Goblin Kingdom – Volume 2: The Distant Paradise – Chapter 139: Banquet I

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Volume 2: Chapter 139 – Banquet I

Race Goblin
Level 71
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 (Altesia)
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


Symphoria handed over Selena and the male man, who – if i recall correctly – was named Felbi. He glared at me with marked hostility, while Pale Symphoria had her eyes shut tight.

The people participating in this meeting were the elven chiefs, me, Gi Za Zakuend, and Nikea.

“It seems you failed to meet my demand,” I said.

“W-What are you saying!? We’ve given you the tactitian and the commander!” Fenit said with great fear.

I looked at him sharply. “I believe I asked that they be handed without injury.”

“But they resisted! There was nothing we could do!” The slender man called Nash Jirad argued.

“I don’t think you people understand your position,” Gi Za said, causing the enemy chiefs to look alternatingly between me and Shure. “Know that you stand here today because of our generosity. I hope you do not you misunderstood yourselves as being our equal.”

Nash Jirad ground his teeth so hard it could be heard clearly. That seemed to please Gi Za, as he spoke no more.

“You have hit Selena, and it seems there is something wrong with the tactitian’s eyes,” I said.

“Her eyes won’t open anymore. We all agreed to crush her eyes before exiling her. It was a decision made by the Sage’s Council. Your demands came too late,” the small-statured elf, Silver, said.

Rage took me, and before I knew it, I had him by the neck. “Lowlives! How low are you willing to go? And to your benefactors no less!”

As I glared at the elven chiefs, I reached out for the great sword on my back.

When the elven chiefs saw that, they all screamed.

“King of goblins, your anger is well placed, but it is not your place to punish these people.” But then Shure’s calm voice suddenly resounded.

“These people—” I tried to argue.

“You are the benefactor of the elves and the king of the goblins, but you are not the king of the elves. Please do not forget that,” Shure said with a gaze full of conviction, persuading me to put Silver back down on the ground.

“These people will be punished by the law, yes?” I said.

“Of course,” Shure wilfully nodded.

At that, I withdrew.

Since the day we met, he made it clear that the elves had no need for a king… Even though there was none more fitting to ascend the throne aside from he himself.

As long as he believes that, the elves will never accept me lording over them.

“Thank you, Shure! As expected of the hero—” Fenit immediately tried to butter up to Shure after he stopped me, but Shure would have none of it.

“Silence!” He commanded with a sharp gaze and a loud voice all too rare for the usually composed Shure. “Truth be told, I would want nothing more than to cut you people into a million pieces this very instant! How long do you intend to throw mud on our face!? To think you have the gall to call yourselves chiefs!?”

The anger Shure had been fostering blew up, causing the elven chiefs to wince.

“Nash Jirad, Priena Sinfall, Silver Sheng, and Fenit Symphoria. I hereby strip you of your rights and responsibility as chiefs,” Shure said.

“O-On what grounds!?” The chiefs asked.

“You don’t understand? It must be because you pushed your responsibilites to Pale and made her take the blame. Because of that she ended up working harder than anyone else and fought fiercer than anyone else, but really, that was supposed to be your responsibility,” Shure said, then he finished things off with one last proclamation. “Filthy heathens of the elven race, you should quietly wait in jail for your judgment.”

Shure quietly watched as Fei and the Forni soldiers arrested the chiefs.

“Now, what to do with you?” I said, turning to Felbi, Selena, and Pale.

“Pah! Goblin scum acting all arrogant!” Felbi spat.

I wryly smiled and spat back, “beaten mutts truly do bark loud.”

“What did you call me!?’

“You lost in battle, was betrayed by your allies… And now your lives are in my hands. If this isn’t defeat, what is?”

Felbi’s face flushed, and I curtly said, “I will give you a chance.”

“What chance?” Felbi asked.

“A chance to kill me, but if you lose, the man known as Felbi shall die.”

“You’re challenging me to a duel?”

“Yes. It was from battle that we were born, hence, it is only fitting that one finds life through it.”

As I passed an orichalcum long sword to Felbi, I took out my great sword.

“You’re going to regret this!” Felbi said as he swung hissword.

“That’s my line!” I said as I met his blade.

Seven days later, after losing seven times to me, Felbi finally admitted his defeat, and the warrior known as Felbi died, leaving behind a man by the name of Felbi who was my subordinate.


Meanwhile, while the Goblin King was busy with his duel, Shure met Nash in his office. Nash was cuffed and wore an expressionless face.

“What’s the point of calling me out to a place like this? Does the chairman of the Sage’s Council have some sort of business with little old me?” Nash Jirad asked sarcastically.

Shure’s expression didn’t change as he threw a document on the desk. “What were you doing in Jirad’s hidden forests?”

Nash Jirad’s sarcasm vanished at that question, and he went completely quiet.


“It’s fine even if you don’t say anything. I’ll guess,” Shure said. “You tried to cultivate the land; tried to imitate the humans. And you even made slaves of the demihumans.”


Nash Jirad’s twisted expression confirmed everything for Shure.

“Why would someone so proud such as yourself try to imitate the humans?” Shure asked. “I suppose there’s no need to ask.”

“Yes, it is as you’ve thuoght. We imitated them to prepare for the coming war with the humans,” Nash Jirad said, finally breaking the silence with a laugh. “If a war were to breakout between the elves and the humans, the forests would surely be razed to the ground. In that case, the elves were bound to starve. To avoid that, I started looking for an alternative way to procure food.”

“Why would you enslave our neighbors despite knowing of the human threat?” Shure asked.

Nash responded with scorn. “Because the people wouldn’t listen. It doesn’t matter how much insight a person has, the people would never accept anything that might disadvantage them… even if one tried to explain the threat that looms. To the people, the forest is everything. It is their only livelihood, so I had no choice but to turn to the demihumans.”

“Just in case, you don’t have any intentions of working alongside me as a manager of those farms, do you?” Shure asked.

“Of course not. That is an endeavor we undertook to protect our pride. We have no reason to work with a traitor the likes of you,” Nash Jirad replied.

“I see… You may go.”

As Nash Jirad left through the door, Shure sighed deeply to himself.

“A pity… That insight.”

Left alone, those farms were bound to rot. He needed to discuss with the Goblin King what to do with them.


After Felbi joined our ranks, we held a large banquet just as Shure suggested.

There wasn’t much for the goblins to do in the land of the elves, but there was a lot to study, so Gi Za Zakuend decided to stay here and further his research on ether for the time being.

I would like to go back as soon as possible though.

We have already completed our goals here in the west. We have successfuly gained favor with the elves and the demihumans and have even promoted many of our ranks. The anti-human coalition is starting to take shape, but the biggest prize in this trip is actually the acquisition of the world map. Shure had entrusted it to me.

Although the map was drawn with the elven forest at the center, it extends all the way to the continent and the seas. To the north were the mountains and to the south were the deserts. There was much left of this world to see, and that made my heart beat in anticiptation.

I also want to return to the east as soon as possible to check up on Gi Ga Rax and the Fortress of the Abyss. The orcs and the kobolds are acting as a stopgap between the fortress and the humans, but that isn’t absolute.

Not to mention, I recklessly requested reinforcements. I can’t help but worry that we’ve been spread too thin.

The banquet being held was grand indeed, but it was by no means luxurious. There was plenty of meat to suit the goblins’ taste and the elve’s special wine was free to drink.

I walked over to the man who recently joined our ranks and poured ourselves a drink.

“I didn’t think the Goblin King would partake in such activites,” Felbi said with surprise as he watched me pour him a drink.

“I might be a goblin, but I do believe there to be much to learn from the elves. Cartography, literature, arithmetic… There is much to learn, and for the sake of defeating the humans, I believe we should strive to learn them. To that end, I intend to keep myself in your good graces.”

Felbi whistled and called out to the now blind Pale. “It’s pretty strange, don’t you think? We’re actually being treated better now than when we were with the chiefs.”

Pale made a troubled laughter. “It is indeed strange… Just a few days ago we were still killing each other.”

Her eyes no longer functioning, Pale could only rely on her ear to find her way, but she still splendidly found where I was and turn to me.

Selena noticed us staring at each other and couldn’t help but worry as she alternatingly looked between me and her.

“We’ll be allies from now on. I still don’t understand you very well, but I hope we can get along. Though I have heard a little about you from Selena,” I said.

Pale vaguely smiled as she put down her cup and stood up.

“I’d like to feel the winds for a bit,” she said.

I watched her back leave as she walked away.

—232 days until the battle with the humans.


Rashka’s level has risen.

67 => 76


27 comments / Add your comment below

  1. Pale blind in the end huh….sigh.
    Finally war between goblin and human going to start but human got the 1st move over them as they invaded the forest in earlier chapters.

  2. Hah! Taste defeat! All of you, even Pale (though I do feel a slight tinge of pity; very slight, almost miniscule)

  3. I wish for more side story, especially our sword maniac who wander into human’s land, there are so much he could experience.

    Thanks for the chapter~!

    1. are you reading? Pale is important because she’s a good strategist ,the king want everyone Warriors he can get

      Selena ,she’s Pale and Shumea friend ,for me is enough reason to keep safe her also i think she’s most that a mere Elf

      1. Selana being Shumea friend doest not really make her important as Shumea is not “REALLY” that importnant to the king. Shumea is now where near Reshia level to the king.

        1. It’s not that important but they are all connected, so if he wants Shumea to cooperate with him with his schemes/battles against the humans, he wouldn’t want to mess with Selena unless he have valid reasons to do so.

      2. Note that even if the goblin king is a cruel one that only treat others as tools, he still need to keep Selena around if he wants to get Pale and Shumea to cooperate without backstabbing him. If he had just truly rule with fear, many of the battles would have lasted lot longer and exhaust themselves before the war with the humans start. The demi-humans and elves are prideful creatures, so they wouldn’t surrender until the very end (if they do surrender instead of fighting to the death), where every party would have large casualties.

        Guess what I’m trying to say is, the goblin king is a smart one. He thinks about the effects/consequences of all his actions.

        As what the other guy said, yeah Pale is a good strategist. Shumea is kept around because she’s human and would be able to do things that goblins can’t do, for example can go back and forth between them and the humans to obtain information.

  4. She’ll probably get magic eyes later, or learn how to use the wind to “know” her surroundings. Some cool chuni kind of thing. Looking forward to it.

  5. I feel like the Mc lost his vigour and is a straight up cowered, he used to say he would conquer everything and now he is like “clear the elf have no need of king” BS but still hope he fufills everyones whish of world domination

      1. That is quite right, you can’t rule a world with only a few hundred goblins, no matter their strength. It’s better to have many allies and infiltrate all levels of command, therefore effectively controlling the entire thing, although this and that are two different ways of control, what I said is just an example

      2. I didn’t say he doesn’t need allies but simply, the mc that we know who refuses to bow down to gods, he simply lost (face) to a cheeky elf and just left it like that and that elf wouldn’t even be killed but instead placed in jail, I thought the Mc can do whatever he wants. But yes, I know if he starts to fight the elves he is simply going to regret it since humans are attacking and then elves would join in (one sided massacre).

        1. he a king of goblins not king of the elves he can’t execute any elf and Shure won’t happy with that

          1. It doesn’t matter if he’s king of goblins, elves, dragons, demi-humans or humans didn’t he say he’d rule all of them quote “I will rule over everything. The forest, the humans, even the beastmen and even the elves! I will rule all of the land even until the very ends of the world! Beyond the ocean and even the heavens in which the birds fly! I shall rule over even the subterranean world where the giants sleep!”.Plus, so what if King kills the elf, so what he purposley destroyed the strategist eyes and the elf chiefs don’t give a damn and as for Shure, he is a hypocrite elf can kill goblin and yet goblin can’t kill elf.(e.g. when shure was given command of group).

            by an extremely evil overlord

            Thanks for the chapter

    1. Part of it is he does not want a long drawn out battle and would rather have willing allies against the humans (Shure, Demihumans), than a possible rebellion at a crucial moment if he tried to be a tyrant and claim “King of the elves!”

      That and he has a weight that has been pressing down on him since before he even encountered the Demi-humans. He has the war with the humans which has a countdown, but by no means a hard countdown. He knows at any time they might decide to attack before the countdown finishes and he needs to be readily prepared.

      And the alliance with the demihumans would be almost ensured to crumble if he had tried to enslave the elves.

      Which would mean the allies he worked so hard to obtain, would become hostile. Mabye not openly, but while he is busy with the humans, they likely would be a constant thorn in his side, cutting off supplies, refusing to assist, or even actively attacking the flanks while the goblins engaged with the humans.

      And one can be “King of the world” through alliances. Simple example many could relate to nowadays is the total war games. Where victory conditions have “rule [the map] through direct conquest, alliances, vassals or subjugation” Subjugation being forcing others to accept you as their liege, but they control their lands. But unlike vassals (Noble goblins in this case) they did not willingly accept.

      The Orcs were subjugated. Their leader Bui effectively has full autonomy but with the idea they’d answer the call if required of them. (Like they did when the humans attacked) though of course if the orcs got the chance, the story has already stated that Bui is hoping for an opportunity to break away, but doesn’t know where they’d go. Thus they remain as a buffer to the humans, without fear of being used as food for the goblins because they still accept the Goblin king as their Ruler. AND knowing if a human attack did happen, the Goblin King would help them and they could retreat to his Kingdom for shelter.

  6. Thanks for the chapter~
    Poor pale…
    I feel as if this ending was quite anti-climactic… but that’s likely just me, huh.

  7. What’s wrong with this author? He is skipping all the interesting meetings and, every fight is anticlimactic and undetailed… AND PUCKING EVERY INTERESTING MEETING IS SKIPPED IS THIS AUTHOR RETARDAYED?! WTF!

  8. Pale created necessary deaths on both sides, and now her eyes are gone and useless, now he can’t even use her properly. Should’ve just let her die from her own bad dumb ass decisions. The goblins and the elves that died, added in the fact that she almost killed the king. These are all good reasons to tortewre her till her death for her mistake, she sees slaves demihumans and what does she do? She succs on the old chiefs diccs riding them till they betray her wtf? She did not ask why shure betrayed them, how hypocritical of her to call the goblins savages when she sees the savage side of the elves and ignore them completely like a dumbass, the author was pushing this too hard. The demihumans would rather betray the old chiefs, the sinfall trap worked because of the demihumans betrayal, this significantly reduces their forces. Instead she rides the old chief’s coc regardless and commands the troops creating more unnecessary deaths. Selena is not that important that the main character should just ignore pale’s mistakes. She should be tortewred for her sins in prolonging the unnecessary battle especially now that the humans are attacking, this really takes me out from the story. The king helps selena for no reason, he ignores the fact that any of his commanders could’ve died in the fighting, including himself which almost happened because of pale and selena. There is no punishment for pale at all… her broken eyes are not his punishment.

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