Rifujin na Magonote aspires to direct a new story set in the Mushoku Tensei Universe, but not as a sequel

Rifujin na Magonote aspires to direct a new story set in the Mushoku Tensei Universe, but not as a s ...

Rifujin na Magonote, the author of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation, has revealed that he intends to write a new story set in the Mushoku universe. The story, which should take place about 80 years after the original, will not be written solely as a Mushoku sequel, according to the author.

Rifujin na Magonote is a Japanese author well-known for the light novel Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation. He is also currently working on the Orc Eroica light novel, which follows a hero who wants to extend his conquests to the bedroom.

About Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation

The story of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation has been serialized under Media Factory's MF Bunko imprint since 2014, with Shirotaka's illustrations. The web novel was published from November 2012 to April 2015, and the story is expected to finish on November 25, with the 26th volume. The cover was recently unveiled by MF Books.

Yuka Fujikawa's Mushoku Tensei anime adaptation is currently underway. Studio Bind produced the anime adaptation in two cours throughout 2021, the first in the Fall season, and the second in the second season.

Seven Seas is publishing a light novel in English that follows the plot: An unemployed 34-year-old shut-in believes he has been hit rock-bottom—just as he is struck and killed by a speeding truck! Rudeus Greyrat is determined not to repeat his previous mistakes as he embarks on a new adventure!

Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation Light Novel – Volume 26 Cover

While we wait to see if the Mushoku Tensei series will be reimagined, we can also enjoy the many spin-offs and specials. The final volume of the light novel will be followed by a special book that will feature interviews with the author and illustrator as well as a chronology of Rudeus' life. The special is now available for pre-order on Kadokawa's website.

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