Lucy and Natsu take on an amazing paid job to recover a mysterious book just so it can be destroyed. Later a request for assistance comes for Natsu from one of the most powerful and strict wizards of Fairy Tail, but Nastu has a condition.
Beautiful celestial wizard Lucy has teamed up with the crazy fire wizard Natsu and his bizarre flying cat, Happy. Their job: to steal a book from the notorious Duke Everlue. But the eccentric Everlue has killed wizards before, and Lucy’s team is walking right into his death trap!
— DEL REY
Japanese Release Date: January 17, 2007
American Release Date: March 25, 2008
Lucy and Natsu take a job from a rich family to do something as simple as retrieve a special book at the price of 2 Millions Jewels!! The job is for this book to be destroyed.
The "Maid Plan" a failure, Lucy and Natsu invade the mansion ninja style. Though they find the book. Natsu must fight with two wizards from the Southern Wolf Guild while Lucy....reads???
Natsu fights alone as Lucy tries to discover the secret behind this Day Break novel that so many people are after.
Lucy must defend the powerful secret behind this novel, and fights against the mansion owner, Duke Everlue. He turns out to be a Celestial Wizard the same as Lucy.
The book returned to the son of the author. Rather then have this novel destroyed. Lucy shows what love a father has for his son and the true title of the book.
Back at home, the playful and wild Fairy Tail Guild comes to a halt as the strict and powerful, Erza Scarlet returns. The woman that even Natsu and Gray fear has a request of them to join her.
Lucy tags along on the mission with Erza, Natsu, and Gray. On a train the mission is explained and Erza shows Natsu some tough love.
Natsu is left on the train with a dangerous Wizard who carries a deadly magical item that plays a tune that brings about a slumber that there is no awaking from.
The Fairy Tail team rush into town to spot the Dark Guild from killing an entire village of people with the mass murder curse, Lullaby.
Hiro Mashima talks about what it's like trying to think of so many different varieties of magic for this story.
A list and general description of many of the most common Honorifics in the Japanese language.
A page of sketch work showing how the design for the Fairy Tail Guild was created.
A sketch diagram of the rooms that are used to create the Fairy Tail manga by Hiro Mashima and his staff.
Character sketches of Hiro Mashima and his staff.
A drawing of Lucy in a bikini, and a description of how Hiro Mashima came up with the names for many of the characters in Fairy Tail.
Hiro Mashima talks about where he's taking the series and invites readers to mail him with suggestions to what kind of jobs they would like to see the characters take on.
The address provided on the page is for Del Rey Manga. An email address is included. Hiro Mashima promises letters sent here will reach him personally.
A brief description of series creator Hiro Mashima
If there is something that requires alterations or a Japanese phrase/joke needs explaining. The translators explains things here.
Three pages of Fairy Tail Volume 3 in it's original Japanese form.
The The Road to the Fairy Tail Mark, This is the Place Where Fairy Tail is Made!!!, This is the Fairy Tail Staff!!!, About the Naming of the Characters, and Afterword segments were not listed in the Table of Contents for this volume.