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Hai to gensou no grimgar staffel 2

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Eine Fortsetzung gibt es zurzeit nur in der Light Novel (Roman). Wenn du wissen willst, wie es weitergeht, musst du die Light Novel ab Band 2. flash24.se › serie-fecha-de-lanzamiento › als-wil. 'Hai to Gensou no Grimgar' (Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash) Season 2. Inhalt. Anime​-tv-serie zusammenfassung "hai keine grimgar zu gensou"; Die chancen für. Grimgar, Ashes and Illusions (Anime)Hai to Gensou no Grimgar / 灰と幻想のグリムガル einzigartige Stärke zeigt Grimgar dann ab dem zweiten Drittel der Staffel. schwer haben sich durch zu schlagen, und nicht nach spätestens 2 Episoden. Der Publisher KAZÉ Anime gab kürzlich neue Details zum kommenden deutschen Disc-Release von»Grimgar, Ashes & Illusions«bekannt.

hai to gensou no grimgar staffel 2

Winter Season: Hai to Gensou no Grimgar & Phantasy Star Online 2 Und ich würde mir wirklich eine zweite Staffel von Grimgar wünschen. Grimgar, Ashes and Illusions (Anime)Hai to Gensou no Grimgar / 灰と幻想のグリムガル einzigartige Stärke zeigt Grimgar dann ab dem zweiten Drittel der Staffel. schwer haben sich durch zu schlagen, und nicht nach spätestens 2 Episoden. Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Magic, Romance, Slice of Life. Season Start: Winter Hai to Gensou no Grimgar Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash.

Previous Next. Hai to Gensou no Grimgar Why are we here? Why are we doing this? Before Haruhiro had realized what happened, he was surrounded by darkness.

Why was he here? Where was here? Even now, he still didn't know. Those around him were the same as him, no one remembered anything other than their own names.

And when they emerged from the darkness, the world that awaited them seemed like something out of a video game. In order to survive, Haruhiro forms a party with the others, learns fighting skills, and as a soldier in the reserve force, takes his first steps into the world of Grimgar.

What awaits him there, he doesn't know This the story of an adventure born from the ashes. Winter Anime.

Genres: Action , Adventure , Drama , Fantasy. Released: Status: Completed. Tags 9anime chiaanime animefreak animeshow.

Stream in HD. Download in HD. Inuyasha TV Series. Her house is a thousand-year-old Japanese temple, and her grandfather talks about the history of the house endlessly.

Legend has it that the old well on the temple grounds keeps a vicious ancient monster at bay; Kagome never believed those legends, until now.

The well opens up and sucked Kagome inside transporting her to an ancient time of enchanted forests and giant demons.

Death Note TV Series. One day he finds the Death Note, a notebook held by a shinigami Death God.

With the Death Note in hand, Light decides to create a perfect world. A world without crime or criminals. However when criminals start dropping dead one by one, the authorities send the legendary detective L to track down the killer.

Detective Conan TV Series. Detective Conan is famous anime about Shinichi - a seventeen year-old high school detective, one day.

One day, he wakes up and finds that he has become a 7 years old child. In order to find the reason for this transformation and the one who is responsible for it, Shinichi hides his identity and lives with Ran - his childhood sweetheart, whose father happens to be a hopeless detective, and with that begins an adventurous series of murders and mysteries that he must solve in search for the ones who put him in his awkward situation.

In the multiplayer online game Glory, Ye Xiu is regarded as a textbook and a top-tier pro-player. However, due to a myriad of reasons, he is kicked from the team.

After leaving the pro scene, he finds work in an Internet Cafe as a manager. When Glory launches its tenth server, he throws himself in to the game once more.

Possessing ten years of experience, the memories of his past, and an incomplete, self-made weapon, his return along the road to the summit begins!

Genres: Action , Adventure , Comedy , Game. To meet the conditions of clearing the game and leaving this twisted virtual world, he must get through all floors.

Will Kirito have what it takes to clear the game, or will he die trying? Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso Fall Anime. His daily life is monochrome, but it begins to gain colour when he meets a female violinist by chance.

LN Spoiler Read at your own risk!! This was actually my favourite thing about this episode. It really makes the series more than just fantasy characters killing mindless evil monsters.

In the first episode we saw the goblins sitting and sharing drinks with each other. Makes them seem very "human". Now in this epsiode a single goblin was just gathering water from a river when he was attacked by a group of people trying to kill him.

Watching the panic and fear of the goblin as he desperately tried to escape, it really makes me feel like the main characters are "murders".

Do they have any other choice? Probably not, but you can see it in the way they act, how this feeling of murder is creeping on their psyche.

Even if they are told that this is the right thing to do, hunting down and mercilessly stabbing these human like creatures makes them break into a cold sweat.

I love it. Also, the artwork in this is simply amazing. I feel that any humanoid monster is a hard one for beginner, since they mimic human and killing them can leave a big trauma that guy even seems semi-intelligent with water pouches and weapon.

They should have killed a 4-legged monster rabbit or something to start with. Also that goblin seemed not only stronger but a lot more experienced than they are.

He probably has been fighting to survive for a good couple of years, compared to their Makes you wonder if the goblins and other monsters are native or if they were also kidnapped from some world.

Hell, what if they are transformed humans? Damn, this episode was fantastic, probably my favorite of the season so far.

I loved the wood plane scene. I'm so glad I picked this one. Kinda spoiler. This episode had some of the most intense pacing changes I've seen in an episode which on paper I would have said could never work, but I actually really liked it here.

I think it helped that I REALLY bought into the intensity of killing the goblin which means I spent half of the "daily life" montage just catching my breath.

Without that I could see it feeling very slow for people. That was one of my favorite ways to have a romantic subplot introduced.

The very definition of show, don't tell. I was curious if the show would introduce any decent plot hooks since I don't consider 'trapped in an mmo' a plot hook anymore, but if they can keep deepening the character dynamics I don't even care.

I'm starting to have faith in you Grimgar, please don't make me sad. That insert song was amazing. Sounded a little bit like Inori from Guilty Crown.

Yea, the whole cat thing got to me too. Maybe the ones that called it a cat all had cat pets and the whole "cant remember my past but I still know how to make air planes thing" is just a sub-conscience thing when they saw the stray 4-legged cat-like animal.

There isn't a lot of info about him, but he worked with Stereo Dive Foundation. That's the really interesting thing.

It actually isn't R. So this is one of the rare times where the music is being done by various people within an anime.

The rap battle tracks were done by R. N, who did some great work with the Fafnir OST. Here's their website.

Really puts things into perspective. They're having problems with goblins and in irl rpg's we're like;. That was stunning, straight up to 2nd behind Boku dake ga Inai Machi.

Most visually appealing episode i've seen in a long time. I was actually shocked at the Ranta vs. Goblin fight, that was so suspenseful and the emotions were done so well.

I'm already seeing people complain about how big of a deal the fight against a GOBLIN was and that they should man up.

Also people are bored. You don't know shit about realism, it's pretty apparent. This anime showcases great realism about the characters, how they behave when being thrown into a completely different world, learning to fight and having to deal with the killing.

It's also good to see how slow paced this is, yet i am very mesmerized by the music, background shots and realistic characters.

I complained last episode that they were a bunch of fucking scrubs and they should just git gud, but holy fuck. Goblin is obviously tougher than a human.

More resistant to pain, stronger and probably heavier. Got stabbed in the back, no effect. Cut on the wrist but it still held on to its weapon.

He even tanked that magic missile that caused a small explosion in the lake. Those goblins are from fucking Dark Souls and everyone on the protagonist team is Level 1 with starting gear.

And they're playing on keyboard, not even with a mouse. If it was they would all be using shield plus spear.

I mean you can block and attack at the same time. Believe it or not, getting stabbed where the goblin was stabbed wouldn't make a human go down like it does in the movies either.

Your fight or flight response would kick in, and if fight was the only option your adrenaline would get pumped through the roof and you'd go down kicking and screaming.

Having said that, being able to convincingly play dead with a stab wound to the neck is completely bullshit, and I'm kinda annoyed that they pulled that just to squeeze a little more tension out of the scene.

No animal with vocal chords that gets stabbed in the neck would be able to play dead and remain quiet while doing so. Honestly my guess is that he got knocked out from the blow to the head and regained consciousness rather than just playing dead.

It's still probably total bullshit, but I personally think it's a little more believable. Agreed, you get it.

It's all about the realism and the struggles they collectively go through. I love how instead of thrashing everything in their path, and instantly having immaculate teamwork it's showing a more real side to how people would adapt to this new world.

No Mary Sues, no Gary Stus, just real people trying to get by, and having the emotional struggles of "kill or be killed" lingering over them.

Don't know if I'm wrong, but for some people there are enough death flags to kill an entire army. Mark my words, Manato won't make it to episode 9.

I really hope really hope Ranta doesn't end up with Yume. I hate his archetype way too much and Yume is already best girl of I'm scared though If I know my MMOs, then the Warrior will die first tanking an enemy, then everyone blames the Priest for not healing properly.

So Yume should be fine for now at least. Ranged DPS usually last the longest. But then the ranged dps usually dies because they decide to stand 20 miles away from healer and out of range all AoE healing spells.

But the mage will obviously go first because mages don't move to dodge attacks when casting spells, cause "muh deeps" and thats the exact way she will go out.

I feel like she picked a really hard class to master, for her mentality. I mean, she is pretty weak willed, this is a no-no for Mage classes.

I think we can all agree that Kuudere's make the best Mages, calm, collective, always reading the situation, that's what it takes to be a good Mage.

See a certain awesome dark-fantasy manga series for this. Still, I'm rooting for her to get better, because I do want to see some cool spells being cast, and her wrecking havoc on the enemies.

Also, she is adorable. I assume it will be even better seeing her breakdown and get reforged into something stronger, meaner and cooler.

Nope, fucking rogue draws aggro because he can't control his DPS output. Next to go is the glass canon mage who's oblivious to the fact that the tank isn't doing his thing anymore.

And once the enemy is in the ranged camp he makes short work of everyone else before turning back to the tank. Last one standing is the fucking Paladin in his bubble grinning stupidly, oblivious to understanding what the words "repair cost" mean.

The only major death flag so far is for Manato, because he showed affection towards Shihoru. That gets in the way of self-insert Haruhiro's inevitable love triangle.

So Manato will absolutely die. I would be shocked, and pleased, if Manato actually ends up in a real relationship with Shihoru and doesn't die.

I've got my money on Manato also, but mostly just because I feel like he's a source of stability, and this show wants to prey upon our feels and make everything chaotic and depressing.

Additionally, everyone knows that in a bad MMO group with a competent healer, the healer pulls aggro and dies first. Yeah, kinda sucks I actually like him a lot.

I also empathize as the healer looking around like "What the fuck are these guys doing oh my god I have so much work to do".

I think if I were to pick a character who wasn't Manato to die it'd be the warrior. Think watching the big softie die would cause sufficient depression.

Just want that good ol' reliable healbot to stay alive. I loved how it showed her just looking after the Nagato expy and the one dude, and she just smiles to herself and her shoulders drop.

It's definitely gotta be the leader in the group. Thats be best way to throw disarray in the group.

Idk why but that bit of relaxing music after such a hard moment is giving me a Clannad feel, you know like the calm before the storm kind of thing.

What does it say about the show, that I felt worse for some random goblin, than for Ranta, one of the main characters?

Well, it says that they managed to make me feel for the goblin, by showing him just minding his own business , fighting his hardest, and then trying to just run away with his life!

That was an incredibly powerful and very well-done scene. It also says that Ranta is a fucking stupid little shithead, who ruins their surprise attack, then blames Knight for stealing his kill, and then proceeds to be the same perverted little shithead by the end of the episode.

Seriously, Ranta, eat shit. My favorite little thing about the show so far is the dynamic between Hunter and Mage.

It's very clear just how much Hunter cares about Mage and it's incredibly endearing. I am not as annoyed by Ranta like I was in the first episode.

Just because the moment where he clearly kinda lost his mind just showed me he is a young person that can't handle this situation right now Even with his peeping action he just wanted to gain some attention hey here I am look at me The problem is Remember how he fucked up the initiation in the fight vs the solo goblin Imagine that vs some stronger enemys.

That's what I said - he'll probably cause either himself to get seriously injured, killed or someone will die because of him.

I don't think you understand what was really going on there. Yes, Ranta messed up by ruining the surprise attack. He was very obviously panicking and scared remember the "What are you attacking" comment the MC makes?

It's stated pretty clearly though that they didn't discuss a signal or a plan of attack, so they're all at fault. The party leader didn't actually lead, the one person caring about planning MC didn't attempt to make that happen.

They all made mistakes. Ranta then "blames" the Knight more as a comment that isn't meant to be serious. After all of them very nearly dying, he discovers that the entire point of them trying to kill the goblin ended up failing, since he wasn't the one to kill it.

He was also trying to lie to himself in order to feel better about how terribly the fight went, taking comfort in the fact that it would allow him to get stronger.

He didn't want to be the one to kill it, but knew that he had to, and therefore was relieved. Then he finally kills the goblin, and all of them are suddenly struck with the reality of what they've done.

He is the one person who understood the most about how serious it was, and then he knew far more than he ever wanted to.

So he finally is going to get his Vice, and the team is getting money, but that doesn't actually help now that he's actually done the killing.

His perverted stunt was the one thing he did to kind of get himself back to where he was. In this action, it's made clear that that's why he acts that way.

He does that when he's scared or uncertain, and doesn't want to accept how hard the day's events were on him, much less have others worried about how he's doing.

So there's a lot more going on then "Oh he's being such a shithead". You got the part about the goblin being innocent in this scenario correct, but do you think you'd handle that situation well if you had been in Ranta's place?

Look at his face when Ranta gets mad that he might have killed the goblin, he looks blank like he's shocked he could do that in the first place.

Knight seems really human and innocent. From grim to beautiful in one episode. That fight was pretty nasty for even a lowest level fight, especially when you've got a Leeroy on your team.

Trying to decide if this going to go with them siding with the monsters or that they'll level up, but slowly lose their humanity.

Either way I'm sure it's going to be heartbreaking. I might even suspect some are reflecting their bully from their youth that they still haven't gotten over yet in Ranta.

I fucking love it when there's a cocky overly confident characters like Ranta. I fucking loved kanye west in ABP, and the exploiting mc in Charlotte.

Fucking cried when he became weak sauce after the first episode. Give me cocky overly confident characters any time. Its a nice change from the socialy inept weak sauce mc that appeals to the stereotype socialy inept weak sauce otakus.

It's not that he's cocky, it's that he's cocky, perverted for the sake of light novel tropes, and probably the most incompetent one in the group despite his self-importance.

Typically characters like that have to have some kind of redeeming quality to make them work IMO, and so far I'm not seeing that in Ranta.

It's still just the second episode though, so we'll have to see. He's putting up his "Hououin Kyouma" fascade as far as I can see.

Whether it's his character decision to take up the jester role within this group will be shown down the track. Yes he's a douche. Yes he's chuuni and irresponsible for picking up the dark knight class.

And yet the protagonists have to put up with him because as bad as he is, it'll be worse if the group goes through another split.

You know what? Fuck those guys. Poor Goblin was just minding his own business, getting some water for himself when suddenly a bunch of monsters surround him and he has to fight for his survival.

He probably lives there and can't even get some fucking water from the river without beeing armed because the shitty humans attack them for their meager belongings.

I'd like it if the perspective changed now and we got a goblin uprising against their suppressors. Best example of it I can think of.

Wow this episode was so intense. Although the ideas and concepts are not that new, but the way they executed was so beautiful to watch.

Heck, I don't even mind if they keep present us with this kind of world and story telling. I kinda felt that the whole peeking thing for Ranta was coping with the stress after his first real kill.

And not only kill - he had to hack off gob's ear to get that Vice. Imagine: not just killing, but also dismembering your opponent.

I feel he suffered through it more than the rest of the party. On the other hand, it might just be ages old trope again and again.

However, I think if they were to do it just for fanservice, they would have shown us the girls in the bath.

Understood Someone finally stabbed it That will leave a mark Damn, he never gives up Beautiful scene, only music It is beautiful Always at least one guy And he flew.

Really beautiful episode, loved the music, characters, and just the episode as a whole was great. I really love how this show manages to have a very calm and comfy atmosphere while still being very real and gruesome.

So far this is my AOTS. That was That isn't a bad thing, it feels a lot more grim which fits with the whole "kill or be killed" theme.

Don't really like Ranta though. That kind of consistent perverted nature gets old really fast in my opinion. I also have an inkling that he's going to make everyone's lives more difficult down the line somehow.

I love how they manage to represent so realistically and beautifuly an RPG world; how hard is to hunt even a lvl 1 mob; how hard and sad is kill something with your own hands Poor Goblin-kun he was just filling his canteen I will never hunt any mob again in a game T-T.

I loved that couple of minutes in the middle so much. You don't see a anime often that just takes some time to let you enjoy the scenery and builds up the world without overexploiting everything to death.

I also like that the anime is showing that both the party and the goblins are fighting for their lives.

The Goblin felt like a person and not just some random mob to be killed off without ever loosing another thought about it.

Gotta say that the soundtrack for this is really impressive. From the action to the mid-episode ending-like song and the actual ending, they're all really enjoyable to listen to.

The whole fight with the Goblin was really impressive too. The brutality of the fight and their realization of taking a life was well done.

When the screen was shaking as Ranta butchered it, that really gave me goosebumps. When it comes to the art style, I really like the unique aspect of it.

It's similar in how the the illustrator does things too. Probably one of my favorite illustrators for sure. Bath Scene Illustration.

I think what I like most about this series LN included is the realistic approach to this situation. This isn't a party of plot protagonists but of humans that have never taken a life before might as well be from our world and now they're struggling to earn money and survive doing the only thing really presented to them.

God they suck at fighting in a team. Edit: I mean things like how long it took for others to interfere when then goblin jumped on him etc.

This episode still felt a bit slow and padded, but mostly for its second half, even as that 2nd half had done some serious work as the song played in the background and we saw the characters de-stressing from their hard day, and getting to live within the world, and with one another.

I did wonder about how they all left Ranta behind, was it because they didn't have words for him? Did they think he needed to be alone, or did they need to be alone, specifically from him?

I would've skipped on the late-night bath-peeping run, if this were a "continuous series", but I guess they didn't really have the time to fit anything else into this episode, and giving more time to what was in the episode wasn't necessary.

The fight scene. Well, that was really good, the tense music, the small moment after of Shihoru burying her face. The shaking hands, the tears.

Yes, children too, because "Detect Evil" shows they're evil, so off they go! But the show was careful to discuss this last episode as well.

The goblins don't want to die either. They're living peacefully, until a bunch of humans groups up and tries to kill them for no fault of their own.

And killing something like this? The scene was very good about the visceral nature of the fight, not just its ramifications, and even before the goblin leaped up on Haruhiro and then tried to escape, and doubly after.

I'm almost reminded of Gladiator's fighting cinematography, though less jittery, heh. So yeah, something like that, but toned down, which is still infinitely more visceral than how "clean" most fights in anime are, regardless of how much blood spurts about - it's not about blood, but about camera-work and emotions involved.

About the show as a whole - still entirely lacking in a hook, in an overarching "This is what happens next! This is the high stakes goal we're watching for, to see how the characters operate!

I'm fine with that, but it does require a certain expectation-shift, and is not the best bet to capturing audiences of a newly airing show - works better when a show is marathoned or with a novel.

But here we are, and I actually like this sort of show. Check out my blog or the episodics notes page if you enjoy reading my stuff.

The second half's purpose was to show how they deal with their experience and they are basically all the same - they deny that it happened, bury their emotions deep inside them and try to distract themselves as good as possible.

It's just like how actual people react when someone close to them dies. At some point they simply deny it and act like nothing happened while they break inside.

Also if you have the impression that they are all "friends" because that's what anime likes to do, that's not the case here.

Sure some of them have better relationships to one another than others but they still consider each other friends.

They simply don't want his companion especially if he's still that traumatized. I like the show, especially because the characters arent just walking tropes but i sure hope they start to do something more.

The second half was pretty much just the music and the characters, i dont think it was a good scene because you still dont know the characters or much about this world yet.

I feel like this would be appropriate later into the series instead of ep2, since again we dont know much about the characters yet.

This can become really bad or actually pretty good depending of the direction it takes, and since we almost know nothing yet.

Hopefully it turns out good. Hunter starts with a buttshot. Seems like a good start to me. The fight with that goblin was kind of uncomfortable but in a good way?

I'm still suspicious of the priest. Why is he out and about at night? Why did he cast a seemingly useless spell at the end of the goblin fight?

This anime is artisticly beautiful, but so far it lacks anything which really makes me like it besides art an soundtrack.

But are going to stick with it because I still find it enjoyable and it can pretty much only get better. The montage was both one of the best artisticly as most boring story wise moments I have seen in a long time.

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And yes it only gets darker from here on. They've experienced actual pain and the act of killing for the first time. You can see how their false impression of this world slowly breaks.

Slowly but steady they realize in what situation they are and that's where the character development starts to kick in.

Think about it, they don't have memories of their previous life. We see killing and death countless times in movies or read them in books, they have nothing of that anymore.

They've also never seen those monsters doing anything bad. They were told that they do gruesome things to humans yes, but seen with their own eyes?

That maybe plays also a role why this killing was so hard for them. And there you have the basics on what this show tries to build its character development.

For some people they were generic characters. Well you somewhat have to lay a generic foundation on what you can build on and the story does a superb job in this.

So just wait and you'll see what the whole situation does to them. Although I know some people will already be confused how they especially Ranta can be casual about it after some time, but you really have to think realistically there.

If you are in an unknown world without family friends or knowledge about yourself and you are thrown together with pretty much strangers to kill for your survival, it does something with you in this situation.

All of them more or less suppress what happened there, they still don't want to realize what they are actually have to do from now on.

Here the OST with voice that played right at the start of the first episode. And here the Montage Soundtrack that played.

All in all I loved this episode. It really gives a watcher a little insight on what awaits him and that with a straight forward way.

If you can bear the sometimes slower pace then you are in for a fantasy slaughterhouse of emotion. Have fun :! Also since it means a lot to some people, the director is a Madhouse veteran and was involved in shows like Death Note, Monster and Black Lagoon.

So you can imagine the amount of darkness that will in there, especially since he has a pretty much free hand in this project. I love this.

That fight wasn't just there for the sake of having an action scene. It served as an actual source of character development for everyone. Welcome to the world of Grimgar where everything the characters do is sooner or later used for character development.

That might make its overall pace slow and sometimes complicated but for people that like fleshed out character surviving through hardships and maturing through traumatic situations then this is something for you :.

The sad part about this is that they don't even remember why they feel confused about this world.

I imagine it's a milder kind of frustration that would come with something like the onset of Alzheimer's. You could explain it with the phases a human goes through after loosing a close friend or family.

Sometimes in this process there is the phase of denying the truth and shrugging it of while you build up an inner depression. That's basically what happens to them right now.

The OST was beautiful. It went for like 3 mins and it didn't bother me in any way. I just watched it and liked every second of it.

During the "music only" part of this ep the scene where Archer-chan sees the mage and priest is just beautifully animated.

I can understand her feelings instantly without any words You're welcome : I really like the english lyrics and how the song sets the overall tone for this show.

By all accounts the enemy was killed because Ranta got his vice, which states he must get the killing blow and sacrifice a body part of his victim.

I like this interpretation of the dark knight class tbf, dps role who gains power from his fallen victims.

Ohh sorry read it as saying the show didn't confirm, not the characters. My bad, but yeah wasn't the double tap like rule 3 in Zombieland?

Well they would know better what they are actually doing here and maybe that would make it easier to actually kill.

I really feel that them missing all the things we get through the media, through films, games and literature makes them quite vulnerable to the things in this world.

At the same time they if they did remember games from their world and took it here with them they could believe they're in a game and treat it that way when it really is life and death.

Kind of reminds me of the shield hero web novel when the majority of the heroes didn't treat the world seriously and kept fucking up with the knowledge from their old world.

Thanks man! I simply try to hold the show's hand for a bit as it's easily misunderstood. But it seems like the anime will be able to that by itself soon : I try my best :D.

Priest kid has to die. I've not read anything from the LNs, never even heard of it before today, but priest kid has to die. He's too nice and too helpful to not get fucked.

Everyone that played any rpg game know that healer need stay behind. I think priest kid is probably the most secretly corrupted.

When he mentioned his priest training he said it felt almost like he was made to be yelled at, and made me think he's probably got a dark past.

This leads me to believe, while he is the most capable of them at the moment, that he is supporting them all not out of goodwill, but out of a necessity to survive using them.

I'm excited to see. I kind of did not like the long song filled gap of town life in this episode. Still my priority show right now though.

That's what really made this episode and this show stand out for me. If it continues to go down the route of psychological and seeing the character's mental psyche go further and further down and breaking I might end up really liking the show.

I just hope it doesn't turn out super generic trope-y. Like dread knight Ranta having lasting damage from the fights as he seems the most labile, turning to the other rival team for power but in the end seeing his errors and returning to the friendship team where he belongs.

I'm fine with a dark story but I'd also be absolutely fine with all of them staying together and facing the challenges head-on.

Just not the usual betrayal for pseudo power trope please. That all said I think it's fantastic so far. Strangely I got Aria The Animation vibes sometimes.

I'm really, genuinely excited about this one. As a whole I enjoy it, but there are a few elements - the watercolor backgrounds, the OST so far, and particularly how just straight up brutal the world is - that push it above average for me.

I'm a huge sucker for fantasy, but in anime a lot of what we see is Danmachi or SAO; very rarely do we get a Berserk or Shingeki no Bahamut.

I'm really hoping it continues this way, because the "generic fantasy MMO" setting works wonders when the story isn't about the game.

And this show is most definitely not about the game. The amnesia factor is a nice wipe to prevent them from trying to return to real life which I feel is more overused than anything else in this genre and provides some nice moments where their memories come through in pieces.

They face real consequences here - the bright colors make a nice contrast with how indifferent the world is. And perhaps most importantly, at least for this episode, death is a very real thing.

Everything in the world wants to survive, which is so much better than just having infinitely spawning enemies that disappear into sparkles when they die.

The scene with the goblin this episode was stellar. I loved it - I don't think I've ever been more uncomfortable watching a death of anything in an anime before.

You really feel the character development and waves of emotions and how they deal with it good and bad ways and how their world came crumbling down.

LN Spoiler Read at your own risk!! This was actually my favourite thing about this episode. It really makes the series more than just fantasy characters killing mindless evil monsters.

In the first episode we saw the goblins sitting and sharing drinks with each other. Makes them seem very "human".

Now in this epsiode a single goblin was just gathering water from a river when he was attacked by a group of people trying to kill him.

Watching the panic and fear of the goblin as he desperately tried to escape, it really makes me feel like the main characters are "murders".

Do they have any other choice? Probably not, but you can see it in the way they act, how this feeling of murder is creeping on their psyche.

Even if they are told that this is the right thing to do, hunting down and mercilessly stabbing these human like creatures makes them break into a cold sweat.

I love it. Also, the artwork in this is simply amazing. I feel that any humanoid monster is a hard one for beginner, since they mimic human and killing them can leave a big trauma that guy even seems semi-intelligent with water pouches and weapon.

They should have killed a 4-legged monster rabbit or something to start with. Also that goblin seemed not only stronger but a lot more experienced than they are.

He probably has been fighting to survive for a good couple of years, compared to their Makes you wonder if the goblins and other monsters are native or if they were also kidnapped from some world.

Hell, what if they are transformed humans? Damn, this episode was fantastic, probably my favorite of the season so far. I loved the wood plane scene.

I'm so glad I picked this one. Kinda spoiler. This episode had some of the most intense pacing changes I've seen in an episode which on paper I would have said could never work, but I actually really liked it here.

I think it helped that I REALLY bought into the intensity of killing the goblin which means I spent half of the "daily life" montage just catching my breath.

Without that I could see it feeling very slow for people. That was one of my favorite ways to have a romantic subplot introduced.

The very definition of show, don't tell. I was curious if the show would introduce any decent plot hooks since I don't consider 'trapped in an mmo' a plot hook anymore, but if they can keep deepening the character dynamics I don't even care.

I'm starting to have faith in you Grimgar, please don't make me sad. That insert song was amazing.

Sounded a little bit like Inori from Guilty Crown. Yea, the whole cat thing got to me too. Maybe the ones that called it a cat all had cat pets and the whole "cant remember my past but I still know how to make air planes thing" is just a sub-conscience thing when they saw the stray 4-legged cat-like animal.

There isn't a lot of info about him, but he worked with Stereo Dive Foundation. That's the really interesting thing. It actually isn't R.

So this is one of the rare times where the music is being done by various people within an anime. The rap battle tracks were done by R.

N, who did some great work with the Fafnir OST. Here's their website. Really puts things into perspective.

They're having problems with goblins and in irl rpg's we're like;. That was stunning, straight up to 2nd behind Boku dake ga Inai Machi.

Most visually appealing episode i've seen in a long time. I was actually shocked at the Ranta vs. Goblin fight, that was so suspenseful and the emotions were done so well.

I'm already seeing people complain about how big of a deal the fight against a GOBLIN was and that they should man up.

Also people are bored. You don't know shit about realism, it's pretty apparent. This anime showcases great realism about the characters, how they behave when being thrown into a completely different world, learning to fight and having to deal with the killing.

It's also good to see how slow paced this is, yet i am very mesmerized by the music, background shots and realistic characters.

I complained last episode that they were a bunch of fucking scrubs and they should just git gud, but holy fuck. Goblin is obviously tougher than a human.

More resistant to pain, stronger and probably heavier. Got stabbed in the back, no effect. Cut on the wrist but it still held on to its weapon.

He even tanked that magic missile that caused a small explosion in the lake. Those goblins are from fucking Dark Souls and everyone on the protagonist team is Level 1 with starting gear.

And they're playing on keyboard, not even with a mouse. If it was they would all be using shield plus spear. I mean you can block and attack at the same time.

Believe it or not, getting stabbed where the goblin was stabbed wouldn't make a human go down like it does in the movies either.

Your fight or flight response would kick in, and if fight was the only option your adrenaline would get pumped through the roof and you'd go down kicking and screaming.

Having said that, being able to convincingly play dead with a stab wound to the neck is completely bullshit, and I'm kinda annoyed that they pulled that just to squeeze a little more tension out of the scene.

No animal with vocal chords that gets stabbed in the neck would be able to play dead and remain quiet while doing so. Honestly my guess is that he got knocked out from the blow to the head and regained consciousness rather than just playing dead.

It's still probably total bullshit, but I personally think it's a little more believable. Agreed, you get it. It's all about the realism and the struggles they collectively go through.

I love how instead of thrashing everything in their path, and instantly having immaculate teamwork it's showing a more real side to how people would adapt to this new world.

No Mary Sues, no Gary Stus, just real people trying to get by, and having the emotional struggles of "kill or be killed" lingering over them.

Don't know if I'm wrong, but for some people there are enough death flags to kill an entire army. Mark my words, Manato won't make it to episode 9.

I really hope really hope Ranta doesn't end up with Yume. I hate his archetype way too much and Yume is already best girl of I'm scared though If I know my MMOs, then the Warrior will die first tanking an enemy, then everyone blames the Priest for not healing properly.

So Yume should be fine for now at least. Ranged DPS usually last the longest. But then the ranged dps usually dies because they decide to stand 20 miles away from healer and out of range all AoE healing spells.

But the mage will obviously go first because mages don't move to dodge attacks when casting spells, cause "muh deeps" and thats the exact way she will go out.

I feel like she picked a really hard class to master, for her mentality. I mean, she is pretty weak willed, this is a no-no for Mage classes.

I think we can all agree that Kuudere's make the best Mages, calm, collective, always reading the situation, that's what it takes to be a good Mage.

See a certain awesome dark-fantasy manga series for this. Still, I'm rooting for her to get better, because I do want to see some cool spells being cast, and her wrecking havoc on the enemies.

Also, she is adorable. I assume it will be even better seeing her breakdown and get reforged into something stronger, meaner and cooler.

Nope, fucking rogue draws aggro because he can't control his DPS output. Next to go is the glass canon mage who's oblivious to the fact that the tank isn't doing his thing anymore.

And once the enemy is in the ranged camp he makes short work of everyone else before turning back to the tank. Last one standing is the fucking Paladin in his bubble grinning stupidly, oblivious to understanding what the words "repair cost" mean.

The only major death flag so far is for Manato, because he showed affection towards Shihoru. That gets in the way of self-insert Haruhiro's inevitable love triangle.

So Manato will absolutely die. I would be shocked, and pleased, if Manato actually ends up in a real relationship with Shihoru and doesn't die.

I've got my money on Manato also, but mostly just because I feel like he's a source of stability, and this show wants to prey upon our feels and make everything chaotic and depressing.

Additionally, everyone knows that in a bad MMO group with a competent healer, the healer pulls aggro and dies first. Yeah, kinda sucks I actually like him a lot.

I also empathize as the healer looking around like "What the fuck are these guys doing oh my god I have so much work to do".

I think if I were to pick a character who wasn't Manato to die it'd be the warrior. Think watching the big softie die would cause sufficient depression.

Just want that good ol' reliable healbot to stay alive. I loved how it showed her just looking after the Nagato expy and the one dude, and she just smiles to herself and her shoulders drop.

It's definitely gotta be the leader in the group. Thats be best way to throw disarray in the group.

Idk why but that bit of relaxing music after such a hard moment is giving me a Clannad feel, you know like the calm before the storm kind of thing.

What does it say about the show, that I felt worse for some random goblin, than for Ranta, one of the main characters? Well, it says that they managed to make me feel for the goblin, by showing him just minding his own business , fighting his hardest, and then trying to just run away with his life!

That was an incredibly powerful and very well-done scene. It also says that Ranta is a fucking stupid little shithead, who ruins their surprise attack, then blames Knight for stealing his kill, and then proceeds to be the same perverted little shithead by the end of the episode.

Seriously, Ranta, eat shit. My favorite little thing about the show so far is the dynamic between Hunter and Mage. It's very clear just how much Hunter cares about Mage and it's incredibly endearing.

I am not as annoyed by Ranta like I was in the first episode. Just because the moment where he clearly kinda lost his mind just showed me he is a young person that can't handle this situation right now Even with his peeping action he just wanted to gain some attention hey here I am look at me The problem is Remember how he fucked up the initiation in the fight vs the solo goblin Imagine that vs some stronger enemys.

That's what I said - he'll probably cause either himself to get seriously injured, killed or someone will die because of him.

I don't think you understand what was really going on there. Yes, Ranta messed up by ruining the surprise attack. He was very obviously panicking and scared remember the "What are you attacking" comment the MC makes?

It's stated pretty clearly though that they didn't discuss a signal or a plan of attack, so they're all at fault. The party leader didn't actually lead, the one person caring about planning MC didn't attempt to make that happen.

They all made mistakes. Ranta then "blames" the Knight more as a comment that isn't meant to be serious.

After all of them very nearly dying, he discovers that the entire point of them trying to kill the goblin ended up failing, since he wasn't the one to kill it.

He was also trying to lie to himself in order to feel better about how terribly the fight went, taking comfort in the fact that it would allow him to get stronger.

He didn't want to be the one to kill it, but knew that he had to, and therefore was relieved. Then he finally kills the goblin, and all of them are suddenly struck with the reality of what they've done.

He is the one person who understood the most about how serious it was, and then he knew far more than he ever wanted to. So he finally is going to get his Vice, and the team is getting money, but that doesn't actually help now that he's actually done the killing.

His perverted stunt was the one thing he did to kind of get himself back to where he was. In this action, it's made clear that that's why he acts that way.

He does that when he's scared or uncertain, and doesn't want to accept how hard the day's events were on him, much less have others worried about how he's doing.

So there's a lot more going on then "Oh he's being such a shithead". You got the part about the goblin being innocent in this scenario correct, but do you think you'd handle that situation well if you had been in Ranta's place?

Look at his face when Ranta gets mad that he might have killed the goblin, he looks blank like he's shocked he could do that in the first place.

Knight seems really human and innocent. From grim to beautiful in one episode. That fight was pretty nasty for even a lowest level fight, especially when you've got a Leeroy on your team.

Trying to decide if this going to go with them siding with the monsters or that they'll level up, but slowly lose their humanity.

Either way I'm sure it's going to be heartbreaking. I might even suspect some are reflecting their bully from their youth that they still haven't gotten over yet in Ranta.

I fucking love it when there's a cocky overly confident characters like Ranta. I fucking loved kanye west in ABP, and the exploiting mc in Charlotte.

Fucking cried when he became weak sauce after the first episode. Give me cocky overly confident characters any time. Its a nice change from the socialy inept weak sauce mc that appeals to the stereotype socialy inept weak sauce otakus.

It's not that he's cocky, it's that he's cocky, perverted for the sake of light novel tropes, and probably the most incompetent one in the group despite his self-importance.

Typically characters like that have to have some kind of redeeming quality to make them work IMO, and so far I'm not seeing that in Ranta.

It's still just the second episode though, so we'll have to see. He's putting up his "Hououin Kyouma" fascade as far as I can see.

Whether it's his character decision to take up the jester role within this group will be shown down the track. Yes he's a douche. Yes he's chuuni and irresponsible for picking up the dark knight class.

And yet the protagonists have to put up with him because as bad as he is, it'll be worse if the group goes through another split.

You know what? Fuck those guys. Poor Goblin was just minding his own business, getting some water for himself when suddenly a bunch of monsters surround him and he has to fight for his survival.

He probably lives there and can't even get some fucking water from the river without beeing armed because the shitty humans attack them for their meager belongings.

I'd like it if the perspective changed now and we got a goblin uprising against their suppressors. Best example of it I can think of.

Wow this episode was so intense. Although the ideas and concepts are not that new, but the way they executed was so beautiful to watch.

Heck, I don't even mind if they keep present us with this kind of world and story telling. I kinda felt that the whole peeking thing for Ranta was coping with the stress after his first real kill.

And not only kill - he had to hack off gob's ear to get that Vice. Imagine: not just killing, but also dismembering your opponent.

I feel he suffered through it more than the rest of the party. On the other hand, it might just be ages old trope again and again.

However, I think if they were to do it just for fanservice, they would have shown us the girls in the bath.

Understood Someone finally stabbed it That will leave a mark Damn, he never gives up Beautiful scene, only music It is beautiful Always at least one guy And he flew.

Really beautiful episode, loved the music, characters, and just the episode as a whole was great. I really love how this show manages to have a very calm and comfy atmosphere while still being very real and gruesome.

But as the heroes keep investigating the fantasy world, it looks less and less of a mere game. The main characters of this story are Haruhiro and his five friends.

One day, they find themselves in a dark world full of dwellers that are not really friendly to strangers. They struggle to find their place under the sun in this new world as it seems like there is no way back home.

The new world, although beautiful, is far from warm and welcoming. Strong people earn their living by weeding out the city from monsters, including goblins.

There is no way out for our heroes other than to form a team and embark on this business. Regrettably, their attempts fail every time.

As they have no option to surrender, each of them enters a guild on their own. They go through a special training course and only then start making a fortune.

With that problem solved, they now can start unraveling the mystery of how they have ended up in this world. The anime series has many things worth praise.

For instance, the artwork by Kaneko Hidetoshi, whom we know by his work on Terror in Resonance. All backgrounds, landscapes, as well as interiors, are drawn with much prudence.

Apart from the artwork, we can also note the pastel colors, the excellent character design, and the plot.

With viewers enthralled as they are, the continuation of the story becomes inevitable. But as the matter stands, there is no news from the producers of the A-1 Pictures regarding the resumption of the second installment.

However, it is highly probable that the second chapter will take place sometime in the future. As the current predictions go, the premiere might be held in spring But as of now, there is no Hai to Gens?

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