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Food Wars! Season 2 (Episodes 1-13) Blu-ray
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Food Wars! ~ The Second Plate contains episodes 1-13. At the Tohtsuki Culinary Academy, the first rule is survival of the fittest, and if you don't have what it takes to become a master chef, you need to get out of the kitchen before you get burned. With the wheat of first-year students separated from the chaff, cocky former diner cook Yukihira Soma is one of the handful of kitchen whizzes still standing. As the next round of the Autumn Elections gets underway, can he survive a brutal bento boxing match with the chemistry-obsessed granddaughter of the Academy's director? And which of the other contenders; Megumi, Ryo, Akira, Hisako, Takumi or sinister dark-horse Subaru; will advance to fight for the gold medal? Get ready for another cut-throat season of eat, beat, and defeat!
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The story picks up from the end of the first season after the finalists are announced. Now we have a 1 v 1 elimination style food battles with some story thrown in to pad out each episode. Also introduced is a character called Subaru Mimasaka who has the ability to copy the dishes his opponents make and uses his own unique style to improve the dish in question and get the win.
The finals cover the first ten episodes in this boxset and are quite enjoyable. Following the finals is the Stagiaire arc which feels a little rushed to me as they had to fit it all in within the final three episodes.
Overall the season is a worthwhile addition to the Shokugeki no Soma franchise, but it would have felt so much better had they extended the first season to cover the fall selection in full. Also in Japan Season 3 has finished airing which is another 24 episodes for dub watchers to look forward to when they finally get around to dubbing that. Hopefully we'll get a Season 4 as the story is just too good to not be covered.