Vetus

Period 315

[The Story So Far: Ala Alba is on the brink of annihilation from the onslaught of Averrunci of Fire, Wind and Water, and the revival of Dunamis. It was then that Negi, thanks to the words of his comrades, is revived!! Fate stands in his way. At last, the confrontation of two mighty rivals draws near!!]

The term used for “two mighty rivals” can be interpreted as “two heroes”. Take that as you will.


Page 1

[1]
(Fate) You have all just woken up.

[2]
(Negi) These are my comrades.

[3]
(Both) I won’t allow you to lay a finger on them!
(Text) The Magic World is the stage – to the battle at the summit!!!


Page 2-3

[1]
(Text) This battle,

[4]
(Text) Will decide the world!!
(Title) Period 315 – Toward the Fateful Battle!


Page 4

[2]
(Haruna) Negi-kun…!

[3]
(Chachamaru) Sen…sei…!

[4]
(Quartum) Negi… the son of the Thousand Master?
(Quartum) Wasn’t he deadlocked by Dunamis?

[5]
(Quartum) …Well, no matter.

[6]
(Quartum) I will end you.


Page 5

[4]
(Mei) Ahhhh – !
(Takane) Sensei…!

[6]
(Quartum) I can lift the kill restriction for his son, right?


Page 6

[2]
(Quartum) !!

[7]
(Chachamaru) Sensei…


Page 7

[2]
(Quartum) Wh… What’s…
(Quartum) With him…?

[3]
(Negi) Emittam et [jp: Release and]
(Negi) Stagnet, [jp: fixate,]

[4]
(Negi) Jovis Tempestas Fulguriens, [jp: Windstorm of Lightning,]

[5]
(Negi) Jaculatio Fulgoris, [jp: Thrown Lightning,]

[6]
(Negi) Unisonent!! [jp: technique synthesis!!]


Page 8

[1]
(Negi) Titano-ktonon II [jp: Titan Slayer 2,]
(Negi) “Boufuu no Rasensou” [jp: “Windstorm Spiral Spear”]

[3]
(Quartum-left) What, was that…!
(Quartum-right) This technique…

[術法 jutsuhou – this one’s a little weird. I wanted to use ‘magic method’ to differentiate from all the other words that were also translated as “technique”, but that might be over-interpreting on my part.]

[4]
(Negi) Emissa!! [jp: Release!!]

[5]
(Negi) Egure Ikadzuchi no Kyouhyou!! [jp: Tempest of Gouging Lightning!!]

[
抉れ egure – to carve/hollow out, to dig, especially from the earth
雷 ikaduzchi – lightning
狂飆 kyouhyou – heavy storm/tempest, lit. “crazed” “chaotic winds”
]

[6]
(Quartum) You – !


Page 9

[4]
(Quartum) Heh –

[5]
(Quartum) ?!

[7]
(Quartum) My scorching blaze can vaporise even steel – and he stopped it?

[8]
(Quartum) Che –


Page 10

[2]
(Negi-onom) Thump –
(Quartum) ?!

[4]
(Quartum) It can’t be…
(Quartum) That’s impossible…
(Quartum) You… little…

[5]
(Quartum) Ooooh – !
(Quartum) I am Averruncus!!
(Quartum) We are disciples of the Lifemaker!!


Page 11

[1]
(Quartum) We will not be overcome by a mere despicable human infant!!

[6]
(Quartum) ?!


Page 12

[2]
(Quartum) Guooh…?!
(Quartum) Wha…

[3]
(Quartum) Gah…

[4]
(Negi) Chachamaru-san…

[5]
(Quartum) ……?!


Page 13

[2]
(Negi) Is not…

[4]
(Quartum) Ah… ugh…
(Quartum) Im… possible…


Page 14

[1]
(Negi) A doll.

[3]
(Negi) And neither is anyone in this entire world!!

[4]
(Quartum) Kehhh – !


Page 15

[1]
(Negi-onom) Whomp.

[2]
(Quartum) ……

[3]
(Negi) I won’t let any one of you do as you please.


Page 16

[1]
(Quartum) Gaaa –
(Quartum) Aaahh – !

[2]
(Quartum) This is… impossible… the Averruncus of conflagrations, a disciple of the Lifemaker…

[“Conflagrations”: for some reason, Quartum changes from 「火」 “fire”, to 「炎」 “blaze” “great flame”.]

(Quartum) Brought down by nothing more than the fist of an infant……!!

[3]
(Negi) And,

[4]
(Negi) There’s no need for you to keep being a doll of God [jp: the Creator], either.

[造物主 zoubutsushu – the Japanese term for the Lifemaker.]


Page 17

[5]
(Natsumi) Ahhh – !

[6]
(Natsumi) Jus, huh, eh… wh-wha,
(Natsumi) Just what is going on… (offset) Fate and, Fate…

[7]
(Nodoka) Mm…


Page 18

[1]
(Quintum) Why do you hinder me.
(Quintum) Have you gone mad, Tertium?

[2]
(Fate) Hmph…
(Fate) Gone mad…?

[3]
(Fate) I’m… not too sure myself.

[4]
(Quintum) It seems apparent that you are a defective unit.

[5]
(Fate) But,

[6]
(Fate) Having an upstart like you come out of nowhere to steal my stage –
(Fate) It just seems to grate on my nerves no matter what.
(Text) The thoughts of both sides are set ablaze!!



As always, Masaxa has some interesting suggestions for the possible Latin and Greek forms of the spells.

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