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The Shibuya raiding party begins another assault on the Calling Fortress and manage to break through to the roof where they encounter the raid boss: Taliktan, the Genius of Summoning. After failing to establish communication with the monster, it summons swarms of moths which engulf Shibuya and the other player cities. This puts a severe strain on the antenna and Shiroe has the party take the battle into the concert hall below. Despite inflicting a great amount of damage to Taliktan, they are still pummeled by its powerful field attacks. However Shiroe's Full-Control Encounter raises the stakes and gives the party a significant advantage in pushing Taliktan to the edge and ultimately their victory. In the aftermath, Regan sets up the radio equipment and much everyone's surprise, Shiroe makes contact with Kanami in the Chinese server. She then tasks him with seeking a way to allow transit between the real and Elder Tale worlds and relieves the Shibuya party about Krusty's whereabouts. Meanwhile, Nureha and Plant Hwyaden decide to establish relations with Eastal and the Round Table to combat the common Genius threat. Finally, Log Horizon makes plans to celebrate their victory and with the dawn over the horizon, Shiroe and Akatsuki praise each other. In the epilogue, Log Horizon holds a victory party and Regan skips out on his task with repairing the radio equipment to join the festivities.
The episode was rated 8.13 from 101 votes.
When Shiroe goes to see Eins to discuss the future of Akiba, he finds the head of the Saiguu Family was also waiting for him. They ask Shiroe to help them with the Akiba Government. The answer Shiroe reaches is…
The episode was rated 8.08 from 12 votes.
Zantleaf is attacked by monsters from both the land and the sea, as the adventurers continue to defend it. Inland, Crusty's army launches a raid on the goblin's main force. At the town of Choushi by the sea, the new players are fighting too.
The episode was rated 8.05 from 98 votes.
Princess Laynessia Cowen vows to go to the city of Akihabara herself and beg the adventurers for help against the goblins. The members of the Crescent Moon Alliance can't conceal their excitement at meeting a real princess.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 100 votes.
To make the city of Akihabara safe, Shiroe calls all the major guild masters to the guild building. His goal is to create a Round Table Conference, which will rule the city. But everyone there wants something different, and his plan is about to go bad. What amazing trick does Shiroe have? Meanwhile, behind the scenes of the conference, the plan to free the younger players from the evil guild Hamelin continues. The strategist SHiroe's quiet battle in Akihabara continues!
The episode was rated 7.95 from 111 votes.
Rundelhaus hid from his friends that he was one of the land people, but the price of fighting off the dire wolves was that he took a fatal wound. If they can't save him, he'll die and he won't revive.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 100 votes.
A full raid of 24 party members has been formed to defeat Nerelith! The maidens gather to defend Akihabara! Meanwhile, Lenessia and Henrietta head beneath the Guild Building for a certain mission...
The episode was rated 7.93 from 103 votes.
With honesty and renewed sense of comradery the team has a small chance of winning an unbeatable raid.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 96 votes.
Shiroe confronts the 10 guild masters who represent Akihabara with the need to revitalize the town and bring peace and order. His calm and forceful manner brings them over, and the government of Akihabara, the "Round Table", is founded. After this work is done, his guild, "Log Horizon", joyously moves to their new location. That night, Nyanta fixes them his special curry.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 103 votes.
Marielle and Henrietta put on a fashion show as the town reels from the Minami decoy operation. Akatsuki walks down the runway in her colorful clothes, but Shiroe is nowhere to be seen. That night, Shiroe is met by a beautiful and enchanting "queen of darkness." Shiroe is tempted he reaches the heart of the conspiracy...
The episode was rated 7.90 from 99 votes.
Shiroe, Naotsugu, and Akatsuki reach the northern city of Susukino, and safely meet Serara. With the help of the mysterious swashbuckler Nyanta, they plot to leave Susukino. But the evil guild Brigantia wants to stop them. The high-level monk Demikas attacks them. Can they overcome the odds?
The episode was rated 7.89 from 119 votes.
Shiroe and Akatsuki are invited to the room of the mysterious mage Reagan. Shiroe is shocked at the revelations he offers about the world of Elder Tale.
The episode was rated 7.89 from 106 votes.
Nyanta told Shiroe the secret of making real food in this world. With Marielle's help, the Crescent Moon Alliance begins a fast food stand, and their "Crescent Burger" is hugely popular with players who are sick of tasteless food. BUt Shiroe's real goal isn't to sell hamburgers, and with Henrietta he begins to work on the next phase of his plan.
The episode was rated 7.87 from 111 votes.
The lords of the Free Cities of Eastal begin an emergency conference to discuss the goblin invasion. The protectors of the land people, the Izumo Knights, are missing, and they'll have to depend on the adventurers.
The episode was rated 7.87 from 103 votes.
After the success of their Crescent Burger, Marielle and Henrietta meet with the members of the major crafting guilds of Elder Tale: Karashin of Shopping Street 8, Michikata of the Marine Agency ,and Roderic of the Roderic Merchant Association. They use Shiroe's plan to dangle the secret recipe of the Crescent Burger in front of them, and the talented account Henrietta opens negotiations. What she wants is...
The episode was rated 7.87 from 113 votes.
Last updated: jan 04, 2023
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