>LN translations resumed >manga translation started Neat.
If memory serves, the explanation is a bit trimmed down from the LN, but I think it's still failry straightforwards and understandable.
Basically Nasuverse magic has two certain properties that have been mentioned previously in other works: one, magic is more powerful the less people know about it (since mass knowledge of mystery weakens it, as if it was spread among more people); and two, magic gets more stable the more people know about it (or to be more clear the more well know the framework used by the magic is)
So traditionally most magi have worked with the nice and classic four/five element system coupled with some ancient legend or pagan deity to work their stuff. What modern magecraft proposes, and correct me if I'm wrong here, is that they use angels as a framework because they're massively known and sorta believed-in worldwide, so they can make an excellent system for magic to keep going.
Of course, nobody cares about what modern """"""magi""""""" propose.
It's literally in the post you just quoted. She's his step-sister the next in line for the El-Melloi family.
>It was a bit of a recurring thought, but seeing Add move like that reminded me of the CG you see in movies. The expression morphing bewilderingly on his face was so overly detailed it was like it was trying to express a different opinion than Add's itself.
Novel predicting what Add will look like if it ever gets adapted.
She's Hotwheel's little sister, and the one who technically should be the current Lord El Melloi.
In short, she basically guilt-tripped Waver into taking the title until she grew up plus some more debts. Turns out that despite all the angry ranting, Waver really admired Kayneth and felt extremely bad about him dying because of him, since stealing Iskandar's catalyst forced him to summon the NTRman instead.
>Hotwheels >not fastwheels
user I have some bad news for you
then what is all that fluff about temples?
So Waver was kind of adopted into the family and didn't marry into it?
She's offered to make babies with him, but I think it was a joke.
She wants his babies very hard.
You tell me what she wants, I think she makes it obvious
>With a laugh, I finished him off. >After this, I also took something from him as collateral to ensure he wouldn't attempt to flee from my demands, but that's a story for another time. >That was the beginning of our love. >It was a wonderful, heart-warming episode, don't you think? >...ah, there was one thing I forgot to mention >My name is Reines El-Melloi Archisorte. >The woman responsible for sealing 'him' - the fledgling magus known as Waver Velvet - under the name of Lord El-Melloi II.