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Plunderer Season 2 Release Date & Important Updates

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Plunderer is a well-known action-fantasy anime series that debuted with its animation in the spring of 2020. The manga series by Suu Minazuki, from which the anime is derived, has been published by Kadokawa since 2014. The anime debuted to viewers on Japanese regional networks on January 8, 2020, and is also one for which Funimation has a licence. The Geek Toys company, well known for its work on the Hensuki anime series, created the animation for Plunderer, which attracted fans worldwide due to Funimation and Hulu TV. The public is now curious about what will happen to the series’s second season after the first season, which has a total of 24 episodes.

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So will there be a Plunderer season 2?

Plunderer Season 2 Release Date

Plunderer Season 2 Release Date
Plunderer Season 2 Release Date

The anime series has not yet received a second season renewal from Geek Toys studio or affiliated businesses since July 17, 2022, when this article was written. We don’t want to push supporters into pessimism, though. In anime shows, situations like these are every day. We have made assumptions regarding the anime’s second season because there hasn’t been an official announcement about it yet. There are various factors to consider while determining if the show will return for a second season. The original material’s suitability for a second season of the show and the show’s popularity are two of the most crucial factors.

Plunderer Season 2 Cast

Plunderer Season 2 Cast
Plunderer Season 2 Cast
  • Licht Bach (リヒトー=バッハ, Rihitō Bahha) / Rihito Sakai (坂井離人, Sakai Rihitō) voiced by Yoshiki Nakajima; Eric Vale: When Licht first appears as a strange pervert with a mask on, he is later revealed to be one of the Legendary Fabled Aces, powerful figures from more than 300 years ago who put an end to the ongoing waste war. Licht also appears to be carrying two ballots, though it is implied that he might have another. As the head of the Legendary Aces and the first soldier to undergo the Ace procedure, he is known as the “Ace of Flashing Strikes.” He was referred to as a Colonel. He feels something for Hina. The total number of times women turned him down is 1001.He has received 5700 votes for Ace. His total is determined by how many foes he eliminates. His Ace skill allows him to move at light speed.
  • Hina Farrow (陽菜=ファロウ, Hina Farou) voiced by Rina Honnizumi; Sarah Wiedenheft: Given that she is the daughter of Tokikaze Sakai and Tsukina Farrow, Hina is technically Licht’s adopted niece. One of the original votes, given to her by her mother, is in her possession. Even though Licht killed her father Tokikaze, she still has affection for him. She presently has 760. She has walked hundreds of kilometres, which is the basis for her total.
  • Lynn May (リィン=メイ, Riin Mei) voiced by Ari Ozawa; Elizabeth Maxwell: When Lynn, a sergeant major stationed in a small village, encounters Licht, she questions him about his claim to be the Legendary Ace. She also starts to feel something for Licht. Jail frequently insults her for disobeying orders despite her aptitude in martial arts. Sonohara later injures her (Doan in the anime).
  • Pele Poporo (ペレ=ポポロ, Pere Poporo) / Gespenst Zerlegen (ゲシュペンス=ゼレーゲン, Geshupensu Zerēgen) voiced by Aoi Ichikawa; Austin Tindle: Under Lynn, Pele is a sergeant and has feelings for her as well. He was a technologically savvy individual from three hundred years ago. He works for the SSU covertly as well.
  • His Count is 120, with no explanation as of yet.
  • Jail Murdoch (ジェイル=マードック, Jeiru Mādokku), voiced by Yūichirō Umehara; David Matranga: First Lieutenant Jail, is a serious-minded member of the Alcian Royal Military. He is holding a ballot that army officials can use. He frequently picks fights with Licht, no matter what. He has 12,500 in total (which he disguises as 900 to avoid promotion). His authority to govern iron, which he was granted by plebiscite, depends on how many convictions he has obtained. He has received 45,000 votes.
  • Nana Bassler (ナナ=バスーラ, Nana Basūra voiced by Shizuka Itō; Caitlin Glass: At initially, Nana serves as Licht’s protector despite being chronologically younger. She became an Ace first among non-soldiers. As the anime progresses, it becomes clear that she also has feelings for Licht. The total amount of compliments she has received is 77. Her seven ace total has an unknown foundation. Time travel is her Ace talent.
  • Mizuka Sonohara (園原 水花, Sonohara Mizuka) voiced by: Aoi Yūki; Alexis Tipton: Licht is treated senior to Sonohara. She typically exhibits a fearless and carefree nature. She became stronger and fixated on Licht due to Schmerman’s forced awakening of a latent personality within her, and her number also increased. Her left hand was severed three hundred years ago by a raging Licht. She has 16,000 aces (32,000 in other personalities). Control of gunfire is her Ace talent. She goes by the name “Ace of Pursuit.”
  • Alexandrov Grigorovich (アレクサンドロフ=グリゴローヴィッチ, Arekusandorofu Gurigorōvicchi) / Alan (アラン, Aran) voiced by Hiroki Tōchi; David Wald: Currently serving as both the top commander and an Ace for the Alcian Royal Military is Alan. He treats Jail like a beloved parent but also has moments of seriousness. Three of the Original Ballots belong to him. A missile 300 years ago left scars on his face. He has 280,000 on him. It is unknown what basis there is for his Count. His Ace talent is the power to control fire and cause explosions. The “Ace of Explosive Strikes” is his nickname.
  • Schmerman Bach (シュメルマン=バッハ, Shumeruman Bahha) voiced by Toshihiko Seki; Jason Liebrecht: Schmerman is in charge of the Special Service Unit, or SSU, and he is also in charge of five of the Aces. His murderous desire is sufficient to induce an adversary to yield. Seventy-one of the book indicates that the imposter has built a Schmerman clone. The main enemy of the story and the source of all the Aces’ abilities is Firenda. Sherman has been assisting Litch in putting an end to Firenda’s oppression in the background. At the same time, the actual Schmerman is hidden inside the “Wall of Paradise.” Since Lich became a Baron in the third timeline, the real Schmerman, like Nana, also can travel through time.
  • Firenda (フィレンダ) / Nikola (ニコラ, Nikora) voiced by Kotono Mitsuishi (Firenda), Koji Yusa (Nikola); Jad Saxton (Firenda), Derick Snow: A scientist from 300 years ago, Firenda served as Schmerman’s deputy. She was in charge of applying Schmerman’s DNA to other people to produce the Aces. She is ultimately revealed in chapter 71 to be the series’ overbearing adversary with the power to shape-shift and control entire events. It quickly becomes clear that she killed the actual Firenda and was born an unattractive child without parents. Friends, the imposter, had had a romantic relationship with Schmerman but ended up unhealthily obsessed with him, especially after producing his clone. Alan’s friends are compassionately put to death to stop her suffering even as she is defeated by a joint effort of Litch and his allies, including the revived original Class A (shown to be displaced from the third timeline brought by the genuine Schmerman). Despite having a false 47 count, she has an Ace-ranked 1,000,000 count because of her capacity for shape-shifting and power imitation.
  • Taketa Doan (道安 武虎, Dōan Taketora) voiced by Satoshi Hino; Tyson Rinehart: Doan is an agent working for Schmerman as well as Ace. He is a big, strange-looking man with an aggressive, bully-like mentality. He also appears to feel affection for Sonohara. He attempted to persuade her to withdraw from the military academy because he thought she was unprepared for combat. He and Licht were both Aces, although only he participated in the Waste War. He currently despises Licht for going after Alicia and breaking their agreement. He escaped and sent Licht into a pit of gravity.
  • Saki Ichinose (一ノ瀬 咲, Ichinose Saki) voiced by Miyu Kubota; Jill Harris
  • Genji Akui (阿久井 玄治, Akui Genji) voiced by Yōhei Azakami; Ian Sinclair
  • Kyouhei Suda (須田 恭平, Suda Kyōhei) voiced by Tomohito Takatsuka; Josh Grelle
  • Asumi Sumiya (住谷 愛純, Sumiya Asumi) voiced by Yukimi Hayase; Amanda Lee
  • Kyouka Narumiya (成宮 杏華, Narumiya Kyōka) voiced by Tamaki Orie; Leah Clark

Plunderer Season 2 Plot

Plunderer Season 2 Plot
Plunderer Season 2 Plot

Every human being has their value evaluated by a particular “Count” imprinted on their body, which defines any number connected to an essential aspect of their lives in this post-apocalyptic society where numbers rule. However, suppose this Count falls to 0. In that case, the individual will be dragged into “the abyss,” where they are believed to have perished forever.

Young Hina’s Count reflects the number of hundreds of kilometres she has travelled. Ever since she was pulled into the abyss, she has spent the last five years looking for the Legendary Ace from her mother’s dying wish. When Hina encounters the odd masked knight Licht Bach with a negative-numbered Count, her arduous quest changes abruptly.

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Plunderer Season 2 Where to Watch

You can catch season 1 on HuluCrunchyrollFunimation, or Netflix.

Also Read: The Great Season 2 Ending Explained

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Sukti Sisodiya
Sukti Sisodiya
Sukti is a freelance writer. She extensively writes in the field of entertainment- movies, shows, and everything in between. She takes a keen interest in art, fashion, and literature. She is currently working on an independent novel.

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