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Log Horizon anime returns for third season

Log Horizon author Mamare Touno’s legal issues aside, a third season of the anime has been announced following an almost five-year wait for fans. Airing in May 2020, it will adapt the Round Table Collapse arc from the light novels.

Shinji Ishihara is returning to direct the new season at Studio DEEN, with the cast from season two also reprising their roles. The anime’s broadcasters NHK released the following synopsis for the story to come in the Log Horizon anime:

One day, tens of thousands of players – Adventurers – were trapped in the world of the popular online game Elder Tale! People are confused in a different world where monsters and magic exist realistically, and the city of adventurers, Akihabara, descended into chaos.

A young man, Shiroe, who’s not great with people, was one of those adventurers and decided to form a guild “Log Horizon” with his party, Akasuki, and Nyanta. Furthermore, he calls on the unity of adventurers to use his own wisdom as a weapon, launching the self-governing body “Round Table Conference”, and restoring peace and stability to the city.

Centered around the Round Table Alliance, interaction with the original residents of the game world, The Earthlings, has begun with the adventurers, aristocrats, merchants, general citizens all working together to achieve diplomacy.

However, the adventurers only have one year from a “catastrophe” that has been blown in from a different country. Akihabara, which has enjoyed a fleeting prosperity, has to deal with a new species of monster “Tenwazawai” invading the city and the nobility of the east and west bickering between each other.

The flame of discontent continues to smolder between the guilds, with a struggle for power, disparity, and speculation occurring between adventurers.

Finally, a critical crisis will come to the roundtable, the symbol of unity with the adventurers…

About Elisabeth (1360 Articles)
Otaku blogger, mum and hyper-pixie of the cosmic realms. Might have made that last part up. Or did I?

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