Grimoire of Zero Sequel The Dawn of the Witch Reveals Cast, Spring 2022 Release

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Remember 2017’s Grimoire of Zero? Well, fans will soon be returning to its world in April 2022 with The Dawn of the Witch, which just revealed a teaser visual and its main cast and staff!

First up is this spellbinding visual, featuring the titular witch and her traveling companions:

The Dawn of the Witch Anime Visual

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Miho Okasaki (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime) will be putting on her witch’s hat as Roux Cristasse, joined by Sayumi Suzushiro (We Never Learn: BOKUBEN) as Holt, Shuichiro Umeda (Shikimori’s Not Just a Cutie) as Sable and Taku Yashiro (Horimiya) as Kudou.

Based on the light novels by Kakeru Kobashiri, The Dawn of the Witch is being directed and written by Satoshi Kuwabara (How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord Season 2) at Tezuka Productions, with character designs by Rina Iwasaki.

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The story takes place a few short years after the conclusion of the centuries-long war between humans and witches. Albus, now headmaster of the Royal Academy of Magic in the Kingdom of Wenias, sends struggling student Sable, who has no memories from before he enrolled, to the south of the continent to train.

Along for the journey is Roux Cristasse, known as the Witch of the Dawn, who seeks the Grimoire of Zero and its magic.

Are you excited for The Dawn of the Witch? Share this post and let us know! And stay tuned to Funimation for the latest news on all things anime, this season and beyond.

Source: Comic Natalie

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