Continuing the story of the golden haired elementalist this chapter discusses how the elementalist’s sex, race, and family affect the continuity of his or her work. In addition, this article provides a synopsis, references, and an overview of the story’s characters.
Having a sister who is an elementalist can be confusing, and that was how it was for Asra. Despite her desire to find out more about her father, the thought of being an elementalist was too much for her mind to handle. She was also very unsure of the training she was supposed to go through. Despite this, Asra enjoyed fighting and wanted to break other kids’ fingers. She also wanted to drown other kids’ tears.
When Asra arrived at the academy, she was unable to go through with her plan. She was blindsided by her sister. Tanya was the oldest of the three siblings and was a student at the academy. She was also the craziest. She was always chaotic, but she knew she was only human and made peace with this fact. She remained at the academy for one month.
After a month, Asra stopped studying the drawing of a young man in her class. She was also tired of her training and her training was taking a toll on her.
Fortunately, you don’t need to read a whole novel or manga to get a clear understanding of what the synopsis of chapter 65 of The Golden Haired Elements is all about. A brief summary of the most important information in the chapter will give you the basic gist of the story in a few short paragraphs. This summary will also provide a handy quick refresher on the plot of the book. This summary is not exhaustive, so feel free to visit other summaries of the book if you need a more in-depth look.
The best part of the synopsis of chapter 65 is the way the boy got back home. The boy is able to bring back a pair of asses laden with gold, and then tells the king how he got the gold. The king decides to allow the boy to live with his wife, and the boy sets off to return home. After he passes two cities, the boy decides to tell the king he found gold across the river.