Black clover now gears up to throw Asta back into the center of the action with the latest chapters in the series, and now it’s explained how Asta’s newly mastered Move power works! After losing to Lucius Zogratis at the start of the final arc of Yuki Tabata’s original manga series, Asta suddenly found himself transported to the Land of the Sun and trying to master a new kind of technique that will hopefully tip the balance back in favor. could bring. He struggled for the past few chapters to figure it out, but now he’s found the answer.
After managing to save Ichika at the end of the previous chapter, Asta revealed that he could figure out how to use his Moves. Much like the anti-magical skills he had been using in his battles so far, the secret to his technique turns out to be using Moves as a counter. Make sure you wait for just the right moment to attack, it’s an ability that interacts with his fighting style.
How does Putting of Asta work?
As we have seen during the battles of the Ryuzen Seven Black clover recent series of chapters, Moves works differently based on a fighter’s magical power. So for Asta’s case it was different too. Mushogatake of the Ryuzen Seven confirms that Asta was able to retrieve the key to his technique, and upon seeing it in action, explains that Asta was actually just cutting through the enemy’s magic rather than the enemy itself. No matter how strong an enemy’s spell is, Asta can break through it with his anti-magic.
The bottom line, the ultimate counterattack is like waiting for the enemy to cast their spell, he can move quickly to take them down and make sure he wins. It could be the technique that eventually helps Asta defeat Lucius and the rest of the Paladins, and now it’s just a matter of seeing if he can continue to use this power against enemies who will be much stronger and trickier from this point on. On.
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