I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 years
Kisetsu Morita’s light novel series I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level has been written by Kisetsu Morita and illustrated by Benio. It has been serialized in an online platform since the year 2016 for the most part on a client-produced novels publication platform named Shousetsuka ni Naru, and furthermore was acquired by SB Creative the ensuing year, with the very first light novel volume which was delivered in the year 2017.
Yen Press has authorized the light novel in North America, and furthermore, the first volume was delivered in the period of April 2018. These novels were adjusted into a manga by Yusuke Shiba that very year as the light novel’s delivery on Square Enix’s Gangan Online website, which was likewise licensed by Yen Press. Revoroot’s adaptation of an anime television series was premiered on the tenth day of April in 2021.
On the period of July 13, 2017, a spin-off short novel titled I Was a Bottom-Tier Bureaucrat for 1,500 Years, and furthermore the Demon King Made Me a Minister appeared on the Gangan Online website, and on January 31, 2019, a manga adaptation of the name similar to it, by Meishi Murakami appeared on the Gangan Online website and application. Nourishment for an Elf, a spin-off light novel, appeared on the Gangan Online website and Manga Up! application on April 12, 2018.
A manga adaptation of a similar name by Hitsujibako was relied upon to begin serializing in the late spring of the year 2020, however, it was delayed and serialized on the Manga UP! application on March 29, 2021. Another spin-off light novel, Red Dragon Women Academy Episode 7, appeared at Shousetsuka ni Narou on January 24, 2021. Another spin-off light novel, Mattari Shish no Jinteki Suparata Kyoku, appeared at Shousetsuka ni Narou on March 25, 2021.
As all of you will watch episode 3 in no time sooner, let us recap a bit of episode 2 of the series in short. I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years continues to captivate its audience with a little foreshadowing to a great extent, just as a sprinkling of new characters. They begin the second episode of this cute isekai anime series with some foreshadowing. Azusa raises a magical shield to guard the village she’s become attached to, which satisfies the village enormously in light of the fact that they’ve been discussing how to secure themselves for years. I’m wondering if that will cause issues down the road for the witch in the rear end later.
Azusa experiences two slime spirits who say the witch is their mom in the second 50% of the show or we can say like the second piece of episode 2. Unfortunately, one spirit is out for vengeance for every one of the slimes she’s killed over the years, and she’s set up to utilize solid magic to bring her down.
After the subsequent episode delivered, the fans have been in despair wait for the following episode, that is episode 3. Although the 3rd Episode has been already released on Crunchyroll for the premium users on 24th April, but it is yet to be released for the free users and the release date declared for watching the 3rd Episode of Killing Slime For 300 Years is 1st May 2021.