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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.

Meliodas

Meliodas is the captain of the Seven Deadly Sins and the Dragon's Sin of Wrath. He is the owner of the renowned tavern Boar Hat, and the main protagonist of the series. His Sacred Treasure is the Demon Sword Lostvayne and his inherent power is Full Counter. He is also the former leader of the Ten Commandments, a former member of Stigma, and the Demon King's oldest son. Despite having the appearance of a child, Meliodas is actually much older, being over three thousand years old. He is exceptionally short compared to other characters, with messy blond hair and a pair of emerald eyes. He also lacks facial hair, further accentuating his adolescent appearance. Regardless of his stature and youthful looks, he is relatively muscular, possessing an array of well-developed abdominal muscles. He is often shown wearing an ordinary, clean white button-front shirt and a black sleeveless vest on top with a loosely worn tie. His Broken Sword's scabbard is held on by a green leather belt with gold-colored buckles. Without any socks, he wears a pair of black boots. His most distinctive trait is his Dragon symbol carved at the top of his left bicep, just below his shoulder. During his tenure as the leader of Danafor's Holy Knights, Meliodas wore their traditional armor, much like Cain Barzad's. Ten years ago he wore a full-body silver armor with a unique helmet, like the rest of the Sins. He also wielded a dagger that appeared to be his Sacred Treasure. Meliodas was issued a wanted poster, like all of the Sins were after being framed for the murder of Great Holy Knight Zaratras. The most current issue of his wanted poster does not accurately depict him but, coincidentally, does depict his brother, Estarossa.


After the Kingdom Infiltration arc, Meliodas sports a new outfit; a long-sleeved, high-collared white tunic over an undershirt, a pair of gloves, knee-length black pants, and black boots. This outfit is a bit more formal like a uniform with the "Boar Hat" embroidered on his back. After his time in Purgatory, Meliodas now has seven permanent scars where his hearts are located and sports a new Black Mark similar to the one he previously had as leader of the Ten Commandments. He now wears his debut outfit he previously wore. Meliodas's dominant traits are his frankness and his utter fearlessness, shown when he remains composed seeing the Rust Knight who was later revealed to be Elizabeth Liones. Due to his horrible cooking, when his customers vomit onto the Boar Hat's floor, he instructs Hawk to clean up the scraps, and scares him by saying phrases such as "roast pig" if he complains, hinting he may roast the talking pig. He is also shown to be very bawdy and loves to frequently tell jokes. Occasionally, he takes advantage of Elizabeth's naivety and gropes her breasts, not even ashamed of doing so in public or in front of her father. He also has a strong sense of justice and is willing to help people in distress. Even when he is severely injured, he tries not to show weakness, and stays strong in front of his companions. He holds resentment upon himself for being a failure as an older brother, and he also clashed swords with his own brother Zeldris in the past. Despite his title as the Sin of Wrath, he appears to be a very calm person. However, if his companions or friends are harmed in any way, he is greatly angered. He is also shown to fall into a state of extreme rage when someone tries to take his sword, with this rage being capable of scaring even a Holy Knight[4] and leaving a permanent scar on Ban's neck, despite his regeneration abilities. It has been hinted that Meliodas is guilt-ridden over the fate of Danafor, saying that his sin was being unable to save the kingdom. Ban and Cain point out that Meliodas tends to be soft and naive, due to him never killing anyone, even someone like Guila, who was a serious threat to the group. Meliodas dislikes killing, preferring to be merciful. Elizabeth points out that Meliodas is not naive or a simpleton, but just really kind.


Meliodas appears to have a darker side to his personality, as shown when he used the Black Mark that appears on his forehead when in trouble. When he uses the Mark, he becomes cold, quiet, ruthless, and murderous as he kills and attacks anyone near him without mercy. However, he does not kill Elizabeth, possibly due to her resemblance to Liz who was his lover. Despite being known as a womanizer to most people, Meliodas seems to be truly serious when Elizabeth or Liz are involved, but still cracks dirty jokes and tells of women's three sizes. It turns out that Meliodas had always tried to keep his emotions under control due to his immense power. In the past, he destroyed Danafor in his rage after seeing the death of Liz. Also, after seeing a little girl getting injured trying to help the Seven Deadly Sins, he almost lost himself. At that moment, Merlin sealed Meliodas' immense power. The Deadly Sins also revealed that Meliodas never acted like a pervert ten years ago, as he showed no interest towards other females before. This seemed to change when Elizabeth appeared in his life and he started acting like one, which also hints at his single interest towards Liz and Elizabeth. His perversion is meant to be a joking act. After his time in Purgatory, Meliodas's personality changes drastically whenever he uses the black mark, becoming far more ruthless in his battles and wasting no time in his attempts to kill his former demon allies, even stating that his outlook has changed and smiled as he attempts to destroy them. During his fight with Fraudrin, he used a clone of half his power to give Fraudrin hope of defeating him, only to erase that hope and put him in despair at the hopelessness of defeating his true power, and relished the position he placed his historic enemy in. This is contradictory to his previous self. This personality is Meliodas' old demonic self, who was once revered as the vilest demon in existence. Every time he dies, Meliodas's emotions are eaten, slowly reverting him back to that self. Meliodas is genuinely terrified of becoming that person again. Due to the immortality curse inflicted on him by the demon king and the perpetual reincarnation curse the supreme deity put on Elizabeth causing them to be forever separated, Meliodas has developed a strong desire to break his and Elizabeth's curse, despite knowing he would die in the process. Due to all that he had suffered, Meliodas' true purpose in his journey is to end his suffering and to die with his true love fully content with the fact both of them would be at peace and forever together in death. He shows no fear of death due to even smiling as he told Diane of his goals as if he had a death wish. Unfortunately, in a desperate attempt to protect Elizabeth and escape the dark cocoon he was trapped in by Melascula, Meliodas unleash his demonic powers reverting back to his old self. With his old personality in control, Meliodas has been seen to be easily annoyed and angered, being far more brutal, sarcastic, sadistic and cruel than ever, evidently enjoying himself when beating his enemies. However, he is not above complimenting his foes if they are truly powerful, as when he openly praised Escanor for putting up a fight against him.

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