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==Description==
 
==Description==
[[File:Dark Rondo.gif|thumb|left|200px|Gathering magic for the spell]]
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[[File:Dark Rondo.gif|thumb|left|200px|Magic being gathered for the spell]]
 
When cast, Darkness Magic with horror-stricken faces swirl around the user's staff (or around their hands), becoming more and more condensed. The user can then fire the gathered Magic on a wide scale or focused at an enemy.<ref>Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 152, Pages 3-4</ref> The ghosts seem to be alive, as when [[Erza Scarlet]] cut them, they bled.<ref>Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 93, Page 3</ref> The user can also summon the ghosts from under the ground, heavily damaging the target from below.<ref>Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 156, Page 13</ref>
 
When cast, Darkness Magic with horror-stricken faces swirl around the user's staff (or around their hands), becoming more and more condensed. The user can then fire the gathered Magic on a wide scale or focused at an enemy.<ref>Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 152, Pages 3-4</ref> The ghosts seem to be alive, as when [[Erza Scarlet]] cut them, they bled.<ref>Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 93, Page 3</ref> The user can also summon the ghosts from under the ground, heavily damaging the target from below.<ref>Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 156, Page 13</ref>
   

Latest revision as of 11:01, January 1, 2019

Dark Rondo (常闇回旋曲(ダークロンド) Dāku Rondo) is a Darkness Magic Spell.

DescriptionEdit

Dark Rondo

Magic being gathered for the spell

When cast, Darkness Magic with horror-stricken faces swirl around the user's staff (or around their hands), becoming more and more condensed. The user can then fire the gathered Magic on a wide scale or focused at an enemy.[1] The ghosts seem to be alive, as when Erza Scarlet cut them, they bled.[2] The user can also summon the ghosts from under the ground, heavily damaging the target from below.[3]

TriviaEdit

  • A rondo (French: rondeau; plural rondeaux) is a French music form based on recurring elements, originating from the Medieval and early Renaissance eras.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 152, Pages 3-4
  2. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 93, Page 3
  3. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 156, Page 13

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