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Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2

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Status: Completed Studio: Released: 2021 Duration: 23 min. Season: Type: TV Episodes: 10 Fansub: anime1st Censor: Censored Posted by: micho Released on: Updated on:
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Watch Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 (Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon S) anime 2021 all full episodes for free in high-quality streaming. An office worker employs a kindhearted dragon to serve as her maid and enters a world of comic misadventures.

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Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2

 

Before Watching Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 Here is the Synopsis:

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 (Japanese: 小林さんちのメイドラゴン) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Coolkyousinnjya. Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 began serialization in Futabasha‘s Monthly Action magazine in May 2013 and is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. Four spin-off manga have also been serialized in Monthly Action. An anime television series adaptation by Kyoto Animation aired in Japan between January and April 2017. A second season titled Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S premiered in July 2021.

As Tooru continues on her quest to become the greatest maid and Kanna Kamui fully immerses in her life as an elementary school student, there is not a dull day in the Kobayashi household with mischief being a daily staple. On one such day, however, a massive landslide is spotted on the hill where Kobayashi and Tooru first met—a clear display of a dragon’s might.

When none of the dragons they know claim responsibility, the perpetrator herself descends from the skies: Ilulu, the radical Chaos Dragon with monstrous power rivaling that of Tooru.

Sickened by Tooru’s involvement with humans, Ilulu resorts to the typical dragon method of resolving conflict—a battle to the death. Despite such behavior, she becomes intrigued by Kobayashi’s ability to befriend dragons and decides instead to observe just what makes Kobayashi so special. With a new troublesome dragon in town, Kobayashi’s eccentric life with a dragon maid is only getting merrier.

Opening Theme of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2

“Ai no Supreme (愛のシュプリーム!)” by fhána

Ending Theme of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2

“Maid with Dragons❤︎ (めいど・うぃず・どらごんず︎❤︎)” by Super Chorogonzu (スーパーちょろゴンず)
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Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2

The Main Characters of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2:

  • Kobayashi (小林)

Kobayashi is the main protagonist of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2. She works as a computer programmer in Jigokumeguri System Engineering Inc. She has been regarded as kind-hearted and reliable among her friends and colleagues. Level-headed and pragmatic, she stands as the source of reason when dealing with her dragon friends.

Kobayashi is a bespectacled young woman with bright red hair that is always tied in a ponytail and dead fish hazel brown eyes. She is known to be flat-chested, a physical trait that frustrates her to the point of grumbling over the female dragons’ ample busts when they are in their human forms. In one of her drunken escapades, she demands that Tohru or Lucoa share some of their “blessing” with her.

  • Tohru (トール, Tōru)

Tohru Kobayashi (小林トール Kobayashi Tōru) is one of the main characters in the series Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2. Tohru is a female dragon with the ability to transform into a human girl. After Kobayashi rescues her, she falls in love with her and decides to work for her as a maid. She is the daughter of Damocles.

As a Chaos Dragon, Tohru was raised to hate humans and was supposed to be a fierce and dangerous force of evil with nothing other than destruction in mind. However, this all changed when she met Kobayashi. She is now cheerful and kind to every human she meets, except for those who are real, or as it is in most cases, imaginary, a threat to her love interest in Kobayashi. She is also quickly influenced by what she sees on the television or the Internet and shares a fiery relationship with her rival, Elma.

As Kobayashi’s maid, Tohru is a hard worker and cares deeply for the household, tending to all aspects of daily life, although this will often lead to trouble such as when Tohru tries to feed her tail to Kobayashi, or molests Kobayashi’s dirty laundry. Even still, Kobayashi always shows her appreciation for Tohru’s efforts and does her best to guide Tohru in the ways of modern life and human culture on Earth. Tohru is very protective of Kanna and is essentially her mother figure and big sister combined.

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  • Kanna

Kanna Kamui (カンナカムイ) also known as Kanna Kobayashi, is one of the main characters in Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2. Kanna is a young female dragon, who is exiled from her world as a consequence of her pranks. Kanna is soft-spoken and quiet and demonstrates most of her emotions through minute expressions. Despite being technically older than her human peers, Kanna behaves no differently from a human child as she easily tires of routine and enjoys playing games.

However, despite her generally unexpressed and implicit demeanor, Kanna is not without emotion, indicated when she has a sudden outburst and cries when Riko Saikawa initially views Kanna as a rival instead of being friends. Kanna may also have romantic feelings for Riko, expressing a desire for a similar relationship to what Kobayashi and Tohru have.

Dragon Characters of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2:

  • Elma (エルマEruma) A water dragon belonging to the Order faction, rival to Tohru’s Chaos faction, who ends up working alongside Kobayashi at her office after getting stuck in the human world. She is as powerful as she is diligent and driven, but also naive, indecisive, and easily swayed by food (primarily sweets) due to her low income. Her human form is distinguished by purple hair, a horn (which she hides for work), her habit of having a jacket or kimono hanging off her shoulder, and wielding a trident; Elma Joui (上井 エルマJōi Eruma) is the identity she uses while in Kobayashi’s workplace.
  •  Quetzalcoatl (ケツァルコアトルKetsarukoatoru), Lucoa (ルコアRukoa) is an Aztec dragon goddess and another friend of Tohru, who is aligned with neither faction and lost her divine status centuries ago after getting drunk and causing a scandal involving her younger sister, much like the Quetzalcoatl of the original mythology. Tohru sees her as a source of wisdom but will sometimes casually reference the events in her past, much to Lucoa’s embarrassment. She lives with Shouta after she interrupted his summoning spell to prevent him from summoning a dangerous demon, causing him to mistakenly believe she is a succubus. Lucoa appears in her human form as a tall, well-endowed woman with striking heterochromia. She often becomes overly affectionate with Shouta, scaring him, and having others mark her as a pervert. She tends to wear tight-fitting clothing that shows a lot of skin, and a running gag involves her showing up to a public place only to be dragged away by a staff member for being dressed inappropriately.

 

  • Fafnir (ファフニールFafunīru) Another old friend of Tohru, he is a male Chaos faction dragon with a strong distrust for humans which leads to him questioning much of Tohru’s actions and ideals in his earlier appearances. He shares some resemblance to the traits of his namesake, such as his cold demeanor and disdainful mentality. He appears as a refined young man with long black hair and red eyes in his human form. After Tohru attempts to find him a place to stay (under the name Takeshi Ooyama (大山 猛Ōyama Takeshi)), Fafnir eventually comes to live with Takiya, becoming obsessed with video games and popular culture.

 

  • Ilulu (イルルIruru) is a Chaos faction dragon who targets Tohru because of her relationship with a human, attempting to destroy the city in the process. She then turns her eye to Kobayashi, trying to drive her and Tohru apart to prove her beliefs, but after Kobayashi and Tohru save her from an Order dragon she has a change of heart and ends up living with them. Ilulu appears in her human form as a petite girl with a very ample bust.
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Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2

Human Characters of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2:

  • Makoto Takiya (滝谷 真Takiya Makoto)
  • Riko Saikawa (才川 リコSaikawa Riko)
  • Georgie Saikawa (才川 ジョージーSaikawa Jōjī)
  • Shouta Magatsuchi (真ヶ土 翔太Magatsuchi Shōta)
  • Taketo Aida (会田 タケトAida Taketo)

Watch a video of the Full Fight Tohru vs Ilulu from Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2:

Interesting Facts about Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2:

  • Kobayashi tends to become rowdy and aggressive, when she is intoxicated, especially in her interests in maids, and is not above subjecting Tohru to her drunken whims.
  • Kobayashi enjoys a brand of alcohol known as Dragonslayer, a bottle of which she shared with Tohru when they met.
  • The surname Kobayashi means “small” (小) (ko) and “forest” (林) (Hayashi/Bayashi)
  • Kobayashi assumes Tohru is named for Thor, Norse god of thunder. Tohru herself states that she was named for a real-world author, likely to be J.R.R. Tolkien (Japanese: トールキン).
  • Tohru is considered as the only Maid-Dragon in the Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 since Lucoa is considered as a guardian of Shota
  • Kanna has a habit of eating bugs and small animals.
  • Quetzalcoatl is often referred to as Lucoa (from “lcoa” of the deity’s name as adapted to the Japanese syllabary)

Reviews of anime Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2:

1. Review of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2:
Jul 29, 2021
Gween_Gween (All reviews)
There is a misconception about how to treat this anime as a viewer. Many people fall into the disgrace of just awarding its superficial characteristics, maybe because they are appealing to a vast part of the community.

The reality is that Dragon Maid is not just its colorful palette and huge milkers, it is not exclusively eye candy to enjoy the beautiful designs of its characters and their apparently insane way of being, Dragon Maid signifies a hell unique experience that mix the peak of the Japanese animation standards while mixing it with some well-thought building of its elements.

First of all, I’m not going to say that KyoAni hasn’t done a good job with this second season. Indeed, I think that the animation, art, and design are as good as it has been with the first season. Fluid animation, well-done motions, spreads a living colourful experience that creates an ambiance that is eloquent with the own story and it translates the feelings told by the story to the viewer through the eyes and the ears in a magnificent way.

The point is, that is what we expect from them at this point. Anything less than this would be a degrade of quality, they are just that great. Then, how can we evaluate something that good in that apartment?

To do so we have to evaluate the goals of this anime in its story. This is a Comedy, SoL, and Fantasy. One could be unwise and say that the sole purpose of this anime is to convey a wholesome comedy, but the good thing is that it works even it is just that!

The comedy is amusing. You have running gags that have been building from the last season and still work, they work because the character’s nature conveys a reasonable excuse to them to exist in the first place. There is no external force that drives the comedy, the comedy is an endogenous characteristic of the own nature of the story and the consequences that have been molded through the presentation of the characters.

To be specific to this season, in this case, any comedy act of Ilulu is masterfully created by her own way of growing up, and how she actually perceives the human race.

Then, why is that foolish to just say that this is a wholesome comedy? There is a deeper act going on. The concept of the juxtaposition from characters from another world into this world, and the critiques and moral concepts that arise from them are masterfully done.

The fact that many people can’t look past the tits, lolis, and shot as relationships that are actually a huge reference, is a landmark about how this anime does this in such a proficient way. It is not on your nose, you have to actually pay attention and interpret the whole world-building that has been presented throughout this and the past season to really get and click the point of this.
Topics like mutual respect, the importance of honesty, living your own life, understanding the other, and being aware of your own actions are camouflaged behind the blurred lines of comedy. Attacks to the exploitative working force, references and understanding about our way of living, and proper reflection of it through the usage of the dragons are always the focal point of the comedy.

The character’s relationships and how they mold the perspective of the viewer and the understanding of the feelings of all characters is perfect. And, as I said, it is not on the nose, which makes the whole experience way more gratifying, you are not being taught those, you can perceive this anime as both a wholesome experience and as an analysis of our own way of living.

That is why for me this anime is a 10 this season because it continues this act of beauty. The Saikawa-Kanna relationship is still there, the great contrast of Elma is still there, Lucoa is given even more color and Tooru is as great as ever.

Ilulu as a character is still not completely done, for sure as we can tell by the OP, but what we have seen yet is perfect. The way to convey your perspective way of living, the importance of respect to the children, and the concept of regret and how it affects our way of thinking and living is perfect, can’t ask for more yet.
2. Review of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2:
Jul 29, 2021
CamToons (All reviews)

I had no idea such a sequel was coming as I thought Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 has ended and Kyoto Animation took a hard hit from the tragedy but currently 4 episodes in as of writing this review, and I love every second of it.

I would have normally given Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 a 10 which I plan on giving it if it continues like this but I realize that may partly be because of how much respect I have for Kyoto Animation as a Studio, the work they make, and the tough times they went through which would turn my 10 to a 9 but that’s about it.

The reason I am writing this review is that I was expecting more people to have similar thoughts which there sure are but not as much as I was expecting for an anime of this caliber. The animation is amazing, the color coordination and choices are amazing, the small details like having the train’s holding things on the ceiling be actually animated is amazing, the effort they put into this is amazing, and currently, the story is going pretty well in my opinion.

Some people also acknowledge the animation and art but are worried about the story or pacing or are just watching the anime for the “plot” which is exactly what I don’t understand.

The anime doesn’t have many many episodes and will probably peak around 13 episodes or something similar to that so there won’t be a HunterxHunter or Naruto kind of pacing and at the end of the day, the series Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 is a comedy oriented slice of life that also can encompass more serious themes next to the holy Kanna moments that make people go to jail, but even if you are wary of the story, most of the show still hasn’t aired so I think if the show keeps going strong, those thoughts will also inevitably change.

However, what I don’t get is people watching this for the “plot”. There is a “plot” in many of the scenes and characters but why would you watch Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 for that? I see it more like a bonus rather than a part of the show that makes it good.
I don’t see why you would watch this show for the “plot” when you can watch trashy OVA’s or shows that focus on just that. Maybe I’m the weird one here but still, I think the show has a lot more to offer than that.

It’s still pretty early to give a solid review but there has been a lack of reviews for this show (as of writing this) so I thought I’d jump in the ring as well. In conclusion, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 looks good, sounds good, great to have Kyoto Animation back, like that they gave credit in the opening to Takemoto Yasuhiro (rip), and the story is going pretty smooth. Go watch it if you haven’t cus this Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 is some fine wine. I rest my case.

3. Review of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2:
Jul 28, 2021
Tezak (All reviews)

I know that this review will get randomly deleted when the show is aired but still, I will write it

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 is literally an anime everyone watches just FoR tHe PlOt and I understand completely.

this second season Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2 isn’t entirely bad or maybe this ilulu arc is just bad but still
let’s take a look at it and appreciate Kyoto animation for going through drawing this pain again I mean the visuals are amazing and really hits and Makes every single character Outstand the other, Seriously the art and Animation Slaps and keeps looking amazing every single episode

But did something get nerfed while I don’t know?

these Boob sizes are just being used as an excuse to spam boob jokes all the time

But still, for a Slice of Life anime, I would say it’s a little pushed if u know what I mean Especially episode 4 and 2 but too bad Kobayashi doesn’t have a penis anymore (the most ridiculous Joke).

This anime can be funny and can show some amazing action scenes once in
a while and be so fun to watch especially some scenes that need to be rewatched lol but it still Lacks pretty much every other single thing and I would say something about that it lacks a better protagonist no lying Kobayashi is just awkward.

but Still, Still, wE aRe WaTcHiNg fOr PlOt AfTeR aLl. Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid Season 2

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