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Nanatsu no Taizai Chapter 329 English - For real, this fight is completely pointless even if we say that Escanor got stronger, because Mel alone is already stronger than his Father. Truth be told, Gelda and Mel alone should be more than enough to win this fight against the DK. Meliodas doesn't use his OG Magic because he's afraid of destroying his Father along with his little bro. That just shows that Mel is still considerably above his Father. If they were really equals like the statements try to say, why would he be afraid of destroying his Father by just activating his power? It's like the DK is so weak compared to him that he's worried that he'll end up oneshotting him once he taps into his OG Magic. If they were truly equals, Mel shouldn't be worried of using his OG magic because the DK would be able to hold his own against him well, but that's not the case. Anyways, the only thing Mel needs to do is try a little bit harder (not full power though, since that would probably be too much for the poor Clown King to handle without being killed) and beat up his Father for a while, then Gelda would step in and connect her blood with Zel's body like she already did in the manga and save him. The DK would be getting destroyed from the outside, so chances are that he probably wouldn't be able to set traps at all to stop Gelda, who would recognise Zel in 30 seconds like she did in the manga. Once Zel had been rescued, it would only be a matter of time until the DK got defeated. At the same time, this also makes Mel look like an asshole and a really bad person. If he has the power to beat up his Father alone, then why he doesn't use it, instead of, you know, making his friends risk their lifes like this? Escanor's probably gonna die (that is, if Nakaba actually has the balls to kill him, which I doubt) for accomplishing something that Mel could have done without dying at all. This fight and this story overall could have made way more sense if Nakaba hadn't decided to make Mel so disgustingly OP to the point of completely shatter the plot. Like, for real, why he has to be so OP? What good things come out of it? The only things that does is completely kill all the tension, all the consistency and make Mel look like an asshole and a really bad person. Of course, I'm aware that is not Mel alone who ruins the plot and that there are more elements that help that, but out of all these elements, Mel stands out the most IMO. It really is fascinating. Mel was at one point my favourite character in this series but now he makes me angry and trust me, this is very rare on me. It is an emotion that I've experimented with very few characters out of all the series I've watched. Part of me really hopes that Nakaba can still explain all of this mess with the best of his ability and save more or less the plot, but the other side of me knows that it is probably hopeless and Nakaba won't even try it. Hopefully what I hope and not what I think it'll most likely happen comes true.


Chandler is the highest-ranked demon of the Demon Clan and Meliodas' former master. Chandler is shown to be a short old man wearing a set of clothes and rings suited for nobles with elaborate designs. He has green spiky hair, beard, and mustache and his demon mark is on the right side of his head that has two spiked circles connected by a line from above to below his right eye. When he opens his mouth, he shows himself to have a full set of fangs for teeth. Upon revealing his true form, Chandler grows much larger in stature along with growing more muscles with dark streaks raking his arms. His hair turns black and the color of his eyes are inverted. Finally he grows large dragon-like wings from his shoulder blades. Chandler is very attached to his former student, Meliodas, so much so that unlike the other members of the Demon Clan, in particular Estarossa and Zeldris, he completely disregards the betrayal Meliodas committed towards the Demon Clan 3,000 years ago. He even goes as far as to say that the original Elizabeth had kidnapped Meliodas even when it's known that his former student betrayed his clan out of love for her.

His high respect for Meliodas is as such that he berates anyone else who speaks lowly of Meliodas and would even cry crocodile tears if the subject of his student was brought up. His attachment to the Demon King's first son is shown when he immediately flew to Meliodas' location at the Boar Hat when Zeldris mentioned the Seven Deadly Sins were arriving and threatened to kill any obstacles in his way of rescuing his student. However he is shown to be negotiable as when he realizes that Meliodas and Elizabeth are with the Seven Deadly Sins, he offered to let the rest leave unharmed if they hand the former two over as he had no interest in them unlike the Demon King. Zeldris notes Chandler enjoys playing the part of the good-nature old man caring for his student, Meliodas, but if he's denied his student then after entering his true form, Chandler forgoes any and all pretenses and is hell bent on destroying his enemies. Although he still retains his deep attachment and respect for the Demon King's oldest son as he graveled before the awakened Meliodas while in this form. Long before the Holy War 3,000 years ago, Chandler was the one to who instructed Meliodas in combat before his eventual betrayal of the Demon Clan. During the Holy War, Chandler along with his clan was eventually sealed away within the Coffin of Eternal Darkness by the Allied Clans (Goddess, Giants, Fairies, and Humans).

After Zeldris claims that he is the most worthy to be the next Demon King, Chandler, along with Cusack, comes into the scene. After Zeldris and Cusack's conversation, he tells him of his jealousy because Cusack gets to see his student. It is then revealed by Cusack that Chandler is Meliodas' former master. As Meliodas' former master and the highest ranking Demon, Chandler is an immensely powerful demon. Zeldris states that along with Cusack, he is more than enough to fill the nine vacant spots of the legendary Ten Commandments. His saliva possesses incredible acidic properties as it was able to melt and dissolve the concrete floor of Camelot's castle and warrant Cusack to dodge them instead of enduring them when he sprayed them. Chandler also seems to be capable of measuring the power levels of others by simply gazing at them like Gowther and Drole, though it's unknown if he possesses a magical eye as well or if it's through another means. Like all members of his clan, Chandler possesses the black mark that allows him to manipulate darkness for various purposes like flight and regeneration. Unlike most of the Demon Clan, when Chandler takes flight, instead of sprouting wings of the black darkness, he shrouds his body in an aura of darkness in which he can fly at incredible speeds as he reached the Boar Hat from several kilometers away in little time. His enormous power is shown when he reached the Seven Deadly Sins, his magic power shrouded the entire region they were in with complete darkness, with Diane believing that night had suddenly fallen over them and Merlin stating that he was able to bring "True Night" with him as Escanor reverted back to his night form. Zeldris even stated that Chandler can defeat if not kill all the Seven Deadly Sins excluding Meliodas on his own as well. This was shown when he alone overwhelmed most of them with little effort to the point they were unable to effectively fight back even after having his power cut in half by Gowther’s Invasion Chandler possesses immense levels of durability and endurance, as he managed to withstand Gowther and King's Celestial Arrow head on and easily recovered in little time, with Gowther being shocked at how little damage he sustained from the attack. He also has great speed and reaction time by quickly defending and counterattacking against most of the Seven Deadly Sins’ attacks by himself. Upon entering his true form, all of his wounds disappear and his power soars greater, with King noting that he is on a completely different level than before, to the point that the Seven Deadly Sins had to flee and was able to defeat both Drole and Gloxinia by himself without much effort. In this form, Chandler's strength and endurance are incredible as he withstood a continuous barrage of King's Bumblebee attacks all over his body with no damage, remained unfazed by Basquias' Necrosis poison, and emerged with only minor wounds from fighting both Drole and Gloxinia. When using his sword, he was able to split a large portion of the ground while cutting Chastiefol in half and creating a massive shockwave. He also shows tremendous speed as he was able to react to and counter simultaneous attacks from both Drole and Gloxinia at the same time. His flight speed dramatically increases in this form to the point of instantly reaching the Seven Deadly Sins' location at another region of Britannia in a single bound despite them having a considerate head start after being preoccupied by both Drole and Gloxinia.

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