Our hero, Ken Usato, is an outsider in the crowded high school hallways, where celebrities are the center of attention and the rule of daily gossip.
The star of the student council, Susan, is always the center of attention, especially when she’s with her nerdy official companion, Vice President Kazuki. While some people easily become the center of attention, Ken finds himself just another Joe – a forgettable high school student with a bland life.
In this cliche high school setting, Ken’s most thrilling project is returning baby pigeons to their nest. He sees himself as an ordinary student going through old habits in life, full of self-pity.
However, Ken finds himself without an umbrella when fate strikes on a rainy day. Ken’s natural decency saves him from a life of crime as he contemplates the moral dilemma of holding someone else’s umbrella.
Susan suddenly appears there and explains the school’s policy regarding children leaving in bad weather. In a strange turn of events, Kazuki gives Ken his extra umbrella, erasing their invisible wall. When the three decide to walk home together, it makes for an interesting but awkward interaction.
At Kazuki’s image as a lady, Ken is surprised at how genuinely friendly he is. Ken is surprised by the people he meets, including the seemingly distant Susan, as they walk around the neighborhood.
In the first episode, we are told that suddenly, a magic circle materializes, transporting them to a world ruled by a king named Lloyd. The king reveals that they have been summoned as heroes to fight the growing threat of the demon lord.
The once normal lives of Ken, Susan and Kazuki are now tied to a fate they never anticipated. Amid the revelation of their hero status, Ken talks about the social expectations of being a widower—a considered sin in his world.
His path took a darker turn when he admitted that he had considered suicide but was afraid of death. Ken’s character is enriched by these conflicts, highlighting the emotional depth hidden beneath his outwardly simple personality.
As the group passes magical tests to find common interests, the plot continues to develop. Susan and Kazuki both have outstanding skills in Thunder and Light magic. The royal court is shocked to learn that Ken has a penchant for using green magic, a surprising development revealed through his testing.
Rose, a formidable and eccentric character, enters the scene, intent on training Ken in the rare art of healing. Little did Ken know, this journey would test not only his magical abilities but also his perception of himself.
Ken’s unexpected and dangerous excursion is made possible thanks to Rose’s unconventional methods and the intimidating presence of her henchmen. The plot offers a mix of humor, mystery, and self-discovery as Ken struggles with his newfound identity as a hero and the challenges ahead.
In How to Use Healing Magic Wrong Volume 2, we see how under Rose’s careful supervision, Ken Usato dives headlong into the chaotic world of healing magic training. He will eventually learn that being a hero is not an easy path as he struggles to meet the demands of his unique skills.
Additionally, the unusual members of the rescue team that Usato meets along the way further complicate his experience. We will also discover more about Usato’s previous experiences as a typical high school student during turbulent times.
Release date and where to watch
How to Use Wrong Healing Magic Episode 2 will air on official sensory partners on January 13, 2024. Below is the worldwide release time of Episode 2:
- Japan Standard Time: 22:00 Saturday, January 13, 2024
- Central European Time: 03:00 pm Saturday 13 January 2024
- New York: 9:00 a.m. Saturday, January 13, 2024
- Australian Capital Territory: midnight Saturday, 13 January 2024
- Pacific Time: 6:00 a.m. Saturday, January 13, 2024
- Eastern European Time: 03:00 pm Saturday, January 13, 2024
How to Use Wrong Healing Magic Episode 2 will air on Crunchyroll on the date and time provided above. Fans and viewers can access them by officially subscribing to the official website.