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Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World Is Getting An Anime Adaptation

Kei Sazane’s light novel fantasy series Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World is getting an anime adaptation. Shin Oonuma who was behind (BOFURI: I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, so I’ll Max Out My Defense) and Mirai Minato who was behind (Masamune-Kun’s Revenge) will both be directing the series. Kei Sazane launched the series back in 2018 in Hakusensha’s Young Animal Magazine. We also get a small preview trailer of the anime that you can view below.

The official website of the series describes the story as: “Imperial” is an ideal hometown of mechanical devices with highly developed science and technology.
“Nebulis Imperial House” is a fear of being “a witch’s land”, making full use of supernatural powers.
There have been two heroes in both countries who have been fighting for a century.

Iska, the youngest and most powerful empire. Alice Reese,
the princess of the Nebulis Imperial Palace and also known as the “Ice Witch”.

When they met on the battlefield, they became a nemesis, betting their lives and fighting.
In order to protect the country, the family, and the companions, we will hold on to each other’s sustenance.

However, the two who touched each other’s true faces in the fierce battle were drawn to their ideals by their way of life. Even if
we knew that we couldn’t walk together and that we would be at the mercy of our cruel destiny.

…… As if to ridicule such two people, the tension in the world still increased and the plot of the great powers was about to intersect.

Divided the world, still, boys and girls are going to recruited feelings .

At this time this is all the information we have, but we will update you when more information is released. I don’t know about you but based on the synopsis and the trailer I’m really looking forward to this series. Will you be checking out the Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World anime when it releases? Let us know in the comment section below. Before you leave check out our latest article on the Demon Slayer manga officially making its end in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine here.

Source: Official Website

Joshua D.
Joshua D.
Just a Guy who loves Anime and Video Games

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