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 Written below are those whose names were written on their tombstones.

The Wand of Destruction Belan

He put up a fight against the noble class goblin, Gi Gi, and his beast tamers, but died when the mad dog, Gi Zu, joined the fray. He sacrificed himself in his last moments to allow the humans to escape. Age: 37.

Lightning-Fast Knight

Challenged the goblin king and lost due to being ill-matched. Although he managed to keep his life after his battle with the goblin king, he was severely weakened after, losing even one of his arms. He lost his life to his own slave, Selena, after she went on a rampage.

Nameless Adventurer

One of the adventurers hired by Gulland. Though his name and struggles are unknown, it was confirmed that he died during the pursuit of the goblins.

Gowen's Platoon Leaders

Four entered the forest, only two left alive.

Corseo

Gowen's subordinate and commander of his cavalry. He sacrificed himself in an attempt to kill the goblin king. He is one of Gowen's most trusted subordinates.

Gi Da

Though fatally wounded by Gulland, he was able to safely lead his horde to the king. He died in the king's arms.

Gi De

Sacrificed himself to allow his subordinates to escape. Died under the Wand of Destruction, Bellan's, hands.

Gi Zo

Died under Gulland's Frenzied Sword skill.

Others:

Over 250 human soldiers died.

Over 40 beastmen and deminhumans died under Gene's hands.

20 orcs, 50 goblins, and 10 kobolds had their names engraved on a tombstone.

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