Nanatsu no Taizai 208 Chapter - I'm seriously wondering why Elizabeth couldn't sense that pile of magic in the middle of the forest when it seems Gloxinia and the other Commandments, who weren't even near the forest, could. That makes no sense to me and is a weak "excuse" for Elizabeth, and Mel for that matter. And the fact that she wouldn't believe that Ludociel would kidnap Demons despite the fact that she literally just learned that he wanted to exterminate them is terrible as well. She is the weakest point in this chapter. Except her getting smacked up by Derriere. I liked that. The Demons are justified in their hatred of Mel and Elizabeth. True they were ignorant of the circumstances (They shouldn't have been, but the plot dictated it), it's still not a good look to be on the team who commits genocide.

Fairy Tail 524

Nanatsu no Taizai 208

One Piece 857

My Hero Academia 128

Boruto 10

Shokugeki no Soma 204
Manga-Swap is your best place to read free and fresh Fairy Tail 524 manga, Be sure to check this page again to see the anticipated Fairy Tail 524 release. - Gray. Gray's suicide ore resolve Tbh i didn't put so much concern about Gray's trump card since the very beginning because it was forced as hell to parallel him with Natsu and to give him relevance against Zeref. Pretty obvious when Mashima recycled Ice shell and it was very predicted too cuz he has nothing compared to Igneel leftovers. Gray here used ice shell as a redemption because he tried to kill Natsu, Sacrificing himself and existence so Natsu can live without the need to defeat Zeref. Gray's resolve to sacrifice himself and erase his existence wasn't good tbh because as he said his life doesn't belong to him alone ( Ur sacrificed her life for him and Juvia almost died to save him ) that being said, Gray still got many points from me this chapter, I liked when he let the revenge idea go and conceded Natsu as Natsu. At least he redeemed himself and his relation with Natsu became stronger and that's the point of the whole Gray's trump card it played as device to strengthening their bond.


August (オーガスト Ōgasuto) is the general and strongest male member of the Alvarez Empire's Spriggan 12, the protection guard of Emperor Spriggan. He's epitheted "Magic King" (魔導王 Madō Ō) for his mastery of countless Magics from all around the world and "Disaster" (災害 Saigai) for his matchless strength. August is a relatively tall, fair-skinned, still quite well-toned old man with blackish eyes and roughly shoulder-length, wavy, silvery white hair, with the majority of his bangs swept leftward. He has a short mustache, and a lengthy, mildly thin beard that reaches down to his upper torso, shoots up towards the mouth in large spikes, and links to his main hair via sideburns. Additionally, he has thick eyebrows, a pronounced nose bridge, and high cheekbones. August's many facial wrinkles evidence his advanced age, most prominently those on his forehead and below his lower eyelids, and his laugh lines. He also has a dark tattoo consisting of a thick dot surrounded by two circles on the back of his left hand, and two straight lines going from the circles' bottom end down the front of his forearm.
As for clothing, August sports a long, light-colored robe consisting of two major pieces: a long garment that reaches past his knees, with a tattered bottom edge and intricately designed linings on the ends of its sleeves, including a line of dark lozenges, and a shorter, more billowing garment above it, over only his chest area. The longer garb is kept tied together with a thin light girdle made of a seemingly rope-like material. An externally and internally dark-colored cape is additionally above both parts of the robe, jutting out in sharp, more elongated lozenge-shaped spikes around the back of his head, also having a tattered bottom edge, having the Alvarez Empire's symbol emblazoned on its back, and being kept in its place by a long, less wide cloth tied around it and August's neck, which in turn is held fast by a spherical dark clip. Finally, a dark ring on his right middle finger and plain dark high boots complete the outfit.

Befitting his oldness, August's demeanor is among the more cool and stern of Zeref's Shields, rarely expressing strong emotions; he quickly settled down after seeing God Serena being slain up close. Wise and often speaking cryptic, Brandish μ, herself a Shield, also labeled him the wisest of Zeref's Shields. Additionally, despite his status as one of the world's strongest, he's also aware of and accepts his limits, saying to another Shield that they, together, still had no chance of defeating Acnologia himself (whereas the strongest female of the Spriggan 12, Irene Belserion, sanguinely dared confronting the Dragon King all by her lonesome).

Whereas, according to Jacob Lessio, August is truly "bad news", lacking the barest sense of humor; he's very gentle by word of Brandish, reportedly the easiest one to talk things out with among the Spriggan 12, a statement later proven well-founded. In fact, August's mellow bearing is such that, regarding enemies, he told God Serena to desist from killing, of all people, the helpless four then-strongest of Ishgar's Wizard Saints, and wanted to grant Mirajane Strauss a quick demise by shooting through her heart; regarding comrades, he cares much for and is protective at least of fellow Shields, saying that it's a terrible thing to lose a comrade after having saved Ajeel Ramal (possibly his life) from Laxus Dreyar, asking if Jacob is still alive after the latter had gone on ahead to fight Fairy Tail, and saying that the dead God Serena remains inside his heart. He also rightfully deduced that Brandish stabbing him wasn't voluntary, consequently putting her asleep rather than hurting her in return. August has even shown his distaste for barbaric cruelty set upon enemies, as he was disgusted witnessing Irene torture Mirajane. Even after defeating Crime Sorcière, rather than killing them, he chose to let them live.

Besides, the elder's loyalty to Zeref (whom he reverently addresses as "Your Majesty", unlike Ajeel's informal behavior, but more casual than Invel's interaction with Zeref) is proven to be near inflexible, considering himself and his colleagues Zeref's pawns only, and likewise reminding Brandish of their dedication of their minds, bodies, and very souls to their emperor, while at first brushing aside Brandish's inability to find meaning in Alvarez's war against Ishgar as her betrayal as an enemy whom he ought to eliminate (in spite of knowing Brandish from her childhood days). And yet, he acknowledges the need for even Zeref to have the infinite Magic Power of Fairy Heart in order to kill Acnologia.

Additionally, Brandish managed to initially convince him into first listening to what Fairy Tail had to say to him rather than immediately proceeding with the plan of obtaining Fairy Heart, by imploring him to understand the senselessness and malevolence of the bloodshed that was their war with Ishgar, and that Fairy Tail wasn't evil (although the fact that seeing Natsu Dragneel seemingly reminded him of something might have also played into that). Then, though, when Mest Gryder used Brandish to attempt to kill him, he instantly decided on utterly annihilating the Fairy Tail members confronting him. As the general of the Spriggan 12, August takes his position seriously, as he reprimanded Irene for ignoring their orders to meet up with their emperor, and gave an intense glare at Larcade Dragneel, for always skipping meetings. August believes that light and darkness do not defy the concept of good and evil, and he believes that true justice in the world lies between love.

Magical Intuition: Lauded as the supreme "Magic King" both past and present, August is rumored to have effortless control over every single element of Magic there is, even possessing more types of Magic than Zeref himself.

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