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Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! is a twelve episode anime adaptation of the light novel series written by FUNA. The director of the anime was Masahiko Ohta, and scripts were written by Takashi … Continue reading
The Crimson Vow are looking for their next big job in the eleventh episode of Abilities Average. They find one that strikes their fancy, but perhaps it winds up being much bigger than they had anticipated.
The tenth episode of Abilities Average is another one that is anime-only, at least as far as I can remember. A birthday party for a certain innkeeper’s daughter makes Mile feel nostalgic, and that in turn stirs up feelings of … Continue reading
The ninth episode of Abilities Average sees the Crimson Vow take on a request that will earn them a fair bit of coin. This episode is actually fairly faithful adaptation of a chapter from the light novel, with a few … Continue reading
The eighth episode of Abilities Average devotes some time to both Mavis and Pauline, as they both have what can only really be described as family issues come up.
The seventh episode of Abilities Average offers us an anime-only experience (if I recall correctly). The Crimson Vow have been working hard, and as such they decide it is time to take a break. Mile knows exactly what they should … Continue reading
After reminiscing about the past in the previous episode, the Crimson Vow finish up their mission in episode six of Abilities Average. Turns out there there is actually a bit more going on than they initially anticipated, though.
Time for Abilities Average to take on a more dramatic tone as we take a look into Reina’s past. It’s not just Reina’s past, though; we’ll be seeing the past of all four members of the Crimson Vow.
In the fourth episode of Abilities Average, the Crimson Vow finally embark on their first quests, and we learn a little more about Reina’s past.
Seems like the reaction to Abilities Average has been mixed so far. Generally the people who have read the light novels don’t seem to be enjoying the anime adaptation, whilst those going in blind are having more fun with it. … Continue reading