The first PV introduces Al Wayne (voiced by Junya Enoki) as well as the story's plot.
By: Nicole S. Castro on May 25, 2022 at 11:36 PHT
The first promotional video has been released for the TV anime adaptation of fantasy series I Somehow Got Strong By Raising Skills Related To Farming (Romaji: Noumin Kanren no Skill Bakka Agetetara Naze ka Tsuyoku Natta).
The show is scheduled to air in October 2022. It is produced by studio A-CAT.
As the title suggests, the series stars Al Wayne (voiced by Junya Enoki in the anime) who is leveling up his skills to become a top-class farmer. But his life changes forever after he maxes out his stats.
The first PV also introduces the voices of the main cast, namely:
Al Wayne (CV: Junya Enoki)
Fal-Ys Meigis (CV: Minami Tanaka)
Helen Lean (CV: Rumi Ōkubo)
Ruri (CV: Ayaka Suwa)
I Somehow Got Strong By Raising Skills Related To Farming is a light novel series written by Shobonnu and illustrated by Sogawa. The series was originally published on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It was later acquired by Futabasha, who have published the series under their Monster Bunko imprint.
A manga adaptation with illustrations by Aki Taruto is ongoing serialization on Gau Gau Monster.
Original work: Shobonnu and Aki Taruto's "I Somehow Got Strong By Raising Skills Related To Farming" (serialized in Futabasha's Monster Comics)
Character concept: Sogawa
Director: Norihiko Nagahama
Series composition: Touko Machida
Character design: Masami Sueoka
Color design: Ryota Katsuta, Masaki Yamamoto
Art setting: Katsuhisa Takiguchi
Art director: Daisuke Negishi
Cinematographer: Keisuke Takahashi
3D director: Yuichi Goto
Sound director: Hiroto Morishita
Music: Takuro Iga
Animation production: studio A-CAT
Production: "Noumin Kanren" Production Committee
NICOLE S. CASTRO
Nicole is based in the Philippines and works as a freelance Japanese Translator/Interpreter and copywriter (English). She is a JLPT N2 passer who watches anime to "study" for N1. She has a long career history on LinkedIn (with primary focus on media and translation), but her anime watchlist is much, much longer.