|Hakuryuu: "Mom, why did you turn in to a crazy bitch?"|
|Judar's lack of magic has reduced him to being a mere cheerleader.|
|You may have hurt the woman I love, but son, I'm proud of you.|
Hello, gore and goodbye my sanity! I was not prepared for this amount of cruelty in Magi, which is admittedly my fault. I should've expected it, especially when Gyokuen's faith was being questioned. And the beauty of what Gyokuen did to the Generals (please don't kill me) is not leveraged on just the amount of blood spilled, but it was the combination of gore and Gyokuen's fixation on her God that is simply a wet dream come true for me.
There is just something so romantic about the way she takes an extremist position on her faith to Ill-Ilah that drove her to brutally stab the Generals' ears and eyes. And I know I've talked about how her bloodlust and religion is so appealing to me from a writer's perspective, and I probably wont stop talking about it until she dies later so bear with me. So for now, I just wanna enjoy this fanservice of gore withenough blood to excite a cannibal.
Speaking of cannibals, I'm so proud of Hakuryuu. Last chapter, he got frenched and in this one, he countered that with a kiss on his mother's neck with his teeth. I didn't think Hakuryuu was capable of doing something that nasty, and I was genuinely shocked as I thought I was reading SnK or Tokyo Ghoul for a minute, But why the throat, though? Why not somewhere else? Maybe he just wanted to shut her up since she was yapping about their lack of faith, which is both beautiful and understandable.
But I do have to admit that the Generals and Hakuryuu, all three, going at Gyokuen is not exactly the fairest thing. And I know that there's no established rule that dictates so, but I just think it's a bit unfair. I'm not being biased because it's Gyokuen, and I'll probably say that same thing if it's Hakuryuu in Gyokuen's position. Three (plus one cheerleader) against one is a bit dirty, but you know what. Gyokuen is strong. She's had thousands of years of practice so I'm going to not make this an issue.
I'm also a bit confused if Hakuryuu had cast Belial's magic on both the Generals back in Chapter 247, because from what I saw in this chapter, he seems to have not done so and the Generals simply didn't do anything because Hakuryuu told them not to. That's what I understood when they said, "We did not do anything, just as you said" anyway. If this is the case, the Generals may have changed their minds after Hakuryuu's speech he gave to them. But I know Hakuryuu did some shit with his eyes that left the Generals in some sort of a stupefied mode, that may indicate the use of Belial's magic or just a romantic stare. I'm confused.
Also, on an unrelated note, if you wanna read my theory of the Origin Dragon and the world that may have existed before Alma Torran, read this. I posted it on my tumblr, but I would've written it in one of my reviews if I had the chance.
|For Hakuryuu and his new found kink.|
|"Oh, I'm proud of you, son!"|
Also, she now has an ask.fm and tumblr. Here's your chance to harass her.Micha likes to broadcast her terrible drawing skills to the world on her DeviantArt account and talks about her life long ambition of making Yakushi Kabuto a woman, on her Skype; michasucks. Yes, with the dot. She will also respond to e-mails on her firstname.lastname@example.org because Amber forces her to.