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the young woman cast aside the tick and grabbed at the Goblin’s head.
- Redemption for a shattered soul.
Thanks for a Goblin.
The zombie crashed into a wall of air as Ylawes brought his shield up and pushed.
- The zombies and every Goblin in a cone in front of him were sent flying backwards by his Skill.
- Ylawes was grim as he surveyed the zombies.
They’d caught an entire group of archers by surprise—was it chance or had something known that there was an opportunity to strike.
- A Goblin was still a Goblin.
Not an adventurer.
- Because they wanted to live.
They saw the other Goblins fall back in disarray and the Human rally as the monster attacked them.
- But it was not enough.
She reached up and tried to brush the tear from Headscratcher’s eyes.
- But she was too weak.
- But there were still others,
- Badarrow had seem them,
- not pausing as they left their friend behind.
Bitefly was next to fall.
- An arrow caught him in the eye and he dropped soundlessly,
- Only forty paces ahead now.
It still hadn’t seem them.
- He ran towards it,
- all Humans,
stood with their weapons draw.
- Silver-rank adventurers,
- He had to escape now.
He still had life levels,
- his life.
- A Goblin had charged him from the side!
The Goblin had no weapon and he struggle with Toren for his blade.