The first season of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation has been one of the most popular isekai anime in recent memory. In March, a trailer for the second season of the anime was revealed on Anime Expo 2022’s third day. According to the trailer, we see Rudeus having an inner monologue. Rudeus’ face is covered by a hood as he travels through a snowy wilderness. Rudeus’ journey takes him through a series of intertwined scenarios depicting him and a lady who has a remarkable likeness to him armed with a bow.
Rudeus may finally get to go to the magic school that has been on his bucket list since Season 1’s first episode since the trailer depicts him with other beast people and a human wearing uniforms while they read from books. Rudeus reminds himself to never forget who he used to be and that despite all he’s lost, he still has and has acquired much more, as the trailer ends. Although the clip doesn’t provide much context, it does provide a lot of visuals and depth.
There is also speculation that season 2 is going to place after a time skip, as Rudeus looks to have graduated from the academy and is now a senior. Last season’s silver-haired elf remains a mystifying figure who will certainly play a significant role in the future season, yet we have yet to see anything about him. It’s the conclusion of the video, where a little elf girl with silver hair is discovered sleeping in a flower field by two people wearing the same clothes as Sylphie, that’s the most intriguing portion of the film.
A 34-year-old man named Rudeus is reincarnated as a little child in the fictional world of Jobless Reincarnation, an isekai anime. He retains his adult memories and knowledge and resolves to make the most of this second opportunity in life by making up for the mistakes he made in his first. Rudeus sets out on a solo mission to find his mother, who had been lost and separated from him earlier in the season, in part two of Season 1. While the teaser does a good job of whetting viewers’ appetites, there are still a lot of unanswered questions. However, if you’d want to witness more of Rudeus’ escapades, you can always turn to light novels. Anime fans may expect to see Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation on Crunchyroll in 2023.