Sword Art Online: Progressive, Vol. 3 by Reki KawaharaHaving reached the second floor of Aincrad, Asuna decides to have a player-controlled blacksmith upgrade her beloved sword, a rare Wind Fleuret--but when the unimaginable happens and the sword is shattered in the attempt, Kirito suspects foul play. Did the blacksmith really just happen to destroy an incredibly valuable item? And if not, is there any way to get it back? If there is a conspiracy of thieves, how can they be stopped before they spread too much mistrust? The game of death is bad enough already!
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Now on the second floor of Aincrad, Asuna Yuuki and her companion Kirito continue to battle onward in hopes of clearing Sword Art Online. If the idea of a volume of Sword Art Online that is almost a continuous stream of dialogue sounds appealing to you, this volume may be right up your alley. Instead, we get a shallow dose of political intrigue that never really goes anywhere and really could have been done without. The bright point of this volume is the art work, which remains consistently fantastic just as with the previous volumes in the series. I think that the volume did a reasonably good job establishing why Asuna was so devastated at the loss of her sword and this helped to build her character effectively in my opinion.
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Sign In. Free Preview. While Nezha attempts to atone for his misdeeds, the battle against Sword Art Online's second-floor boss begins! Kirito's uneasy alliance with the other front-runners seems to be holding, but what will happen when the floor boss corners them? Can Nezha rise to the occasion and seize a hero's prize? This eBook has a region limitation. Details of 7 coin s.
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