|Voice Actor||Yasuaki Takumi (Japanese)|
Tyler Carson (English)
|Light Novel||Goblin Slayer Volume 1|
Warrior was an adventurer in a porcelain-ranked party that was tasked with a goblin slaying quest.
Warrior wore a breastplate and had numerous bandages on his face. He has brown, untidy hair which he wears a headband around. He carried a longsword unfit for small caves.
Warrior was brash and arrogant, believing that he and his team would easily be able to destroy a goblin nest without any prior preparation.
During their first and final mission, Warrior expressed concern towards his ambushed teammates by fighting off some of the goblins as a means for them to escape. After Wizard was stabbed, he became consumed by bloodlust, which resulted in his undoing; this blind rage caused him to swing his sword around without considering the area at all.
Warrior was a childhood friend of Fighter, whom he grew up with. When he was young, he listened to the stories of adventurers, which led to him wanting to become one himself.
Warrior was a rookie adventurer in a party with Wizard, Priestess and Fighter. They took on a job to exterminate goblins believing it would be easy. However, upon entering the goblins' cave, they were ambushed. Warrior managed to kill several goblins but was stabbed in the leg by a goblin. As he attempted to swing his sword again, it hit the side of the cave and when it fell out of his hand, Warrior was swarmed and hacked to death by goblins.
Warrior was a rookie who seemed to have some combat training and a limited amount of experience. Specifically, he stated that his party, before Priestess joined had dealt with goblins before. Given that he attempted to use his long-sword in a confined space, it is likely that he meant goblins in an open area, as opposed to tracking them to their caves and wiping out a nest.
- Long-sword: Warrior wields a longsword as his weapon of choice. However, the sword was ultimately what led to his death, as its long blade rendered it ineffective in the confined cave he was in.