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Redo of Healer

Redo of Healer

AT-X 2021

In a world of monsters, adventurers and magic, some of the most gifted healers are subjugated to brute force. Keyaru gains the ability to rewind time and turns the tables on those who’ve exploited him in this dark fantasy tale of vengeance and fury.

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#1 - The Healer Buys a Slave! (Season 1 - Episode 3)

One does not forget the past, even if it hasn’t happened yet. Many people remain unpunished. Getting to them may require help, though.

The episode was rated 7.76 from 75 votes.

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#2 - The Healer is Troubled by Norn’s Brutality! (Season 1 - Episode 11)

Keara reads Blade’s memories and learns Norn plans to attack Branica in three days and with his new weapon, he hopes to take revenge.

The episode was rated 7.65 from 55 votes.

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#3 - The Healer Starts a New Journey! (Season 1 - Episode 12)

An unexpected development catches Norn off guard. She needs another plan, but that assumes she can first survive Keyarga’s wrath.

The episode was rated 7.45 from 56 votes.

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#4 - The Healer Starts Over! (Season 1 - Episode 1)

With the Demon Lord defeated, Keyaru’s revenge begins. The first step is to rewind time. Followed by planning…

The episode was rated 7.44 from 93 votes.

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#5 - The Healer Ruins Princess Flare! (Season 1 - Episode 2)

Flare has a dark side that Keyaru originally didn’t see until it was too late. Forgiveness isn’t something that he’s interested in now. So, he waits…

The episode was rated 7.44 from 82 votes.

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#6 - The Healer Executes Justice! (Season 1 - Episode 7)

They expected the Hero of Recovery. They planned on him being heroic. Unfortunately for them, Keyarga isn’t a hero.

The episode was rated 7.40 from 67 votes.

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#7 - The Healer Finds a New Toy! (Season 1 - Episode 5)

Keyarga’s actions have not gone unnoticed. He used the Krylet sword technique against Gioral soldiers. And one woman will not let the insult stand.

The episode was rated 7.32 from 69 votes.

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#8 - The Healer Takes Revenge for a Meal! (Season 1 - Episode 9)

Keyarga, Freia and Setsuna will protect Eve until she becomes the Demon Lord. But that protection comes at a price: The Philosopher’s Stone.

The episode was rated 7.27 from 60 votes.

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#9 - The Healer Meets the Demon Lord! (Season 1 - Episode 8)

Keyarga knows this woman. She will become the Demon Lord and the enemy of all humankind. So, what is she doing in a city where humans and demonic beings coexist?

The episode was rated 7.27 from 64 votes.

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#10 - The Healer Acquires Setsuna! (Season 1 - Episode 4)

How far will Setsuna go for revenge? Keyarga is curious to know.

The episode was rated 7.23 from 71 votes.

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#11 - The Healer Becomes a Single, Lovely Flower!
Season 1 - Episode 10

How does one catch a predator? Keyarga turns himself into the perfect bait.

The episode was rated from 55 votes.
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#12 - The Healer Sheds Blood and Tears!
Season 1 - Episode 6

The cost of revenge is steep. Especially when innocents pay the price.

The episode was rated from 61 votes.

Last updated: apr 26, 2022



Low key kinda exited for this, if it’s anything like the manga it’s gonna be the most fucked up anime of 2021


Accidentally stumbled on this and it's insane and sadistic and I love it! Definitely not for kids, not even for most adults. Crosses the line left and right so be warned.


**subarashii** Glorious Trash. I can tell that a lot of people are going to loathe this show, if they even find it. While the premise is a little bit broken, it's within the Light Novel Isekai "parameters" of an overpowered protagonist being given a second chance and ... Completely taking his revenge on *everyone* involved in his former misery, brutalism, slavery, torture, drugging and disfigurement. There's a long, long list of people who take advantage of Keyarga/Keyaru, and the show will likely pull the punches before long because it's a fantasy Anime, and while it is graphic, pretentious, etc. Religious sadism in real life was/is far more gruesome and, could only exist within a 'puritanical' ideology. There are occasionally 'dark' stories, like Game of Thrones, or RE:Zero, which create impossible villains that seem to distill evil in one person or one family, to make a point. Redo, isn't making the point of creating villains as a juxtaposition of Good to Evil. It's Evil for Evil, because there is no longer justice in this fragmented world. Those with the power to make things better, or protect the weak, don't exist in this story. It's not even a religious story, because the presence of a protective god, would make the lives of people, much, much worse under the justice of the Heroes, and their unchecked vices. After all, who provides the narcotics... This isn't the Hero's Journey. Very few shows take the Villain's route and do it successfully, because it's not as simple as a choice, doing what's just or good, honest or moral. Without the protection of law or arbiters of justice, power defines morality and justice. The "Heroes" of Redo are capricious, overpowered monsters, incapable of being controlled, and their desires drive them towards all kinds of vices. The story universe seems to be built on heroes being enhanced, their "blood" can be transferred to others to make them stronger, or get past a level cap, and this also conveniently includes bodily fluids... Keyaru/Keyarga's healing is more like alchemy or reality warping, since he can poison, transfigure, mutate and 'learn' abilities from his patients/victims. There's potential, but it's going to be difficult to see beyond the surface of a character motivated to burn the world. The concept of 'stealing power' has wide implications beyond "thin justification for a harem", heroes are worth far more Alive than dead if they can boost the strength, ability, survival or lifespan of others. Thus making 'failed' heroes a resource for those with wealth or power to enslave, coerce or force into joining their service. Else, a hero could potentially gather enough wealth, power and resources from trading / sacrificing their own body to become independent, or a Tyrant of their own making. They also toyed with this concept in "The Boys", where the origin of the superpowers is hidden by a large corporation, and, eventually you realise why a business would 'make' heroes. or glossed over with My Hero Academia, etc. The problem is that Keyarga is essentially mad, has god-like abilities at a cost, and could live out the rest of his life with a harem of women (and men), and build an empire from his harem, if he wanted to. The premise seems like a power fantasy, and, it really is, but that's part of what makes it glorious trash.


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