Strike the Blood Season 4

Strike the Blood is an action anime series. It is an adaption of the light novel series of the same name. The series is scripted by Hiroyuki Yoshino and is directed by Hideyo Yamamoto. The series is about a fantasy town that gets overtaken by the monsters and vampires.  The light novel, Strike the Blood is written by Gakuto Mikumo and illustrated by Miyako. The series is translated and printed in English by Yen Press.

The first season of Strike the Blood was released on October 4, 2013, consisting of 24 episodes. Followed by the second volume, released on November 23, 2016, consisting of 8 episodes. The third volume was released on December 18, 2018, having 10 episodes. Currently, the fourth season was released on April 8, 2020. This season will have 12 episodes and the season hasn’t concluded yet.

Strike the Blood, Season 4 Plot

The plot of the story is about the Fourth Primogenitor. This Primogenitor is the strongest amongst the vampires across the world. He shouldn’t exist in the real world, but he emerges in Japan. He along with his 12 familiars, start to spread chaos across the nation. To stop and kill the Primogenitor, the government of Japan, with the Lion King Organisation, commission an attack mage, known as “Sword Sharman”. Somehow, a middle school girl, Yukina Himeragi, who is also an apprentice gets chosen to be the Sword Sharman.

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Yukina Himeragi bears the world’s most powerful spear. Now she must face the Sword Fourth Primogenitor to uncover the secrets that even she hasn’t expected!

Season 4: When will it end?

Season 4 is currently running. This season will have 12 episodes in total. Season 4 will conclude on June 30, 2021. Since the fourth season is still far from concluding, we cannot forecast the upcoming season. If there is any scope for the fifth season, then it should release somewhere in 2022.

Strike the Blood, Season 4 Cast

  • Yoshimasa Hosoya as Kojou Akatsuki
  • Risa Taneda as Yukina Himeragi
  • Asami Seto as Asagi Aisa
  • Ikumi Hayama as Sayaka Kirasaka
  • Rina Hidaka as Nagisa Akatsuki
  • Ryōta Ōsaka as Motoki Yaze
  • Hisako Kanemoto as Natsuki Minamiya