I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level

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I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level
Killingaslime.jpg
Cover of the first volume of the light novel
スライム倒して300年、知らないうちにレベルMAXになってました
(Suraimu Taoshite Sanbyaku-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Reberu Makkusu ni Nattemashita)
GenreIsekai[1]
Novel series
Written byKisetsu Morita
Published byShōsetsuka ni Narō
Original runJune 23, 2016November 18, 2021
Light novel
Written byKisetsu Morita
Illustrated byBenio
Published bySB Creative
English publisher
ImprintGA Novel
DemographicMale
Original runJanuary 14, 2017 – present
Volumes20
Manga
Illustrated byYūsuke Shiba
Published bySquare Enix
English publisher
Magazine
DemographicShōnen
Original runJune 29, 2017 – present
Volumes11
Light novel
I Was a Bottom-Tier Bureaucrat for 1,500 Years, and the Demon King Made Me a Minister
Written byKisetsu Morita
Illustrated byBenio
Published by
  • Square Enix (ep. 1–2, 4, 6, 8, 12)[b]
  • SB Creative (ep. 3, 5, 7, 9–11,13–)
English publisher
ImprintGA Novel
MagazineGangan Online (ep. 1–2, 4, 6, 8, 12)
DemographicMale
Original runJuly 13, 2017April 14, 2022
Volumes1
Light novel
Food for an Elf
Written byKisetsu Morita
Illustrated byBenio
Published bySquare Enix
English publisher
ImprintGA Novel
Magazine
  • Gangan Online
  • Manga Up![c]
DemographicMale
Original runApril 12, 2018June 28, 2018
Manga
I Was a Bottom-Tier Bureaucrat for 1,500 Years, and the Demon King Made Me a Minister
Illustrated byMeishi Murakami
Published bySquare Enix
English publisher
Magazine
  • Gangan Online
  • Manga Up![d]
DemographicShōnen
Original runJanuary 31, 2019August 20, 2020
Volumes3
Light novel
Red Dragon Women Academy
Written byKisetsu Morita
Illustrated byBenio
Published by
  • Square Enix (ep. 1–6)[e]
  • Shōsetsuka ni Narō (ep. 7)[f]
  • SB Creative (ep. 8–)
ImprintGA Novel
Magazine
  • Manga Up! (ep. 1–6)
  • Gangan Online (ep. 1–6)[g]
  • Shōsetsuka ni Narō (ep. 7)
DemographicMale
Original runJuly 15, 2019December 14, 2021
Novel series
The White Journey of Margrave
Written byKisetsu Morita
Published byShōsetsuka ni Narō
ImprintGA Novel
DemographicMale
Original runMarch 25, 2021March 29, 2021
Manga
Red Dragon Women Academy
Illustrated byHitsujibako
Published bySquare Enix
Magazine
  • Manga Up!
  • Gangan Online[h]
DemographicShōnen
Original runMarch 29, 2021 – present
Volumes1
Anime television series
Directed byNobukage Kimura
Produced by
  • Yutaka Kashiwagi
  • Takumi Itou
  • Daichi Amano
  • Shouta Komatsu
  • Yoshinori Hasegawa
  • Jun Morita
  • Souji Miyagi
  • Yuuichi Izumi
  • Tadayuki Akita
  • Tomoyuki Oowada
  • Mitsuhiro Nanbara
Written byTatsuya Takahashi
Music byKeiji Inai
StudioRevoroot
Licensed byCrunchyroll
Original networkAT-X, Tokyo MX, BS11
English network
Original run April 10, 2021 – present
Episodes12 (List of episodes)

I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level (Japanese: スライム倒して300年、知らないうちにレベルMAXになってました, Hepburn: Suraimu Taoshite Sanbyaku-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Reberu Makkusu ni Nattemashita) is a Japanese light novel series written by Kisetsu Morita and illustrated by Benio. It was serialized online since 2016 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō and, in the following year, it was acquired by SB Creative, who published the first light novel volume in 2017.[i] The light novel has been licensed in North America by Yen Press, who published the first volume in April 2018.[3] It has received a manga adaptation by Yūsuke Shiba in the same year as its debut of the light novel in Square Enix's Gangan Online website, also licensed by Yen Press. An anime television series adaptation by Revoroot aired from April to June 2021. A second season has been announced. The series has also spawned various spin-off novels.

Plot[edit]

After living a painful life as an office worker, Azusa ends up dying from overworking. She finds herself reincarnated as an undying, unaging witch in a new world, and now she vows to spend her days as pleasantly and stress-free as possible. She makes a living by hunting slimes, the easiest targets. But after centuries of doing this simple job, she has become extremely powerful and finds that she can no longer maintain her low-key lifestyle.

Characters[edit]

Azusa Aizawa (アズサ・アイザワ / 相沢梓, Azusa Aizawa / Aizawa Azusa)
Voiced by: Aoi Yūki (drama CD, anime)[4] (Japanese); Skyler Davenport[5] (English)
A former Japanese office worker reincarnated as an immortal witch, called "the Witch of the Highlands" (高原の魔女, Kōgen no Majo). Weary of any overwork and excitement following her untimely death in her old life, she strives for an easy tune of existence, but once word gets out of her unprecedented prowess, she finds herself beleaguered by challengers trying to prove themselves on her, or all sorts of people willing to join her. However, she is compassionate and in time becomes very protective of her adopted family - much to the chagrin of anyone who deliberately endangers them.
Laika (ライカ, Raika)
Voiced by: Kaede Hondo (drama CD, anime)[4] (Japanese); Rachelle Heger[5] (English)
A roughly 300-year-old shape-shifting red dragon girl. Originally highly arrogant, she came to Azusa to fight her and prove herself the stronger of them. After getting soundly beaten by Azusa, she joins her as her first apprentice and housekeeper.
Falfa (ファルファ, Farufa)
Voiced by: Sayaka Senbongi (drama CD, anime)[4] (Japanese); Lizzie Freeman[5] (English)
An about 50-year-old slime spirit girl, and the elder of twin sisters. Both she and her sister Shalsha are reincarnations of the slime creatures that Azusa killed for a living; but while Shalsha is initially deeply resentful towards Azusa, Falfa adores her and considers her their "mother".
Shalsha (シャルシャ, Sharusha)
Voiced by: Minami Tanaka (drama CD, anime)[4] (Japanese); Suzie Yeung[5] (English)
Falfa's younger slime spirit twin sister. Driven by feelings of revenge against Azusa for killing all the slimes, she learned a type of magic which is effective against one specific race only, but in turn is potent enough to counter even Azusa's magic; she is also very learned in magic lore. After being very easily beaten by Laika, Shalsha and Falfa join Azusa's household upon her invitation. She is very inquisitive, and habitually takes notes of anything new she comes across.
Halkara (ハルカラ, Harukara)
Voiced by: Sayaka Harada (drama CD, anime)[4] (Japanese); Xanthe Huynh[5] (English)
A young (about 225-year-old) female elf apothecary woman from Frant Province with very abrupt mood swings and a voluptuous build. She invented an extremely popular, alcohol-based energy drink; but when the demon lord Beelzebub drank from it, she went sick (from overworking after getting addicted to it) and then went after Halkara, whereupon the elf, believing that Beelzebub wanted in fact revenge, fled to Azusa for protection. After being given shelter, and after the misunderstanding with Beelzebub is cleared, Halkara decides to stay with Azusa and restart the production of her energy drink. She is very knowledgable about mushrooms, but scatterbrained and accident-prone.
Beelzebub (ベルゼブブ, Beruzebubu)
Voiced by: Manami Numakura (drama CD, anime)[4] (Japanese); Erica Mendez[6] (English)
An about 3,000-year-old high-ranking female demon, the Agriculture Minister of the Demon Realm, and Lord of the Flies. Chasing after Halkara after getting addicted to her energy drink - so that its production could be re-started - she challenges Azusa to a fight, but collapses from exhaustion and is nursed back to health by her and Halkara. After the misunderstanding was cleared, she leaves peacefully but vows to come back to settle her score with Azusa (which she ultimately loses) and get more of Halkara's drink, although she begins to settle in as one of Azusa's "family".
Flatorte (フラットルテ, Furattorute)
Voiced by: Azumi Waki (drama CD, anime)[4] (Japanese); Amber Lee Connors[7] (English)
An over 400-year-old blue dragon girl who first meets Azusa and her extended family while she and her flock attempt to disrupt the wedding of Laika's older sister, out of simple jealousy that her blunt demeanor drove away her own fiance. After Azusa single-handedly thrashes the aggressors, and a final act of aggression is stalled by Beelzebub, she is forced to sign a peace treaty between the red and blue dragons. Afterwards, as part of her peace obligations, she also (much to Laika's disgust) joins Azusa's troupe - the only alternative being to commit suicide due to her inbred discipline.
Rosalie (ロザリー, Rozarī)
Voiced by: Riho Sugiyama (drama CD, anime)[4] (Japanese); Anne Yatco[8] (English)
A ghost girl who died about 200 years previously at the age of 15. The daughter of a merchant who had fallen on hard times, she committed suicide after learning that her father wanted to sell her off as a prostitute. Her restless ghost began haunting the merchant's estate, which later became the site for Halkara's new energy drink factory. After being caught by Azusa, Halkara and Beelzebub, she is - with some effort - relocated to Azusa's house and joins her adopted family.
Fatla (ファートラ, Fātora)
Voiced by: Miku Itō (anime)[9] (Japanese); Veronica Taylor[10] (English)
A leviathan woman, Beelzebub's secretary, and Vania's older sister. She and Vania are both shapeshifters, able to assume the form of a gigantic, flying whale. Despite the myth that leviathans are water creatures, they are actually air dwellers, and are usually employed as living transportation (complete with a resort hotel on their backs) by demons, devils and their privileged guests. To fulfill this obligation, both sisters work in tandem: While one does the transport, the other uses the hotel facilities (especially the bath) to relax.
Vania (ヴァーニア, Vānia)
Voiced by: Ari Ozawa (anime)[9] (Japanese); Allegra Clark[11] (English)
A leviathan woman, Beelzebub's assistant secretary, and Fatla's younger sister.
Pecora / Provat Pecora Allières (ペコラ / プロヴァト・ペコラ・アリエース, Pekora / Purovato Pekora Ariēsu)
Voiced by: Yukari Tamura (drama CD, anime)[4] (Japanese); Corina Boettger[12] (English)
An over 1,000-year-old demon girl and the "King" of the Demon Realm from its capital city Vanzeld. Despite her awe-inspiring title, her natural form is a cute, petite girl with ram horns and three tails, and she is - most of the time - surprisingly cheerful and informal. She has also a submission complex; after being accidentally knocked out by Halkara, and with Azusa beating her in a duel over Halkara's life, she gladly submits to her "conqueror".
Smart Slime (賢いスライム, Kashikoi Suraimu, lit. 'Wise slime')
In manga: Smarsly / Smart Slime (賢スラ / 賢いスライム, Kensura / Kashikoi Suraimu)
In anime: Intellie / Intelligent Slime (賢スラ / 賢いスライム, Kensura / Kashikoi Suraimu)
A normal slime which is completely black.
Smarsly (in manga) / Intellie (in anime) is name given to it by Azusa. (Shortened name is used in light novel volume 12 and later.)
Wizly / Wizard Slime (マースラ / 魔法使いスライム, Māsura / Mahō Tsukai Suraimu, lit. 'Magic user slime')
In anime: Magie / Magician Slime (マースラ / 魔法使いスライム, Māsura / Mahō Tsukai Suraimu)
Voiced by: Miyuri Shimabukuro (anime)[9]
A magician slime girl who looks like 15-year-old blond girl, but is 300-year-old woman.
Wizly (in light novel and manga) / Magie (in anime) is name given to her by Azusa.
Fighsly / Fighter Slime (ブッスラー / 武道家スライム, Bussurā / Budōka Suraimu, lit. 'Budō (Japanese martial arts) expert slime')
In anime: Fightie / Fighter Slime (ブッスラー / 武道家スライム, Bussurā / Budōka Suraimu)
Voiced by: Ayasa Itō (anime)[9] (Japanese); Veronica Taylor[13] (English)
An about 300-year-old fighter slime girl whom Azusa and the others seek out when Falfa is stuck in slime form after getting a crick in her neck. She is very materialistic and considers fighting a means to collect more and more prizes. After being easily beaten by Azusa, she decides to join her as a martial arts apprentice.
Fighsly (in light novel and manga) / Fightie (in anime) is name which she herself decided to use, and was not given to her by Azusa.
Eno (エノ, Eno)
Voiced by: Hikaru Tōno (anime)[9] (Japanese); Anairis Quiñones[14] (English)
An over 150-year-old immortal witch, called "the Witch of the Grotto" (洞窟の魔女, Dōkutsu no Majo). Naive and deadly shy, but yearning for recognition, she usurps the title of "Highland Witch" to capitalize on Azusa's reputation and make herself some new friends. When Azusa hears of the fake, she confronts Eno and afterwards helps her in selling her mandragora-based medicines, which prove extremely popular. Her title stems from the location of her workshop, which is situated inside a hard-to-reach underground location, thus contributing to her initial lack of renown.
Pondeli (ポンデリ, Ponderi)
An undead catgirl who died 40 years ago after she became so lazy from boredom that she forgot to even feed herself. After rising from death, she became a graveyard security guard, but felt lonely without anyone keeping her company. Azusa solves the problem by suggesting to Beelzebub that Pondeli is made a demon casino gambler, since the catgirl is wickedly good at playing cards.
Kuku (クク, Kuku)
Voiced by: Kotori Koiwai (anime)[9]
An about 80-year-old almiraj minstrel girl.
Yufufu (ユフフ, Yufufu)
A droplet spirit woman.
Sandra (サンドラ, Sandora)
An over 300-year-old mandragora girl.
Misjantie (ミスジャンティー, Misujantī)
A pine spirit woman. The being who mediated marriages.
Curalina (キュアリーナ, Kyuarīna)
An about 60,000 to 70,000-year-old jellyfish spirit and wanderting artist woman.
Goodly Godly Godness (メガーメガ神, Megāmega Shin)
Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue (anime, drama CD)
The goddess. The very being who reincarnated Azusa into this world.
Muu / Muum Muum (ムー / ムーム・ムーム, Mū / Mūmu Mūmu)
A ghost girl. Sovereign of the ghost's kingdom of the dead. She died at 15 years old, and about 5,000 years have passed since her death.
The Goddess Nintan (ニンタン神, Nintan Shin)
The goddess of time. A goddess long worshipped in this world.
Wynona (シローナ, Shirōna)
A slime spirit girl born after Falfa and Shalsha.

Media[edit]

Light novels[edit]

Originally, the series was published by Kisetsu Morita on the user-generated web novel site Shōsetsuka ni Narō in 2016. The publisher SB Creative acquired the series and then began publishing it on their GA Novel imprint as a light novel in January 2017. Twenty volumes have been released as of April 2022.

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
01 January 14, 2017[15]978-4-7973-9044-5April 24, 2018[16]978-0-3164-4828-4
02 April 15, 2017[17]978-4-7973-9176-3August 21, 2018[18]978-0-3164-4830-7
03 July 15, 2017[19]978-4-7973-9295-1December 11, 2018[20]978-1-9753-2937-2
04 October 13, 2017[21]978-4-7973-9296-8April 23, 2019[22]978-1-9753-8264-3
05 January 15, 2018[23][24]978-4-7973-9297-5
978-4-7973-9298-2 (special edition)
September 3, 2019[25]978-1-9753-8266-7
06 April 13, 2018[26]978-4-7973-9617-1December 24, 2019[27]978-1-9753-8268-1
07 July 14, 2018[28][29]978-4-7973-9619-5
978-4-7973-9618-8 (special edition)
June 23, 2020[30]978-1-9753-1292-3
08 November 15, 2018[31]978-4-7973-9913-4October 27, 2020[32]978-1-9753-1482-8
09 March 15, 2019[33][34]978-4-8156-0096-9
978-4-8156-0097-6 (special edition)
January 19, 2021[35]978-1-9753-1834-5
10 August 09, 2019[36]978-4-8156-0274-1August 24, 2021[37]978-1-9753-1835-2
11 December 12, 2019[38]978-4-8156-0275-8January 18, 2022[39]978-1-9753-3979-1
12 April 14, 2020[40][41]978-4-8156-0559-9
978-4-8156-0276-5 (special edition)
May 24, 2022[42]978-1-9753-4053-7
13 July 14, 2020[43]978-4-8156-0705-0September 20, 2022[44]978-1-9753-4055-1
14 October 14, 2020[45][46]978-4-8156-0651-0
978-4-8156-0650-3 (special edition)
15 January 14, 2021[47]978-4-8156-0706-7
16 April 13, 2021[48][49]978-4-8156-0708-1
978-4-8156-0707-4 (special edition)
17 June 12, 2021[50]978-4-8156-1090-6
18 September 14, 2021[51]978-4-8156-1091-3
19 December 14, 2021[52]978-4-8156-1347-1
20 April 14, 2022[53]978-4-8156-1393-8
21 August 11, 2022[54]978-4-8156-1640-3

In the volumes 5 to 7, and 20 of the light novel, a special story about the character Beelzebub was published at the end of those volumes. In September 2019, those stories were compiled into its own volume and the spin-off, called I Was a Bottom-Tier Bureaucrat for 1,500 Years, and the Demon King Made Me a Minister (ヒラ役人やって1500年、魔王の力で大臣にされちゃいました, Hira Yakunin Yatte 1500-nen, Maō no Chikara de Daijin ni Sarechaimashita), published by SB Creative on the GA Novel imprint with Kisetsu Morita and Benio as the author and illustrator, respectively.

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
September 13, 2019[55]978-4-8156-0116-4March 30, 2021[56]978-1-9753-1829-1

In the volumes 8 to 10 of the light novel, another spin-off light novel called Food for an Elf' (Japanese: エルフのごはん, Hepburn: Erufu no Gohan), a special story about the character Halkara was published at the end of those volumes.

In the volumes 11 to 13, 16, and 18 to 19 of the light novel, another spin-off light novel called Red Dragon Women Academy (レッドドラゴン女学院, Reddo Doragon Jogakuin, lit. Red Dragon Girls' Secondary School) a special story about the character Laika was published at the end of those volumes.

In the volume 17 of the light novel, another spin-off light novel called The White Journey of Margrave (Japanese: 辺境伯の真っ白旅, Hepburn: Henkyōhaku no Masshiro Tabi), a special story about the character Wynona was published at the end of those volume.

Manga[edit]

In June 2017, Square Enix began publishing a manga adaptation of the series by Yūsuke Shiba in their online website and smartphone app Gangan Online, with eleven tankōbon volumes released as of June 2022.

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 January 12, 2018[57]978-4-7575-5582-2January 28, 2020[58]978-1-9753-3302-7
2 June 22, 2018[59]978-4-7575-5751-2May 26, 2020[60]978-1-9753-0917-6
3 November 13, 2018[61]978-4-7575-5912-7October 10, 2020[62]978-1-9753-0920-6
4 April 12, 2019[63]978-4-7575-6085-7February 9, 2021[64]978-1-9753-0923-7
5 September 12, 2019[65]978-4-7575-6286-8March 9, 2021[66]978-1-9753-1752-2
6 February 12, 2020[67]978-4-7575-6502-9June 22, 2021[68]978-1-9753-1793-5
7 September 12, 2020[69]978-4-7575-6749-8December 14, 2021[70]978-1-9753-3577-9
8 March 12, 2021[71][72]978-4-7575-7122-8
978-4-7575-7123-5 (special edition)
April 26, 2022[73]978-1-9753-4068-1
9 June 11, 2021[74]978-4-7575-7321-5August 2, 2022[75]978-1-9753-4735-2
10 December 10, 2021[76]978-4-7575-7630-8
11 June 10, 2022[77]978-4-7575-7965-1

A manga adaptation of the spin-off light novel I Was a Bottom-Tier Bureaucrat for 1,500 Years, and the Demon King Made Me a Minister was launched on Square Enix's Gangan Online website and smartphone app, with Meishi Murakami reprising his work.

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 September 12, 2019[78]978-4-7575-6287-5April 20, 2021[79]978-1-9753-2410-0
2 February 12, 2020[80]978-4-7575-6503-6December 28, 2021[81]978-1-9753-2412-4
3 September 12, 2020[82]978-4-7575-6750-4April 26, 2022[83]978-1-9753-3805-3

A manga adaptation of the spin-off light novel Red Dragon Women Academy was launched on Square Enix's Manga UP! smartphone app, with Hitsujibako reprising his work.

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 December 10, 2021[84]978-4-7575-7631-5

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation was announced during a livestream for the "GA Fes 2019" event on October 19, 2019.[4] The series is animated by Revoroot and directed by Nobukage Kimura, with Tatsuya Takahashi handling series' composition, Keisuke Goto designing the characters, and Keiji Inai composing the series' music. The series aired from April 10 to June 26, 2021, on AT-X, Tokyo MX, and BS11.[85] Aoi Yūki performed the opening theme song "Gudafuwa Everyday" (ぐだふわエブリデー, Gudafuwa Eburidē, lit. Gudaguda and fluffy everyday), while Azumi Waki performed the ending theme song "Viewtiful Days!".[86] Crunchyroll licensed the series outside of Asia.[87] In Southeast Asia and South Asia, Muse Communication licensed the series and will stream it on iQIYI, Bilibili, CATCHPLAY+, and other platforms.[88][89] The company also has licensed the anime to Animax Asia for TV broadcasts.[90]

In January 2022, it was announced that a second season was green-lit.[91]

Episode list[edit]

No.Title [92][93]Directed by [92]Written by [92]Original air date [94]
Special"Special Program Just Before Broadcast"
Transcription: "Hōsō Chokuzen Tokuban" (Japanese: 放送直前特番)
Taku SawadaN/AApril 4, 2021 (2021-04-04)
1"I Maxed Out My Level"
Transcription: "Reberu Makkusu ni Natteita" (Japanese: レベルMAXになっていた)
Nobukage KimuraTatsuya TakahashiApril 10, 2021 (2021-04-10)
Aizawa Azusa accidentally works herself to death at 27 years old. A sympathetic Goddess reincarnates her as an immortal witch in a new world. Azusa is determined to live a peaceful life, building a farm in the mountains and hunting slimes every day to pass the time. 300 years pass and she becomes known as the Witch of the Highlands due to her medicinal knowledge. On a whim she has the adventurer’s guild measure her powers and finds the experience of killing multiple slimes every day for 300 years is equal to defeating 4380 dragons and she is now the strongest adventurer in the entire world. Soon her carefree life is repeatedly interrupted by challengers, including Laika, a legendary dragon, who challenges her and is defeated, though accidentally destroys Azusa’s house. Laika returns in the form of a young girl, hands over her treasure hoard to repair Azusa’s home, and asks to become Azusa’s pupil. Hoping it may make her life easier in the long run Azusa accepts Laika as her pupil/maid, deciding to show her that a little daily effort can go a long way, starting with building them a bigger house to live in.
2"Along Came the Girl"
Transcription: "Musume ga Kita" (Japanese: 娘が来た)
Nanase TomiiYutaka YasunagaApril 17, 2021 (2021-04-17)
Azusa is watched by a girl who swears revenge. Laika reveals attacks by villains and monsters are likely to increase now people know Azusa is strong, so they place a magic barrier around Flatta village. A child, Falfa, claims her sister, Shalsha, is trying to kill Azusa, and that Azusa is their mother. Azusa learns the sisters are actually 50 year old Slime Spirits formed from the souls of every slime Azusa has killed, and while Falfa considers Azusa their mother, Shalsha wants revenge for the slimes. Azusa’s magic is useless as Shalsha reveals she trained for 50 years to perfect her Smite Evil spell against Azusa. Laika protects Azusa and easily defeats Shalsha. Falfa explains that because Shalsha only trained Smite Evil to defeat Azusa, she is defenceless against everything else, and that Shalsha won’t be able to use it again for at least another 50 years. Forced to give up her grudge Shalsha decides to live happily. Azusa decides to become their mother and invites them to live with her. Shalsha agrees Azusa can keep killing slimes, but only the white ones which are evil. Azusa decides a life with a dragon pupil and slime daughters can be peaceful too.
3"Along Came an Elf"
Transcription: "Erufu ga Kita" (Japanese: エルフが来た)
Ryūta Imaizumi
Yoshiyuki Kumeda
Naohiro FukushimaApril 24, 2021 (2021-04-24)
Halkara, an elf girl, appears at Azusa’s home seeking help against the demon Beelzebub. She explains she created Nutri-Spirit, an energy drink, but it made Beelzebub ill so she fled to avoid punishment. Azusa agrees to take Halkara as her student and puts a barrier around her house. While gathering mushrooms Halkara carelessly eats one that has aphrodisiac effects and tries to seduce Azusa who punishes her. Azusa realises Beelzebub, the Lord of Flies, has been in the house disguised as a housefly the whole time. Azusa challenges her to a duel, during which Beelzebub flies into the barrier and passes out from shock. Azusa helps her recover, during which Beelzebub explains the Nutri-spirit didn’t make her sick; it actually gave her the energy to work all night, but then she overworked and made herself sick. Beelzebub actually wants more Nutri-spirit. Azusa punishes Halkara for wasting her time. Halkara decides to move her Nutri-spirit factory to Flatta to keep living with Azusa. Beelzebub agrees to visit again to settle her duel against Azusa in a friendly manner, and to visit Falfa and Shalsha. Azusa decides she can handle her new family growing even larger, until Laika suddenly announce she is returning to her own home.
4"We Went to a Dragon's Wedding"
Transcription: "Doragon no Kekkonshiki ni Itta" (Japanese: ドラゴンの結婚式に行った)
Takahiro ŌkawaYutaka YasunagaMay 1, 2021 (2021-05-01)
Laika clarifies she is only leaving temporarily to attend her older sister Leila’s wedding and they are all invited. Laika flies them to Mount Rokko, the volcanic home of the red dragons. Dragons from the enemy blue dragon clan crash the party led by Flatorte, a notorious bully who is jealous Laika’s sister is getting married before her, and so will use their ice breath to completely freeze Mount Rokko. Azusa decides not to interfere in an inter-clan issue but when a dragon endangers her daughters she defeats the blue dragons and forces Flatorte to flee the wedding. At Mount Rokko’s village Azusa finds Beelzebub, there for a hot spring vacation, draining the rest of the blue dragon’s magic. Laika forces the captured Flatorte to assume her human form and pay for the damages. Azusa also forces her to sign a peace treaty so she can never attack the red dragons again. At the wedding Flatorte begrudgingly wishes Leila well as a married woman. Laika asks Azusa if she can treat her as a sister now her own sister is married. Azusa is happy Laika is now her younger sister, Beelzebub her older sister, and Halkara her troublesome apprentice.
5"A Ghost Appeared"
Transcription: "Yūrei ga Deta" (Japanese: 幽霊が出た)
Yasunori GotōNaohiro FukushimaMay 8, 2021 (2021-05-08)
Halkara’s new factory has a ghost so she has been unable to hire workers. Azusa summons Beelzebub to help as she is scared of ghosts. Beelzebub forces the ghost to make itself visible, revealing she is a teenage girl called Rosalie who committed suicide centuries ago when her selfish parents sold her to be married to a cruel man. The factory used to be her family home and as a ghost she is trapped in the place she died. Beelzebub reveals if she possesses a human to travel outside the building she will be freed, so Azusa offers Halkara as a convenient vessel, thrilling Rosalie. At Azusa’s home Rosalie realises she is stuck in Halkara’s body, which Beelzebub explains could kill Halkara before long. Attempting to remove Rosalie proves difficult as she can’t be shaken out, exorcised out or even scared out. Hoping putting Rosalie to sleep will help they get her drunk, allowing Halkara to regain her body, then Rosalie is sobered up by dunking Halkara in freezing water, causing Rosalie to jump out of Halkara’s body. Revealing she can use magic Rosalie dispels the rumours about ghosts by making herself useful to the villagers, allowing Halkara to begin hiring workers.
6"Along Came a Leviathan"
Transcription: "Rivaiasan ga Kita" (Japanese: リヴァイアサンが来た)
Kyōsuke TakadaTatsuya TakahashiMay 15, 2021 (2021-05-15)
Beelzebub announces Azusa will receive the Demon Medal of Honour for ending the war between the dragon clans, meaning they must visit the Demon Realm. Rosalie worries she won’t be able to wear a nice dress since ghosts are permanently stuck in the outfit they died in. Since no spell exists to change a ghost’s appearance Azusa decides to create the spell herself and manages to successfully change Rosalie into a dress. Beelzebub arrives with a giant flying whale demon named Fatla to transport them to the Demon Realm. Fatla is so large she carries a luxury hotel on her back run by her sister Vania. After spending the night they arrive at the demon capital city Vanzeld to meet the Demon King. The Demon King turns out to be a little girl, Provat Pecora Allieres, who is a fan of Azusa and of Halkara’s Nutri-Spirit drink. Halkara, not initially realising Provat is Demon King, makes several rude remarks and has to grovel for forgiveness. Provat finds her funny and forgives her, only for Halkara to head-butt her while rising from her grovelling position. With Provat unconscious Halkara is arrested for attacking Demon Royalty and sentenced to death.
7"We Beat Up a Demon King"
Transcription: "Maō o Taoshichatta" (Japanese: 魔王を倒しちゃった)
Shinichi OmataTatsuya TakahashiMay 22, 2021 (2021-05-22)
Azusa hatches a plan to wake Provat using a foul tasting potion. Provat wakes up and accuses Azusa of trying to poison her, then challenges her to a duel. Azusa destroys Provat’s sword so Provat agrees to spare Halkara but then admits she has been seeking someone stronger than her and declares Azusa is her big sister. Forced to agree Azusa pretends to be a domineering big sister and forces Provat (now insisting on being called Pecora) to free Halkara. Pecora admits she has a “submission complex” and wants Azusa to boss her around. At the medal of honour ceremony Pecora gives medals to Azusa and to Laika and Flatorte to celebrate the end of the dragon war. She also forces Flatorte to let Azusa touch her horns as a sign of peace. Flatorte reveals Azusa touching her horns means Azusa is now her master, so she must serve Azusa forever or commit suicide. Azusa realises Pecora manipulated her into having to take Flatorte home with her so she orders Flatorte to think and act for herself, freeing Flatorte from servitude through a loophole. Flatorte decides to live with her anyway and starts calling Azusa Mama, leading to sibling rivalry with Laika.
8"A Fake Witch of the Highlands Appeared"
Transcription: "Kōgen no Majo no Nisemono ga Deta" (Japanese: 高原の魔女の偽物が出た)
Ryūta YamamotoNaohiro FukushimaMay 29, 2021 (2021-05-29)
Laika and Flatorte bicker constantly. Falfa and Shalsha believe they are grumpy from not having eaten fresh meat. Natalie from the guild brings news of a boar infestation, delighting Laika and Flatorte. After killing the boars Beelzebub and Fatla arrive and organise a feast of boar meat. Laika and Flatorte admit they were bickering over taking turns sleeping next to Azusa, so Azusa lets them both sleep in her bed. Azusa realises someone has been impersonating her. While gathering information they stumble into a pub that specialises in serving masochists and the owner offers to identify fake Azusa if they spend time abusing her customers, which Azusa and Laika discover they have a talent for. The fake is an old woman who tries to flee but is caught and transforms into a young witch named Eno. Eno explains she is a medicine maker and wants to be famous but at the same time doesn’t want too many people to recognise her. Azusa suggests she sell her medicines but in character as an idol girl so she will be both famous and completely anonymous. Her medicine proves to be so popular she asks Azusa’s advice on expanding her business, and Halkara even considers making her a business partner at her factory.
9"My Daughter Turned Into a Slime and Couldn't Change Back"
Transcription: "Musume ga Suraimu Kara Modorenaku Natta" (Japanese: 娘がスライムから戻れなくなった)
Ryūta Imaizumi
Yoshiyuki Kumeda
Yutaka YasunagaJune 5, 2021 (2021-06-05)
Falfa somehow turns into a Slime and can’t turn back. Beelzebub suggests they ask Intelligent-Slime who lives in Pecora’s castle. Intelligent-Slime does not know but points them to Magician-Slime atop a nearby mountain. Magician-Slime explains she was a slime but used transformation magic to become human. She instantly diagnoses that Falfa is in her “sleep form”, meaning she must have pulled a muscle in her sleep, making it too difficult to maintain a human form. As she did this on instinct she must learn how to transform back and suggests asking Fighter-Slime who gained her human form by studying martial arts. They locate Fighter-Slime at a fighting tournament which Azusa and Beelzebub both enter. Beelzebub defeats Fighter-Slime who helps Falfa turn back to human. Beelzebub demands Azusa fight her in the final to settle their old duel. Azusa refuses to lose while her daughters are watching and defeats Beelzebub again. Beelzebub later points out that, having won the tournament, Azusa’s fame will spread further and cause her even more problems. Fighter-Slime asks to become Azusa’s student, but is defeated when she senses from Azusa’a aura how many slimes she has killed, so she becomes the student of the reluctant Beelzebub instead.
10"A Minstrel Came to Town"
Transcription: "Gin'yū Shijin ga Kita" (Japanese: 吟遊詩人が来た)
Nanase TomiiYutaka YasunagaJune 12, 2021 (2021-06-12)
Schifanoia, a rabbit-girl musician, visits Flatta village but her Death Music doesn’t impress the villagers. She passes out from hunger so Azusa takes her home where she reveals her real name is Kuku. She has been failing as a musician for sixty-three years and is now considering getting a real job. Azusa advises she continue if it makes her happy. Flatorte, a music fan, points out Death Music isn’t popular anymore, plus Kuku isn’t that talented. Azusa suggests changing her style and asks everyone to think of new lyrics. Laika sings about devotion to Azusa, Halkara a song promoting her nutri-drink, Falfa and Shalsha sing about grasshoppers and Rosalie sings about the depression of being dead. Kuku decides to abandon her Schifanoia persona and write a song inspired by Azusa and her family. Beelzebub arrives, hears Kuku’s new song and demands she perform at the demon music festival. Kuku suffers stage fright at the thought of such a large audience but is helped through it by Flatorte, performing her song “Thank You” to massive applause. Her breakout performance leads to hundreds of offers to play at other concerts. Kuku thanks everyone for believing in her, especially Flatorte who tells her to keep playing whatever style makes her happy, no matter what.
11"I Ate a Mushroom and Turned Into a Child"
Transcription: "Kinoko o Tabete Kodomo ni Natta" (Japanese: キノコを食べて子供になった)
Atsushi KashiwaTatsuya TakahashiJune 19, 2021 (2021-06-19)
Halkara accidentally feeds Azusa a magical mushroom, turning Azusa into a child. Azusa is annoyed but Laika and Flatorte are delighted. Azusa summons Beelzebub, who is unable to resist her cuteness but agrees to take her to Pecora who is also smitten with Azusa’s cuteness but directs her to a dungeon within a giant World Tree where an alchemist lives. Azusa expects a dangerous journey but finds the tree has been turned into a 108 floor tourist attraction where the higher they travel, the more money the tickets cost. Navigating the tourist traps takes time and they stay overnight in a hot spring on floor 38, then the next night on floor 84. Reaching floor 108 the alchemist, a young girl, gives her the cure, pills made by Eno. Eno arrives and is surprised Azusa climbed the tree when wyverns could have flown her to the top, plus the medicine is available in Eno’s shop close to Azusa’s home. Azusa returns to Pecora’s castle and takes the pills, but forgets to change clothes first so when she grows her clothes tear and leave her naked, to Pecora’s delight. Tired and dirty Azusa insists everyone bathe together, including Pecora who asks if she can grope Azusa’s adult breasts, chasing her around the bathroom.
12"We Opened a Coffee Shop"
Transcription: "Kissaten o Hiraita" (Japanese: 喫茶店を開いた)
Nobukage KimuraNaohiro FukushimaJune 26, 2021 (2021-06-26)

The group visits Flatta which is preparing for the dance festival, a two-day event to celebrate the harvest. Azusa had previously distanced herself from past dance festivals, but having bonded with the others, wants to do something for the festival. During lunch at a cafe, Azusa gets inspiration from observing the strengths of others to run the coffee shop "The Witch's House" on the eve of the festival. In preparation for the festival, Azusa and the others try their waitress uniforms, prepare the menu, set up the coffee shop and distribute flyers to the Flatta townsfolk. On the eve of the festival, seeing the long queue to their coffee shop, Azusa opens the coffee shop one hour early and starts serving the customers with the others. As the coffee shop gets busier throughout the day, Beelzebub, Vania and Fatla and even Pecora pitch in to help, and Slime Fighter, Eno and Kuku also visit the coffee shop. With their help, Azusa and the others manage to serve all the customers and close up shop. Azusa thanks the others for making the coffee shop a success before they take a break while she reflects on the events of the series.

The next day, with the others wanting to visit the dance festival, Azusa decides to take the group to the dance festival on the night. Azusa gets a knock on the door which she opens, greeting the person which starts her day.

Reception[edit]

The light novel ranked ninth in 2019 in Takarajimasha's annual light novel guide book Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! in the tankōbon category.[95]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The serialization on "Manga Up!" started on February 12, 2018.
  2. ^ The serialization in Gangan Online was from July 13 to September 28, 2017.
  3. ^ The serialization on Manga Up! started on April 13, 2018.
  4. ^ The serialization on Manga Up! started on March 4, 2019.
  5. ^ The serialization in Manga Up! and Gangan Online was from July 15 to November 9, 2019.
  6. ^ The serialization in Shōsetsuka ni Narō was from January 24 to February 1, 2021.
  7. ^ The serialization on "Gangan Online" started on August 29, 2019.
  8. ^ The serialization on Gangan Online app started on April 10, 2021; on Gangan Online web started on April 29, 2021.[2]
  9. ^ After that, the serialization on Shōsetsuka ni Narō ended on November 2021.

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