From Commonplace to World’s Strongest Season 2 Episode Order Surfaces Online


Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest has apparently revealed how many episodes the second season will be! The winter 2022 anime schedule is in full swing, as many new anime debuts have premiered their first episodes, and one of the most anticipated of the entire new wave is the second season of Arifureta! The first season debuted with quite a controversial response among fans online, but when its first season ended in 2019, fans were hoping to see a second season of the anime one day return with new episodes.

The anime’s second season has finally premiered as part of the winter 2022 anime schedule and has already introduced a tough new challenge for Hajime and the others to face. As for how long this new season will apparently last, a listing of the series’ Blu-ray on its official website (as spotted by @AIR_News01 on Twitter) noted that the second season will have 12 episodes for its TV broadcast. The home video release will also apparently include an unaired 13th episode, although it’s currently unknown if this will be released in Japan:

The 13th episode will apparently not air with the rest of the second season, but will be 25 minutes long. Unfortunately, there are no details yet on what this new installment will entail, but it will likely serve as an outside story that won’t impact the main canon of the series too much. You can expect that, for the most part, this means the second season will wrap its story in all 12 episodes listed for the Blu-ray release. It’s also sadly one less episode than the first season (which also had its own OVA specials).

But if you wanted to check out the first season as well as the new episodes when they premiered, you can now find Arifureta – From Commonplace to World’s Strongest streaming with Funimation. The second season is officially described as such, “Transported to another world and left behind by his old friends, Hajime had to ascend from the literal bottom. It was in the maze that he strengthened his weak magic and found several beautiful allies. Now, after rescuing his classmates, he ventures to Erisen to escort Myu and her mother. He will fight and defeat anyone he has to find to find his way home, including a god! ”

What do you think? Will that be enough episodes for the second season of Arifureta? What did you think of the first episode? What do you hope to see before the end of season 2? Let us know all your thoughts on this in the comments! You can even contact me directly about all things anime and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

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