>tfw no one to play Goblin Slayer DnD 3e game about low level monster exterminators
>Lying to make your enemy raged before it dies
completely savaged...except that, in his mind, he is not lying.
I love how everybody uses the images others created in every thread it shows that its almost the same anons in every thread of Gs
If someone would set up a discord for a goblin slayer dnd or something like that i would be so on board
Even tho i never rp before
I kinda agree with Goblin Slayer and I support his cause. It is true that a dragon that breathes fire is scary and shit like that, but goblins cause more damage and have the potential to do more damage than bigger, scarier creatures.
All because this, now if he dies, she will go broken.
>he carries around a fuckrare magic scroll that can open a portal to anywhere
>has it set to
the bottom of the ocean
all so he can use it to kill goblins with the power of the water that comes out
the pressure alone cuts a fuckhuge ogre in half
>"Goblins are scarier than you."
I fucking love this man.
so they just talk about it and have victims pop up?
what about that steel team in ch4 (?)
at any rate it still felt like a cheap trick to get people to read it, even if the manga turned out pretty cool
It's still happening, kind of. But you usually see the aftermath instead of the act itself.
If it happens to a character the story is actively focusing on it gets shown or heavily implied, like what happened with pic related, but when it's following GS and his group it's usually something they acknowledge after they've cleared a nest when they see the corpses and/or prisoners.
Before they entered the current dungeon they're in as of the current chapter of the manga, it showed an all-female group of adventurers going in without being prepared because "lol easy enemies." One gets tied to a tree and used as target practice, at least one is raped, and I don't remember what happened to the rest but it followed a similar theme.
I have thirty webnovels in my list, I love Austist Murderer the comic, should I read autism novel edition?