On the official Twitter account for the animated adaptation of the light novels Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi ((Repeat the healer) a message and a special frame were posted to remind people that the account has exceeded ten thousand followers on Twitter. ÂŤThank you for 10,000 followers! This account has exceeded 10,000 people among its followers. Thank you for all your support and please keep enjoying this work!'Wrote the account.

It should be noted that in this year's third issue of the magazine Megami Magazine from the publisher Gekkan Plus A special illustration with Freia and Setsuna was included. Later the usual monthly article is published, which brings together all of the illustrations presented in the magazine.

In addition, Rui Tsukiyo began publishing the novels through the independent service Shousetsuka ni Narou in December 2016 and are still in the process of being published. Later the publisher Kadokawaby the seal Bunko sneaker, began publishing on paper in July 2017. The manga adaptation by the hand of Souken Haga will be published through the service Young ace up since October 2017. An anime adaptation produced by the studios with twelve episodes TNK, Headed by Takuya Asaoka and scripts from Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, has aired in Japan since January 13th.

Synopsis of Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi

"Healing wizards cannot fight alone." Keare, always haunted by this logic, was repeatedly taken advantage of by others. But one day he noticed what was beyond healing magic and was convinced that healing wizards are the strongest class of all. When he discovered this potential, however, it was too late. So he decides to go four years back in time to rebuild his life. This is the heroic story of the healing sorcerer who became the strongest warrior using the knowledge of his past life and healing magic.

Source: Official Twitter account

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