The official website of the TV anime series, By the Grace of the Gods (Kami-tachi ni Hirowareta Otoko), has confirmed that the second season is under production. By the Grace of the Gods TV anime is adapted from the light novels of the same name.
A NEW SEASON IN PRODUCTION
Funimation streamed the first season when it aired last year, and the streaming service has already confirmed that it will also be streaming the second season when it finally premieres.
Character designer Kaho Deguchi drew a new visual to celebrate the announcement.
By the Grace of the Gods “Season 2” will have Ryoma going on his first solo adventure to open up a second slime laundromat shop.
The first season ends with Eliaria setting off for the school in the capital and promising to reunite with Ryōma in three years. This upcoming season might animate the events that occur during this three-year period. There is also an option for the anime to continue three years after the end of the first season so that Elaria and Ryoma are reunited.
ABOUT THE SERIES
J-Novel Club published the light novels digitally in English and it describes the series thus:
Under the protection of the gods, a relaxed life with slimes in another world begins!
One day, the life of middle-aged Japanese businessman Ryoma Takebayashi came to a rather sudden and disappointing end. Ryoma had never had a blessed life, but after his death, three great gods sought his cooperation and reincarnated him as a child in another world with swords and magic!
Receiving a most cordial and divine welcome from the gods, Ryoma decides to live leisurely on his own in the forest for the time being. Working diligently at magic and hunting, Ryoma’s greatest passion comes to be researching his tamed slimes?! Training a variety of slimes (some newly discovered), the curtain rises on this easygoing life fantasy celebrating a second life with kind people in another world!
Nothing further is known yet about the second season but we will keep you updated as things unfold.
Roy is the author while Ririnra is the illustrator. Roy began serializing the story on the “Shōsetsuka ni Narō” (Let’s Become Novelists) website in 2014, before ending it and launching a new version of the story in 2015. The newer serialization is ongoing.
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