Introduction to Trinity Seven season 2
Seven Arcs Pictures handled the adaptation of Trinity Seven into an anime in 2014. There were decent reviews for the show, but it wasn’t universally loved. Perhaps this is why there has not been a Trinity Seven season 2, but there have been further adaptations of the source material. This series’ first movie, The Eternal Library and the Alchemist Girl, was released in 2017. It was followed by Heaven’s Library & Crimson Lord in 2019. There has been no new season of the show yet, but these movies feature the cast.
On the other hand, the films’ production shows that there’s certainly room for more content if they begin doing full seasons again (they’re not even doing this with the anime). And with a second season, there’s a good chance the movies would also continue.
Trinity Seven in 2017
The Trinity Seven manga concluded in 2017 after publishing over half a century of content (it began in 2011) and has no sign of continuing. It is ending at an odd place since it is right where the show left off.
While there are still novels released within the franchise, they’re not getting new ones often and certainly not fast enough to justify another anime based on them. On top of everything, this isn’t an incredibly popular anime, either. Trinity Seven isn’t without flaws (even ignoring Arata’s over poweredness). Still, there’s certainly potential for it to provide some good entertainment even if the story isn’t unique, making these upcoming films an easy watch.
The release date of Trinity Seven season 2
Trinity Seven premiered on October 8, 2014, and concluded on March 26, 2015. A movie based on the show was released on February 25, 2017. A second titled The Eternal Library and the Alchemist Girl, was released on February 15, 2019. Novels continue to release within the franchise, but they’re not getting new volumes often and certainly not fast enough to justify another anime based on them. On top of everything, this isn’t an incredibly popular anime, either.
It’s not like KyoAni is going to be knocking down the manga artist’s door, asking for a second season any time soon. The books are all written at this point, and they’re ending right where the show ended. There’d either need to be a significant time skip or retreading of preexisting content (which is still pending at that same place). So yeah, we can’t say we’re getting more Trinity Seven anime anytime soon.
Trinity Seven Season 2’s Cast List
Lucinda Asami: She teaches at the institution where Arata pursues her magical studies and is a prominent Trinity Seven member. She is at first rude and unsupportive to Arata, but as the story goes on, she softens and helps him a lot with his wizard training. As the story continues, her personality undergoes significant adjustment, including important father-related revelations.
Arin Kannazuki: A Trinity Seven member with cognitive problems from her early years. The headmaster granted her admission to the school. She is portrayed as being reckless, although occasionally, she shows emotion for Arata.
Levi Kazama: Levi Kazama was one of Arata’s first friends at the Imperial Biblia Institute. In addition to being a powerful fighter, Levi can cast tribal spells as well.
Sherlock Lieselotte: Lieselotte used to be the Royal Library Inspectors’ secondary office. Originally from the Royal Biblia Academy and Trinity Seven, she is an incredibly beautiful magician. Later, she acknowledges that she has a criminal past.
Mira Yamana: Besides being a part of the Trinity Seven and the Royal Biblia Academy, Mira Yamana oversees grimoire security.
What could be the reason behind its delay?
Although there are plenty of reasons why Trinity Seven season 2’s release date is unknown now, one can speculate that the lack of source material is one of them. Or KyoAni might not have found enough “meat” with which to create another season, considering that most of book 6 is already covered in this latest anime.
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An introduction to Trinity Seven season 1
In the first season, few characters were introduced, although most of them were not major characters, and most of them played minor roles in the series. The only two main female protagonists are Lilith Asami and Arin Kannazuki. In addition, these two also had more screen time than any other character in the series. Furthermore, Lilith and Arin served as love interests for our protagonist – Yūto Amakawa.
Unfortunately, they cannot be considered “distinct” from one another because their outgoing personalities tend to overlap. While Lilith is somewhat reserved with her expressions, Arin is more direct. Arin also has a tsundere personality, while Lilith cannot respond to emotional outbursts.
Is there anything interesting about Yūto Amakawa?
Yūto Amakawa is the only main male protagonist in the series. However, this should not be surprising, considering his involvement was crucial to both seasons’ storylines. Being one of seven chosen mages/magicians who are given an illustrious title for being incredibly proficient at magic, Yūto has been trained from a young age to become a mage.
Summarizing the first season of Trinity Seven
In this version of Earth, seven mages have been given an illustrious title for being incredibly proficient at magic. In particular, they possess a special type of class called Magus. The protagonist – Yūto Amakawa – was trained from when he was young to become the greatest mage ever seen by humanity because he possesses none of the special abilities common to other humans.
The story’s first installment focuses on Yūto’s life. He learns more about magic, meets notable characters with different types of magic, and helps them with their issues. However, his life takes a turn for the worst when Arin Kannazuki is murdered by someone from the Eye of Mikhail. To save her, Yūto discovers that seven girls have been imprisoned inside books. These seven were chosen by Trinity Seven – Kayano – from past recorded history because they would become powerful mages whose names would be known worldwide. For the seven girls, Yūto has to steal them from their owners. For someone with none of the particular abilities common to other humans, this is no simple task.