Bofuri Season 2 Receives 2-Week Delay for Episode 7

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The seventh episode of Bofuri: I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, so I’ll Max Out My Defense. Season 2 is getting delayed from February 22 to March 8. The official statement attributes the cause to production delays caused by the recent spread of COVID-19 in China.

The first two episodes of the show will be re-aired in the meantime. The broadcast schedule for Episodes 11 and 12 is currently unknown.

Bofuri: I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, so I’ll Max Out My Defense. Season 2 premiered on January 11. It was originally announced with a 2022 release date. The first season aired in 2020 with 12 episodes.

The anime is based on the light novel series written by Yuumikan and illustrated by Koin, which began in 2017 and has 15 volumes as of January 2023. The series is published under the Kadokawa Books label. 

Yen Press describes the first volume as:

IS SHE THE GAME’S LAST BOSS?! Though she doesn’t play many MMOs, Maple has either a natural talent or impossibly good luck, because by pouring every last stat point she has into Vitality, she’s created a character who can’t be hurt! Whether it’s physical attacks or magic or status effects, nothing poses a real threat. In no time at all, news spreads across the server about the adorable terror who can’t be defeated. While Maple may just be having fun, her broken build is sure to attract lots of unexpected attention…

The returning staff for Bofuri Season 2 includes Shin Oonuma as director, Fumihiko Shimo as series composer, Kazuya Hirata as character designer and chief animation director, and Tarou Masuda as music composer. SILVER LINK is in charge of the animation production again. 

Meanwhile, the returning cast includes Kaede Hondo as protagonist Maple, Ruriko Noguchi as Sally, Saori Hayami as Kasumi, Satomi Arai as Kanade, Noriaki Sugiyama as Kuromu, Satomi Sato as Iz, Ai Kakuma as Mai, and Nanaka Suwa as Yui.

Bofuri began as a web novel on Shousetsuka ni Narou in 2016. A manga adaptation by Jirou Oimoto began in 2018.

Source: @bofuri_anime

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