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is a Japanese manga series illustrated and written by Atsushi Okubo. Looking to create the latter a "death scythe" and therefore fit for use by the school's headmaster Shinigami, the personification of departure, they need to gather the souls of 99 wicked people and one witch, in that sequence; otherwise, they're going to have to begin all over again. is placed at Death Weapon Meister Academy --"DWMA" for short--situated in the fictional Death City in Nevada, United States. The institution is run as a training facility for the wielders of these weapons, named meisters, in addition to individuals together with the capacity to transform into weapons, also called Death, by Shinigami. Medusa and her cohorts assault DWMA together with the aim of restoring the first kishin who almost plunged the world into insanity before being secured beneath DWMA by Shinigami, Asura. Even with the combined efforts of Death the Kid, Black Star, and Maka, Asura, who leaves to spread mayhem all over the world following a short conflict with Shinigami is successfully revived by the group of Medusa. Nevertheless, Medusa befriend Maka and is apparently killed by meister and DWMA teacher Franken Stein in the act, while Crona surrenders to the DWMA and goes to register there. As an outcome of Asura's distributing insanity, the older sister Arachne of Medusa comes out of hiding after 800 years. Arachne reforms her organization Arachnophobia, which poses itself as a critical danger to DWMA. Shinigami calls all over the world to assist in the struggle against Arachnophobia from in passing scythes. In now, Medusa forms truce, and reappears along with her soul within the body of a woman so they could annihilate the risk of Arachnophobia collectively. The DWMA pupils and brainwash Crona into rejoining her, possess Arachne's body, and the entourage of Medusa infiltrate the headquarters where Maka gets the better of Arachne, just for Medusa to betray DWMA of Arachnophobia. Meanwhile, Noah, an artificial concept created in the Book of Eibon's Tables of Contents captures Death the Kid. Following this, Maka eventually succeeds in turning Soul Eater into a passing scythe. Crona resurfaces in a city in Russia, destroying it and killing the departure scythe stationed there, eventually being chosen by madness after killing Medusa while DWMA hunts for Asura's location. Shinigami orders Maka to hunt down Crona, and she accidentally finds Asura's place on the moon, while hunting for Crona with her powers. An assault is launched by the DWMA on the moon to take Asura down, only to be repelled by his militaries that are Clown. Maka as well as the others find a way to choose the upper hand helped by the witches after Death the Kid successfully convinces them to set up a short-term alliance, but the situation gets a lot more chaotic using the hindrance of Crona, who consumes Asura's body before being overtaken by him. The manga was released as three different one and is published by Square Enix -shots serialized in one Gangan Wing and two Gangan Powered special versions in 2003. Yen Press has licensed for distribution in North America the manga. A manga series that runs alongside the primary collection, named Soul Eater Not!, started serialization on January 12, 2011 in Monthly Shonen Gangan. Maka Albam Maka Albarn is among the primary protagonists of . She's a young but committed pupil who takes another prodigious meister, after her mom. Nevertheless, her relationship with her dad Spirit is strained due to his continuous flirtations with girls, leading her parents. Therefore, Maka is obsessed with turning her weapon partner, Soul Eater, into a passing scythe which will surpass her dad.[ch. 0a] She collaborates well with Soul in conflict, but occasionally gets frustrated at him when he does something silly. When in risk, yet, Maka does everything she can to keep Soul out of harm's way.[ch. 4] Soul Eater Soul Evans,nicknamed Soul Eater, is the partner of Maka Albarn as well as a devil scythe, as well as the principal male protagonist. His weapon form includes a reddish- and-black blade.