a of being blown away without a fight, I threw a dagger at him in return.

My opponent flicked the flying dagger with his sword.
The dagger spun around and hit the ground behind the opponent.


 This is not good.
I'm being pushed around a lot.


 That's not right.
Did I misjudge my opponent's strength?

 According to my estimation, he should be about the same or a little stronger than me…


 What is this guy?


 Zaghi, a guard of Shudras Castle, thinks to himself as he faces the intruder in front of him.

The gatekeeper reported that there was a suspicious orc, so he was monitoring him.

After talking to his companions, they decided to catch him if he acted suspiciously and take credit for it.


 As it turned out, the orc was completely suspicious.

In the first place, it was strange when he possessed a pass even though he did not have his employer, a goblin, with him.

 Basically, the orcs and trolls who enter Shudras Castle are hired by the goblins as specialized laborers for hard labor.

 They are not very smart, but they have plenty of physical strength and brawn, which makes them very useful for transporting supplies and the like.

On the other hand, they are not suited for tasks that require the use of their brains, so they can only be used for carrying goods in the company of others in business-related work.


 For this reason, an orc who tries to enter the castle alone is too suspicious.

 In addition, the pass is a valuable item.
It would be unthinkable to entrust it to an orc.

In fact, after a short time of surveillance, he began to act suspiciously.

It was not suspicious to see him in the slave whorehouse section, but it was obviously strange that he went down to the prison section and the treasure accumulation section.


 Perhaps he has other friends and his job is to create a diversion or something.

Just to be safe, he has reported the matter to his friends and told them to increase security, but since his purpose is unknown, it is necessary to interrogate him.

Although it would be nice to catch him unscathed, it seems that he is trying to resist, so it is best to just hurt him and get his story out of him.


He catches the slash of the orc with his sword bringing the two into a fierce clash.

 The sword is pushed in.

 The other side has the upper hand in arm strength.
It is natural that there is a difference in arm strength due to their race, so this point is not a concern.

 However, the sharpness of the attack clearly exceeded that of the orcs.

 Attacks on sight using sand and props, as well as throwing attacks, were not the orc's way.


Since it seemed to be speaking normal language, it was assumed that it was an orc, but could this guy be an elf…or even a human…?

When considering this, some things become clear.
His physique is small for an orc, the way he fights, etc. 

If he is a human, how did he learn the language fluently?


 The opponent is strong.
Though he is strong, he doesn't feel like he can lose.

He swings his sword.
The opponent flies backwards to escape from the attack range.

When his sword is fully swung, the opponent steps in at once.

As the opponent rushes forward, he hits him in the shoulder with his body.


 Breath escapes from the opponent's mouth.
He is in close contact with the opponent, so he cannot use his sword.

 The fist without the sword is slammed into the opponent's face.
The opponent is blown away.

 The opponent stops after rolling on the ground a couple of times.
When he rolls, he kicks away his opponent's sword with his foot.


 He is strong.
He must be strong.
If it were only by skill, he would be higher than himself.

 But he was slow.
He is slow.

 For some reason, before entering an attack position, he turns his gaze for a moment and stops moving.

 And because he did it right before he launched his attack, it was obvious what he was going to do.


 It was as if he was moving while remembering something.

 At first I thought he was up to something, but it seemed he was unaware of it.

 The other party was also tilting his head as he got up.


For unknown reasons, the opponent seems to be in a slump.

This is a convenient, so let's catch him before he regains his strength.


 That's strange.

What does that mean?

Rothfeldt's skill should be higher than the goblin in front of me.

 It is obvious from the multiple goblin's memories.

The damage is minor because I can read their attacks to a certain extent.


 The goblin in front of me is a second-class warrior.

 You can tell by the number of thin bracelets they have on their arms.

 The 3rd class has one bracelet, the 2nd class has two, and the 1st class has three.

 They are commonly known as “grade bearers”.


 The one in front of me has two.

 In terms of human adventurers, the second class is probably lower-middle to middle class.

 Above this class, intelligence is comparatively high, and many of them behave rationally.


 The first class and above, depending on the individual, are smarter than most people and seem to be able to handle combat at a high level.

 The higher ranks are said to be able to control multiple languages and magic….

This information is not beyond the realm of rumor, but….


 I digressed a bit, but to be so far behind an opponent who could have won with Rothfeldt's skills….


 Was the cause me?


 That's all I could think of.

 ”Knowing” and “being able to do” are two different things, aren't they? I heard something about that before I died.

 It's not so different from someone who thinks they can play a game just by watching someone else play it.


 They can use it.
But they don't own it.

 I'm the one who thought I knew the world by something indirect without even going outside.

 This is why suicidal shut-ins have such narrow-mindedness.

 I was beyond sad and depressed.


 Anyway, the cause was clear.
In addition, I'm done with self-abuse.

 It's time to think about something positive.


 It is difficult to win in close combat.

I can't show my ability because of the ridiculous situation where I can't use my skills even though I'm superior in skill.

 So, I'm going to do what has become a regular practice at …….


 It's a bite.
Most people will die if their throats are cut to pieces.

 In fact, the deciding factor for those I've killed so far has been the throat.

It's difficult to get the throat after blocking his vision.
Since it was prevented earlier, he is probably on his guard.


If so, I'll take advantage of my strong body and use a throwaway technique.

If he is caught off guard by an attack that would normally be fatal, the throat is the best way to get him.

 This would work.

 I'm going to kill you, you second class goblin.
You will be my food after this.


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