On Wednesday, the highly anticipated anime adaptation of Kurokata’s Chiyu Mahō no Machigatta Tsukai-kata: Senjō o Kakeru Kaifuku Yōin (The Wrong Way to Use Healing Magic: Recovery Team Running Through the Battlefield) fantasy light novel series, unveiled its official website. This exciting launch showcased an intriguing teaser visual and an enticing promotional video. Additionally, the website and video disclosed the talented team behind the anime and the much-awaited debut slated for 2024.
Renowned light novel illustrator, KeG, crafted a breathtaking masterpiece, immortalizing the anime adaptation with an exquisite illustration:
Takahide Ogata, known for his work on Kaiketsu Zorori: Lalala♪ Star Tanjō and Motto! Majime ni Fumajime Kaiketsu Zorori, takes the directorial helm of the anime at Studio Add and Shinei Animation. Shogo Yasukawa, acclaimed for his contributions to Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma and Quality Assurance in Another World, assumes the role of series scriptwriter, while Yōko Tanabe, renowned for her character designs in Handyman Saitō in Another World, lends her talent to character design.
This captivating isekai fantasy blends slapstick humor, thrilling battles, and unexpected surprises. Our story commences as Usato, an ordinary high school student, coincidentally encounters Suzune, the student council president, and his classmate Kazuki on his way home. Without warning, a mystical portal engulfs them, transporting them to an alternate world.
The trio finds themselves summoned as heroes with the task of saving a kingdom besieged by the demon king’s nefarious army. However, only Suzune and Kazuki possess the qualities of true heroes, leaving Usato as an accidental participant.
Yet, fortune takes a turn when Usato’s rare knowledge as a healing mage is discovered. He is whisked away by Rose, a woman who claims to lead the life-saving corps, and forcefully conscripted into their ranks.
The light novel series, authored by Kurokata, made its debut on the esteemed Shōsetsuka ni Narō website in March 2014. MF Books imprint subsequently published the twelfth volume in March 2020, featuring captivating illustrations by KeG. Reki Kyūgazan skillfully adapts the story into a manga, with the twelfth volume released by Kadokawa on March 25.
(Note: The revised version retains the same word count as the original but incorporates improved sentence structure, more varied vocabulary, and enhanced clarity.)