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    Heartlessfang is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    ^ that is only plausible if we assume it IS a birthmark on the kids face. Nice theory though.

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    Maybe.... Negi has no mother.... LOL He is a proto-type clone of Nagi! Yup, that would explain everything...

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    I have notice that Negi does not have his father's eyes, esp when he is fifteen-year-old self. Negi has his mother's eyes. Negi seems not to worried about his mother at all. He did have Nekane to help him to understand how to relate to females.

    Still, his Uncle and Nagi's friend Stan help to raise Negi until the demon attack on Negi's home village. Negi's grandfather had to raise Negi after his Uncle was pertified.

    It will only take a single person to start making Negi to think about his mother. So far, no one has not yet mention anything about Negi's mother. Causing some people to think that she is dead. I do believed that Negi's mother is still alive. The problem is where are her current locations. The Wales/Magic World story may help us with the fate of Negi's mother.

    Special Fact. In Japan, Mothers rise their children differently than in the West. If Negi was Japanese, he will be worrying about happen to his mother. Ken does understand Western culture. Negi's search for his father is based on some Western cultural values. Let's hope that Negi's mother is still alive, and aware of what her son is doing.

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    Negi's probably Nagi in an alternate timeline... thereby disrupting the shizz about the timeline and that explains how he's the ultimate ero boy... lulz...

    take a look at a mirror and have a mirror behind you... you'd see an infinite reflection... I'm thinking of something like that...

    on another note : how many of you guys will vote that Ken Akamatsu is gonna pull of an Eichiiro Oda here? lulz...

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    Quote Originally Posted by takahata View Post
    Special Fact. In Japan, Mothers rise their children differently than in the West. If Negi was Japanese, he will be worrying about happen to his mother. Ken does understand Western culture. Negi's search for his father is based on some Western cultural values. Let's hope that Negi's mother is still alive, and aware of what her son is doing.
    Not to burst your bubble of half-truths or anything, but that's made-up-on-the-spot "If I say "the west" anything I say is true" bullshit. He lives with his sister, his father was still alive and came to his aid when he was younger, and he's the son of a legend. So yes, it makes sense that he'd be obsessed about his dad and that his mother is just simply dead. I don't know which part of the world that isn't Eastern Asia, sense "the West" usually means that when the Japanese, specifically, use that term, but where I come from, and according to most all of the media I've ever come in contact with, a kid tends to worry about their mother as well in a "loving family" unless she's already dead, or abandoned him as a baby. I can't even imagine where you got this idea that "western cultures" don't have maternal attachments; but purely paternal ones are perfectly normal.

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    I will like to point about the special note. It is basically a summary of what I know about Japanese mothers and how they raise their children. I do appraise Ken for focusing on some elements of Western Culture. Negi is from Great Britian.

    About the fate of Negi's mother, there are two groups of fans, The first group of fans believed that Negi's mother died sometime after his birth. The second group believes that Negi's mother is still alive and missing like Nagi's father. I belong to the second group.

    What is already known. Sometime after his birth, Negi was place under the care of his Uncle who is Nekane's father and Nagi's brother, and his aunt. Later after the demon raid, Negi was place under the care of his paternal grandfather. Nekane did help a lot in the raising of Negi. She provide him with a good example of an older female.

    The fate of Negi's mother is still a mystery. If she is still alive, she did not intend to abandon her son. She place him in the home of his Uncle Springfield. The Springfield family is a powerful family of mages.
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    what if negis mother was just away during the time .
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    There is a chance that Negi's mother was away during the demon raid on Negi's home village. Like all mages, Negi's mother was carrying on her duties to help humans. After the demon raid, Negi's mother place her son and her niece Nekane under the care of Nagi's father. Then Negi's mother went into hiding.

    Nagi's father is a powerful mage. The most likely person to be Nagi's father is the Magus. The Magus is the headmaster of the magic academy where Negi had graduated from. His friend is Konoka's grandfather the headmaster of Mahora Academy. Both headmasters are powerful mages in their own rite. They do have a lot of influence in Mage society.

    There is the family of Negi's mother. Definately, we can speculate that the parents did not like Nagi being a son-in-law despite the fact that the Springfields being a respectable and powerful family of Mages. Given some of Nagi's attitudes, he is not the best choice to be a son-in-law. We can only wonder how Negi's mother can love Nagi, and tolerate some of his attiitudes.

    Addition to my two last repiles, mothers in Japan do raise their children differently than mothers in the West. There is one group of mothers who are known as "Devil Mothers." Devil Mothers tend to dominate the lives of their first born sons. A lot of women in Japan refuse to have relationships with first born sons. Devil Mothers are often seen in some manga comics and anime series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by takahata View Post
    There is a chance that Negi's mother was away during the demon raid on Negi's home village. Like all mages, Negi's mother was carrying on her duties to help humans. After the demon raid, Negi's mother place her son and her niece Nekane under the care of Nagi's father. Then Negi's mother went into hiding.

    Nagi's father is a powerful mage. The most likely person to be Nagi's father is the Magus. The Magus is the headmaster of the magic academy where Negi had graduated from. His friend is Konoka's grandfather the headmaster of Mahora Academy. Both headmasters are powerful mages in their own rite. They do have a lot of influence in Mage society.

    There is the family of Negi's mother. Definately, we can speculate that the parents did not like Nagi being a son-in-law despite the fact that the Springfields being a respectable and powerful family of Mages. Given some of Nagi's attitudes, he is not the best choice to be a son-in-law. We can only wonder how Negi's mother can love Nagi, and tolerate some of his attiitudes.
    Not to sound overly obnoxious about this, but, as much effort as you put into that explaination, and I will admit it is very well thought out, it's nothing more than the plot of a fanfic. I can say all day that Takamichi's father is alive and well, living in the Magic Kingdom as a freedom fighter, but it doesn't make it true.

    Addition to my two last repiles, mothers in Japan do raise their children differently than mothers in the West. There is one group of mothers who are known as "Devil Mothers." Devil Mothers tend to dominate the lives of their first born sons. A lot of women in Japan refuse to have relationships with first born sons. Devil Mothers are often seen in some manga comics and anime series.
    Once again, it's like you've closed your eyes to the world around you just so you can be right about this. No, "Devil Mothers" aren't Japanese specific. The idea of an obsessive, dominating mother is a common theme in American comedies and dramas. It's not Japanese to obsess over your kids.

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    It would be cool if when Negi met his father, he would also bring his (Negi's) mother along, if she is still alive.

 

 
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