The Saints Magic Power Is Omnipotent is a Japanese light novel series written by Yuka Tachibana. In recent years we have seen many light novels gain a lot of recognition for their work. In fact, some of the most notable stories are actually based on the works of light novels. A few examples are – Clannad and Clannad: Afterstory, The Promised Neverland and The Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime.
Similarly, The Saints Magic Power Is Omnipotent seems to be spreading its magic everywhere. Although only three of its episodes have been released so far, the reception and the ratings received by the show are noteworthy. The show’s plot is a bit similar to Alice’s story in Wonderland, except Alice isn’t the only girl that jumps down the rabbit hole, and it turns out that everyone likes the other girl instead. Bad luck for Alice, right? Apparently, No!
The Saints Magic Power Is Omnipotent Episode 4 Release Date And Time
Episode 4 of the show titled “Miracle” is all set to be released on the 27th of April 2021 at 12:00 am (JST) and on the 26th of April 2021 at 8:30 pm (IST) and 8:00 pm (PST).
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The story revolves around a 20-year-old woman named Sei. Sei, just like a normal Japanese office worker, has long working hours and a stressful life. One day, as Sei returns home from work, she suddenly gets whisked away into a new world. However, the spell that summoned her was supposed to summon a “Saint” or “The Chosen One”. Most importantly, it was supposed to summon The chosen One, not two. With the second option more viable than Sei, The royal palace chooses the other girl over her. Therefore, Sei is now forced to live in this new world, learn its customs and fend for herself.
Sei, hardly unfazed by her rejection, is actually pretty happy to be here. She begins learning the art of potion-making, and it turns out that she has a pretty good knack for it. Sei’s name begins to spread far and wide, with her potion-making skills able to heal even the most fatal of wounds. As luck would have it, Sei had to change the worlds to find something she loves to do.
With Sei’s power of healing clearly making a name for itself and her newfound business reaching great heights, it seems that things are finally working out for good. She not only uses her powers to protect the dying but is also showered by love around her. Even though she isn’t apparently “qualified” enough to be called “the chosen one”. Her powers seem to have saved the lives of many. But no matter how good she becomes or how many lives she saves, Sei isn’t “The Chosen One” right?