Seiken Tsukai no World Break Season 2 release Date
Will there be a World Break: Aria of Curse for a Holy Swordsman season 2? That is what the fans of this action-fantasy-romance-harem show are waiting for.
Well if you ask me, there should be. It was another harem anime on the scene in 2015. But with so much to choose from, it will be difficult to allocate your time to all of these. World Break has the elements to be a great anime, characters that are not generic in my eyes and are very like-able. The story is refreshing and has a lot to offer in due time. I just enjoy how everything works together like a well-oiled machine and excels in every aspect you want in a harem anime.
Written by Akamitsu Awamura, the series takes place in a private high school involving the concept of “saviors.” They are known as people who possess awakened memories of their past lives. The story tells of a young boy named Moroha Haimura who comes to this private school.
At the school, there are two types of people: Saviors, who fight enemies with weapons and techniques gleaned from the Puraana powers from their own bodies, and Kuroma, who wipe out enemies with magic to manipulate the Maana powers that surpass physics. Moroha Haimura is a special snowflake for having the souls of two heroes within him & therefore the power to use both.
The slice of Romance moved me. It is intertwined well. Each character has a past life, and they can cause weapons from their past lives to manifest and then use them as a weapon in the present. Their appearance is the same as their past self, as well. It’s possible for characters to have known each other in the past, and this is seen by Moroha, Satsuki and Shizuno, since both Satsuki and Shizuno knew Moroha in a past life… thus why they have romantic feelings for him.
When they put it that way, it makes sense to me why they would easily fall for him. Usually I’d count that as typical and convenient, but they have an entire life’s worth of romantic feelings for him. So yeah, they have legitimate reasons to be in love with someone they’ve only known for a few weeks… though, technically they knew him for a few weeks plus years and years from their past lives… I find this concept to be fun and interesting. It’s really cool to see what they were like in medieval times and what they’re like in the present. There hasn’t really been any scenes that felt like a waste of time, either, so that’s another plus.
Oh! Actually, I’d love to say something about Moroha, the main character that I absolutely love. He is part of what makes this series great. First of all… he isn’t dense! He knows how to comfort a girl, and doesn’t allow himself to be pushed around. He does what he wants. He’s such a great guy. He also held her hand when she was scared during another scene. It makes all the difference and the character relationships feel stronger because of his interactions and decisions. They feel more… natural.
I can’t exactly express why this show is so charming. Something about it just feels right. It’s smooth and I don’t worry about it becoming annoying because… I just trust it. It stands out strongly among the other magic high school shows… because this one is actually, well… good. I do admit, Moroha is a big reason for that (LOL)… but, I don’t know… the fights are animated fairly well, and… everything else is just so satisfactory. Well, to cut it short, it was a magic high school show that seemed to do everything right. It certainly feels that way. Case closed. This show is in no way completely generic. Aaand hopes are high that on July of 2015 we will see season 2 of Seiken Tsukai no World Break, so stay tuned with us.