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Tale of Fairy Tail: Ice Trail
Kanji

TALE OF FAIRY TAIL ICE TRAIL ~氷の軌跡~ (アイストレイル)

Rōmaji

Teiru obu Fearī Teiru - Aisu Toreiru

Manga
Author

Yuusuke Shirato

Published By

Monthly Fairy Tail Magazine

Original Run

July 17, 2014 – July 17, 2015

Volumes

2

Tale of Fairy Tail: Ice Trail (TALE OF FAIRY TAIL ICE TRAIL ~氷の軌跡~ (アイストレイル) Teiru obu Fearī Teiru - Aisu Toreiru), known as Fairy Tail Ice Trail in the English release, is a Japanese manga series by Yuusuke Shirato and a spin-off of Hiro Mashima's manga series Fairy Tail.

PlotEdit

The story of Gray Fullbuster's journey after losing his parents and his master Ur, and before reaching Fairy Tail and becoming a member of it.

MangaEdit

Written and illustrated by Yusuke Shirato, "Tale of Fairy Tail: Ice Trail" is a monthly spin-off manga that was serialized in Monthly Fairy Tail Magazine from July 17, 2014 to July 17, 2015. The individual chapters had been collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Kodansha, with both volumes being released on September 17, 2015. There are 13 chapters and 2 omake chapters in total.

The series was licensed for an English language release in North America by Kodansha USA on August 29, 2015, with the first volume released on December 29, 2015.

Volume ListEdit

Volume 1

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
September 17, 2015.[1]
December 29, 2015.[2]
Fairy Tail Ice Trail Volume 1 Cover Chapters English chapter titles Cover character(s)



Volume 2

Japanese Release Date: North American Release Date:
September 17, 2015.[3]
June 28, 2016.[4]
Fairy Tail Ice Trail Volume 2 Cover Chapters English chapter titles Cover character(s)



Special ChaptersEdit

Cover GalleryEdit

VolumesEdit

Fairy Tail Ice Trail Volume 1 Cover
Volume 1
Fairy Tail Ice Trail Volume 2 Cover
Volume 2

ChaptersEdit

Volume 1

Volume 2

Omake Chapters

CharactersEdit

ProtagonistsEdit

Fairy Tail
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Name 
Gray Fullbuster
グレイ・フルバスター
Gurei Furubasutā
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Name 
Gildarts Clive
ギルダーツ ・クライヴ
Girudātsu Kuraivu
Magic Council
Torch prof prop
Name 
Torch Endeavor
トーチ・エンデバー
Tōchi Endebā
Grog prof prop
Name 
Grog Foto
グロッグ・フォト
Guroggu Foto
Mone
Ice Trail Mary prof prop
Name 
Mary
メアリ
Meari
Amelie prof prop
Name 
Amelie
アメリ
Ameri
Others
Nano profile 1
Name 
Nano Leaf
ナノ・リーフ
Nano Rīfu
Roka prof prop
Name 
Roka
ロカ
Roka

AntagonistsEdit

Chrono Noise
Nez Close-up
Name 
Nez Booms
ネズ・ブームス
Nezu Būmusu
Five Bridge Familia
FBF Mage prof
Name 
Five Bridge Familia Mage

Drum Bee close up
Name 
Drum Bee
ドラム・ビー
Doramu Bī
Cappuccino's Bar
Cappuccino
Name 
Lord Cappuccino
カプチノ
Kapuchino
Milk Boy
Name 
Milk Boy
ミルクボーイ
Miruku Bōi
Fisher Man's Prize
Tai prof
Name 
Tai
タイ
Tai
Monsters
Unicol
Name 
Unicol
ウニコル
Unikoru

OtherEdit

Others
Ur's dream
Name 
Ur
ウル
Uru
King Moguras
Name 
King Mole Parents

Mogura Offspring
Name 
King Mole Baby

MagicEdit

  • Ice Magic (氷の魔法 Kōri no Mahō): It is a magic that utilizes the element of ice. Creating constructs such as a rose.
  • Molding Magic (造形魔法 Zōkei Mahō): Molding Magic allows the user to mold or create something by concentrating their Magic Power into their hands, like an element, into different shapes or forms.
    • Ice-Make (氷の造形魔法(アイスメイク) Aisu Meiku): is a type of Molding Magic]] involving the creation of objects using ice.
      • Ice-Make: Floor ((フロア) Furoa): A spell in which the user slams a hand on the floor, creating a slippery layer of ice over the floor. The user can also freeze the surfaces of bodies of water with this spell and slide on the resultant floor.
      • Ice-Make: Sword: The user creates a sword made of ice for melee combat.
      • Ice-Make: Igloo: The user places both hands on the ground and creates a dome made of ice around the target to trap the target. The dome appears to be transparent.[5](Unnamed)
      • Ice-Make: Lance (槍騎兵(ランス) Ransu): The user puts their fist over their palm and creates multiple lances made of ice that they direct towards their target and use to impale them.
      • Ice-Make: Rosen Krone (薔薇の王冠(ローゼンクローネ) Rōzen Kurōne): The user creates giant roses and spiked branches, made out of ice, that surround the target and attack them with thorns.
      • Ice-Make: Block: The user uses one hand to create a big block of ice that is able to block incoming attacks.(Unnamed)
      • Ice-Make: Hammer (大槌兵(ハンマー) Hanmā): The user creates a large hammer made of ice, floating above their opponent and then drops it with great force.
      • Ice-Make: Clone: The user creates a copy of themselves made out of ice. This spell can be used to avoid attacks or to create a distraction for a surprise attack.(Unnamed)
      • Ice-Make: Rock Boat (氷山漁船(ロックボート) Rokku Bōto): The user slams both their palms onto the ground and creates a large frozen boat, complete with mast and riggings, in front of them.[6]
  • Bomb Magic: revolves around the manifestation of various types of bombs. These bombs are normally in the form of spheres[7] or glyphs[8] and can be set by the user to explode immediately or after a certain amount of time. When a timer is set, a clock with only one hand appears on the surface of the sphere or the glyph and the bomb explodes once the hand completes one full revolution around the clockface.[8] The user can not only use this Magic for offensive purposes, but can also use the explosive force of the bombs to accelerate themselves.[9] There appears to be no limit to the number of bombs that the user can summon at a time.[7] But, once triggered, the bombs are as lethal to the user as to the enemy.[10](Unnamed)
    • Time Bomb: The user writes down the number of seconds for the countdown in the air, with the number written correctly from the target's perspective. A sphere with a clock hand on its front surrounds the targets head and explodes after the designated time has elapsed.[11](Unnamed)
    • Full Panorama Bomb (全天爆裂球(フルパノラマ・ボム) Furu Panorama Bomu): The user thrusts their hands forward and shoots numerous orb-like projectiles towards the target's surrounding area. After a short delay, these projectiles explode at the same time.[7]
    • Bomb Stamp (爆印(ボム・スタンプ) Bomu Sutanpu): The user stamps the target with a bomb glyph, a circular symbol consisting of five alternating-colored circles and a hand ending in an arrowhead that acts as a countdown timer. Once the allotted time elapses, the glyph explodes, damaging the stamped target. The explosions can also be used to propel the user forward at enhanced speeds.[8]
  • Egg Knock (エッグ・ノック Eggu Nokku): Egg Knock is a time-related Magic that allows the caster to speed up the time within an egg, enabling them to effectively cut down the egg's incubation period. To activate this Magic, the user puts their hands together and shoots a ray of light at the target. The limitations to this Magic are unknown but, according to Chrono Noise Guild Master Nez Booms, a user of the Magic will be able to decrease the incubation process from ten years to mere moments.[12]
  • Telekinesis: A type of Magic that allows its user to move and take control of things with their mind and use them for whatever purpose they wish, such as for battle. The members of the Dark Guild Five Bridge Familia are able to halt a train in its tracks by crushing one of its carriage under a cliff. They was also able to push back a young Gray Fullbuster without even glancing at him, knocking out the young Mage.[13] Their telekinetic abilities are shown to affect organic as well as non-organic matter, sentient or not.
    • Beam Pective (一点透視図砲(ビームペクティヴ) Bīmu Pekutivu): Drum has his Collect Beam 999's surround an enemy in midair from every side before unleashing all their attacks at the same time, preventing the victim from evading them. It was used against Gildarts while he was carrying Gray in his arms, having jumped in the air to get the boy out of the spheres' trajectory, but the Fairy Tail ace merely nullified them all with Crash.[14]
  • Crash (粉砕(クラッシュ) Kurasshu): It is a very advanced Magic which gives the user the ability to smash everything they come into contact with. If the user is unfocused, they may destroy objects such as houses unintentionally.
    • Crushing Evil, Spreading the Truth: Ikazuchi (破邪顕正・雷土 Haja Kensē : Ikazuchi): After negating the Magic around them with a swipe of their hand, the user hits the opponent with a Crash-imbibed fist that aptly resembles a bolt of lightning.[15]
    • Mizuwari (水割り Mizuwari): The user strikes the surface of a water body with a Crash-imbibed fist such that the resulting shockwaves push back the water around the user, creating a temporary dry depression surrounded by a sheer wall of water.[16]
  • Season Creation Magic: A magic that allows the user to change the season in a particular area. It is a potent Magic which the user can utilize to change the climate of a large region. Its effects can affect an entire forest and transform a raging blizzard into a pleasant breeze. It appears that the user cannot use this Magic directly, having to create a magical powder which is then thrown to the wind, allowing it to spread over the desired area.[17] This Magic is considered to be an A-Class Treasure by the Fisher Man's Prize Treasure Hunter Guild.[18](Unnamed)
    • Cherry Ash (桜月灰(チェリーアッシュ) Cherī Asshu): Cherry Ash is a Spell which can transform any weather into spring.[19] The user has to create a magical powder which is then spread over the desired area for the effect to take place.[20]

Important TermsEdit

GuildsEdit

  • Chrono Noise (喧騒の秒針(クロノ・ノイズ) Kurono Noizu): A Guild located in the depths of a frozen forest.[21] The normal members appear to prefer physical combat to using Magic and seem completely helpless in the face of Gray's Magic.[22] Gray's interference in their plans results in the destruction of the guild building and the death of the Guild Master.[23]
  • Five Bridge Familia (伍条橋一家(ファイブリッジ・ファミリア) Faiburijji Famiria): A Dark Guild specializing in Telekinesis. Drum Bee, the Guild Master, has stated a desire to make Black Vox his Guild Headquarters.[24]
  • Fisher Man's Prize (漁夫之利(フィッシャー・マンズ・プライズ) Fisshā Manzu Puraizu): A Treasure Hunting Guild located in Earthland.[25] A sent out a team of Treasure Hunters led by Tai to recover Season Creation Magic, an A-Class Treasure, from Aba Forest. Although the team managed to steal some Cherry Ash from Roka, it was immediately snatched from them and returned to its rightful owner by a young Gray Fullbuster, who then sent the team flying off a cliff using his Magic.[26]
  • Woodcutting in the Dark (夜半の樵(ウッドキリングインザダーク) Uddo Kiringu In Za Dāku): A Poaching Guild that searches for valuable beasts in order to sell them.[27] A team from this guild managed to capture a baby king mole and chartered on a train compartment. They were then confronted and defeated by the King Mole parents, Gray and Pause.[28]

Magic ItemsEdit

  • Collect Beam 999's (蒐集光太刀999’s(コレクトビームスリーナイン) Korekuto Bīmu Surī Nain): A magical device which Drum employs in conjunction with his telekinetic powers, the Collect Beam 999's take the appearance of a series of spheres, no larger than marbles in comparison to their owner (but in turn considerably large if compared to normal-sized humans), each complete with a large hole and covered in an intricate motif. At the Dark Mage's will, each sphere can fire a powerful beam from the hole located in it, capable of generating explosions of medium size; when moved around in considerable numbers through Telekinesis, the Collect Beam 999's can continuously bombard an area of moderate size, as well as be relocated according to the target's position and chase them around. Drum carries a multitude of them (at least forty) on his person at all times, storing them inside his sleeves, and having them all emerge through the dedicated holes if need be; the Collect Beam 999's were present on him even during his stay in Black Vox.[29]

LocationsEdit

  • Chrono Noise Headquarters: a large igloo-shaped building, it has a huge empty dome-shaped space with corridors leading off in various directions. This space was home to the Devil's Egg. It has a prison that they used to contain both Gray and Nano.[21]
  • Aba Forest (アバの森 Aba no Mori): It is a forest which experiences an endless winter.[32] It appears to be situated at the base of a mountain range.[33]
    • Roka's House: is the residence of Roka,[34] it is situated atop a hillock in the Aba Forest. The hillock seems devoid of vegetation but for a few deciduous trees.[35]
  • Mone (モネ Mone): is a riverside and border city. It lies on the eastern bank of a vast river which divides the East and the West and is, hence, considered a border town.[36]
    • Cappuccino's Bar is a bar previously owned by Lord Cappuccino. Mary and Amelie were former employees, having been slaves.[37]

OthersEdit

  • Devil's Egg: A giant black egg, which Nez Booms had acquired and had captured Nano to decrease its incubation period.[21]
  • Five Bridge Familia Vehicle: is one of the means of transport for the Dark Guild Five Bridge Familia, capable of terrestrial as well as aerial travel. It is unknown whether the the vehicle is magical in nature or not.
  • Head Jailer's Staff: It is an extremely tall staff, almost as tall as Grog himself, and carried by the Head Jailer of Black Vox, serving as a Staff of Office. It appears to be completely metallic and quite unwieldy, its purpose being completely ceremonial. The lower end of the staff is sharpened. The top portion has a square frame with the staff continuing for a bit after that, ending rather bluntly with the end having a square hole in it and two niches under it. The entire object has intricate engravings all over it.[38]
  • Lance: Drum's weapon of choice is a massive lance, slightly exceeding his height in length, which appears to be entirely composed of metal.[39]
  • Milk Bottle: Milk Boy possesses a normal milk bottle, but the liquid inside seems to act like a literal energy drink,[40] allowing Milk Boy to run at speeds which outmatch even Gildarts Clive and carry a man like Cappuccino on his back at the same time, although the drink does not seem to sharpen his reflexes correspondingly as he ran full speed into a wall of ice created by Gray Fullbuster because he didn't notice it.[41]
  • Super Hi-Hi (超Hi-Hi Chō Hai Hai): After taking a swig of the liquid in his milk bottle, Milk Boy appears to gain an energy boost, allowing him to get on all fours and run at great speeds like a gorilla, even if he has a heavy object on his back.[40][41]
  • Gold Cotton (黄金綿(ゴールドコットン) Gōrudo Kotton): a valuable type of cotton, its worth per gram being more than that of gold. This is due to its rarity, which is in turn a cause of the fact that it gets destroyed upon contact with water, but it does not seem to grow in confined places. Due to this, it requires clear skies all throughout its growth to mature properly. This raises the difficulty of cultivating Gold Cotton to incredibly high levels and is purely dependent on luck.[42]
  • Treasure Fishing (お宝一本釣り Otakara Ippondzuri): Using his fishing rod and remarkable sense of smell, Tai can hook any treasure within his range, even if he cannot see it. This allowed him to snag a bag of Cherry Ash from inside Roka's house while he himself stood outside.[43]
  • Fishing Rod: Tai possesses a fishing rod with a remarkably strong hook, capable of breaking through a door which has been built to withstand the blizzards of Aba Forest. He uses the rod for his Treasure Fishing technique.[43]
  • Fishing Net: Tai also possesses a seemingly normal fishing net. He has been shown to use it in battle to entangle his enemies.[44]

ReferencesEdit

  1. TALE OF FAIRY TAIL ICE TRAIL ~氷の軌跡~ (上) 白土悠介 at Kodansha
  2. Fairy Tail Ice Trail 1 by Yuusuke Shirato at Kodansha Comics
  3. TALE OF FAIRY TAIL ICE TRAIL ~氷の軌跡~ (下) 白土悠介 at Kodansha
  4. Fairy Tail Ice Trail 2 by Yuusuke Shirato at Kodansha Comics
  5. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 2, Page 10
  6. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Pages 14-15
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 2, Pages 2-3
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 2, Page 5
  9. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 2, Page 3
  10. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 2, Pages 10-11
  11. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 1, Pages 18-19
  12. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 1, Pages 21-27
  13. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 3, Pages 4-5
  14. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 4, Pages 22-24
  15. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 4, Page 24
  16. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 7, Pages 18-19
  17. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Pages 18-19
  18. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Page 9
  19. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Page 6
  20. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Pages 18-19
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 1, Page 11
  22. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 1, Pages 24-26
  23. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 2, Pages 15-20
  24. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 3, Page 18
  25. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Page 9
  26. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Pages 8-15
  27. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 9, Page 21
  28. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 9, Pages 16-26
  29. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 4, Pages 20-21
  30. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 3, Page 2
  31. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 3, Page 14
  32. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Page 5
  33. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Pages 18-19
  34. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Page 4
  35. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Page 5
  36. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 6. Page 4
  37. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 6, Pages 16-19
  38. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 3, Page 14
  39. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 3, Page 16
  40. 40.0 40.1 Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 6, Page 14
  41. 41.0 41.1 Fairy Tail Ice Trail Manga: Chapter 6, Pages 21-22
  42. Fairy Tail Ice Trail: Chapter 8, Pages 8-9
  43. 43.0 43.1 Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Pages 8-9
  44. Fairy Tail Ice Trail Omake: Another Trail: Spring Blooms in the Snow, Page 12

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