Overlord Season 4 Episode 2: Episode 2
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Summary Overlord Season 4 Episode 2:
In the year 2138, virtual reality gaming is booming. Yggdrasil, a popular online game is quietly shut down one day. However, one
player named Momonga decides to not log out. Momonga is then transformed into the image of a skeleton as "the most powerful
wizard." The world continues to change, with non-player characters (NPCs) beginning to feel emotion. Having no parents, friends, or
place in society, this ordinary young man Momonga then strives to take over the new world the game has become.
Episode Title: Episode 2
Runtime: 00:24:14 minutes
Genre: Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure
Stars: Satoshi Hino, Yumi Hara, Sumire Uesaka, Manami Numakura, Akeno Watanabe, Aoi Yuki, Ayumu Murase, Ayane Sakura
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