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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.

Gowther

Gowther is a member of the Seven Deadly Sins, also known as the Goat's Sin of Lust. Gowther was revealed to be a doll, created by a great wizard. His Sacred Treasure is the Twin Bow Herritt, which he uses in conjunction with his inherent power, Invasion. Gowther has amber eyes and dark red hair (sometimes depicted as magenta) that reaches just past his jaw. His usual attire consists of a gray long-sleeved shirt underneath a white sleeveless top as well as a pair of dark pants and short boots. After Bartra made him dress like a maid, Gowther adopted an unusual habit of wearing women's clothes. Gowther was created in the image and likeness of the woman his creator loved, but to feel no attraction for his creation, he gave the body of a man. He has a very feminine face and as such can be mistaken for a girl. Gowther also wears a pair of glasses with light frames and apparently cannot see without them. This was first discovered when he disguised himself as Armando. Gowther also has the ability to change aspects of his appearance, although he is limited to only his hairstyle and skin color. In flashbacks and on his wanted poster, Gowther is depicted as a large suit of armour, although he is still smaller than people of the Giants' Clan. His face is never seen, instead he is only ever seen wearing a set of full silver body armour with a helmet featuring a pair of horns, one of which is broken. The most notable part of his armour are his massive spiked metal shoulder plates. His Seven Deadly Sins Goat symbol is located on the right side of his chest. 


During the battle between a deformed Dale and Dawn Roar, Gowther first shows himself speaking in his distinctive, emotionless manner. His expression never changes, being completely blank, and his speech bubbles are uniquely square, compared to the round bubbles of everyone else. Yet despite his emotionless nature, Gowther does care about others. This is shown when he protects Pelliot from the Armored Giant's attack. He is shown to be completely unaware of others' feelings, has shown an inability to understand the meaning of friendship. He often states things factually without realising that what he says can upset people. He decides to assist Elizabeth on her journey, not because of a desire for justice, but because he felt obligated as a member of the Seven Deadly Sins. Since Gowther doesn't understand emotions he goes to great lengths to understand them better. For example, he often observes Meliodas and Ban's friendship, and he is not beyond using his powers to experiment on others, as seen when he brainwashes Guila. Despite his title, he has been shown to not normally be lustful; even when he brainwashed Guila into loving him, it was not out of lust. It was only out of curiosity of human emotions and his lack of understanding that it wasn't okay to do, rather than a predatory desire for her. As such, it is likely that his title may now refer to a lust for knowledge, rather than in the conventional sense. He has also displayed a cold and rather cruel side when using his Nightmare Teller technique on another person, remarking on how fragile humans are when confronted with their deepest fears. Despite Gowther's emotionless nature, he appears to enjoy posing whenever he introduces himself or when on a mission. In the past Gowther was shown to be quite emotional and rather playful, often seen laughing and playing games. Even when he was fighting, there was no ill will or malice in his actions. However he would also get very distraught easily, tearing up whenever the prospect of being alone was evident. After much time, the idea of being alone again proved to be too overwhelming for him, leading to who Gowther is in the present.


Since regaining both his memories and his emotions, Gowther's personality has amalgamated aspects of his younger self and present self. While retaining his factual manner of speaking, Gowther has expressed more affection and excitability in his mannerisms. He has also picked up on social situations, such as King inviting him to a round of drinks to ease the tension between them, though Gowther still retains a certain aloofness about him. Along with his newly rediscovered emotions, Gowther strives to be a kinder person. During his fight against the Dawn Roar in Ordan, Gowther caught Weinheidt's charged arrow with his bare hands and sliced through armor of the Armored Giant with ease. Evidently, he is blessed with great strength and power despite his frail body frame. Ten years ago, he possessed a set of enchanted armor which was able to suppress and prevent his powers from becoming uncontrollable. Due to having a doll body, Gowther has pseudo-immortality that enabled him to survive otherwise fatal injuries. Point-blank attacks and consecutive smashes by Dale and Diane have shown to cause minimal damage. Furthermore, he is completely unaffected after Slader breaks his neck as he gets back on his feet and fixes his neck back to normal as if nothing happened. Same thing goes when Hendrickson beheaded him, only for Gowther's body to move on its own and reattach his head. Invasion: A power that allows Gowther to entrap his opponents within their own memories. It also grants him the ability to read the thoughts and memories of others.  Transformation: Gowther has the ability to change his appearance, such as changing the length and color of his hair along with his skin color. However, this ability is limited to an extent.

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