The Saint’s Magic Power Is Omnipotent Season 2 premiere started off with somewhat of a cliffhanger. The first few minutes of the episode showcased an action scene, breaking off with the peaceful and wholesome vibe that was almost always present in the first season, and showing our heroine in quite the predicament.
This came as a surprise, as the first season ended on a relaxed note without any notable drama. We soon discover that the first scene was only an appetizer designed to hook you in order to get your interest in what is yet to come, and it does its job. It also serves as a showcase for improvements in the animation compared to the first season, and the ability of the studio to get fight scenes down.
Once that introduction is over, however, we get back to where we left our cast off in the first season, and return to the wholesome slice-of-life vibes we know and love. We follow our adorable saint in her usual everyday life as she keeps bringing original inventions into her new universe. We got some very sweet moments between the main duo involving unprotected hand-holding. And of course, as every self-respecting isekai protagonist should, she set off on her quest to find rice.
Fujiazuki, mangaka of The Saint’s Magic Power Is Omnipotent, shared a commemorative illustration on X/Twitter to celebrate the season 2 premiere:
Aoagu, mangaka of The Saint’s Magic Power Is Omnipotent: The Other Saint, also shared an illustration on X/Twitter to commemorate the season’s premiere:
The Saint’s Magic Power Is Omnipotent Season 2 anime premiered on October 3rd, and you can stream it with English subtitles through Crunchyroll. The story is summarized as:
Sei, an overworked woman, never expected that she’d be transported to another world nor did she expect to have the power of a Saint. Why would she overwork herself in the new world when she could live her ideal life? Her ideal life? The life of leisure of course! Sei explores her new powers by studying and perfecting potions while helping others. Can she hide in her fantasy forever or is she really the Saint that the people needed?
The Saint’s Magic Power Is Omnipotent anime is based on the light novel of the same name, written by Yuka Tachibana and illustrated by Juri Yasayuki. The series also has a manga adaptation with Fujiazuki as the artist. The manga and light novel are both licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment.
Source: The Saint’s Magic Potion Is Omnipotent Official Website
© Yuka Tachibana, Yasuyuki Juri/KADOKAWA/ “The Saint’s Magic Is Almighty II” Production Committee