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I\'d like to clear something up.
Now that UQ Holder is diving headfirst into \"Sequel to Negima\" mode, a lot of lingering questions from Negima are being answered in that series. And, while minor, I have seen some information popping up on this series\' pages (especially on the Character pages) that is derived from UQ Holder.
What I\'d like to know is whether we want any information from UQ Holder on these pages, or if we want the information on Mahou Sensei Negima to be restricted just to Negima.
Just want to ask a bit of things regarding the evolution of Negi's Class list from this to this within the span of 350 chapters. Which trope can we categorize this?
The information about adaptations takes up half of the main article.
It would be good to separate it visually from the rest of the article.
Does anybody have any suggestion how to do it?
A subtitle? Problematic because afterwards the info about the original manga continues near the end.
Move it to some other page?
The page needs splitting into a franchise article, where the spin-off information would go. Here, I'll start it.
Done. Tropes from anything that isn't the manga or a direct adaptation of it and doesn't have a page should go there. This also needs to be moved to the English title, but I don't have the time.
Needs expansion and the proper page:
What was the reason why this manga was abruptly ended? A lot of things are left to the readers imagination...
1. Arika's whereabouts.
2. Negi's Wife.
3. The fate of the Lifemaker.
4. Those people at the Megalo-Mesembria who sent those demons to Negi's hometown.
5. Rescuing Nagi.
I can understand why it was done - it has been going on for nine years. It would have been nice if a little more was kept locked away in Akamatsu's mind; with everything he said, he's created as many questions as he's answered, and more than a few of the answered questions weren't really asked in the first place. The main one for this troper is: Nagi? Seriously? Why? What's the point in dropping such a Wham Line and then answering it in the conclusion before any kind oof conflict that could have been used to resolve it has taken place?
There's enough left open to warrant a sequel, though, so don't look away just yet. Wait a few years and, if Akamatsu starts something else, then the very best of luck to the man, but there's nothing wrong with hoping.
At least the Kono-Setsu ship is still afloat.
This explains everything.
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