Chapter 24 is out, time for Silky.
Don't underestimate the appeal of axolotls.
Yeah, it makes sense now, but it still was kind of unexpected.
The author just knows how to toy with my heart, going from despair to this in a few pages.
And that's it, thanks to the Maigo guys as always.
I miss jealous kuudere Chise and playboy Ainsworth
So, is he just some spirit that tried to turn himself human and fucked up?
Damn, this nigga is BASED. Such a bro.
Also, I like the fact that all these supernaturals have their own communities and actively interact with each other.
I'm just glad that the bad "bishounen reverse-harem" vibes I got from this part are gone.
Chise is only allowed to cuddle Bones-sensei
>Ainsworth turns human
>Chise ruinites with her dad and brother
>Ainsworth sends Chise back in time to have her born not as a Slay Vega, realizing this is the only way to save her, even if she never meets him (because he learns to love). But then she's like STOP!
>Chise becomes immortal and they watch humans throughout eternity
>Chise gives birth to half-skeleton zombie babies
>they're both turned into trees
yea but when i read manga like Ciel - The last autumn story, theres something that keeps me reading even though its not action packed at all. I guess it would be the characters and the relationship.
But the characters in the chapters i read felt really stale and there was no tension at all in their relationship. It felt like the MC was just letting things happen and she was just going along for the ride.
That was a comfy chapter.
Silky is surprisingly moe.
/his/ just had a thread on this. People in the Middle Ages generally didn't get married until 18 unless you were living in bumfuck nowhere or were arranging some kind of political power play with your marriage. On the whole, the average age for consummation and childbirth was 18-21, with anything younger than that looked down upon for putting the mother at risk. Especially at ages 13-14. Pedophilia has always been seen as deviant and dengerous.
We will get there sooner or later. The manga is selling so the author doesn't need to worry about rushing anything and a magic school is a good choice for expanding the setting.
>political power play
Recent scholarship, focusing on the issuance of marriage certificates by the Catholic Church, proves that most women married in and around their twenties, so long as they weren't noblewomen who tended to marry much younger and/or much later. Working-class women didn't spend their childhoods having sex; they were on the farms and in the fields. It's just a patriarchal stereotype reinforced by biased authors like Shakespeare that young girls got married.