What’s happened since last time? It picks up from the last round with
While hunting for the feast the hobgoblins are attacked by a small group of ogres, resembling samurai warriors. Rimuru rushes to help and ends up as the focus of their attacks. He makes quick work of them, showing off some impressive new skills, before convincing them to stop their attack.
Rimuru invites them back to his village where he discovers that the ogres were attacked by a massive army of orcs and that they are the only survivors. They agree to join Rimuru to get vengeance for their fallen kinsmen. A dryad approaches Rimuru asking him to slay the orc-lord and save the forest.
Have your feelings changed? Not at all. I am still loving this series and I’m so glad that it is getting twenty-four episodes. There’s so much to cover in this vast and impressive world that it really needs it. It’s a very refreshing change seeing an all-powerful creature gaining the trust and respect of those around it rather than forcing them to submit.
Favourite character so far? It’s hard to look beyond
Who do you want to see more of? More
Are you going to continue watching? Absolutely, I’m in there for the duration. Even if they suddenly decided it was going to be fifty episodes long. It’s just a lot of fun to watch. I can’t wait for the next round.
Other reviews in the series
- First Impressions (Episodes 1-4)
- Second Chances (Episodes 5-8)
- Back for Thirds (Episodes 9-12)
- Go Fourth (Episodes 13-16)