Sword Art Online Progressive, Vol. 2 (manga) (Paperback)
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Sword Art Online Progressive, Vol. 2 (manga) (Paperback)

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The party is shaken when their leader, Diavel, is struck down by the boss of the very first floor. Asuna and her teammates are confronted for the first time with the cruel reality of their situation: Sword Art Online is no mere game--death here is final. Their commander lost, the remaining fighters begin to lose heart and plan their retreat. But the fight must go on if they are to escape this game world, and in his dying moments, Diavel managed to convey his appointment for the next commander--Kirito!

Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
ISBN: 9780316383776
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 177 g
Dimensions: 188 x 127 x 20 mm

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“Sword art online”

The second volume of the sao progressive series was again great! More slight differences than the anime and just good.

Only complaint is that the next progressive is not till 22 of sep. So that's annoying having... More

Paperback edition
1st August 2015
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“Fantastic Read!ow ”

It shows alot more of the missed scenes and explains how the story progressed; including reasons for the actions throughout and the start of established orders in the anime. It is simply amazing

Paperback edition
11th March 2018
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