In this absolutely sugary sweet isekai anime series, we meet a young woman who in her original life died from overwork. When she gets to the afterlife, a god with a weakness for females allows her to be reborn in a new world in the body of an eternally youthful and immortal 17-year-old witch.
Wanting nothing more than to lead a quiet life with little work, the witch spends her days tending to her field, making medicine from local herbs, and killing at least 25 slimes a day just to bring in some kind of income. After 300 years, however, it turns out that she’s maxed out her level! After that bit of information gets out, the witch’s quiet life disappears as she has adventurers and a dragon appearing on her doorstep wanting to challenge her and test their strength!
Premiering on Saturday, April 10th; this series, produced by studio Revoroot, features Nobukage Kimura as the director and Tatsuya Takahashi creating the series composition. They are working off character designs adapted for the anime by Keisuke Goto.
The second episode of I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level will air in Japan on Saturday, April 17th.
I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level airs in Japan at 9 pm Japan Standard Time. It streams shortly after that at the following times outside of Japan:
Pacific Time: 6:30 am
As of April 12th, 2021, the only place to watch this series legally is Crunchyroll. No other streaming services have announced plans to simulcast this one.
The first episode of this series was too cute for words. The reaction shots were done absolutely perfectly, and the setup is strong. This is a series that I know I can go all-in with and feel safe and secure that I’m going to have a great time.