Übel Blatt is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Etorouji Shiono. It is serialized .. Übel Blatt; Until Death Do Us Part · Working!! Gangan Online. Manga. About. This page is an inofficial fan page of the manga serie Übel Blatt. We are up to date to the latest chapters and other informations regarding Übel. Chapter Title: Heftiger Angriff Scanlated By: IIDX Categories: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Mature, Seinen Date Added: Jun 24, Update Status: There is no.
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For his true identity is Ascheriit, the leader of the Tratiorous Lances, and with him, he brings a most destructive truth. Fearing the consequences of their cowardice, the Seven Heroes killed their four comrades on their journey home. So, the Seven Heroes took all the glory for themselves. But now, they must face the consequences of their past.
Why is it so freaking awesome? Characters with flaws and weaknesses are just so much more interesting.
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And Koinzell is definitely in the latter group. However, Koinzell is actually written with a number of weaknesses. Brilliant Story Execution So, anything can have an amazing premise or be built off a super interesting idea, but the most important thing to having a good story is good execution.
One of the things this story does amazingly well is weave in the backstory of how things came to be how they are now. There is no giant information dump in the form of long narrations or never-ending flashback chapters.
Rather, the important details are give in short flashbacks and anecdotes when it is relevant to the plot. Before he was sent to the Emperor as one of the Lances, he was the son of a powerful merchant, the youngest of three brothers. Insecure and inept in dealing with business, he was instead chosen as an envoy to the Emperor due to his considerable physical prowess.
He was a friend of Ascheriit, and one of the few members of the 7 Heroes to understand what the brutality of their acts would bring upon them all. After becoming a hero, he appears to have been corrupted, possibly by his guilt, and he started living lavishly, consumed by anger and envy against Glenn for not being granted constructions of war airships, and secretly turned his fortress into a flying castle armed with Wischtech engines of destruction.
After Schtemwolech's death he grew increasingly paranoid and fearful that even the slightest thing could be an attempt to his life. So paranoid he was, he sends his army to attack the city of Jullas-Abllas, accusing its citizens of supporting Koinzell. Ironically, his actions actually made the citizens support Koinzell and fight against his army. In the end, his own men betrayed him and left him, a fact that finally drove him completely insane. When Koinzell caught up, Barestar believed they were back in the war at a point where Koinzell had saved him.
He sadly asked Koinzell to help him get back to his home and his family. Seeing such a thing, Koinzell killed him while in his stupor, as an act of pity. Barestar is currently the only one of the Seven Heroes that Ascheriit shows slight remorse for killing. Glenn is the son of the Emperor. He was nominated as envoy of the Emperor himself to deal with the increasingly threatening acts of Koinzell.
In the days of the Fourteen Lances they were good friends, yet Glenn secretly despised and envied Ascheriit greatly due to his superior swordsmanship and his calm behavior. He recognized the brutality of their treason and did not fear eventual retribution, and he also believed that their punishment was the very fact that they became heroes, being burdened with the welfare of the whole Empire not only as nobles, but as symbols for the people.
In his first encounter with Koinzell, he publicly spared Koinzell's life, but he was killed outright by Koinzell during their second encounter. After Glenn's death, his father, the emperor, became so depressed that he no longer took interest in his empire. As a result, Lebelont became the de facto ruler of the Szaalenden. Somehow Glenn was then resurrected, bearing a younger body and the scar from where Koinzell slashed him.
He speaks of a mysterious plan to combat the weakness of people's hearts and attempts to destroy Lebelont. He has dismissed his knight company and renounced the title he had gained as one of the seven heroes.
He could not keep calm at the night of their stay in the Forest of Death, claiming that there was nothing that 11 of the remaining Holy Lances could do, and that they should just give up. He inspired fear in the other "7 Heroes", prompting Glenn to abandon their quest. Lebelont managed to effectively usurp the throne through various powerplays after Glenn's death and was now the unofficial ruler of the empire due to his position as head of its armed forces.
He was a ruthless and cunning man. He recently declared war on the Wischtech after publicly executing ten of their kind. He had five children by an unknown mother, each as brutal as their father. But his will started to deteriorate after Koinzell killed his youngest son.
Attacks by a resurrected Glenn have caused him to deteriorate faster in both body and mind. He has since been reduced to a psychotic tyrant who has apparently been raping women so as to extend his family line.
He eventually goes insane when his children some of which had joined with Glenn began to fight and he realized his ambitions had been destroyed. He is confronted by Koinzell in his winged form and, after realizing his true identity, is torn apart by Koinzell's wings.
His ideas agree with Glenn's, and he tries to use his power as a hero to make the empire a better place. While most of the heroes try to see themselves as equal, he appears to see Glenn as his master. He is the fattest of the 7 Heroes. He and Nirgenfeled are almost always seen together. He has his throat slashed by Koinzell while he and Nirgenfeled hid in the armory of Lebelont's castle. In a moment of irony, he claimed that "If Ascheriit was alive, he would kill the rebel Koinzell in the blink of an eye.
The truth was that they were the ones who actually completed the quest while the Seven 'Heroes' ambushed and murdered them, and afterwards stole credit for their accomplishments. After Glenn betrays the Empire, however, the truth is revealed and the Four Lances are exonerated and given the recognition they deserve. Kfer maintains a calm manner and puts his duty before anything else.
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He was the heir of the Jebnaress clan, the ruling clan of Jebr. Jebnaress had a history of strong swordsmanship, but Kfer lost the title of "Strongest in the Empire" to Ascheriit Koinzell. Unlike Glenn, he held no jealousy nor hatred towards Ascheriit and became his friend and requested Ascheriit to train his son to become the strongest swordsman in the next generation.
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During the war, Glenn attempted to convince Kfer to follow him and the other 6 members of the Holy Lances to give up on their mission because, as an important noble, he has an important lineage to keep. After the betrayal of the 7 heroes, Kfer was killed, and, as Kfer was framed as a traitor, Jebnaress was disgraced, and was overthrown by the other clans of Jebr. Kfer's son, Ikfes, became a slave knight and hated having the blood of his father, whom he thought betrayed the empire.
Lebelont said that Gustav was born in a stranded area, and was not a noble. Lebelont said that Krentel was born in a stranded area, and was not a noble. Largor was a strong leader who has made the Szaalenden empire prosper since the Wischtech war. After the death of his son, Glenn, he lost all interest in governing the empire.
As a result, Lebelont used this to his advantage, becoming the de facto ruler of the empire. The Imperial Elector's have decided to elect a new Emperor to replace Largor. He eventually comes out of his stupor and assists Koinzell in his battle against the revived Glenn, who the Emperor disowns after discovering that he had dabbled in the dark magic of Wischtech.
He then apologizes to Koinzell and exonerates him and his comrades before dying of his wounds. The Emperor has magnificent skill with a sword, claimed to equal that of a Blade Master, in spite of his advanced age.
Gleaa stated that he is more skilled than Ascheriit who is in fact Koinzell. He's been studying under Ms. Gleaa for 5 years and was told if he killed the Hero Slayer, he'd regain his title as Imperial Royalty. He has a little brother. Ikfes confronts Koinzell after he slays Barestar and the two engage in a brutal sword fight. Ikfes acknowledges Koinzell's skill with a sword but still believes his skill is superior.
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The battle ends however, when Koinzell uses the 'Black Wings' technique, the ultimate skill only a 'Blatt Meister' would know, to shatter Ikfes' sword and injure his arm. His defeat causes Ikfes to become more obsessed with defeating Koinzell. It has been revealed that Ikfes is related to one of the Four Lances of Betrayal, which is how he lost his status as imperial royalty.
He was given Ascheriit's Fairy Stone Sword by Glenn, which he presumably stole from Asceriit after betraying and murdering him.
At the end of their second duel Koinzell once again uses the Black Wings and injures Ikfes in doing so. Ikfes blames Kfer's, revealed to be his father and is Koinzell's friend, sword technique which he acquired as the reason for his losses. Koinzell tells Ikfes that Kfer's technique was incorporated into the Black Wings, the Blatt Meister's technique, and that he should not be ashamed of his heritage. Ikfes then uses the technique on Koinzell to defeat him, but does not kill him, saying instead that he still wants to learn things from Koinzell.
However, as Ikfes reaches out to Koinzell to pull him to his feet, Lebelond uses his flying castle's main cannon to blast Koinzell.
After the massacre of Jebr, Ikfes is hailed as a hero and becomes the newest 'Blatt Meister', thus repairing "The Mansion of Swords" name. He then thrust into Lebelont's war effort. But he is now very conflicted with his actions, and wonders if he is following the sword of justice as his mother had hoped.
Koinzell admit that Ikfes is one of few people whom he fears their sword. After the truth is revealed about his father, Ikfes tries to force Koinzell into a duel to the death in hopes that Koinzell will kill him for having served the men who killed his parents, but Koinzell ultimately defeats him mentally and forces him to stand down. She taught Ascheriit and hates Glenn for killing him. Glenn has told her of his murder of Ascheriit and the other Lances of Betrayal, but he does not reveal the truth of what transpired.
She wished that they could have at least preserved their names as heroes rather than calling them the "Lances of Betrayal". Glenn reappears to her after his revival and tries to tempt her with eternal youth in order to get her to train his soldiers, but she refuses. When she discovers that Ascheriit is still alive as Koinzell she is overjoyed, though she has him reenroll at the Mansion for a time after she notices his faltering sword skills, making a point that, hero or not, Ascheriit is still one of her students.
He and his retinues help Koinzell, until learning of his true nature.