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    takahata is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    I have gone back to Ch. 169. In Ch. 169, there has been a brief description of the Magic World. Chamo points out that the place is similiar to Japan during its isolationist period, also known as the Edo Period, or one of the Eastern Block countries during the Cold War. The Magic World is full of mysteries.

    The Magic World does have an Imperial Family. The Magic World is likely a Constitutional Monarchy. The Imperial Family's powers seem to be more than the Japanese Imperial Family, and the British Royal family have on Earth.

    We know that the Magic World does have slavery in some parts. The country which Negi and the others find themselves in does continue to have slavery to an extent.

    It will be suprising to find out that Negi is likely a member of the Imperial Family. I am mainly pointing to Negi's own powers. Negi is a powerful Mage for his age.

    I hate the ideal of Negi and the White Wing being treated like fugitives on the Magic World. Their original intentions were to visit the magic World, and to find any information on Negi's father.

    There is still more information on the Magic World. I started this thread as a way to add any more information on the Magic World.

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    Quote Originally Posted by takahata View Post
    I hate the ideal of Negi and the White Wing being treated like fugitives on the Magic World. Their original intentions were to visit the magic World, and to find any information on Negi's father.
    This is just a twist that was thrown in. Fate never knew that Negi and his group were coming to the magical world, and likewise Negi did not know about Fates plan, whatever it is. More than likely, Fate modified his plans so that Negi and his party would take the blame and focus the magical worlds forces on them, and cover his tracks that way rather than just erase whatever records were at the teleport station.

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    Meh, I find it more amusing that they're found as criminals, makes it more complicated instead of an easy story like waltzing in and laughihng. "Ho ho! Oh there's my Dad! That was easy!" No no, fuck that. Complication is better. Anyway the Magic World looks like it's related to Britain because that's where the door is, or gate. There's your answer.

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    The ideal of Negi and the White Wing being fugitives is consider to be a twist. I did not expect them to become fugitives. Fate had decided to frame Negi and the White Wing. There is a chance that one of Nagi's friends is now searching for Negi and the White Wing. The only member of the Crimson Wing who has not appear is the one who I will call "The Blond Hair Giant." The Blond Hair Giant is a swordsman like Kokona's father. He is the friend of Negi who is likely living in the Magic World.

    This thread is design to gather any information on the Magic World. The information which I have gather comes mostly from Ch. 169.

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    why does the gate of the magic world have to be in Britain? previously during the festival Chao or someone mentioned that there wer 12 places in the world where magical energies are abundant (Mahora being one of them) so in that way couldn't there be 12 gates to the magic world?

    Since most of the spells are chanted in Latin or in Ancient Greek I was thinking more in the lines of Mt. Olympus or somewhere in Rome.... the only thing closer to magic native to Britain are the stone henge and druid activity.

    ONly one gate in britain seems abit racist to me, and if that is the gate in the west, then there should be a gate in the east as well, maybe in Japan, Korea, or China.

    The magical world itself seems abit racially unequal too since it is mostly western in style.

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    There seems to be more than one magic portal between the planet Earth and the Magic World. It makes no sense to have only one portal between the Earth and the Magic World. There has to be six portal stations on Earth. One of the magic portal stations is located near Negi's hometown.

    We can state that there is a portal located somewhere in Japan. Likely near the Mahora Academy. What Fate and his team destroy was the terminal. There seem to be more than one portal at the terminal. According to Wikipedia, the magic portal in Wales is open once a week. The main reason for opening the Wales Magic Portal once a week is for security reasons.

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    It was told that when one portal got broken, the others stopped functioning normally. So there is more than one portal. Probably Negi went to Britain portal, because it lead to MW capital, where information was abundant, and public order was good.

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    probably the gate in britain is the only stable one and the only one that is in control of the humans, after all Kotaro and Setsuna came from the magic world, but they weren't in britain, probably there are more gates, but only the one in britain is keept active all the time
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    Quote Originally Posted by takahata View Post
    The Magic World does have an Imperial Family. The Magic World is likely a Constitutional Monarchy. The Imperial Family's powers seem to be more than the Japanese Imperial Family, and the British Royal family have on Earth.

    It will be suprising to find out that Negi is likely a member of the Imperial Family. I am mainly pointing to Negi's own powers. Negi is a powerful Mage for his age.
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    If Negi is a member of the Imperial Family, wouldn't that make him Asuna Kagurazaka's relative? We know that Asuna was/is an princess in the magicall world.

    Hehe.. It would be "funny" [Actually catastrophic for us readers :P] if Negima marries Asuna ><

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    In Ch. 169, there is the mentioning of another princess who is call the Princess of the Dusk. She was helping Nagi and the others. Asuna seem to be a hostage. The Princess of the Dusk is a mystery character. First, I assumed that Asuna was the Princess of the Dusk. She turn out to be a different person.

 

 
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