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Urano Metria (ウラノ・メトリア Urano Metoria) is an uncategorized spell. This spell has been called the "Ultimate Magic of the Stars".[2]

Description

Uranometria

Urano Metria being cast

When the user recites the incantation, the 88 constellations of the sky come down as spheres and bestow their power upon the caster. This person then aims at their intended target and releases the energy gathered into a tremendous attack. It was strong enough to defeat Jackal, an Etherious Demon from The Books of Zeref and as a member of Tartaros.

Incantation

Survey the Heavens, Open the Heavens...
All the stars, far and wide...
Show me thy appearance...
With such shine.
Oh Tetrabiblos...
I am the ruler of the stars...
Aspect become complete...
Open thy malevolent gate.
Oh 88 Stars of the heaven...
Shine!
Urano Metria!

天を測り天を開き
あまねく全ての星々
その輝きをもって
我に姿を示せ
テトラビブロスよ
我は星々の支配者
アスペクトは完全なり
荒ぶる門を開放せよ
全天88星
光る!
ウラノ・メトリア!

Ten wo hakari ten wo hiraki
Amaneku subete no hoshiboshi
Sono kagayaki wo motte
Ware ni sugata wo shimese
Tetorabiburosu yo
Ware wa hoshiboshi no shihaisha
Asupekuto wa kanzen nari
Araburu mon wo kaihōseyo
Zenten hachijūhassei
Hikaru!
Urano Metoria!

Trivia

  • The name of this spell refers to the very first great Star Atlas, named Uranometria, created in 1603 by the German Lawyer and Astronomer Johann Bayer. The text's name is Graeco-Latin and means "Measuring Heaven/Measuring the Sky" (Uranos is Greek for Sky while metria is a derivation of the Latin word for measuring, metiri), like the opening stanza of the spell. The spell makes references to the 88 classical constellations, which are, like the stars mapped in Uranometria, made up of stars which are visible with the naked eye.
  • Hiro Mashima drew inspiration from a horoscope booklet when it came to the naming on the spell.[3]

References

  1. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 215
  2. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 272, Pages 12-15
  3. Hiro Mashima's Germany Interview 3/23/2019

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