Juuni Taisen Season 2: Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer and Latest Update!

Nisio Isin wrote the Japanese novel “Juni Taisen,” which is also called “Juuni Taisen: Zodiac War.” Hikaru Nakamura draws the anime. The book came out for the first time in May 2015. This anime is a prequel to a manga that came out in January 2015 called “Dshitemo Kanaetai Tatta Hitotsu no Negai to Wari to S demo Nai 99 no Negai” (The One Wish That Must Be Granted, and the Ninety-Nine That Can Be Done Without).

Viz Media is in charge of the novel’s licensing. Graphic and later turned the manga into an anime series, which ran from October 3, 2017, to December 19, 2017. When the first season came out, it was very well received by both fans and critics. The season 1 finale aired three years ago, and fans are now waiting with bated breath to find out when the second season will air.

What Do We Expect From the Release Date of Juuni Taisen Season 2?

The TV show hasn’t been given a release date yet, but fans still have hope because the last set of the same-named light novel came out on December 12, 2018.  It’s been almost 4 years since the first time the show was shown in theatres.

Fans still have some hope, though, because the last set of the light novel just came out. That would give enough material for the second season. Still, there is no date for when the show will come out. We’ll let you know when the official date for the second season is set.

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Juuni Taisen Season 2

What Can We Expect From the Plot of Juuni Taisen Season 2?

Like the title says, the story is about warriors. The show starts in a city with about 500,000 people living there. All of these people have been taken away by something we don’t know about. To deal with the situation, twelve of the deadliest mercenary officers represent the characteristics of the Chinese zodiac.

In the twelfth Zodiac Tournament, which happens once every twelve years, they all compete against each other. During the fight, each warrior is asked to swallow one of the twelve poisonous gems, which will kill every warrior in twelve hours. The winner has to get all of the gems from the other eleven before the time runs out.

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What Can We Expect From the Cast of Juuni Taisen Season 2?

Tsuyoshi Sumino, a sleepy teen, is one of the characters in the show. He’s also called Rat. Eiji Kashii, who goes by the name Ox, is one of the other characters. He has long, black hair and horns. He is also known as the “Genius of Slaughter.”

Tiger is another name for Kanae Aira, a young woman with slightly orange hair. She is also a master of martial arts and became a soldier in the end. A young man named Rabbit used to fight with two knives.

Nagasaki Tsumita, Yoshimi Sma, Takeyasu Tsumita, Misaki Yki, Sumihiko Tsujiie, Ryka Niwa, Toshiko In, Michio Tsukui, Duedeculpe, and a lot of other people are also in the story. As the show goes on, each character grows and changes, which is why people want to watch it.

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Juuni Taisen Season 2 Trailer

Since there is no official confirmation of a second season, there is no trailer for it. But if you want to see it, you can watch the trailer for the first season. You can watch the trailer for the first season of Junni Taisen by clicking on the link above the article. It gives the audience a beautiful taste of the show. Many people have said nice things about it.

Where Can I Watch Season 2 of Juuni Taisen?

If you liked the show’s trailer and plot and want to watch it but don’t know where to do so, don’t worry. As always, we’ve got you covered. You can watch the show on Crunchyroll. There, you can see it for free.

Use the comment box to tell us what you thought of the show. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the show. All of you who are reading this, it’s time to say goodbye. We’ll see you soon on another show with another piece of writing.

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