|Maria-san, Maria-san! Cleaning stop!|
|Am I the only one who likes Kananiwa? I think I'll do some Kananiwa fanart next time. Btw, this scene is totally doujin bait.|
Also, once again, Hayate affirms Nagi's "amazing luck," while Hayate himself has terrible luck... no, I'm totally NOT implying anything here ;).
Anyway, Hayate was rather amusing here, but there a few things that have me wondering:
1. Why'd he choose a game of chance? He either wants to lose really badly or he's got a fail-safe plan for winning -- and he'll still lose anyway.
2. Why is he interested in Kananiwa's King's Jewel and why did he ask her to participate?
3. He was totally lying when he said that Nagi didn't want to participate given the determination she's shown to win. For Nagi, it's Hayate's life on the line after all (even though that was a really stupid reason Ruri gave her.)
Anyway, with that aside, let's move on to the next chapter in a hurry, shall we?
Not even interested in guessing who is being hinted at in the cliffhanger. Hata might just decide that it's time to bring in Ruri Tsugumi again.
Fanart Corner: This one is a request. It's not quite finished yet, but the colored pens version has color at least.
There is a brilliant theory on the internet: Hayate will just assume he is playing the regular "Old Lady" game and he will get the Joker because of his invincible bad luck.ReplyDelete
ZOMG! That really IS brilliant. His bad luck is one of the universal laws of the hayateverse after all. With that said, we'd have to assume that Hayate's bad luck is based on his personal perception.Delete