Dream and I put it there twice because some of our users misread and forget which accidentally causes to think and add battle threads on that franchise.
Consider it done. That was fast, this tournament. Nice censorship with the trophy by the way.
I somehow forgot about these 2 episodes. Not much happen in these two episodes.
@Marshal Victory said:
Any one else have a problem with this ? Struggle is a good story focus but at the expense of past episodes I think its to high a price.
I feel they were focusing too much on characters and their cast is too huge. They are not progressing the story. Log Horizon's strengths over Sword Art Online always has been mentioning the game mechanics, world building and characters with relationships. Right now, I'm liking this show less than SAO now for the current arcs.
@Vapovile: After the recent one, I think they have 4 to 5 episodes left. They must be aiming for an anime exclusive ending, but it still feels like there was some empty space left within these last few since a lot of content was rushed in.
I can confirm BigHeart711's answer if you check ANN. Yeah, I'm wondering how they end it now.
Shame, they rushed it. No build on Seryu and Bols' death. What about Bols' happy family?
1. Night Raid rushes to save Tatsumi from execution, Esdese betrays Budou and kills him, and the series ends with Tatsumi or Akame killing the minister. Series ends with Tatsumi and Mine going out, and Esdese moving on(even if that makes NO sense.)
2. Same thing...but Mine and Esdese kill each other, Tatsumi and the gang overpower Budou, and kill the minister. Then Akame and Tatsumi hook up and credits roll.
Nice predictions. I'm thinking 6 survivors for the anime exclusive ending between Night Raid and Jaegers: Mine, Akame, Kurome, Wave, Tatsumi, and Esdeath.
It has been a blast seeing this show. It had potential.
I just finished watching that episode. The episode connects with the ending song which has her roll a little bomb into a stove's fireplace.
This is the 3rd waterworks/urination scene I seen this fall season.
Glad, Trinity Seven didn't do this.
Thanks, that makes sense. Shinji, Shirou, and Caster's master were all inadequate. There was a serial killer in Fate Zero summoned Caster without much background in magic. He was an odd case.
I feel this anime is doing two routes or two flags, Saber and Rin, at the same time. It's evident in the opening. I find it strange.
Ah, the girl in an arranged marriage trope (or if there is a trope for it). Haven't seen Asuna's father. I thought he was all right. Didn't know (I forgot maybe) he suggested Sugou (our Fairy King rapist) as a candidate for Asuna's hand in marriage.
The normal guys I seen so far are Kirito, Egil, Klein, and our doctor. Most guys are pretty bad.
It was nice to see Asuna in the spotlight.
Skimmed episode 10.
Episode 10 was a bit shocking but considering how many death flags this certain character had in the past episodes. I think we are rushing a bit too much in the anime even though I haven't read the manga ahead of the anime. This episode still has a odd feeling.
I didn't like how the episode didn't mention the Jagers mourning Seryu's death in the last episode. It was just rushed over. You can cram death after death. You would lose your folks.
Watched the recent episode last night. Archer is quite the opposite of Rider from Fate Zero. Archer (FSN) mentions servants are slaves/instruments of their masters. Telling Shirou to detach his human feelings for Saber. For Rider, he was fighting to live life again and was curious about his impact on the world as Alexander the Great.
Also, Fate Zero never emphasize Mana and harvesting Mana from innocent bystanders.