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The short answer is no. It is not based on the Islamic religion. It is based on a several middle eastern originating stories and historical characters. The main characters names such as Ali Baba and Cassim are from 1001 Nights also known as the Arabian nights. Sinbad is also a character from a series of arabian stories. Solomon was a real king back in ...


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Precaution: The following may contain spoilers from Magi This was too long to be posted in comments so I had to make it here and since it serves the purpose too, why not. So I did a bit of research after the few pointers given out by Dimitri. On the reference manga page given by Dimitri, I found this: After looking up the two names David and Solomon, I ...


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As of chapter 175, little is known of this situation. However, it is known that Aladdin does not have the memories of his early childhood. Thus, he would not remember his rank as a Magi until he was reminded. Not much is known about Aladdin's past, but he has found out who he is and where he came from thanks to Solomon and Solomon's Wisdom. The first ...


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It says "Thanks you very much!" or Arigatō gozaimashita


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From what I've seen the anime and manga follow almost identical story for Magi. In the end of season 1 they made a few changes in Ali Baba's personality. Some people argue it was a screw up. However, this reddit user sums it up perfectly (Spoilers) Source: Reddit : Magi : Anime and Manga differences Related: Differences between anime and manga versions of ...


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When Alibaba got Amon from a Dungeon, his sword became a Metal Vessel, because Amon moved inside Alibaba's sword after he completed the dungeon. In other words, Alibaba became a Dungeon Capturer. Dungeon Capturer (迷宮攻略者, Danjon Kōryakusha) is a person who “completes” or “clears” Dungeons. If they survive the Dungeon, most of the time that person ...


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Had to delete my old post based on new reveals in the Alma Torren Arc. He's Soloman's son so it was probably his inheritance/something that is passed down genetically as only Soloman had the ability before. Solomon's wisdom is defined in the wikia as: This power allows normal people to hear the will of Rukh. This power seems to be able to see the ...


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They're about the same, but the anime doesn't always follow the manga's plot. If you're new to the series and want to know where to start, go with the manga first, then watch the anime, because the anime is based on the manga. If you want to know the differences, I have spotted a few changes in season 1 that differ from the manga. The examples below are ...


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We have a list of Legal Streaming Sources here. considering that Aniplex licensed Magi for the states their streaming channel has Season 1 and Season 2, assume that the Magi you have tagged is the same as the one you mention in the title. (as Season 1 is called Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic and Season is is called Magi: The Kingdom of Magic) I am unable to ...


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It is most definitely a mix of music but I definitely heard "Cast to Damnation" (YouTube) in there at around 7:20 .


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You are correct on the 3-eyed guy being Ugo. As for the 2-eyed guy, I believe it is an amalgamation of Rukh from old kings. If you notice, Ugo states you guys implying there are more than one and the 2-eyed being says that Sinbad has done enough and unveils him from inside. Another hint would be the fact that the 2-eyed being is seen above speaking ...


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A King Vessel is a dungeon conqueror who was chosen by the djinn of the dungeon and rewarded with a metal vessel containing the power of the djinn. Almost always they are chosen by a Magi who helps them through the dungeon. A member of the Kjng's household is someone loyal to them who carries a household vessel, imbued with power by the same djinn the King ...


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I found it out... it's called "L'arabesque danse toujours"


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It's never shown, last time you see Aladdin he's planning on joining a caravan that's headed in the same direction as him, and then he's not seen again until Morgiana finds him captured. He explains that some rocks fell on the caravans, he blacked out and when he woke up him and his friends were captured. Presumably the bandits just dragged his unconscious ...


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She turned into metal coal after she died. This happened due to the side effect of turning into a black djinn. The Magi wikia gives you more information on her.


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I am Muslim and my answer is, no it's not based on Islam. The culture in Magi was based on the Middle East before Islam. Jenn, magic, and harem were very common at that time and thousand of stories talked about jennies talking and serve people, and some people were practicing real magic. There are some events that have been taken from Qur'an as Solomon ...


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