History Manga / BeetTheVandelBuster

18th May '16 7:43:41 PM M84
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* NotSoDifferent: Busters and Vandels. Both wield power far beyond normal humans, and humans tend to fear both. The Divine power wielded by Busters and the Dark power wielded by Vandels seem to have similar principles and applications as well despite their opposing natures. They both even have appraisers that judge their ranks based on accomplishments -- Busters' appraisers raise the level of Busters based on how many Vandels and monsters they kill, while the Vandels' appraisers reward them with stars based on how many humans and Busters they kill.

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* NotSoDifferent: Busters and Vandels. Both wield power far beyond normal humans, and humans tend to fear both. The Divine power wielded by Busters and the Dark power wielded by Vandels seem to have similar principles and applications as well despite their opposing natures. They both even have appraisers that judge their ranks based on accomplishments -- Busters' appraisers raise the level of Busters based on how many Vandels and monsters they kill, while the Vandels' appraisers reward Shagie rewards them with stars based on how many humans and Busters they kill.
17th May '16 8:26:37 PM M84
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* NotSoDifferent: Busters and Vandels. Both wield power far beyond normal humans, and humans tend to fear both. The Divine power wielded by Busters and the Dark power wielded by Vandels seems to have similar principles and applications as well despite their opposing natures. They both even have appraisers that judge their ranks based on accomplishments -- Busters' appraisers raise the level of Busters based on how many Vandels and monsters they kill, while the Vandels' appraisers reward them with stars based on how many humans and Busters they kill.

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* NotSoDifferent: Busters and Vandels. Both wield power far beyond normal humans, and humans tend to fear both. The Divine power wielded by Busters and the Dark power wielded by Vandels seems seem to have similar principles and applications as well despite their opposing natures. They both even have appraisers that judge their ranks based on accomplishments -- Busters' appraisers raise the level of Busters based on how many Vandels and monsters they kill, while the Vandels' appraisers reward them with stars based on how many humans and Busters they kill.
17th May '16 8:25:58 PM M84
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* NotSoDifferent: Busters and Vandels. Both wield power far beyond normal humans, and humans tend to fear both. The Divine power wielded by Busters and the Dark power wielded by Vandels seems to have similar principles and applications as well despite their opposing natures. They both even have appraisers that judge their ranks based on accomplishments -- Busters' appraisers raise the level of Busters based on how many Vandels and monsters they kill, while the Vandels' appraisers reward them with stars based on how many humans and Busters they kill.
16th May '16 1:54:56 AM M84
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* CareerEndingInjury: [[spoiler:Cruss' arms were so severely injured by Beltorze's attack that he can barely hold a paintbrush, let alone his former Saiga the Crown Shield. His days as a Buster are over.]]
16th May '16 1:47:40 AM M84
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* EmpathicWeapon: The Saigas. The Saigas are actually manifested from the Busters' very souls. The downside is that any damage the Saigas take also injures their wielders.
16th May '16 1:45:20 AM M84
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* BrokeYourArmPunchingOutCthulhu: Severing the horn of a Vandel will kill it, but it also releases all of the Dark Power inside the Vandel as a massive explosion. The more powerful the Vandel, the bigger the explosion. [[spoiler:Milfa's intervention is the only reason Beet and the others survive after he severed Grineed's horn.]]
16th May '16 1:42:10 AM M84
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* NoTrueScotsman: Hystario dislikes Baron because the latter's displays of mercy and honor aren't very Vandel-like behavior, especially for a Seven Star Vandel. He thinks that Baron is No True Vandel. [[spoiler:Then Baron nearly tears him apart and leaves him for dead. Hystario actually ''approves'' of this, claiming that Baron's behaving more like a Vandel.]]
16th May '16 1:29:48 AM M84
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* JackOfAllStats: Beet whose multiple saigas covers most (if not all) of his weaknesses and make him very versatile. He's kept from being a game breaker due to the fact that he hasn't mastered them all

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* JackOfAllStats: Beet whose multiple saigas covers most (if not all) of his weaknesses and make him very versatile. He's kept from being a game breaker due to the fact that he hasn't mastered them allall.
* KillAllHumans: Shagie claims that Vandels were born to destroy humanity.
16th May '16 1:23:15 AM M84
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** Noah comes off as this. He's not interested in power struggles and just wants to continue his studies. That said, he's not a Seven Star Vandel for nothing.
16th May '16 1:19:16 AM M84
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* DeadlyUpgrade: Burning up your own body for a power boost. Doing so grants incredible power, but it's very risky since again, you're ''burning up your own body''. It's inevitably fatal if you don't how to stop the process. Curiously, Busters ''and'' Vandels can use this technique despite the polar opposite nature of their powers. [[spoiler:Zenon used it against Beltorze, and Beltorze copied it. Both of them fought each other while their bodies were being burned as fuel. The result was that Zenon is missing and presumed dead and Beltorze hasn't moved for years, slowly gathering power.]]
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