The Phantom Bullet (hah) is finally over.
So they wrap up the arc in an emotional way but then decide to spend the whole of episode 14 just recapping what happened. So delaying the episode recap from me basically becomes moot. So we might as well just talk about the 13th episode.
Let’s not waste anytime, let’s move on to shows I actually want to watch after this.
Expect a number of posts today since I really need to catch up.
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The title from last week amplified. With all this explanation and dread about Death Gun, they better make that fight worth it.
The opening shows so much action yet but we barely get any for the past 2 weeks. I know that development is good but damn, maybe I somewhat enjoyed this when all this series was about was simple fighting.
Either way, no surprises on my end because I was spoiled a while back.
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That fade to black at the end.
How naive of anyone to think ANYONE that is related to Kirito that isn’t Sachi is doing to die by any means of the imagination. I can pretty much predict that it’s Kirito who shot Death Gun or some shit and we’ll see exactly how this turns out next week.
My god does the production company love showing off Sinon’s ass. Did we really need Miyuki Sawashiro voice her?
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In a single episode do we see two new girls join the cult of Kirito worship while two existing members fawn over him.
Other than more retroactive development for Kirito, we get nothing else.
Oh what you thought that the other dude trying to make a move on Sinon counted? Pfffft, this is SAO, as if any female with a working brain would actually want someone else.
Extremely short review incoming, hell you know what? I’ll change the title.
Continue reading Mini Sword Art Online II Episode 7- Kirito the Harem Meister →
So my question from last episode is answered and I will honestly say that I expected this sort of problem that Sinon, or rather, Asada Shino is facing.
So just because of actual backstory and having a motivation that goes beyond just playing a game instantly makes her a more likable character then nearly everyone in the cast already. What wonders backstories and actual motivation do to a character eh? However, that’s not saying much since Sinon will inevitably fall for Kirito instead of the nice, considerate guy who showed up this episode.
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