Too Much Epic’ness

In order to decide who goes first, numbers are drawn by each participant. Erza draws #1, meaning she gets to go first, while Cana draws #8. When asked how many monsters she wishes to fight, Erza states that she will fight all 100 at once. Despite being warned against it, she proceeds into the building, ready to fight.

Erza against 100

Erza, all alone, takes on every single monster in Pandemonium. She sustains countless wounds and runs out of magical power to the point that she is no longer able to summon her armors. However, in the end, she manages to defeat all the monsters and raises her sword in victory, to the happiness of her guild and amazement of everyone in the arena.

Cana

As Erza brought an early end to Pandemonium, the final line-up of the other participants is to be decided using the MPF (Magical Power Finder) – an artifact that when struck with Magic, represents the power of that Magic as a numerical value. The higher the number, the more powerful the Magic is. Having picked 8 as her number, Cana is the last to use the MPF. When it’s her turn, she reveals her Fairy Glitter tattoo, much to Makarov’s surprise. Mavis explains that she lent Cana Fairy Glitter so that Cana could win the event, and states that given Cana’s magical potential, the spell should work this time. Cana proceeds to cast Fairy Glitter on the MPF machine, devastating the surrounding area and shocking the entire audience as the full power of Fairy Glitter breaks the MPF machine, giving Cana a full score of 9,999, exceeding the power of even Jura’s spell and placing Fairy Tail B second for the third day’s event. As Cana proclaims Fairy Tail’s power to the audience, the Fairy Glitter tattoo vanishes from her arm

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