Edmund: "Why wouldn't they want you here?"
Gino: "I got their friend killed!"
Edmund: "Nonsense. It wasn't your fault."
No, no Edmund.
It WAS his fault.
If he didn't disobey, left the ship unescorted which only lead to nearly get himself killed not once, not twice but thrice in Druf Durr or whatever that town was called. Meili died without a hint of a back story because of Gino.
It was to defend Gino that he got that badly injured!
If that boy is ever going to learn anything, first he needs to learn to deal with the result of his actions.
He's starting to show initiative, let him deal with it like a man.
ok, I admit it. It's all my fault.
If I had only stopped reading before page 24, Meili would still be alive. crying
See, I would have never made that connection because these manga updates are so ******** far and few between.
Gaia's manga updates have always been spaced out far in between.
I'm content with the new updates and quite honestly I am happy AND proud that they're sticking with this story line instead of dropping it half way through.
Let's just hope I didn't jinx it.
Also, yeah great power = great responsibility, Spider Gino!
YOU GOTTA DEAL WITH IT!!
Gino will snap back at Edmund in page eleven just you see. He'll tell him that if he hadn't left the ship then Zhivago wouldn't have attacked him and Meili wouldn't have needed to defend him. If he's going to have any sense of growing up he's going to have to own up to his actions and not let people coddle him. I love ya Edmund but you can't keep coddling Gino dude.
Since it's still updating, Edmund will know soon enough... He just jumped in the middle of the fight in order to save him. It's not like he "knows" everything. :/
...And who I'm starting to wonder who is this "Hephaes". Probably a god that Sen doesn't want to meet often...
Edit: Hephaes = part of Hephaestus.
I hope it's some kind of forge or fire god. Maybe living in a volcano or something, active even, so going to visit him would be highly dangerous to everyone involved.
Also, Gino is starting to realize that maybe he shouldn't jump the boat (pffft) on everything, but Edmund also needs to give Gino space to grow and become a man. It almost seems like he's coddling Gino.
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that it makes sense for Edmund to say that because Edmund is not a raging douchebag and is probably trying to make Gino feel better.
He may well blame the kid for ******** up, but he's probably not going to say it out loud to Gino because he already blames himself.
It's like...God forbid, one of you guys left the door open in your house and you got robbed. Would you seriously want your friends to say, "Well, you got what you deserved because you were irresponsible?"