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Humans (只人 (ヒューム) , Hyūmu) are the most common non-monster race seen in Goblin Slayer.

Overview

Humans are the most populous race in the setting of Goblin Slayer. A human is considered an adult when they turn fifteen, as shown with Priestess[1] and Hero[2] when they both had to leave their respective temples. Humans lack the ability to see in the dark,[3] but excel in throwing compared to other races.[4][5]

Notable Humans

Humans
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Goblin Slayer Priestess Guild Girl Cow Girl Spearman
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Witch Heavy Warrior Female Knight Apprentice Cleric Rookie Warrior
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Hero box
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Smith box
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Sword Maiden Hero Noble Fencer Smith Goblin Slayer's Sister
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Cow Girl's Uncle Senior Receptionist Apprentice Boy Warrior Wizard
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Fighter Unnamed boy Arc Mage The King Wizard Boy
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Martial Artist Female Warrior Female Wizard Sword Master Sage
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ThePrincess box
Young Warrior Lord Inspector Scout Boy The Princess
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Knight of Diamonds


References

  1. Goblin Slayer Light Novel - Volume 1, Chapter 1: The Fate of Some Adventurers
  2. Goblin Slayer Light Novel - Volume 1, Interlude: The Hero
  3. Goblin Slayer Light Novel - Volume 1, Chapter 7: Goblin Slayer
  4. Goblin Slayer Light Novel - Volume 6, Chapter 4: The Men with No Names
  5. Goblin Slayer Light Novel - Volume 7, Chapter 2: Beard-Cutter Goes to the Southern River
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