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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
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
Known as a beast warrior, a goblin with the ability to tame beasts.
He evolved while hunting spear deer with the protagonist.
He prefers to use the axe. His goblin class is rare.
[Goblin] Gi Go
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
The druid goblin rare that recently joined them.
[Goblin] Gi Ji
A goblin rare. He evolved in chapter 37 after hunting with Gi Ga. He has the <> skill which makes him great for scouting.
[Goblin] Gi Do
Druid. Uses wind magic.
[Goblin] Gi Jii
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. From Gi Ga’s faction. Notable skills are <> and <>.
[Goblin] Gi Zu.
Goblin Rare. The goblin favored by the Mad God (Zu Oru). Has the <> skill.
[Goblin] Gi Zo
Druid. Water magician.
[Goblin] Gi De
Leader of Paradua, one of the four goblin tribes and are known for their use of rider-beasts, which are essentially giant tigers.
Leader of Gaidga, one of the four goblin tribes and are known for their valor and brutish strength.
Receiver of the title, The First Archer. He is the second in command in Ganra, one of the four tribes known for their rare ability amongst goblins to use bows.
The Princess of Ganra. She is the only female goblin rare introduced so far.
From Gordob tribe. He is the father of their priestess.
Reshia Fel Zeal (17 years-old)
The priestess known as the saint. As the Healing Goddess’ follower, she lives to spread the word and teach righteousness. She has the divine protection of the goddess, and can heal others.
Lili (21 years-old)
She studied the famous sword style, Zweil Style, in the capital. She has sworn fealty to Reshia. And while she may have lost to the protagonist in one hit, she has proven herself strong enough to easily defeat three normal goblins.
Mattis (26 years-old)
The second son of a farmer. He’s largely responsible for drying the meat to preserve them.
Chinos (24 years-old)
The third son of a farmer. He plows the fields and is close to Mattis.
Keifel (28 years-old)
An adventurer who took on a request to escort Reshia through the Forest of Darkness. He’s strong enough that he could easily wield a steel great sword, but the protagonist still managed to kill him.
Zeon (32 years-old)
A follower of Ativ. He specializes in fire magic. In his battle against the protagonist, he used his fire magic, but still lost. In the end, he tried to blow himself up along with the protagonist, but the protagonist’s words agitated him, causing him to lose the opportunity.
Tinra (23 years-old)
A villager. She is one of the women used by the goblins as a breeding machine that the protagonist killed.
Ashtal Do Germion (59 years-old)
The king that rules the western region of the continent in which the Forest of Darkness and the connecting borders are included. He is a powerful ruler with seven holy knights under him. He has recently ordered three of those holy knights to search for the saint.
Gowen Ranid (45 years-old)
The feudal lord that rules over the region next to the Forest of Darkness. As one of the country’s strongest powers, he is renowned as the Iron-Armed Knight. He is currently leading his soldiers in a quest to find the saint.
Gulland Rifenin (31 years-old)
A former adventurer. As one of the country’s strongest powers, he is renowned as the Storm Knight. He’d been stationed in the northern mountains, but the king called him back to send him off in a quest for the saint.
Gene Marlon (24 years-old)
As one of the country’s strongest powers, he is renowned as Lightning-Fast Knight. He was previously stationed at the south, but the king called him back to send him on a quest to search for the saint. Killing is his favorite past-time. Whether it’s a man, a demihuman or a monster, they’re all just pieces of meat to be cut down before him.
Herculean Wyatt (40 years-old)
A member of the Blood Oath of the Flying Swallow. He specializes in handling great shields. He has a gentle personality, but beware for his anger isn’t one to be taken lightly.
Mage Killer Mill (19 years-old)
A member of the Blood Oath of the Flying Swallow. She is an assassin that favors the use of talons. Renowned as the mage killer, she is a mage’s worst nightmare.
Wand of Destruction Bellan (37 years-old)
A member of the Blood Oath of the Flying Swallow. He wields a fire staff. As a former knight, he cares a great deal about honor.
Hawk-Eyed Fick (31 years-old)
An adventurer with two names. He has exceptional perception and skill. He is currently searching through the Forest of Darkness under Gulland’s lead.
The White Hand of Life (Previously translated as divine hands) (Age Unknown)
A priest robed in white. She specializes in healing and support. Her age, name, and origin are all unknown.
Vitz (25 years-old)
A talkative sword-wielding adventurer. He’s actual strength isn’t bad, but he’s still far from being deserving of a second name.
Yugil (26 years-old)
An adventurer and an unwilling shield bearer. He might appear old, but he is actually still young.
Yoshu (26 years-old)
The younger brother of the slaves Gene purchased. The collar of obedience around his neck keeps him from going against Gene’s orders. Healers are rare, so he’s been made into a shield bearer.
Shumea (28 years-old)
The older sister of the slaves Gene purchased. The collar of obedience around her neck keeps her from going against Gene’s orders. Contrast to her brother who bears a shield, she uses a spear.
Household of the Gods
The Goddess of the Underworld and the Goddess of Valor. As the goddess the snakes serve, she has given her blessing to the protagonist. She is a dangerous woman with her deep jealousy and fierce temperament.
The Goddess of Healing. She has given her blessing to Reshia. She has also warned the protagonist to protect her. The goddess might hate her, but she doesn’t feel the same way toward The goddess.
Pitch Black (Verid)
A one-eyed red-eyed snake that belongs to the Goddess of the Underworld.
Known to the goblins as the Lord of Decay. He is one of the snakes that fought the world with the Goddess of the Underworld.
The elven woman Gene purchased. She became a slave after running away from her tribe.
A high kobold. She is one of the protagonist’s pets.
The protagonist managed to tame her by giving her orc corps and other meat as bait.
She is a fortuitous kobold who somehow managed to become the leader of her pack.
As the pup of the gray wolves, she has been given the elven name that means lady of the lake. Reshia, Lili, and other children and women are quite taken by her lovely fur.
As the pup of the gray wolves, he has been given the name of a wise human monarch that means sovereign of the wind’s howls. His uninhibited personality leads him to battle Hasu for ranks on a daily basis.
A timid orc. Gol Gol had taken a liking for him despite his small body. After Gol Gol died, he led the orcs to the west, but the protagonist managed to capture them.
The orc king that attacked the village. He is a berserker who can use skills. He was defeated by the protagonist.
Volume 2: Intermission – One Thousand Li to the North, a Meeting at Dawn. (2/2)
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Name, Gi Go Amatsuki
Class, Duke; Wandering Swordsman
Possessed Skills, Sword Mastery A-; Purple Flash; Forsake; Sense; Discern; A Master Swordsman’s Proof; Silent Nature; Veteran
Divine Protection, Sword God
Subordinate Beasts, None
Abnormal Status, Sworn to Spare; Sworn God’s Control
As they walked further up north, the temperature gradually grew lower and the mountains of the snow god became bigger. Because the winds blew down from the mountains, the cold they felt was colder than the actual temperature of the area. This sort of wind was popularly known as the breath of Yggrasil (snow god). It was because of it that this land remained cool even in the heat of summer, making it a treasure trove of produce that could only grow in the cold.
The traveling pair of goblin and human looked at the large fields as they passed them by. These fields were so big that Yoshu himself couldn’t help but grow wide eyed. In fact, the fields were so big they were a lot closer to a city than a simple town.
The bigger the village, the more people there were and the more shops there were. A bigger town was usually preferable as far travelers were concerned, but when Yoshu thought of Gi Go, he thought a small town would be better instead.
While Yoshu was worrying about that, Gi Go was particularly taken by the white thing coming out of his mouth.
“What’s the matter?” Yoshu asked.
“Something white is coming out of my mouth,” Gi Go said.
Yoshu couldn’t understand what Gi Go was talking about, so the goblin exhaled deeply to show him what he meant.
“What’s happening to my body?” Gi Go asked anxiously.
“That’s pretty normal though,” Yoshu said, then he took a deep breath and exhaled as well, drawing a white puff of breath in the space before his mouth.
“But this has never happened before,” Gi Go said.
When Gi Go said that, Yoshu finally understood.
“Ahh, could it be this is your first time visiting a cold place?” Yoshu asked.
“Cold? Ahh, it’s indeed colder here,” Gi Go said.
Yoshu wryly smiled and patted him on the shoulder. “Don’t worry about it. It’s normal for that white thing to come out in cold places.”
Since this was Gi Go’s first time, he’s probably never seen snow either. Yoshu secretly anticipated how Gi Go would react once he saw it.
“Hmm…” As for Gi Go, since the only thing that changed was the color of his breath, he stopped bothering himself about it and followed after Yoshu.
When it was almost time for them to make camp, Yoshu spotted a village. It was a little big, but it wasn’t the sort of village soldiers would station themselves in.
It was a wealthy village.
“Luck seems to be on our side today. We might able to stay here,” Yoshu said.
“Hmm…” Gi Go agreed without paying much attention as his eyes darted to and fro his surroundings.
When Yoshu started to leave him behind, he followed after him.
After negotiating for a while, Gi Go and Yoshu were able to successfully stay at the village chief’s place. The negotiations went as usual. Yoshu did the talking, while Gi Go quietly waited with his features covered by a long robe.
“I don’t think I can ever get used to human houses,” Gi Go said.
After entering the chief’s stable, Gi Go took off his robe and laid himself over the straw bed. He ignored the frightened horses as he slept with his sword in hand.
Goblins might be able to move freely be it day or night, but it was still important that he remained alert at all times. And though his body was a lot tougher than Yoshu’s, making him significantly less tired despite having to walk an entire day without rest, Gi Go still felt some fatigue.
When it came to fatigue, there was no better treatment than sleep.
Gi Go closed his eyes, eager to greet slumber land, but for some reason its doors refused to open.
He was tired, so he definitely needed to sleep, but then he thought back to that thing that caught his attention before entering the village.
There were several beings around the village. The feeling he sensed from those beings was much like the greed he felt from orcs when they hunted their prey. But this was a human village. Could it be that even a place like this wasn’t free of such things?
Gi Go tried to shake the thought away.
But no matter how hard he tried, sleep wouldn’t come.
It wasn’t easy for a goblin to ignore threat when he knows he’s being threatened. For a goblin to ignore a threat was to go against instinct itself.
If one is being targeted, then one should run.
If the enemy is weaker, then that enemy should be defeated.
There was no such thing as ‘waiting’.
And so, Gi Go stood up and walked out into the black of the night god covered in the darkness of the goddess of darkness.
“Where are you going?” A voice called out to him from behind.
When he turned around, it was Yoshu.
“You were awake?” Gi Go asked.
“I don’t fall asleep easily,” Yoshu explained with a wry smile, though he already had a shield on his back and a sword in hand.
“Good then. There’s an enemy. Come with me for a bit,” Gi Go said.
“Good grief,” Yoshu complained. He still followed Gi Go, however.
When they got out, what greeted them was a group of bandits and neighing horses.
“This is what you’d call a bandit group,” Yoshu explained.
Yoshu couldn’t help but smile faintly when he realized there were about 50 of them all in all.
“That’s a lot,” Gi Go said.
“Yeah, but bandits aren’t really about numbers,” Yoshu said.
As Yoshu took out his shield, he drew his sword.
“I don’t sense anyone strong, but with this many, it shouldn’t be too boring,” Gi Go said.
Goblins were friends of the dark. Gi Go could see perfectly clear even without the torches that illuminated the area. As for Yoshu, he found the torches convenient for sizing up the enemy.
“Amateurs,” Yoshu said with a cruel smile as he hid under the shadow of a building and searched his shield for a dagger.
When the bandits began to ride over the fences, he threw it at them.
The dagger smoothly cut through the air as it penetrated a man’s throat. In the blink of an eye, without even leaving an opportunity to cry in death, one bandit fell from his horse.
Yoshu threw a few more daggers.
The bandits did not fail to notice the oddity of the situation, and they looked for the person responsible for the death of their comrades. When they pinpointed Yoshu’s location, they charged straight at him.
“You’re asking to die!” A bandit yelled as he and his men rode for Yoshu.
Yoshu, however, didn’t seem to mind as he threw three more daggers to claim three more lives, but it wasn’t enough to stop the bandits’ charge.
Yoshu ran into the stable to avoid the bandits from chasing him with their horses.
As a result, the bandits surrounded the stable.
“You bastards dare have a hard time with this rat!?” The biggest of the bandits spat. He said that in the same moment Yoshu shrugged his shoulders.
“These flames I offer to you! (Burning Sword)” Yoshu chanted.
Flames wrapped around the sword in his hands, making it look like it was struck by lightning as the fire ran through it. The sword in his hands was now sharper and stronger than ever.
“Careful now,” Yoshu said.
As the battle commenced within the stable, Yoshu was able to dodge the attacks by a hair’s breadth. Unfortunately, there were too many bandits, making it harder and harder for him dodge.
—This is bad!
When Yoshu couldn’t dodge any longer, he braced himself for pain.
But the pain never came, and instead, a curved sword was brandished before him, stopping the blade of the enemy.
“Mr. Gi Go! What about the bandits on your side?” Yoshu asked with both relief and anticipation.
“They’ve been dealt with,” Gi Go replied.
The plan was for Gi Go to take care of the bandits that tried to run away from the entrance, but it seems he had managed to finish his part sooner. The robe Gi Go wore had already been cut up because of the battle.
Without the robe’s hood concealing his face, the bandits could clearly see his face.
“M-Monster!” They cried.
Unfortunately, their fear only made them easy pickings for Yoshu and Gi Go, who mercilessly struck them down one after another. Whenever Gi Go swung his sword, the bandits would lose their arms and fall over, while Yoshu’s sword was so sharp it could penetrate even their armor.
“S-Save us!” The bandits cried as they ran.
When dawn came, most of them had either been killed or captured.
Yoshu and Gi Go handed them to the village people.
The villagers screamed when they saw Gi Go, but Yoshu calmed them down by explaining that he was an honest monster swordsman.
The villagers were deeply grateful to Yoshu and Gi Go, so they paid them some money. They even gave them some fur coats and winter shoes to stave off the cold when they found out they were headed to the snow god’s mountains. They also gave them some preserved food and fire spirit stones that could light a fire even without any branches.
Yoshu and Gi Go thanked the villagers, then they headed further up to the north.
Gi Go could not get used to the sensation he felt from his feet. From the moment he was born until adulthood, he has never worn a pair of shoes. To make things worse, the snow-covered land would cave ever step he took.
“Tsk… It’s hard to move here,” Gi Go said.
He tried swinging his curved sword, but it was difficult to control his weight in these snow-covered lands. The more strength he put in his feet, the further his feet sunk into the snow.
Gi Go’s dislike for shoes only grew worse under this situation. Not only was he unable to keep a firm posture, his feet were even caged in a small object. That being said, he couldn’t just remove them either. After all, even goblins were susceptible to frostbite.
“Nuu…” Though puzzled, Gi Go tried swinging his sword again.
Try and try as he might, however, he could not swing his sword as he pleased. There was supposedly a savage tribe here known as Yugushiva. From what he knew, they were a worthy opponent. But no matter how worthy they were, if he couldn’t fight properly, he wouldn’t be satisfied even in death.
“Mr. Gi Go, it seems a blizzard is coming. We should rest inside this cave,” Yoshu said.
When the body of the fire god was at its peak, Yoshu happened to find a cave in the mountains. He proposed to stay there.
“That would probably be for the best,” Gi Go agreed.
Leaving his winter equipment in the black cave that contrasted the snowy land, Gi Go began immersing himself in his sword once more. He has never experienced an environment were it was so difficult to swing his sword.
He sought to find an answer within as he swung his sword ceaselessly through the air.
A white breath left his mouth and vanished.
The trees were covered in snow, and the snowy lands that would usually appear rocky and uneven appeared perfectly level because of the snow. Gradually, the sun set and the clouds were cut apart by the powerful winds.
When the sun had gone far toward the west, clouds began the fill the sky.
When lumps of white began to fall from the sky, Gi Go curiously reached out for them, only for them to vanish in his sword-scarred hands.
“So this is snow,” he muttered.
The falling snow greatly fascinated Gi Go, but the winds gradually grew stronger, and the breath of the snow god began to breathe down from above, chilling Gi Go.
“Mr. Gi Go, aren’t you going to eat” Yoshu asked.
The once gentle snow had turned into a vicious weapon as they struck Gi Go on the cheeks.
Gi Go turned his back on the blizzard and entered the cave.
The next day, the sky was blue again. A man and a goblin packed up their belongings and left their cave. The cold of the wind would brush against their skin and a white cloud would exhale from their mouths as they climbed up the mountain.
By this time, Gi Go had finally gotten used to walking in the snow.
But just when Gi Go thought they would finally reach the summit, a person appeared before them.
The person wore a mask and had silver hair that fluttered in the air. The person wore a white fur coat and carried a curved sword just as big or perhaps bigger than Gi Go’s.
That person swung his sword with a reverse grip.
The moment Gi Go saw that, he called out to Yoshu.
“From above!” He said.
Although they were on snowy lands, that person ran so quickly that it seemed like he was jumping.
The person ran with open hostility, but Gi Go welcomed him with a ferocious laugh.
“Yoshu, keep your head down!”
Gi Go stepped forward and brandished his curved sword to meet the enemy’s blade. Despite being on snowy lands, the enemy jumped easily, leaving a spray of snow as he unsheathed his sword and slashed down on him.
“Ronto, rio!” The enemy yelled in the northern language, drawing the curtains on their duel.
“NUuuOOO!” Gi Go met the enemy’s blade with his own.
Though the snow sought to shackle him, Gi Go returned the enemy’s blade.
The enemy was no slouch, however, and he used the momentum from having his blade returned to nimbly flip in the sky and easily regain his footing despite the snow.
In the unsinking snow lands was a powerful foe that fluttered like a butterfly.
A fierce smile appeared on Gi Go’s lips.
It was a smile reminiscent of his days when he was a mere starving monster.
“A worthy foe. Come, let’s fight!”
On that day, they met a yugushiva (snow demon).
Yoshu’s level has risen.
Tl Note: Yep, it just says 58. TMPG tomorrow. Next chapter the day after. Next week, we will be returning to the usual schedule.
6 responses to “Goblin Kingdom – Volume 2: The Distant Paradise – Intermission: One Thousand Li to the North, a Meeting at Dawn (2/2)”
I never see snow to in my life too gi go TT_TT
Thank for the chapterLoading…
He adapted to snow rather quickly.Loading…
Thanks for the chapter~!
Let’s the battle begin!Loading…
Huh I thought he’d have evolved to duke after fighting in the northern lands and becoming acknowledged by their swordsmen which he’d then lead back to an alliance with the King. Wonder how he became a duke so fast without killingLoading…
cave ever step he took.]] every