Light novels are now almost as popular as manga. From “The Apothecary Diaries” to “So I’m a Spider, So What,” fans have been so enthralled by the form that numerous episodes have been adapted into manga. This was the case with Riku Misora’s “Chivalry of a Failed Knight,” which was written and illustrated by Won. It became a manga that lasted for three years in “Monthly Shnen Gangan,” with 18 volumes released in 2013 and over one million copies sold. “Chivalry of a Failed Knight” was made into an anime by Silver Link and Nexus under the direction of “Negima!?” director Shin Oonuma two years after its release. The first three volumes of the light novels were covered by anime.
Despite the fact that the final episode aired over six years ago, the novels have continued, with at least a couple more volumes in the works until the final arc concludes. Many devoted fans must be looking forward to a new season. If the anime is revived, here’s what we can expect.
Chivalry Of A Failed Knight Season 2
When will Chivalry of a Failed Knight Season 2 be available?
There is currently no word on whether “Chivalry of a Failed Knight” will be renewed for a second season. The series is currently streaming on Hulu, and according to IMDb, it has received positive reviews with a 7.4/10 rating from over 2,000 reviews. Many fans have referred to the anime as “underrated” and “godlike.” On Crunchyroll, a user rated it five stars, praising the quality, romance, combat scenes, and modest use of fan service.
Furthermore, the light novels are clearly popular; otherwise, Riku Misora and Won would not have been able to keep the plot running. If a second season is announced, viewers will likely have to wait a little longer as the epidemic continues to cause production delays.
In the meantime, people can always rewatch the first season or read the light novels to find out what happens next to their favourite characters.
Who appears in Season 2 of Chivalry of a Failed Knight?
The cast of “Chivalry of a Failed Knight” is diverse and colourful. Most of the characters from the first season are anticipated to return if the anime continues.
Ikka Kurogane, a failed knight who failed as a Blazer – a person who can use his soul as a weapon — is determined to become a formidable Mage-Knight despite his flaws. Stella Vermillion, a princess of the Vermillion Empire, will be joining him. Despite having the same purpose as Ikka, she is a skilled Blazer who grows stronger with each battle.
They interact with many other students and friends at Hagun Academy as they prepare for the Seven Star Sword Art Festival, including Ikka’s obsessive sister, Shizuku; shadow controller Nagi “Alice” Arisuin; the swordsman’s daughter, Ayase Ayatsuji; Hagun’s student council president, Toka Todo; popular knight and bully, Hizuya Kirihara; and Itsuki, Ikka’s
Amane Shinomiya, a boy who can control fate to lean in his favour; Rinna Kazamatsuri, who can make people do her bidding using animal collars; and Bakuga Tsukikage, the leader of the Akatsuki Academy, who has prophetic skills, could all appear.
What will the plot of Season 2 of Chivalry of a Failed Knight be?
If “Chivalry of a Failed Knight” is revived, it will almost certainly follow the same path as the previous season, animating the other three volumes of the light novels. Ikka’s rise from being the “worst” knight to defeating Toka Todo during the selection process to proposing to Stella in front of everyone was witnessed in the first. He subsequently becomes one of the academy’s chosen ambassadors and is eligible to attend the upcoming festival.