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You are reading Nanatsu no Taizai manga chapter 239 in English Free and No Registration required for Nanatsu no Taizai 239. Please Like, Share for more Prediction and Spoilers. It wasn't too surprising to see that chandler was able to withstand the damage taken from the sins' attacks, as it's to be expected of a demon who was meliodas' master. But despite that, chandler's powers were certainly interesting and it was good to see him really taking the fight to the sins. Now as for the bit at the end, it was also pretty nice to see him get struck down by king and now that ban has decided to join in on this fight, I hope we will get to see some good moments in the next chapter. But even though the bit at the end was good, the line from king at the end was very cheesy though. Chandler is the counter to escanor the guy can rotate the earth to make it (maybe even pause it indefinitely) night time. On that premise I see no hope in hell of there being a escanor vs chandler fight. If anything, nakabi is ensuring escanor is left out of the immediate battles so the other sins can play hero.

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Duke Inuarashi

"Duke Inuarashi" is a canine mink and one of the two rulers of Mokomo Dukedom, dubbed the "King of Day". He rules over the Mokomo Dukedom from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Inuarashi is a grizzled dog with shoulder-length black ears. He is incredibly large, as he dwarfs Wanda when sitting down. He has a beard and wears a small pair of sunglasses. He has a large and bushy white tail. In his first appearance, he wore a king-like robe and his head and torso were covered in bandages.


Inuarashi is a noble and humble mink who is well-loved by his people. He was eager to meet the Straw Hat Pirates after they saved the Mink Tribe, indicating a grateful personality, and he downplayed his strength when he was complimented by Luffy. Despite being one of the two most powerful minks, Inuarashi prefers diplomacy over aggressive response.


He cares for his people and their rich cultural history so much that he was willing to lay down his sword to reason with Jack and the Beasts Pirates and would have willingly allowed them to search for Raizo if they ceased their attack. Like the rest of the canine minks, he finds Brook to be delicious because of his body of bones. Seeing Brook's injuries, he allowed him to recover so he can chew on him for a later time, much to Brook's horror. As one of the two rulers of Mokomo Dukedom, he holds a large amount of influence amongst his kin. According to Wanda, he is the country's strongest warrior, and that he had the upper hand in the battle against Jack before he brought in one of Caesar Clown's weapons. He possesses incredible physical strength, as he was able to stop Jack's trunk with one hand, even though the trunk was powerful enough to destroy several buildings in one swing. Like most of the minks, he is capable of using Electro.

Master Nekomamushi

"Master Nekomamushi" is a feline mink and the ruler of the Whale Forest on Zou, dubbed the "King of Night". He rules over Mokomo Dukedom during the night hours, from 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM. Nekomamushi is a large feline mink with sharp teeth, claws, and a very thick striped tail. He has wild, bushy hair running down his back and has a scar running from the right side of his forehead down to his cheek. His outfit consists of a large robe with circle designs on it, a haramaki around his waist, sandals, and light colored pants and shirt. In addition, he smokes with a pipe.


Nekomamushi is the other ruler of Zou, alongside with Duke Inuarashi, and takes great pride in it by proclaiming the country to be his when the night comes during his first encounter with Jack. Unlike his former friend Inuarashi, Nekomamushi is aggressive and merciless. Inuarashi has described him as an "obstinate and stubborn imbecile", comparing him to Jack himself. He took care of Bepo and the other Heart Pirates when they arrived on Zou, indicating a welcoming personality. However, he does not look kindly upon intruders, going so far as to devour them if he ever see one. Just like a cat, he seems to like licking his paws. As the leader of the Whale Forest Guardians, he has authority over the forest's inhabitants. During night time, he also becomes the main authority figure of the Mokomo Dukedom. His fighting ability is said to be equal to his daytime counterpart and former friend Inuarashi. Indeed, both were shown to be able to fight on even footing with one of a Yonko's three strongest subordinates for an extended period of time, further proving their combat abilities. Nekomamushi possesses incredible physical strength, as he was able to flip Jack over in his mammoth form. He is also very fast, as he was able to travel from the Whale Forest to Kurau City in a matter of seconds.

Lord Boros

Lord Boros (Borosu) is the leader of the Dark Matter Thieves, a group of alien invaders who attacked and destroyed A-City. Lord Boros is a slim, cyclopean alien with lightly colored spiky hair and pointed ears, which are adorned with multiple earrings. His face is covered with crack-shaped markings that start from his eye(and cover most of his body presumably).


In the area of his body below his chest, there seems to be another eye, which moves in synced with his original one. At first, he is seen wearing a full body armor that suppresses his powers. When the armor is broken by Saitama's punch, he attains a more intimidating and slightly more muscular build, while his skin darkens in color, parts of his body grow scales and spikes, and his markings start emitting energy, and gain a lighter color. In his Meteoric Burst form, his appearance changes drastically. His hair grow reaching his back, his eye's sclera becomes black, and his body becomes engulfed in energy, while his markings now return to their original, dark color. Thanks to his amazing powers, Boros is both arrogant and prideful. Due to his love of battles and inability to find any opponent who has been able to match him in power, he roams the universe looking for worthy opponents. 20 years before the start of the series, while Boros was laying waste throughout the universe looking for an opponent that would be able to stand against him, he met a prophet that revealed to him that in a far off planet he would finally find a strong opponent that would be able to fight on par with him, giving Boros the enjoyable fight he had always desired.


Boros first appears with his spaceship in A-City commanding a mysterious group of alien invaders and, without an apparent reason, he completely destroys the city with the sole exception of the Hero Association's headquarters due to its high resistance to damage. Saitama, who was in the building, then broke into the spaceship and effortlessly eliminated Gloryverse and Geluganshp, two of Boros' top subordinates, much to his surprise. Face to face with Saitama, Boros starts explaining him that he attacked A-City because of a prophecy that foretold he would find a worthy opponent. Annoyed, Saitama punches Boros, berating him for destroying A-City for a stupid reason. Unexpectedly, Boros survived Saitama's lethal punch and with his armor destroyed, he unleashed his true strength and prepares to fight a surprised Saitama, going all out. During the battle, Boros hits Saitama with everything all of his power, including his trump card: the "Meteoric Burst" ability, and without caring for his star ship, attacks Saitama continuously before he can even react, kicking him all the way to the moon. Saitama returns by jumping from the moon and begins to counterattack; hitting Boros with a barrage of punches. Even after being reduced into pieces, Boros' regenerative abilities are so strong that he recovers almost immediately. Eager to end the fight, Boros decides to use his other trump card: the "Planet Buster Roar Cannon" but before the beam could hit the planet, Saitama used his own trump card: the "Serious Series Punch" which repels Boros' beam and critically damages him. Defeated and incapable of regenerating from the heavy damage, Boros compliments Saitama for the splendid battle. Boros' last words show that he knew Saitama never showed his full potential during the battle, saying that Saitama is way too strong, and that as a result, the prophecy that he had gambled on was a lie. Boros dies while a victorious Saitama leaves the ruins of the star ship.

Speed-o'-Sound Sonic

Speed-o'-Sound Sonic (Onsoku no Sonikku) is a villain in the series, first appearing as a bodyguard hired by Zeniru. He occasionally takes the role of an anti-hero. He views Saitama as his eternal rival. onic is a lean man who, despite his slender build, is extremely strong and fast. He has a feminine face, black medium length hair tied up in a topknot, and large grey eyes.


A noticeable feature of his are the purple marks under each of his eyes. His body is also covered in many scars, the cause of which has not been disclosed. He usually appears wearing a tight black bodysuit highlighted by metal plating on his shins, arms & shoulders, chest, and waist, as well as a long purple scarf. Later he is shown in black street clothes. He always carries a ninjatō and other ninja equipment such as kunai and shuriken. After the fight with Genos, Sonic loses his topknot and is left with loose shortened hair.


Despite his normally calm appearance, Sonic loves fighting strong opponents as shown by when he gets a "child-like smile" on his face when he first meets Saitama and has two of his attacks blocked, earlier calling this his "bad habit." He seems to be very quick to act as he attacks Saitama on their first meeting without letting him explain the situation. He is persistent, even when he realizes that the opponent is much stronger than he is. When Sonic recognizes an opponent as his rival, he does whatever he can to initiate the battle, such as causing massive property damage and endangering the surrounding citizens in order to get Saitama to fight him. He also seems to have no qualms with killing as shown when he kills Hammerhead's gang and even goes as far as to take pride in the fact that he never lets a single person live. He also seems to be rather disdainful of heroes. When he meets Genos, he tells him that heroes can neither win against a truly strong opponent nor can they truly protect anything. However, unlike Garou, he does not go out of his way to attack heroes.

Saitama

Saitama (Saitama) is the main protagonist of OnePunch-Man and the most powerful hero alive. Having apparently trained himself to superhuman conditions, Saitama faces a self-imposed existential crisis, as he is now too powerful to gain any thrill from his heroic deeds. He registered with the Hero Association as a C-Class and eventually made a big leap to become a B-Class Superhero and is tasked to defend Z-City against Mysterious Beings. Under the Hero Association, he is given the name Caped Baldy (Hagemanto).


Saitama is a bald ordinary looking man with a thin, but well-built physique and of average height and weight. He claims to have lost all of his hair suddenly and prematurely as a result of the toll taken on his body by his intense hero training. Three years before the storyline, Saitama had spiky, black hair and brown eyes that is usually represented by dots. Saitama is usually deliberately drawn in a simpler style than all the other characters, with an elliptical shaped head and only a simple mouth and eyes. When drawn in a more serious style with more detail, Saitama is revealed to have sharp features, dangerous looking eyes, and a chiseled musculature. Even his posture undergoes a metamorphosis, with a slack posture and sloping elbows when lax, while possessing a straightened posture and squared shoulders when serious. His costume is a plain yellow jumpsuit with a short zipper at the collar and a belt. The costume is finished out by a red ensemble of boots, gloves and a white or red cape.


For a superhero, Saitama is thought to be quite indifferent. Even the mightiest foes pose no challenge to him, so he doesn't take his hero work very seriously and beats monsters like swatting insects. Since his superhero work has begun to bore him, he is constantly searching for an opponent that can challenge him. The lack of any such opponents has led him to suffer from an existential crisis, and he claims that his ability to feel any and all emotions has dulled considerably. He stated that he just became a hero because it was his dream and for self-satisfaction and before becoming one, used to suffer from anxiety issues. Despite his boredom, Saitama does not ignore crime, as in his own words (having displayed a lack of understanding at the disaster level system), "If the heroes run and hide, who will stay and fight?". The combination of his attitude, unstoppable strength, and distinctively simple and 'unimpressive' appearance often cause his battles to become anticlimactic. Saitama will usually allow his opponents rant about their motives and power up into their strongest forms before obliterating them with a single punch. However if they talk too much he will either interrupt them or just punch them. A running gag about Saitama is his inability to remember people's faces and names, seen when he forgot Sonic's name and could not remember who Tanktop Tiger was. Because of this, he always ends up pronouncing their names incorrectly. As of some special chapter during his time participating a costume contest, appearance doesn't matter to him, only matters to him are his abilities and his best to be a real super hero he's been training for. That being said, does care about his cleanliness, as the only thing he ever really complains about is how he gets dirt on his clothes or blood on his gloves. Though he doesn't care about appearances, he has shown dislike towards his hero name, Caped Baldy. Thus even after receiving it, he always refers to himself as Saitama. Saitama has been shown to be very humble, as he purposefully let the masses turn against him, for the sake of the defeated heroes to be given credit for their efforts; claiming that they have weakened the Sea King before his arrival. He did the same for the police in the Special Chapter, dressing as one of them and killed a monster, though he would had gain much fame had he revealed who he actually was. He also didn't mind that King took credit for all of his achievements. Another surprising thing about Saitama is that he is surprisingly tactful and insightful, being well able to discern situations and character traits from the people and environment around him fairly easily. Having picked up a number of hints to Sonic's own persona on their first meeting and when two tank top heroes jealously plotted to ruin him after the meteor event that their were irate and self-serving hero types like them, as well as discerning Fubuki's forced offer of submission or destruction just before his crackdown on how the hero world really works than how it is currently run. Saitama has been shown to show remorse to his enemies before, particularly ones who can give him an actual fight, and doesn't go down in one hit. One such example of this being Boros, to whom, in order to give an exciting fight to (seeing as he could relate to having similar amounts of power), though in the end, still couldn't draw out Saitama's full power. Saitama does not actually care if people insults him and usually ignores them and said that they needed a hobby, the only insult that could at the very least get a what could be called reaction out of him is when someone mentions his bald head. He also shows a measure of concern when it comes to bargains, as seen when he fought Carnage Kabuto, when he was more shocked upon the realization that he was going to miss a bargain sale, rather than his opponent, who had undergone a transformation and was whacking him around. Despite his general indifference to most things, Saitama was genuinely shocked to when he realized that no one actually knew of him, despite his achievements (although this could be attributed to the fact that he never stuck around after saving the day). Saitama shows impressive restrain with his power, considering that with his physical ability, he is capable of splitting the sky, or jumping from the moon to earth easily. He manages to beat nearly all of his opponents with a single punch, though occasionally causes more devastation than necessary. While he has no problem killing monsters, Saitama has yet to be seen killing another human, and uses only enough strength to knock them out

License-less Rider

License-less Rider (Mumen Raidā) is a C-Class Superhero from Z-City. He has the #1 rank of the C-Class. The License-less Rider is a young man of average height and weight. He wears an armored suit, with light colored armor covering his torso and shoulders. He has a black leather suit under the armor and black gauntlets and knee pads. He also has a green bicycle helmet and dark shades.


License-less Rider is a brave hero who refuses to overlook any crime or back down from any fight no matter the opponent. He is very passionate about justice. He is shown to greatly respect people who save him, as seen when he mails Saitama a letter that he initially tries to compose, but quickly crosses out and finishes with a quick "thank you!!", afterwards asking the udon chef at the bar he was eating at to give Saitama his best serving. Like Saitama, License-less' heroic deeds are very pure, especially having some empathy towards villains who seem to have a human heart left in them and appear to be misguided towards a wrong path, like Bang's former disciple, Garou.


In his youth License-less Rider attended the same school as Saitama. During that time period he had already began to act like a hero, calling himself Name-less Bicycle Commuter. He at one point attempted to stop the two delinquents who attended the school and took people's money. It is later insinuated that he is beaten up by them. Some time after Saitama's victory over Crabrante, License-less Rider applied to the Heroes Association and was placed in Class C, eventually moving up to Rank 1 for his enthusiastic heroism. Despite being the Class C Rank 1 hero, License-less Rider's motivations for not moving up to Class B are unknown. Given his claim during his fight against the Sea King that he "wasn't fit to be a Class B hero", it may be possible that he recognized a personal need to become stronger in order to move into Class B.

Kōshi Sugawara

Kōshi Sugawara (Sugawara Kōshi) is a third year at Karasuno High School; he is a setter in the Karasuno High Boys' Volleyball Club. Sugawara is shown to be average in height with a lean build. He has light grey hair and brown eyes with a mole under his left eye. He is usually seen with a gentle smile on his face.


Being the vice captain, he has a soothing personality for his teammates and acts as a pillar of support for them. Even though he isn't Karasuno's official setter anymore, he doesn't dream of giving up on playing in general. As such, he encourages himself and all of his teammates not to give up, no matter how rough the situation might be. Sugawara's dedication to volleyball is clear when he decides to continue club activities even when most third years choose to retire to focus on their futures.


In a meeting, his teacher asked Sugawara why he's so determined to continue playing even though he's not a starting member, and Sugawara replied that he doesn't want to have regrets in the future. He is also quite perceptive as he noticed how Tanaka asked for the key to the gym (back during the first years's 3-on-3 match) even though he always comes in late, so Sugawara knew that something was up. He is also intelligent as he can come up with helpful tactics during the game. An example of this is when he came up with the idea of saying "bring it" and "send it to me" for Kageyama and Hinata's combo. While on the sidelines, Sugawara pays close attention to the way the other team plays, often able to give his teammates tips on how to beat them. On the off-chance that Sugawara is put in the game, he can carry over what he learned from watching on the sidelines in order to rally the team and score a few points. However, he quickly gets stressed out by the heat of the game and starts to over-think things too much. Because Sugawara rarely plays in official matches, he's an unknown element. When he is called into games, the other teams, who may have had time to study up on the usual starting line up, don't typically know what to expect from Sugawara, and this works to Karasuno's advantage. Since the summer training camp arc, Sugawara has been mostly responsible for the team's synchronized attacks. He also practiced spiking during that time and uses that now to confuse opponents in matches.

Daichi Sawamura

Daichi Sawamura (Sawamura Daichi) is a third year at Karasuno High School; he is the captain of the Karasuno High volleyball club, holding the position of wing spiker. He has short dark hair and dark brown eyes. Daichi has a large build, and many people have stated that his appearance gives off his captain status right away. Daichi usually has a gentle smile on his face but when he gets angry, his eyes glaze over.


Daichi is a very caring and concerned captain who makes sure that everyone is doing okay and always puts the team first. He is also patient and understanding, but becomes "really scary" when angry or when his patience gets tested. He is well-respected and also feared by his teammates.


Daichi's weapon isn't his attack, but his solid receive. As a result, he can be considered a defensive specialist. In other words, he's skillful and excels at defense. He, along with Nishinoya, are often the ones tasked with handling difficult receives (such as Oikawa's serve). After the Summer Training Arc, he improved his solid receive, flying fall receive, and soft block. He also says that he feels like he can see the opposing spiker's movements more clearly than before. Adding onto that, it's shown (in a flashback) that he can use the opposing spiker's form to read the spiker's course.

Tobio Kageyama

Tobio Kageyama (Kageyama Tobio) is a first year at Karasuno High School; he is the regular setter of the Karasuno High Volleyball Club and plays a critical role as the second protagonist of the Haikyuu!! series by Haruichi Furudate.. Initially, he was referred to as "King of the Court," a derogatory nickname that insinuates his autocratic nature, given to him by his former teammates at Kitagawa Daiichi during his late middle school days. Kageyama is also widely regarded as a stunning prodigy and an absolute genius by many of the prefecture's players and coaches. After joining Karasuno, he manages to change his attitude for the better with the help of his new teammates and rediscover what it means to be a part of a team.


Kageyama's height and impressively sharp glare are said to be his most prominent physical characteristics. He often emits a rather intimidating aura, which is heightened by the almost permanent scowl he has on his face. His hair is black and cropped short, with a fringe that hangs just above his dark blue eyes. His typical attire consists of either his school uniform or practice clothes.


Perpetually sullen and undeniably short-tempered, Kageyama originally came off as a typical overbearing perfectionist, caring about nothing else but winning and completely disregarding the opinions and well-being of his teammates. His habit of complaining about their performance and barking orders at them eventually led the other players in the club to nickname him "King of the Court" – a constant reminder of the oppressive, egocentric attitude he demonstrated during his volleyball career in middle school. Unbeknownst to the majority of his schoolmates and acquaintances, however, he is actually much more sensitive and childish than he appears to be; he simply does not know how to control his frustration and express his thoughts and emotions in an appropriate way. After everyone in Kitagawa Daiichi became fed up with him and abandoned his side, Kageyama was filled with genuine regret and developed an intense fear of being despised and mistrusted, but refused to openly discuss his problem until Tsukishima confronted him about it. Despite his inability to properly socialize, he sincerely wishes to do his best and is extremely passionate and dedicated when it comes to volleyball, to the point where he gets overly excited about nearly every successful move he pulls off with Hinata. Since joining Karasuno, he has grown to be more respectful of his upperclassmen (Sugawara and Asahi in particular), as well as more accepting of people whose abilities and/or views differ from his own (Like Tsukishima), and has come to once again understand the importance of teamwork and mutual trust in the sport he treasures so much. Additionally, this has also helped him regain his confidence as a setter.

Shōyō Hinata

Shōyō Hinata (Hinata Shoyo) is the main protagonist of the Haikyuu!! series by Haruichi Furudate. He is a first year student at Karasuno High and is one of the volleyball team's middle blockers. Hinata's dream is to become strong enough to spike past tall blockers, just like what the Small Giant once did. He specializes in jumping to compensate for his short height.


Hinata's height is 162.8 cm, making him the second shortest person on his team, next to Yū Nishinoya. He has messy, orange hair and brown eyes. He has a relatively short, thin build, and is often mistaken for a middle school student. Hinata typically attires in his Karasuno school uniform with a black jacket and black pants. Beneath his jacket is a beige or tan sweatshirt. In the first episode, he wore the green volleyball uniform from his middle school. After joining Karasuno's Volleyball Club, Hinata wears its volleyball uniform–a black jersey and black shorts with white and orange stripes on the sides. On the back of his jersey is his position number 10, with his school's name written in kanji. While on court, he wears kneepads and volleyball shoes that are white with red stripes.


Hinata has a cheerful and energetic personality. He is a natural schmoozer and his teammates would sometimes use him to win someone over, such as Nishinoya and Hitoka. Hinata gets excited easily and often talks loudly. He is the loudest member after Nishinoya and Tanaka. He is friendly and can befriend anyone easily, such as Kenma from Nekoma High and Aone from Date Tech High. As stated by Sugawara, Hinata has a very big fortitude to win and thus, doesn't give up easily during a match no matter if it's a practice match or a real match. Hinata can also exhibit a very scary and intimidating face when people underestimate him. Despite that, Hinata gets scared easily, especially by larger and stronger opponents. However, he recovers quickly and will then confidently challenge the opponents. Hinata, like Kageyama, has bad grades since he too is preoccupied with volleyball. He once told Sugawara that ever since he entered high school, not once has he scored in the double digits on any of his tests.
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