Log Horizon Episode 25 “The Scale Festivle”

Final Episode! Man I am excited. I’m going to do the same thing I did with my latest post and write this as I am watching the show. No pictures sorry but at least it is almost live commentary. My thinking is that if you saw the episode then you know what I am talking about. Alright Episode Start Oh right the we left off with Shiro about to mentally destroy the evil noble guy. Can’t wait. Alright was not expecting that everyone would show up at once. it seems that Shire showed up with another plan again. So him. I love the opening song, very catchy and fast paced. I’m going to have to get the soundtrack after I finish this episode. Okay back on! Hmmm interesting direction. Haha, in his face!!. Nice words there Crusty. Shiro is cast n a bad light again. Bummer. Some insight into what goes through Shiro’s head.  But he still does not get it when it comes to the other girls.  Okay creepy girl with new spells, that means other people have figured out how to make new spells. Oh so this is the one that caused the disturbances in the city. But why was she doing it, to test the strength of the city? Wow, her plan is pretty diabolical. To buy the guild hall like Shiro did is a lot of power but to buy the Cathedral . . that is just insane the power you have. She is really getting into Shiro’s head. Alright little special guild meeting at the end. Shiro was just about to reveal his next goal and refuse it is just to “change the world.” I think it is going to be something much bigger. I just can’t think of it right now. Good thing that season 2 was announced for the fall of this year! ‘m excited. This has been a great anime and (Cut Scene!) End of Episode Okay I was right. He is going to leave the city and the librarian dude is going to go with him. Interesting, what will they do? maybe they will go to another continent and see whats going on there. I am now ready for Season 2!

Log Horizon Episode 24 “Chaos”

(Sorry this was late) This episode was an interesting one. We really see the difference in power between People of the Land and the Adventurers. As a result of that we see the People of the Land getting jealous of the Adventures and trying to stop them from being successful. With all the accidents in the cry being caused it was certain that a Person of the land was behind it. The surprise was that he was guarded by other Adventurers. It was not a surprise that the nobleman was a complete jerk and rude to everyone. That is to be expected of “nobility.” Shiro’s weakness is apparently going against an eminent hat has no strategy at all, if that happens then he can’t make a strategy against theirs. The episode was good at allowing us a view more at Shiro himself because he had to think of other ways to solve the problem. Minori also improved, making decision to herself and she apparently wants to please Shiro. I really disliked the nobleman and did not like how the princess responded to him. However that is the thing that happens with nobility and thats why I don’t like the whole concept. I kept expecting Krusty to show up and bail the princess out of the entire mess and deal with the nobleman. It seemed though that Shiro himself was the one to do it. Big cliff hanger there in the last 30 seconds. I’m not sure how Shiro is going to deal with the guy but hopefully it will be in such a way that it shames the nobleman and the Adventures with him and makes everyone believe that hire may not be the worst of people. So thats it for this episode. With one more left i’m not sure how they are going to wrap it up but if there is not a season 2 then I think it will have ended prematurely in my opinion. Till next week!

Log Horizon Episode 23 “Student of the Mage”

This episode was a good one for development of the current mini-plot. Caution Spoiler ahead

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Log Horizon Episodes 1-22

In this post I will discuss the general overview of the show so far, not specific moments, If you would like to hear my feelings on specific moments ask in the comments. To avoid spoilers watch the show first.

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