After twelve weeks of guilt, grief and gratuitous gluteus maximus, Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash has come to an end, so it’s time to consider all of its vices and virtues one more time and see if this show deserves to stand as the one “trapped in a video game” anime to trump them all, or if it will go down in history as little more than a curiosity.
The party realize that Mary will probably never open up to them if they don’t open up to her. Luckily, they seem to be getting a lot better at the whole goblin slaying thing, allowing them to invest in some much-needed new equipment.
Finally getting the hang of their chosen vocations, the party starts to venture deeper into the goblin stronghold… Until an inevitable disaster tears their fragile alliance apart.
Awkwardness within the party is at an all-new high thanks to Ranta peeking on the girls bathing. Luckily, the discovery of an abandoned city full of goblins offers some hope for their future in Grimgar.
Starved for cash, the party heads out on another goblin hunt. It doesn’t go well.