Sword Art Online


Season 1, Episode 18 (To The World Tree)

3.0 0 x
Leafa is making enemies by leaving her area and group to team up with Kirito. On their way to neutral territory, they speak more of the rules and areas of the ALO.

Season 1, Episode 17 (Captive Queen)

4.0 1 x
As Kirito learns about the game from Leafa and the hatred between the races, Asuna learns the truth of her role from the Fairy King.

Season 1, Episode 15 (Return)

3.0 1 x
Kirigaya is adjusting to his life outside of the game, but he hasn't forgotten about Asuna. On a recent visit to her in the hospital, he meets Sugou Nobuyuki.

Season 1, Episode 14 (The End Of The World)

3.0 2 x
The battle against the Skull Reaper, boss of the 75th floor, is ferocious beyond anyone's imagination.

Season 1, Episode 11 (The Girl Of Morning Dew)

3.0 2 x
The newly married couple is enjoying their time away from the front lines, but a new guest will take them all the way back to the beginning.

Season 1, Episode 7 (The Temperature Of The Heart)

3.0 3 x
A trip to get a new sword leaves Kirito battling a dragon, and his fears.

Season 1, Episode 6 (Illusionary Avenger)

3.0 11 x
Kirito has figured out the 'how' and now he has to figure out the 'why'.

Season 1, Episode 2 (Beater)

3.0 5 x
It's been one month since the players have been locked in the game. 2000 people have died; the first floor hasn't been cleared yet.

Season 1, Episode 19 (The Lugru Corridor)

4.0 16 x
Something isn't right; Recon has sent Leafa a message - "I was right. Be careful, S." What does he mean and will Leafa and Kirito have the time to figure it out?

Season 1, Episode 16 (Land Of The Fairies)

4.0 14 x
A new MMO allows users to fly and encourages player killing. Kirito has joined this new game in search of Asuna and is pleasantly surprised with what he finds.
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