You are watching: Quan zhi gao shou season 2 episode 4
I really preferred this episode; it’s most likely my favorite so far. Nice to see even more interactivity in between Ye Xiu and also Chen Guo this season. Last seaboy was mainly Ye Xiu playing with everybody however her, so it’s nice to watch her in the spotlight some more, specifically considering that she’s substantially more subdued after the OVAs. The pro chat group was excellent. Loved seeing some of the players from some mid-tier teams arriving, specifically acquiring our first appropriate look at Chu Yunxiu after she was briefly pointed out at the finish of season 1. The characters they determined to offer unique introductions to confoffers me, the Tyranny duo, Swoksaar, Vaccaria, Cloud Piercer, they all make sense. Doubtful Demon, not so a lot. Fang Rui doesn’t even acquire to show up in the opening. At the same time, Xiao Shiqin (man in the glasses on the team through a girl from the OP) is featured on the opening, yet his character, Life Extinguisher, gets no advent also though we check out him communicating via the other crucial players. Weird. Also, Doubtful Demon gained way too cool and also unique of a design that it really captured me off guard, lol. The Huang Shaotian/Loulan Slash and Huang Shaotian/Ye Xiu fights were fun. The initially time I witnessed the episode, I was kinda lukewarm on them; however having actually rewatched it, I’m starting to appreciate most the smaller moments, specifically Huang Shaotian’s distinct dodges against each of his enemies. What really bugged me around the fights, though, was the audience. It was awkward how they recycled some of the generic background character deindications for the pro players. Doubly so once we see those deindications in the arena secs after various other personalities with those exact same deindicators were marvelling at Huang Shaotian and the others getting here in the game. Anvarious other thing that I uncovered annoying was the inconstant placement of some of the even more significant players. Fang Rui, specifically, would certainly sometimes jump from sitting by himself in one shot to being in the middle of the team of vital players in the next. Not sure why they didn’t just have actually all of the spectators sitting on their own and carry out split-screens for once they connect with each other; would’ve looked much better and been easier to perform. Something smart about the episode setup in TKA that I've constantly liked is exactly how the majority of the subplots are an episode long, yet instead of doing 1 episode for 1 subplot, they’ll have actually a subplot begin in the middle of one episode and also end at the start of the next. For example, in season 1, Huang Shaotian meets up via Ye Xiu in the second fifty percent of episode 6, yet it gets concluded in episode 7. Normally, it helps to create an illusion of these subplots following over a much longer period of time than they actually perform. This time, but, the present benefits from being able to have actually a pevaluation of the next episode without spoiling the ending of the fight (assuming they aren’t just going to end the fight through Shaotian just screaming out the name of an assault and that’s it).
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Speaking of which, super hyped for Deception, he’s a pretty significant fan-favorite character. Again, tright here were some noticeable problems with the audience, however I had tons of fun with pretty a lot every little thing else.