The World's Finest Assassin returned this week. Our main character mission in Episode 6 was rather hard to watch in this one, but he now has a new ally, and we can't wait to find out what they are going to do next!
Based on a light novel written by Tsukiyo Rui and illustrated by Reia, The World's Finest Assassin offers a twist to your typical isekai by having an already extremely competent - and deadly! - character reincarnated in another world. In other ways, it is your typical isekai, as the fanservice and harem elements aren't for everyone. Those who enjoy the anime, however, note that these aren't as strong or problematic as in other works, so there's that.
If you can't wait for more, keep reading. Below, you'll find our handy guide to The World's Finest Assassin Episode 7 including the release date and airing time of Sekai Saiko no Anasatsusha.
The World's Finest Assassin Anime Episode 6 Recap
For many viewers, Episode 6 of The World's Finest Assassin was painful to watch, and rightfully so. A disguised Lugh assumes the identity of Illig Balor, merchant of Milteu.
Along with Tarte, he visits an orphanage, the episode's titular "Residence for Girls." The orphan girls are horribly abused. By the end of the episode, Lugh has a new ally, Maha, and the men responsible for the girls' misery have been punished. We can only hope that, like Maha, the other girls will get a chance in life.
The World's Finest Assassin Anime Episode 7 Release Date
The release date for The World's Finest Assassin Episode 7 is Wednesday, November 17, both in Japan and elsewhere. The episode title will be "Life of Falsehoods."
For the time being, the 12-episode anime is available to watch online with English subtitles only, but will change soon! The English dub has been announced and will air later in November. Meanwhile, the subtitles are available in many languages apart from English.
The World's Finest Assassin Anime Episode 7 Release Time
We expect The World's Finest Assassin Episode 7 to be released on Wednesday, the 17th of November at 11:00 pm in Japan. If this timeline remains correct, here's how this translates in different timezones for the show's release on Crunchyroll:
- Pacific Time: 7:30 AM
- Central Time: 9:30 AM
- Eastern Time: 10:30 AM
- British Time: 3:30 PM
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