Looks like Kaiser has figured out how to take on Isagi in Blue Lock Chapter 243 as they will be face-to-face in their next match soon. Read more about Ness and Kaiser’s past in the spoilers section below.
In the last chapter, we saw the past story of Alexis Ness. How he is very different from his family of scientists who do everything based on science how he got hooked on football and how it seems like this is the magic he was looking for. The chapter mostly talked about the incidents when he was a child and how in his household everything was based on science.
One of the incidents is Ness asking his big brother about summoning a monster using magic and his brother makes fun of him. One of the incidents was when he was playing with a snowman it was destroyed by his siblings saying he was distracting him in their research. Ness was not able to understand why his family treated him like this.
He then saw the audience getting hyped over a goal and decided that he needed this type of magic in his life and chose football. Ness then joined the number one football club Bastard Munchen in Germany to fulfill his goal but soon the reality struck. The chapter ended with Kaiser and Ness’ first-ever interaction during a practice match inside the club.
In the cafeteria, Kaiser tells Ness that he hates all the white drinks.
Kaiser then told Ness that he was a weak person and was losing to the ‘impossible’.
Then Kaiser showed him his Blue Rose tattoo which reminds him not to go back to his old ways.
Kaiser considers that tattoo as a rebellion against God.
Kaiser told Ness that he would win the Champions League and the World Cup and would bring despair to all the other players.
Ness finished his haircut and was happy that he opened up to him.
Back to Blue Lock Dorm, Ness found Kaiser choking and coughing up blood.
Kaiser choked himself and Ness had a worried look on his face.
Kaiser then tells Ness that he has figured it out and he will bring Yoichi to the brink of despair.
Where To Read Blue Lock 243?
Blue Lock releases in Weekly Shonen Magazine only in Japanese and no official English weekly release is available. Though there are weekly fan translations in English, we recommend you support the author and the franchise by buying official English-translated volumes.