Log Horizon 2 10 – 11

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Raid leading requires a lot of attention.

I guess they don’t know how to cheese the raid like how people have been cheesing Crota’s End in Destiny. Fosh and I talk about William’s character development and how executes the plans of their second attempt at the raid.


 Hello and welcome back to another thrilling batch of Log Horizon episodes! Yeah we were a bit late but I hope you enjoy listening to our miniTALK~



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That cake is taunting me!

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William is hacking again~

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Tetora is quite special <3


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Shiroe solos his first raid boss?!


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22 Responses to “Log Horizon 2 10 – 11”

  1. Rathje says:

    I love what this series is doing. Akatsuki’s defining moment was excellent. Made me irritated that we were going back to Shiroe and company.

    Then William Massachusetts has his big defining moment and stepped up to the plate in a really genuine and impressive way – making me instantly care about a side character I hadn’t been all that interested in up to that point.

    And then this episode, who do they choose to focus on and give the hero spotlight to?


    Really? Demikas?

    And he was pretty awesome, in one episode he stopped being a cartoon character and became a character I respect.

    I LOVE what this series does with its side-cast. It’s continuing the trend of last season where it allowed side characters like Crusty and Minori’s mini-dungeon group of newbies to shove MC Shiroe out of the way and hog the spotlight all to themselves.

    It’s almost like the show is determined to be the anti-SAO. Screw you Kirito, and your OP MC buff. This is a show that is really generous with the spotlight, and yet it never lets those side characters detract from the central narrative and how they help Shiroe understand new things about comradeship and the nature of what he has to do.

    Well played to this episode.

    • skylion says:

      And he was pretty awesome, in one episode he stopped being a cartoon character and became a character I respect.

      This was a great deliberate moment in the writing. It’s like Leeroy Fucking Jenkins got real….Great moment, and great slow build.

  2. Di Gi Kazune says:

    Yes… everyone loves Tetora. >:D MWHAHAHAHAHAAHH!

    Show ▼

    All according to Keikaku…

    Meanwhile, they screwed up Shiroe’s displays in the previous week since you see that it all now reads correct according to Shiroe’s PoV, ie reversed in ours.

    And yes, DEMIDEMI! 😀

    The novels are actually better since a lot of the text doesn’t carry over to animation well. Like the awkward pause between Demikas and Shiroe exists only because: Shiroe was thinking whether to call him Demikas or Dental Care Plan. 😛

    • Foshizzel says:

      Yes yes I now know all about Tetora! Not because of you, but I also upload every audio thing to Youtube and I saw a comment that revealed her secret which is still funny even with being spoiled LOL

      Demikas = dental care plan? LOL WHAT? Cool maybe ill read the novels for Log Horizon instead of SAO…

  3. akagami says:

    oh gawd I remember those raid screens. When I still played mmos I remember doing 40 people raids as a healer. My screen had health bars all over the place lol

    • BlackBriar says:

      Was it difficult to tell the players apart?

      • akagami says:

        You can use mods to help differentiate the players. Alternatively, you could form your groups based on role. For a healer, generally you only paid attention to the tanks. Then healers (for secondary damage, if they gained aggro it was over), and everyone else. So the number of people you had to watch religiously was a contained number.

        Tanks got most of the heals, and if you had some spare capacity, maybe toss a charity heal to the mage or rogue. Or not. They generally had to fend for themselves with potions and other methods. Or they befriended a quasi healer/dps.

        • Highway says:

          It’s a lot different in WoW now. There’s a lot less tank focused healing, and a lot more healing up the whole raid.

          And no, BB, it’s not particularly hard to tell the players apart. You get used to it, and tend to set up the raid the same way, so you know whose health bar is where. You also get used to figuring out who is screwing up what, just by seeing their health bar.

          • Foshizzel says:

            Knowing the class colors also helps too~

          • akagami says:

            Mm, well I stopped playing around after we cleared Molten Core, then later on came back to WoW with Burning Crusade and got to Lt. General position in PvP (2nd rank on the server, under General), then quit altogether. Got my fill of raiding, and later PvP. Kinda like I hit some unnamed milestones and decided that was enough.

            I’m sure the WoW now is very different than the one I played at launch. UI configurations were vastly improved when I came back during BC.

          • akagami says:

            I heard that everyone now has insane amounts of hp. Back then a raid trash mob could pretty much either 1 shot or 2 shot a dps, and a raid boss mob could take out a tank in 5-10 seconds without any heals. Then they would leisurely walk around 1-shotting everyone else. Fun to watch until it was your turn, haha.

    • Foshizzel says:

      You must have experienced Everquest or WoW? I remember 40man raids back in Molten Core ahahah good times! Back when raiding was so damn intense and I was a healer at the time too! Talk about stressful….

      • akagami says:

        Full heals!!!

        I was mainly a mage in EQ, so I was a gimped wizard during raids because pets were a liability due to pathing. So I almost never died unless everyone else went down (I was way down the aggro list). Although sometimes I could use my pet to stall and make a break for it when all hell broke loose.

        In WoW raids I was a mage mainly, and my healer was usually the secondary tank healer or generally support heals. Fun times. Finally beating Ragnaros was one of our crowning achievements (although we barely lost the race to the other top guild on the server =/ ). I still like Onyxia the most though, because it’s short and fun.

        • Foshizzel says:

          Nice! Quite the history with caster classes~

          The only server first I ever experienced was in AQ40 killing Cthun and I think we got the server first kill on Kil’jaeden in Sunwell.

          • akagami says:

            For whatever reason, I’ve always favored the magic classes. I do dabble in melee classes, but something about magic classes whispers to me. It’s the reason why I dropped FFXIV (the first mmo I picked up after not playing anything after WoW)… the black mage magic system really made me sad.

  4. BlackBriar says:

    One hell of a speech William gave to the demoralized guild members. Questionable yet inspiring at the same time. I’m sure a lot of people can relate to what he says.

    Things just can’t go as planned, can they? Let’s see if the guild can pull a win with their retry.

    • Foshizzel says:

      William is a interesting character and that speech was alright xD


      • BlackBriar says:

        It’s because everyone else there is like him that his speech was able to reach them. Had it been anyone outside the classification, it would fall on deaf ears.

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