The fourth episode of Goblin Slayer begins with the group quickly finishing off the goblin guards at the entrance of the fortress. Goblin Slayer begins wiping the goblin blood on his amor to mask his scent. The elf is immediately repulsed; the priestess replies that you get used to it…
Inside the fortress, the group are met with two alleyways. Although they all agree that left is where the goblins are, the go right first.
Goblin Slayer knew that at least one goblin would be in the other room. A Goblin Slayer must slay all goblins.
The group winds its way through the cavernous fortress, searching for the main hideout.
They found them! The goblins! The fight starts now.
The dwarf and priestess casts spells to put the goblins under a deep sleep, making their task so much easier.
When it seems like all of the goblins have been finished off, something unexpected happens.
An ogre appears! The leader of the goblins!
The ogre throws a fierce fireball, which our heroes can barely defend.
Unfortunately, the Goblin Slayer takes a heavy blow, and is thrown into a pillar. Collapsed, the Goblin Slayer can barely move. Thankfully, the priestess gives him a potion that restores his strength and stamina.
The Goblin Slayer asks the priestess to hand him his bag of scrolls.
The scroll is a transportation spell! And Goblin Slayer uses it to transport heavily pressured water against the ogre!
The Goblin Slayer finishes off the ogre, once toppled from the water.
Our heroes are victorious ^.^ The elf squad arrives and takes our group back home.
Along the way they talk about having more of the Goblin Slayer’s cheese.
SenpaiNEWS is the most popular and informative media and news site for Anime, Manga, and Cosplay content. Follow SenpaiNEWS for daily anime news, anime episode recaps, and opinions on anime, manga, and cosplaying! We hope you enjoy!
All credit belongs to the original anime illustrators and artists. Please feel free to contact the SenpaiNEWS team with any questions.
Source of Images: Crunchyroll.com
Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair.