August 28, 2009

Concepts and ESP and everything else

Filed under: Updates — CanonRap @ 6:51 am

Small changes pretty much on every page, so I won’t bother listing them all.

New stuff: Concepts page, ESP entry in Abilities

I’ve been wanting to get Concepts up for a while now, since there’s quite a few terms in the Lexicon that doesn’t quite fit anywhere else (Rakan’s posing, for one). Not to mention that there are some pretty important terms which don’t even have entries there.*

* Of course, whether it’s because Akamatsu considers them common knowledge or what they are will have some impact on the plot is unknown.

Then again, not every entry there is going to be serious. Coffee (which should really be under Artifacts) and Mamma come to mind.

Oh, and I put the entire translation of Gravity Magic’s entry in a page of its own, for no particular reason.

PS: And finally updated the Pactio entry under spells. Artifact Card = Pactio Card, Pactio Card =/= Artifact Card, apparently.

PPS: And I put what little I’ve done on the Magia Erebea entry in Concepts. Something of an odd choice, but the one under Spells already has how it works in relation to casting – this is dealing with the more philosophical aspects.


  1. Awesome. That Rakan vs. Encompandentia Infinitas entry is really interesting.

    Vol. 26 has been out for awhile. Should try your hands at Khilipl Astrape. It’s like 9 paragraphs long in the lexicon. Vol. 27 will have even more entries about all the new spells/abilities that Negi used against Rakan.

    Comment by Blah Blah Blah — August 28, 2009 @ 5:33 pm

  2. Khilipl Astrape’s entry is pretty short, actually, just half a page. It’s the Kratiste Aigis one that’s really long, close to the length of Akamatsu’s take on Gravity Magic. But I usually don’t translate the mythology parts, since you can just get that info from Wikipedia and elsewhere. I’d like to keep all this stuff on how it relates to Negima.

    And yes, I am waiting (very impatiently) for Vol. 27 as well.

    Comment by Jin — August 29, 2009 @ 4:28 am

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