Slime Taoshite 300-nen is a comedy fantasy isekai anime series which involves struggles as well. This series is an adaptation of Japanese light novel series written by Kisetsu Morita and illustrated by Benio. Slime Taoshite 300-nen is directed by Nobukage Kimura, telecasted on Tokyo MX, BS-11 and AT-X. The show dropped in April 2021 which concluded in June, serving a total of 12 episodes. Will, there be a I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years Season 2? What about the plot, characters of season 2. Here’s everything we know so far.
Before we start let’s do a recap of the story of Aizawa Azusa, a workaholic from Japan, who dies at the age of 27 and is resurrected as an immortal witch with a good-hearted deity in an alternate universe thereafter.
Azusa has lived in the mountains for 300 years and does some of the easiest jobs, such as killing slimes, collecting sludge and creating potions. One day, When she visits the guild of adventurers she realizes that she has become the most powerful adventurer in the world.
When the rumor of her power begins to spread, many types of creatures oppose it. She beats them all and in turn, they become her students, friends or members of her growing family. Will, there be a Slime Taoshite 300-nen season 2, we’ve got you covered.
I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years Season 2 Release Date
As of now, there is no official statement regarding the release date of season 2 from the studio Revoroot or Producers of the series I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level. Season 1 of Slime Taoshite 300-nen (Official website) was released on April 10, 2021 which is followed by 12 episodes. It received a good response from the audience, in the MyAnimeList series got a 7.6/10 score from 60,000+ users. In IMDb, the show has a 6.6/10 rating. However, the producers could be thinking of more reactions from the audience to produce season 2.
If the producers receive good graphs on the sale of DVDs and merchandise, there are pretty high chances for the next season. Because the anime industry depends more on the sales of DVDs/merchandise for profit.
If we look at the source, Slime Taoshite 300-nen which is an adaptation of a light novel (‘Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita’), there are a total of 17 volumes of the light novel out of which only 4 volumes were used by the studio. So we can conclude that there is a good source which can be utilized in the serialization of the next season.
If the anime is renewed in the following months, I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years Season 2 will probably be released in mid 2022 or 2023.
Plot of I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years Season 2 Release Date
‘Slime Taoshite 300-nen’ doesn’t have a male character. In Season 2, the anime will keep it that way. The family can go to Beelzebub’s house. Later she will probably enroll in a school with Falfa and Shalsha. At some point, they could reopen the cafe. Laika can participate in a martial arts tournament to demonstrate her abilities. This time, at Halkara’s house, the family could prepare another great visit.
Slime Taoshite 300-nen Action
In role-playing games, slimes are usually the easiest monster to kill, and because of that, they yield few experience points. But what would happen if you live long enough to keep defeating them for 300 years?
After many years of being a corporate slave, Azusa Aizawa abruptly passes away due to severe exhaustion. Seemingly headed for the afterlife, she meets a goddess who bestows her with immortality alongside a peaceful life in another world. There, Azusa enjoys her days tending to her farm, protecting the nearby village, and killing about 25 slimes per day a routine that continues for at least three centuries.
However, this rather monotonous cycle begins to change when Azusa suddenly finds out that she has reached level 99 the maximum possible level from slimes alone. Despite desperately trying to hide this fact in fear of ending her slow life, rumors of her strength spread nevertheless. Soon enough, various people throughout the continent, like the dragon Laika and the elf Halkara, start to appear at her doorstep some seeking a battle, others asking for her assistance. Meeting friends and acquaintances who soon become family, Azusa finds she can live a life far better with others than when she was alone.