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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
The druid goblin rare that recently joined them.

[Level] 60

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[Attributes] Darkness; Death

[Abnormal Status] <

It was the high kobold, Hasu, who informed me of the humans’ presence.

“The humans are here!” he said.

Cold sweat drizzled down my back.

“Their numbers?” I asked as I threw food at Hasu. 

I waited for him to chew it before he finally replied.

“15,” he said.

Tch, that’s a lot.

Are we a match for them right now if all those 15 are adventurers?

It might be possible if we could just strike them at their weak point… But either way it’s a huge gamble.

“Alright, let’s go!”

I have to prepare myself for the worst.

It’s been around a month and a half since Reshia’s group was captured by us.

I don’t know whether 15 is actually a lot or not, but the goblins I’ve been preparing to fight with the orcs have mostly learned the three-man cell.

There’s no telling whether that will be effective against the humans, but if we retreat, there’s no telling how far they’re going to chase us either.

We can’t retreat. There’s no other path for us but to fight.

“Gi Ga, gather everyone.”

“Yes, chief.”

“Yes, chief!”

Three were visibly fired up, while Gi Za quietly burned, ready to fight.

I made 5 three-man cell groups, totaling to 15 goblins. Then I left the remaining goblins under Gi Go to protect the village.

I gripped Iron Second. Then I petted the gray wolf pups playing by my feet, and handed them to Reshia.

“Quite a large group you have here,” remarked Reshia.

“What’s with the names?”

“Of course, I don’t like the names. Don’t you think it’s pitiful to name this pup a vanguard god?”

“…To fight with humans?” she asked.

Her eyebrows lifted up.

“I thought to have you ask for their surrender,” I replied.

“Ms. Lili?” asked Reshia.

Lili calmly shook her head.

“Lady Reshia, please wait here. I will keep the casualties to a minimum.”

This will be a good opportunity to find out if she’s scheming anything. Cleaning up all the problems here in one swoop is a swell idea if I’ve ever heard of one.

Right, I should put out a bait.

A chance to kill me. That should bring out whatever Lili’s scheming.

“Hurry up and prepare,” I said.

Then I left the jail.


“It’s better to have less mouths to feed,” I snapped back.

Then I began to compress the encirclement we had laid out.

“Gi Gi, go to the left. Surround the humans. Gi Za, to the right.” 

The goblins nodded without saying a word.

“…Even then, you’re!” 

“Good. There’s not much time though, so hurry.”

This area is too close to the human region.


As my mouth twisted into a grin, I stood up and activated the [Skill] <>.

“Gi Ga! Kill the orc!”

I ordered Gi Ga, who was still next to me, to kill the orc. Accompanied by his subordinates, Gi Ga quickly bolted out into the fray, and pierced the orc. As a pained scream rose, the orc was mangled by Gi Ga’s subordinates.

I left the bushes as the orc continued to scream, and I made my appearance before the humans.

I wonder what the humans thought of Lili, a human, following me.

The two warriors that were fighting the orc a while ago turned pale as they wielded their swords again.

“What is that!? Isn’t that a high-class goblin behind you!?” one of them asked.

Lili was visibly perplexed, not knowing where to begin explaining. I silently cursed the humans’ incessant vilifications.

But I am the one who made her do this.

Still, I don’t like these humans, but if they’re useful, then I’ll use them.

I’ll use them until their lives are torn and ragged. 

“I don’t wish for all of you to die,” Lili said.

The humans and the warriors glanced alternately between me and Lili. The non-combatants at the back froze.

“So please, shut up, and obey,” she continued.

But the humans were not pleased.

“You think we’ll do something like that!” one of them yelled.


Lili’s impatience grew, and I called out the goblins in the surrounding thickets.

“Show yourselves,” I said.

The goblins who were hiding by the thickets all this time, all stood up at the same time. And they shrieked at the humans.

“W-What is with this number!?

I can hear the screams of the warriors.

I did my best to calmly observe them. Especially, the warriors.

How much can I use these humans? Are they worth the risk?

“Tch, there should still be time. Please, don’t lay a finger on them,” said Lili.

The humans should know now that Lili’s just barely hanging onto me.

I smiled at that thought.

“What will it be, humans?” I asked.

Then wielding Iron Second on my shoulder, I continued,

“Obedience? Or death?” I asked.

10 seconds is all I’m giving them.

So I decided to put on another show. And I took a step forward in front of Lili, standing right before the humans.

“Which will it be?” I asked. “Is it death you wish?”

And Lili began to beg as she pointed her sword at me, saying,

“Please stop. Please.” 

She knows she can’t win, yet she still dares to point her sword at me. It’s clear as day that she’s afraid. Even the tip of her sword is shaking.

All the while, the humans were at a complete loss, not even able to come up with an answer.

“You wish to fight me?” I asked Lili. “I won’t be sparing you this time.”

Around this time, Gi Ga, who had just defeated the orc, wielded his blood stained spear. But I signaled him with a raise of my hand to stop.

Now, Lili. Show me your true nature.

If you think you can defeat me, then come! I will take you on whenever you please!

But Lili begged again.

“…I beg you, please.”

Lili struck her sword into the ground, and she fell down on her knees. That last act of hers doused whatever will the humans had in them to fight.

“…Very well. Bring all of these to the village. If anyone tries to rebel, I will kill him.”

I swung the great sword on my shoulder.

That swing was only to threaten, but the sharp wind pressure that came from that swing was enough to rouse fear in their hearts.

“Lili, you’ll be responsible for guiding these humans. Understood?”

“As you command.”


The refugees are as follows:

Adventurers: 2

Women: 4
Children: 3

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