A statement and the opening of an official website announced the production of an anime adaptation of the von Zappon and illustrated by Yasumo, Shin no Nakama ja Nai to Yuusha no Party wo Oidasareta knot, Henkyou from Slow Life suru Koto ni Shimashita. The declaration did not contain any production details or a release date.
The novels are published in English by the publisher Press yen under the title Exiled from the Heroes' Party, I decided to lead a quiet life in the country (Excluded from the group of heroes, I decided to lead a quiet life in the country). In addition, Zappo began posting the novels on the website Shousetsuka ni Narou in October 2017. Then the publisher Kadokawa began its publication on paper in June 2018 and published the seventh volume on July 1.
The work also inspired a manga adaptation of Masahiro Ikenowho published it on the website Shonen Ass from the publisher Kadokawa since May 2018. Ikeno has published a special illustration to announce this change (right).
Synopsis from Shin no Nakama ja Nai to Yuusha no Party wo Oidasareta knot, Henkyou from Slow Life suru Koto ni Shimashita
In a fantasy world in which a girl fights the demon lord with the hero's divine protection. In this world, Red, the older brother of this girl, who has the divine protection of the "Führer", who only grants him a higher starting level than his companions, accompanied the hero in his starting group.
However, since this divine protection only grants him a high level, but no magic or martial arts, he gradually could not keep up with the power of his companions, and in the end a colleague magician pointed out: "You are not a true member of the team." at the same time he ran it from there with all his things.
Heartbroken, Red distanced himself from fighting the Demon King's army, even though he knew the fate of the world depended on it. Now he wants to live a quiet life on the border and make money by opening a business. herbalism using the knowledge acquired on his travels.
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