That Time I Got Reincarnated a Slime Season 2 Episode 12 aired at the end of March concluding the first cour of the popular Isekai fantasy. This week, the show's absence left a gap, fortunately, filled by the more light-hearted The Slime Diaries. But this isn't the last we've seen of Rimuru and his friends' main adventures.
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 is a split-cour anime, meaning it's going to have two batches of 11-13 episodes each batch with a few months distance between itself and the previous one. This means that That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 13 will hit our screens in the not-too-distant future.
Below, you'll find our handy guide with everything we know so far about That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 13 - including a season finale recap.
In That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime we follow a man in his late thirties who is murdered, then gets reincarnated from a relatively purposeless, mundane life into a fantastic one, where he can have adventures he had never imagined. The only setback is explained in the title: he is now a slime.
In his new, magical world, however, this form is far from a curse. Rimuru Tempest, as our hero comes to be called, is extremely powerful. Using a spell called "Gluttony," he can devour anything and assume its form. On his way to prove his worth, he makes many friends and allies, and his well-being is one of his most important motivations.
Warning: If you haven't watched That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 12, you might want to skip to the next section to avoid spoilers.
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Episode 12 titled "The One Unleashed," takes off just after Rimuru's ascendance to a Demon Lord. Thankfully, Rimuru, though harsher, isn't too far gone, and he's definitely retained a core part of his identity. Waking up after a long slumber, he's ecstatic to see Shion and his other resurrected friends and share happy moments with them.
Meanwhile, Rimuru finds out that Eurazania was destroyed and Milim defeated Carrion, helped by Frey, another Demon Lord. Citizens manage to take refuge in Tempest, while Rimuru also finds out that Clayman might have had a hand in the recent destruction.
The demon Rimuru summoned in Episode 12 officially begins to serve his, taking up the name "Diablo." Finally, Rimuru manages to use his powers to fulfill his old promise to the Dragon Veldora, releasing him and giving him a new body. But is the dragon going to cause trouble? Episode 13 will hopefully give us some answers!
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 13 (also referred to as episode 37, counting the 24 episodes of season 1 as well) has no official release date. However, MyAnimeList lists the second part of Season 2 among the Summer 2021 anime, so our best bet is early June.
Premium Crunchyroll users will be able to watch Episode 13 when it premiers. Non-premium Crunchyroll users will have to wait a few weeks longer.
During the Winter 2021 Season, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 used to air every Tuesday at 11:00 PM JST. Should that remain correct for the second part of the series, the release times about episode 13 would be as follows:
Pacific Time: 7:00 AM
Central Time: 9:00 AM
Eastern Time: 10:00 AM
British Time: 2:00 PM
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime: Season 2 Episode 13 has no official release date, which means no countdown for the time being. We will update this space as long as we have definitive information.
The entire first season of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is available in both Crunchyroll and Funimation.
All the season 2 episodes that exist so far are available on Crunchyroll in Japanese with English subtitles. The first season is available on Funimation in English dub and season 2 is finally getting the same treatment. The first few episodes are already available in English on Funimation and the rest will follow in due course. We don't know the timeline for the dub of the season's second part, but it will most likely happen in due course.
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You can start watching That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime on Crunchyroll for free but there will be ads and you'll have to wait several weeks for the newest episodes to become available. If you're curious, start a 14-day free trial to watch all the available episodes and decide if Crunchyroll is for you. From there, premium plans start from $7.99 per month.
If you prefer the dub, a Funimation account starts from $5.99. Just be aware that you will have to wait several weeks for the dubbed version to catch up.
Meanwhile, if you can't wait for more Slime content there's a light novel and ongoing manga that you can check out.