This paper considers a two-way half-duplex decodeand-forward relaying system where multiple pairs of single antenna users exchange information via a multiple-antenna relay. Assuming that the channel knowledge is non-ideal and the relay employs maximum ratio processing, we derive a large-scale approximation of the sum spectral efficiency (SE) that is tight when the number of relay antennas, M, becomes very large. Furthermore, we study how the transmit power scales with M to maintain a desired SE. In particular, three special power-scaling cases are discussed and the corresponding asymptotic SE is deduced with clear insights. Our elegant power-scaling laws reveal a tradeoff between the transmit powers of the user/relay and pilot symbol. Finally, we formulate a power allocation problem in terms of maximizing the sum SE and obtain a local optimum by solving a sequence of geometric programming problems.