The world disagreed.
No second season was announced.
It was a complex anime behind the scenes (the forefront being a brother/sister magic/school thing) which required more attention than you often realised until it was too late. Perhaps that’s why there wasn’t an immediate clammer and response for a second season. I thought the show’s star had faded.
Now, out of the blue, Dengeki Bunko has announced a second season.
We won’t see anything until 2020 but what we will get is more adaptation of from the light novel (volumes 9 to 11). The original cast will return, and the show is still showing on Crunchyroll.
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