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Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth
Kanji

フェアリーテイル 外伝 剣咬の双竜

Rōmaji

Fearī Teiru Gaiden: Kengami no Sōryū

Manga
Author

Kyouta Shibano

Published By

Magazine Pocket

Original Run

July 30, 2015 – November 4, 2015

Volumes

1

Image Gallery

Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth (フェアリーテイル 外伝 剣咬の双竜 Fearī Teiru Gaiden Kengami no Sōryū), known simply as Fairy Tail: Twin Dragons of Sabertooth in the English release is a Japanese manga series by Kyouta Shibano and a spin-off of Hiro Mashima's manga series Fairy Tail. It is the first sub-series of the Fairy Tail Gaiden meta-series.

PlotEdit

Abyss Horn ArcEdit

The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth and the other prominent members of the Sabertooth Guild stop a robbery and are subsequently put in the Weekly Sorcerer Magazine for it, however Sting's was unable to assist and becomes downtrodden. Yukino attempts to cheer him up by baking him Float Cookies; the next day Yukino is late in arriving to the guild, and when she ultimately does arrive, Sting notices almost immediately notices that she is an imposter when she acts out of character. The real is Yukino is revealed to have been kidnapped by the Guild Master of the Dark Guild Abyss Horn to use her Magic to revive an ancient magical weapon named Allocer. Sting arrives before they can harm her and defeats the Dark Guild all by his lonesome.

Obstone ArcEdit

Some time later, Sting and Rogue get into an argument over Sting's disregard for Frosch's feelings, prompting the latter Dragon Slayer to disband the Twin Dragons. Sting then takes Yukino on a mission to destroy a golem plaguing the mines of a town called Obstone that he was supposed to take with Rogue, however after they arrive, Sting's Magic is suppressed upon destroying the golem (leading to his collapse) while Yukino is attacked by the villagers. Sting is eventually confronted by the mayor of the town while escaping the mine, but the mayor is revealed to be a young man in disguise (named Topaz) who desires to steal Sting's Dragon Lacrima. Concurrently, Yukino manages to fend off the villagers, sans one little girl (Dia), who is revealed to be controlling them with her Magic (and the younger sister Topaz) and even takes control of Pisces to force them to attack Yukino; at the last second she is saved by Minerva, who reveals that they are not in Obstone, but a fake town carefully constructed to resemble it. Minerva effortlessly defeats Dia while Sting can do nothing to protect himself or Lector from Topaz due to the suppression of his Magic. Before his Lacrima can be stolen, however, Rogue arrives to save him, and after Topaz realizes that the Dragon Slaying Barrier that saps their powers is no longer erect, he becomes furious and proceeds to use what little Dragon Slaying Magic he did steal against the Twin Dragons.

The Twin Dragons make quick work of the golems that Topaz summons, however before long he clads himself into stone from the mine, taking the shape of a Dragon. As Dragon Slayers, Sting and Rogue proceed to "slay" him, destroying the rock that covers him, and leaving Topaz amazed at how powerful they are as real Dragon Slaying Mages. After the battle, Topaz reveals to Sting and Rogue that he had always loved Dragons, and studied ways in which he could become one, but that with his defeat at their hands, his dream has ended and he has become empty. Sting tells Topaz to stop with his talk, as all he has to do is fill his emptiness with happy memories, remarking that he couldn't have been all alone his entire life. Dia, Minerva and Yukino then show up, where Topaz apologizes to Dia for his treatment of her. The Sabertooth Mages soon leave and head to the real Obstone, where they spend the precious gems Minerva collected from the false Obstone on a relaxing evening in a hot spring. While there, Sting and Rogue bicker over public mannerisms and "disband" the Twin Dragons yet again, causing Minerva, who is bathing in the adjacent spring with Yukino, to remark that Sting and Rogue never learn their lessons.

MangaEdit

Written and illustrated by Kyouta Shibano, Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth is a weekly spin-off manga first serialized in the Magazine Pocket smartphone app on July 30, 2015, which is where the series continued its serialization until November 4, 2015. The individual chapters had been collected and published in a tankōbon volume by Kodansha, which was released on January 15, 2016. The series amassed a total of 15 chapters and 1 omake chapter during its run.

The series was licensed for an English language release in North America by Kodansha USA on March 24, 2016, with the first volume set to be released on December 6, 2016.

Volume ListEdit

Volume 1

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
Janurary 15, 2016.[1]
December 6, 2016.[2]
Fairy Tail Gaiden Volume1cover Chapters English chapter titles Cover character(s)
  • 001. マスターのゆううつ
  • 002. 古代魔法兵器
  • 003. 家族
  • 004. 誰にも止められない
  • 005. コンビ解消!?
  • 006. 石の街の謎
  • 007. 虎の檻
  • 008. 竜の力を欲す者
  • 009. お姉ちゃんは嫌い
  • 010. 女と女の子の戦い
  • 011. 満ち足りる世界
  • 012. このままじゃ終われない
  • 013. 岩の竜
  • 014. ストレングス
  • 最終話: 双竜
  • 番外編: 白い花



  • 001. The Melancholy of a Master
  • 002. Ancient Magic Weapon
  • 003. Family
  • 004. Unstoppable
  • 005. Team Disbanded!?
  • 006. Mystery of the Town of Stone
  • 007. Tiger Cage
  • 008. The One Who Desires the Power of Dragons
  • 009. I Don't Like Big Sis
  • 010. Woman and Girl Fight
  • 011. Satisfied World
  • 012. This Isn't Over Yet
  • 013. Rock Dragon
  • 014. Strength
  • Final Chapter: Twin Dragons
  • Side Story: White Flower



Cover GalleryEdit

VolumesEdit

Fairy Tail Gaiden Volume1cover
Volume 1

List of ChaptersEdit

Volume 1
Name Summary Cover Release Date
1. The Melancholy of a Master
(マスターのゆううつ)
Sting becomes depressed after he is outshone in a battle by the other members of Sabertooth, but is cheered up by Yukino Agria, who gives everyone Float Cookies that afternoon. The following morning, Yukino uncharacteristically turns up to the guild late, and a suspicious Sting soon discovers that "Yukino" is an imposter and that the real Yukino has been kidnapped. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 1 Cover July 30, 2015
2. Ancient Magic Weapon
(古代魔法兵器)
Sting runs out of the guild with haste to look for Yukino, leaving the imposter to be interrogated by the guild; the imposter eventually reveals the reason for Yukino's capture: for the revival of an ancient magical weapon that requires Celestial Spirit Magic to move: Allocer. The mastermind behind this is revealed to be the Master of a Dark Guild called Abyss Horn: Crunch; who declares himself to be Yukino's master. Upon seeing signs of resistance, he attacks her and tries to remove her Sabertooth mark to brand her with the mark of Abyss Horn, however before they can remove it, she is rescued by Sting, who immediately turns his fury to her kidnappers. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 2 Cover August 5, 2015
3. Family
(家族)
Sting immediately engages the arrogant Crunch in battle and easily overwhelms him, effectively ending their battle with one punch. Frustrated by the gap in their power, and not wanting to let his plans be ruined in one fell swoop, Crunch activates Allocer. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 3 Cover August 12, 2015
4. Unstoppable
(誰にも止められない)
Allocer begins to move, but its status as a vehicle renders Sting immobile. Crunch then aims the cannon of Allocer at Sting and Yukino; Yukino steps in front of Sting to shield him from the impending blast and Sting, frustrated at his shortcomings as a Guild Master, enters Dragon Force and counters the cannon blast, destroying the cannon and most of the ship. After, Rogue and the rest of Sabertooth arrive to retrieve Yukino, Sting and her keys, while stopping Crunch from using them further. Later, Sting reveals to Yukino that he got over his motion sickness with her Float Cookies and the guild returns to their base, their friend safe and sound. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 4 Cover August 19, 2015
5. Team Disbanded!?
(コンビ解消!?)
Sting eats a white flower that Frosch picked for Rogue, which hurts Frosch's feelings and sends Rogue into a fervor, leading him to disband the Twin Dragons of Sabertooth. Sting then ends up taking Yukino on the mission that, Rogue, Lector and Frosch were all supposed to take to a town called Obstone, which is famous for its mining of gems and production of jewelry. When they arrive looking for the mayor, however, the town seems dull and desolate, but when they announce to its residents that they are Sabertooth Mages, the townspeople jubilate. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 5 Cover August 26, 2015
6. Mystery of the Town of Stone
(石の街の謎)
The trio meets with the mayor, Topaz, and learns that the town lost its luster after the golem that appeared in the town started attacking the mine. Sting declares that he'll take the golem on alone when Yukino expresses her desire to investigate the town itself; Sting also informs the mayor that Rogue isn't coming, but that he will be enough to finish the job. Sting goes to the mine and defeats the golem with ease as Yukino discovers rocks with magical seals lying around in a town that is infamous for having no Magic within it. Meanwhile, after resolving to report the job as complete to the mayor, Sting mysteriously collapses. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 6 Cover September 2, 2015
7. Tiger Cage
(虎の檻)
Back at Sabertooth, Minerva returns from a job and learns from Rogue that the Twin Dragons of Sabertooth are no more, however her attention quickly diverts to the job that he and Rogue were supposed to take together, finding it mysterious. Meanwhile, a strength-deprived Sting is carried by Lector through the mines until a magical rock activates and blocks their path forward. Outside, Yukino notices that the magical rocks all over town are glowing, and senses the same Magic Power emanating from a little girl. When she questions her about it, the little girl and the townspeople gang up on Yukino, intent on not letting her leave Obstone alive. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 7 Cover September 9, 2015
8. The One Who Desires the Power of Dragons
(竜の力を欲す者)
Sting quickly notices the arrival of Mayor Topaz, who reveals that Sting's powers are fading because of the stones that absorb Dragon Slayer Magic and that it was all his trap, but expresses sadness at the fact that Rogue did not come too. When he says that Yukino should be being taken care of by the villagers outside, Sting attacks Topaz, but his body crumbles into rock, revealing the body of a young man; Sting asks what his aim is and he reveals that it's the Dragon Lacrima inside of Sting's body. Sting angrily refuses to give him the gift Weisslogia gave him, but Topaz points out that Sting's powers are useless in the mines and threatens him with death. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 8 Cover September 16, 2015
9. I Don't Like Big Sis
(お姉ちゃんは嫌い)
In the town, Yukino deals with the villagers by summoning Pisces to knock them out whilst simultaneously looking for the source of the Magic that is controlling the villagers against their will. Yukino quickly finds out that the littl girl is the Mage behind all this when the little girl forces Pisces to attack her, and she inadvertently reveals that she has an accomplice that she refers to as "big brother". Realizing she divulged too much information, she forces Pisces to kill Yukino, but at the last minute Yukino is saved by the arrival of Minerva. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 9 Cover September 23, 2015
10. Woman and Girl Fight
(女と女の子の戦い)
After arriving, Minerva explains to Yukino that the job to destroy the golem was a set-up; the real Obstone is to the south of where they currently are and that their current location is a fake Obstone made using Magic and villagers from neighboring towns. The little girl becomes angry that their plan was unearthed so easily and tries to kill Minerva using Pisces, but easily warps them elsewhere before doing the same to the villagers, deducing as she does so that the little girl's Magic revolves around empowering anyone she marks with the seal from her hammer. Realizing that Minerva is too strong, the little girl, fearing that her older brother will cast her aside, marks herself with her hammer's seal to forcefully enhance her power. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 10 Cover September 30, 2015
11. Satisfied World
(満ち足りる世界)
Minerva fends the little girl's attacks and destroys her hammer, removing the effects of her Magic from herself and saving her body from its strain. She manages to calm the angry girl down but becomes angry herself at the warped mentality the older brother imposed upon the girl. Meanwhile, Sting cannot fend himself from the Topaz's Earth Magic, and after both he and Lector are pinned down by gigantic rock hands, the young man declares that he will now remove Sting's Dragon Lacrima. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 11 Cover October 7, 2015
12. This Isn't Over Yet
(このままじゃ終われない)
Before Sting can be crushed by the rock hand, Rogue arrives and saves him, however he does not assist Sting; rather, he punches him in the face as revenge for eating Frosch's flower. As the two squabble, Topaz tries to attack them both to steal both their Lacrima, but Sting blocks his rocks, leading him to realize that the stones sucking up Dragon Slayer Magic have stopped working. Angry that his younger sister failed to hold up the barrier, Topaz amasses earth to use what Dragon Slayer Magic he managed to rob from Sting. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 12 Cover October 14, 2015
13. Rock Dragon
(岩の竜)
The vibrations created from utilizing the stolen Dragon Slaying Magic Power cause the mines to collapse; Topaz creates a multitude of monstrous golems that Sting and Rogue effortlessly take care of, despite having their strength weakened. After his golems are defeated, Topaz utilizes the stone around him to transform into a Dragon, and begins to assault Sting and Rogue. However, as Dragon Slayers, they immediately prepare to "slay" Topaz and begin to counterattack. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 13 Cover October 21, 2015
14. Strength
(ストレングス)
As the little girl worries over Sting being beaten by her older brother, Minerva reveals to her and Yukino that Rogue came with her, and tells the child that when Sting and Rogue are together, they're invincible. Concurrently, they manage to defeat Topaz and destroy the rock that gives him his draconian shape, leaving him flabbergasted at the power real Dragon Slayers possess. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 14 Cover October 28, 2015
Final Chapter: Twin Dragons
(最終話: 双竜)
With the battle over, Topaz reveals the reason he wanted to steal Sting and Rogue's Lacrima; Sting imparts upon him lasting wisdom that causes him to reconcile with his poorly treated sister, Dia, who arrives at their location alongside Minerva and Yukino. The group then departs for the real Obstone, where along the way Minerva "gifts" many precious gemstones to the Twin Dragons as a "reward" for their stopping of Topaz and to pay for a small vacation of sorts. After they arrive at the real Obstone, in the hot springs, Sting and Rogue bicker once more, this time over proper public etiquette, and they "disband" the Twin Dragons yet again, much to the amusement of the neighboring bathing Yukino and Minerva. The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth 15 Cover November 4, 2015
Side Story: White Flower
(番外編: 白い花)
At the Sabertooth Guild Building, Orga and Rufus encounter a sad Frosch how tries to talk to Rogue. When Orga asks Rogue if something happened between them, just to find him in the same state as the Exceed. He shows them a white suit frog suit of which Frosh is used to wear, admitting that he made a mistake in washing it. He claims that even if Forsch forgives him, he can't forgive himself. As he walks down the guild, Frosch stops him and presents to him a white flower, claiming that he is sad if Rogue is sad. As Sting and Lector arrive at the guild, they meet Rogue and Frosch. When Rogue shows them the flower Frosh gave him, Sting suddenlt bites it, stating he was hungry. Rogue then ,enraged, enters Dragon Force in an attempt to punish Sting. White Flower January 15, 2016

CharactersEdit

ProtagonistsEdit

Sabertooth
Sting Twin Dragons
Name 
Sting Eucliffe
スティング・ユークリフ
Sutingu Yūkurifu
Rogue Twin Dragons
Name 
Rogue Cheney
ローグ・チェーニ
Rōgu Chēni
Minerva Twin Dragons
Name 
Minerva Orland
ミネルバ・オーランド
Mineruba Ōrando
Orga Twin Dragons
Name 
Orga Nanagear
オルガ・ナナギア
Oruga Nanagia
Rufus Twin Dragons
Name 
Rufus Lore
ルーファス・ロア
Rūfasu Roa
Yukino Twin Dragons
Name 
Yukino Agria
ユキノ・アグリア
Yukino Aguria
Lector Twin Dragons
Name 
Lector
レクター
Rekutā
Frosch Twin Dragons
Name 
Frosch
フロッシュ
Furosshu
Dobengal Twin Dragons
Name 
Dobengal
ドーベンガル
Dōbengaru
Celestial Spirits
Pisces Twin Dragons
Name 
Pisces
ピスケス
Pisukesu

AntagonistsEdit

Abyss Horn
Crunch Twin Dragons
Name 
Crunch
クランチ
Kuranchi
Abyss Horn Member Twin Dragons
Name 
Unnamed Member

Fake Obstone
Topaz Twin Dragons
Name 
Topaz
トパージ
Topāji
Dia Twin Dragons
Name 
Dia
ダイヤ
Daiya

OtherEdit

Other
Jason Twin Dragons
Name 
Jason
ジェイソン
Jeison

MagicEdit

  • Lightning God Slayer Magic (雷の滅神魔法 Kaminari no Metsujin Mahō): A Magic that is part of a series of other Magic called God Slayer Magic; it allows Orga to control and manipulate powerful black lightning.[3]
    • Lightning God's Charged Particle Cannon (雷神の荷電粒子砲 Raijin no Kaden Ryūshi Hō): After putting his hands together, Orga fires a concentrated beam of extremely powerful black lightning at his targets.[3]
  • Shadow Dragon Slayer Magic (影の滅竜魔法 Kage no Metsuryū Mahō): A type of Dragon Slayer Magic that allows its user, Rogue, to control and manipulate shadows.[4]
    • Shadow Dragon's Slash (影竜の斬撃 Eiryū no Zangeki): Rogue covers his hand in shadows and makes a powerful swipe at his target.[4]
  • Memory-Make (記憶造形(メモリー メイク) Memorī Meiku): A Magic that allows its user, Rufus Lore, to utilize and combine different spells and kinds of Magic that he himself has seen and memorized.[4]
  • Territory (絶対領土(テリトリー) Teritorī): A Magic that allows Minerva to manipulate spacial matter, performing feats such as warping the air around opponents of her choosing,[4] diffuse the air around (and negate) powerful attacks,[5] warp objects and/or beings of her choosing to other locations, and trap people in spatially-distorted bubbles.[6]
  • Transformation Magic (変身魔法 Henshin Mahō): A type of Magic that allows its user to physically transform into any one person that they desire.[7]
  • White Dragon Slayer Magic (白の滅竜魔法 Haku no Metsuryū Mahō): A type of Dragon Slayer Magic that allows Sting to use light in combat;[8] he also takes a fancy to eating white things due to its nature.[9]
    • White Dragon's Iron Fist (白竜の鉄拳 Hakuryū no Tekken): After engulfing his fist in light, Sting lets loose a powerful punch towards his desired target.[8]
    • White Dragon's Holy Breath (白竜のホーリーブレス Hakuryū no Hōrī Buresu): Sting quickly gathers light into his mouth and releases it in the form of a gigantic breath attack that is powerful enough to completely overpower the beam launched from the ancient magical weapon Allocer; he entered Dragon Force to cast this spell.[10]
  • Telekinesis: A type of Magic that allows its user to remotely manipulate various surrounding items of their choosing without physical touching them.[11]
    • Junk Hammer (ジャンクハンマー Jyanku Hanmā): After utilizing Telekinesis to wrap nearby garbage and debris around his arm, Crunch attacks his opponent with his junk-clad fist. The attack was immediately parried by Sting, so its actual power remains unseen.[11]
  • Aera ((エーラ) Ēra): A type of Magic that Lector and other Exceeds use to sprout wings from their back and fly. It allows Lector to carry someone as heavy and built as Sting with no trouble.[12]
  • Barrier Magic (結界魔法 Kekkai Mahō): A type of Holder Magic utilized by Dia that provides her with the ability to "mark" things with her hammer; whatever biotic targets she marks she has complete mental control over,[13] and she can manipulate that being's power as she wishes.[14] It also allows her to mark abiotic targets (such as rocks), which if done in such a way that a perimeter is created,[15] a barrier that seals away the strength of whatever kind of Magic she so chooses is erected. Ultimately, she chose to create a barrier that seals the strength of Dragon Slayers[12] and sucks up their Magic Power,[16] which her older brother later used to further his ideal of becoming a Dragon[17] and using their Magic.[18]
  • Mimesis Magic (擬態魔法 Gitai Mahō): A type of Magic utilized by Topaz that allows him to craft a body suit of rock that allows him to perfectly imitate the appearance and stature of any person he chooses; in his case, he chose a small, portly middle-aged man. The suit can be broken, and when such a thing occurs, it shatters into the pieces of stone it is composed of.[19]
  • Earth Magic (土魔法 Tsuchi Mahō): The other type of Magic utilized by Topaz; he can manipulate earth to take various shapes, including a multitude of gargantuan fists,[20] golems,[21] and even (once a sufficient amount of Dragon Slaying Magic Power has been amassed) a Rock Dragon[22] that he controls from within.[23]
  • Celestial Spirit Magic (星霊魔法 Seirei Mahō): A Magic utilizing keys that allows its user, Yukino Agria, to summon beings known as Celestial Spirits to fight alongside her. The "Gates" of the Celestial Spirits can be forced closed, provided the Celestial Spirits remain under direct loyalty to their summoner.[24]

Important TermsEdit

GuildsEdit

Sabertooth (剣咬の虎(セイバートゥース) Seibātūsu): One of many guilds in Fiore that Sting, Rogue, their Exceed, and many others belong to. They are a very popular writing topic for Sorcerer Magazine columnist Jason.[25]

Abyss Horn (深淵の角笛(アビスホルン) Abisu Horun): A Dark Guild that desired to use Yukino's Celestial Spirit Magic to power an ancient weapon called Allocer in order to take over Fiore.[26] They were completely stopped by a lone Sting, who defeated every single member of the guild with ease.[27][28]

Magic ItemsEdit

Magic Airship: Allocer (魔空挺アロケル Makūtei Arokeru): An ancient magical weapon that requires Celestial Spirit Magic in order to function, it was the target of the Dark Guild Abyss Horn, and they planned to use it to take over Fiore.[26] It was ultimately destroyed by Sting in his bid to save Yukino from Abyss Horn's Guild Master, Crunch.[29]

Celestial Spirit Gate Keys: Celestial Spirit Gate Keys are Magic Items utilized by Celestial Spirit Mages to summon Celestial Spirits.[24]

LocationsEdit

Fake Obstone: A small village set up to masquerade as the real Obstone that lies just north of the true Obstone (utilizing the general location and abundance of mines to trick the Twin Dragons), and was created to give the appearance of being without Magic via Dia's Barrier Magic;[32] the citizens were mind-controlled to assist in the masquerade also thanks to Dia's Barrier Magic.[33]

Obstone (オブストン Obusuton): Also called the City of Stone (石の街 Ishi no Machi) and the City of Gems (宝石の街 Hōseki no Machi), Obstone is purportedly a rather illustrious locale that excels at mining and manufacturing, and is one of Ishgar's few gem-mining communities.[34] The town is also famous for all of its manufacturing and mining being done by hand, as Mages and Magic are not present in its population.[35] The standard of living in the city is apparently extremely high, as a large amount of funds were required for Sting, Rogue, Yukino, Minerva and the Exceed to enjoy a small trip to their local hot springs.[36]

OtherEdit

Float Cookie (フロートクッキー Furōto Kukkī): A special type of cookie baked by Yukino that causes those who ingest it to float up into the air for a brief amount of time.[37] The cookies also help momentarily cure Dragon Slayers of their motion sickness if ingested, as it prevents them from physically being on the vehicle in question.[38]

Dragon Force (竜の力(ドラゴンフォース) Doragon Fōsu): The ultimate power of the Dragon Slayer; Sting can freely access this state whenever he so chooses, and entering it increases the power of his Magic drastically.[39]

Unison Raid (合体魔法(ユニゾンレイド) Yunizon Reido): An ability that allows two Mages to combine their Magic to create a stronger attack.[40]

  • Holy Shadow Dragon's Flash Fang (聖影竜閃牙 Seieiryū Senga): By combining the powers of their Light and Shadow Dragon Slayer Magic, Sting and Rogue execute a swirling burst of their powers that is strong enough to destroy the rock that was magically bound to Topaz (giving him the appearance of a Dragon) and laced with their own Magic.[40]

ReferencesEdit

  1. FAIRY TAIL外伝 (1) 芝野郷太 at Kodansha
  2. Fairy Tail: Twin Dragons of Sabertooth by Kyouta Shinabo at Kodansha Comics
  3. 3.0 3.1 Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 1, Page 3
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 1, Page 4
  5. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 9, Page 10
  6. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 10, Pages 5-8
  7. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 1, Pages 14-16
  8. 8.0 8.1 Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 3, Pages 6-7
  9. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 5, Page 3
  10. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 4, Pages 7-11
  11. 11.0 11.1 Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 3, Pages 4-5
  12. 12.0 12.1 Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 7, Page 4
  13. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 9, Pages 6-7
  14. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 10, Page 7
  15. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 9, Page 7
  16. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 8, Page 3
  17. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 13, Page 7
  18. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 8, Page 7
  19. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 8, Pages 4-5
  20. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 8, Pages 9-10
  21. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 13, Page 3
  22. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 13, Page 6
  23. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 14, Page 8
  24. 24.0 24.1 Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 9, Pages 3-6
  25. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 1, Pages 1-6
  26. 26.0 26.1 Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 2, Pages 4-7
  27. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 3, Pages 2-8
  28. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 4, Page 16
  29. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 4, Pages 8-12
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  31. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 9, Page 3
  32. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 10, Pages 3-4
  33. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 9, Page 6
  34. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 5, Pages 7-8
  35. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 6, Page 8
  36. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 15, Pages 11-14
  37. Fairy Tail Gaiden: The Twin Dragons of Sabertooth Manga: Chapter 1, Pages 8-10
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