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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari


Alternative Titles

English: The Rising of the Shield Hero
Japanese: 盾の勇者の成り上がり

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Currently Airing
Aired: Jan 9, 2019 to ?
Premiered: Winter 2019
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 22:00 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Kinema Citrus
Source: Light novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.511 (scored by 23,613 users)
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Ranked: #1022
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Popularity: #599
Members: 156,603
Favorites: 1,365

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similar setting although hai to gensou no grimgar is more drama oriented and struggles more in the new environment.  
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Both series have a similar start and both remember more the way to play an MMORPG game where the character has to evolve to be stronger when uses abilities and arms. The protagonists are misunderstood! 
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- Human MC transported to new world - Both MCs are complex and impactful characters - Both MCs must undergo their lives as the "villain" - Both MCs are wicked and dark with their approach towards others. - Both shows have the element of an MMO/RPG world 
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The same anime with an Isekai theme, that has action, fantasy and magic, but SAO was more like of a cyberpunk where guy is attached to a virtual world, while in Tate the guy is in some kind of other world where he has to survive in reality.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
Both shows focus on money and merchanting also most main girls have anime ears. While shield also has an other world fight thing going spice and wolf is more focused on the merchant economic side. 
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The same isekai thingy that involves a guy finding himself in an alternate world, except in Tate the guy is in an medieval setting, while in Kemurikusa the huy is in some post apocalyptic world.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
-Both male protaganists use a shield for fighting and have a female to fight with a sword  
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Similarities: -Guy got transported into another world by some magical instrument. -Both instances, guy has to adapt to the new world he is in. -Both have the same situation where guy has to use his wits if he is to survived that world.  
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They have the same storyline theme isekai, not only that both of these series have in common that the main characters are called not by a trivial reason they are called to another world to get things done (being heroes), they also take the storyline in the kingdom where slavery is a natural thing. 
report Recommended by Shirokuza
MCs from both series are filled with resentment and hatred as a result of them being ostracised. They are rude and unapproachable young men who have their own way of doing things and seeing the world around them. And yet, they are both dependable and (deep inside) kind, so they help people around them. 
report Recommended by JustEugene
-Both involve the protagonist being transported to a similar type of fantasy world, in terms of magic, architecture, etc. -Both protagonists quickly realize that this isn't the fantasy world they dreamed of through betrayal and tragic events -Both have a large cast of similar female characters -Both protagonists will 'save' these females in one way or another causing a friendship or in some cases attraction to develop from the female's side 
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Main characters main a shield and are treated as outcasts. In both show the main character have to form parties. 
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The main character starts weak in the world of the storyline. At the same time, both are finding companions to join their journey and become the reason to get stronger.  
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Both MCs are outcasted by those they trusted and then after become OP badasses. 
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Both animes are about the heroes that are misunderstood. The MCs are despised and claimed worthless by fellow heroes and by the general public despite being the most capable amongst their comrades. Naofumi is the only one having the right attitude and understanding of their mission while Saitama is Just OP. Both meet several trusted allies or friends who deeply respect them. 
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- Main protag sent to another world - Initially misunderstood - 2 girls to follow around with MC - Game-like mechanics (RPG fantasy) - Slaves as an early driving factor (less mentioned later) One standing difference is that Diablo is very strong from the beginning while Naofumi starts off with nothing, to get stronger later throughout the series. Different personalities as well. 
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