It has been revealed that the TV anime “The Fruit of Evolution: Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made” will be broadcast on TV Tokyo and others from January 2023. At the same time, a special PV was released, and the cast was announced.
Original: Miku (Futabasha Monster Bunko)
Character draft: U35 General Director: Yoshiaki Okumura
Director: Shige Fukase Yuuki Music Cooperation: Horipro Color Design: Chieko Hibi Art: CSPG Art Director: Mikio Harabe Director of Photography: Hideki Imaizumi Fruit of Evolution” Production Committee
The Fruit of Evolution: Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made story-
One day, a man claiming to be a god suddenly hacks a certain school’s intercoms, ordering all of its students to team up and prepare to be transported to another world. There, they will be given special skills in the hopes that they become that world’s heroes and defeat the Demon King that ravages the land.
The initial transfer is a success. However, Seiichi Hiiragi, who suffers from his classmates’ constant bullying due to his somewhat undesirable appearance, is left behind as no one is willing to be his teammate. Nevertheless, the self-proclaimed god decides to send Seiichi to the parallel world and lets him join his peers. Unfortunately, this fateful ordeal causes Seiichi to arrive at a location deep in the forest, far not only from his schoolmates but from human civilization as well.
Desperately searching for a way to change his predicament, Seiichi’s miserable days only seem to continue to worsen. Yet when all hope seems lost, Seiichi discovers a strange fruit known as the “Fruit of Evolution”—which may be his first step toward a significantly better future.
Seiichi Hiiragi: Hiro Shimono
Saria: Kana Hanazawa
Saria (before evolution): Toru Inada
Destra: Miyuki Sawashiro
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The Fruit of Evolution: Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made is a Japanese fantasy light novel series written by Miku and illustrated by U35. It began serialization online in January 2014 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It was later acquired by Futabasha, who have published the series since September 2014 under their Monster Bunko imprint. Hanashi Media has licensed the light novel for an English release. A manga adaptation with art by Sorano has been serialized via Futabasha’s digital publication Web Comic Action since September 2017, and it moved to the Gaugau Monster website in December 2019. An anime television series adaptation by Hotline aired in October 2021.