Sacrifices must be made.
Alice’s devastating blow came as an unexpected surprise. While those within the Dark Territory struggled to comprehend the situation before them, one warrior still stood before Alice. The chief of the ogres, Furgr, made his intentions clear. He would not rest until he brought the “Priestess of Light” to Emperor Vector. The sole reason for this war was now clear, and Alice planned to use this information to her advantage. If Emperor Vector wants her, then he’ll have to chase after her. However, she won’t be riding out alone. Riding along with her will be 1/3rd of their forces. If this diversionary tactic is to work, it must be shown in numbers too. Unfortunately, the Dark Territory wasn’t sitting idly for their arrival. Dee Eye Ell was given another chance, although sacrifices were needed. Under the emperors orders, three-thousand orcs were broken down into resources for their dark mages. A long ranged spell that no sword or armor could block was launched towards the Human Empire. Death looked certain for Alice’s unit, yet one knight broke off to do the impossible. Eldrie’s failure to hold his side of the front line shall vanish to history. His noble sacrifice saved not only his mentor, but countless lives behind him. Consequently, Alice will not let her student’s sacrifice be in vain. Those that attacked Eldrie have met a fiery end.
There’s no stopping this bloodbath. Tears have been shed on both ends, and yet there’s many more to come. Until Emperor Vector gets what he came for, the war must go on. However, both sides are starting to lose key players. It won’t be much longer until a clash with Emperor Vector takes place. Moreover, there’s still one person missing from the battlefield. She’s taking her precious time, but it shouldn’t be much longer before lightning flashes down from the sky. Anyhow, will there be a third chance? Enjoy clearing out the remaining fodder!
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Yeah no problem! I hope I brought a bit of insight! 🙂 I’ll look around
It’s a pleasure to read someone who paid close attention to the story. While our view on Alice may differ, I do appreciate that you’re willing to state your opinion with evidence to back it up. I hope to see you around once I begin reviewing the last portion of Underworld.
Well yeah. Most of the people don’t realize that other characters are people to. Especially in this case. Where they are not just “npcs” like in the other worlds. But living beings with souls. Which the last season took a lot of time to explain. This is not like alpheim where they can just go kill liveless monsters. The underworld wasn’t meant as a game. And yes some like the goblins are more extreme. But she wasn’t attacking those. She was attacking the mages and ogres who where forced to fight unlike her. I mean the dark territory wanted to make peace before the humans where stupid enough to let terrorist hack into their secret project.She literally burned thousands alive. Can’t even imagine how painful that is. And you know what? Those people couldn’t even fight back or do anything. They where no threat. Yet she choose to do it. That’s truly evil. She didn’t have to do it at all. Those people where innocent. This really makes her iredeamable.I truly hope all those she killed will somehow get revived some time in the future but I don’t know.
That’s certainly a unique perspective on these events. I can somewhat see where you’re coming from. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
She just mass murders. It’s literally in the screenshots. It’s unjustifable and evil. After episode 7/8 she has become irredeemable.
What brought you to the conclusion that Alice is evil?
Alice is truly the most evil person ever.
I figured that and this part will be mostly on Alice.
I did give a warning about this at the start of the season. He’s going to be down for a while. This cour just isn’t about him.
Do you know when will Kirito going to recover?