It's another story of a Japanese teen getting isekai'd to a fantasy world only, at the request of the teen she's going to be perfectly average in every-way... Just a shame she forgot to ask god to be an average human. This one is a charming romp but doesn't have a lot of substance to it. However, if cute girls doing adventurous things in a fantasy land is in any way appealing, this will be worth the look. Read the full review and I'd love to know what you thought of 'Didn't I Say To Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life'.
The season final ends more or less where I finished reading the books so while it feels like there is more journey to come, I kind of like where this decided to stop. Episode 12 of Didn't I Say To Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life continues to be average entertainment, but entertaining nonetheless.
This ended up being a weird combination of episodes to watch with episode 10 being kind of a stand-alone filler story and then episode 11 being part one of what is clearly the climax of season one. Still, both were enjoyable and I'm looking forward to the final episode of the season.
Didn't I Say To Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life continues to take a slightly different path from the novels but the end result works well enough. These two episodes are definitely a step up from the beach episode we got at episode 7.
Pointless beach episode - probably enough said.
While the Crimson Vow didn't learn the lesson Reina was aiming for, this episode probably taught them all the value of finishing a job. Didn't I Say To Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life takes a small detour from light and frothy fun for a look at the slightly more serious side of a hunter's job.
It is tragic and not-so-tragic backstory time for the girls of Crimson Vow in Didn't I Say To make My Abilities Average in the Next Life episode 5.
The girls are ready to start taking on quests but between greedy merchants and facing past traumas it isn't going to be all smooth sailing. However, Didn't I Say To Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life continues to be just a bit of light fun for the week.
The fun continues (for those who've been enjoying this) for Mile and her roommates as they get to their graduation from Hunter's Prep-School (seems like they just started). Still, this episode is a lot of fun.
Some silly antics ensue as Mile and the other girls begin their lives at the hunter prep school. This one isn't asking a lot from the audience but it is just kind of fun.