Goblin Kingdom – Volume 2: The Distant Paradise – Chapter 151: Rite of Passage (2/2)

Goblin Kingdom – Volume 2: The Distant Paradise – Chapter 151: Rite of Passage (1/2)
Goblin Kingdom – Volume 2: The Distant Paradise – Chapter 152: A Confrontation with the Strong (1/2)

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Volume 2: Chapter 151 – Rite of Passage (2/2)

Status
Race Goblin
Level 72
Class King; Ruler
Possessed Skills Ruler of the Demon Children of Chaos; Defiant Soul; World Devouring Howl; Sword Mastery A-; Dominator; King’s Soul; Ruler’s Wisdom III; Household of the Gods; One-Eyed Snake’s Evil Eye; The King's Dance at the Edge of Death; Magic Manipulation; Soul of the Berserk King; Third Impact (The Third Chant); Warrior's Instinct; Blessing of the Underworld Goddess; Guided One
Divine Protection Goddess of the Underworld (The goddess)
Attributes Darkness; Death
Subordinate Beasts High Kobold Hasu (Lv77); Gastra (Lv20); Cynthia (Lv1); Orc King (Bui) (Lv82)
Abnormal Status Blessing of the One-Eyed Snake; Protection of the Twin-Headed Snake

 
 

I looked at the map and thought to myself.

On the map, there was a linchpin pierced on the entrance of the forest. That was the colonial city. North of that was the mountains of the snow god and in the south were the free cities. According to intel, Germion Kingdom and the southern city states are in conflict over their borders.

If Nemush could become the next patriarch, then things might change. I don’t want to rely on just him, but if that holy war of his does happen, nothing would be better.

The reason I want the south in conflict is so that I don’t have to worry about them allying themselves to Gowen during our battle.

I turned my gaze to the north.

A disease is spreading through the mountains of the snow god. That’s probably because of their lack of hygiene if anything. I’ve never heard of goblins getting sick, but it would be terrible if we ended up passing the disease to humans after occupying a human settlement.

My goal is conquest not annihilation.

Perhaps I should have the goblins make a habit of washing themselves by the river.

Diseases can greatly weaken countries. It’s not easy to solve them. It would be nice to have subordinates who could handle such things under me.

There are a lot of beasts. I wonder if Gi Gi could cause chaos in the north by driving them away to the north.

Gi Gi’s beast horde should prove to be a powerful ally in any case. Of course, it depends on how cooperative they are, but they should be at least as strong or stronger than a hundred goblins.

There shouldn’t be any problems in utilizing the beasts in the north.

I turned my gaze back to the south.

I acted friendly toward Nemush, but I wonder how effective that’ll actually be?

Even if I want to wreak havoc on the human territories, it won’t do to worsen Nemush’ position after striking a bargain with him.

I wonder if they’ll really fall into chaos without the goblins making an appearance…

I should probably talk to Gi Gi and Gi Gu.

As I looked down on the map, I moved my pieces against the invisible opponent I was facing.

Like this the Fortress of the Abyss greeted winter.

 

112 days until the war with the humans.

 

Tl Note: I know this part is really small, but unfortunately, I didn’t notice it until it was too late yesterday. Anyway, there’s another chapter part being posted today. If you’re not seeing it yet that’s probably because you pressed too fast. Give me a minute or two to post.

Goblin Kingdom – Volume 2: The Distant Paradise – Chapter 151: Rite of Passage (1/2)
Goblin Kingdom – Volume 2: The Distant Paradise – Chapter 152: A Confrontation with the Strong (1/2)
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3 thoughts on “Goblin Kingdom – Volume 2: The Distant Paradise – Chapter 151: Rite of Passage (2/2)

    • Taggme says:

      Nemush is Nemush!
      I assume that is the guy who they just escorted south. The guy trying to become the Patriarch of the southern kingdom. Who, if made into the leader will start some fun holy wars against the other two religious leaders in the southern kingdom/s

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