Blond naked Ebony girl on all fours is waiting for doggy style here
Magi Hypothesis - Death of Al Thamen - Soul Vessels
Upon reading the new Sinbad no Bouken chapter, where in which the Al Thamen spy was killed by the Djinn, a idea came to me as to why Al Thamen members, when killed, turn into these toy figures. Actually, a few possibilities came to me.
a: Soul Holders from Alma Toran - This hypothesis centers around the possibility that these soul holders, little toys, encase the souls of the magicians from Alma Toran who betrayed King Solomon, and were about to be killed by the evil god, Ill Ilah (totally spelled that wrong lol) - seeing as how he killed everything. Though they wish to be with their “father,” most likely in death, which I’ll get to later, they probably got a view of King Solomon doing something to save everyone and made last minute plans to stop him. Thus, they put their souls into these containers.
b: Soul Holders from Al Thamen Headquarters - Though it appears they’ve died, this might not actually be the case. They might have put a part of their souls in to containers, and used said containers as puppets to control from Al Thamen headquaters to kill Sinbad and those who follow the follow of fate.
Possible Religious Reference of Magi - Notice how Ill Ilah once favored the humans of Alma Toran, and gave them the ability to rule over all other beings, just like in many religions, and once it realized that it was all for naught, it then decided to start over; thus, the destruction of Alma Toran (probably with the aide of the magicians somehow). Think about the flood of the bible, and you’ll see the religious reference.
Amendment: I totally need to finish reading the chapter before making predicitons! xD As soon as I seen the Al Thamen member turn into a doll, I made this prediction but the very next few panels justified the second prediction of them sending puppets. *Embarrassed* lol
Hypothesis on The Dungeons of Magi - Mirror Image world of Alma Toran
I’m reading Sinbad’s side story, Sinbad no Bouken, when I get to the chapter where Sinbad enters the first dungeon, Baal, of the Magi universe. As he falls, we see an image most Magi readers are familiar with, the “Earth” or world with massive beams of light piercing well into outer space. It is then that it hit me, after seeing this image so many times, something finally struck me. Those beams of light might very well be the location of the dungeons in one world, but it could also be where King Solomon placed the 72 staffs with his household during, or before, the chaos that unfolded when the Dark Spot or Evil god of the Magi world touched down. He probably scattered his household vessels at various distances due to increasing the odds of them finding potential kings in the new world Solomon was about to create. Solomon might have been planning for such a scenario for quite some time, fearing for the worse, yet not giving up any hope for the future; thus, the dungeons that help future king vessels. Even the Continental Rifts in both worlds might have been calculated in his plans somehow. Perhaps he knew that some being of another species was worthy of being king, thus adding the Continential Rift in the world he created. Beings like the Fanalis, perhaps?
□■□■□■□■□■□■□■□■□ Additionally, this could also mean that we’ll see countries across the globe, with various species also known to exist on Alma Toran. Heck, I think it’ll be awesome to see a being with more than ten djinns to make it even more challenging for Alibaba and Sinbad. Furthermore, we only know of roughly 15 or so djinns being in human possession. Leaving still quite a few places to explore.