.Hack//Roots. 05, A new guild
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SummaryEnraged and drunk on the terrible strength gained from the Forest of Pain event, Haseo embarks on a ruthless search for information concerning the whereabouts of Tri-Edge. His brutal inquisition leaves a trail of killed Player Characters in its wake. Saddened by this, Tabby is inspired to create a guild dedicated to healing Haseo and his victims. With the help of Tabby's newfound friends and Tohta, the new PC body of TaN's Tawaraya, the "Paw Pad Squadron" is born. Meanwhile, the mysterious Pi and Master Yata watch events unfold with intense interest, hoping to witness the awakening of Haseo's special power. When Haseo's search leads him to fight Midori, a player character who's expert fighting abilities allow her to run a profitable "hit me if you can" business and who has survived a battle with Tri-Edge himself, they are sure that it will be enough.
ContentsEpisode 19: Violation
Episode 20: Pursuit
Episode 21: Defeat
Episode 22: Bonds.
|Series||.hack//Roots (Television program) ; volume 5|
Video gamers -- Drama.
Virtual reality -- Drama.
Foreign television programs -- Japan.
Animated television programs.
Science fiction television programs.
Fantasy television programs.
Adventure television programs.
Action and adventure television programs.
Science fiction -- Animation -- Television series.
Fantasy -- Animation -- Television series.
Adventure -- Animation -- Television series.
|Publisher|| [Cypress, California] :
|Other Titles|| Dot hack//Roots.
1952- television director.
Bandai Visual, production company.
Bandai Entertainment, Inc., production company.
Ocean Productions, Inc., production company.
Directors of photography, Katsuaki Kamata, Koji Aoki ; original character designer, Seiichiro Hosokawa ; character designer, Satoshi Osawa ; art director, Yoshimi Unno ; animation created by Bee Train ; music, Ali Project.
Suggested ages 13 and up.
Japanese or dubbed English dialogue, English subtitles.
Title from container.
Originally broadcast on television in 2006.
Contains 4 episodes (episodes 19-22) from the Japanese television series.
Special features: DVD vol. 2 release announcement (for Japan); ".hack//G.U." game trailer.
DVD, region 1, anamorphic widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital stereo., NTSC.
1 videodisc (100 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.