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Seirei Gensouki: Spirit Chronicles
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First light novel volume cover
精霊幻想記
(Seirei Gensōki)
GenreIsekai[1]
Novel series
Written byYuri Kitayama
Published byShōsetsuka ni Narō
Original runFebruary 12, 2014October 30, 2020[2]
Volumes10
Light novel
Written byYuri Kitayama
Illustrated byRiv
Published byHobby Japan
English publisher
ImprintHJ Bunko
DemographicMale
Original runOctober 1, 2015 – present
Volumes22 (List of volumes)
Manga
Written byYuri Kitayama
Illustrated bytenkla
Published byHobby Japan
MagazineComic Fire
DemographicShōnen
Original runOctober 2016February 2017
Manga
Written byYuri Kitayama
Illustrated byFutago Minaduki
Published byHobby Japan
English publisher
ImprintHJ Comics
MagazineComic Fire
DemographicShōnen
Original runJuly 2017 – present
Volumes8 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byOsamu Yamasaki
Produced by
  • Atsushi Aitani
  • Nobuhiko Kurosu
  • Souji Miyagi
  • Masahiko Nagano
  • Kei Nishi
  • Shinji Oomori
  • Yuiko Ootomo
  • Tomoko Shibuya
  • Risa Murakawa
  • Yuuichirou Wada
  • Takamasa Hattori
Written byOsamu Yamasaki
Music byYasuyuki Yamazaki
StudioTMS Entertainment
Licensed byCrunchyroll
Original networkTV Tokyo, BS Fuji, AT-X
Original run July 6, 2021 – present
Episodes12 (List of episodes)

Seirei Gensouki: Spirit Chronicles (精霊幻想記, Seirei Gensōki) is a Japanese light novel series written by Yuri Kitayama and illustrated by Riv. It was serialized online between February 2014 and October 2020 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It was later acquired by Hobby Japan, which has published the series under its HJ Bunko imprint since October 2015 . A manga adaptation with art by tenkla was serialized online via Hobby Japan's Comic Fire website from October 2016 to February 2017, being discontinued because of the artist's poor health. A second manga adaptation with art by Futago Minaduki has been serialized online via the same website since July 2017. Both the light novel and the second manga have been licensed in North America by J-Novel Club. An anime television series adaptation by TMS Entertainment aired from July to September 2021. A second season has been announced.

Plot[edit]

Haruto Amakawa is a young man who died before he could reunite with his childhood friend who disappeared five years ago. Rio is a boy living in the slums of the Bertram Kingdom who wants revenge on behalf of his mother, who was murdered in front of him when he was five years old. Earth and another world. Two people with completely different backgrounds and values. For some reason, Haruto, who should have died, is resurrected in Rio's body. As the two are confused over their memories and personalities fusing together, Rio (Haruto) decides to live in this new world. Along with Haruto's memories, Rio awakens a "special power," and it seems that if he uses it well, he can live a better life. Complicating matters, Rio suddenly encounters a kidnapping involving the two princesses of the Bertram Kingdom.

Characters[edit]

Main[edit]

Haruto Amakawa (天川春人, Amakawa Haruto) / Rio (リオ)
Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Ayaka Suwa (young)[3] (Japanese); Kieran Regan, Fionn Kinsella (young)[4] (English)
Haruto Amakawa was a Japanese college student who died in an unfortunate bus accident and reincarnated as Rio, an orphan from the slums of the Kingdom's capital, Bertram. Rio grew up swearing to avenge his mother's death, though his personality later shifted due to him regaining his memories as Haruto. He saved the kidnapped Princess Flora, and as a reward, was allowed to enroll in the Bertram Kingdom Royal Institute. Later, due to a false accusation, he became a fugitive before he could graduate and was forced to flee the country. Rio traveled far east to his mother's homeland to find his roots and stabilize his mixed personality. There, Rio meets his grandparents and cousin, learning of his royal heritage. Years later, he returned to the west with a new identity under Haruto's name, aiming to take his revenge on his parents' enemies. His most striking feature is his black hair, which is extremely rare among the population.
Celia Claire (セリア=クレール, Seria Kurēru)
Voiced by: Akane Fujita[3] (Japanese); Madeline Dorroh[4] (English)
Celia was Rio's teacher and his only companion when he was studying at Bertram Royal Academy. On his first day of school, she taught him how to read and write numbers. She and Rio spent a lot of time together in her laboratory. She gradually fell in love with Rio. When Rio returned to Bertram to visit her, he found out that Celia was being forced to become Charles Arbour's seventh wife. After Rio saved her, they lived in Rock House for a time, and Celia learned how to perceive magic power and some fundamentals of spirit magic. Celia is currently in the midst of traveling to the Resistance along with the First Princess Christina and her royal guard.
Aishia (アイシア)
Voiced by: Yūki Kuwahara[3] (Japanese); Morgan Garrett[4] (English)
Aishia is Rio's contracted spirit. She is willing to do anything for the sake of Haruto's happiness. Rio learned that she is an upper high-class spirit after he met the Spirit of the giant tree, Dryad.
Endo Suzune (遠藤涼音, Suzune Endo) / Latifa (ラティーファ, Ratīfa)
Voiced by: Tomori Kusunoki[3] (Japanese); Julia Gu[4] (English)
Endo Suzune was an elementary school student who died on the same bus with Haruto and Rikka, and reincarnated as a young fox beastkin girl named Lafitfa. Originally an enemy of Rio who was enslaved by Duke Hugenot with a collar of submission and trained to be a merciless assassin, she was defeated and set free by Rio, later opting to follow him on his journey due to him resembling Haruto on the bus, where he would reunite her with her kin folk. She is extremely attached to Rio, having become his adoptive little sister, though it is strongly implied that she has romantic feelings for Rio (partially due to her past as Suzune), and she is very jealous of other girls when they interact with Rio.
Miharu Ayase (綾瀬美春, Ayase Miharu)
Voiced by: Sayaka Harada[3] (Japanese); Sarah Anne Williams[4] (English)
Miharu Ayase is Haruto's first love and childhood friend. She long waited to be reunited with Haruto after his parents' divorce. Rio found Miharu and company in the forest, was confused about how to interact with her again as his moral values were different from those when he was Haruto. He also detested the idea of involving Miharu in his revenge quest. Later, Aishia bestowed a dream upon Miharu about Haruto and Rio's past before they reunited. This spurred Miharu to approach Rio more aggressively compared to her usual shy and timid personality. She later told Takahisa that she is in love with Haruto as his past self and as Rio. Takahisa attempts to kidnap Miharu but Rio saved her.
Christina Beltrum (クリスティーナ=ベルトラム, Kurisutīna Berutoramu)
Voiced by: Sayumi Suzushiro[3] (Japanese); Madeleine Morris[5] (English)
Rio first meets Princess Christina in the slums when she was searching for her abducted sister Flora. The princess did not know how to interact with the common folk and slapped him because she thought he was the kidnapper. During their time at the academy, she avoided talking to him and didn't oppose framing him for a crime. Rio met with her at the banquet in the Garlac Kingdom, and despite being watched by the Arbour faction, she secretly thanked him for saving her sister in Amande. After, Rio met with her again as he accompanied Celia. Christina had escaped the Arbour faction and asked him for help in getting to Rodania. Seeing the trust between Rio and Celia, she suspects Haruto to be Rio, and her suspicions are later confirmed by Reiss.
Flora Beltrum (フローラ=ベルトラム, Furōra Berutoramu)
Voiced by: Kaede Hondo[3] (Japanese); Madeleine Morris[5] (English)
The second princess of the Beltram Kingdom and younger sister of Christina Beltram. She is kind by nature and loved by the people. She was enrolled in the Royal Institute one year below Rio. Due to the false charges against him, Rio is extremely wary of Flora. At the same time, he has no grudge toward her personally as he knows she did not frame him. Flora is the first inhabitant of the Beltram Kingdom to recognize Rio despite his disguise. During the academy era, Flora was sad seeing the treatment Rio received from the nobles and always wanted to talk to him. Flora has great admiration for Rio.
Satsuki Sumeragi (皇沙月)
A Japanese high school student who got summoned to another world as a Hero descended in Galwark Kingdom. Though at first, she refused to act as a hero, she later agreed to do it as long as the kingdom agreed in helping her find a way for her to return home to Japan. However, Satsuki soon becomes quite depressed and lost her positivity, she spent her time in solitude, nevertheless, she deals with all the nobles that are trying to curry her favor aiming for her authority and knowing that the kingdom, in reality, wants her to stay, Satsuki has become quite cold and cautious. After reuniting with Miharu and the Sendou siblings with the help of Haruto, Satsuki gradually regained her confidence.
Rikka Minamoto (源立夏, Minamoto Rikka) / Liselotte Cretia (リーゼロッテ=クレティア, Rīzerotte Kuretia)
Voiced by: Nao Tōyama[3] (Japanese); Jenny Yokobori[5] (English)
Liselotte Cretia is the youngest child and only daughter of Duke Cretia, a prominent Noble household in Galwark Kingdom. She graduated from the royal academy after skipping grades several times and founded an international enterprise at the age of 15. She is the governor of one of the most prosperous cities in the kingdom. Liselotte possesses the memories of Rikka Minamoto, a high school girl from Japan that also died in the accident with Haruto and Suzune. She first encountered Rio when he visited her business while he was a fugitive. He was unaware that the clerk serving him was Liselotte herself. Liselotte produced modern items with the intention of encountering other reincarnated people, and Rio was suspicious of this. Liselotte views Haruto as a capable man, unlike any noble she has met, and is awed by him. After Haruto received his title, Liselotte attempted to connect with him. She accompanied Haruto when he escorted Christina to Galwark. Liselotte finally confessed to her reincarnation, and Haruto told her that he trusted her more than anyone else in Galwark and he intends to keep their relationship more casual, which makes her happy.

Nobles[edit]

Roanna Fontaine (ロアナ=フォンティーヌ, Roana Fontīnu)
Voiced by: Sayaka Kaneko[3] (Japanese); Courtney Meeker[5] (English)
Roana Fontaine is a noble girl of the Duke Fontaine house from Beltram, a house famed for magic research and high aptitude for magic. During her childhood, she was Christina and Flora's playmate and friend, but she always kept a respectful distance due to the difference in status between them. During her time at the academy together with Christina, she became the class representative and her school grades were always just under Christina's and Rio's. She always kept her distance from Rio, and when she met him again as Haruto she respected him as her and Flora's savior. They treat each other cordially but they are not close. Later she escapes the kingdom together with Princess Flora and joins the founded Restoration group as the hero's attendant and now as Hiroaki's fiancée.
Alfred Emerle (アルフレッド=エマール, Arufureddo Emāru)
Voiced by: Kenji Hamada[3] (Japanese); Gabe Kunda[5] (English)
Alfred Emal is the King's sword and the strongest knight of the Beltrum Kingdom.
Charles Arbor (シャルル=アルボー, Sharuru Arubō)
Voiced by: Atsushi Tamaru[3] (Japanese); Blythe Melin[5] (English)
The son of Duke Helmut Arbor. He was the royal guard's vice commander until Flora's kidnapping, he tried to force Rio to falsely confess to being Flora's kidnapper and torturing him just a way to protect his position or avoid embarrassment. Flora woke up on time and caught Charles, confirming Rio as her savior. Enraged by his intentions, Charles is demoted from the royal guard. He would then use a secret pact with Reiss to take control of a new knight order and try forcing Celia to marry him after accusing her father of treason. Currently, he is made a prisoner of war after being captured by Haruto, unaware that he is Rio.
Lucius
Voiced by: Kohsuke Toriumi
The man who murdered Rio's mother. Lucius was the heir of the Orgueille household with an undeniable sword talent, but was very low-ranked and unappreciated by other nobles, which led to his family's downfall. Alfred describes Lucius as someone who can be his rival. Lucius left young Rio alive in the slums expecting to see him again that proved to be a fatal mistake when the adult Rio easily killed him.
Reiss Vulfe (レイス=ヴォルフ, Reisu Vuorufu)
Voiced by: Kōji Yusa[3] (Japanese); Connor Colquhoun[5] (English)
The series' main antagonist, Reiss is an ambassador from the Proxia Empire and since has conspired to start a war in the Strahl region for unknown reasons. His plans are usually derailed by Rio's interference. One of his associates is Lucius. He possesses knowledge from thousand years ago.

Summoned[edit]

Aki Sendou (千堂亜紀)
Voiced by: Marika Kouno
In Japan, she is Haruto's half-sister and always felt special with him and Miharu. After her mother's husband discovered that Aki wasn't his daughter, he divorced her mother and took Haruto with him. They lived alone for several years until her mother got married again to Takahisa and Masato's father. Aki's begging for Haruto's return never came and her devotion for him turned to hatred. On her first day at middle school when Aki was going back home along with Miharu and Masato, she got dragged into Satsuki and Takahisa's hero summoning. She, Miharu, and Masato appeared on grassland near the border of the Galarc and Centostella kingdom, they walked together until they had reached a highway, where they were spotted by a slave trader that tried to kidnap them, but they were quickly saved by Rio, Haruto's reincarnation.
Masato Sendou (千堂雅人)
Voiced by: Aguri Ōnishi
The second son of the man who married Haruto and Aki's mother after the divorce. On the first day of his sixth year at his elementary school, he was dragged into Takahisa and Satsuki's hero summoning. After being rescued by Rio he began to treat him as an older brother, although Masato was never told before that Haruto was his older stepbrother, as Aki considered it a taboo. He is invited to the Rock House where Rio explains everything to Miharu, Aki, and him. He later found out that Haruto is his stepbrother.
Takahisa Sendou (千堂貴久)
Takahisa is a Japanese high school student, along with his little brother Masato, and stepsister Aki. He is affiliated with Centostella to become the kingdom's Hero after being caught in a summoning together with his senior Satsuki. Takahisa started off as an upright person with a strong sense of moral justice and overprotective until coming to the other world he is shown to be insecure and possessive. He is determined to reunite with his siblings, and Miharu, whom he has a crush on, despite Satsuki's claims that they are safer where they are now. Takahisa did not pay any mind to Miharu's feelings for Rio or the fact that he had another stepbrother, Haruto.
Rui Shigekura (ルイ・シゲクラ)
Rui is the Hero belonging to the Beltram Kingdom. He is half-Japanese and half-American and the heir of a CEO company, and accompanied by his senpai Rei, classmate Kouta, and his girlfriend Akane before being summoned and dragged to the Stralh region. Just after the summoning he slowly understood the other world's language, something that eventually drives Kouta away due to inferiority complex, causing Rui to question his friendships. Rui somewhat has a collaborative and cordial relationship with military men and the other heroes. Rui would join the search party of Christina the Restoration representative.
Sakata Hiroaki (坂田弘明)
Hiroaki is a hikikomori and a college ronin despite having good grades from his high school. He expended in full reading novels, playing RPGs, one day he was summoned to Stralh region as a Hero. Upon his meeting with Flora, and receiving an explanation from her and Duke Huguenot, Hiroaki comes to the conclusion that he is this "world's protagonist" and by inflating his ego he basically takes his time in picking up ladies. He was made part of Huguenot's entourage while he visited different influential people from the Galarc kingdom in the search for support to his faction like Liselotte and king François. His poor performance leads Rio into proving him that daily training is necessary, and his new status does not make a Hero a map-bomb.
Renji Kikuchi (菊池 蓮司)
Unlike the other summoned heroes, Renji cuts ties with the Rubia Kingdom and became an adventurer afflicted with the Proxia Empire. He has a bit of the chuuni syndrome. Arrogant of the magic he is bestowed on, Renji doesn't hesitate to harm those who make fun of him. After getting brutally beaten by Lucius, Silvia the First Princess reprimands Renji of his superego, though he doesn't wish to make Silvia his enemy. When fulfilling his debt to Reiss, Renji cooperates with mercenaries until a knight (Rio) confronted them and killed Lucius, making Renji see how reckless he had always been. He soon thinks about making up with Silvia and her country.
Erika Sakuraba (桜葉エリカ)
Amongst the heroes that were summoned, Erika has the topmost position who leads the country's republic that she founded after engineering a revolt by releasing civilians from tyranny royalists and turned against them. She is regarded as a Saint and possessing a divine mace, however, on her end prospects the inhabitants of the other world as convicts for robbing of her life back in Japan. Erika was a university lecturer in Japan with a lover, and due to being separated from all that, developed multiple personality disorder. Because of this, Erika takes action in provoking democrats and royalists into surrendering their power when it is necessary for world progress. If these were to fail, Erika would go so far as to kidnap important figures like Liselotte, and Rio gets involved to stop her.

Seirei no Tami[edit]

Sara (サラ)
Voiced by: Hiyori Nitta[3] (Japanese); Anjali Kunapaneni[5] (English)
Sara is a silver wolf beastkin girl and a descendant of one of the village elders. She is head elder to-be, thanks to possessing a contract with a mid-class spirit, and a member of her village's warrior group. She is one of Dryad's priestesses. When Rio began his life in the village she was ordered to live with him and Latifa, as a way of compensating Rio for the misunderstanding when he entered the village's barrier. She helped Latifa adapt to life in the village. At the same time that Rio was learning to use the spirit arts from Ouphia and Ursula, she and Alma taught Latifa spirit arts, the spirit folk's language, and traditions to prepare her for normal lessons with the rest of the village's children. After being defeated by Rio after his mock battle with Uzuma, she began to learn martial arts from him. Years later, Ouphia and Alma aided Miharu's group in adapting to the village and later to transport them back to the Stralh region. There they protected the Rock House, Celia, Aki, and Masato while Rio was away. After Rio's and Miharu's return, Ouphia and Alma helped Rio to escort Christina's group until Rodania. She has a crush on Rio.
Alma (アルマ, Aruma)
Voiced by: Asuka Nishi[3] (Japanese); Christina Costello[5] (English)
Alma is an elder dwarf girl and descendant of one of the three current head elders. She is a chief elder-to-be due to having a contract with a mid-class spirit, a member of her village's warriors group, and one of Dryad's priestesses. When Rio began to live in the village she was ordered, along with Sara and Ouphia, to live with him and Latifa, and to help him and Latifa with whatever they may need. She and Sara taught Latifa spirit arts, the spirit folk's language, and traditions and prepared her for normal lessons with the rest of the village's children. After seeing how Rio defeated Uzuma she began to learn martial arts from him. Years later when Rio came back to the village she helped Miharu's group adapt to life there. Later she, Sara, and Ouphia helped Rio transport them back to the Stralh region. There, the three protected the Rock House. After Rio and Miharu's return, Sara and Ouphia helped Christina's group escape from Creia and escorted them to Rodania.
Ouphia (オーフィア, Ōfia)
Voiced by: Yukina Shutō[3] (Japanese); Jad Saxton[5] (English)
Ouphia is a villager in the spirit village. When Rio began to live in the village she was ordered, along with Sara and Alma, to live with him and Latifa, and to help him and Latifa with whatever they may need. She and Ursula taught Rio the proper way to use spirit arts. Years later, when Rio came back to the village she helped Miharu's group adapt to life there. Later she, Sara, and Alma helped Rio transport them back to the Stralh region. There, the three protected the Rock House. After Rio and Miharu's return, Sara and Ouphia helped Christina's group escape from Creia and escorted them to Rodania.

Media[edit]

Light novels[edit]

The light novel is written by Yuri Kitayama and illustrated by Riv. Hobby Japan has published twenty-two volumes since October 2015 under its HJ Bunko imprint. The light novels are licensed in North America by J-Novel Club.[6][7]

No. Title Original release date English release date
1Kingdom of Lies
Itsuwari no Ōkoku (偽りの王国)
October 1, 2015[8]
978-4-79861-098-6
August 20, 2018[9]
978-1-71832-800-6
  • Prologue
  • Chapter 1: Past Life
  • Chapter 2: Another World
  • Chapter 3: False Accusation
  • Chapter 4: Royal Academy Enrollment
  • Chapter 5: Five Years Later
  • Chapter 6: The Outdoor Drill
  • Chapter 7: The Truth of the Lie
  • Epilogue
2Blessing of the Spirits
Seirei no Shukufuku (精霊の祝福)
December 1, 2015[10]
978-4-79861-130-3
November 15, 2018[11]
978-1-71832-802-0
  • Prologue: Endo Suzune
  • Chapter 1: Journey to the Neighboring Country
  • Chapter 2: Assassin Girl
  • Interlude: Latifa's Memory
  • Chapter 3: Connection
  • Chapter 4: Encounter
  • Chapter 5: Misunderstanding
  • Chapter 6: Life in the Village
  • Chapter 7: Uninvited Guest
  • Chapter 8: Bonds
  • Epilogue
3Requiem for a Goodbye
Ketsubetsu no Chinkonka (決別の鎮魂歌)
March 1, 2016[12]
978-4-79861-186-0
February 4, 2019[13]
978-1-71832-804-4
  • Prologue: Heritage Clues
  • Chapter 1: Life in the Village
  • Chapter 2: Passing Days at the Village
  • Chapter 3: Turmoil
  • Chapter 4: Parting
  • Chapter 5: To the Capital
  • Chapter 6: To the Capital Once More
  • Chapter 7: To the Village
  • Chapter 8: An Unexpected Visitor
  • Chapter 9: Omes of Farewell
  • Chapter 10: A Resolute Departure
  • Epilogue: In A World Like This
4Eternal You
Yūkyū no Kimi (悠久の君)
June 1, 2016[14]
978-4-79861-235-5
April 9, 2019[15]
978-1-71832-806-8
  • Prologue: Latifa's Secret Diary
  • Chapter 1: Homecoming
  • Chapter 2: Upon Returning
  • Interlude: Adrift in Another World
  • Chapter 3: Meeting You In This World
  • Chapter 4: Explaining The Circumstances
  • Chapter 5: Meeting Who In This World?
  • Chapter 6: Shopping
  • Interlude: Summoning A Hero?! Sakata Hiroaki On The Scene!
  • Chapter 7: Preparing To Move
  • Chapter 8: Operating in the Shadows
  • Epilogue: To You, My Precious Person
5The Silver Bride
Hakugin no Hanayome (白銀の花嫁)
September 1, 2016[16]
978-4-79861-283-6
June 10, 2019[17]
978-1-71832-808-2
  • Prologue: Latifa's Secret Diary 2
  • Chapter 1: A Chance Meeting and Welcome
  • Interlude: Talented Woman, Liselotte Cretia
  • Chapter 2: New Life in the Village
  • Chapter 3: To Strahl Again
  • Interlude: Celia’s Woes
  • Chapter 4: Reunion with Celia
  • Chapter 5: The Silver Bride
  • Chapter 6: Against The Beltrum Royal Army
  • Epilogue: The Cerulean Lady
6Twilight Overture
Ōma no Pureryūdo (逢魔の前奏曲)
December 29, 2016[18]
978-4-79861-343-7
August 12, 2019[19]
978-1-71832-810-5
  • Prologue
  • Chapter 1: The Plan From Here
  • Chapter 2: The First Night
  • Interlude: Playing in the Water!
  • Chapter 3: Shopping
  • Chapter 4: Infiltrating the Claire Estate
  • Interlude: Behind the Departure...
  • Chapter 5: Infiltrating Rodania
  • Interlude: Mii-chan
  • Chapter 6: Encounter
  • Chapter 7: Ambush
  • Chapter 8: Dilemma
  • Interlude: Meanwhile, the Hero and Mastermind...
  • Chapter 9: A Heroic Tale
  • Epilogue
7Daybreak Rondo
Yoake no Rondo (夜明けの輪舞曲)
April 1, 2017[20]
978-4-79861-429-8
November 1, 2019[21]
978-1-71832-812-9
  • Prologue: An Unexpected Encounter
  • Chapter 1: The Road to Amande
  • Interlude: Let’s Make Uniforms!
  • Chapter 2: Arrival in Amande
  • Interlude: Meanwhile, in the Proxia Empire
  • Chapter 3: Intruders
  • Chapter 4: Apology
  • Interlude: A Day in the Life of Miharu
  • Chapter 5: Evils Lurking Near
  • Chapter 6: Their Respective Nights
  • Chapter 7: Another Attack
  • Chapter 8: Daybreak Rondo
  • Epilogue
8Beyond Memories
Tsuioku no Kanata (追憶の彼方)
September 1, 2017[22]
978-4-79861-516-5
January 13, 2020[23]
978-1-71832-814-3
  • Prologue: Beyond Memories
  • Chapter 1: Atonement
  • Chapter 2: Return
  • Chapter 3: A Discussion and a Request
  • Chapter 4: Your Shadow
  • Chapter 5: Departure
  • Chapter 6: Chance Encounter
  • Chapter 7: To Amande Once More
  • Chapter 8: Dreamland to Tomorrow
  • Epilogue: Satsuki Afterwards
9Heroes in the Moonlight
Gekka no Yūsha (月下の勇者)
December 29, 2017[24]
978-4-79861-606-3
April 13, 2020[25]
978-1-71832-816-7
  • Prologue: Reflection
  • Chapter 1: The Days Leading to the Banquet
  • Chapter 2: To the Capital, Galtuuk
  • Chapter 3: Sumeragi Satsuki
  • Chapter 4: Secret Reunion
  • Chapter 5: Banquet, Day 1
  • Chapter 6: Banquet, Before Day 2. And in the Shadows...
  • Chapter 7: Banquet, Turmoil of Day 2
  • Epilogue: The Wandering Knight
10Forget-Me-Not of Rebirth
Rin'ne no Wasurenagusa (輪廻の勿忘草)
March 31, 2018[26]
978-4-79861-677-3
July 5, 2020[27]
978-1-71832-818-1
  • Prologue: Determination
  • Chapter 1: After the Audience
  • Chapter 2: Banquet Day 3
  • Chapter 3: Their Respective Feelings
  • Chapter 4: A Family Reunion
  • Chapter 5: A Duel and the Result
  • Epilogue: Rebirth of Childhood Friends
11Sonata of Beginnings
Hajimari no Sōmeikyoku (始まりの奏鳴曲)
September 1, 2018[28]
978-4-79861-748-0
September 6, 2020[29]
978-1-71832-820-4
  • Chapter 1: After the Uproar
  • Chapter 2: Masato’s Decision
  • Chapter 3: Farewell, Onto a New Journey
  • Interlude: Sakata Hiroaki’s Interlude
  • Chapter 4: Celia’s Decision
  • Chapter 5: Chance Encounter
  • Interlude: The Pursuers
  • Chapter 6: Escape
12Battlefield Symphony
Senjō no Kōkyōkyoku (戦場の交響曲)
December 1, 2018[30][31]
978-4-79861-821-0
978-4-79861-800-5 (SE)
November 18, 2020[32]
978-1-71832-822-8
  • Prologue: Christina’s Recollections
  • Chapter 1: On the Move
  • Interlude: Secret Talk
  • Chapter 2: The Road to Restoration
  • Interlude: Meanwhile...
  • Chapter 3: Signs of the Pursuers?
  • Interlude: Another Secret Talk
  • Chapter 4: Before the Border
  • Chapter 5: Ruler of the Battlefield
  • Epilogue: Yearning to be Special
13Two Amethysts
Tai no Shimizuakira (対の紫水晶)
April 1, 2019[33]
978-4-79861-907-1
February 10, 2021[34]
978-1-71832-824-2
  • Prologue: After the Battle
  • Chapter 1: Across the Border
  • Chapter 2: Reunion
  • Chapter 3: Jealousy
  • Chapter 4: Yamata no Orochi
  • Chapter 5: Onwards to Rodania
  • Chapter 6: A Brief Rest
  • Interval: Consulation
  • Chapter 7: Secret of the Proxia Empire Castle
  • Chapter 8: Whereabouts of the Amethyst
  • Epilogue
14Ballad of Vengeance
Fukushū no Jojōshi (復讐の叙情詩)
August 1, 2019[35][36]
978-4-79861-977-4
978-4-79861-940-8 (SE)
April 30, 2021[37]
978-171832-826-6
  • Prologue: Before Departing
  • Chapter 1: The Royal Sibling's Ordeals
  • Chapter 2: Reiss' Intentions in Rodania
  • Interlude: The Fifth Hero
  • Chapter 3: Fang of the Avenger
  • Chapter 4: A Fierce Battle
  • Chapter 5: Paladia Kingdom Infiltration
  • Chapter 6: The Whereabouts of the Royal Siblings
  • Chapter 7: Before the Death Battle
  • Epilogue: Engagement
15Hero's Rhapsody
Yūsha no Kyōsōkyoku (勇者の狂想曲)
November 30, 2019[38]
978-4-79862-058-9
July 12, 2021[39]
978-1-71832-828-0
  • Prologue: Liselotte's Melancholy
  • Chapter 1: After the Fierce Battle
  • Chapter 2: Recuperation of the Royal Sisters
  • Chapter 3: The Future From Here
  • Chapter 4: Meanwhile...
  • Chapter 5: Departure and Pursuit
  • Interlude: Duke Huguenot's Melancholy
  • Chapter 6: Return
  • Epilogue: Sakata's Decision
16The Knight's Respite
Kishi no Kyūjitsu (騎士の休日)
April 1, 2020[40]
978-4-79862-186-9
September 24, 2021[41]
978-1-71832-830-3
  • Prologue: Reunion
  • Chapter 1: Report
  • Chapter 2: New Place, New Ripples?
  • Interlude: In Rubia
  • Interlude: In Centostella
  • Chapter 3: To Rodania
  • Chapter 4: Return and Reunion
  • Chapter 5: Information Exchange
  • Chapter 6: Departure
  • Interlude: Beltrum's Heroes
  • Chapter 7: Tea Party Turbulence?
  • Epilogue: Saint of Vengeance
17Saint's Gospel
Seijo no Fukuin (聖女の福音)
September 1, 2020[42][43]
978-4-79862-260-6
978-4-79862-227-9 (SE)
December 21, 2021[44]
978-1-71832-832-7
  • Prologue: Vow
  • Chapter 1: Life in the Garlarc Kingdom
  • Chapter 2: Preparing for Departure
  • Chapter 3: Reunion at the Village
  • Interlude: A Conversation between Ruler and Saint
  • Chapter 4: New Reunions, New Meetings
  • Interlude: Letter to the Centostella Kingdom
  • Chapter 5: The Saint's Development
  • Chapter 6: The Saint's Attack
  • Epilogue: Companion
18Beast of the Land
Daichi no Kemono (大地の獣)
December 1, 2020[45]
978-4-79862-367-2
March 18, 2022[46]
978-1-71832-834-1
  • Prologue
  • Chapter 1: The Pursuit Begins
  • Chapter 2: On the Journey
  • Chapter 3: Holy Democratic Republic of Erica
  • Interlude: Meanwhile
  • Chapter 4: The Saint's Return
  • Chapter 5: Rescue
  • Chapter 6: Beast of the Land
  • Epilogue
19Tachi of Wind
Fu no Tachi (風の太刀)
April 1, 2021[47]
978-4-79862-478-5
June 3, 2022[48]
978-1-71832-836-5
  • Prologue
  • Chapter 1: One Act Before Touble
  • Chatper 2: Ambush
  • Chapter 3: The Heavenly Lions
  • Chapter 4: Back and Forth
  • Interlude: Travel Log
  • Chapter 5: Hero Killing
  • Chapter 6: Tachi of Wind
  • Chapter 7: Signs of More Trouble
  • Epilogue
20Her Crusade
Kanojo no Seisen (彼女の聖戦)
September 1, 2021[49]
978-4-79862-552-2
September 9, 2022[50]
978-1-71832-838-9
21The Dragon's Familiar
Ryu no Kenzoku (竜の眷属)
March 1, 2022[51]
978-4-79862-752-6
22Formula of Purity
Junpaku no Hōteishiki (純白の方程式)
August 1, 2022[52][53]
978-4-79862-887-5
978-4-79862-821-9 (SE)

Manga[edit]

A manga adaptation by tenkla was serialized online via Hobby Japan's Comic Fire website from October 2016 to February 2017, being discontinued because of the artist's poor health. A second manga adaptation by Futago Minaduki has been serialized online via the same website since July 2017 and collected in eight tankōbon volumes. The second manga adaptation is also licensed in North America by J-Novel Club.[6][7]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 December 27, 2017[54]978-4-79861-598-1June 10, 2019[55]978-1-71834-150-0
  • Chapter 1: Rio and Haruto
  • Chapter 2: Haruto's Memories
  • Chapter 3: Essence and Ode
  • Chapter 4: Nobility
  • Chapter 5: Royal Academy of Beltrum
  • Chapter 6: Private Lessons After Class
  • Original Short Story
  • Original Manga
2 June 27, 2018[56]978-4-79861-716-9October 30, 2019[57]978-1-71834-152-4
  • Chapter 7: Skill Up
  • Chapter 8: Eyes All Around
  • Chapter 9: Decision
  • Chapter 10: Final Lesson
  • Chapter 11: Rio's Path Forward
  • Bonus Manga
3 November 27, 2018[58]978-4-79861-809-8February 12, 2020[59]978-1-71834-154-8
  • Chapter 12: People From Days Past
  • Chapter 13: If You've Come to Amanda, Make Sure You Eat Past Soup!
  • Chapter 14: Lotte of the Ricca Guild
  • Chapter 15: Those Involved
  • Chapter 16: Latifa
  • Bonus Manga
4 July 26, 2019[60]978-4-79861-967-5April 29, 2020[61]978-1-71834-156-2
  • Chapter 17: A Familiar Memory
  • Chapter 18: Spirit Folk
  • Chapter 19: Village of the Spirits
  • Chapter 20: Dryas the Spirit
  • Chapter 21: Life in the Village
  • Bonus Manga
5 April 27, 2020[62]978-4-79862-200-2February 24, 2021[63]978-1-71834-158-6
  • Chapter 22: Reiss' Motives
  • Chapter 23: Farewells and Reunions
  • Chapter 24: Memories of my Parents
  • Chapter 25: Hometown Life
  • Chapter 26: Rio's Decision
  • Bonus Manga
6 December 26, 2020[64]978-4-79862-374-0September 1, 2021[65]978-1-71834-160-9
  • Chapter 27: The Capital
  • Chapter 28: Karasuki's King
  • Chapter 29: With Mother and Lucius
  • Chapter 30: Duty of an Older Brother
  • Chapter 31: To Those Dear...
  • Bonus Manga
7 August 2, 2021[66]978-4-79862-560-7February 9, 2022[67]978-1-71834-162-3
  • Chapter 32: To the Spirit Village Once More
  • Chapter 33: Guided
  • Chapter 34: Reunion...?
  • Chapter 35: In This Otherworld
  • Chapter 36: Haruto's Contractee
  • Bonus Manga
8 April 30, 2022[68]978-4-79862-650-5August 10, 2022[69]978-1-71834-164-7
  • Chapter 37: Shopping in Amande
  • Chapter 38: Welcome, Hero
  • Chapter 39: To the Defiant Little Sister
  • Chapter 40: Haruto and Haru-kun
  • Chapter 41: Human-Shaped Monsters
  • Bonus Manga
9February 22, 2023[70]

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation was announced by Hobby Japan on November 27, 2020. The series is animated by TMS Entertainment and directed by Osamu Yamasaki, with Yamasaki, Mitsutaka Hirota, Megumu Sasano and Yoshiko Nakamura writing the scripts, Kyoko Yufu designing the characters, and Yasuyuki Yamazaki composing the series' music. Wao World is credited with animation cooperation.[3] The series aired from July 6 to September 21, 2021, on TV Tokyo, BS Fuji, and AT-X.[71][72] Marika Kouno performed the opening theme song "New story", while Aguri Ōnishi performed the ending theme song "Elder flower".[73] Crunchyroll licensed the series outside of Asia.[74] On October 28, 2021, Crunchyroll announced an English dub, which premiered on December 27 of the same year.[4]

A second season was announced on November 5, 2021.[75]

Episode list[edit]

No.Title [76][a]Directed by [b]Written by [b]Storyboarded by [b]Original air date [78]
1"Memories of the Previous World"
Transcription: "Zense no Kioku" (Japanese: 前世の記憶)
Daisuke HiraokaOsamu YamasakiOsamu YamasakiJuly 6, 2021 (2021-07-06)
In a fantasy world, a young orphan called Rio who wants to take revenge on the man who murdered his mother, awakens memories of his past life as a Japanese young man called Haruto Amakawa. After rescuing Princess Flora from some kidnappers, Rio is captured under suspicions of being their accomplice. He is later tortured by the knights in an attempt to get a false confession for them to avoid embarrassment for losing the princess, but he doesn’t yield. Rio is beaten to near death, but is soon cleared of all charges and is granted an audience with the king.
2"Royal Academy"
Transcription: "Ōritsu Gakuin" (Japanese: 王立学院)
Osamu HonmaMitsutaka HirotaKazuhisa TakenouchiJuly 13, 2021 (2021-07-13)
As a reward for rescuing Flora, Rio is accepted into the Royal Academy, where he shunned by most of his peers due to his peasant origins. The only person to encourage Rio is his instructor, Celia.
3"Kingdom of Lies"
Transcription: "Itsuwari no Ōkoku" (Japanese: 偽りの王国)
Rion KujōMegumu SasanoTomoyuki MunehiroJuly 20, 2021 (2021-07-20)[c]
During a military exercise with his classmates, Rio is falsely accused of attempting to kill the princess and is forced to flee from the kingdom.
4"The Assassin Girl"
Transcription: "Ansatsusha no Shōjo" (Japanese: 暗殺者の少女)
Rion KujōYoshiko NakamuraYūichirō AokiJuly 27, 2021 (2021-07-27)[c]
Latifa, a young beastkin assassin, is tasked to hunt and kill Rio. Rio defeats Latifa and frees her from the magic spell that forced her to obey her masters. The two start traveling together.
5"Forest of Spirits"
Transcription: "Seirei no Mori" (Japanese: 精霊の森)
Takeshi TomitaOsamu YamasakiDashiyo HatsumiAugust 3, 2021 (2021-08-03)[c]
Rio is attacked by the beastkin of the Forest of Spirits when they assume he kidnapped Latifa (merely because he is human). Rio tries to explain peacefully, but they don’t listen and gang up on him, resulting in him being knocked out. He awakens injured after a dream of meeting a spirit and is welcomed by the village as an apology for their bigoted actions. They also reveal the true nature of Rio's powers.
6"Festival Night"
Transcription: "Matsuri no Yoru" (Japanese: 祭りの夜)
Yūsaku SaotomeMitsutaka HirotaTomoyuki SōAugust 10, 2021 (2021-08-10)
One year later, Rio is about to depart to the land of his ancestors. When he tells Latifa, she is heartbroken at the thought of separating from her adoptive brother and runs away in tears. Suddenly a swarm of Wyverns threaten the Forest and Rio uses his newfound abilities to defend his friends.
7"Land of Promises"
Transcription: "Yakusoku no Chi" (Japanese: 約束の地)
Osamu HonmaMegumu SasanoYoshiyuki KanekoAugust 17, 2021 (2021-08-17)
Two months after leaving the forest, Rio arrives at the country of Yagumo, where he meets his grandmother and starts living at her village. When two of his new friends are assaulted by a group of rogues, Rio reminisces about his mother's death and is overcome with rage, almost killing the attackers.
8"Royal Lineage"
Transcription: "Ōke no Keifu" (Japanese: 王家の系譜)
Sumito SasakiYoshiko NakamuraTakayuki MurakamiAugust 24, 2021 (2021-08-24)[d]
Rio is introduced to the royalty of Yagumo and learns the truth about his parents' origins. In the occasion, he reveals to his maternal grandparents the horrible truth about his mother's death and his deep hatred towards the man responsible for it. He has a duel with one of his mothers past guardians and wins, showcasing his strength and resolve to avenge his mother to his grandparents.
9"Each of Their Decisions"
Transcription: "Sorezore no Ketsui" (Japanese: それぞれの決意)
Takeshi TomitaOsamu YamasakiDashiyo HatsumiAugust 31, 2021 (2021-08-31)[d]
Rio spends a few more months living in the village and departs from Yagumo to continue his journey. Back to the Forest of Spirits, he reunites with Latifa and her friends, and is surprised when a woman he never seen before appears beside him.
10"A Spirit's Awakening"
Transcription: "Seirei no Mezame" (Japanese: 精霊の目覚め)
Yūsaku SaotomeMitsutaka HirotaKatsuyuki KoderaSeptember 7, 2021 (2021-09-07)
The mysterious woman appearing before Rio introduces herself as his guardian spirit, whom he names "Aisha". After finishing his preparations, Rio and Aisha travel back to the Bertram Kingdom, how after a crushing defeat in a war, the royal family loss his power, where Rio learns that his friend and teacher, Celia Claire is about to be forcibly married with Charles Ardor, an old enemy of his.
11"Silver Bride"
Transcription: "Hakugin no Hanayome" (Japanese: 白銀の花嫁)
Shin'ichi FukumotoMegumu SasanoKazuhisa TakenouchiSeptember 14, 2021 (2021-09-14)
Rio reunites with Celia, who reveals that she must marry Charles for polical reasons. She thanks Rio for meeting her once more and sends him away, but Rio has doubts if he should stop the wedding or not.
12"Fated Reunion"
Transcription: "Unmei no Saikai" (Japanese: 運命の再会)
Osamu YamasakiYoshiko NakamuraTomoyuki SōSeptember 21, 2021 (2021-09-21)
Rio stops the wedding with the approval of Celia and the help of Aishia, and later travels to the mountains where he sees space-time rifts, indicating the summoning of other Japanese entities. He then proceeds to rescue three kids kidnapped by bandits for slave-trading purposes, where one of them turns out to be his childhood friend, Ayase Miharu.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ All English titles are taken from Crunchyroll.[77]
  2. ^ a b c Information is taken from the ending credits of each episode.
  3. ^ a b c This episode aired at 2:10 a.m. JST, 10 minutes after the original air time on TV Tokyo.
  4. ^ a b This episode aired at 2:05 a.m. JST, 5 minutes after the original air time on TV Tokyo.

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