>Oh this looks like a nice relaxing small-time monster hunt sho-
>"Hey did you know females have boobs? xD"
>he expected an LN anime adaptation to be good
Come on now.
I remember digging around and finding old posts summarizing events from Vol 8-10 on Reddit. Probably not the best source, but you're probably shit out of luck if you want summaries in English anywhere else. You can also just wait for the J-novel translations which will catch up eventually.
Author doesnt fuck around,nice. This shit really needs a 2 cour 2nd season.It has shitloads of contents too to adapt.Fuck it, just do another band promo or something.
A shame the anime made her ugly. Shihoru is really cute
>Author doesnt fuck around,nice. This shit really needs a 2 cour 2nd season.It has shitloads of contents too to adapt.Fuck it, just do another band promo or something.
It seemed like such an insignificant show at first, but if they did a new cour it would be so nostalgic to see those run-down towns again.
Welp, looks my guess is right. Its great that Haru isnt getting some of that gary stu magic development but she could wreck shit for him though.Thanks for the info anons.
If you say so. She looks more than cute enough in the anime.
But I like the later Shihoru with powahs even more.
>hurr durr muh bewbs
That scene was nice and felt very natural. That's exactly the kind of things young people in their situation would discuss while relaxing during a monster hunt.
Do you expect them to discuss philosophy or shit like that?
I know this is bait but I'll bite. Grimgar is a mediocre story with mediocre worldbuilding and nonsensical characters. A school for white mages doesn't tell them not to burn heals on baby scratches and not to try and frontline a fight; when this is what gets them killed early on more than anything.
That right there is enough to condemn this whole series. It's a story that wants drama but doesn't know how not to make it retarded in hindsight.
It would be unmemorable except that it's a scrub story. And the scenery porn backgrounds.
It's even more nonsensical when you consider where the scrubs come from. They suddenly appear on some old tower, clearly having arrived from Earth, not only with few memories, but with some mechanism that derails their thoughts if they try hard enough to remember. And it's not just them, this has apparently been going on so long that there are rules that force them into becoming sheep for the goblins, and a small industry based around training and equipping them.