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Reincarnated aristocrat Ars Louvent declares his determination in a scene from the upcoming As a Reincarnated Aristocrat, I'll Use My Appraisal Skill to Rise in the World TV anime.


Being reborn in another world is better when you’ve got an eye for detail, as TV anime adaptation was announced for isekai fantasy light novel series As a Reincarnated Aristocrat, I’ll Use My Appraisal Skill to Rise in the World, with a new trailer and key visual released alongside the announcement. The series is scheduled to broadcast in Japan in 2024.



A key visual for the upcoming As a Reincarnated Aristocrat, I'll Use My Appraisal Skill to Rise in the World TV anime featuring the main characters posing dramatically in the street of a fantasy city while bathed in the digital glow of the main character's appraisal skill.


The main staff and cast for the series was announced, including:



Mirajin A began writing the series in October 2019 in the Shosetsuka ni Naro site, with Kodansha releasing physical editions in Japan starting in July 2020, with four volumes released to date featuring illustrations by Jimmy. A manga adaptation, with artwork by Natsumi Inoue, began in Magazine Pocket in June 2020 with eleven volumes out as of May 2023. Kodansha USA publishes an English language version of the light novels and manga adaptation, and describes the story of the series:


After thirty-five years of perfectly ordinary life, a run-of-the-mill businessman suddenly drops dead…only to be reborn in another world! Now he must live as Ars Louvent, scion of a minor noble family and wielder of a fabulous skill: Appraisal, the power to perceive the strengths and abilities of others at a glance.


He’ll need it, too, because there are plenty of problems to solve in the Louvent family’s territory! Ars only has one choice: recruit the most talented individuals his skill can find, and rise up to new heights in his brand new world!


Source: Comic Natalie


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