Log Horizon

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How did you find Log Horizon?

It was good! Please do more!
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It was interesting.
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Not as good as I thought.
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Boring. Not touching it again.
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby Edricano » Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:09 am

Thanks for the translation.
The battles are so intense. :)
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby shido » Sat Aug 02, 2014 4:21 pm

An anonymous person posted this on the wiki, so I'd figured it's best to go here instead.

Enterbrain! and Amazon JP have Volume 8 listed now, although the cover hasn't been revealed. Release date: September 29, 2014; title: ログ・ホライズン 8 雲雀(ひばり)たちの羽ばたき; Special Edition(?) will come out with a drama CD that features a duel between Isaac and William (bets are on that Souji's going intervene, like the first time), Krusty and Rayneshia, Serara's and Akatsuki's fantasies, and Kanami and her party from the Dragonhowl Mountain side-story.

http://www.enterbrain.co.jp/product/moo ... 93801.html
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby shido » Mon Aug 11, 2014 7:48 pm

Just to let everyone know that the official Log Horizon's Volume 7 is translation is underway. We're up to chapter 2.
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby LiTTleDRAgo » Sat Aug 30, 2014 1:31 am

http://publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic ... again.html

Among the light novels Yen On will publish in 2015 are Log Horizon by Mamare Touno (March 2015), illustrated by Kazuhiro Hara, in which 30,000 Japanese gamers are stuck in an online sword and sorcery realm fighting monsters; No Game No Life by Yuu Kamiya (April 2015), in which siblings Sora and Shiro, losers in the real life but unbeatable superstars in online gaming, are whisked away to a world where wars are decided by the outcome of games; and The Devil Is a Part-Timer! by Satoshi Wagahara (April 2015), illustrated by 029 (Oniku), in which the demon lord Satan is forced to retreat to a land—Tokyo!—where his powers are nullified and he’s forced to get a day job at a fast-food joint.
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby Misogi » Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:46 am

According to the Abandonment Policy, here are the conditions for completing unfinished volumes:
- Registration before the license announcement, which is the case for skythewood.
- No further activity 5 months before the release. We're around 6 months.
- More than half the volume should be completed. Volume 7 is way above that level.

Therefore, finishing volume 7 is allowed, but the allowed time is quite short. A higher-up should confirm this, if possible.
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby japzone » Sat Aug 30, 2014 3:11 pm

Dang it. I hate Yen Press now. I'm all for Light Novels getting licensed and sold proper, but Yen Press is just licensing everything under the sun. Not only that, but with the LN already being several novels in it'll take years before Yen Press catches up at their one release every 6~ months pace. SAO is up to volume 14 or something and YP only just released volume 2. I hope someone keeps translating Log Horizon somewhere, even if Baka-tsuki won't host it. I'll buy the Books when they're released but there's no way I can accept having to wait years before reading volume 8. :cry:
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby Adrian Magicent » Sat Aug 30, 2014 4:38 pm

I have mixed feelings. The speed of some novels is about 3-4 per year, but lately, they seem to be slowing down the speed. Are they licensing and translating too many novels at once, now, perhaps?

This is a good choice for official release, though. And, there aren't too many novels out at the time of licensing.

For this type of novel, though, I wish BT would keep translations of the web chapters until the release of that particular novel. The difference between the original web chapters and the novelizations being what it is, at least we could keep up to date in some way.
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby japzone » Sun Aug 31, 2014 9:37 am

Adrian Magicent wrote:For this type of novel, though, I wish BT would keep translations of the web chapters until the release of that particular novel. The difference between the original web chapters and the novelizations being what it is, at least we could keep up to date in some way.

^This please. At the very least I hope skythewood keeps posting translations to his Pastebin/Twitter.
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby cautr » Sun Aug 31, 2014 10:08 am

I hope he doesn't. Because I hate people wanting to leech that stuff for free, hence ruin profits for the publishing company, and hence punishing LN culture spread in the west in the face. Be patient, buy the official books, stop being the cancer ruining my beloved books in the west. -.-
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby TUSF » Sun Aug 31, 2014 12:16 pm

japzone wrote:one release every 6~ months pace.

For SAO they have one release every 4 months, with 3 releases a year, which is faster than the current 2 a year for SAO (it use to be 3 a year, before Progressive)
Log Horizon will probably get the same treatment, just like Accel World (I haven't checked the pacing of YP's other licenses, though, so don't quote me on this. Someone want to confirm the pace of some of their other current licenses?)
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby shido » Sun Aug 31, 2014 8:17 pm

Skythewood won't be doing Log Horizon volume 8 or its web chapters. From my understanding, it sounds like he's going to be moving on from the series. However, LH's author Mamare Touno's style is sort of different. He post his chapters one at a time on his blog, and once they are completed he has them published. He should be starting on volume 9 web chapters on his blog if I'm not mistaken, but I haven't check recently.
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby swiftelf » Mon Sep 01, 2014 6:48 pm

Well prior to removal can someone make a PDF of volume 7.
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby Crimsonbreaker13 » Fri Sep 12, 2014 12:36 am

i agree to that since volume 7 already finished the translation
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby martinicc » Sun Sep 14, 2014 3:58 am

Looks like they Licensed Log Horizon: People of the West Wind. The main series has not been licensed so it can still be fan translated. Source:
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/daily-b ... ses/.78544
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Re: Log Horizon

Postby KuroiHikari » Sun Sep 14, 2014 4:56 am

martinicc wrote:Looks like they Licensed Log Horizon: People of the West Wind. The main series has not been licensed so it can still be fan translated. Source:
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/daily-b ... ses/.78544

Those are manga licenses that were clarified.

The company is releasing the original light novels in April and March 2015.
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