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  1. Continuation of the FE4 manga will be on this thread, but please refer to the other FE4 manga thread for Holsety Scans' work for the first five volumes and first two chapters of volume six. Holsety Scans and Fala Scans are composed entirely of different people, and we therefore take no credit for the work they put into their scans/translations. All credit for their contributions goes strictly to them (I've had confusion in the past where we mistaken for also being the old team by people new to the manga). Chapters hosted on Mega. Click "Download through your browser". Anything without an updated date on it prior to volume eight may still be in in need of editing! Update: 11/24/2019: We have not dropped this project. We are currently recruiting translators and redrawers/cleaners! Note: I am aware links aren't working at this time. Please be patient while this is fixed. I am aware of the reason this occurred and working to fix it. However, as of this time I may need to figure something out for volume eleven, as I do not have access to my desktop which is apparently the only place I currently have the finished files for all completed chapters in that volume (my desktop likely has dying hardware components, so the only way to get to those files would be to access my hard drive). To clarify what happened, because I have not been able to get onto the Mega account that held these files for an extended period of time, the data on the account was deleted by the website. This affected all the links below, and it'll take a little doing but I can get volumes six through ten back up as I have multiple backups of the work. For volume eleven, I may need to temporarily grab them off a manga hosting website because right now I have no access to the completed versions of any of those chapters. This may affect the overall quality of the chapters, but as soon as I have the originals back (if I can get them back), I'll put them back up. Thank you all for your patience throughout all of this trouble the past year! This may also mean in the future that another means of hosting these chapters will be necessary, as Mega will eventually delete the data on the account if I stop logging in for an extended period of time. Someday I may have reason to stop logging into the account, such as all our active projects being completed or the team being on break once the major projects are completed, and the account will be deemed inactive. I will try to eventually find another solution, but Mega is still fine at this time. When things change if they do, I'll let you guys know. Volume 6 back up. Note: if there is not an update date beside the chapter, it has not undergone thorough changes since the date it was released or since the dates listed in the bulk updates section. This means they mean be updated at a later time. These updates are for a variety of things such as to fix the color levels, to fix the typesetting, page rotation, if there's been any translation change (which can range from something as small as an sfx to a major change, but any major changes will be noted in a new post), etc. An update date beside a chapter signifies I've done several of these in one update or heavily so on one or two, or I've looked them over and determined the current edits from previous edits are suitable enough for me to move on to the next chapter). This being the team's first collective major project, we've changed how we manage levels, typesetting, etc since we began. To keep the older chapters as up to date as possible, I eventually go through and edit them. We will not redo entire chapters, so some will still have a different look to them (such as chapter 38, for example), but I will update them as best I can. Volume six: Volume seven: Volume eight: Volume nine: Volume ten: Chapter 58 Chapter 59 Chapter 60 Chapter 61 Chapter 62 Volume 10 Complete Volume eleven: Chapter 63 Chapter 64 Chapter 65 Chapter 66 Chapter 67 will be next and conclude this volume. JD's edited versions: Text positioning/size and minor grammar error edits were done to volume six on 12/21/15. Major edits done for volumes six through nine (chapter 53) on 9/2/2016. NOTE: Some of these changes may or may not be gone due to an incident regarding Mega. This means it's possible the versions I have available at this time (as I cannot access the files on my desktop at this time dated 11/26/2019) are not the final versions. Pages may also be missing from various chapters in the versions I have, which means I will have to either relocate the pages in my backups somewhere or redo them. Until that is done, the specific chapters missing any pages will not be reuploaded. Major leveling and typesetting edits will be done to all volumes where needed later on. Chapters 38-40 edited. Note about edits: Unless the rotation of a page is really bad, it won't be fixed in the earlier volumes we've done. Unfortunately to rotate, it means I have to either redo the typesetting from the blank version, or I can rotate the typesetted version and it will reduce the text's quality and settle it in more as just part of the page and not a separate layer of text (it will look more blurry, and I've had a few minor instances where I noticed the rotation was off after typesetting and did rotate it anyway, but I rarely do that). - "I prefer reading the manga on manga websites instead of from zipped files. What do I suggest I use?" MangaDex is the closest thing we have to an affiliation. The chapters were posted up to chapter 64 before I was told about the site by a staff member, and I will be able to edit them as needed there as I have access to it as the team head. MangaHere.co seems to have fixed its issue with skipped chapters. - Other information: Current team members are: Jugdral Defender (scanner, cleaner, typesetter), ChildofDain (cleaner/redrawer), LeifOfLeonsterTranslations (translator). Some other helpers may have put in some work for cleaning despite not being team members. They will be credited in the chapters they helped on. ChildofDain can be found on Tumblr under the same name, as can I. You'll probably notice some blurry edge lines. That's because I did not (and will not) debind my books. We do our best to make it look nice without working with separated pages. Volumes one through six are also very thick volumes, so spine blurs will not be quite so defined as of volume seven and onward. Lastly, please feel free to notify us of any errors (typos, possible missed words, etc.). We'll fix them as soon as possible after hearing about them. Enjoy your share of FE4 pain and all the pain to come!
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