‘By the Grace of the Gods’ Season 2 Is Getting A Dub

Originating as a web novel in 2014, ‘By the Grace of the Gods’ is a fantasy adventure light novel series written by Roy, illustrated by Ririnra, and published by Hobby Japan since 2017. The Japanese animation studio Maho Film picked it up for an anime in 2020 and launched a second season in 2023.

Crunchyroll acquired the streaming rights for the anime and has announced that season two will be accompanied by and English dub.

They revealed the cast on their website:

  • Ryoma voiced by Emily Neves (Eri in My Hero Academia)
  • Eliaria voiced by Suzie Yeung (Sumi in Rent-a-Girlfriend)
  • Callum voiced by Lee George (Appare in APPARE-RANMAN!)
  • Carla voiced by Dani Chambers (Reina in Aharen-san wa Hakarenai)
  • Fei voiced by Oscar Seung
  • Fina voiced by Felecia Angelle (Suzune in Classroom of the Elite)
  • Glissela voiced by Wendy Powell (Envy in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
  • Jane voiced by Brittney Karbowski (Rimuru in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
  • Li Ling voiced by Emi Lo (Miri in Buddy Daddies)
  • Maria voiced by Jeannie Tirado (Norman in The Promised Neverland)
  • Selma voiced by Michelle Rojas (Roxy in Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation)
  • Serge voiced by Charlie Campbell (Hakuro in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
  • Tekun voiced by Patrick McAlister

Jad Saxton has been tapped as the ADR Director.

You can watch the trailer below:

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,

“Deep in the forest, far from any human contact, there lives a child named Ryouma Takebayashi. He engages in the rather strange hobby of keeping various types of slimes as pets. Furthermore, despite his young age, he has a sturdy physique and good compatibility for magic. All of this is because, having endured much hardship in his previous life, three gods grace Ryouma with a second chance to pursue one goal: savor the wonders of life.

After three years of comfortable solitude pass by, Ryouma meets people that will change his current life forever. When he encounters and helps some soldiers tend to their wounded comrade, the group convinces him to accompany them to visit the nearby town’s ducal family. Ryouma agrees and soon embarks on a journey to explore the vast world beyond his home.”

There is a manga version of the series published by Square Enix and illustrated by Ranran that has been launched since 2017.

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