I said functionally guys, functionally. He was going to get stronger no matter what because the he already got written into a hole that only power levels can solve. Whether or not they gave those descriptions or not, it's obvious that he was going to increase his own power one way or another. It just happens that he's chosen "dark", but do you get what I'm saying that this has no real impact on where things would have gone in the first place? He didn't have to call them dark and light, he could have called them light and dark and it wouldn't have made a difference if he just switched the descriptions as well where light is where you are augmenting your own strength while dark is empowering your partners to fight on your behalf (it actually sounds more fitting that way to be honest).
What I'm getting at is that he would have gotten stronger anyway and that the fact that it's called "dark" magic isn't all that amazing or interesting.>>9888104
THIS however, is something I completely failed to realize. Oh my god, there really was an EXTREMELY IMPORTANT functional difference between calling it dark as opposed to light.
What is it that has changed my mind with such conviction?
Can you imagine how smoking hot the dark themed outfits will be for the girls? If that (second) failure of an anime is any indication, they will in fact get a darker theme if their magister is a dark magi. It will be something to look forward to.