Seikon No Qwaser Season 3 Release Date And Other Updates

The action-packed, supernatural, romance anime series is based on the manga series of the same name written by  Hiroyuki Yoshino and illustrated by Kenetsu Satō. The manga as of now has a total of 24 volumes. The main anime series was released back in 2010, and as of now, it has two seasons two far with 24 episodes in the first season and 12 episodes in the second one. Here’s what we know about Seikon No Qwaser Season 3 Release Date.

Seikon No Qwaser Season 3 Release Date

Despite having an enormous amount of “fan service”, the anime was pretty much well-received in Japan. Though it’s been a long time since the release of its previous instalments as of now no announcement has been made regarding the anime series so chances of there being a new instalment are pretty low, however, as of now, nothing can be said. 

Seikon No Qwaser Season 3 Story

Seikon No Qwaser
Seikon No Qwaser

The story of the anime series kicks off following the sudden disappearance of Tomo Yamanobe’s father. Tomo’s father was previously the headmaster of the Saint Mikhailov Academy. He disappeared all of a sudden abruptly, and no one didn’t have a clue as to why, how and what exactly happened to him. His own daughter Tomo herself didn’t have a clue regarding the disappearance of her father. Her father left behind nothing except for “icon” which is an art piece of high importance. Everything was getting perplexed about the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Tomo’s father and to make matters worse a rumour started to spread rapidly about a serial killer lurking around in the shadows and is solely targeting the female students of the academy. The rumours about this serial killer were blood-curdling, and nothing about this serial killer was known initially and things were starting to get really tense. Tomo is a sweet and childish girl but has a very naive perspective. She is clearly not ready to deal with the complexities and perplexities that surrounds the world. Not only her mental perspective is childish but her physical strength is also pretty low making her quite vulnerable and an easy target of getting bullied in the academy by her own classmates.

She is close friends with her roommate Mafuyu Oribe, who is the adopted daughter of the previous dean of the academy. She also considers herself as the protector of Tomo since Tomo is not strong enough to deal with the world herself. Oribe is a cheerful and enthusiastic girl and unlike Tomo, she knows how to deal with situations. She is also physically strong as she is extremely proficient in kendo. She also happens to carry a wooden sword with her almost all the time. Life for Tomo and Oribe was never an easy one especially when it came to Tomo. Both of them were harshly bullied by her classmates who most of the time picked on them. Tomo and Oribe really had a hard time coping with the academy.

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Things started to gain momentum in the series after the fateful encounter between Tomo, Oribe and a strange silver-haired guy one day while they were returning home from school. The silver-haired boy was a complete stranger to them as they have never ever seen him before. Oribe tried to approach him in order to learn more about him but the silver-haired guy just vanished with no trace to be found around whatsoever. Shocked and intrigued Oribe then tries to find him and while doing so she found out that the entire church which is holding onto the icon has caught fire and is burning now. Upon seeing this happening, Oribe jumps right into the burning church and charges through the flames in order to salvage the piece of art. But things got more difficult for her as while trying her best to save the piece of art, the notorious rumoured serial killer appeared out of nowhere and tries to kill Oribe.

The serial killer is no ordinary human as the serial killer happens to have a mysterious ability which allows him to control the element magnesium and the serial killer with the help of this ability attacked Oribe. The silver-haired boy then appeared there out of nowhere and rescued Oribe from the serial killer. The silver-haired boy revealed that his name is Alexander Nikolaevich “Sasha” Hell and he has the same mysterious ability as the serial killer but he can control the element iron. It is then revealed that this mysterious ability can be used with the help of ‘soma’ and the people capable of using just ability is known as “qwaser”. This marked as the beginning of a journey surrounding the threats, adventure and drama surrounding the mysteries of other qwasers and the academy.

Seikon No Qwaser Season 3 Characters

Seikon No Qwaser
Seikon No Qwaser

Alexander Nikolaevich “Sasha” Hell- Yuuko Sanpei from Tokyo, Japan provides the Japanese voice for Alexander Nikolaevich “Sasha” Hell in the anime series. She is also popular for her other roles such as Boruto Uzumaki from Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Hidernori from Daily Lives of High School Boys, Chizuru from Kimi ni Todoke and many more. 

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