After being summoned to another world similar to the game he used to play, Diablo lives a tumultuous life in this new world after he finds himself the unwitting master of Rem the Pantherian and Shera the Elf; and now, even the Demon Lord-turned-young-girl Klem obeys him! One day, Diablo ends up rescuing a holy woman who was being pursued by a Paladin, and she turns out to be the most important person in the Church. Befriending her, Diablo and the others act as her escorts until they reach Zircon Tower deep in the Demon Lord’s territory. After arriving in a new town, more difficulties arise, ultimately culminating in the appearance of a gargantuan monster attacking them! Is the self-proclaimed Demon Lord becoming a guardian deity for a follower of the Gods!?
Source: J-Novel Club
I love How Not to Summon a Demon Lord. The first season did not have an amazing plot, but it had a good story. While, of course, there was fan service, there was a balance. What I mean is that the anime never tried to be fan service only, it also paid attention to the story and characters. And it was super fun! Second season, however, is nothing but a huge disappointment. Remember me talking about balance? Right, this is exactly what the second season completely neglected. It feels like it just became so lazy to focus on the story and characters that it just decided to focus on fan service and fan service only. Do not get me wrong, I am not against fan service. However, I always want from ecchi shows to have some kind of a plot and give characters a bit of a time to shine. Here, however, the story has reached a complete level of nonsense, with more and more useless characters being added, who are just additions to the Diablo’s harem; nothing but a disappointment. Like I said already, the first season did not have an amazing story, but it was trying. Here, however, it is easy to notice that the second season completely stops to focus on anything other than fan service. Overall, really, I am VERY disappointed. It just obvious, when you compare the two seasons, how bad the second is. With the addition of some of the worst characters, who serve just like an object of some tentacle po… fan service, I do not know. If I want to watch some tentacle rape, I would rather watch some hentai. That said, if you want to watch 99% fan service and 1% story and characters, watch the second season. If you, however, like ecchi to have some plot, watch the first season and just skip the second. It is not worth it at all. But it is for you to decide, so make your decision.
this season has sort of been a let down from the first season. The pacing has reduced quite a bit from before. The entry of more characters could be both a good thing and bad thing, for the echhi fans, more lewd scene(ahem) but the balance between the characters has not been found making it a mess. The story has prgressing quite fine withe the anime not deviating from main story and becoming a full blown echhi series which is a plus point obviously. It will be a trean for the many isekai fans no doubt, with it being a fantasy of many to be a op person with a huge harem. another things which the fans from first season must have noticed that diablo gets quite flustered around the gurls when they press their chest around him, i mean he did just outright squeze them in the first season duh. my ratings had been 7.5 for season one but my rating for season 2(7 episodes in) would be a pretty decent 7/10
How to ruin an anime. The first season was standard fare, but at least there was the semblance of a plot. This season didn't have a plot so much as possible story that died a horrible death under the weight of constant fan service. <div id="capti-toolbox" class="capti-toolbox-close"> </div> <div id="cap-small-context-menu"> </div> <div> </div> <div id="capti-toolbox" class="capti-toolbox-close"> </div> <div id="cap-small-context-menu"> </div>
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