Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7 Review: A New Vow To Bore People

Clearly, being positive isn’t helpful. Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7 dwells a lot on the negative, so shall we. Let’s find out what happened in the latest outing of the show!

Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7 Overview

Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7 Title

Arifureta From Commonplace to World’s Strongest Season 2 or Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou Season 2 in original Japanese is an Isekai, fantasy and romance anime brought to the medium of anime by Studios Mother and asread. Asread is known for anime such as the first season of Arifureta and Mirai Nikki. Meanwhile, this season is Studio Mother’s first anime adaptation of any kind.

This season is being directed by Akira Iwanaga, the mind behind several anime projects such as Corpse Party and Kingdom. The series is adapted from a light novel written by Ryou Shirakome and TakayaKi. This episode of the show is thus also referred to as Arifureta From Commonplace to World’s Strongest Season 2 Episode 7, and Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou Season 2 Episode 7. Click here to read our review of the previous episode of the show.

– Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou Season 2 Episode 7 Review does not contain spoilers –

Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7 Review- Negative Works Better

Hajime Myu Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7

The review of the last episode of this show had an agenda, and pretty transparently so. It was a sincere effort to praise the show for everything that it does well, but it was done for a reason. They say that good deeds don’t require a reason or an excuse, but since there was one, in this case, it doesn’t hurt to be forthcoming about it. It was done so that when the time came to bash and call out the show for the horrible quality of its characters, writing, setting, surrounding, and everything else, no one could point and claim that the show wasn’t given a shot or that the author was biased.

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Coming right down to the brass tacks, the show just isn’t very good right now, and that is putting it mildly. Nothing it is attempting is working in the way it wanted, and it isn’t very entertaining to watch. It has been treading water for a long while without accomplishing anything of note or its characters breaking a sweat. It is like the show has already been greenlit for a season 3, and thus all the material is being saved for that season, while all the latest outing gets is drivel.

Girls Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7

Take this episode that we are talking about as a specimen. It was a different effort than what the show had previously attempted, featuring little to no action and focusing on the human element. It was supposed to be a sad outing, one that makes you emotional or even want to cry. It did succeed in that endeavour, as it did manage to make the viewer cry- out of boredom, that is. It was truly a wretched outing, one that attempted to do a lot but failed at everything.

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The show started a plotline a few episodes ago, which involved the gang finding Myu’s natural habitat (because she’s a mermaid) and returning her to her parents. Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7 saw the end to that, and what should have been an emotional send-off fell flat on its face, mostly due to the enormous amount of immature and inappropriate jokes being made around the supposed child. The way Hajime attracts women to him, including Myu’s mother for some reason, is also wildly off-putting and doesn’t work well, especially as Hajime and Yue are already a couple.

The B plot, involving the other transported classmates, their teacher and the entire empire and God of this world, is meh at best and unintelligible at worst. These were never the most interesting characters, to begin with, and getting kidnapped isn’t going to change that. It is just going to reinforce their uselessness and dependence on Hajime. This is not the show moving its plot forwards. This is just taking it a few steps back. Sure, Hajime will fight and kill God someday, but it needs to be fun and watchable before that happens for people to care.

Verdict

Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7 was another uninspired and tiring outing by a show that has seemed to leave everything entertaining about it in its past and wants to move on without them.

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SUMMARY

Arifureta Season 2 Episode 7 was another uninspired and tiring outing by a show that has seemed to leave everything entertaining about it in its past and wants to move on without them.

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