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• 9/30/2013

Need some chapters...

In which chapter hina gets shirozakura?..also how is shirozakura is related to athena's restoration?
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Hina sama
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• 9/30/2013

Hina got Shirosakura in Chapter 258. As for your other question, I'm not sure myself. I think it might be related in some way to the Royal Garden or something like that. We should hopefully get our answer after this current story arc.

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A FANDOM User
• 9/30/2013
Thanks for the chapter...ok..Isumi told athena the board chairman...of what?
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A FANDOM User
• 9/30/2013
Sorry another question just popped..athena said she made a god angry ..is this god king midas? how did she made him angry?
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• 9/30/2013
What exactly are you asking me? Is it about when Isumi asked Athena about the Royal Garden?
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A FANDOM User
• 9/30/2013
no... when Athena was telling hayate what happened after he left the garden palace and she told that she made a god angry and so he wouldn't let her leave the palace....
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A FANDOM User
• 9/30/2013
I asked both questions..I just forgot to type it in the same reply...
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• 9/30/2013
223.27.94.3 wrote:
Sorry another question just popped..athena said she made a god angry ..is this god king midas? how did she made him angry?


I believe it was implied that the god Athena made angry was King Midas. Answering your second question, how she made him angry was due to the role she played with Mikado and Himegami ten years ago when they where in pursuit of God's power/power of royalty.

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• 9/30/2013
Thanks for that Hina sama.
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A FANDOM User
• 10/1/2013
Hina sama wrote:
223.27.94.3 wrote:
Sorry another question just popped..athena said she made a god angry ..is this god king midas? how did she made him angry?

I believe it was implied that the god Athena made angry was King Midas. Answering your second question, how she made him angry was due to the role she played with Mikado and Himegami ten years ago when they where in pursuit of God's power/power of royalty.


Thanks for the reply...

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• 10/1/2013

I'm closing this, seeing that the question on this thread has been answered.