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Goblin Kingdom - Volume 1 Chapter 48: The Messenger from the West

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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. Became a goblin noble in chapter 39. 

[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. He acts like a samurai.

Recently became a noble, and received the divine protection of the Sword God, Ra Baruza. 

[Goblin] Gi Za

A goblin rare. He evolved in chapter 37 after hunting with Gi Ga.

[Goblin] Gi Do

Goblin Rare. From Gi Gu’s Faction. He is known for his <> which allows him to see his opponent’s weakness.

[Goblin] Gi Da

Goblin Rare. The goblin favored by the Mad God (Zu Oru). Has the <> skill.

Chapter 48: The Messenger from the West

[Race] Goblin

[Class] Lord; Horde Chief

[Divine Protection] Goddess of the Underworld (Altesia)

[Subordinate Beasts] High Kobold <> (Lv1) Gastra (Lv1) Cynthia (Lv1) Orc King <> (Lv36)

When I got back to the village, I had the orcs immigrate.

I gave them Gi Za’s old place, the one situated by the root of the giant tree. The area surrounding it is a wasteland, so it’s perfect for the orcs. After that, I made a simple agreement with that small frightened orc.

I distributed different hunting grounds for the orcs and the goblins. I also gave instructions on how to deal with the humans should they enter the forest.

This is how I separated the orcs from the goblin.

There is a lake northwest of the Great Heaven-Piercing Tree. 

So I permitted the orcs to live off of the north and east banks of the lake there. This decision is something I made in order to create a breakwater for the humans entering.

With this, there won’t be any issues between the orcs and the goblins.

Aside from me and the noble classes, the goblins don’t have a way of resisting the orcs.

But even if it weren’t for that, I don’t want unneeded conflict. That would only serve to benefit the threat from the east.

“Is it really alright with just this?” asked Bui.

The small and frightened orc’s words were unusually impressive. I’ve always thought of orcs as brutes who always tried to solve everything with power, but it would seem there are also orcs such as this one.

As Bui nodded quietly, he let out a sigh of relief.

Being the Orc King seems to be hard, but I have no intention of taking care of him that much. At most, I just want him to stay clear of my way, and not be a threat to the humans.

With this, the door to the west has finally opened before me.

When I got back to the village, the cleaning was mostly done. What’s left was repairing the fences, but that’ll take some time.

I asked Gi Gu, who I had left the village to in my absence, if anything happened while I was gone. 

“A messenger came,” said Gi Gu.

“A messenger from the tribes. I asked him to wait.” 

The tribes? A messenger?

Now where have I heard that before…

“From what tribe?” I asked.


“Please fight off one of the four tribes, Gaidga,” he replied.

“A curse?”

“…Exactly what do you have in mind,” asked the old goblin.

As I nodded, I answered the old goblin’s inquiry.

“The village has grown bigger. Until now I’ve given simple names, but from here on we will be confronting the tribes.”

My vague words left the two puzzled as they both tilted their heads.

“Why do we need more names when confronting the tribe?” 

At the old goblin’s inquiry, I nodded and answered.

“What do you think when you hear, the child of Gatsumi, Ra Gilmi?” 

“No. I’ll start handing it out from noble classes. First, I’ll give Gi Ga one.”


Gi Ga can’t walk, so I let Gi Za directly face him.

Gi Ga came as he pierced his spear, then he sat like that on the ground. Then place his one hand on the ground, he looked up to me.

“Gi Ga, I give you a new name,” I declared.

“Gi is the name of this village. Ga is the name I gave you. Thanks to your achievements in this recent battle, I give you the right to a household. Thus, I grant you a last name.”

“If you wish, I could give you a village.”

My words left everyone in shock, causing them all to look on wide-eyed.

It’s the proof of the weight of my trust. And I won’t give a last name just to anyone, only those with enough strength will be worthy of one.

As I explained, Gi Ga’s body shook.

“King, am I unneeded?” asked Gi Ga.

“I understand. But for the sake of rewarding you for the power you’ve shown me, accept this name.”

“From here on, you are Gi Ga Rax.” 

“If you were to give me a last name, what would you give me?”

At that moment, a flash of inspiration shot through my mind, and I answered him with a huge grin on my face.

“How about Gi Za Za?” I jokingly replied.

It’s based on the same naming sense he suggested when we were thinking of a name for the gray wolves. 

When said that to Gi Za, his face was visibly shocked as he went quiet. 

“Ha ha ha… It’s a joke. I’ll leave the pleasure of thinking of a name for when you actually evolve.”

“What? Even this is thanks to having a good teacher.”

I thoroughly enjoyed myself in this rare time of peace.



Author Note:


An opened path.


A new name.


The return of the king is at hand. 

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