At the start of the 8th episode of Goblin Slayer, we see a memory of a younger Goblin Slayer. He’s training in a cave with an elderly man. This memory is post-goblin massacre.
Goblin Slayer is alive! ^.^
Goblin Slayer and the priestess were both saved by the miracle of sharing a bed with a virgin. We find out that the Stone Maiden was attacked by goblins as a young girl. She’s still scared of them, even though she was one of the heroes who defeated the Demon Lord.
Is the priestess wearing a new, black outfit?? No ^.^ it’s her outfit under her priestess outfit.
The adventures celebrate their victory and health with a meal together.
The priestess and the Goblin Slayer strengthen their armor.
And the two share a cup of ice cream (Goblin Slayer’s first time)!
A nice, relaxing day. They earned it.
Goblin Slayer only thinks about goblins ^.^
The Witch and the Spearman show up unexpectedly. It turns out that Goblin Slayer had requested for them to bring a bag of finely grained flour.
Cow Girl still patiently waits for Goblin Slayer to return.
The adventures return underground. The fight’s not finished. There’s still goblins down there.
They encounter an eye monster – a monster that “cannot be named.” This beast fires a laser beam through its eye that disintegrates anything in its path.
The adventures attack! The Goblin Slayer throws the flour in the air. The other members fight with their specialties.
Our heroes emerge victorious. They find a mysterious mirror behind where the eye stood. What is it used for?
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