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'Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita' Announces Supporting Cast

by Vindstot
May 12, 10:49 PM | 8 Comments
The official Twitter account of the Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita (I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level) television anime announced six supporting cast members on Thursday. The new characters will appear in the anime series beginning episode six (preview below), scheduled to air on Saturday.

Vania: Ari Ozawa (Wakaba*Girl)


Fatla: Miku Itou (Princess Connect! Re:Dive)


Eno: Hikaru Toono (Assault Lily: Bouquet)


Bussler: Ayasa Itou (Slow Start)


Maasula: Miyuri Shimabukuro (Granbelm)


Kuku: Kotori Koiwai (Non Non Biyori)


The anime series adapting Kisetsu Morita's slice of life fantasy light novel began airing on April 10 and will run for 12 episodes. Crunchyroll is streaming the anime with subtitles.

Nobukage Kimura (Tsuritama assistant director) is directing the anime at Revoroot, with Tatsuya Takahashi (Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san) handling the series composition. Keisuke Gotou (Babylon) is designing the characters, and Keiji Inai (Burn the Witch) is composing the music.


Morita began writing the novel on the Shousetsuka ni Narou website in June 2016. SB Creative began publishing the series through its GA Novel imprint the following January, featuring illustrations by Benio. The 16th volume shipped on April 14. The light novel has a cumulative 2 million copies of its volumes in circulation.

Yuusuke Shiba began drawing a manga adaptation in Gangan Online in June 2017. Square Enix released the eighth volume on March 12.

Source: animate Times

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Awwwwww pretty princess Ayasa Itou❤❤❤❤❤

She is a Japanese goddess and I worship the ground she walks on. There are very few roles or anime she has done or been in that I didn't love. And those I blame it all on bad directors,,,,,

She is perfect❤❤❤ And so fucking cute❤❤❤








May 14, 9:56 AM by Yuri-Crusader

FMmatron said:
RobertBobert said:


I still find it quite amusing that a lot of people hate actual harems but love to call their favorite all-female shows harems.


Terms itself are harmless, it's about how you apply them.


Maybe. But I hate hypocrisy, especially when it comes from people who masturbate on shows, in love for whom they previously blame me. People can endlessly talk about male fantasy, boring invincible protagonists and incels due to who there are supposedly only harems in the anime, but as it turns out, it is enough to make the protagonist an attractive girl instead of a self-insert guy, and now all yesterday's isekai-haters love it.

May 14, 9:12 AM by RobertBobert

RobertBobert said:
FMmatron said:
The harem is growing bigger.


I still find it quite amusing that a lot of people hate actual harems but love to call their favorite all-female shows harems.


Terms itself are harmless, it's about how you apply them.

May 14, 8:48 AM by FMmatron

FMmatron said:
The harem is growing bigger.


I still find it quite amusing that a lot of people hate actual harems but love to call their favorite all-female shows harems.

Fail_Man_X said:
Not sure what I was expecting from the show after they finished introducing all the girls from the OP last episode, but I'm not complaining it's just giving me more girls.


Miku and Itou are both hyped VAs, so it may have been a peculiar way to get more attention, even if their roles are secondary on this show.

May 14, 8:20 AM by RobertBobert

Not sure what I was expecting from the show after they finished introducing all the girls from the OP last episode, but I'm not complaining it's just giving me more girls.

May 13, 1:44 PM by Fail_Man_X

Oh cool. Those are some nice looking character designs

May 13, 12:58 PM by ManWild

The harem is growing bigger.

May 13, 5:43 AM by FMmatron

Yo Renge and Itou Miku, noice.

May 13, 1:02 AM by MegamiRem