Log Horizon 2 08-09

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The life of a raid leader is quite tough.

End game content is always interesting in any MMO style game because it gives you a challenge to achieve for every time, but how does raiding work in Log Horizon? Find out today!


Lots of raiding going on in these two episodes. I got one coming up with Crota’s End, but we’re here to talk about the Akihabara Raid and in the Depths of Palm with Shiroe and co.



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I just love her new ninja outfit <3

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Glasses add +1000 to moe power.

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Why so cute Akatsuki?

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Much graphics so DEEN~


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18 Responses to “Log Horizon 2 08-09”

  1. Krono says:

    Was there any point in turning off the barrier? From what I could tell they did not even need to bother. With Akatsuki’s teaching and the new sword, she was on her way to defeating the boss or destroying his sword without any additional help.

    For that final raid boss it looked like the other raid bosses could have come in because they took too long to kill him. With one more go just focusing on the main boss they may be able to take him down without the other bosses showing up.

    • Foshizzel says:

      When the barrier is up it gave that NPC the ability to teliport anywhere he wanted in the city so they had to turn that part off otherwise he would just run away from them, but with it down he can’t simply run away! I don’t know if Akatsuki’s teaching is faster than a teleporter.

      Yeah that is possible or like I said on the miniTALK I think the world of elder tale is probably falling apart since there hasn’t been any updates in a while for the game like a patch.

      • Di Gi Kazune says:

        It is not just a simple barrier they turned off. They turned off the magic field that powers the armour, the antiPK system and antirandom encounters. That’s why Kunie asked Raynessia if she REALLY wanted to turnoff all the protection.

        • Foshizzel says:

          Yeah that too and now monsters can invade lol

          • BlackBriar says:

            In other words, they are beginning to live in a world without rules.

        • Krono says:

          I know all of that it just seemed like his sword was already a couple hits from destruction. They could have used any other number of CCs to slow him so his sword could easily be destroyed and he was absolutely not backing down. It just seemed unnecessary to turn off the barrier.

          • Highway says:

            Well, like Fosh said, if they hadn’t turned off the barrier, he would have just teleported out of whatever CC they had before they broke the sword. In addition, we don’t know how close they were to actually defeating him.

            My only issue with it was the “NOW!” acting like they needed to have some perfect timing with taking the barrier down. That was unnecessarily dramatic.

          • Di Gi Kazune says:

            Put it this way: Teleporting is not the only thing he can do. That suit of armour he stole from the Elder Tale’s Guardians. The same overpowered Guardians that players cannot defeat. The novel has a lot more intricate detail regarding this enemy. He’s not just a simple or complex raid boss. He’s the equivalent of someone hijacking dev mode and using it to raid the auction house.

      • Di Gi Kazune says:

        Fosh, Re: Updates.

        My theory is that the latest Elder Tale update was intentional in dragging people into the game and taking the form of their avatar. For all we know, could be like Zegapain.

        I am interested to know reasoning behind the Armageddon in Elder Tale. Whether it is revealed later on or not waits to be seen. It looks like it is an experiment to make a self-evolving MMORPG.

  2. BlackBriar says:

    Akatsuki leaned Multi Shadow Clone Jutsu Shadow Lurk! That technique will definitely be handy later on and she adapted to it quickly.

    Seriously, that raid was wrong. Unfair and wrong. Bad enough one boss is giving two dozen adventurers a hassle to beat and you’re telling me two others are allowed to abandon their respective zones and raise hell… There should be some kind of handicap because this is clearly a penalty that’s being swept under the rug.

    • HannoX says:

      I chalk it up to another example of how the rules of Elder Tales are breaking down. It’s no longer a game–it’s real now and they can’t expect to world to operate by the game rules. Which will make things much less predictable for them.

      • HannoX says:

        And when the adventurers realize this they should also realize raid parties are no longer limited in size. They, too, can go beyond the rules of the game and make their own rules. Which they have already started to do with the Round Table and its ordinances (for lack of a better word coming to mind) for Akihabara.

        • BlackBriar says:

          So, we can imagine raid parties with double the amount of players and so forth.

  3. Highway says:

    I just realized in that image you used at the top of the post, all the panels are oriented for us to read them. So can Shiroe read backwards?

    • skylion says:

      Why not a dual image….

      • Highway says:

        The translucency of the panels would seem to indicate it’s not. If they were something only he could see, then it would be oriented correctly. But since it’s something we can see, it’s unlikely that it’s anything but a goofup.

  4. Di Gi Kazune says:

    I think I have discovered a trap after rereading volume 7… I think there is a trap amongst them.

    • BlackBriar says:

      Hopefully not. I just don’t want Log Horizon, of all series, to have a trap.

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