’t seen Ignia or Diabolos for some time, so readers are unlikely to recollect or have had the chance to come back to grips with their motivations. 

Nonetheless, it appears like Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest is beginning to come collectively in a manner it wasn’t earlier than. Lately it has felt like creator Hiro Mashima was getting distracted by different concepts he wished to include, however in these two books we’ve gone again to the fundamentals and that has labored within the collection’ favour. 

Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest Volumes 11 and 12 come to the West because of Kodansha and proceed to be translated by Kevin Steinbach with lettering by Phil Christie. Each releases learn effectively with no issues to notice. Quantity 13 of the collection is at the moment scheduled for an English launch in July after which #14 in October. 

General, these two new volumes of Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest kickstart a brand new storyline that brings all the key gamers collectively, in addition to bringing in two fan-favourite Fairy Tail guild members. So far as the beginning of a brand new arc goes, there’s nothing to complain about right here and positively lots to get pleasure from. 

Our overview copies from Kodansha had been equipped by Diamond Ebook Distributors UK. 

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