A young boy in a white (almost pale pink) cape and carrying a wrapped sword is traveling through a forest when he encounters a large, snake-like sura baring its long, sharp teeth. He merely smiles up at it in response, exposing his own sharp teeth.
Leez complains about the heat and asks Asha if things get better once they reach Mistyshore; Asha responds that some find the heat in the city unbearable so they kill themselves. Leez then asks if they can't just use the rest of Asha's daily teleport spells, but Asha explains that they need spares in case of emergency. Leez is jealous of Asha's temperature-controlled underwear, a birthday present from Airi.
Leez explains (in exposition) that they left Atera a week ago and they originally intended to travel to Kalibloom via Rindhallow. But because of an increased danger of suras in the area of Rindhallow, they changed their route to travel through Mistyshore instead. They teleport three times each morning, then stay overnight in towns which have better defenses than the smaller villages. Leez learned a few more things about Asha, such as the fact that she keeps a large sleeping bag inside her cloak, she always locks the bathroom door even though they're both girls, and she can only teleport within her range of vision so she always searches for a high spot. To increase her range of vision even more, she uses a visor called Hunter's Eyes x50, which was a birthday present from Lorraine. As they prepare to teleport again, Leez notices the smell of something similar to blood nearby, but Asha yells at her to not fall behind.
Spoilers and TriviaEdit
- From Currygom's blog entry for this episode:
- (sweating Leez): I'm sorry for such a short episode! I'm surprised that I got so sick from this little cold. All of you take care of your health!
- I did some work for the next episode already, so I don't think there'll be any problems.
- Can't think of much else to write about...
- Yuta is surrounded by birds at first. We later learn that he is half from the Garuda clan. Perhaps he has more affinity with birds thanks to that?
- Asha insists on preserving spare teleports. This seems to be a common safeguard among magicians: when the Magic Guild in Atera caught fire, another magician also wanted to save her hoti vayu spells in case things became worse.
- Regarding Leez eating with both hands: Currygom once pointed to this to explain that Leez is, in fact, ambidextrous.
- Asha always sleeps apart from Leez. Lorraine was especially curious about the time when Brilith and Asha shared a room, so Asha appears to habitually sleep alone.
- In one scene, Asha is on top of a cliff, surrounded by wind, while Leez is slowly climbing up. Evidently, Asha used bhavati vayu to fly up the cliff, but made Leez climb it herself. This isn't the only time Asha does this.
- Lorraine gave Asha her present earlier. Leez also saw the x20 version being sold for nearly 100 gold.
- Leez smelled the blood left by Yuta after his hunt earlier this episode.
The boy in the white cape steps out from behind some trees, covering his mouth. The birds that accompanied him earlier now fly away, leaving him standing alone.
The next town is very crowded, and Asha and Leez pass by a food seller offering fresh-fried curry fish fillets, which of course Leez wants to buy, but Asha insists that they need to find a hotel quickly or else they will be sleeping in the streets. They next pass a half auction, and Leez feels sorry for the Garuda half girl who is up for sale and looking very scared. Asha informs her that the sale of halfs is legal and she should not interfere, and explains that unlike in Atera, where most people support half rights, in Mistyshore most people hate Halfs. Leez recalls her mother telling her about her half friends from her Fighter days, and Leez wonders how they went from being friends to this.
After sunset, the boy in the white cape shows up at the auction and intimidates the seller without speaking a word.
Asha pays for their hotel room (only the most expensive one was still available), and tells the desk clerk to keep the change. Leez finally realizes that Asha hasn't kept any change all this time, and Asha explains that it's unnecessary weight to add to her cloak. Leez protests that it's still a lot of money, so Asha tells her that she can have the change. Asha asks the desk clerk why the town is so crowded, and he explains that it's the last checkpoint before Mistyshore. There is a high demand for magicians with good eyesight to teleport people across the channel, since traveling by water has become more dangerous due to a rise in the number of violent attacks by Gandharva suras. There is a sudden clamor outside with someone yelling that a half has run away; Asha begins to tell Leez that it's too dangerous to go outside, but Leez has already disappeared.
Spoilers and TriviaEdit
- From Currygom's blog entry (12/19/2010) for this episode:
- (mysterious boy): Thanks everyone for worrying about my health! Now I'm much better, just an occasional cough now and then. Can't think of much to write again, but I'll try.
- (boy standing): This guy, whose name is not yet revealed, is actually the 9th main character. (The last one is secret.) Whether someone is a main character or a supporting character depends on if there is a chapter about that character. Even characters who appear often and are important to the story are supporting characters if they don't have their own chapter.
- (food cooking): Fried curry fish filets? I like them, even though I heard they're junk food. I'm hungry now...
- (Asha + sleeping bag): I like sleeping completely inside a sleeping bag. If someone pushes you when you are like that, it's fun being rolled away.
- We saw other half hunters planning to sell halfs in Mistyshore, in a previous episode. We learn the full reason of why halfs lost their rights later on.
- Leez mentions that her mother had half friends. Although it isn't clear which city she was from, some have speculated that she may have known the following halfs, who later appear or are mentioned in the city:
- Asha doesn't keep change. This was first hinted at back in Atera, when Asha tells Leez that she doesn't have anything less than a gold coin, and that Leez can keep the change.
- Maruna also saved two halfs earlier. Perhaps, like his brother, Yuta respects halfs of his own clan and of allied clans.
In a flashback scene, the boy in the white cape had eaten a Garuda sura, upsetting the Yaksha clan suras, who suggest they kill him before he grows stronger and eats them. Shuri tells them that maybe they are right, but his tastes are not his fault, and they should give him some more time.
Leez zips out from the hotel to buy a bag of fried curry fish fillets using the change Asha gave her, just before the half escapes. The hunters mention that the half is wearing "the necklace" and they have the Yaksha King's bone that will help apprehend her. They decide to kill her with hoti marut instead of risking losing her altogether.
Asha approaches the fish fillet seller to find out if he has seen Leez, and he tells her that she followed the hunters.
While on the run, the Garuda half asks the boy if they can rest a bit because the necklace is making her tired; in response, the boy easily tears off the necklace. She asks if he's a half as well, and as a thank-you, she invites him for a meal at her village. She barely finishes talking when the hunters suddenly appear and strike her down with the hoti marut spell.
The boy recalls how Shuri taught him what he should eat (suras that attack him) and what he should not (humans), and how she made him promise "Mom." While the hunters are congratulating themselves, the boy is preparing to maim them without actually eating them as his eyes turn red. Leez suddenly shows up, mumbling as she holds a curry fillet in her mouth. She punches a hunter who threatens her, sending him flying. The leader of the hunters accuses her of illegally using magic to attack them, but she responds (without noticing that her bracelet is turned on) that she wishes she could use magic, but she only has brute force at her disposal. She then offers to punch him in the face.
Spoilers and TriviaEdit
- From Currygom's blog entry (12-26-2010) for this episode:
- Shuri, the 2nd king of the Yaksha clan, was first seen in Ep.36. As with Garuda, her profile will be revealed much later.
- Half hunters: Another shard of Yaksha's bone appeared in Ep.12, but this is a bigger one! Halfs who are born between a superior sura and a human are often stronger than inferior suras, so most half hunters have to rely on such items. On the other hand, those who carry these around are weaklings...
- hoti marut: This magic is completely changed now. (I foreshadowed this in Ep.24.) It used to be magic that returns a creature back to his own realm, but it was very unbalanced even with its short casting range. (Not even Maruna could do anything if he was hit.) So now it's just a magic that hurts a lot.
- Halfs have some body parts that are different from humans. It's different from case to case, and usually depending on the sura parent's class (e.g. nastika) and rank. Some are very similar to normal humans, but some are not. More details about halfs and quarters will be revealed much later.
- Are those boy's eyes similar or different from what you guessed? Since the hair on his forehead is very long, his eyes will be hidden most of the time.
- It's not clear if the Yaksha suras are referring to Jatayu, who was eaten before Yuta escaped to the Garuda clan, or if it's another Garuda sura.
- Currygom pointed out in the finite that Yaksha halfs are the most common race of halfs. She also revealed in a me2day post that Yaksha died because he 'gave too much to humans.' All of this indicates that the Yaksha clan may be particularly benevolent towards humans, also shown with Shuri, who teaches Yuta not to harm humans. This contrasts with Maruna from the Garuda clan, for example, who thinks humans other than halfs are trash.
- Bones from the Yaksha King were also used by the hunters disposed of by Maruna.
- Although Yuta follows Shuri's teachings, evidently, he's not above finding loopholes, such as killing humans without eating them, or baiting suras into attacking him first.
- Leez came to save Yuta and the half. This is one of the scenes Yuta recalls before he develops.
- Attacking people with magic is illegal. Leez said the same to Gandharva in Ep.2.
The hunter holding the bone notices that it has no effect on Leez's strength, so he thinks she and the boy must both be Quarters plotting to steal the Half to sell themselves. The leader tells his magician friend to use her magic on them, but she balks at the idea. He then suggests that they secretly dispose of Leez and the boy so they won't get caught and get in trouble with the Magic Guild, but unfortunately for them, Asha arrives and tells him she's already seen everything. At first Asha tells Leez to turn off her bracelet; Leez didn't realize Asha even knew about it or its function. The magician hunter recognizes Asha and backs off, carrying the injured hunter. The leader stubbornly holds out (and mistakes Asha for a man), so Asha threatens him by saying she would easily be cleared of involuntary manslaughter by magical accident. After a display of hoti indra, the last hunter finally runs off. Asha begins to admonish Leez for disobeying her orders and interfering with the Half auction, but Leez denies it and says the boy over there was the one who took her away. As Leez grabs him and begs him to corroborate her story, Asha realizes that the Half is still alive and heals her with hoti asvins. Leez is very happy that the Half will be okay and lets go of the boy, who stares at her with a strangely astonished expression. Asha notes that the hoti marut spell would normally be fatal, but for some odd reason the spell was interrupted.
Asha and Leez take the unconscious Half and the boy to their hotel room at Leez's invitation. As Leez leads the way out to grab some dinner, Asha turns to the boy and asks him to explain himself and why he never talks. She asks if he is a mute, and he nods.
Spoilers and TriviaEdit
- From Currygom's blog entry (1-2-2011) for this episode:
- I will post later. (Note: Click on the link four lines below Asha's image to expand to the full blog entry.)
- Leez and Asha: They have a pretty big height difference, huh? Leez is 165cm tall and Asha is 182cm tall.
- It seemed as if she would do something amazing, but Leez's turn isn't ready... yet... The time will come... Maybe...
- hoti asvins is the healing magic already mentioned many times. What did Agni use in Ep.8? He faked it. lol
- And when I said that Agni would reappear as soon as everyone stopped talking about him, some of you intentionally stopped posting about him... It was a figure of speech.
- sleeping Half: There were lots of people who liked this Half lady. I so wanted to spoil the fact that she would survive when people worried that such a beautiful girl would die as soon as she appeared.
- Halfs have been portrayed so far as if they're weak, but they were just under the effect of those bones! An example of a powerful Half is the thief who stole the box containing Golden Knight. But she went up against a god...
- Asha speaks of involuntary manslaughter by magical accident, and claims that she'll be let off with just a fine. As it turns out later, she is speaking from experience. The magician in the Half-hunter party may be aware of this fact, which may be why she ran away so fast. (TC translated it as involuntary homicide, but technically involuntary manslaughter is the correct term.)
- Those from the Yaksha clan are known for their strength. This is probably why the hunter assumed that Leez was a Quarter from the Yaksha clan.
- The Half survived because the spell was interrupted halfway. However, Yuta never activated the red eyes he uses to nullify magic. This has led some to speculate that he may automatically nullify offensive spells and transcendentals near himself, regardless of whether his red eyes are activated. This is an effect similar to the Chaos barrier in Kalibloom, which specifically disrupts attack transcendentals. Something similar will happen in Season 2. It appears that Yuta may not be aware of this ability, possibly because he uses his red eyes in hostile situations.
- Asha later explains to Leez that she knew all about the bracelet from the beginning, which is why she never asked about it.
- The Korean version of this episode has an epilogue titled "Bonus webtoon - New Year's Special - Currygom's Daily Life, Drawn by Foot." She talks about going to the dentist, then about the three memorial ceremonies that her family observes every December.
At the hotel restaurant, Leez prepares to order a few meat dishes, but Asha takes away her menu and orders an all-vegetarian meal instead. The change in menu doesn't faze Leez one bit, but Asha closely watches the boy, who seems hesitant to eat. When Leez notices that diners at another table left half their food, she states that those who waste food go to Hell and she hates people like that. The boy briefly pauses before he nibbles a little of his food at first, then empties the rest of his plate in one giant slurp, impressing Leez, who naturally wants to learn how to do that herself. Leez comments on his good manners, while Asha looks on.
Back at their hotel room, Asha asks Leez where the boy has gone, and she replies that he went out for some fresh air. When Asha asks if he told her that, she says that he wrote it down on a notepad. Asha searches and finds him in an alley throwing up his dinner, and notes that his insides are black. She deduces that he is a superior sura, likely a 3rd-stage upani, but that does not account for his efforts to pretend he is a human. The boy begins to scrawl in the dirt, threatening Asha not to tell anyone. She scoffs at this, saying she could easily defeat an upani below 5th stage. The boy then writes in the dirt that he is a rakshasa. As Asha looks at him wide-eyed, he smiles back.
Spoilers and TriviaEdit
- From Currygom's blog entry for this episode:
- I had a wisdom tooth pulled and it has been bleeding for three days... And the dentist's office is closed on Sundays. I'm so tired since I woke up at midnight again.
- (hardcore vegetarian meal): Assorted fresh vegetables with green tea noodles... (some details on how to make it omitted here) It's truly a meal that can be digested only by people who like fresh vegetables and green tea.
- coriander - Plenty of green tea dumplings with cilantro... Just try to imagine the taste. If you look at my blog posts on Indian food, you can occasionally see it in the vegetables. (Note: TC used "coriander" and webtoons.com used "pepper", but Currygom likely meant the plant version of coriander, commonly known as "cilantro.")
- (impressed Leez): Even Leez the two-handed chopstick user is surprised by the boy who swallows it all!!! She feels defeated by his eating speed.
- Agni is a very fast eater, too, but he was acting human in front of Leez, so he ate slower then usual.
- (sura chart): Superior suras are suras who can change into human shape. 5th-stage maras count as superior suras, but they are so rare that most dismiss them.
- Maruna was 2nd stage in Ep.36, 3rd in Ep.38,, and is 4th stage now. So if this new boy is a rakshasa, he would be 2nd or 3rd stage like Asha said.
- In The Finite, we learn that before the Cataclysm, the 'vegetables test' was commonly used to distinguish a Half from a sura: most suras are carnivores, so they can't eat vegetables without becoming nauseous.
- Leez apparently realized that Yuta's eating feat wasn't normal. She later recalls this in a key flashback.
- Asha notes that suras swallow large amounts of food without chewing, because their diet consists of larger masses. Perhaps this is why non-nastika suras don't have vocal cords. Nastikas, on the other hand, don't need to eat at all.
- Most suras have purple blood. However, Yuta has black blood, a characteristic of the Chaos clan.
- Asha can make mistakes, too. Yuta reminds Asha of this mistake later on.
In the shower, Leez runs out of shampoo. She hears Asha's voice outside so she immediately hops out of the bathroom to ask for another bottle. Instead, she is shocked to find Asha with the boy, who hides his face in embarrassment. Asha spends a few hours lecturing her for flashing them, explaining that if the boy were a Quarter or a Half (Asha is going along with his pretense), he would be much older than her despite his youthful appearance.
After Leez goes to sleep, Asha approaches the boy out on the balcony and tosses him a pencil and a notebook. She then tells him it would be safest if he poses as a Half, with her as his sponsor. He asks where they are headed, and learns that their destination is Mistyshore. The boy reveals he is on his way to Kalibloom to get the Sword of Return, which surprises Asha, and he offers to accompany them to Mistyshore. When Asha asks why he needs the sword, he explains that he was stranded in the human realm after the N0 Cataclysm, and he would like to use the sword's hidden function—it can open a gate to the sura realm—so he can go back to his family. He is happy when he learns that they are going to try for the sword as well, so they will be traveling together for a while. When the boy offers to give them the sword after he is done with it, Asha remarks that the sword cannot change ownership until the owner dies, but he informs her that the rules of the sword do not apply to him. Asha is suspicious of the circumstances of their meeting, saying "he" is giving her some help to improve her odds, but the boy swears it's just a coincidence, as he had only recently arrived from another planet. In any case, she doesn't refuse him.
The next day, Leez is happy at the news of their new companion and asks for his name. Asha say he is unable to tell them his real name for personal reasons, but she came up with three new possible names for the boy, written on a piece of paper: Blackie, White, and Spotty. Appalled at Asha's awful suggestions, Leez decides that she needs to come up with a name herself.
Spoilers and TriviaEdit
- From Currygom's blog entry for this episode:
- (blurb about voting being closed)
- (shower head): Where does the water come from? A magical world of magic! More details on magic items and creation brands will be revealed later... Maybe. (She later reveals that the water that sprays out from the pink swirl is ice cold.)
- There was originally no steam, but I had to add it later. Even though it doesn't really cover much, it did seem like she was too exposed without it.
- (notebook): This notebook was purchased by Asha for writing down problems she can't figure out in her head...and to no one's surprise, it is almost unused. The first few pages have some equations that are difficult even for Asha.
- This boy can use both hands well, but prefers using his left hand. Leez doesn't care about which hand she uses, especially when she eats.
- (cheering boy): This boy's clothes are actually just a blanket on his body. Kind of looks cold since I am drawing it in the winter... Well, it's hot where he is, so I guess it's fitting.
- (a <according to birdie: lame> joke about the names Asha came up with)
- (talks about some typo fixes)
- Leez was broke back in Atera, after all, so she probably got free supplies from around the temple.
- Asha thinks that it is typical of a sura not to sleep. This appears to be a common misconception among humans. In The Finite, Ian Rajof used the same assumption to deduce that Taksaka wasn't a sura. In fact, some suras do sleep: nastikas of the Vritra clan tend to sleep a lot, for example. Humans didn't know this because of the small sample size.
- Yuta's separation from his family was mentioned earlier. Yuta was actually on planet Isholy.
- The rules of the Sword of Return were mentioned earlier. The fact that Yuta is exempt from the rules is actually a clue to his identity.
- Yuta did in fact realize that Asha considered him a useful pawn. He didn't care back then, however, and hoped it would change with time.
At the hotel, Asha says that the half is now awake, and asks Leez if she's still thinking of a name. Asha is content with calling the boy "Spotty," but Leez is determined to come up with a much better name.
They escort the grateful half out of town, but when Leez offers to have Asha teleport her to her hidden village, the girl declines, and Asha understands that the half would rather keep the location a secret from humans. Leez recalls the stories told by her mom's friend about her mom's Fighter past and her many half friends; a young Leez excitedly looks forward to having many half friends herself when she grows up. The boy then taps Leez on the shoulder and offers to take her to her village instead. When Asha cautions him to keep a low profile, Leez gets the feeling they are keeping something from her. She then asks Asha why people are no longer friendly with halfs, prompting Asha to ask if she could be friends with, say, a rakshasa? The idea appears to disgust Leez.
Once the boy and the half cover a great distance on foot, she thanks him for his help and offers go the rest of the way by herself so he could catch up with his companions. He writes that since there are no humans in this area, he can take her home quickly. He then picks her up and steps off the edge of a bluff.
In a flashback, there is a conversation between brothers; one laments that his wings do not match, causing him to struggle and bringing him unwanted stares. His big brother assures him that his wings are cool and everyone else is jealous. He encourages him to always fly towards the light of his Garuda half as he endures the difficulties of his Chaos half.
The boy is now in flight as he carries the half. His right wing is white and bat-like with red veins, and his left is covered with black feathers.
The half, Rinn, has returned safely to her village, and admits to her fellow villagers that she was caught by a half hunter, but fortunately someone came to her aid. As she holds up a black feather, the others are amazed, saying that Garuda halfs with wings are very rare. She begins to say that he was not a half, (which implies that she knows that he is a superior sura), but then corrects herself, describing him as a half with beautiful wings.
At sunset and with Leez left behind quite a ways away, Asha privately remarks to the boy that it took him only a day to catch up with them, so he might be better off traveling alone since he would get to his destination much faster without them, plus he would not have to pretend to be a half for Leez's sake, since she hates suras. He replies that he is fine and to not worry.
The next morning, Leez produces a long list of names that she had been working on all night, and mentions that one name she particularly likes is "Yuta". The boy shows surprise at the name, and indicates that he likes it. Leez brags about her talent so much that Asha prepares to cut off her ear with bhavati marut, then says that she is only joking. As the three of them prepare for teleportation, Yuta grabs at Asha's right arm, but then realizes something is amiss, which brings a sad look on his face. He then hugs Asha around her waist, and they all teleport across the channel, arriving just outside Mistyshore.
A young man with a long braid floats on a raft in the ocean, angry at a certain author...
Spoilers and TriviaEdit
- From Currygom's blog entry for this episode:
- (Yuta): The 50th episode at last! It feels strange doing this. Thanks, everyone, for coming this far. I will keep trying my best.
- I occasionally overwrite my work... especially when I'm sleep-deprived. Hours of work gone like that...
- (Garuda half returned home): Even though halfs often live together, halfs from different clans can't have children together. A Garuda sura and a human can have a Garuda half child together; so can a Garuda half and another Garuda half.
- (Leez the genius): The boy's name has finally been decided: Yuta. It's a simple name for something that's been dragged out for so long. But I guess he likes it.
- Mistyshore, the city by the sea... I didn't have time to draw each building in more detail. I'll do better in the next episode.
- Next week will be the results of the latest popularity vote, and the next Daily Life of Goobera. Don't expect too much, since it's a holiday and I've become Whitegom. (Whitegom = burned-out Currygom)
- Asha notes that the Hunter's Eyes x50 is making her dizzy. When Asha wears them again later, she learns that Ran had similar problems with the same model of visors.
- Yuta probably liked the name Yuta because it is similar to his name within the Garuda clan: Jatayu.
- Placeholder: we still don't know why Yuta reacted the way he did when he hugged Asha's fur cloak. It may either be due to the fur cloak, or to whatever happened to Asha's right arm.
- Ran is seen complaining about a book written by Asha. LINE Webtoons confusingly published two different titles for this book: Learn Topology the Easy Way and Topology is the Easiest. Asha probably really believes it's easy to learn, though.
- This is the last episode of Chapter 7: Half (半). The title could refer to:
- Yuta himself, who is half chaos, and more symbolically, half chaos and half light (Light also refers to the attribute he inherited from his father).
- The half that Yuta saved, as well as the plight of halfs in general.
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 15: The Sorrow of Loss (4)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 25: AAA Magician (5)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 15: The Weapon of a God (3)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 37: The Past I Yearn For (2)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 27: The Golden Knight (1)
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Kubera, Season 1 Episode 12: The Sorrow of Loss (1)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 60: Rival (3)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 58: Rival (1)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 38: The Test of the Sword (5)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 40: The Test of the Sword (7)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 7: The Queen and the Bum (2)
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 12.2 Kubera, Season 1 Episode 36: The Past I Yearn For (1)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 24: AAA Magician (4)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 34: The Test of the Sword (1)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 74: The One Standing Before Me (4)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 2: A Girl with a God's Name (2)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 8: The Queen and the Bum (3)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 29: The Golden Knight (3)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 30: The Golden Knight (4)
- ↑ 20.0 20.1 Kubera, Season 2 Episode 7: Blood (2)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 91: Taboo (3)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 35: The Test of the Sword (2)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 31: Reflection (5)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 77: The One Standing Before Me (7)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 125: Isle of Myths (5)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 38: The Past I Yearn For (3)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 76: The One Standing Before Me (6)
- ↑ 28.0 28.1 Kubera, Season 2 Episode 89: Taboo (1)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 74: The Night it Rained Fire (11)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 42: The Past I Yearn For (7)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 96: Lies for You (8)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 97: That Which Cannot be Grasped or Held (2)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 56: The Wavering King (6)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 2 Episode 73: The One Standing Before Me (3)
- ↑ Kubera, Season 1 Episode 59: Rival (2)