Clay Lord: Master of Golems Vol. 3

Clay Lord Master of Golems Vol The exciting climax to the manga trilogy about alchemy and adventure The Earthgaia clan the royal family of golem craftsmen is renowned throughout the realm for creating sentient automatons of the h

  • Title: Clay Lord: Master of Golems Vol. 3
  • Author: Jun Suzumoto
  • ISBN: 9781626922181
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • The exciting climax to the manga trilogy about alchemy and adventure The Earthgaia clan, the royal family of golem craftsmen, is renowned throughout the realm for creating sentient automatons of the highest caliber.Clay Earthgaia, the sole heir to the clan, has come into his own as a skilled golem molder Yet he hasn t topped his earliest creations, his companion golems KuThe exciting climax to the manga trilogy about alchemy and adventure The Earthgaia clan, the royal family of golem craftsmen, is renowned throughout the realm for creating sentient automatons of the highest caliber.Clay Earthgaia, the sole heir to the clan, has come into his own as a skilled golem molder Yet he hasn t topped his earliest creations, his companion golems Kurogane and Shirogane The two of them are so lifelike, they are often mistaken as human Unfortunately, the golem crafter s guild sees the golems unrestricted egos as a threat In this final chapter, Clay must choose between his future as a member of the guild and the closest thing to a family he has left Should Clay sacrifice his past to secure his future

    One thought on “Clay Lord: Master of Golems Vol. 3”

    1. This volume concludes the Clay Lord series.It has a pretty good finale, but leaves it open enough for more to happen. For a series that didn't have a definite beginning other than the "we plunked you down here" point in the timeline, so this end is probably the best way Suzumoto-sensei could've done it. I personally liked the conclusion, but I could see others disliking it.In this volume, we get a peek into more of the backstory of Kurogane and Shirogane as well as a bit of drama with Lord Clay' [...]

    2. Again, call this about 3.5. Really well done overall, held back just a bit by the length.Review: derailmentsofthought.wordpres

    3. Great series. Very underrated. Yesterday a teen asked me why we didn't have anymore volumes and I told him unfortunately there weren't anymore. :(

    4. this took me about 45 minutes to read. i quite liked this little 3 part series. the dynamics between lord clay and his servants reminded me of kuroshitsuji :)

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