Words hold great power in the world of The Faraway Paladin and out, as the unique fantasy anime announced today that Season 2 is subtitled "Tetsusabi no Yama no Ou" ("The Lord of the Rust Mountains") and will air in fall later this year. A teaser visual and trailer were also released, along with confirmed cast and staff members.
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The confirmed cast and corresponding character designs for Season 2 is as follows:
Shoya Chiba (Sigma in Bungo Stray Dogs) as
William G. Maryblood
Ayumu Murase (Kage in Ranking of Kings) as
Eri Suzuki (Milinda in Heavy Object) as
Koji Yusa (Gin in Bleach) as
Kenji Nomura (Ushiyama in Golden Kamuy) as
Aoi Yuki (Yuki-onna in In/Spectre) as
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Based on the light novels by Kanata Yanagino and Kusunaga Rin, The Faraway Paladin Season 2 is being directed by Akira Iwanaga (Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest) at studios OLM and Sunrise Beyond, taking over from Yu Nobuta at Children's Playground Entertainment, alongside series composer Tatsuya Takahashi, character designers Koji Haneda and Tatsuya Arai, and music composers Ryuichi Takada and Keigo Hoashi.
Crunchyroll streamed the first season as it aired in Fall 2021, describing it as such:
In the ruined city of the dead far from human civilization lives a single child named Will. He is raised by three undead: Blood the heroic skeleton warrior, Mary the ladylike mummy priestess, and Gus the crotchety ghost wizard. The three of them teach the boy what they know and pour their love into him. One day, the boy begins to wonder, "Who am I?" Will uncovers the mysteries of the undead hidden in this faraway land. He learns of the love and mercy of good gods, as well as the paranoia and madness of evil gods. And once he learns it all, the boy embarks on the path to becoming a Paladin.
Source: Comic Natalie
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