What does this even mean?
Wherever you are from, please return there.
stop watching after they got all the gold, that midget's chapter was insufferable and almost made me lose interest sooner but the raid episodes were great and william's raid speech moved my hardcore gaming heart
It was easy to miss because there was so little ceremony to it compared the clearing the dungeon itself, but yes.
>whoever can buy zones can control them and their functions
>Shiro buys Akiba's Guild Hall to bring the city to heel, Plant Hwyaden buys their own city's Cathedral for the same purpose
>as they consolidate their control, the RTC buys all of Akiba's main service buildings to prevent their misuse/capture by potential enemies
>the rent is literally tens of millions of gold a month, and is rapidly bankrupting the RTC
>the Kunie Clan controls all of Yamato's NPC banks, so Shiro asks them to finance the RTC
>m-muh ancient treaties.jpg
>okay, then we'll rob your infinite money vortex (what distributes gold to respawning monsters, inflation is controlled... somehow)
>not when i shift into maximum overdick and drop three raid bosses on you at once
>adventurers are basically zombie demigods, eventually break through anyway
>kunie clan collectively shits bricks, open new branch office
>shiro decides that while he's there and has literally infinite gold at his fingertips, he's going to buy every square inch of Yamato
>as soon as he has, he destroys the contract, voiding it
>according to the terms of the contract, this transfers ownership of all the Yamato zones to the Yamato server itself
>this means that the RTC doesn't have to pay rent, breaks Plant Hwyaden's hegemony in Minami, and helps equalize relations between PCs and NPCs because PCs can no longer buy impenetrable rape dungeons
They didn't necessarily (or canonically), but they easily could have; see also XP Pot incident
and it's not like the NPCs could easily resist; see also zombie demigods and the NPC defense force mysteriously vanished when the Apocalypse happened.
I felt a pang when I realized no new episode today, but given that the spring season's flood of new shows are beginning to roll in, it's no big deal.
The wait for an eventual S3 will be rough though.
>People cared about Log Horizon
I watched season 1 and was shocked that anyone cared about this show.
It's like a 6/10 tops if I'm being generous. It's hilarious that you dorks are so unfamiliar with anything but anime/manga that you think the world-building was anything special.
I dropped the second season at 17, because the kids quest pissed me off. If someone could tell me if it gets better after that I might continue..
To prompt responses and good will, here have some guest passes:
I started to reread the novels, but that won't last long and there won't be any more fan translations because Yenpress licensed it.
So now I will have to wait like a decade for them to catch up.
Probably for the same reason I do: cynicism and low expectations of my countrymen.
Actually, isn't it implied in the LN that the food issue that Nyanta single-handedly resolved in Yamato sent the US servers into near-total anarchy?
It wasn't that bad of an arc, just too long but it had a nice payoff
It was more interesting than the kids arc, but that isn't saying much.
that one random cutie still stuck out to me though
I'm gonna miss it, one of my recent favorites (yes that includes scrub horizon I enjoyed it as much as any other part) and a shame to suddenly lose one of my saturday-morning rituals since I didn't follow much last season. Gonna start looking into current season stuff more since people seem to like it so far.
Also waiting on ToS to come out in English ever because DATABASE
I'm going to miss moe hobo the most. Maybe once we get a S3 he'll be relevant again.
The last little arc is somewhat of a return to form (s1) and a glimpse into the series' future, going beyond what's been published in the source as of right now. Worth it just for that, I'd say, but though it does seem like a sort of rushed push for an action-packed ender, it is still pretty enjoyable and a reminder of what got a lot of people hyped way back when.
I'll wait for Volume 8 and onwards to be translated so I can go back to enjoying Log Horizon without DEEN.
S2 was pretty bad and dot hack is still the best MMO anime.
Imagine all the shit he saw. At least he has his Shield Meido waifu now
>no more DATABASE
>no more THE PAIN AND THE PLEASURE ALL COME TOGETHER
>mfw no good OP from this season so far
Coping with the return of best boy.
What the fuck is wrong with this thread? The pre S2 threads were all good but now its like every shitposter on this board gathered in this thread. Well i guess its all DEEN's fault. The threads turned to shit the very moment it got announced that Deens gonna take over.
>Being a meme spouter
Don't be an uninformed idiot. If you're going to hate on someone, hate the director
It was somewhat tough, but don't worry, I finished LH S2 for sure!
>I don't have individuality so if everyone says it's bad, then I agree with them: The Thread
>Le ebin contrary man who'd disagree that the sky is blue if it meant he'd look like more of an individual
My local sex offender registry would contradict this statement
I liked LH1 and was overall ok with S2, but that whole arc was flat boring.
Overall S2 seemed to fail at making the characters emotionally engaging, they seemed to go out of their way to push all the romantic subplots way into the background, to the extent of completely eliminating Krusty from the show. I don't know if this is from the LNs or not, but it was a mistake either way.