I just read Nanatsu no Taizai 136 and here is my review for the chapter: Devils and Demonpigs
Well, there is this to wash-off this week's Fairy Tail chapter's rancid flavor.
Zeldoris subsequently tells the Ten Commandments to head off in-groups of a lot more or 2 to regain their magic, and Zeldoris essentially tells every one to destroy every thing within their pathway, results be damned. Fraudrin warns the Meliodas to not be underestimated by the others along with the others' Seven Sins (hilariously not one have any notion).
And it is a thing that many people happen to be supposing to function as case - that their particular hexes might affect the Ten Commandments also it could be the Achilles' Heel to get a good number of these.
Zeldoris seemingly has something he needs to do about there, while Esterossa only looks idle and would like to take pleasure in the sights... and it entails terribly mutating a haphazard bird that perched on his shoulder in to this large tumour creature matter before bursting in a shower of blood. Bloody, Esterossa, you crazy.
We see a little of the Commandments heading off -
Yes, there is likely to be casualties, but that is not worse than, y'know, working in all suicidal.
Hawk, meanwhile, has appeared to grown some of cunning devil horns and scales... and certainly no one pays interest or provides a shit about his change to look at, bad piggy. Just what occurred inside that cavern to Hawk? He is certainly not just any haphazard pig, therefore just what is up with him, actually?
Meanwhile, Arthur and Gowther generally seems to have come into possession of an unusual cat that is legless, while a nude is being carried out by Threader, crying Griamor - who is seemingly aged down to your kid. What in the fuck that is authentic? Well, at least we understand Threader's likely to make an excellent dad as time goes on. Elizabeth neglected her training and got a fresh ensemble. Oh properly.
Overall quite exciting! The Ten Commandments stuff is going on powerful, although I truly wished more emphasis is put on them and the Commandments truly fighting rather than standing around discussing.