Kelvin discovers that during his most recent transmigration, when he awoke in a strange new location with no memory of his last life, he had actually traded away those same memories in return for strong new talents.
With the goddess who brought him over as his first Follower, he is setting out into a brand-new realm as a Summoner. Kelvin beginsrts his new life as an explorer, but it doesn’t take long for him to realise that his true nature is a war junkie.
He relishes the battle against one tough adversary after another, from the Black Knight of the Ancient Castle of Evil Spirits to the monster inside the Hidden Cave of the Sage. Come along with this OP adventurer as he and his pals etch their names into the annals of history in this thrilling and epic drama!
1. The Dawn of the witch
The Dawn of the Witch, the follow-up to Grimoire of Zero, provides an update on the adult life of the protagonists of the first book, Zero, the Mud-Black Witch, and her companion Albus, the Mooncaller Witch and granddaughter of Sorena. When they were both young, Zero and Albus made friends in the original series. Zero also made friends with Mercenary, a Tiger Beastfallen, while she was looking for a stolen grimoire. Albus remained in Wenias to continue teaching magic as her grandmother had requested when Zero retrieved her grimoire, and Zero and Mercenary resumed their journey together.
In The Dawn of the Witch, the mature Albus established the Wenias Royal Magic Academy, where she trained Saybil, Hort, and Kudo, three remarkable young mages. Only Saybil of the three is linked to Zero since he is the son of her brother Thirteen, who in Grimoire of Zero was in charge of starting the war in Wenias. Albus brought the three pupils to the town where the adult Zero lives with Mercenary so that she could coach them one-on-one.
2. My Isekai Life: I Gained a Second Class and Became the Strongest Sage in the World!
My Isekai Life appears to be normal fare for the well-known isekai subgenre, thus fans who have reached saturation point may not be very interested in it. My Isekai Life, however, should present a predictable but nevertheless quite amusing fantasy journey for anime lovers seeking for some escapist pleasure during the hot summer months.
Yuuji Sano has a second chance when he teleports to an imaginary world reminiscent of a video game after working himself to death in a tough business atmosphere. Yuuji finds that he holds the title of a Monster Tamer, the lowest level of adventurer, despite his desire to live a modest life. With his newly acquired abilities, he tames many slimes nearby and, with their assistance, gains magical abilities to become a Sage—a second career that makes the most of such potential.
The scars left over from the life Yuuji left behind prevent him from going all out even after obtaining overwhelming strength. However, unanticipated perils pose a threat to the world that is now his only home, so he might not be able to conceal his skills for much longer.
3. The Rising of the Shield Hero
The tales describe four heroes—the sword, spear, bow, and shield heroes—called forth from another planet to avert disaster. The Kingdom of Melromarc summons these heroes from present-day Japan as darkness closes in on them. Sadly, Naofumi Iwatani, an otaku, has the reputation of being the group’s weakest member and the shield hero. Even worse, betrayal gets him outcast and gives him a criminal reputation. He embarks on his quest for strength while being consumed by rage and retaliation.
The Shield Hero Is Rising A fantasy anime has all the elements that most viewers look for, including excellent animation and soundtrack, strong character design, inventive plot, and sufficient emotional substance to justify the audience’s engagement.
The show enjoys the same sensation of empowering steady advancement that one sees in an RPG. Furthermore, shield hero Naofumi Iwatani is a nuanced, multifaceted figure. Everyone can support him and his coworkers since they have unique aims and motives that are also comprehensible. The Rising of the Shield Hero fulfils many of the same criteria as my decision to stop becoming a hero. when introducing unique twists.
Most significantly, both of these stories feature protagonists who were completely rejected by society for a variety of reasons. Even if Leo might not strictly be motivated by retribution in the same way as Naofumi is, it is still an amusing twist to witness what the ostracised decide to do with their newly found freedom.
4. Log Horizon
A series of Japanese books called Log Horizon began in 2010, and after being translated into light novels and manga, it was finally made into an anime in 2013. From 2013 through 2015, two seasons of Log Horizon were shown. Despite this, the manga was still published up to 2018. The original novel series is being published today.
Log Horizon is an isekai series, which made it one of the first to ride the wave of popularity in the genre inspired by the success of Sword Art Online, like many other prominent anime franchises in the 2010s. The plot centres around Elder Tale, a well-known MMORPG that has recently made available its most recent expansion pack.
Unfortunately, thirty thousand Japanese players suddenly find themselves locked inside the game itself, now living as their in-game avatars, when this expansion goes live on the internet. Shiroe, a social pariah who makes a commitment to make the most of what appears to be his new existence, is one of these participants.
5. Tower of God
Tower of God is undoubtedly one of the most well-known names in webcomics, helping to popularise Korean manhwa as well as webcomics internationally. The brand, which debuted in 2010, has expanded significantly over the past ten years. Even a Japanese anime adaptation has been made, in addition to goods and video games.
Structure of God is centred on an enigmatic child named 25th Bam and has a wide-ranging ensemble as they go through a similarly enormous tower. Even if the manhwa is still published, newcomers to the franchise will find it much simpler to catch up with the anime.
The story’s protagonist, 25th Bam, eventually enters the tower’s name in an effort to locate his buddy Rachel. The element known as Shinsu, which possesses amazing qualities akin to magic, permeates the tower. Sadly, Bam needs to show his power and bravery against the inhabitants of the several levels in order to ascend the tower’s ranks and potentially find Rachel.
Each individual floor is the size of North America; therefore getting around them is a very difficult undertaking. King Jahad is the head of the 10 governing families, while the other characters in Tower of God are all categorised by terms like “Rankers” and “Regulars.” Bam gets entangled in the tower’s contract while searching for Rachel and might end as being the one to finally overthrow King Jahad.