The Kings Avatar has only completed it’s first season a few weeks ago and already the first awards have started coming in. The first were awarded at the prestigious Chinese and American Television Festival, C.A.T.F. in Los Angeles in November 2019. There are others too, I’m sure it’s the first of many!
I would very much like to see Yang Yang return for Season 2 of The Kings Avatar, especially as he attracted so many female fans to the genre. Losing him as a main character would be catastrophic to the live series. Jiang Shuying is a must for the show too. I’m hoping that more female fans will warm up to her. She also suffered from poor writing for the show and many female fans thought her acting was over-the-top.
The team is now in a position where young and exciting players are a problem, they need someone who is more mature and experienced and can help bring on the newer talent in the team. Enter Wei Chen.
This Kings Avatar episode Review covers episode 23 which introduces a key new character to Team Happy. The previous review of The Kings Avatar introduced a different character to the team and this trend will continue for the next few episodes.
Xiao Shiqin tries to settle into his new guild (Excellent Era) and has his work cut out for him because Sun Xiang is not about to share power. We are also introduced to a new cleric, An Wenyi who is far from a healing influence.
This was a great episode that you cannot fail to enjoy. Suddenly we see the saga back to it’s normal game enthused self. Lots and lots off high points,. Su Mucheng was magnificent in this episode and we are introduced to yet important character in the saga.
Oh yeah, and Chen Yehui gets smacked in the face!
The objective of this episode was to introduce to us a new secondary character. I’m not sure why, in the general scheme of things, although this character is very strong and interesting, he is relatively pointless to the overall story. The character is called Qiu Fei and he’s played excellently by Di Zilu.
In this episode, the cast is quite small (seriously, it’s like half the cast and crew went on holiday) and we don’t get many scenes of Glory gameplay but there is a big bonus for all the Yang Yang fans watching…..
The wonderful Maggie Jiang is taught how to be a good eSports Team Manager from an unlikely teacher. Liu Qiu Shi (who played Xu Boyuan) and Jiang Shuying (aka Maggie Jiang who played Chen Guo) were terrific and saved a rather mediocre episode!
Now that Ye Xiu had his modified weapon and clarified the situation with Jiashi, he felt free to begin the creation of a new Glory fighting/raiding team. This episode was about starting that process.
Chen Guo needed to learn how to communicate with Ye Xiu now that she knows his identity. There were some painful reminiscences of the relationship between his old friends that started Jiashi and a resulting confrontation.
This episode deals with the aftermath of the realisation by Chen Guo that Ye Xiu is actually Ye Qui – the Master. Also the actor who plays Chang Xian gives a great performance – and fun too!
f you thought that last weeks episode caused a bit of an upset, BOY are you in for a surprise this episode! There were upsets all over the place.
The production was marvelous but I’m not sure the viewing audience were that bothered about how Tiny Herb were nurturing their next Team Captain. It had great game graphics as usual, but was a little lacking in gripping story-line.
This was another great show that tied up some bits and introduced some great characters (including Han Wenqing – a key rival character (i.e one of the few that are ever in danger of kicking his ass!)
In the last episode we saw an army of professional Glory players working in a coordinated manner to stop six unsuspecting players from going shopping in Kongji City. Yep, pretty mean, imagine if they did that to your partner!? Uhuh, their lives wouldn’t be worth living! And yes, they get their asses kicked ….. Royally! The
Other guilds are getting annoyed that the monopoly of achievements and in-game-credits for the larger guilds is broken – the saga is hotting up! In this King’s Avatar Episode 9 Review, Little Moon managed a not so little achievement to help save his guild, Yue Lun. We are also introduced to a new tactical genius who is also VERY shy and not a very good player. But best of all, we watch a lot of naughty players from other guilds take on our heroes – will they win? Lets see.
The Kings Avatar is now available on Netflix in the UK and the USA. As of 23rd August 2019, it is only showing up to episode 20, with 5 new shows per week.
In this episode, the Super-cool Steamed Bun meets the Wimpy Yifan. The newly formed ‘Fellowship of the Grim’ is challenged by other, jealous guild-members (who organise a mischievous ‘ganking’) and we get to see the magnificent Kongji City
Review of episode 7 of The Kings Avatar quanzhi Gaoshou) – not the best episode but still great. We learn more about Yu Wenzhou and we are introduced to Qiao Yifan from the Tiny Herb guild – a new core team player in the saga.
Review of episode 6 – this show is possibly the best so far. We are introduced to two particularly interesting players, we see Sun Xiang getting a lesson and we also got to know about other guilds besides Excellent Era and Lanxi Pavilion. The best bits were in the beginning though – Terrific Battle between Blue Rain and Excellent Era
Episode 5 Review: This episode helped us better understand the characters that are portrayed in the show and we didn’t get the same feeling that Ye Xiu was such a smug git in this one. In fact, he was much more laid back.
We see how Ye Xiu upgrades the 1000 Machine Umbrella and how he is alienating himself from the other guilds and raiding teams in the game. Although this may well be part of his tactics. The story was well told and great to watch, the pace was just right (not too quick and not too slow).
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In this episode we are introduced to a new main character and a couple of new support roles. We also learn of the relationship between Su Muchen and Ye Xiu and how Chen Gou knows Tang Rou.
Another really good episode. The humour sucked-pants to be honest, but that’s the only poor part of the show. Yang Yangs is settling into his role effectively and the lovely Maggie Jiang brings a charm and fun aspect to the show that the forced comedy sketches missed out completely.
Nowhere can we get an internet cafe like the Happy Internet Cafe, a guild with it’s own building and lodgings for it’s professional players etc. it seems (from some brit dude’s perspective) that this is a fantasy although, It’s what I dreamed would be really cool 20 years ago! I wanted my gaming to be epic and I wanted the environment to be understood and appreciated by anyone and everyone and I wanted gaming to also be a spectator sport. The Kings’s Avatar is a world with all that and more. Also, and this is really great, the graphics for the gameplay is good and the non-graphics for actors out of game is also good, This is a big budget production and it really shows.