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Posted 1/13/14

If you saw my comment from the group page then you MADE IT to the right place!

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Posted 1/13/14 , edited 1/14/14
The Point Is:
Since everyone comments that SAO and Log Horizon are one of the same, lets bring everyone to one place to talk your opinions to the rest of the world...HERE!
UPDATE: Just put rip off if u think it is. If not just say unique Unique







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Posted 1/16/14
UNIQUE! both are awesome in they're own ways but
"People of the land". That's all for now, many more variants between the two.
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Posted 1/18/14
Hmmm just about to watch new Ep but had a thought could the People of the Land have been players online when the apocalypse happened and lost all of their memories. I think it could be possible now that we know that players may loose some of their memories each time they are revived.
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Posted 1/21/14 , edited 1/21/14
You know what? i have this crazy idea... if you saw that one episode(think it was 8...) where they saw that weird blue line on the water at that beach, i have an idea on what that mightve been...

I think that the world was expanding somehow
Like somehow it was expanding PAST than just the server itself...maybe expanding the entire world
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Posted 1/24/14

01shula wrote:

could the People of the Land have been players online when the apocalypse happened and lost all of their memories.


I'm under the impression that players who were online during the Apocalypse(Update) were bought into the game as Adventurers. They mention how they hadn't played in a long time. So maybe everyone else turned into People of the Land? I don't know, so many mysteries!

I'm not sure whether Elder Tale is a game or not anymore. Unlike SAO, which made it clear that the game was just a game...that could kill you.

So I say, Unique!
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Posted 1/24/14
Yeah definetely unique, especially with the Mage guy showing Shiro lost magic and the Golden Age where society was much more technologically advanced hundreds of years ago , you could see airplane and other advanced technology in the hologram Shiro was shown by him so very unsure if this is still a game or not
On another note do you think David Bowie will show up as the Goblin King?
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Posted 1/28/14
That makes me wonder about the ruins of Akihabara. I rewatched parts of that episode, and the planes and buildings look different than ours, but he mentions that the Golden Age was a pale shadow to the Age of Gods.
Is Elder Tale a post-apocalyptic future of our world?

I'm afraid I don't know much about David Bowie.
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Posted 1/30/14 , edited 1/30/14
Haha David Bowie is an old very famous British singer from late 70s early 80s sang "Under Pressure" with Queen also done loadsa other iconic songs "Major Tom , Changes, Rebel Rebel, Suffragette City, Starman, n loads more well he was in a British film 'Labyrinth' n played the baby stealing Goblin King. It's a kids film but I still watch it occasionally what's so laughable is the skin tight white leggings he wears. It's a good film lots of Jim Henson puppetry n catchy songs.
Oh n he also did a song with Nine Inch Nails called 'I'm Afraid of Americans' You should look him up.
He also sang "Dancing in the Streets" with Mick Jagger from the Rolling Stones
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Posted 2/6/14
I went ahead and looked those up, he's really diverse. Iv'e heard some of them before, just didn't know it was all him. I really liked Starman though, that'll be stuck in in my head tomorrow for sure. haha
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