The beginning of the Mahora Festival is days away and as Negi's class prepares. So does mages of Mahora for the mysteries of the World-Tree.
Ken Akamatsu talks about the Mahora Festival starting this volume, and he talks about the anime that started to air and what is was like seeing the voice actresses work.
A list and general description of many of the most common Honorifics in the Japanese language.
The great Mahora Festival is about to begin and Negi's class tries to decide what they plan for this year.
Class 3-A still struggles for their plans on what to do for the festival, and Negi is inspired by the master chef in his class, Satsuki Yotsuba.
It's hard to be in school, but even harder if you are also a ghost. No one sees you, no one hears you, and no one knows you are... alive. Perhaps now that there is a mage teacher there is still hope for happiness for Sayo Aisaka.
Science is filled with new and more amazing things for Satomi Hakase, but nothing more amazing then a robot girl in love. Who is Chachamaru's love?
Asuna has decided to move forward with her feelings for Takahata-sensei and goes on a practice date with a magically grown-up Negi to get her courage.
The 3-A Class prepare for their haunted house exibit, and Negi makes more dates for the Mahora Festival that could possible be done in a single day.
The festival is closer and Negi has been orderd to a meeting of the magical forces at Mahora Academy. The rumors of the magic of the World-Tree are far more true then anyone could know.
Negi, Setsuna, and Kotaro race away to protect Chao Lingshen from these mysterious powerful pursuers.
Full list of the meaning of the spells or other Latin phrases used in this volume.
The results of the second 3-A Class popularity poll is shown. A chart is on the page showing the differences between previous poll results
Several fan made post cards are printed in this page.
Character design sketches and notes for:
Discussion and explanation of the 3D models used in the background of the series
The full class roster of Negi's class 3-A.
The concept sketches and notes for both the front and back covers.
Back Cover: Sayo Aisaka
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.
Four pages of Negima! Volume 10 in English.