An extremely comfy, relaxed, and calming breath of air to have fun with and grow more attached to the characters of Tempest.
That Time I Got Reincarnated As a Slime (Season 1)
A quality Isekai with a fun and positive energy. One of the better ones.
Overlord IV (Season 4)
More interesting and with greater political intrigue than previous seasons. Still has some issues with direction and an abundance of seemingly unnecessary details.
How Not to Summon a Demon Lord Ω (Season 2)
Once you accept that this is an Ecchi with Isekai elements, and not the other way around, it's actually enjoyable. Plus, there's an interesting exploration of religious corruption that was more compelling than what the previous season offered.
Wonder Egg Priority
A beautiful, raw, rattling ride focusing on human trauma in a non-pandering way. For about 70% of the way, then has a disappointing finish.
A magical and soul-stirring piece with beauty musically, emotionally, and artistically.
Somali and the Forest Spirit
A beautiful, heart wrenching and heartwarming adventure in a gorgeous fantasy world. With rich world building, heavy topic exploration, and my kryptonite: the "Learn to be Human" trope. Get tissues.
Spice and Wolf
It's "Stonks: The Anime!" No, but really. A mature, slow burn romance in a fantasy setting with several entertaining economic thrillers along the way. A change of pace from modern anime, but it does lack drive.
Sword Art Online: Alicization
SAO goes back to its roots and slows the pace down for a more comfortable, immersive experience. Does still suffer from some SAO sins.
Fate/Grand Order – Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia
Overall story is painfully, obviously the story for a mobile game. Fate's mental gymnastics for magic rules are rampant, but there's some great fight choreography, as well as inspirational dialogue and speeches.