In recent years, light novels have gained almost as much renown as manga. Several series, from “The Apothecary Diaries” to “So I’m a Spider, So What,” have been adapted into manga because of the devotion of their audiences.
This was the situation with Riku Misora’s and Won’s “Chivalry of a Failed Knight.” It was turned into a manga that ran for three years in “Monthly Shnen Gangan,” with 18 volumes released since 2013 and over 1 million copies sold.
Two years after its first release, Silver Link and Nexus adapted “Chivalry of a Failed Knight” into an anime directed by Shin Oonuma of “Negima!?” The first three light book volumes were adapted for this anime.
Despite the fact that it has been nearly six years since the last episode aired, the novels have continued, and there are at least a couple more volumes planned before the final arc comes to an official close.
No doubt a sizable fanbase is waiting with bated breath for Season 2. If the anime is revived, here is what fans may look forward to.
When will Season 2 of Chivalry of a Failed Knight be Available to Stream And Release Date?
There has been no announcement regarding the renewal of “Chivalry of a Failed Knight” for a second season. With over 2,000 reviews on IMDb, the series has received a good 7.4/10 rating and is now available to stream on Hulu.
The level of quality in the anime has been praised as divine by several viewers. The quality, romance, battle scenes, and minimal fan service were all praised by a Crunchyroll user who gave it five stars.
And obviously there is some interest in the light novels, else Riku Misora and Won wouldn’t have continued writing it. It’s likely that the pandemic would cause delays in production if a second season is announced, meaning that fans will have to wait longer to see it.
While waiting for the next season, they can rewatch the first one or read the light novels to find out what happens next to their favourite characters.
Cast of The Season 2 of “Chivalry of a Failed Knight”?
The cast of “Chivalry of a Failed Knight” is diverse and full of interesting individuals. If the anime continues, fans may count on seeing many of the original cast members return for subsequent seasons.
Ikka Kurogane, who fails as a Blazer (a human who can use his soul as a weapon) and yet wants to become a powerful Mage-Knight despite his failures, is one of these.
He’s got with him Stella Vermillion, princess of the Vermillion Empire. While she and Ikka have the same end objective in mind, the former is a more experienced and skilled Blazer who improves with practise.
Many other students and friends of Ikka and Shizuku’s are involved in their preparations for the Seven Star Sword Art Festival at Hagun Academy, including the obsessive sister of Ikka, Shizuku; the shadow controller, Nagi “Alice” Arisuin; the daughter of the swordsman, Ayase Ayatsuji; the president of Hagun’s student council, Toka Todo; the popular knight and bully, Hizuya
Amane Shinomiya, a youngster who can tilt the odds in his favour by manipulating fate, Rinna Kazamatsuri, a girl who can control people like animals by wearing animal collars, and Bakuga Tsukikage, leader of the Akatsuki Academy and a prophet, may all make appearances as well.
So, what exactly will happen in Season 2 of Chivalry of a Failed Knight? Plot
If the second season of “Chivalry of a Failed Knight” is picked up, it will likely follow the same formula as the first and adapt the remaining three volumes of the light novels into an animated series.
Ikka went from being the “worst” knight to proposing to Stella in front of everyone and ultimately defeating Toka Todo in the selection process. This means he will be able to attend the upcoming festival as one of the academy’s official delegates.
In the second season, Ikki and the other academy representatives will prepare for the Seven Stars Sword Art Festival, where they will face off against Blazers from other schools.
New adversaries await them, including members of the Akatsuki, an organisation with the ultimate goal of becoming the strongest of all.
As Ikka continues to polish his Blazer talent and establish his value, fans may expect to see even more spectacular bouts, and possibly more growth between Ikka and Stella.