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Saturday, February 20, 2016 Goblin Kingdom - Volume 1 Chapter 39: Clash I

TL Note: Correction in the previous chapter’s translation. The land to the north isn’t a completely unobtrusive plain. Rather there are many areas that are unobtrusive plains.

The goblin in that estranged group that was with the protagonist when he defeated an orc. He is currently a noble class, the highest amongst the protagonist’s subordinates. He prefers to use the spear. 

[Goblin] Gi Gu

Known as a beast warrior, a goblin with the ability to tame beasts. 

He prefers to use the axe. His goblin class is rare.

[Goblin] Gi Go

The druid goblin rare that recently joined them.

[Goblin] Gi Ji

[Level] 61

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[Attributes] Darkness; Death

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“Good grief… We’ve been working since last night,” Gi Za complained as he gave the orders to the other goblins.

The orcs will attack in the latter-half portion of the day. We don’t have time to relax.

“Gi Ga, Gi Gu, go lead five groups each, and prepare to intercept the enemy. After attacking once, go hide in the forest to the west,” I said.

“Gi Ji, Gi Go, the both of you as well. Take five groups under each of your command, and then come follow me,” I said to the other two goblins.

“As for the vilalge's defense… I’ll leave that under your care, Gi Za. Give the orcs hell,” I said.

“Gi Gi has already gone ahead under my orders… Are there any questions left?” I asked.

The goblins did not say anything. I nodded in response to their silence.

“Today, we shall battle with the orcs,” I began. “Know this, this fight is not only to defend our home; it is also an opportunity given to us to end the orcs once and for all. We have been at war with them for far too long. Let this battle be the last. Let it end our long struggle against them! Let it end as triumph for the goblins!” 


“Follow the king!” Ordered Gi Ji to his subordinate goblins as he raised his sword.

In response, the goblins formed three man groups again and followed after me.

I charged forward, and I blew away an orc with my Iron Second. When the orc fell, I ordered the goblins to finish him.


But killing the orcs couldn’t be done in one hit.

So I had to stop the orc’s flailing club with my great sword. Our weapons locked. And another orc passed by me, and headed toward the other goblins.

This is exactly why it’s a pain fighting against so many!

The orc wielded his sword against one of the goblins in a three-man-cell. That goblin somehow managed to stop the orcs’ sword, while another goblin attacked the legs of the orc. But just as the third goblin was about to kill the orc, the orc swept with his sword again.

In turn, the goblin made a quick decision to stop his attack, saving his own life. Like that, they fought against the orc again.

Gi Ji and Gi Go continued to fight hard, but the orcs’ large bodies were like walls that could stop the goblins’ attack.

It was a deadlock, neither side managing to severely injure the other.

Shit, this isn’t good.

I wanted to scatter them while we had the momentum on our side, but with the fight like this… it’s difficult. My horde is already having a hard time with just the orcs here at the back. If the orcs from the center manage to return, this situation will topple over to their favor. 

I want to leave before we suffer any losses, but we haven’t even hurt the orc horde enough yet. What should I do!?


“We’re retreating! Gi Go, Gi Ji, protect the back.”

I decided to retreat and meet up with the ambush squad in the forest before we suffered any losses.


I momentarily stopped the orcs with <> as we retreated. Gi Gu and Gi Ga also seems to have heard the command as they began to distance themselves farther and farther from the orcs.

Now, we have to stop and weaken the orcs as much as possible before they reach the village.

For that we’ll need to drag them into the forest later.

Fortunately, the orcs didn’t pursue us when we retreated this time.

But at the same time, it’s not something to be happy about.

Because this means to say that they’re fully intent on attacking the village at full force.

“How many are wounded!?” I asked.

We need to regroup now. We have to attack the enemy horde again as soon as possible, or else!


“Quite the view,” muttered Gi Za as he smiled. His gaze remained unfaltering despite the unfolding scene before him.

“Aim at the trapped enemies, and prepare your projectiles,” he commanded.

The orcs have started flowing out toward the village from the northern road. Their numbers were no less than 50 or 60.

Gi Za ordered his subordinate druids to prepare their magic. And at the same time, he ordered the normal goblins to pick up a stone from the mountain of stones that they prepared.

The king’s words aren’t wrong.

Gi Za strongly believes that. And it is precisely because he believes that that he can laugh despite the unfolding scene.

Not an ounce of fear nor anxiety could be seen in his heart. Only feelings of excitement as he wondered to himself, now, how will the king exterminate these guys?

But in order to see that, he needed to fulfill his duty.

“You are all to attack the area where my wind is attacking, understood?”

He needs to kill the orcs efficiently.

He may be using the druids’ magic, but there’re still not many who are strong enough to take out the orcs in one hit. They need to at least hit them twice or thrice if they want to take them down.

It’s because of that that they can’t waste a shot.


As the orcs cried out, showing off their strength, many goblins could be seen shivering in fear.

“Hear me, goblins! Warriors of the king!”

Suddenly, a voice sounded out from an area that could be seen even during the war. That voice reached the entire village. It was Gi Za’s.

“Believe in the king!” he said.

The goblins of this village should understand it, he thought. At the very least, they should be starting to see it… the greatness of the king that is.

It was because that man appeared that they stopped being hungry. 

It was because he appeared that their larvae stopped dying. 

It was because of him that the horde began to grow. And it’s growing even more.

Gi Za’s words spread through the village in a twinkle. And at that–––

“We believe in the king! We believe in the great king!”

Cheers sounded out from all over the village.

That’s right… If it’s that man who’s fighting, then we will definitely not lose.

At that moment, the resolve to fight suddenly burned within the eyes of every goblin.


Gi Za narrowed his eyes at the attacking orc horde.

“Ready your projectiles!” he commanded.

The war has only just begun.


Level has risen.

61 -> 62


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