http://blusashi.ytmnd.com/Uriel said:Eiffel 65 and Musashi in the same post...
I'll never again forgive.
Edit - THAT IS A FALSE PIXEL.
Regardless of your English capabilities, it's not okay to assume ignorance and ask for translations. Just don't do it, please.Ninus said:Boys .. sorry, but you know how much time out between translations?
In this episode, there are so many obscure points by revealing that I do not have the + waiting!
Oh, I also rhyme ..
Of course its a farce, do you know anything about the anti-christ or what?JK said:Looks like a slow build up previous to the battle.
In a way it's a bit frustrating to see Griffith taking so much time of the story, because we all know how it's going to end: with him as King of Midland. The only thing I'm unsure about is the fate of Ganishka.
Since reincarnating, Griffith's actions have been kinda unsurprising. I mean, he's absolute and there's no way he can fail. Hell, he doesn't need an army of apostles or anything else than his ungodly powers, and he's just playing around as if he were the same old Griffith. But he's not, which makes his quest to take Midland a farce very predictable to the readers.
But hey, maybe Ganishka slays him and becomes the new villain