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Sword Art Online: Alicization – War of Underworld T.V. Media Review Episode 20

by Yumiko

There’s no need to worry any longer.

While Asuna rushed Alice off to World End’s Altar, Kirito began his duel against Gabriel. Nonetheless, it soon became clear to him that this battle would take more than ten minutes. As Gabriel grew more and more monstrous, Kirito was pushed to release the power of both his blades. The red sky over the Dark Territory vanished, and in its place Kirito’s heart soared across the night sky. Reaching out to those near and far, those that he had touched sent out a fraction of their power towards him. Still, this isn’t a battle he can win alone. Together with Eugeo’s spirit, Gabriel was defeated for good. At the same time, the server had reached maximum acceleration. Alice had made it to the other side safely, and those that came to aid Underworld were forcefully ejected from the server, but Kirito will be staying. Although it took some time for him to take it all in, he soon broke down in tears. However, he may just be in luck. After lifting his head, Asuna stood before him.

We’re left on a pretty big cliffhanger, but there’s still a few major things left to cover. We’ve yet to see what happened to Alice, the results of the ongoing situation on the Ocean Turtle, and has Kirito even recovered yet? This whole strange journey only began because Kirito’s life was in jeopardy. He may be whole again in Underworld, though the same can not be said in the real world. Anyhow, the big light show is finally over. Enjoy vanquishing the final threat from Underworld!

 

 

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At least he won’t be alone, right? Strap in for 200 years within Underworld next Saturday.

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19 days ago

Maybe there will be one more enemy or challenge to take down. I’m pretty sure those 200 years in UW will fly by.