Chrome Shelled Regios Season 2: What Is the Storyline of the Series?

Chrome Shelled Regios, or Kokaku no Regiosu in Japanese, is an anime version of a Japanese light novel series written by Shushuke Amagi and drawn by Miyu. It has a 7.2 rating on IMBD and a 7.3 rating on MyAnimeList. Fans of post-apocalyptic anime love the show for its story and beautiful animation style, which will make you feel like you’re stuck in that world.

Also, there have been some manga versions, starting with the one that Miyu drew and was published in Dragon Age Pure. Then, Nodoka Kiyose made a new version, which was marked by Nodoka Kiyose and published in Monthly Dragon Age. Watari did the layout for a third Manga version published in Beans Age Magazine. Forty-six volumes of manga and light novels have been made about the show.

The show’s first season ran from January 11, 2009, to June 20, 2009. It had 24 episodes.

The Storyline of Chrome Shelled Regios Season 2

Chrome Shelled Regios Season 2

Filth Monsters exist in a parallel realm known as Regios, where they must learn how to wield weapons called DITE (pronounced De-Te) and manage ‘key,’ which plays a vital role in their efforts to stay alive.

Layfon Alseif, a student in the Academic City of Zuellini, is planning to live without any martial arts ability, which attracts the attention of Kalian Loss, the Student Council President, and Nina Antlak, the captain of the 17th platoon, who recognize Layfon and adjudicate him to be fit for her group.

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They are trapped in a parallel universe that appears natural but is a figment of their imaginations, and the only way out is by destroying it. However, their innate need to fight for their lives means they will continue to do so even if they are separated from reality.

Characters from Chrome Shelled Regios Season 2

The show’s protagonist, Layfon Wolfstein Alseif (voiced by Nobuhiko Okamoto), grew raised an orphan and now wields Heaven’s blade. When he swiftly tapped into the power of his Kei, he earned the admiration of his fellow students. A few years later, he decided to take General Education classes at the Academy City of Zuellini. When it comes to life, he sees it as a competition between the winners and losers.

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It is Nina Antalk (Ayahi Takagaki) who, as the leader of the 17th platoon, first recognizes Layfon’s potential and so approves of his recruitment. She was so eager to learn about the outside world when she was a child that she never returned.

Release Date of Chrome Shelled Regios Season 2

Chrome Shelled Regios Season 2

It’s been 12 years since the show’s first season came out. Since then, it’s become famous in its own right, making fans want a new season even more. What are the chances of a second season? You may ask. The answer to this question is that no one knows since the creators haven’t made an official announcement about the renewal, and rumors about when it will be renewed aren’t based on evidence.

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Whether the season is renewed depends on two things we need to consider. First, the anime’s tendency to take items from different volumes that the creators thought made sense has made season 1 aimless and messy. If the anime had focused more on adapting the source material in a planned and staged way, there would have been a lot of material for it to use for the next few seasons.

From this, we can conclude that the show will probably be renewed, but it will need a new and different idea to make up for the mistakes of the last season and start the story from scratch.

Where to Stream Chrome Shelled Regios Season 2

As stated in the show’s description, Funimation serves as the anime’s streaming partner. There’s an English dub available for those who prefer it.

Trailer of Chrome Shelled Regios Season 2

Because the producers have yet to release an official trailer for this season, it too concluded with a cliffhanger at the end of the first season. Consequently, we have decided that Season 2 will not be made available. Previously aired episodes are available on Amazon Prime if you haven’t seen them yet.


The odds of a new anime season are slim, given the current state of sales, popularity, and plotlines. Season 1 was released more than a decade ago. Season 2 is less likely to be on the cards because of the time.

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