Did they just turn Accel World into an MMORPG? They did, didn’t they? To be fair, roaming an actual field sure beats a string of 1-on-1 fights. I’ve never been into those kinds of games anyway. Still, it brings up the idea of Enemies, which are programmed into the game. This makes me more sure that Chrome Disaster is a program, rather than the remnant of some player. I’m also pretty sure that it’s an intentional program left by the Creator, but that’s more speculative.
Haru brings up a good point about endings. I said before in a post that I think that all things should come to a set end, but I know some people who prefer things (shows or games) that continue on nearly (or truly) indefinitely. I would agree with Haru that it’s better to have a game end from an achievement of ending rather than falling from boredom. I may hate the guy, but he has his moments. Also, my theory about Yuniko developing a negative personality to cope with being forced into the Red King doesn’t seem to be right. I guess it could still be if she didn’t realize the implications of the position before attaining it.
Still, this show’s worse than .hack…a few minutes in the world map, and some PKers arrive. Looks like even Kuroyukihime will be having some troubles next week. What makes this Yellow King so intimidating? His avatar would suggest he’s scheming and sly…he also has the advantage in numbers. I guess we don’t really know how strong Kuroyukihime is in relation to the other kings. I always assumed she had to be strong to challenge them all, but it doesn’t have to be the case.