Season 2 of By the Grace of the Gods “By the Grace of the Gods” has several parallels to past isekai series like “KonoSuba” and “My Isekai Life.” The light book series begins with the main character dying and being reincarnated in a mystical realm, written by Roy and illustrated by Riviera. The main character’s death in “By the Grace of the Gods” may even beat out “KonoSuba” for the most humiliating anime death, or be a serious contender. After all, the protagonist only died from a terrible case of sneezing in a few episodes.
The tone of the ensuing adventures in “By the Grace of the Gods,” on the other hand, is different from that of “KonoSuba.” In contrast to frantic comedic adventures in a fantasy world, “By the Grace of the Gods” is more slice-of-life, with its hero taking his time in the places he visits and frequently assisting people without the need for combat. In 2020, a successful anime version of the light novels was released. Fans of the anime “By the Grace of the Gods” will be relieved to discover that a new season has already been confirmed.
Here’s all we know about Season 2 thus far.
When Will By The Grace Of The Gods Season 2 Be Released?
After a 12-episode run, Season 1 of “By the Grace of the Gods” finished in late 2020. Fans have been waiting months to hear if there will be a second season. The official animation site for “By the Grace of the Gods” revealed in June 2021 that filming on the second season has begun. The official release date for the new season has yet to be revealed. The new season is expected to debut in 2022, most likely during the autumn anime season of that year. Season 1 debuted in October 2020, thus this will follow suit. Otherwise, “By the Grace of the Gods” is slated for a 2023 release.
Season 2 of “By the Grace of the Gods” will be distributed in the United States, according to Funimation. Funimation announced that the following season will be aired live in Japan on the same day that Season 2 was confirmed. Because Funimation streamed the first season and provided the English dub, it’s understandable that the site would quickly announce its plans to stream “By the Grace of the Gods.” Even though Funimation has yet to acknowledge it, the English dub for the second season will most likely be handled by them.
Who Are The Characters In Season 2 Of By The Grace Of The Gods?
To commemorate Season 2, “By the Grace of the Gods” principal animation director Kaho Deguchi offered a one-of-a-kind artwork of the series’ main character Ryoma via Funimation. Ryoma, a 39-year-old Japanese salaryman, is revived as an 8-year-old child capable of manipulating hundreds of slime monsters at the start of the story. Ryoma’s adventures in his new reality are far more exciting than his old, mundane adult life and death by sneezing hard enough to hit his head and bleed to death.
In the second season of “By the Grace of the Gods,” Ryoma and his best friend Eliaria Jamil, as well as the rest of the Jamil family, may be reunited. Eliana and her family are among the friendliest and most knowledgeable people the young explorer meets. According to the official anime website,
Eliana heads to the royal capital to focus on her abilities. Ryoma promises to visit her again in three years. Season 2 may introduce several new characters previously only seen in light novels, as well as returning old favorites.
What Is The Plot Of Season 2 Of By The Grace Of The Gods?
After averting a potential disaster caused by dangerous lemur birds attacking a town at the end of Season 1, Ryoma leaves the Jamil family once more to start a new life. Ryoma’s many adventures with his slime creatures will most likely be the centerpiece of the second season. While the anime has retained most of the important plot points from the first light novels, Season 2 may employ more volumes for episodes.
After leaving the Jamil family in Volume 4 of the books, Ryoma, for example, swiftly begins planning for a second enterprise. He also sets out on his first successful solo expedition and attends a wedding where several of his world’s gods are present (via J-Novel Club). Much of the important events from the light novels will most likely be covered in the “By the Grace of the Gods” anime’s upcoming second season.