They mentioned him training beforehand, there was a reasonable timeskip, and people talked about his muscle gain as well.
Also it was awesome and didn't feel out of place with his character, so no.
About as far from an asspull as you can get since we saw him mention he was developing it and then saw him training to use it, on top of it being a simple and natural extension of his power.
there could have been a better timeskip power upgrade, but it wasn't very asspull-ish.
the only thing I found particularly BS was that Sami's health was fated to decline again even if the knights won, even if that's like half the premise.
As cool as it was when first used, it didn't have the impact later since his enemies were already tired and then he was tired after fighting them for the next fight, so it didn't give him a huge advantage.
did she actually get a wish herself or not?
considering how much she had to fight it was bullshit if shit didn't, but I can't remember her needing anything remotely close in importance to fixing her disease.
First time reading it. FUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
The last few chapters are so fucking great.
The explanation was, during the year she was operating in the game, her disease was put on hold. This gave her an extra year of life that she wouldn't have otherwise had. That extra year gave her mom enough time to discover the cure to her disease, which she had spent years and years working towards.
It was kind of bullshit, but it makes a certain amount of sense.
Samidare. Read it.
Is Mikazuki /ourguy/ ?
because Mizukami is a simple, crazy-ish motherfucker
why do i keep making that typo
He could've become /fit/ right at this point