so exiting, love that double spread, we haven't had one in awhile, looks so great!
Be strong, bro...!Gobolatula said:I am in tears.
I'm guessing that we'll be seeing a lot more of every type of Puck! It's a good time to be an elf fan.Walter said:Serious Puck is back.
Same (though I've been waiting about 5 years less).Rhombaad said:I was literally trembling as I read this episode. I've been waiting for this moment for 13 years (I first read the series in 2002, so I haven't been waiting as long as those members who were reading it episodically back in 2001). I can't believe they're actually on Skellig.
Squiddot said:That trio of magic users watching on all look as young as Schierke.
Interesting, so it's possible we may see a time skip with our main characters if the translation is correct. I wonder if Skullknight used the way time works on the island to his advantage at some point in his life.luizao said:Thanks to BigSwerve for this:
I still have a feeling that they'll be in Elfhelm for a while. If that's true there should be a major time-skip on the continent. Not so sure if I like this. When they return, Daiba should be dead. Rickert will be old, Luca will be old, etc. Hoping this was a poor translation or something happens to disrupt the flow of time.luizao said:Thanks to BigSwerve for this:
That translation seems to have a certain amount of inaccuracies, so readers beware. However it's true that time elapses differently on the island.Admiral_Yang_Wen-li said:I still have a feeling that they'll be in Elfhelm for a while. If that's true there should be a major time-skip on the continent. Not so sure if I like this. When they return, Daiba should be dead. Rickert will be old, Luca will be old, etc. Hoping this was a poor translation or something happens to disrupt the flow of time.
Wow! Big thanks to Puella for her hard work. To have any sort of translation on the day of an episode's appearance is a treat indeed!Aazealh said:Exceptionally, because this is a momentous episode, here's a full transcript of what's being said. Keep in mind it's not from the original Japanese, so there might be errors. All the credit goes to puella as usual.
While I wouldn't bet on a huge time skip, I do like it. 20 years later... Griffith Jr is a thing now.Admiral_Yang_Wen-li said:I still have a feeling that they'll be in Elfhelm for a while. If that's true there should be a major time-skip on the continent. Not so sure if I like this.]
Just found this on a celtic website (http://www.celticfolklore.com/) and you're spot on!Aazealh said:Speaking of the symbols, these are a bit different, they feel somewhat celtic-like to me, which is fitting for an island.
Good catch, I thought of whether they'd be too old or young to say what they did and young fits better.Aazealh said:Especially with her peers, who seem as young as she is.
This whole exchange cracked me upMagnifico: By the way, Lord Puck.
Puck: Uh? What do you want Magnifico?
Magnifico: Please, I very politely remind you of what I asked you before.
Magnifico: Are you pretending not to know that? I'll put you on the throne, and you'll cooperate with me.
Puck: Ah! Right, I had forgotten.
Magnifico: Please consider it.
Puck: I'll grant it.
Ivalera: You'll pay dearly.
Isidro: He will.
The fact the publication was irregular for a while isn't important. What matters is that this journey started in volume 22 and that we're now in volume 38. It has spanned more than a third of the series.Lawliet said:As someone who started the manga this year and caught up one week before the monthly releases began (hence skipping all the hiatuses), I can only imagine what you folks are feeling right now.
Yeah, I couldn't help but get stuck on that detail. I was honestly a bit shocked to read that. Is Farnese really that deep in denial? And I didn't think she'd just want to drop off Casca and leave herself, seeing as how they'd become rather emotionally attached.Aazealh said:- Farnese seems to believe Guts wants to drop Casca off and take his leave. No doubt she sees that as her chance to have him for herself. Drama incoming.