This review on Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita contains spoilers. If you haven’t seen the chapters, we recommend that you do so and then go back to read the review.

・ 森田 季節 ・ SB ク リ エ イ テ ィ ブ ブ / 高原 の 魔女 の 家

Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita – Chapter 2: My Daughters Have Arrived

Azusa’s life with her new student is just beginning. Laika shows her everyday life and discovers that there is no great secret behind her master’s strength, as she really only defeated slime for 300 years. On Laika’s advice, Azusa puts a magical barrier around Flata as she has very little defense. Shortly afterwards, after Azusa had sensed something, they both went to the village and met a thief in the village who had become immobile due to the effect of the barrier. After learning about the barrier, the villagers thank Azusa for making Flata even more peaceful. However, Azusa asks her to thank Laika as she was the one who advised him to do so.

She continues her peaceful life and is interrupted again by someone knocking on her door. When Azusa tries to check, she meets a little girl who claims to be her daughter. Amid the shock, the girl introduces herself as Falfa and mentions that her younger sister Shalsha is trying to murder Azusa. Since what she says might be important, invite her into the house and end up listening to the whole story. Despite their looks, Falfa is 50 years old, which is what they learned after hearing that Shalsha learned Haja magic to kill Azusa. Magic that takes decades to learn.

Before Falfa finishes eating her cookie, she gets up when she senses the arrival of her younger sister, and everyone goes out to see her. Azusa asks her why she wants to kill them and discovers that Falfa and Shalsha are ghosts born from the souls of the slimes she has been killing for 300 years. While Ha Falfa doesn’t mind, Shalsha wants to avenge all these slimes by learning Haja magic to defeat Azusa. Having nothing to do with all of her magic, the highland witch thinks of running away, but it doesn’t work either. However, Laika enters to defend her master, quickly defeating Shalsha and knocking her unconscious.

When Shalsha woke up, she was in Azusa’s house. After talking to her sister and the Highland Witch, Shalsha agreed to stay there with her sister. I waited for his magic to return so he could face his mother again. After this is decided, everyone goes into town to buy ingredients for dinner and take the opportunity to show Falfa and Shalsha around town.

Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita - Chapter 2
・ 森田 季節 ・ SB ク リ エ イ テ ィ ブ ブ / 高原 の 魔女 の 家

Solitude or Society in a Peaceful Life?

Despite the fact that Azusa wanted to be alone at the beginning of her new peaceful life. On Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita – Chapter 2 and even late previous episodehas begun to show that it is not necessary to be alone to have or feel peace. Starting with the unexpected arrival of a student and now with two daughters. Falfa and Shalsha may not share the same blood as Azusa, but she greeted them anyway as if they were a blood family. This seemed quite interesting to me because of the speed with which she accepted both of them, even considering that one of them was about to murder her and the births of both were unforeseen.

I still have my strangers regarding the appearance of Farlfa and Shalsha, because although they were “created”, they presented themselves to Azusa not as creation, but as their daughters. Mention of a family bond rather than a master / servant bond as it could easily have been. How did Falfa and Shalsha develop? Especially Falfa, as Shalsha still had the thirst for revenge from the souls of the slimes that gave their lives. I see their sisterly bond between them being much more understandable, but from the moment that Azusa is their mother, I feel like there’s a huge leap in the fundamentals of their character.

Azusa, for her part, also fascinated me by the ease with which she accepted them as a family. You may see the situation as an opportunity that you could not enjoy in your previous life when you were fully committed to your work. Which would also include Laika in its own way. In the same situation, however, I could not personally see them as daughters. At least not in such a short time. After all (and repeated again) the family bond is so deep that I don’t believe it can be fully created in a few hours. Although that’s my way of seeing the bonds and relationships that humanity can form. Which may not be the best way to compare in Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and NattemashitaBoth due to the nature of the characters or the world they live in.

・ 森田 季節 ・ SB ク リ エ イ テ ィ ブ ブ / 高原 の 魔女 の 家

The fact that I was so interested in a simple connection between characters showed me that the story of Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita It includes details that can add depth to both the plot and the characters. However, they do not go into these details so as not to be such a serious story. And I don’t see any need for them to do this in order to lay the foundations of the series. Skimming the surface of these topics leads me into a story that is far more centered on comedy than drama. Even if it’s not a perfect balance between the two sexes.

It is normal for a few secret daughters to show up in 300 years

The two sisters Falfa and Shalsha came to give the series more tenderness. Different from the one that Laika already contributes from time to time with her statements. After all, they bring him the side of innocence a child might have. Despite the fact that they are both much older to be considered “girls”. Back to the subject, between Falfa and Shalsha, I personally find the younger sister Shalsha more adorable. It’s because of his personality because I think he highlights the moments a lot more dere and / or tender than her older sister. For example, I couldn’t help but sigh tenderly when I heard her say it hurt the touch she received from Laika when she confronted her. That moment was my favorite of all Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita – Episode 2.

Of course that wasn’t her only tender moment, even when she said to him for the first time ‘kaa-san‘to the highland witch. That’s why Shalsha is my favorite of these two for those little surprise attacks. Something I won’t be able to see from Falfa in the future. Of course, Falfa has her own charm as she doesn’t seem to be affected by dark or terrible things like phlegm screams. To be honest, I had the same reaction as Azusa and Laika in this scene.

Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita - Chapter 2
・ 森田 季節 ・ SB ク リ エ イ テ ィ ブ ブ / 高原 の 魔女 の 家

I’ve said it many times before, but I’m not a lover of characters with traits. ‘Loli‘. It’s not that I hate characters like that either. As long as they are well implemented in the story, I don’t see the problem. And I think these two sisters achieved their union with the conspiracy well. By that I mean that I did not feel compelled to show up, even though there was no evidence of his birth until then Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita – Episode 2.

The seiyuu is responsible for the voice of Falfa Sayaka Senbongi, of characters like: Haru ((Beastars), Mummy ((Koutetsujou no Kabaneri), Shuna ((TenSura), Ruri Akutsu ((Aho girl), among other.

Shalsha’s voice is given to her by the seiyuu Minami Tanaka. Other characters he’s worked on include: Nako Sunao ((Hitoribocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu), Lily Hoshikawa ((Zombieland saga), Minami Katayama ((Wake up girl), Mary saotome ((Kakegurui), etc.

Opening and ending of Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max or Nattemashita

In the previous episode, the openingbut I decided not to talk about it until the ending aired too. To be able to hear both in the same episode of Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita. The opening it is “Gudafuwa every day (ぐ だ ふ わ エ ブ リ デ ー)” of Aoi YuukiMeanwhile he end it is “Lovely days!” of Azumi Waki.

To be honest, in the opening I like animation a lot more than songs. It’s not like the song seems bad to me, it’s not my style, those kind of rhythms that I feel like they’re telling me something in the middle of the song as such. If it weren’t for that, I would give it a higher appreciation openingas the rest of the song in my opinion is perfect for its animation and the calm and comical story of this series. There are also parts in the animation of this opening that I think refer to other openings of various comedy animes, for example KonoSuba.

The ending seemed to me to be “cutting” due to the sudden nature of the start and end, as if the song wasn’t fully “adapted” for the duration of the animation. Other than that, it seemed like a end pretty simple / straightforward. The animation had the potential to make minor changes as the story progressed. For example, that the characters who walked alongside Azusa didn’t appear until the end when they were featured in the anime. Even if they didn’t show any other scenes in the animation end.

In the end I liked that end that he opening on Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita. However, I don’t think they will be my favorites this season.

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