Yoshikiko further goes to the world of , while the three return to the Final Fantasy one, and find the second orb. Despite his impending battle, the Demon King seems to find Yoshihiko amusing, and sends down his personal servant, Gordon, to greet them with their first battle of Demon King Castle. The guardian supposed to cure their infection, was himself infected by having sex with a cute zombie. Yūsha Yoshihiko to Maō no Shiro Original Soundtrack No. Its lazy and its more fun for Yoshihiko to remember what he did. Buddha returns from his family trip and tells them they need to find the key to lock up the demons again, but to do that, they must try multiple keys.
The devil starts to intimidate Cavoy, the village where Yoshihiko grew up. He pulls a sacred sword from a stone within his village, which determines him as the next Hero. Desperate, the elder begs assistance from Buddha, who promises to bring Yoshihiko and his companions back to life. There they join the stylish resistance and plan to overthrow the emperor. After replenishing themselves on crepes and ramen, the four split up to increase efficiency.
A manservant of the house takes pity on Yoshihiko and tells them of her favorite dish, halo-halo bird with poxy flower. Since they've been warned that the monster closely guards its cave, Yoshihiko decides to lure it into the village and attack it at night. They are hidden in Oith Village, a strange place where five men rule the town and everyone must be funny or be jailed. The four sleep in forests until a kojima points them towards a village, the target of a cave monster who tears up their crops and attacks the villagers. After all the men are affected by improper dick placement, Murasaki defeats the man using Yoshihiko's Beckoning Sword. They are forced to find a magical weapon to defeat him, but even then, the Angel is highly reluctant to give up her robe.
They face the true evil and through the sacrifice of penguin and Yoshihiko they defeat him. The doppelgangers run off while Yoshihiko and co. They spend the day at village and find out during the night that the villagers are zombies who infect Murasaki. Through this journey, Danjo is quick to reconsider his position. Yoshihiko has already left this world and there is no heir. Yoshihiko becomes deathly ill after walking through a leech-infested forest, and Buddha appears to give them a proper instruction in their quest: to find the Angel's Robe that will protect them from the Demon King's attacks. The group tries everything they know, but with Murasaki's idea and Merebu's spell, they find a way to blackmail the Angel in giving them her robe.
He explains that what they seek might be in a treasure chest whose key has been posted as the grand prize in a Martial Arts Tournament. The group sets off to get the ring back, but they first have to fight the Priest's half-human, half-animal monster guardians. Like the first season, they really spent money on the last one. He's accompanied by a license official who gets Yoshihiko to practice with him. Buddha gives them another item to acquire: the Shoes of Invincibility. They all have an idea of what they want, but Yoshihiko is accidentally forced to become a Teen Idol.
Once there, they find the new village chief has been levying a heavy tax on the villagers in exchange for protection against ghosts. It also contains references to other fantasy series and comedies, such as. Danjo, Merebu and Murasaki are powerless against the monster guarding the Demon's Helm, and go back to get Yoshihiko, but are thrown by his decision to forgo the Demon King mission to instead slay the sorcerer who cursed Lienne from being able to kiss a man--Yoshihiko in this case. Having gained an important item, Buddha comes to tell them they now need to head west. Yoshihiko deplores her to give them the carpet, but she refuses, and will only relent if they can defeat her esteemed personal chef in a cooking competition. They defeat him only to learn from the Hotoke that it wasn't the actual Demon King, but only his governor.
Before they are able to however, they are again transported, this time into a world. However, they are not brought back entirely complete. With his new Beckoning Sword, he embarks on his journey and first meets a blue blob, who goads him into fighting it. They find themselves, yet again, in a modern day city gathering information. Now the village held a sword-in-the-stone test to see who will be the next hero, which Yoshihiko passes. He messes up and bring back Yoshihiko and the four go on to new adventures.
Yoshihiko's village is about to be overrun by demons, so the village elder decides to gather the young men in the village to choose a hero fit for following Yoshihiko's footsteps. After traversing through countless caverns they find him hiding in a closet, and they find out the Orb of Light is in fact his testicles. When they finally reach the mountain god's shrine, things take an unexpected turn. . Once there, they meet the village head Konpachi who apologizes for their bad first impression of the village. After all, he is a simple and pure minded hero, pretty easy to write a stupid argument to set him back on the right path. After separating and getting hit with several traps, the four are reunited in a face-off against the leader of the five men.
Their first battle is against a band of contract mercenaries, who operate on a strict 9-to-5 schedule. When Buddha tells them that there is one more item to be found, the Ring of Life in the Fairy Village, he fails to tell them where the village is located. Yoshihiko and Danjo devise a plan that disgusts and disheartens Murasaki and Merebu, but Murasaki just ends up kidnapped. I really hate the erase Yoshihiko's mind plot device. After being attacked by a slime, they are transported to a world. On their way to Akibara Village, they pass the Dharma Shrine, which is where they can change jobs in order to learn new skills. To gather the materials they head towards the Evil Mountain and are waylaid by a bandit who worries too much about her makeup, later a werewolf one, and then a boastful one.
The group won't be able to reach the castle without the help of a flying carpet, which is fortuitously up for auction at a tiny auction house. This series is still watchable comedic gold, just that it feels a bit stale at times. However, due to his unfortunate ability to sleep without detection, the monster destroys the fields, and the four have no other choice than to confront it in its cave. Yoshihiko agrees to participate in the tournament but runs into an extremely powerful fighter. At night, Yoshihiko discovers that the men start to walk around and meow like cats. When turned down by the young men, the elder finds out there is a descendant of Yoshihiko's living in the village, who turns out to be a young boy well-versed in child labor laws. Danjo is the first one to note the importance of Yoshihiko's Beckoning Sword.