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Disaster災厄ディザスターDizasutā」 is a power shared by the Fairy Kings Gloxinia, Dahlia and Harlequin[1]. It gives them complete control over life and death, granting them the authority to rule over the Fairy Realm as its King.[2]

Description

Disaster is first shown as a power that allow the Fairy Kings to completely draw out the mysterious qualities of their Spirit Spears Chastiefol[3], Darrenheart or Basquias.

During his match against Cain Barzad, King was shown using his power to trigger the old man's rheumatic joints.[4]

Merlin further clarifies Fairy Kings' power as one that is capable of exercising complete control over life and death, by which the user can elevate or diminish the natural state of something. A slight scratch can develop into a severe wound, mild poisons become lethal toxins and a small tumor can rapidly spread throughout the body. It is a fitting power for one who calls themselves the Fairy Kings as it gives the user authority over nature, letting them grow and propagate the plants and trees as they see fit, or allowing them to wither and decay.[5]

Techniques

King

  • Status Promotion状態促進ステータスプロモーションSutētasu Puromōshon; literally meaning "Status Promotion"」: Using this technique, King can cause the slightest scratch to split open into a gaping wound.[6]
  • Condense Power養分凝縮コンデンスパワーKondensu Pawā; literally meaning "Condense Nutrients"」: King rapidly concentrates the remaining moisture within a tree branch, condensing it into a single spot. The condensed water droplet becomes a deadly bullet that King can freely control.[7]

Gloxinia

  • Gloxinia Servant花人形グロキシニアサーバントGurokishinia Sābanto; literally meaning "Flower Doll"」: Gloxinia creates a golem in the likeness of Gerheade out of vegetation.[8]
  • JumanjuジュマンジュJumanju; literally meaning "Cursed Vine Tree"」: Gloxinia summons a giant wooden monster from the earth.[9]

Gallery

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References

  1. Chapter 25  , Page 7-8
  2. Chapter 134  , Page 7
  3. Chapter 25  , Page 7-8
  4. Chapter 33  , Page 26
  5. Chapter 134  , Page 7
  6. Chapter 134  , Page 5-7
  7. Chapter 134  , Page 9-11
  8. Chapter 162  , Page 16
  9. Chapter 172  , Page 11

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