I’ve been killing slime for 300 years and maxed out my level is an anime adapted by Revoroot and aired from April to June 2021. There are a total of 12 episodes aired. Officially, it was declared as the end of the anime. Fans are already in a dilemma as the episode ends. A stranger has knocked on the door indicating the new season. So, let’s just hope the new season comes as soon as possible because everyone is excited to know about the newcomer. What new mystery is on the other side of the road that will be revealed in the next season?
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Episode 13 of Slime 300 will air as a part of the next season. The release date of the next season has not been declared yet, but we can expect that it will air in Winter 2022. Hope for the best.
Not only will the stranger be revealed in the next episode but also we are expecting that Azusa might get a new job offer. They have also planned to visit the dance festival consequently it can be related by this too.
— I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years (@slime300anime) June 26, 2021
Where to Watch?
Fans can stream the anime, I’ve been killing slime for 300 years and maxed out my level, on Crunchyroll.
Episode 12 Recap
Episode 12 titled “We opened a Coffee shop” aired on June 26, 2021. In this episode, Azusa has noticed different talents in others of her family members where drinks were brewed by Halkara and the Laika is capable of making delicious food and delicacies. An idea pops up in her mind to open the Witch’s Cafe and earn something before the Flatte festival starts. This new experience can also play a role in strengthening the bond between family members.
They named the cafe as Witch’s Cafe. The preparation was started by making waitresses costumes and decorating the house by moving some more furniture as seats for the customers. To promote the Witch’s Cafe, they have distributed some pamphlets too. Though there were a lot customers, the problem arises in serving because of the lack of servers. That’s when Azusa’s demon friends came and offered her a helping hand.
Afterward, in the evening, Azusa realized how difficult it is to operate a cafe, as a result, she gave up on her idea and decided to do something else in the coming future.
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