Eiyuu Kyoushitsu | Anime-Planet

Eiyuu Kyoushitsu Anime: Eiyo Kyshitsu is a light novel written by Shin Araki and illustrated by Haruyuki Morisawa. It has three volumes, with the first coming out on February 19, 2015; the second on May 22, 2015; and the third on September 25, 2015. Based on the original light novel, Araki also wrote and Minakuchi Takashi drew a manga series about it. It has 8 chapters and 1 published volume. The manga version ends with chapter 7, but the story goes on in the light novel.

Read More:

Eiyuu Kyoushitsu Anime Plot

A long time ago, there was a Demon Lord who terrorized the whole world until a hero stepped up to the stage and challenged the Demon Lord, beating him in the end and ending his reign. The Hero then made Rosewood Academy, a place where only the best heroes-in-training can go to learn how to be the best and help defend the world when it’s needed.

Enter Arnest Flaming, a girl with a strong sense of duty who is the best student at the academy and goes by the name “Empress of Flames.” One day, she meets Blade, a carefree new transfer student who seems to be as powerful as her, which irritates her. The King then asked Arnest to keep an eye on Blade and show him around the academy while he was there. In the story, the students’ struggles to become heroes are shown.

Eiyuu Kyoushitsu Anime Character

  • Blade (Bureido) is the main character in the light novel and manga Eiyo Kyshitsu. He is a transfer student at Rosewood Academy.
  • Sophitia Femto, whose real name is Sofuiteia Fuemuto, is one of the main characters in the series. Fans call her the “Blue Heroine.” She is in the top class at Rosewood Academy and is also known as “The Queen of Absolute Zero.”
  • Arnest Flaming ( Anesuto Fureimingu) is one of the main characters in the Eiyuu Kyoushitsu Anime series. She is the oldest daughter and the next head of the House of Flaming. Fans call her the Red Heroine. She is also the best student at Rosewood Academy and the only person who can use the demon sword Asmodeus right now.
  • King (Kingu, which means “King”) is the king of the country where the story takes place and is also the president of Rosewood Academy.
  • Claire (Kurea) is a low-grade student at Rosewood Academy and one of Blade’s very first friends. She also has a very close relationship with Jessica.
  • Jessica (Jeshika) is a low-grade student at Rosewood Academy and one of Blade’s earliest friends.
  • Leonard (Reonaru) is a top-grade student at Rosewood Academy and one of Blade’s earliest friends.

Eiyuu Kyoushitsu Anime Released Date

For now, the creators of the show haven’t said when the new anime will come out. We haven’t heard anything new about the studio or the people working on the anime project. The 12th issue of the ongoing manga just says that the anime project is in the works. Fans might have to wait a few more weeks before the manga gives them any more information.

The anime version of the light novel Classroom for Heroes will start in 2023, but the exact date has not been announced yet. The anime got its official website on Wednesday, July 20, 2022. It had information about the first key image, the staff, and the premiere date of 2023. Also, if rumors are true, the anime Classroom of Heroes could become a movie by the fall of 2023. Let’s see if the rumors line up with what we know to be true. Keep an eye out for more details.

Eiyuu Kyoushitsu A Brief Update

Just a brief update for those who enjoy comedic slow-life fantasies: Shin Araki and Haruyuki Morisawa created the light novel series Classroom for Heroes, known in Japan as Eiyuu Kyoushitsu, about a once-brave hero who loses his powers and wishes to live a normal school life in a school for training heroes. The anime adaptation of the series has begun production.

The news was dropped at the same time as the September 24, 2021, Japanese release of the series twelfth volume, a light novel. There has been no further announcement about the TV anime production’s cast, staff, or premiere date as of yet.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.