Demons Sword Lostvayne


Day 23 of the 30 Day Anime Challenge and our topic this time is, “Favorite Attack Someone Used In An Anime.”

Anime has a lot of cliche in it. One of them is a stance that they often spend mainly on the anime action. Generally, the characters that exist in the anime it often yelled at his strength. I don’t know what the meaning and the purpose, maybe so that his attack is stronger to be issued to his enemy. My favorite attack is ‘Full Counter’ by Meliodas from the anime “The Seven Deadly Sins.”

The Seven Deadly Sins

The Knight of Britannia uses immensely powerful magic to protect the region of Britannia and its kingdoms. However, a small subset of the Knights supposedly betrayed their homeland and turned their blades against their comrades in an attempt to overthrow the ruler of Liones. They were defeated by the Holy Knights, but rumors continued to persist that these legendary knights, called the “Dead Deadly Sins,” were still alive. Ten years later, the Holy Knights themselves staged a coup d’Ă©tat, and so became the new, tyrannical rulers of the Kingdom of Liones.

Based on the best-selling manga series of the same name, Nanatsu no Taizai follows the adventures of Elizabeth, the third princess of the Kingdom of Liones, and her search for the Seven Deadly Sins. With their help, she endeavors to not only take back her kingdom from the Holy Knights but to also seek justice in an unjust world.

Source: MAL

Full Counter

Meliodas is the leader of Seven Deadly Sins and the greatest sin of Wrath. He is the owner of a bar called Boar Hat and is also the main character in this anime. The weapon he possessed is Demons Sword Lostvayne which often issued the power of Full Counter. He is also the captain of the Ten Commandments who is the eldest son of the demon king.

Full Counter works by returning the enemy’s attack back to his enemy but must by sacrificing himself and allowing his enemies to attack. Full Counter will not work when the opponent doesn’t allow them to read the nature of their timing attacks.


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