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It’s The Main Event!
The final leg of Gungren’s three-part Fate Quest has been set in stone, and it’s a doozy.
The Ultimate Dragon Fighting Championship (UDFC) only occurs once every ten years. This is the 100th running. That means lights, cameras, and coverage like never before. Plus, the reigning champion, a dragon known as Crazell, can hit a milestone of twenty-five consecutive title defenses if she can pull in another win.
The Fate known as Heliok has entered Gungren into the tournament and the little giant must do his best to take home the prize. This is a problem considering that Gungren is not known as someone who enjoys hurting others.
On top of that, there’s a mob boss who has one of his own fighters in the match. As a general rule, crime bosses don’t like to lose, meaning he’ll go a long way to make sure his contestant comes out on top.
Translation: There’s a lot of danger in Gungren’s future.
While he doesn’t have to actually win the tournament, showing up at all is a dicey situation. In fact, there’s a better than average chance that he’ll end up in the Afterlife during his first bout.
But Gungren has little choice in the matter…unless he wants to turn back into a big dumb giant and lose his dream of becoming a full wizard once and for all.
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