10 Anime Like Arifureta From Commonplace To World’s Strongest

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Is there any anime like Arifureta From Commonplace to World’s Strongest? Something that would live up to the expectation after you finish one of the hottest series in 2019? Check these series out while the next season of Arifureta is still under production!

10 Anime Like Arifureta From Commonplace To World’s Strongest

1. Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World

  • 25 episodes – 1 season (season 2 confirmed)
  • Studios: White Fox
  • Genres: Fantasy, Drama, Suspense

Re ZERO - Starting Life in Another World

None of us would expect to be ripped from our normal life and thrown into a completely foreign realm right after leaving the convenience shop, but it is what happened to Subaru Natsuki.

A bag full of groceries and a useless phone is not helpful at all when thugs come at him. If not for the interference of the beautiful Satella, he might have been beaten to death.

As a means to show his gratitude, Subaru decides to accompany Satella on her journey to find her stolen insignia. Like an adventure quest in open-world games, the protagonist somehow figures out the locations despite being a new resident of this world. Engrossed in the task, they didn’t pay much attention to the surroundings, turning themselves into vulnerable targets for a mysterious murderer.

Things seem to take a completely unpredictable route as Subaru jolts awake and finds himself at the beginning – running into the rascals and teaming up with Satella. The confusion and the sufferance in a new world are the same as what Hajime has been through.

2. Sword Art Online

  • 73 episodes – 4 seasons
  • Studios: A-1 Pictures
  • Genres: Adventure, Action, Fantasy, Romance

Sword Art Online

It sounds like a dream come true for many gamers when they get to experience the lively world of Aincrad through NerveGear, a technology that stimulates all five senses of humans. The game Sword Art Online quickly became a sensation and then turned into a nightmare before anyone noticed.

Akihito Kayaba, the creator of SAO, trapped 10,000 players in the virtual world and forbid them from logging out until they finishes 100 levels of Aincrad with increasing difficulty. As if the situation wasn’t terrible enough, his final announcement was a bomb: death in the game means death in real life.

Lucky enough to be a tester for the beta version of SAO, Kazuto Kirigaya (Kirito) is more knowledgeable about the game. However, despite the advantages, he quickly concludes that conquering the game all by himself is an unattainable goal.

Even with a team of veteran and skillful players, the challenges are indeed challenging. It’s an isekai anime like Arifureta you can take a shot with, though it’s a little more generic.

3. The Rising Of The Shield Hero

  • 25 episodes – 1 season (season 2 confirmed)
  • Studios: Kinema Citrus
  • Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Action, Drama

The Rising of the Shield Hero

The Melromarc kingdom summoned four ordinary young men from the real world to be saviors. With a sword, a bow, a spear, and a shield distributed to them, the Cardinal Heroes are expected to fight against catastrophic waves. Reality hits differently though, Naofumi Iwatani and his shield received no respect from others.

Consequently, Naofumi is abandoned when the other three heroes easily find a team with new comrades for training, until Princess Malty Melromarc joins his side. But it turns out that she only acts nicely to get close to him, earn his trust, and take everything away. Blamed to be a rapist, he lost everything: money, fame, dignity.

It is one of the best Arifureta recommendations as of now, with the protagonist starting low and struggling to get used to the unfamiliar world. If you want a sense of justice in your flicks, you will be satisfied with the development of Naofumi, as he stands up for himself and earns the respect he deserves.

4. Grimgar: Ashes and Illusions

  • 12 episodes
  • Studios: A-1 Pictures
  • Genres: Adventure, Drama, Adventure, Fantasy

Grimgar Of Fantasy and Ash

We have a huge number of isekai series to choose from, but not all of them take the war of survival seriously like Grimgar: Ashes and Illusions so seriously. Similar to Arifureta, a group of clueless folks found themselves in a new world with only one option: join the Reserve Army and defend the Grimgar realm.

Capable individuals quickly recognize one another and group up, leaving behind everyone they consider weak. We have Manato the priest leader, Shihory the sheepish mage, Haruhiro the anxious thief, Yume the happy hunter, Moguzo the warrior with a golden heart, and Randa the rowdy knight.

They have to fight for their lives and become stronger, for the boundary between life and death is a hair’s breadth – the dynamics alone would have you living the feelings you have with Arifureta all over again.

5. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

  • 24 episodes – 2 seasons
  • Studios: 8bit
  • Genres: Action, Comedy, Adventure, Reincarnation

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

At first, one might think Satoru Mikami has a chance to live his life properly when he resurrects after an unexpected death, though we soon get a nice little surprise seeing his reincarnated form as a slime.

The commands ringing in his ears when he was leaving the mortal world suddenly make sense: he is now in a new realm, granted the power to devour any entity and copy its ability.

The first encounter he has is with a sealed dragon named Veldora. Even though this punishment is a result of Veldora destroying a whole town, the main character sympathizes and promises to do something about the seal. Touched by the newfound friendship, Veldora gifted him protection through the title Rimuru Tempest.

Same as Arifureta, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime has an overpowered protagonist. The biggest difference is Hajime has a goal of returning home, while Satoru is already gone in real life. The journey of Satoru in the magical land is for sure full of surprises.

6. Log Horizon

  • 50 episodes – 2 seasons
  • Studio: Satelight
  • Genres: Action, Fantasy, Adventure, Game

Log Horizon

Log Horizon is an anime similar to Arifureta in many ways. A large group of gamers is transported to a faraway world that resembles the setting of their favorite game: Elder Tale. Shiroe, the most agile veteran of them all, quickly adapts to the uncommon situation and pushes himself to action after a few clueless minutes.

Shiroe’s main purpose now is to make sure the stability of Akihabara is on point, and his method for it is negotiation with NPCs. Joining forces with him is Naotsugu, an unlucky friend in real life who gets trapped upon his first login, and Akatsuki the fierce petite assassin. They embark on a journey with the vision of a strategist and mutual loyalty.

Shiroe and Hajime have this superb intelligence in common, which allows them to grow stronger and win despite the rough start. If you liked Hajime because he is not afraid of doing anything to achieve his goal, you will find the same virtue in Shiroe!

7. Konosuba

  • 20 episodes – 2 seasons
  • Studios: Studio Deen
  • Genres: Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy

Konosuba God's Blessing on This Wonderful World!

Kazuma Satou has always been a recluse, but having a laughable death while not having any remarkable achievement in life is definitely the last thing he would ask for.

As though he wasn’t unlucky enough, greeting him on the other side is not a cute girl but a very unlikeable goddess. Between the two choices of proceeding to heaven and staying here to discover the fantasy realm, Kazuma immediately goes for the latter.

Before starting the first quest of slaying the dragon and saving the terrorized village, he must choose a companion for the journey. Among all the entities and the items, Kazuma decides to pick Aqua out of annoyance and somehow expectation, yet Aqua is completely not helpful behind the fierce façade!

A different realm with magic, monsters, and powers makes Konosuba a worthy anime to watch if you like Arifureta From Commonplace To World’s Strongest. It also features a slight harem theme with many girls surrounding the male protagonist. Konosuba doesn’t have an intricate art style, however, you might want to take note of it!

Check more: Top 10 Best Anime Like KonoSuba

8. Wise Man’s Grandchild

  • 12 episodes
  • Studios: SILVER LINK
  • Genres: Action, Fantasy, Romance, Comedy

Wise Man's Grandchild

Preferring a quiet life over fame, the national hero Merlin Wolford retreats to the faraway woods and spends his time taking care of Shin – an orphan he saved before. If we only look at the talents Shin shows in martial arts and magic abilities, it is hard to believe that the young man used to be an ordinary worker who got reincarnated in this world, and Merlin himself was very surprised at first.

As Shin turned 15, Merlin realizes he has focused on combat training so much that the orphan has almost zero knowledge about everything else, including survival skills.

Therefore, he sends the orphan to the nation’s academy and hopes Shin will develop more common senses if he lives among teenagers of his age. Unfortunately, Merlin’s reputation makes Shin a celebrity immediately.

Wise Man’s Grandchild features a reincarnation theme rather than isekai, but the similarity is close enough if you’re only looking for magic powers. The setting of a school differentiates it greatly from Arifureta but you might enjoy the fight against monsters.

9. How Not to Summon a Demon Lord

  • 22 episodes – 2 seasons
  • Studio: Ajia-Do
  • Genres: Fantasy, Comedy, Ecchi, Harem

How Not to Summon a Demon Lord

In the world of the game Cross Reverie, you can’t find someone more powerful than Diablo, the Demon King. With a combination of nearly unobtainable items and veteran experience, he is unbeatable. The person behind this overpowered character, however, is your typical shut-in Takuma Sakamoto.

One day, he finds himself summoned to the world of his beloved game with the appearance of Diablo. The girls who performed the ritual are Rem and Shera, and they were trying to enslave him only to have it backfire. Takuma agrees to keep them company and get used to his Diablo identity while they find a solution.

Both series have a protagonist sent to a foreign world, except that Diablo is already powerful and Hajime takes time to become stronger. Rather than a revenge theme, you will get more comedy and ecchi details with enough development for all characters.

10. In Another World With My Smartphone

  • 12 episodes
  • Studios: Production Reed
  • Genres: Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy, Romance

In Another World With My Smartphone

Here we go with another laughable death caused by God’s wrong attack on Touya Mochizuki. The deed is not reversible, hence Touya receives an offer to live in a magical realm. Touya only requests to have his smartphone with him before moving on and starting his journey.

A world filled with fantasy is exactly what he favors, not to mention all the pretty girls trying to get his attention. While discovering the new world he lives in, these five maidens provide him with romantic frustration and precious friendship all the same.

This series is kind of soft and light compared to other titles in our compilation, but the isekai theme like Arifureta is enough to keep the fans hooked.

Final Words

Now you have got more than enough anime like Arifureta From Commonplace to World’s Strongest to keep yourself entertained when you miss Hajime and his exciting adventure! What is your favorite isekai anime?

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