isn't it a shame?
i was rereading this manga and i just realized we never really got to see eiushun fight. i mean the other member who have been introduced have fought such as albiero and rakan but we really haven't seen eishun fight, especially since he is one of the first ones to be petrified in the kyoto arc. and another thing i realized is that negi's body is continually being scarred. i wonder how he's going to explain all of that.
It's like how he's never shown a decent fight with Asuna since the school festival arc.
....maybe it's because Eishuun and Setsuna's fighting styles are so simmilar that it wouldn't make much of a difference. They are from the same school of swordsmanship after all....but yeah it's a shame we don't get to see him fight :(
As for the scars, I have the same feeling.
Negi chose not to heal the scar on his arm from the fight with his father.
As for Setsuna, I don't know.
But if it keeps going like this, he's going to end up with a body full of scars by the time he's a magister magi.
It always bugs an OCD person like me.
omg i'm very confused. who is that guy who looks like fate that's in negi's team? like the guy who makes the shield magic when they're being attack.
OMG i love negima it is so my fantasy manga >_< harry potter x technology teeheehee
I have read the MSN manga since the beguinning, yet I don't remember much about Eishun...
Maybe I should re-read it again.
Isn't he the Principal Old man in Old World's Japan?
if you still don't know who he is. read this:
I'm not dissappointed in not seeing Eishun fight. The person that I want to see in a duel is Nagi's master. If he's strong enough to be someone that Nagi considered to study under then he's definitely can kick ass :D
We got a chance to see Eishun fight during the Al Rubra sub-arc. Rakan defeat Eishun with some naked female dolls. Eishun was overwhelm by the dolls.
@Vincent: Being a teacher doesn't really mean your strong, though... I mean, sure he probably knows his shit, but what are the chances he has as much raw magical power as Nagi or Konoka (oh god, why is she a valid argument here).
@Takahata: You REALLY count that as a fight? REALLY? REAAAALLLLYYYYYYYYY?
@bluedo: would it bug you if the scares were symmetrical?
LOL @ Konoka's involvement.
Originally Posted by xxsaznpride
You don't always need brute strength to win. If Nagi's master is someone that he would like to learn from and he wasn't as strong as Nagi. Then watching him fight is more interesting than the way Nagi or Rakan fight.
@ xxsaznpride : to me its still count a a fight, cuz rakan use the dolls and beat eishun and he said "thats one down" so rakan beat eishun in a fight.
btw the dolls feels like naruto when he combine kagebunshin and oriokeno jutsu at the glasses guy. lol