Please no bully shihoru.
I wonder are they every planned season 2, but that Overlap is poor publisher, i guess it depends to Toho want more insert songs or not.
I said that about the goblins.
I never saw a single one go into a human village and attack someone.
But we go in their homes and stab them to death.
I think the humans are the bad guys here.
The one outside of the frame.
I marathoned this last night and got myself up to date. The backgrounds are really pretty. In line with >>138730783 I don't really understand why they're playing the angle that the party needs to go and hunt monsters or die. Surely they could just find work in the city.
I was also hoping they'd expand more on the idea that they've clearly woken up in Grimgar from the real world but it doesn't look like the anime will tie that up before its over, it's been touched upon so little that I'd prefer if it was just left out entirely, but I suppose it's a convenient device for starting the party off where they do.
How are the novels? Do they answer any of my questions?
One of the things the volunteer soldiers exist for, it to reduce / trim the number of these creatures.
Without them their numbers may increase to the point where they may think of attacking the humans.
Express how much you hate goblins in a picture.
Trim them down in case they think of attacking us? Like, what.
I'm over here having tea with a Goblin that I didn't try to murder.
Oh don't pull that on me I have enough on my plate.
If they had other shit going on make it apparent in the show.
You will never catch Yume alone and give her the bandit treatment.
And slaughter the pacing even further than the adaptation already has? Great idea, but it's a lot more efficient to, you know, read the source material instead rather than make gross assumptions like the goblins being natives or that the kobolds dindu nuffin.
>Surely they could just find work in the city.
They can't. They're treated as outsiders and won't be given any proper jobs. They would be slaves or similar if they didn't become volunteers. As volunteers they have some freedom at least.
>How are the novels?
Barbara will never pick you up for a one night stand that blossoms into a casual relationship.
Why even roll thief/assassin?
>Surely they could just find work in the city
Not decent ones at any rate. They're dropped in with no money, and all the trades (not just the combat related ones we see them take up) are gated by guilds all standardized out to the same price of 8 silver to enter. I've no idea what the consequence is, but I assume they're in some way beholden to the Crimson Moon after taking their money to become trainees.
I want to teach Yume CQC, if you know what I mean.
Fair enough. I can excuse that, though it would've been nice to give a brief explanation of that being the case. Think I'll look into the novels though, thanks guys.
Is there a knight class in Grimgar?
Which one are you rolling?
Shame they took out the hunter since DS1.
I enjoy being vanilla as fuck.
There is no Kishi (騎士) class, although there is Paladin (=Holy Knight 聖騎士) and Dread Knight (暗黒騎士). But the "Knight" on the novel translation, Souma's class, which at least on Altana there is no guild for, is 武士. Which is basically the armored samurai, the Japanese version of a knight.