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Mash Burnedead and the Rampaging Serve is the fifty-fourth chapter of the Mashle series and the eleventh chapter of the Divine Visionary Selection Exam Arc.


After noticing the cracks in the Goddess Statue, Carpaccio questions how Mash's body is so powerful and begins to laugh, as the Goddess Statue begins to change form. He says that this is the first time that it has ever been damaged, and that it will only get more defensive. The statue starts to throw large syringes at Mash, but he is successful in dodging them. Seeing this, Carpaccio tries to hinder Mash by stabbing himself in the leg, causing Mash to stumble, but not leading to any significant damage.

Mash pulls out his iron wand and begins to sculpt it, making it into a tennis racket. He uses the racket to fire projectiles at the Statue's cracks, weakening it even further. He continues to fire projectiles at it, while simultanously dodging incoming attacks, shocking Carpaccio, as well as the audience. After a constant barrage of attacks, the statue breaks, leaving Carpaccio in disbelief. Mash fulfills Carpaccio's earlier wish, and allows his to feel pain, swinging the racket down onto the top of his head, knocking him out.

Finn thinks to himself that this was a bit extreme and begins to apologise, but before he can, Mash interrupts him, saying 'Thank you.' He says that he knows that he is a klutz who causes trouble for everyone, but because of Finn, he can stay together with everyone. Finn says 'You’re welcome’ as he tightly clutches his Crystal.

Chapter Notes

Characters in Order of Appearance



Chapters by Arc
Easton Enrollment
Magia Lupus
Divine Visionary Selection Exam
Tri-Magic-Athalon Divine Visonary Final Exam