Black Clover Chapter 339 spoilers reveal Asta’s new power-up, Anti-Magic, Anti-Magic Zone, Anti-Magic Skin, and pretty much confirm everything that magic and knights can create based on Mana. Because all those methods are based on unconscious manipulation to People use it to manipulate the mana that creates magic. Magic is manipulated by mana and mana is manipulated by using ki. So, Asta can perform any mana-based non-magic techniques with his own anti-magic.
As Yuki Tabata makes clear in This Black Clover Chapter 339 spoilers, Asta can also use anti-magic spells.
Black Clover Chapter 339 Full Synopsis and Spoilers
Black Clover Chapter 339 starts a second time after the end of the last chapter with Yami’s sister Ichiga grabbing Asta’s face like Yami always does, clearly showing that they are related. They literally have the same personality. Asta confirmed that Yami never said she had a younger sister, which might seem obvious at first glance but it definitely isn’t. Yami never mentions that the Vice-Captain or the other Black Bull members are there, and remember how casually Asta reveals that she knows Henry is around.
So yes this confirmation is definitely important because Yami never talks about her family. What is the reason behind it? He may not even know he has a sister. Or his family may be deported. Wondering why he didn’t mention his family raises a lot of questions. We know that he referred to himself and his people as fishermen, which he may have meant the people he lived with, meaning people unrelated to him if he assumed he had problems with his real family. That’s why he had to grow up as a fisherman outside of the Yami clan.
Asta suddenly draws a lot of attention from the citizens of the Land of the Rising Sun, not because he has two arms at least primarily, but because they see him as physically alien. Knowing nothing of the likes of him in the Land of the Rising Sun, they even wondered about his hair color. Basically, they understand that Asta does not belong to this country. And it clearly shows that such a thing does not happen, often not even ever.
Asta would be the first person from outside the country in many years, perhaps even generations. There must be a reason why this country is so isolated. You can see the people of the country panicking, whispering behind Astha and posing as if they were scared. We can see the sweaty expressions of people in anime and manga when they are nervous or afraid of something.
From this, we can clearly infer that the Land of the Rising Sun definitely had a bad experience with foreigners. They may have once been at war with aliens, or they may be so isolated that they fear everything that is different from them.
We also see Ryu notice this sentiment in the population, we’ll definitely have to watch how this topic develops in future chapters.
The scene then shifts to where Liebe is being healed. This is probably the same place where Asta woke up at the beginning of this arc. It might be strange that Liebe and Asta broke up and now got back together, why is that, what is the reason?
There’s no real plot-related reason for it to be done this way, unless Tabata didn’t want to introduce the most important characters from the Land of the Rising Sun, so the whole sightseeing thing could have been done there with Lieb and Asta. At the same time.
The new character’s name is Mikuria Fumito. Like all the other names in the Land of the Rising Sun, Mikuria is Japanese. Word has also been trickling around subreddits and Twitter that Tamata drew himself as a new character and named him Mikuria. And it may be true that Mikuria looks a lot like a tomato.
In this chapter, Fumito reveals that it took him a long time with Libre because it was the first time he administered medicine to such a creature. By such a being he means a devil or a non-magical being.
Asta has an anti-magic armor that can protect her from all forms of magic. In theory, that’s the antimagic skin strongly implied in this chapter.
There’s a meal that once again highlights Heart Village’s special No Potatoes. It was fine that Tabata mentioned these particular potatoes once, but now that he mentions them again, it’s clear that something about the Land of the Rising Sun is off.
These potatoes are explained to only grow in the Land of Haze, but now they appear in the Land of the Rising Sun, believed to be so far away from the Four Kingdom continent that no one can race it without help, not even Asta who can use her anti-magic to fly at insane speeds. There are only a few possibilities, either the Land of the Rising Sun isn’t real and it’s all an illusion. So, it’s the afterlife where Asta trains to come back stronger than ever. And these potatoes are just a reflection of his mind.
Asta asked to return to the Clover Kingdom again and this time he was a little scared because he thought he could get stronger in a short time. Suddenly, he’s slapped by Ichika, who basically tells him to shut up and follow her. She wants to show him something, because she leads him into the yard, where we see a pile of bamboo sticks. Ichika wants to show Asuta a new technique. Aastha gets confused and says she doesn’t have magic. So what can they teach him? Concentration and sense of Ki is the answer. Not just feeling where ki is, how it feels but seeing ki.
Asta’s approach to him is archaic. This lesson with Ichika changes everything. It is then revealed that Ki is the vital energy flow that everyone unconsciously manipulates to control mana and create magic.
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