The talks are over and it's time for Negi's Party to show the skills they have all acquired, but Fate has his own army of lovely young warriors as well to match forces with the magical teacher.
A list and general description of many of the most common Honorifics in the Japanese language.
Ken Akamatsu talks about the battles this volume of Negi's and Fate's separate group.
Fate makes an outrageous demand that Negi can't accept and Fate's own band of warrior girls strike at Negi's students.
Nodoka and the others run from one of Fate's fighters and Konoka gets trapped in a magical realm with two perverted idiots.
Plan A rejected, Fate offers another option to Negi, but even this one has a high price. Asuna already has the only answer that is needed.
A negotiation break down pushes Fate and Negi to clash. Elsewhere, Rakan shows the power of will and panties.
Kotaro clashes with Shirabe, Setsuna crosses blades with Tsukiyome, Asuna is ambushed, and Nodoka has a question for Fate.
Just as Negi's Party assembles and Nodoka strikes a humbling blow to Fate. He pulls back this time. Escaping from all the commotion, Negi crosses paths with one more lost friend.
With much of Fate's plan revealed. Nodoka's power also discovers Fate's connection to the Thousand Master. Rakan now has some spoilers to share.
Rakan shares the film of his past. How he once clashed with Nagi Springfield and came to join Ala Rubra.
The tale of Nagi and the princess of the Magical World is revealed in Rakan's film. The plot of Fate that was foiled years ago, and the ties that bind Negi to Asuna may only of gotten stronger.
Full list of the meaning of the spells or other Latin phrases used in this volume.
Four pages of fan drawn postcards and letters.
The concept sketches and notes for both the front and back covers.
Back Cover: Fumika Narutaki
A brief description of series creator Ken Akamatsu
If there is something that requires alterations or a Japanese phrase/joke needs explaining. The translators explains things here.
In the Japanese publication of Negima! Volume 25, there were two covers made. One is similar in design that was used for the US publication. The second cover was an alternate addition where the cover image was decidedly more "ecchi" in nature (seen right). These alternate covers were promoted as a "special edition" and were sold with a DVD of the Negima! "Negi Magi - Ala Alba" anime.