The imbalance of magical power between peasants and royalty was broken thanks to Zora and Magna in Chapter #292 of Black Clover.
The commonly used shonen concept of “passing your limits” is also common in Black Clover’s Black Bulls. But Magna goes one step further in Chapter #292 of the manga, “Knowing”. Instead of committing to a strict physical training regimen, Magna read the book, and as the chapter reveals, with Zora’s help, he discovered the hidden benefits of runes.
It was initially assumed that only high-ranking mages in the series could use the runes to create powerful bonds, but after a lot of research, Zora helped Magna understand how “farmer” ” can use their own unique runes to create powerful spells – not an easy process, but a worthwhile one.
Let’s see why this new development is such a big deal for Black Bulls in general, not just Magna, and why it’s not simply a buff.
It was quickly skimmed into the manga but Magna’s magical growth essentially raised his overall level as a Sorcerer Knight. Rather than train her mind in the traditional way for months, Magna goes back to the roots of magic to understand how to compile runes to create arrays that leverage her strengths using natural energy. By using natural energy through runes, and creating an array to amplify her own magic, Magna was able to craft a unique spell, befitting her daring.
Zora and Magna can both create their own arrays of runes that use enemy magic against them. This could be a specific topic related only to “farmer” in Black Clover, and it really makes sense given the situations both Black Bull members have been involved in: Zora was able to set a trap counterattack absorbs and sends back the magical power of higher level enemies, and now Magna has cast a similar spell that can split the power of himself and Dante (leader of the Ministry). three Shadows) , to level the game.
The idea of a “farmer” capable of fighting against powerful entities is a very good one. They are underdogs who are constantly mocked but ultimately prove to be a real threat against the devil.
The interesting advantage is that Magna and Zora’s rune magic is very weak, it can linger for a long time undetected. This allows them to cast spells in advance and set them as traps, or cast them undetected, as Magna did to Dante when he linked Magical Secrets: Death Match Soul Chains.
In the grip of the battle, creating effective arrays with runes may seem difficult, but apparently, even the “farmers” are capable of crafting undetectable complex spells that can yield advantage for them. It’s still unknown how much magic can be created and saved by Magna and Zora, so their best bet is to lead with their strongest spell.
With all the attention going to Dante and Magna at the moment in the Black Clover manga, Zora is being overlooked. Jack is surprised by Magna’s spell, but Zora makes it clear that they must not interfere as it could affect Magna’s spell. Even if that were to happen, Zora had to have a backup plan in case they needed to escape. Seeing as Dante as the main villain, it’s hard to believe that Magna will actually defeat the leader of that Shadow Trio, but anything is possible in the world of Black Cover. Zora may have a new spell lurking around that will give the Black Bulls an advantage, while also giving herself time to escape with Jack and Magna.
Aside from all the magic advancement, Magna’s character development also shines in Chapter #292. Magna has grown from a weak mage to become a strategic (but still heady) Magical Knight finger). This time, Magna had a plan and must have come up with a backup plan with Zora. The situation might turn serious, but it doesn’t seem like Magna’s life is really in danger.
In addition, luck’s desire not to stumble in the dark is driving a commitment to becoming a stronger mage. The two started off as equals, but currently, Luck was dominant in magic and technique. Magna has come a long way from just hitting fire baseball, and his newly tweaked Secret Flame Magic: Soul Chain Death Match is a perfect fit for his character.