Can't wait for next week! That's why they showed it at the end credit scene to let the watchers now why she joined him picture stuff hint. This will make him less of a teamplayer. We get to see the professional glory match between team excellent era and team 301. As for the 3 v 3 and 5 v 5 deal, I guess I'm just not good with chinese dubs, more used to reading english subs with a semi-understanding of what they say in Japanese, whereas the Chinese language doesn't do anything for me. So as you know in advance that Ye Xiu will win all the fights, then there is no more tension, no suspense on the outcome of the fight. Personally I don't get what they were talking about in the 1 v 3 scenario and exactly which team lost in the end and why.
To me, the characters were dull, the story was close to nothing and the aesthetic and sound of it were above average but not amazing. I guess we have to live with this. If you recall from the previous episode when Blue River asked Lord Grim to run the dungeon with him, he said he already had an appointment with Tyrannical Ambition. No information about that on the usual anime sites. I guess we have to live with this.
We see moments of true, civil familiarity that doesn't remotely touch the realm of melodrama like most anime do, like when he and his old friend Mucheng meet up again in episode 5 long after he was kicked and she had to watch, or when he and one of his old rivals square off in the finale, only for us to see their battle history in the middle of this to really sell us on their relationship. Like this episode, the camera was rotating simply because it can, but didn't add much to the fight. Elements of this are glorified quite often, if nothing else as a love letter to eSports in general. Given that China is more passionate about E-Sports than any country in the world if World of Warcraft is any indication , it's no surprise that they would make the plunge into this before the japs would. I like this anime series very much, since it is the first good quality Chinese anime.
I can only suggest: Pay more attention srry if it sounds harsh, but they are explaining it well enough in my eyes. There are only around 200 pros starting team and backup, which Yifan is part of. If you're the type of person who loves good fight scenes or animation, this series will more than please you. I never had trouble keeping track of all the characters in shows like Log Horizon, and yet I cannot seem to keep track of the characters in this one probably because most of their designs are similar imho. Lol it's really hard to explain huh, well nvm.
He is still a good person at heart, like how he encourages Yi Fan to grow by changing styles. If the fact that he's spent a decade playing this game confuses you, then let me inform you on one of the bigger selling points of this anime -- all characters are adults. After all, like any real-life sport, people take it very seriously, and people do have to retire earlier than with most jobs. This was a kinda bad episode due to much needed info Well, that's what happens in Esports. Along with talented new comrades, Ye Xiu once again dedicates himself to traversing the path to Glory's summit! Consequently, the action scenes lose interest and serve only to highlight the unrivaled force of the main character. It is not about the struggles of players and the industry. Btw, anyone here that wants to bother translating what was said at the end when that one guy asked who? Get what was happening, but with all the characters they've tried to introduce, confused all the same.
I'm becoming annoyed at all of the re-used frames that they keep adding to every episode. I got something along the lines of domineering male or something, which sounds pretty stupid. They were also kind of cheap with the design for Grind King, he was the one of the best knight players and a major factor of any team he joins in the story. And because the protagonist can defeat anything the show throws at him, any potential tension there was left, dissipated into utter nothingness, therefore all the flashy fight scenes served no purpose and held no meaning any longer, other than proving how awesome the protagonist was. The only thing stood out for me was probably the scene where Steamed Bun asking everyone to guess his horoscope with 3 chances, lmao. Rao Xing Steam bun is definitely a more nooblike, almost idiotic character who has muscle, but he actually provides some amounts of cleverness that save him from truly falling to that dreaded archetype.
There are only 2 things I'd nitpick at: 1. However, while he possesses ten years of experience and in-depth knowledge, starting afresh with neither sponsors nor a team in a game that has changed over the years presents numerous challenges. The story is very generic. I just hope that when the next outing of this show arrives, some of these issues are ironed out and that we get to have more reasons to invest in the characters. Guo is the manager who has the most banter with Ye and is probably my least favorite, since honestly, after the initial episodes, she hardly provides anything to the story, bit even being part of the major team.
After leaving the pro scene, he finds work in an Internet Cafe as a manager. There shouldn't be any difference in the animations because that's how the movement was designed and modelled in the game. The soundtrack isn't really impressive apart from one or two tracks that I found excellent. And I like the post-credit scene too! I totally ship Ye Xiu and her. They also keep using this frame every episode. I don't have any major problems with the story to speak of in terms of any plot holes or inconsistencies or major leaps in logic, and in fact, any and all worries I began having were actually addressed. Sad that they cut out Yang Cong's fight with Sun Xiang, he has huge parts in the following stories, Team 301 is one of the main characters of this series as with all the other Teams.
However, while he possesses ten years of experience and in-depth knowledge, starting afresh with neither sponsors nor a team in a game that has changed over the years presents numerous challenges. There are oppositions between the different teams but nothing really dangerous since they do not represent a threat to Ye Xiu, too superior to other players. I just hope they won't cut out All-Stars, since it's the best currently translated arc even if they adapt it, it would likely be rushed though since they could easily spend half a season on it with how many important fights there are, almost none without importance to the story. The party is training hard to break the record set by excellent dynasty. You could easily watch the episodes, except for the first and last ones, in whatever order you pleased, and you wouldn't feel any difference. This anime, made in China, shows a true badass in the realm of E-Sports.
That's why they showed it at the end credit scene to let the watchers now why she joined him picture stuff hint. For Season 1 I couldn't get them all from the same group and was pretty upset with the quality that others did. I will fully admit that I have played games since I was 4, and I managed to git gud at some pretty hard games, like the Megaman Zero games and Robotech Battlecry. Btw, anyone here that wants to bother translating what was said at the end when that one guy asked who? I don't know how or if it's even possible to buy the first season in English as a physical copy either, which is kinda upsetting. This site does not store any files on its server.