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[Goblin] Gi Ga

The former leader of the village. He was pressured by the protagonist in his goblin noble form, and was added to his subordinates. He uses the long sword, and is relatively smart for a goblin rare.

[Goblin] Gi Gi

He evolved while hunting spear deer with the protagonist.

A goblin with many wounds on his body. The food of his horde was stolen by the gray wolves, so he made a decision to follow the protagonist. He is the most experienced amongst the goblin rares. His weapon is a curved katana. 

[Goblin] Gi Za

[Level] 60

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[Attributes] Darkness; Death

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“Oh, right. Sorry for worrying you,” I curtly replied.

Then I placed my hand over her head to stop her from giving a longwinded sermon.

“T-T There’s no way I’d be worried for you,” she argued. 

Ignoring her, I went ahead and thanked Gi Gi for a job well done.

“Gi Gi, good job. Go ahead and spoil your beasts,” I said. 

Then Gi Gi bowed, and I thanked Gi Ga next.

“You too, Gi Ga. You saved my life.”

“…No one has entered,” he replied, a hint of worry in his voice as if bracing himself for rebuke.

Shaking my head to his misunderstanding, I said,

“That’s not it. Rather you did a good job holding back.”

It’s better to keep people from entering rashly so as to prevent unnecessary sacrifice after all. But although that decision might’ve been clear as day, for Gi Go who must’ve been feeling eager to go in because of his history with the wolves, it might not have been the easiest decision to make. Yet despite that, he actually managed to make the right call. That’s something worthy of praise. 

Then reporting the damages incurred from the fight, Gi Za spoke. 

“Few have died in this battle. That three-man cell you taught us… it’s pretty good.”

It’s more or less thanks to luck though, I thought.

“Well then…”

Compensating the blood I’ve lost comes first. After that come the cave.

“You mean two others aside from me, right?” he replied, showing that ever so confident smile of his.

Then continuing, I gave the rest of my orders.

“Gi Ga, Gi Go, ready yourselves. We’re entering the cave. Gi Gi, you stay here to keep watch. If anything happens, let us know immediately.”

As the goblins bowed toward me simultaneously, I took another bite out of the wolf’s entrails. 

I need to make up for the lost blood.

Unfortunately, I can’t think of any other method aside from this. Well, it’s still better than nothing.

Then suddenly, Reshia objected, saying,

“You’re not thinking of going into battle again, are you?”  

I couldn’t help but smile wryly at those objecting eyes of hers as I said back,

“If I don’t finish off the gray wolves here, more of my subordinates will die. Besides, I’m not one to let opportunities slip by.” 

“I don’t. I’m just using my head. You know… in order to survive that is.” 

“Oh? You’re aware? That’s great. That means there’s still hope for you.”

Heaving, and her eyes ablaze, Reshia stomped, and then she yelled,

“…I’m coming as well!”

“I’m fine by myself!” stomped Reshia again.


“Y-You just love saying whatever you want, don’t you!?” she complained.

Reshia’s voice was a bit stiff, but she still held her hands out immediately.

In an instant, all signs of doubt and confusion left her face, and that inhuman expression of a saint appeared in its place. That is the proof of her resolve.

“Let relief be given to all (Heal),” she chanted.

A pale light shined within the cave, wrapping the newborn pups in its warmth. And in the next instant, Reshia, declared, saying,

“It’s done.”

And lo and behold, the pups were there, sleeping peacefully. To which I muttered,


A sudden burst of self-derision.

I killed its parents, and stole its children. And under the pretense of saving it, I lied to myself, saying I won’t kill these pups.

I’m not heartless, true. But at the same time… I’m a bit too bloody for something like gentleness. 

Then without any hesitation, Reshia said,

“…There is more than just one side to things, you know?”

And I couldn’t help gaze at her with my eyes wide open.

Both because she was able to hear me, and because I had no idea what she was talking about.

“The fact that you are suffering means that you have a conscience, right? Then in that case, you should just follow that,” she said.

Those amethyst eyes that were looking at me were not stiff like those of the goddess’. But those eyes still contained with them a piercing light that could pierce through any man.

“Don’t say stupid things,” I retorted. “I am a monster. I only saved these to bolster my own war potential. Don’t misunderstand.”

Embarrassed from having been seen through, I spat out a lie. But at the same time, it was a likely story.

“We’ve seen all there is to see. We’re going home,” I said.

Leading my goblin subordinates, I exited the cave. 

“…A real monster wouldn’t call itself a monster,” muttered Reshia.

But I pretended not to hear her words as I continued to walk.

Author's Note: Gray wolf get! 

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