Nanatsu no Taizai Chapter 273 Review: Goatther

Nanatsu no Taizai does it again. At first I didn't know what to think but now, I have to say that Nanaba Suzuki truly knows what he's doing. He oils up his machine every night and day only to throw a wrench at it and it still works perfectly. My theory was that Escanor was Mael waiting to resurface but in actuality, the original Gowther cast a spell that made the demons and Angles believe Mael was Estarossa while the Angles also thought Mael was killed by Estarossa. The Real Gowther was able to pull a fast one on the entire Demon and Goddess Clan. Who is this man?

This chapter was really cool. The team tasked with saving Elizabeth, and Gowther with Hawk right behind, engage him only for their perception of reality to change upon impact. Everyone that was alive during the Great Holy War have finally realized why they have no memory of Estarossa. He's been Mael this whole time. For 3,000 years everyone thought the same thing only for it to be a lie. Just how strong was Gowther? And you have to think, he did that when he wasn't in his prime. Prime Gowther was a hell of a man. No wonder the Demon King had him locked up.

So now with Mael back, what does that mean for this current war? Will Mael join the Goddess Clan or is the consumption of Demon energy he absorbed turned him insane and evil? The current Gowther is willingly to risk his life putting an end to this similar to his creator. Just how much magic does this Gowther have? It's hard to theorize with this series because there is speculation that Mael's power is within Escanor, so does Mael's awakening mean that Escanor's power is gone?

I truly hate the current Gowther but I have to have say, his origin and his creator's lore are amazing, making them possibly the best characters in the series. Almost everything revolves around these two and each reveal leaves me breathless. I need to know more about the man known as Gowther.

Nanatsu no Taizai Chapter 273 Review: Goatther Nanatsu no Taizai Chapter 273 Review: Goatther Reviewed by Tyrone Dismuke on Tuesday, July 03, 2018 Rating: 5

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