It's pretty clear that Overseer D is incredibly dangerous. But no sense worrying about that now! The protagonist heads upwards through the labyrinth. All while dreaming of eating plenty of food, and having a new home for herself. Meanwhile, an assault by demonic forces have the kingdom in danger.
Reincarnation, in Another World?
My House, On Fire?
Earth Wyrm (Dragon), Bad News?
Does Catfish, Taste Good?
The Hero, and the Demon Lord?
Springtime, for Princes?
Am I, Dead?
I Can't Speak, Isekai?
Who Is This, Geezer?
Next Time, Is the Big Battle?
My Battle Has, Only Just Begun?
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Lonely thirty-seven-year-old Satoru Mikami is stuck in a dead-end job, unhappy with his mundane life, but after dying at the hands of a robber, he awakens to a fresh start in a fantasy realm...as a slime monster! As he acclimates to his goopy new existence, his exploits with the other monsters set off a chain of events that will change his new world...
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These are pretty similar for starters they get reincarnated both a none human animal like in So I'm a spider so what she get renicarnated as a spider. And in the other anime is reincarnated as a slime
It has very good animation (not that bad vomit looking cgi kind) and has an execellent plot. While saying that I know that nothing is perfect, but i hope you explore this exciting show.
They both have a videogame-type of feeling. About leveling up and meeting more characters that you could be-friend or destroy. The animation is also quite enjoyable. For that time I got reincarnated as a slime, the animation is lovley. I definetly think it's worth watching. For the spider isekai, the story is quite well built (in my opinion) and both of these animes it has them become other-worldy beings through reincarnation.
With the help of Queen Ramiris, the children are now in stable condition and should lead normal lives, much to Rimuru’s relief. But all is not well… In fact, there are forces of humankind in this fantasy world that do not look kindly upon a slime-led nation of monsters. And now, insidious threats to Rimuru and the country of Tempest may be...
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Both start as weak mobs and non-human characters. Both also have game mechanics. Both also have the classic reincarnation story line. But unlike in
"That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime", "So I'm a Spider, So What?"
has her whole class reincarnated with her. So just like in Slime (for short) there are more characters then just main ones.
Both Isekai deal with reincarnation into a different species. learning to deal with new body/abilities and suroundings and rules at the same time. both just want to live, but to live strength is needed
They both get reincarnated and they go through a lot of things in the beginning but then they get overpowered.