Kingdom is on break until the 6th of August.
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Thanks for the chapter! =o)
Gentlemen, thank you very much. You’re the best!
At the very last page and conversation. She calls him “my dear”. Who is she?? MotherQueen?
Thank you for good work..
one of the women always around ryufui in the past. remember that time he plot with Rishi while playing around with a girl? i think it was in the middle of his coup. Happen several times before that, he tended to be surounded by girls when he was at his home
To add to previous answer, you misread it a bit. It wasn`t she, who called him “my dear”, but he who called them “my dears”, it also indicates that there was more than one woman with him. In fact those two speech balloons in the middle of last panel belonged to different women.
Thank you as always!
Anyway know if the break is related to health reasons at all? Or if it was planned?
He need time for the next arc. We are probably starting a new campaign.
That’s when the author is the most busy
Its related to several holidays, not sickness or planning related. Weird how people guess/lie. Absent is the whole jump magazine.
Weekly Young Jump Release Schedule
Issue #33•34: July 16th –> Chapter 648
Magazine Break due to Marine Day
Issue #35: July 30th –> Absent
Issue #36•37: Aug 06th –> Chapter 649
Magazine Break due to Obon Festival
Issue #38: Aug 20th –> Chapter 650 (TBD)
Ryoufui has a point… and I wonder if he’s hinting where the story goes? Everyone keeps saying how much it’ll cost, personally, for Sei and the generals to unite the kingdom…
Zhao’s so in tatters, if you think about it, in a way, this is the easy part…
(What happens when they hit Badass generals backed by a competent state? Shin needs to power up fast)
the thing is…not many states can do it.
Chu royal family is super fragil and stand on a lie.
Wei and Han are severely weakened and can’t hold against Qin number without help from other states for long
Qi don’t want to fight it out and by the time Qin reach them, they would already control a big part of china anyway (and so can rise many large armys of conscripts)
Only Yan seems to match your criterias perfectly.
Chu could do it if the people at the top don’t get poisoned and the secret stay hidden
All good points, made me think (thanks, lol)
First, a counter-point: Shin alone has taken a huge chunk out of the ranks of Zhao’s general. We focus so much on riboku being strong, it can get lost just how many zhao brass has died so far. I think they’ve lost like 6 -8
Qin only has so many generals… to Ryofui’s point, they wont just be able to conquer someone and leave. Pacifying/subjugation armies will be needed.
My point is, the more states they take, the thinner they’ll be stretched…
But ya, only Chu and Yan are scary. Chu had a lot of talent and a lot of soldiers…
Am I the only one who thinks Ei Sei’s psychology is kinda fractured? I mean “People are light” doesn’t really go well with the elitist Legalism
What is three state going to war?
So the next chapter comes at the 75th anniversary of Hiroshima? I hope Hara does not drop a bomb on us.
Just a nice father and son moment
Didnt the author take an one-month break not that long ago? Now a three-weeks one? Mmmm…
Breaking news: The reason for the Kingdom delay
You joke, but only the greatest merchants in history were able to master the extremely difficult art of beard calligraphy
This break is boring, so i’m gonna start an argument lol
In defense of Shin (not being a TOTAL idiot):
First, an aside, his importance: kyoukai was their first strategist, she left, Ten (eventually) replaced her. If Ten died or left, Shin would be bummed, Mouki or another strategist would replace her, and everything would continue on
If Shin dies, the unit ceases all function.
Therefor, he is truly the leader, no question.
Also, he was a slave… no education. He was a total blank slate when he went into the army. Everything he knows, he learned on the field.
He was always given one task: kill a general… and he always did it. His methods tended to be straightforward, but, given he’s up against educated nobles, that is playing to his strenghts.
It may not be a “chess player/big picture” type of smarts, But becoming an elite martial artist takes a lot of intelligence, of a type. To self-teach as a child, and become elite, thats almost genius. The evolved form of that type of intellegence is “instinctual general.”
It’s a miracle how Shin not losing any limbs despite how he fight
It totally is a miracle. But not as unbelievable a miracle as it would seem…
If you throw a dart at a dartboard blindfolded, you probably wont hit the bullseye. But if you throw a million darts, one of them is bound to hit the bullseye.
Low probability events become certainty with enough repititon.
Given we’re in manga land rules, a life like shin’s is extremely improbable. But, there’ve been hundreds of years of war, millions of soldiers.
Ouki said it himself… it takes the skill of a thousand, the luck of a thousand, the Willpower of a thousand. Any one soldier becoming a general is an extremely low probability event in and of itself… a road consisting of improbably thriving in the harshest of environments
that’s put very well.
Thanks! This break has given me time to realize, once again, hara was 20
Steps ahead of us all lol
Ouki on shin: “those blockhead type guys never survive.”
Tou: but if he does, he could become the most awesomest
Ouki: nfu fu fu, it’ll never happen
But, now shin has his glaive. Ouki, in the end, changed his mind, therefore… why?
1. Stateless area training: there’s no reason to think ouki expected that to work. It was a win win for him. It got rid of the annoying kid, and, if the annoying kid actually managed to pull it off, a region of unrest would be made peaceful, that ouki would have had to deal with
Two: successful mission,
And three, getting trashed by houken, watching half his unit die… and not waivering at all.
Really, i think it was the third one that impressed ouki.
Thanks for the chapter!!
it’s out on Sense Scans
means you gotta wait another week
That’s today! :O
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