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MÄR Vol. 3: MÄR, Volume 3

MÄR Volume 3

MÄR, Volume 3
With Princess Snow safe at last, Ginta, Jack, and Edward rest their feet and prepare for their next quest. During their much--deserved feast, Edward tells Ginta the story of a former Cross Guard leader--a man that actually defeated Phantom--but who has long since passed from this world. If Ginta and Jack hope to follow in this ancient hero's footsteps, they must become one with their weapons, and there's only one way to do that--to enter the Gate of Training. But once their party is inside, will Edward be able to protect the Gate's entrance if the Chess Pieces seize upon this opportunity and attack?
Nobuyuki Anzai
192 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 3. Now check out Volume 4!

MÄR Vol. 4: MÄR, Volume 4

MÄR, Volume 4

MÄR Vol. 4

While it's true that Ginta is having the time of his life in Mär Heaven, getting in one exciting adventure after another, what's happening to those he left behind in the "real world"? With both her husband and now her son gone, Ginta's mother is beside herself with grief. Can Ginta's friend Koyuki reassure her that her son is actually doing all right--and that fairy tales really do exist? Meanwhile, Ginta and his motley crew, having just dubbed themselves Mär, depart for the main continent, and confront the fearsome boss of the Bandit Guild!
190 Pages
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