5 Facts About The Rising Of The Shield Hero

The Rising Of The Shield Hero is a Japanese light novel created by Aneko Yusagi which originally published as a web novel and later adapted into a twelve volume manga series by Aiya Kyū.

In a short interview with the author, Naofumi was inspired from a defence-specialised crusader character in “Ragnarok Online”.

Demi-Humans adapt to its most efficient form based on their levels. This is why Raphtalia’s body grew quickly in a span of a week. Her physical appearance may look mature but her mental maturity still remains as a 10-year-old.

Kaito Ishikawa, the voice actor of Naofumi, also voices over Tenya from My Hero Academia and Tobio from Haikyuu. While Asami Seto, the voice actress of Raphtalia, voices over Chihaya from Chihayafuru and Mai from Bunny Girl Senpai.

There’s a comedy spin-off story about the Spear Hero, Motoyasu Kitamura, called The Reprise of the Spear Hero.

5 Facts about Kakegurui

  1. Hyakkaou Private Academy was founded 122 years ago were powerful families from the world of politics to finance attended.
  2. “Hyakkaou Academy” literally translates as “Hundred Peonies Academy”. Japanese peonies symbolises for good fortune, daring and bravery which fits perfectly the general agenda of the school.
  3. Out of all the characters introduced in the series, Only Ryota Suzui is sensible.
  4. There are few ways to translate Yumeko Jabami’s name. But the most likely translation of it is: “Dream Child” for Yumeko and “Snake Eater” for Jabami.
  5. There is a Japanese live-action adaptation of Kakegurui Season 1 on Netflix. It didn’t catch the same craziness of the anime but I still enjoyed it nevertheless.

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