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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.

Escanor

Escanor is a member of the Seven Deadly Sins and is known as the Lion's Sin of Pride. He is renowned for gaining immense power during the day, and gradually becoming weaker with the setting of the sun, leaving him frail and submissive at night. His Sacred Treasure is the Divine Axe Rhitta. His inherent power is named Sunshine. Currently Escanor's appearance is largely the same as his appearance in Vampires of Edinburgh, with the addition of a mustache and pair of glasses. Escanor's attire is a suit commonly worn by bartenders and although slightly baggy, does appear to fit his non-sunshine form far better than his previous attire. He temporarily wore spectacles during his first formal appearance in the plot. Ten years ago, he wore a suit of full body armor with a unique helm (which may be too large to fit him properly in the early morning or night, and conversely too small to fit him during the sunlight hours, particularly noon). Escanor was revealed during the Vampires of Edinburgh side story to be a very meek and weak looking young man, with short-cut hair and a set of clothes that seemed too large to fit him. His clothes were made to be intentionally loose so that they fit him properly. In the wanted poster, Escanor is depicted as a middle-aged man with a beard and a ponytail hairstyle. His lion symbol is on his back. Escanor's personality changes drastically along with his strength between day and night. At night, he is skiddish, submissive and unfailingly polite. Whereas in the day he is arrogant, boastful, and domineering, he also takes it upon himself to deliver judgement to those he feels have sinned, such as those that toy with feelings. Both personalities seem to be truly him and he remembers everything he does in either, though at night he has chastised himself for losing control during the day.


Despite the great contrast, there are some personality traits he retains day or night, such as his feelings for Merlin and fondness for writing poetry. Even with his prideful personality he still cares for his comrades, but in his own way. Pretending to annihilate Gowther, and instead attacking the two Commandments for toying with people's hearts. But at night he cares very deeply for his captain and comrades, not wishing to harm any, even those he only recently met. Escanor also doesn't particularly desire anything, as when competing in a tournament for any prize he desires, he simply stated he would like to deliver alcohol for that tournament and not compete, despite his power. He is also accustomed to others calling him a monster for his unique body changes after suffering a bad childhood when his power first manifested. Even the likes of demons refuse to believe he is a human. During the day Escanor's pride and attitude is such that he never holds hatred in his heart to anyone, even Demons, as he doesn't hold hatred to those beneath him, he only pities them. This quirk has given him immunity to a Commandment. His pride is also unfailing as when his own blow got reflected to him with greater power, he isn't surprised he got injured by his own attacks. Sunshine: Escanor's ability is one of duality, he is the weakest amongst all holy knights at midnight but starting from dawn his power level begins to rise steadily from one hour to the next, until it peaks at noon. During his fight with Galand, his power level was shown increasing by 5 points with seemingly every second and was measured at 50,060 while continuing to rise. At his peak, according to Merlin, he easily surpasses any of the other Sins. This cycle is marked with distinct differences in his abilities, personality and appearance.


Daytime: Beginning with the rising of the Sun at dawn Escanor begins to make a dramatic change, both physically and mentally. He grows much taller and muscular, with his clothes being ripped off him unless specifically tailored to his growth. In this state, his physical strength and endurance are incredible and his immense magic power casually radiates from his body as intense heat which normally reduces everything around him to ashes He seems to be able to exert some control over this, being able to prevent friends from being hurt or turning his power up at will to produce intense light and heat to capable of melting even stone. In this state, his normally skiddish demeanor is replaced by one of confidence and a royal atmosphere. During noon when his power is at its peak, he becomes a colossal man, dwarfing larger people. The One: During noon, when his power is at its peak for one minute, he becomes the manifestation of power itself and his body dwarfs normal people. In this form he is said to be invincible. Night-time: With the setting of the Sun, Escanor returns to his original, skiddish self. He's seemingly weaker than an average human, and his power level has been measured at 15. Super Slash; literally meaning "Atom Slashing"」: Escanor delivers a powerful downwards slash with his axe that causes considerable damage that can be felt from several meters away. Divine Sword Escanor: After Escanor reaches the peak of his power and he becomes The One, he makes a downward swiping motion with his hand that can cut an opponent. Divine Axe Rhitta: A giant, ornamental axe, named after a maiden said to be loved by the Sun. It is incredibly heavy and most of its weight is concentrated in the head, which makes it very off-balanced, yet in the day he is able to wield it with one hand. Large Spear: A large spear Escanor possessed and was shown with briefly ten years ago before the Seven Deadly Sins were framed for Zaratras' murder. It appears to be not as heavy in comparison to his Sacred Treasure.  Magic Glasses: Given to him recently by Merlin, Escanor is able to suppress his daytime form. However, he will instantly transform into his larger self if they are removed.  Due to his power, Escanor's power level is constantly fluctuating and cannot be accurately measured for an extended period of time. The lowest it has been recorded is 15 at an unspecified period of time, and the highest it has been recorded is 114,000. At high noon his power reaches its peak and he becomes "The One," described as an "invincible incarnation of power" by Merlin, for a minute.

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