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Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest (フェアリーテイル 100年クエスト Fearī Teiru Hyaku-nen Kuesuto) is a Japanese manga series by Hiro Mashima and Atsuo Ueda and the sequel to the main series Fairy Tail.

Plot

Main article: 100 Years Quest arc

One year following the demise of Zeref and Acnologia, Natsu Dragneel and his team from the Fairy Tail wizard guild embark on the 100 Years Quest, a mission that has been unaccomplished for over a century, on the northern continent of Guiltina. There the team learns that their mission is to seal the Five Dragon Gods, a group of Dragons whose power threatens to cause worldwide destruction. Meanwhile, Fairy Tail recruits a new member named Touka, who is possessed by a witch that aims to seize the Dragons' powers for her own purposes.

The sequel manga is divided into sub-arcs as followed:

Manga

Illustrated by Atsuo Ueda with the storyboards provided by Hiro Mashima, "Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest" is the official sequel manga that was serialized in Kodansha's Magazine Pocket web application beginning from July 25, 2018. The individual chapters had been collected and published in a tankōbon volume by Kodansha, with the first being released on November 9, 2018. There are currently 93 published chapters in total.

The series was licensed for an English language release in North America by Kodansha USA in March 2019, with the 1st volume released in August 2019.

Volume List

FT100YQ Volume 1

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
November 9, 2018[1]
August 20, 2019[2]
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FT100YQ Volume 2

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
March 8, 2019[3]
November 19, 2019[4]
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FT100YQ Volume 3

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
July 9, 2019[5]
February 18, 2020[6]
FT100 Volume 3.png Chapters English chapter titles Cover character(s)





FT100YQ Volume 4

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
November 8, 2019[7]
May 19, 2020[8]
FT100 Volume 4.png Chapters English chapter titles Cover character(s)





FT100YQ Volume 5

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
March 9, 2020[9]
October 27, 2020[10]
FT100 Volume 5.png Chapters English chapter titles Cover character(s)





FT100YQ Volume 6

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
June 9, 2020[11]
December 15, 2020[12]
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FT100YQ Volume 7

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
October 9, 2020[13]
May 18, 2021[14]
FT100 Volume 7.png Chapters English chapter titles Cover character(s)





FT100YQ Volume 8

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
February 9, 2021[15]
September 28, 2021[16]
FT100 Volume 8.png Chapters English chapter titles Cover character(s)





FT100YQ Volume 9

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
July 9, 2021[17]
December 14, 2021[18]
FT100 Volume 9.png Chapters English chapter titles Cover character(s)





FT100YQ Volume 10

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
November 9, 2021[19]
June 22, 2022[20]
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Chapters Not Yet In Tankōbon Format

Anime

Episode Type Color
Normal Episode Gray


"Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest" will be adapted into a TV anime after the announcement on September 11, 2021.[21]

Cover Gallery

Volumes

Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 1
Volume 1
Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 2
Volume 2
Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 3
Volume 3
Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 4
Volume 4
Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 5
Volume 5
Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 6
Volume 6
Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 7
Volume 7
Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 8
Volume 8
Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 9
Volume 9
Fairy Tail 100YQ Volume 10
Volume 10

Trivia

  • Before the official title was revealed, the sequel was tentatively called Fairy Tail Zokuhen (FAIRY(フェアリー) TAIL(テイル)続編 Fearī Teiru Zokuhen, lit. "Fairy Tail Sequel").
  • As of the August 22nd, 2018 issue releasing Chapter 5 for free and Chapter 6 for purchase, the sequel series began a bi-weekly schedule release.
  • After her initial debut, illustrator Atsuo Ueda posted a tweet in response to a fan that he considered Selene to have whitish hair in her human form; her finalized color scheme on Volume 8 depicted her with pale blonde hair instead.[22]

References

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