11 Best Anime Like Rokka No Yuusha That You Should Watching Update 09/2022

Anime Like Rokka No Yuusha

Legend has it that the god of destiny will summon the Six Braves and grant them the power to defend the world when the Evil God emerges from the deepest of darkness. In order to avert the return of the Evil God, Adlet, the world’s strongest man, is selected as one of the “Brave Six Flowers” and embarks on a quest. While Seven Braves gathered in the promised land, it turns out that there are actually seven of them

10. Zetsuen no Tempest

Zetsuen no Tempest

Yoshino Takigawa, a normal high school student, is secretly dating Mahiro’s younger sister, who is his best buddy. After the death of his girlfriend Aika, Mahiro vows to discover the person or persons responsible and bring them to justice for the murder of his beloved sister. A mysterious girl confronts Yoshino and threatens to shoot him, but his best friend Mahiro comes just in time to rescue the day. Mahiro hasn’t heard from Yoshino in a month.

A witch named Hakaze Kusaribe is helping Mahiro locate Aika’s killer and the existence of the “Tree of Exodus,” according to Yoshino. While the world is on the verge of destruction, the witch’s brother has his own selfish motives in mind. Although she is exiled on an island, Yoshino and Mahiro must aid Hakaze in saving the world and uncovering the truth behind Aika’s death.

9. Boku dake ga Inai Mach

In the moments before an accident occurs, Satoru Fujinuma is sent back in time several minutes. Revival, a strong but enigmatic phenomena, has been used by a 29-year-old manga artist to save numerous lives.

When Satoru is wrongly accused of the death of a close friend, he is sent back in time to 1988, a period of 18 years. It becomes apparent that the murder may be linked to the kidnapping and death of Kayo Hinazuki, one of his childhood classmates, who was strange and isolated. This is his opportunity to right the wrongs he has done. As Satoru works to find the truth about what happened 18 years ago and avert the death of a classmate, Boku dake ga Inai Machi chronicles his journey.

8. Juuni Taisen

Juuni Taisen

Twelve warriors, each bearing the name of a Chinese zodiac sign, struggle to grant a single wish, all while putting their own lives and honor at risk.

7. Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis

The ancient dragon Bahamut wreaked destruction on the country of Mistarcia, a planet where both gods and demons coexist. As a result of their joint efforts to keep Bahamut imprisoned and avoid the end of the world, the warring gods were able to seal him with a key that they agreed to divide equally.

With the world secure from Bahamut’s annihilation, bounty hunters like Favaro Leone can get back to business as normal. While on the run from fellow bounty hunter Kaisar Lidfard, a virtuous man who swears vengeance on Favaro, the amoral Favaro leads a carefree and self-serving life. Favaro’s carefree existence is shattered when he meets Amira, a mysterious woman who holds half the key to the fragile peace of the planet. Unlikely heroes are thrust into a battle between gods and demons in Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis, where they must forge their own path in the face of an impending storm.

6. Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari

Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari

In the library, an otaku named Iwatani Naofumi discovers a book that takes him to another planet. For his part, he is one of four Cardinal Heroes who fight the waves of Catastrophe as Shield Hero, alongside sword, spear, and bow.

In anticipation of an epic journey, Naofumi and his companions set out on their journey. A few days later, he is betrayed and has all of his money, dignity and respect snatched from him. Because he can no longer rely on anyone, he hires Raphtalia, a slave, and sets out to take on the Waves and the rest of the world. Is there any hope that he will be able to turn things around in this grave situation?

5. Kanata no Astra

Eight high school students and a youngster are airlifted to Planet Camp in the year 2063 and given the responsibility of surviving there for a few days on their own. Arriving in the unexplored part of space about 5,012 light years away, they encounter a spooky luminous orb. For now, the only option is a perilous adventure across the cosmos—a quest that will put them through their paces in ways Planet Camp couldn’t.

4. Akame ga Kill

Akame Ga Kill

Tatsumi, a teenage warrior living in a cruel empire, flees his home to save his impoverished town. The Empire has bought, brainwashed, and trained an assassin named Akame, whom he encounters. The “Night Raid” assassin gang, which Akame is a part of, uses specialized weapons called Teigu in its operations. Tatsumi and the other Night Raid members face the tyrannical empire as a team.

3. Danganronpa: Kibou no Gakuen to Zetsubou no Koukousei The Animatio

It is a rare opportunity to attend Hope’s Peak Academy, a prestigious boarding school for the brightest kids. Those that are accepted into the program have their names and accomplishments engraved on their diplomas. Makoto Naegi is one of the fifteen students who made it into the “Super High School-Level Luck” class that year, despite being a fully normal person.

In the beginning, Naegi and his friends are overjoyed to have been accepted into this esteemed university, but these sentiments of joy quickly fade away. A bear named Monokuma, the school’s principal and resident bear, tries to capture them. The futures of the students depend on one of them committing a murder while remaining undetected. A murderer who is detected will be executed, but the remaining survivors will keep going until just one person is left.

 2. Nanatsu no Taizai

Nanatsu no Taizai (The Seven Deadly Sins)

The Holy Knights of Britannia, who are feared and venerated in a world reminiscent of medieval Europe, utilize enormously potent magic to guard Britannia and its kingdoms. Although a few Knights are said to have abandoned their colleagues in order to topple the ruler of Liones, the majority of the Knights remain loyal to their nation. The Holy Knights eventually overcame them, but tales persisted that the famous “Seven Deadly Sins” knights were still alive and well. After ten years of rule by the Holy Knights, they overthrew the Kingdom of Liones and became the new, despotic rulers.

Nanatsu no Taizai chronicles the exploits of Elizabeth, the third princess of the Kingdom of Liones, and her search for the Seven Deadly Sins, based on the best-selling manga series of the same name. It’s with their support that she hopes to not only take back her kingdom from the Holy Knights, but in an unjust world, to seek justice.

 1. Tales of Zestiria the X

Sorey is a human adolescent who grew up surrounded by seraphim, invisible spiritual entities. For Sorey, folklore has it that “long ago, every human was able to see the seraphim,” and he dreams of solving the ancient secret so that humans and seraphim might coexist peacefully in this planet.

Sorey makes his first trip to the human capital. When he accidentally removes a sacred sword from a rock, he transforms into a Shepherd who banishes disaster from the world. It becomes clear to him that he has a huge responsibility, and his desire for a peaceful coexistence between humans and the seraphim grows stronger.