I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 is awaited by its fans. Kisetsu Morita and Benio are the authors of the Japanese light book series I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level (300MAX, Suraimu Taoshite Sanbyaku-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Reberu Makkusu ni Nattemashita). It was initially published as an online serial in 2016 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shsetsuka ni Nar. The following year, SB Creative purchased it, and the first light novel volume was released in 2017 as a result. Yen Press, which released the first volume in April 2018, obtained the rights to distribute the light novel in North America.
In the same year of its publication as a light novel on Square Enix’s Gangan Online website, which was also granted a license by Yen Press, it was given a manga adaptation by Ysuke Shiba. From April through June 2021, a Revoroot version of an anime television series aired.
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I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 Voice Artists
I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 may have the same voice artists as Season 1. Let’s meet Season 1 voice artists.
- Aoi Yūki (drama CD, anime) (Japanese); Skyler Davenport (English) as Azusa Aizawa
- Kaede Hondo (drama CD, anime) (Japanese); Rachelle Heger (English) as Laika
- Sayaka Senbongi (drama CD, anime) (Japanese); Lizzie Freeman (English) as Falfa
- Minami Tanaka (drama CD, anime) (Japanese); Suzie Yeung (English) as Shalsha
- Sayaka Harada (drama CD, anime) (Japanese); Xanthe Huynh (English) as Halkara
- Manami Numakura (drama CD, anime) (Japanese); Erica Mendez (English) as Beelzebub
- Azumi Waki (drama CD, anime) (Japanese); Amber Lee Connors (English) as Flatorte
- Riho Sugiyama (drama CD, anime) (Japanese); Anne Yatco (English) as Rosalie
- Miku Itō (anime) (Japanese); Veronica Taylor (English) as Fatla
- Ari Ozawa (anime) (Japanese); Allegra Clark (English) as Vania
- Yukari Tamura (drama CD, anime) (Japanese); Corina Boettger (English) as Pecora / Provat Pecora Allières
I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 1 Plot
Azusa has a torturous existence as an office worker and eventually dies from working too much. She discovers she has been reborn as an immortal witch in a new realm, and she makes the commitment to live as happily and stress-free as she can. She earns a life by taking down slimes, who are the simplest prey. But after performing this straightforward task for millennia, she has grown very strong and discovers that she can no longer have a quiet existence.
The gang travels to Flatta, where people are getting ready for the dance festival, a two-day celebration of the harvest. Azusa had previously shied away from prior dance festivals, but now that she’s gotten close to the others, she wants to help out with the event. Azusa finds motivation to manage the coffee shop “The Witch’s House” on the eve of the festival as she is eating lunch in a cafe and examining the abilities of others. Azusa and the others practice wearing their waitress attire, preparing the menu, setting up the coffee shop, and handing out brochures to the residents of Flatta in order to be ready for the festival.
Azusa opens the coffee shop an hour early on the day before the festival because she notices a large line outside their business and decides to join it. Beelzebub, Vania, and Fatla, even Pecora, lend a hand as the coffee shop fills up during the day, and Slime Fighter, Eno, and Kuku stop by as well. They enable Azusa and the others to service every client and close the store with their assistance. Before they take a break, Azusa gives a brief speech of appreciation to the other patrons for helping to make the coffee shop a success.
When the others expressed interest in going to the dance festival the following day, Azusa made the choice to take the group there that evening. When Azusa receives a knock at the door, she answers and welcomes the visitor, which kicks off her day.
I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 Release Date
Although the start of I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 production is welcome, no prospective release date for Azusa’s comeback was mentioned in the official announcement.
On the basis of the first season’s production schedule, we can make a forecast about I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2. The anime had its world debut in April 2021 and was initially announced in October 2019.
Fans may anticipate the anime to return in July 2022 as part of the Summer airing schedule, assuming that I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 has a similar production timeline now that it has been revealed.
What Can We Expect From I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2?
Azusa Aizawa leads a typical existence, one that is all too typical. Her work ultimately takes a toll on her, leaving her feeling stressed and exhausted. After passing away, she is given another opportunity in life. Now that Azusa is back, she has been returned to a world quite different from the one she was used to.
This immortal witch is dedicated to leading a stress-free existence while making amends for the wrongs that caused her untimely demise. But when she finds a way to survive each day by hunting slimes, nothing is ever as simple as it looks. Her friendships and authority rise to unprecedented heights, and this is not overlooked.
Azusa had a fresh zest for life towards the end of Season 1 and had come to appreciate the value of the lessons she had learned along the road. She was also reminded of how important her friends had grown to be by running a cafe together. The plot of I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 could be the same as that of the light novel and manga adaptations, or it might go off in unexpected directions. Although I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 is still in the works, we anticipate learning more about the backstories of the primary characters.
Where To Watch I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2?
Crunchyroll will be the only website where it is legal to stream this series as of April 2021. No other streaming service, such as Netflix, Funimation, or Hulu, has indicated that it will provide this series. Also noteworthy is the fact that beginning of April 2021, viewers may only see the Japanese original with subtitles. There is no set release date for the English dubs, despite Crunchyroll’s promises to distribute them in many languages in the future.
I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years Season 2 may release on the same platform as Season 1.