The magic for “I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years” is still very much alive. This light novel turned anime, which is set in an enchanted realm, provides its main character, Azusa Aizawa, with a startling new direction in life. It was an outstanding title when it was first released thanks to its consistently captivating narrative and authentically inspired visuals. The storyline of the show also provides its own advice for coping with life’s constant challenges.
The show’s original run on Japanese TV contributed to its development into a popular endeavor. An arrangement with Crunchyroll (through Anime News Network) allowed “I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years” to arrive in the US a few months later; the complete run is now available on the service. Azusa may have enjoyed her existing circumstances at the end of the first season, but there are undoubtedly some difficulties ahead. Fans don’t have to wait long to receive a response to their renewal-related queries. With a sudden announcement, the series began in 2022.
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When will I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 be available?
Good news for anybody looking for more action with the Highland Witch. For a second season, “I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years” is coming back (via Crunchyroll). The information was announced on Twitter by the show’s official account along with a celebratory picture. The statement made no mention of a release date, so it could be some time before Japanese fans see any of the upcoming episodes.
Fans may anticipate the anime to return in July 2022 as part of the Summer airing schedule, assuming that season 2 has a similar production timeline now that it has been revealed.
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Audiences outside of Japan may have an additional wait as the announcement makes no mention of foreign dates. The first season’s first run offers fans the best chance for success. Crunchyroll began streaming “I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years” in the same month as its Japanese broadcast dates (via Crunchyroll). The series is accessible to Crunchyroll subscribers with the original voice cast and English subtitles. Additionally available on demand are dubs in Spanish, English, and French.
Who is in Season 2 of I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years?
There is no indication on which voice actors will return for a second season as of early 2022. The major parts in the first season were played by a large cast. Aoi Yki, who has been featured in various voice parts, including those connected to the well-known “Pokémon” video game franchise, portrays Azusa Aizawa in the original Japanese speech (via IMDb). Azumi Waki (Flatorte), Riho Sugiyama, Kaede Hondo (Laika), Sayaka Senbongi (Falfa), Minami Tanaka (Shalsha), Sayaka Harada (Halkara), Manami Numakura (Beelzebub), and Sayaka Harada are also present (Rosalie).
A distinct but no less brilliant cast of performers could be seen in the dubs. For the English dub, Skyler Davenport played the part of Azusa Aizawa. The cast also includes Xanthe Huynh (Halkara), Suzie Yeung (Shasha), Lizzie Freeman (Falfa), Amber Lee Connors (Flatorte), and Rachelle Heger (Laika), Erica Mendez (Beelzebub), and Anne Yatco (Rosalie).
I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years, Season 2: What Is The Plot?
Azusa Aizawa leads a routine life that is all too routine. The pressure and stress of her job finally become too much for her. She is given a second shot at life after passing away. Azusa has returned, but in a very different world than the one, she was previously familiar with.
This immortal witch is determined to live a stress-free existence while making amends for the wrongs that caused her untimely demise. She gets by each day by hunting slimes, but nothing is ever as simple as it looks. As her influence and her friendships soar to unimaginable heights, it is not overlooked.
As Season 1 came to a close, Azusa had a newfound appreciation for the lessons she had learned along the journey. She also realized how important her friends had grown to be as she ran a cafe with them. Season 2 may continue down the path previously mapped out by the light novel and manga properties, or it may go into uncharted territory. Stay tuned for any official updates, but we anticipate learning more about the backstories of the key characters in Season 2 as well.