One: You must never reveal sensitive information about Fairy Tail to others for as long as you live.
Two: You must never use former contacts met through your being in the guild for personal gain.
Three: Though our paths may have diverged, you must continue to live out your life with all your might, you must never consider your own life to be something insignficant , and you must never forget about your friends who loved you.
This isn’t goodbye. Not for good.
The journey is over, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. We’ll go on more adventures together. We may find others to keep us amused, we may start to create for other characters, but…
“Even if I can’t see you, I’ll always be looking your way.”
That’s a promise, no matter how far I’ll go, there will be none to captivate my heart like you…
Keep in mind that the official translation will appear on Wednesday but Gray and Juvia’s somewhat confusing conversation becomes clearer once you piece all the rough translations out there to get the following:
A year has passed since the war and the celebration we see is a party dedicated to Lucy winning a prize for her novel. Juvia gets drunk and starts to strip which attracts Gildarts’s unwanted attention
At which point Gray openly gets jealous and drags her away to a more private area.
He suggests she asks Wendy to take care of her scar. Juvia points out that he has one too, and Gray replies that it’s different for men and women (as in “for men scar tissue ain’t an issue”) and then he hesitatingly says that her body is now “his” body.
With all this it seems as though Gray and Juvia have been in an intimate relationship for this time after the war, and Gray’s comment that her body is now “his” is a way of saying that he has to take care of her as though he was taking care of himself, as couples usually do in a relationship. His embarrassment also suggests that his words are not “possessive” but rather intimate and are said with love and care. Therefore confirming their canonisation.