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posted by Sovietbakuretsu
First of all, i wanna apologize for my english but i still think that あなた all are going to get the message.
Sword Art Online is shit, Sword Art Online is the best アニメ ever made, Sword Art Online's LN are better than the anime, etc, etc etc. What are those? Exactly, opinions. Opinions, opinions everywhere. What should we do with other people opinions? Listen to them, respect them and then (in a final stage) we decide if we agree または disagree. Why? Because opinions and facts differ, while facts are objective and proved somehow, opinions are guided によって our emotions, feelings and our own vision...
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 .Hack//Roots.
.Hack//Roots.
Okay i wanna get this out of the way right now.
Many people think when they watch a gaming アニメ like Sword Art Online it should be compared to other gaming アニメ like Log Horizen and No Game No Life. But here i am gonna tell あなた about Dot Hack the Gaming アニメ that started it in the アニメ community. Click on the Link that will take あなた to the .Hack// Wikipedia website. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/.hack That proves and shows that Hack// Roots and Hack Trilogy with Haseo and the rest of the Hack series is Episodes,Ova and Spin off series. Just cause the characters change in some seasons...
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posted by SAOLOVER1337
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posted by kiritazu8
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When i first heard about Sword Art Online i thought it would be something i would like. i didn't know that it would lead me to a whole new life! SAO totally changed my attitude, my thoughts, my actions, even how i dress. When i saw the first episode of SAO i became addicted right away! I finished the first season in about a week または less. Now every Saturday i watch the new GGO episode. SAO made me want to watch other anime. My brother pointed a couple of アニメ out to me and 次 thing i new i was watching アニメ all the time and i was buying アニメ shirts, bracelets, lanyards, and some other awesome...
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posted by Vampiregurl22
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I wonder if this light inside my ハート, 心 has been right here all along
And I've never noticed it at all
'Cause every time I stumble down
Or have to take the long way around
It shines on me forever more

The distant 歌う of the bells
If あなた listen close it tells
A lonely story

Once more, I'll push my fears away
All that I endure today will make me stronger

The mere repeating of reality alone
Alines the stars and all the wishes they take on
At last I've found something to chase with all my might
I can not fight または go against these feelings

No matter if one 日 I wake and blink away this world around...
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I was never right for the hero type of role
I admit it
With my ハート, 心 shivering in fear
I can see today's reflected in each past tear
Even so
It has been calling the heavens to me
But I cannot hide
All the emptiness inside
My fleeting ハート, 心

Once in my dreams
I rose and soared
No matter how I'm knocked around
Or beaten down
I will stand up, restored

All of my 愛
Has yet to wake
I know your strength is what I lack
You've got my back
And know that I've got yours

I have あなた to thank
For lighting up the dark

Because you're here with me
Our dreams will soar free
Forever

(I wanna always be with you
I...
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Kanji lyrics

いつからかこの胸で揺れてる光 手放したくはない
遠回りしても 躓いてもここに
ずっと ずっと 光ってる…

遠くに聞こえた鐘の音が少し寂しくて
もう一度強く今度は高く駆け抜けた

ただ繰り返す現実も星の数の願い事も
目指すべき明日を見つけた この想いには勝てない

目の前に開かれた果てない世界 たとえ仮想(ゆめ)でもいい
迷い続けても胸の奥で強くずっとずっと響いてく

幼いリボンを捨てた夜から見た夢は
輝いた街で理想の日々を送ってた...
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Kanji lyrics

認めていた臆病な過去
わからないままに怖がっていた
後ろの自分が現実を今に映す

いくつもの空を描いたここはきっと
儚い心乱して

夢で高く跳んだ躰は
どんな不安纏っても振り払っていく
眠る小さな想い拡がり出して
気付く弱い私君がいれば

暗い世界強くいれた
長い夢見る心はそう永遠で

探していた導く光
触れればすべて思い出して
掛け替えのない大切な今をくれる

目を閉じ世界を知った
それはいつも暖かいのに痛くて

繋ぐ確かな願い重なり合って...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
I’m not really sure how to begin this 記事 – it’s been a long ride and the finale is one that leaves me with some conflicted emotions. It felt both fitting and unfitting as a finale to Sword Art Online. The final few moments before the credits rolled felt like a good way to conclude the series, as did the return of every single character of import from the two arcs and the final showdown between Sugou and Kirito. These were all things worthy of being in what came across as a finale-epilogue combination. Yet at the same time it felt as though a lot of the episode dragged, that it could’ve...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
I’ve taken two main things away from this episode. The first is that Sugou is hilarious. I have no idea if this was intentional, but the guy is Class-A comedy villain material! によって this point, he’s little もっと見る than a caricature of a man, with no substance beyond being a horrible creep who has his eyes set on Asuna and vast wealth. Koyasu Takehito has a great voice at his disposal and it almost felt as though some Dio came out in today’s episode. I laughed a lot this week. I’m not even joking.

Zephyr once told me that it was worth watching Zetsuen no Tempest for the reaction faces alone....
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
Alright, I’m going to say something extremely controversial this week. See, I genuinely enjoyed the 秒 half of this episode. Quite a bit in fact. Sword Art Online can actually be very good when the focus isn’t entirely on how ridiculously powerful and badass Kirito is supposed to be which, in truth, has been the major focus for most of the ALO arc. What Kawahara Reki seems to frequently forget is that MMORPGs aren’t about the individual, but what the many can accomplish when they combine their strength. The same can also extend to all other mediums – Stilts and Stereoman even wrote...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
And here it is, the moment we’ve all known was coming ever since Leefa and Kirito’s very first meeting. I’m not really a big ファン of 愛 drama in anime, at least not this kind. It always tends to go exactly the same way – someone gets their ハート, 心 broken, there’s lots of screaming and shouting and then everybody goes their own way with a noticeably uncomfortable air. Knowing that it’s coming for several episodes makes it worse because it doesn’t even come as a surprise, and when it’s placed right in the middle of the climatic part of the story, that climax suffers too.

If suffering...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
This week’s sudden break in immersion, brought to us によって an automated system maintenance warning, brought to mind something I hadn’t really thought about until now. Just how much of ALO’s playerbase participates in roleplay? It’s always been a big part of MMOs and I can only imagine it would become even もっと見る widespread with the introduction of VR as immersive as that displayed によって SAO and ALO. To the player, the world must seem real – just how many of these people actually live out fictional lives within the game, going beyond merely playing to hit things with a stick? Kirito and Leafa...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
I’ve been wondering this for a while, and I know others have too. Isn’t it rather strange that Leafa has never once questioned Kirito’s absurdities? I’m sure most players would notice that something was up pretty quickly 与えられた how prone gamers are to calling out exploiters. If anything, watching him fight General Eugene (Miyake Kenta) should have triggered some concerns that he was hacking. After all, he moves much faster than he should be able to as we’ve witnessed on multiple occasions (half the time it looks like he’s speedhacking); he can fly faster than Leafa despite the fact...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
I think the aspect of this arc I most enjoy is watching Leafa take every opportunity she can to poke fun at and belittle Kirito. It’s a refreshing change to the blind adoration shown によって most of the other characters he comes across and the exaggerated jealousy and hatred felt towards him によって antagonists. He can tend towards arrogance quite frequently, so it’s always nice to see someone bring him down a few pegs, whether over his poorly considered choice of race または his tendency to launch himself at obstacles expecting to be able to break through them with his strength alone.

Spriggans specialise...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
It’s always interesting to have some light shed upon the motives of characters who aren’t one-dimensional antagonists. We heard もっと見る than enough about Sugou’s dastardly plans last week, so it was about time we finally had something to counterbalance that – the purity behind Sugu’s motives for joining ALO and becoming enraptured によって it. Her original desire to play a VRMMO stemmed from wanting to see what kind of life Kirito was trapped in. Honestly speaking, ALO is so different to SAO in so many ways; it’s hard to believe she would have managed to get any sort of picture of what life...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
For the longest time, Sword Art Online has been lacking something that’s almost crucial in the 上, ページのトップへ tier of anime. There’s a certain element of enjoyment that can only really be brought to an アニメ によって sheer, unfettered fabulousness. This is a flair Kirito, as our main character, is distinctly lacking – his almost bleak, and relatively stoic nature goes hand in hand with his dark and dour clothing choices. For the first time since its premiere, we have something that comes vaguely close to the spirit – a character who just barely manages to bring some fabulous to the table. Oh, によって the...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
With episode sixteen of Sword Art Online we finally return to some of the aspects that the series excels at. Our new game for the rest of the season is ALFheim Online, an MMORPG built using the same systems as Sword Art Online but with magic replacing sword skills, environments that are somehow even もっと見る beautiful than its predecessor, the ability to fly, and a complete overhaul of the level and skill system. On 上, ページのトップへ of this, we actually get to see character creation for the first time, minimal though it may be!

Personally, something about the idea of ランダム character appearance generation repulses...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
Episode 15 of Sword Art Online feels almost like an entirely different anime. Right from the OP 表示中 Kirito and co. frolicking around in Aion the new game which wasn’t introduced in this episode, down to the new characters and real world setting, only Kirito and Asuna (along with Kawahara Reki’s distinctive 書く style) remain as reminders of the 前 arc. We’re out of SAO, Kirito is undergoing rehabilitation, Asuna remains in a coma for some mysterious reason, and right off the bat we have another new 愛 interest and antagonist. Yes. Already. Perhaps some would complain that...
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posted by OkazakiDaisuke
Here ends the first major arc of Sword Art Online. I have to say, in fairness to A-1, they handled this episode pretty well. Most of its faults can almost entirely be attributed to the 情報源 material. It was certainly a flashy episode, with the final duel between Heathcliff and Kirito topping the rest of the series in terms of アニメーション and style, and it had moments that some might consider touching または emotional. We even had the reveal of one of the few true twists in SAO – Heathcliff’s true identity. As most realised at the time, there was something fishy during his duel with Kirito,...
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