Log Horizon – 17

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The sneaky princess is plotting something.

spring13-jrowTime to find out who really needs who in this series as Fosh & I talk about Team Midori going to work on some lesser goblins while Shiroe and co. have a calculating chat with the People of the Land on who to send to handle the goblin invasion.



Yes time to see which side can win in this upcoming goblin war!


Extra MMORPG fun

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Midori is a hybrid pirate-shrine maiden class.

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Rest in pieces table-chan.

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Seriously she is one of the cutest characters ever.

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Hell ya!


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Is she prepared?!


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12 Responses to “Log Horizon – 17”

  1. Di Gi Kazune says:

    She is thinking how to get seduce Krusty-chan and bear many cute shotas and lolis.

    • BlackBriar says:

      Well, she certainly isn’t being bold enough about such an agenda unlike Strike the Blood’s Princess La Folia with her casually spoken “I can’t produce an heir with him like this”. And she said it within range of her intended guy.

      • Highway says:

        If she tried something direct on Krusty, he’d probably take her up on the offer. Totally unlike Kojou who’d just go “Huh?” and proceed to completely miss the point *and* the fact that all the girls want to trip him.

  2. skylion says:

    I kinda like the angle they set up. When an NPC comes to you for an epic quest, you, just more or less, get a break down, in text, and it feels like just any other quest. But we get the back story first, with emotional investment. Makes everything seem more immediate.

    • Foshizzel says:

      Ahhh ya that is one way to look at it Skylion or an epic long cutscene? I could totally see this being an massive quest with the reward being a giant clue about getting out of the game?

  3. BlackBriar says:

    A lot of female empowerment was displayed throughout the episode with Midori and Lenessia. If there are still any female viewers watching, I’d bet they’d be happy to see that as opposed to always seeing the guys do the work and claim the glory.

    I’m guessing the Izumo Knights went through something during the Apocalypse that affected them as much as the Adventurers and the People of the Land. As the conference members said, there were no signs of battle.

    The People of the Land sure are a pompous bunch, though. Just because the Adventurers are immortal doesn’t mean they’re going come at their every beck and call and jump through hoops. I’m sure it wouldn’t have been their concern if they were immortal or not because they are not the same. Obviously they don’t realize pride goes before a fall.

    PS: It’s actually 8 remaining episodes. The series has a total of 25 episodes.

    • Foshizzel says:

      True that and from the quiet less outspoken girls as well~

      Yeahhhh! I think my theory might be right that the Izumo Knights are actually players that managed to either avoid the Apocalypse or found a way out of the game.

      I KNOW RIGHT!? I wonder if the NPCs even knew about the memory loss would they even care? I don’t really think so most of them are stuck up and only care about themselves much like the rich people in Attack on Titan.

      Yeah 25 is what I read lol

      • Di Gi Kazune says:

        Which means it will end at the Libra Festival chapter and we won’t get to see who gets murdered until next seasoning.

  4. Di Gi Kazune says:

    One last thing I’ve kept on forgetting to say:


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