Tensura Chapter 89 is about to release on 25th October 2021, Monday. Fans are very excited about the release of the chapter!!
The king and his brother Edmalis take over as King Edmaris steps down. As restitution, around ten thousand gold star coins were paid straight from the royal treasury. The nobles are dissatisfied with the situation of the kingdom at the moment. Everyone can see the power imbalance, and they need someone to support the kingdom now more than ever. Is King Edmalis the best person for the job?
The only way to know is to wait and see. Then, according to spoilers from Chapter 89 of That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime, Hinata Sakaguchi and the western holy church are considering assaulting the Jura forest federation.
About the Series:
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In this series, Satoru Mikami, a 37-year-old Tokyo-based business employee, is a regular guy. Despite the fact that he doesn’t have a girlfriend, he is practically satisfied with his boring life. An attacker emerges from nowhere and stabs him during a casual contact with his coworker. Later in the chapters, we see that a mysterious voice echoes in his mind as he succumbs to his injuries, recreating a series of commands he couldn’t understand.
Further, we see in the chapters that, when Satoru regains consciousness, he learns that he has been reborn as a Slime on a strange planet. Soon, he gains additional abilities, including the “Predator” ability, which surprisingly helps him to eat anything and imitate its look and abilities.
He comes back to Veldora Tempest, a Catastrophe-level ‘Storm Dragon’ who has been imprisoned for somewhat about 300 years for destroying a village and killing people!! Satoru becomes a friend to the dragon, offering to assist him in shattering the seal since he feels a bit bad and sorry for him. Veldora bestows the name Rimuru Tempest on him in a way a return for heavenly protection.
Tensura Chapter 89 Release Date:
The famous Japanese comic series is about to release on 25th October 2021, Monday.
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