The Lusitania forces continue to hold rule over the Kingdom of Pars despite Arslan’s fierce battle against Lord Silver Mask. Arslan continues to fight for his rightful throne, but there are still many conflicts left to resolve. But the biggest mystery—who are his parents? And is that an answer he’s prepared to face?
Being honest Arslan Senki is a great anime overall but it's not perfect close but not perfect, for example the very first one, it's the type of anime you see and go "eh" but if you actual watch it up to the 2nd episode it's very promising and it sorta drags you in the Arlasn Senki "Franchise", the episode are long, say 45'minutes and 6 EPS but it's 12 EPS if you want to do it that way, The second boot is also amazing again not perfect
This was a great, but short, sequel to the main anime’s storyline. There will be minor vague spoilers in this review: I actually liked the fact that Arslan’s father made it back to the throne. It will prove how little he deserves it. The side stories like the assassination plot, the pirate story, the seeking of the honorable sword story, Silvermask’s semi-love interest backstory, etc etc were all very good. They also came together well. Perhaps it was because this season was so short, but I had fewer grievances with it than the first season. I appreciated the minimal Mulan-style cro$$dressing in this one and the creative outwitting of enemies and traitors. Unfortunately, this story ended on a cliffhanger right before, what seems like, the most important battle in the anime. I haven’t seen any future season’s in the making, which is sad. Anyway, overall, it is still on par with the first season. A solid 8/10.
I was not a fan of season 1 of Arslan Senki. I found the character development very unsatisfactory, and it felt too juvenile to be a good millitary anime. That being said, episode 1 of season 2 is very promising, and I look forward to seeing where Arslan Senki goes from here. Plus, it is evident that they got a real budget for the show as the animation is of a far better quality.
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