In the last few hours the renowned leaker SpyTrue announced that the franchise is based on the light novels by Light tuchihi and illustrated by Saori Toyota, Kono Yuusha ga ore Tueee Kuse ni Shinchou Sugiru (Shinchou Yuusha)had a new project in production. However, in a new update, the same leaker revealed that the project in question is a second season.

It is worth remembering that it is a leak and so far there is no official information about it.

Shinchou Yuusha

Published in English as Cautious Hero: The hero is overwhelmed but overly cautiousTuchihi began to publish the light novels through the publisher Kadokawa in February 2017. The publisher published the seventh volume in December 2019 in Japan. The piece inspired a manga adaptation that was published in the magazine Monthly dragon age since November 2018.

The light novels inspired an anime adaptation called Shinchou Yuusha: Kono Yuusha ga ore Tsueee Kuse ni Shinchou Sugiru, produced by studios white fox, Headed by Masayuki Sakoi and scripts written by Kenta Ihara, which premiered in October 2019 and ran for twelve episodes.

The series will be available in the platform's first catalog Funimation for Mexico and Brazil, which will be introduced this December.

Shinchou Yuusha Synopsis

There is a popular saying, "You are never too careful." It is very important to prepare for any situation, even if it seems like a waste of time. Also, in RPG, beating the level of your enemies is good for an overall victory.

These words describe Seiya Ryuuguuin too perfectly. After the hero has been called by the goddess Ristarte to save the world of Geaebrande from destruction, he prepares for his noble journey. While this may be normal, he spends a lot of time training himself, even though he already has incredible stats. Fight weak enemies with super powerful skills and buy excessive supplies to be safe.

Source: Spytrue

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