Majyo to Houki to Kurobuchi Megane - Chapter 38

Majyo to Houki to Kurobuchi Megane Chapter 38

Been a while.

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15 comments to Majyo to Houki to Kurobuchi Megane – Chapter 38

  • svines85

    Awesome, thanks a lot!

  • Knwtmsyn

    Thanks guys, I can’t stop reading these.

  • TheZero

    Thank you, thank you so much

  • Rokudaime

    Oh? OH! Yey! This is a nice surprise! it’s been way too long! Thanks! ^^

  • TheBaka

    Yes, I can never get enough of this manga! Thank you for your efforts as usual.

  • Knwtmsyn

    I don’t get the ‘little luck’ thing…

    • Rokudaime

      It’s a Japanese New Year’s tradition, practiced both at Shinto and Buddhist temples. People go to shrines and draw small notes/paper slips called O-mikuji, that tells them/predicts how good their luck will be for that year. The predictions range from “dai-kichi” (great luck) to “dai-kyo” (terrible luck). You can then tie the piece of paper to a tree branch to make the good fortune come true, or to avert it if it’s a bad one.

      • Knwtmsyn

        It seemed like she was disappointed that she was the only one that got ‘great luck’, that’s where I was confused. Am I looking too much into it? Thanks btw.

        • Rokudaime

          Ah, so that’s what you meant. I’m a little more surprised that you didn’t pick up on this one. 😉

          Yes, she’s disappointed about getting “great luck”, because although it’s a nice prediction to get, and is better than “little luck” that the others got, she’s still unhappy because she doesn’t want to be the only one in their group that got “great luck” and didn’t get “little luck”. It’s not about how much luck she got, but about the fact that she didn’t get the same thing as all her friends, which is made more significant by the fact that she was the only one. That’s all.

          I should mention that this kind of mentality is even more likely to be a thing among Japanese people, since they are big on uniformity and being in harmony with everyone else over there, compared to here in the west. We praise individuality over here, but in Japan, being the “nail that sticks out”, as they call it, is often not considered a good thing. Anyway, you’re welcome. 🙂

          • mogu

            It’s not that deep. Just that being part of the group is more important to her than a lot of other things. Because of how alone she always was, she wants that extra validation that she’s part of the group.

  • Oddone

    What happened to your online reader?

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