So is this entire anime the main character explaining how the MMO works, or is there adventure?
I wish we would see more of that character. I for one am getting tired of seeing those kids on the beach.
so are you telling me that the POV switches to a completely different character later on in the series? What the fuck?
>muh epic raids
>muh explaining how an MMO works when we should already know
>muh talking instead of progression
>muh bland characters
>muh boring, no consequences
At least SAO had a goal and consequences.
After they rescue the little girl from another city (I think episode 6-7) the pace slows down and it becomes mostly politics with very little action other than the training camp on the beach. Around 15ish episodes in stuff starts happening again.
Personally I'm enjoying it, but that's what you should expect.
>SAO fags expecting LH to be SAO 2.0
If you like manga, read the West Wind spin-off. It focuses on one of the side characters who runs his personal harem in the form of a guild... so it's basically SAO except the characters aren't obnoxious asswipes.
>If you like manga, read the West Wind spin-off. It focuses on one of the side characters who runs his personal harem in the form of a guild... so it's basically SAO except the characters aren't obnoxious asswipes.
It's like game of thrones the POV is all over the fucking place.
Well to be honest it's not like everyone can handle that Rudy swag.
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It really isn't. GoT has like five or six POVs it keeps jumping between, but LH has two, maybe three.
>>muh explaining how an MMO works when we should already know
I'd like to remind you that this airs on NHK.
No, the average viewer probably doesn't know.
Shut the hell up you tool......
You sound extremely 14 year old.
>>muh boring, no consequences
Well there are some, I guess.
It's more like exploring the fallout of a MMO becoming the real world as well as explaining how it happened and how certain things now work because of it.
So far it's less about adventure of new lands and more about exploring changes in society and such. For instance, the player cities are for all intents and purposes governmentless, so part of it has been about making a ruling body for the city and close surrounding areas, another has been about exploring just what you can and can't do within (And without) the boundaries of the game rules and mechanics.
There's definitely some action, but think less SAO, more Spice and wolf.
Its more a political intrigue than an action anime. If your not into politics and societal changes then there's no reason to watch this. The main dude hasn't even used magic in like ten episodes.
It's about rape.
Nonsense, he just uses political and economic magic, rather than the mystical kind.
He's been using a powerful hypnosis spell this whole time. Why do you think he keeps adjusting his glasses? It's a trigger for the effect. Only other glasses wearing players can counter its effects by adjusting their own.
Implying they're not amplifying it by reflecting it off their own glasses, thank god Naotsugu is immune since he only has space enough in his brain for tanking and panties.
this image makes me wonder if anyone in the manga is legit gay or if nobody steps over that boundary in the game.
>At least SAO had a goal and consequences
also SAO is the less close shit to how a MMO works
So is this thread a boring attempt at shitposting, or is the OP just retarded?