Fairy Tail 306 Breakdown!! Freezing memories of victory.

The fated battle begins.

Greetings, Fairy Tail fans!!

This week’s chapter focused entirely on the battle of the Ice- and Memory- Makers, Gray and Rufus. That means there isn’t much to talk about, so this breakdown will be quite short.

Still, there are a few interesting things we can discuss, starting with Rufus’s magic.

Rufus is so broken.

Memory Make is really overpowered. Rufus can memorize almost any magic he sees and use it against his opponent, even combining different spells for devastating results. He can also “forget” the things he has memorized, making his enemy’s magic disappear.

Because of the disadvantage Gray has against Rufus, Mavis didn’t want them to fight, but the Ice mage yearned to make up for the first day’s loss, believing in Nakama power the power of emotions.

Figuring out Memory Make’s weakness, Gray creates so many blades so quickly that Rufus can’t memorize them.

Gray stole Erza’s Requip for this spell. 😛

Gray’s magic has vastly improved thanks to Second Origin. The speed and power of his Ice Make is amazing and his creations are way more elaborate than they were seven years ago.

Moving on, even after being hit by Gray’s Unlimited: One Sided Chaotic Dance, Rufus isn’t done for and proceeds to use the Fire Magic that defeated Eve in one hit, thinking that it will be too much for his opponent. Shockingly, Gray forces his way through the flames, remarking that he has memorized stronger flames (Natsu’s) and destroying Rufus with his Ice Bringer.

Gray putting on Rufus’s hat is hilarious.

I’m not sure what to think of this fight. I wish it had lasted more than one chapter because Rufus has been hyped up to be a very powerful wizard. I wanted to see more of his magic and I think it would have been better if Gray had struggled more. I have to admit that his magic was epic, though.

What do you think? Did you like the fight?

Well, that’s it for me. Next week’s chapter is called “The Legion of Hungry Wolves” so it will probably deal with Lucy and the others trying to escape from Pitfall Palace. It’ll be a nice change of pace from the Grand Magic War’s final fights. ^^

I bet Juvia almost died from nosebleed because of this fight. X______X

-最強 Dragon


~ by 最強 Dragon on November 3, 2012.

7 Responses to “Fairy Tail 306 Breakdown!! Freezing memories of victory.”

  1. It’s out surprisingly early!!

  2. Just the sheer awesomeness of the picture of Gray above, blows my mind. That’s some pretty amazing Ice Make.

  3. Makes you wonder about if Erza is still holding back when you see what Gray is capable of.

  4. now it feels like sabertooth only got to the top because fairy tail was weakened. had the whole team of fairy tail been there sabertooth would be just another guild

  5. This was a good chapter and I reckon the next few will be just as good. It’s satisfying to see Fairy Tail finally put Sabertooth in their place.

    As for the pace of the fight, I know you said it felt short to you, but I’m glad it was only one chapter. If we’re going to see a lot of one-on-one battles in a row, then they can’t be too long otherwise this one event would take a good 20 chapters to complete. 20 chapters = 4 months just for one event. At least this way, it’ll only take just over a month to get through all the battles in this event, give or take a week. To me, that seems reasonable.

    Also, when battles are too drawn out, they become boring.

    Anyway, thanks for the breakdown Dragon.

  6. You’re right, Tenrai! I hadn’t thought about that.
    I still hope Mashima will make the more important fights longer, though. Like Erza vs Minerva and Laxus vs Orga. The fight against Kagura and Jura should also last more than the others, considering how strong they are.

  7. So lector is still alive. I wonder what happens if Minerva is taken out first?

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