In the second episode of I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level, Azusa discovers that killing slimes for 300 years can have consequences. Adorable consequences, but still consequences nonetheless.
In this episode, Azusa adjusts to her new life living together with her red dragon apprentice Laika. She also has to deal with a vengeful slime spirit and her sister, who claim that Azusa is their mother.
This episode adapts the remaining part of the “Life with an Apprentice” chapter, and the entirety of the “The Girls Dropped By” chapter from the first light novel.
First up, we get the “Life with an Apprentice” chapter, giving us some details on how Azusa’s life look now she is living with Laika. Some nice stuff there, including going over Azusa’s “DIY” magic spells.
The main event from this episodes comes from the adaptation of the “The Girls Dropped By” chapter, in which we are introduced to two new characters. We catch a brief glimpse of one at the beginning, but it is Falfa who properly introduces herself first.
Then we get Shalsha’s introduction, and she is determined to kill Azusa. Falfa and Shalsha are slime spirits, and Shalsha wants revenge for 300 years of dead slimes. She even prepared specifically to take down Azusa.
Some things got a little changed around for Shalsha confronting Azusa. It’s relatively small things, like Azusa hugging Falfa when it looks like it’s over for her. Laika opts for a dragon kick in the light novel, whereas she goes for a punch in the anime.
Both versions of the scene are entertaining, though.
The soundtrack for this show continues to be great, too.
Falfa & Shalsa’s anime debut is exactly what I expected from them. The pair are so adorable, as I’m sure Azusa would agree.
I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level continues to impress with its anime adaptation. Falfa and Shalsha’s first appearance in the anime is exactly what I hoped for. I love this show so much.