Asta and Yuno as Rivals
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The next installment of Black Clover delves into how Asta thinks about his opponent Yuno in the wake of the events of the Spade Kingdom Raid Battles, which marks the beginning of the series’ last arc.

The Clover Kingdom was healing from all the battles with the devils they had previously barely managed to survive when the last arc of the manga story began. Both Yuno and Asta had gained significant promotions as a result of their pivotal roles in the victory. However, Yuno once again received the best advancement and rank of the two competitors.

Black Clover has given the fans several examples of how Yuno frequently feels inferior to Asta, but Asta is unaware of this because he still thinks the same way he always has about being inferior to him. This continues to bother him even as he develops a new talent because he questions whether Yuno would have lost to Lucius Zogratis and failed to save Sister Lily, just as he did at the start of the final saga.

In Black Clover manga’s most recent chapter which is the 345th one, the series’ main protagonist Asta is seen continuing his training with two of the Ryuzen Seven group’s more powerful members from the Land of the Sun. Yosuga who is the his new trainer, notes that Asta is hesitant in his fighting because his defeat has left him feeling uncertain. Asta considers the fact that he had been questioning himself and was upset by the defeat against Lucius at this point. He is even beginning to believe that perhaps he isn’t the Wizard King type after all.

The chapter confirms that Asta even thinks Yuno could have shielded and saved Sister Lily from her current situation if she had been the one to confront Lucius. Asta is beginning to doubt both the depth of his current convictions and his standing as a contender given that Yuno was the first to be promoted to Grand Magic Knight and is just growing stronger.

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Black Clover is a Japanese manga series created by the famous Yūki Tabata. Black Clover has been serialized in Shueisha’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump since February 2015, with its chapters gathered in 32 tankōbon volumes as of April 2022.

In North America, the manga is authorized for English delivery by Viz Media, while the anime series is authorized by Crunchyroll and Funimation.

Black Clover anime TV arrangement variation created by Pierrot debuted in Japan on TV Tokyo in October 2017.

The story bases on Asta, a little fellow apparently conceived with no sorcery power, something that is obscure on the planet he lives in. With his individual mages from the Black Bulls, Asta plans to turn into the following Wizard King.

You can watch the Black Clover anime by following the link on Crunchyroll!

You can read the Black Clover manga by following the link on Viz Media!


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