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Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 Episode 3: Release date and Watch Online

Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 Episode 3 is scheduled to release on October 17, 2021. The series has sent a wave of anticipation throughout the fandom.

Jobless Reincarnation (Mushoku Tensei) is a Japanese light novel written by Rifujin na Magonote.  It has been adapted into a manga as well as anime. Manabu Okamoto is directing the animation of this series. It comes under the genres of fantasy and isekai. They also have an RPG game developed by Aiming Co., Ltd.

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Plot of Mushoku Tensei

The story follows a 34-year-old man who accidentally gets reborn into a world full of swords and sorcery. The man feels useless as he’s not even able to attend his parents’ funeral. In an attempt to save some teenagers in a truck accident, the man loses his life. He’s born as Rudeus Greyrat, a baby with loving parents and magic skills. Although he’s at a beginner stage, he’s able to hone his skills at a fast pace.

Rudeus trains magic under Roxy Migurdia and learns sword fight with his father, Paul. His seemingly peaceful life there is disturbed by monster attacks and war. He has to fight against monsters and Human-God to protect himself and his loved ones. He’s on a journey to overcome his past life and conquer what he could in his previous life. Roxy later becomes his second wife. Eris and Sylphiette are his other two wives. Gaining love and power in this lifetime, Rudeus lives a long and fulfilling life.

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Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 Episode 3 Release date

This series began in January 2021. It’s currently on the second season. Episode 3 will release on October 17, 2021, for international fans and on the 18th of October for Japan.

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The anime is available on Funimation and Hulu. If you’re subscribed to Funimation you’ll be able to watch the episodes before free users.

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