Mid Season Review: I've been killing slimes for 300 years and maxed out my level

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Mid Season Review: I've been killing slimes for 300 years and maxed out my level

Last week, we looked into Tokyo Revengers and I loved the direction it was going in as well as everything else with that anime. This week, let us explore another anime as it reaches its half way point in the season:

I've been killing slimes for 300 years and maxed out my level / Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita

In this blog, I'll be giving my impressions in the anime using the first 6 episodes of the anime. We will be exploring how the anime has presented itself within the first three episodes, the opening and the ending music.

Please take note that this review is my thoughts on the anime and should not be taken as the official impression. This will be spoiler-free so please wait till the anime finishes airing for a comprehensive review!

First Impressions

When I first saw this anime, I thought it was going to be another generic isekai anime that's trying to hop on the boom of 'travelling to another world' theme.

To my surprise, this anime has the same voice actress as "I'm a spider, so what?". I loved her work in this anime as she made this anime 100x better with her commentary that's very similar to Gintama, one of my favourite anime! She also voiced Tsuyu-chan in Boku no Hero Academia and other roles to make her a seasoned champion in the voice acting world.

This anime also derived from a light novel which gives me faith that the story telling and pace will be perfect.

Now, let's start with the overall plot development:

The first six episodes start off really well and show that this is a feel good anime with an insanely OP main character, Azusa, who makes her strength seem hilarious. With a range of personalities around Azusa, it makes every interaction with the characters valuable.

Despite the whole cast being female and feeling like a Shoujo anime, I thoroughly enjoyed the way that story was developing.

Don't think that this feel good anime doesn't have fight scenes!

There are a few fight scenes and these look amazing for a feel good, comedy, fantasy anime.

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Opening and Ending Music

The intro music to the anime is perfect for the feel good aspect of this anime as it just adds to it even more.

UsingGudafuwa Every Day』by Aoi Yuuki was a perfect choice as it's the MC who's also singing the Opening!

I love it when an anime does this, like how Working! got their male cast to sing the OP and female cast to sing the ED.

The ending music, Viewtiful Days! by Azumi Waki, just adds even further feel-goodness to this anime perfect choice for the ending, 

Mellow, relaxing and overall chill vibes at the end of an amazing episode.

Final Thoughts

Great anime with lots of promise.

Can't wait to watch more of it and see Azusa become happy with her new life and family 😊

So far I would give it 8/10, I want to wait for the season to end for a final score and comprehensive review!

Let us know what your thoughts are on "I've been killing slimes for 300 years and maxed out my level" in the comments below!

Next week's blog is on Best waifu in High School DxD!


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