Goblin Kingdom – Volume 3: The Age of Warlords – Intermission: Lost History I

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Volume 3: Intermission – Lost History I

—Once upon a time, during the Age of the Warlords, also known as the Age of the Great War of Supremacy, were many people. In that age, humans, monsters, demihumans, and gods painted the world.

The humans who sought to expand their territories and make grander their hegemony.

The goblins, orcs, and kobolds who sought to overturn the humans’ supremacy from the borders.

The demihumans who were once driven away by the humans.

It was to these creatures that the gods’ expectations were placed, and it was they who welcomed an age of great chaos.

This is an excerpt of some of the documents of that age.

According to a traveling grandma, this is something the Goblin King himself wrote. As for whether that’s actually true or not, who knows?

To begin with, just when did the Goblin King acquire this information? It’s simply too suspicious. If she speaks the truth, then this could be considered a historical discovery.

—Written by the History Scholar, Altoni. ‘A Historical Perspective on the Age of Gods’ Chapter 2, from the scattered and lost secrets.

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Goblin and monster evolution tree.

Leader Type Normal => rare => Noble => Duke => Lord => King => ?

Direct Vassal Type Normal => rare => Noble => Knight => Baron => ?

Druid Type Normal => Druid => Shaman => ?

Beast Type Baby => Adult Beast => Wild Beast => ?

Tamed Type Baby => Twin-Heads => Three Heads => ?

Kobold Type Normal => High Kobold => Rook Kobold => ?

Orc Type Normal => Orc Leader => Orc King => ?

 

Starting with the Goblin King, a person with experience in leading a horde will become a leader type, while a goblin with no experience in leading a horde who was born under the rule of the Goblin King will most likely become a direct vassal. These two types are greatly compatible with each other, such that there are cases when a god’s blessing or one’s experiences in life causes one to jump from one path to another.

Gi Za is of the druid type. He has no compatibly with the leader type or the vassal type. It could be said that the evolutionary path he follows is unique.

Wild beasts like Cynthia follow the beast type path. That’s a different path compared to the one walked by Gi Gi’s tamed beasts.

The details are yet unknown. It could have something to do with the personality of the beasts or perhaps their food. Maybe it’s the goblin skills themselves having an effect on them. In any case, it’s still a mystery.

As for the kobolds, there hasn’t been any sighting of evolved forms other than Hasu’s, so there’s not much info here either.

As for the orcs, it’s also a mystery due to Bui keeping things under wraps.

 

Demihuman Type UNKNOWN

God Type UNKNOWN

They keep the information to themselves, so there’s nothing to write.

 

Human and human-like class system.

Warrior Job Apprentice Warrior => Adept Warrior => Master Warrior => UNKNOWN

Magician Job Apprentice Mage => Adept Mage => Master Mage => UNKNOWN

Healer Job Apprentice Mage => Adept Healer => UNKNOWN

Adventurer Job Apprentice Adventurer => Adept Adventurer => Master Adventurer => UNKNOWN

Knight Job Apprentice Knight => Adept Knight => Master Knight => Holy Knight (Preparatory) => Holy Knight

 

There is much to be learned regarding the humans and the humans-like classes. All the class systems changes job depending on the divine protection received, so the system listed above is really nothing more than an example.

For example, a human following the warrior job will eventually find himself unable to proceed any further unless he receives the divine protection of a god, but after receiving one, the variations are endless. The same could be said for the magician-job and the healer-job.

In the adventurer-job, one can be promoted above the master stage without any divine protection, but the job itself requires the skills to survive in the world, so most adventurers receive a divine protection before reaching the master stage.

The knight job branched out from the warrior job because of the conferring of decorations, and is independent of the warrior job.

 

Protagonist
93 => 96

Gi Ga Rax
1 => 29

Gi Gi Orudo
40 => 65

Gi Gu Verbena
20 => 59

Gi Go Amatsuki
97 => 43 (Duke => Baron)

Gi Do Buruga
1 => 34

Gi Za Zakuend
82 => 93

Gi Ji Arsil
37 => 65

Gi Zu Ruo
68 => 90

Gi Ba
81 => 3

Gi Bi
1 => 23

Gi Bu
1 => 21

Gi Be
1 => 38

Gi Jii Yubu
27 => 45

Gi Ah
42 => 54

Gi Ii
38 => 51

Gi Uu
40 => 76

Hal
3 => 40

Mido
5 => 32

Shumea
89 => 90

Yoshu
58 => 74

 

Hasu
77 => 1 (High Kobold to Rook Kobold)

Cynthia
68 => 87

Bui
82 => 95

Rashka (Duke => Lord)
81 => 1

Ra Gilmi Fishiga
2 => 31

Ra Narsa
78 => 79

Alashd
91 (Tl Note: that’s how it is in the raws.)

Felbi
75 => 81

 

Tl Note: This wasn’t edited, as I ran out of time again. Let me know if you see anything. Also, Hasu’s new status to follow.

Goblin Kingdom – Volume 3: The Age of Warlords – Chapter 171: The Founding of a New Country (3/3)
Goblin Kingdom – Volume 3: The Age of Warlords – Chapter 172: Spring is Faraway (1/2)
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12 thoughts on “Goblin Kingdom – Volume 3: The Age of Warlords – Intermission: Lost History I

  1. Alex Sommers says:

    I might be wrong, but: In the beginning of the chapter they describe a time that was “long ago” and having found a document from that time. That document we know is written by the main character since it includes the names of Gi Za, Cynthia, Gi Gi etc.. Wouldn’t that mean that the person writing the first part is from the future? And the “traveling grandma” might just be Shumea.

    Or am I just misunderstanding things?

  2. Lorazepam says:

    I think that I understand why Gi Go went from duke to baron (which is a lower class of noble) it’s because he went from being an independent leader type into being a direct vassal type as he rejoined the king.

  3. SaDDisT says:

    But what Im really curios about is, why the king is not mass producing the rare class gobs, he can even mass produce noble class gobs but not that fast as the rare class of course.

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