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Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken T.V. Media Review Episode 3

by Yumiko

What was your name again?

The attack on the goblin village has begun, but this won’t be a bloodbath. Rimuru only seeks to fend off the direwolves with a show of force. Taking out their leader should do the job, right? Well, these wolves were given a choice. They chose to submit to Rimuru instead of fleeing. Rimuru now finds himself as the leader of goblins and wolves. Bringing them all under order was quite easy, but there’s just one problem. None of his followers have a name. Names for monsters are rare and can only be given out by a powerful entity. As such, Rimuru takes it upon himself to name everyone. It came at the cost of him overexerting himself, though those under him couldn’t be happier. They have all evolved into their next stage. Those puny goblins are showing their true size now.

A growing village is great and all, yet there’s a number of things that must be established. Buildings are a must, although they can’t be feebly built. Unfortunately, a goblins skills are limited when it comes to building. So, we’ll be needing some outside help. We’re off to meet some dwarves next time. Moreover, going forward expect Rimuru to gain many more followers. What we’ve seen so far is only just the beginning. Anyhow, it’s time to experience the next stage in evolution. Enjoy the goblinas!





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KayKay (@guest_225)
5 years ago

It is happy to see everything comes together where the goblins and wolves becomes united and started living together. (^^)/ It’s a very big contrast of the goblins when it comes to goblin slayer. However, both shows are very good shows for this season.

Yumiko (@animesolutions)
Reply to  KayKay
5 years ago

Unity in this show will be a running theme throughout the series. There’s a great deal of politics to come. Moreover, I agree both shows are excellent in their own ways. The goblins won’t be as big in this one, though.