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Episode titles: We have Vintage: Opening Theme: "Rightfully" by Mili. Goblin Slayer Oct 14, Director : Takaharu Ozaki. Script : Hideyuki Kurata 7 episodes eps 1, , , Original Character Design : Noboru Kannatsuki. Character Design : Takashi Nagayoshi. Chief Animation Director : Takashi Nagayoshi. Animation producer : Tsunaki Yoshikawa. Art Supervision : Mi Kyoung Kim ep 4. Casting Management : Ippei Tomari. Copyright Manager : Hiroko Yoshioka. Modeling Assistant : Takaharu Ozaki ep Original Work Assistant : Kimiaki Sato.

Post-Production Director : Takatoshi Hamano.

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Recording Adjustment : Nobuhiro Negishi. Special Effect Supervisor : Kumiko Taniguchi. Yui Ogura as Priestess. Yuichiro Umehara as Goblin Slayer. Aya Endo as Sword Maiden. Maaya Uchida as Guild Girl.

Tomokazu Sugita as Lizard Priest. Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Spearman. Yuka Iguchi as Cow Girl. Daisuke Ogura as Goblin. Haruka Tomatsu as Sword Master Female hero companion; ep 6. Kaito Takeda as Goblin ep 1. Kazuhiko Inoue as Goblin Lord.

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Kotori Koiwai as Wizard ep 1. Masashi Yamane as Hobgoblin. Naoya Nakanishi as Goblin Shaman. Riki Kagami as Ogre. Shinya Takahashi as Beholder ep 8. Shizuka Ishigami as Fighter ep 1. Takaaki Torashima as Goblin. Yasuaki Takumi as Warrior ep 1. Background Art : Dr.

CG Modeling : T2 Studio eps Music Production : Artist Management Office. Photography : T2 Studio eps Sony Pictures Entertainment. Translation : Michelle Tymon Crunchyroll. Brad Hawkins as Goblin Slayer. Hayden Daviau as Priestess.

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Amanda Gish as Witch. Barry Yandell as Dwarf Shaman. Brittany Lauda as Cow Girl. Jessica Peterson as Female Narrator. Josh Bangle as Lizardman Priest. A lost book at the library reveals that Goblins love Void Mayonnaise , so after giving him a gift of Void Mayonnaise he'll move aside allowing the player to pass and enter the Witch's Hut. The questline to access the Witch's hut involves two quests, which become available after completing all of the Community Center or Joja Warehouse tasks.

Jump to: navigation , search. Category : NPCs. Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in. Namespaces Page Discussion. Gandalf talks of true courage. Film: Gandalf finds a short bladed weapon while searching the troll's cave. He gives it to Bilbo, but the hobbit is reluctant to accept it. Gandalf then tells him, "True courage is not about knowing when to take a life Book: Bilbo himself finds and takes the weapon, a knife in a leather sheath.

Pro: Bilbo's reluctance to take a weapon, along with Gandalf's words about the value of mercy, provide Bilbo with the motivation for sparing Gollum's life later. Con: Bilbo's peaceful hobbit nature is motivation enough, and Gandalf's words were too reminscient of what he said to Frodo in Moria in The Fellowship of the Ring. Hobbit film still of Radagast playing with a hedgehog at his home, Rhosgobel.

Film: Radagast the Brown appears in scenes taking place at Rhosgobel, his home at the edge of Mirkwood. Con: Such scenes would require the screenwriters to invent actions and dialogue that were not described in Tolkien's writings. Film: When Radagast tells his story about the Necromancer, it is the first time that Gandalf has learned of this enemy. Book: Gandalf has previously been in the Necromancer's dungeons. It was there that he found Thorin's father, Thain, who gave the wizard the map and key to Erebor. Pro: Presenting the Necromancer as a new threat gives the story more urgency.

Con: Gandalf's mission for the past two thousand years has been to look for signs of Sauron's reappearance. Eliminating Gandalf's history of his investigations in the Necromancer diminishes his character. Radagast tending to Sebastian the hedgehog. Film: Radagast cares for an ill hedgehog home he calls "Sebastian".

Book: There is no such creature in the book. Pro: This dramatizes Radagast's concern for animals and is the initial incident leading to his discovery of the darkness emanating from Dol Guldur. Con: "Sebastian" is not a name that is appropriate for Tolkien's Middle-earth. Tolkien later expressed regret giving the trolls such contempoary names as Bert, Bill and Tom. Slender Man. Film: Radagast's investingation into the darkness overtaking Mirkwood leads him to Dol Guldor, where the brown wizard encounters the Necromancer, whom The Hollywood Reporter says looks not unlike the video sensation Slender Man.

Radagast is chased away by orcs and wargs. In The Lord of the Rings , the identity of the Necromancer is revealed to be Sauron, who, according to Tolkien's descriptions and illustrations, took the from of a giant man with burnt, black skin. Con: Inventing new scenes with Radagast requires the screenwriters to invent dialog and action that does not appear in Tolkien's works. Films: During a rest stop, Balin tells Bilbo about how Thorin and his fellow dwarves attempted to reclaim Moria after Smaug had driven them from Erebor. Azog wants his revenge and so he appears as a dominent and recurring adversary later in the film.

His pursuit of Thorin and company leads to the film's action-heavy climax. Books: Azog died in the Battle of Azanulbizar. Azog's son, Bolg, does appear in The Hobbit to get revenge, but appears only at the Battle of Five Armies at the story's conclusion. It also transforms a children's story into an unnecessarily violent action film.

Toy figure of Finbul the warg rider. He commands a horde of warg riders who trace their victims in the saddle of their gigantic wolf beasts. Con: These are unnecessary details that Tolkien did not create. Hobbit set photo of the dwarves brandishing their various and sundry weaponry. Pro: Different weapons help distinguish the dwarves from one another and serve as props to dramatize their reactions.

Con: These new details are an unnecessary departure from Tolkien. Film: When Thorin and Company arrive in Rivendell, they are encircled by elves on horseback who are returning after slaying most of the orc party that has been pursuing Thorin. Book: As they enter the valley of Rivendell, Thorin and Company are welcomed by laughing and singing elves. Pro: This is a more dramatic entrance to Rivendell and illustrates the mutual distrust between dwarves and elves.

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Elrond examining Gandalf's sword during a meal in Rivendell. Film: When sitting down to a meal of healthy greens in Rivendell, one of the dwarves says, disgustedly, "Do you have any chips? Book: There is no such line in the books. Pro: This line adds welcome humor to the scene in which Elrond is examining the swords retrieved from the trolls.

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Con: It's a distractingly cringy line that pulls us out of the story. Galadriel and Gandalf in Rivendell. Film: Galadriel, once again played by Cate Blanchett, appears in scenes taking place at Rivendell. Book: Galadriel does not appear in The Hobbit. Con: Such scenes require the screenplay writers to invent details and dialogue that Tolkien himself did not write. Saruman in Rivendell. Film: Saruman, once again played by Christopher Lee, appears in scenes taking place at Rivendell.

Book: Saruman does not appear in The Hobbit. Although Tolkien never explicitly mentions in other other works that Saruman ever journeyed to Rivendell, it is not reasonable to assume that she occasionally did so as a member of the White Council see below. Film still of The White Council.

Saruman believes that Gandalf's concerns are unfounded. The Lord of the Rings appendices do describe The White Council meeting several times, and although Tolkien did not specify that they met to deliberate during the events of The Hobbit , they did gather during that time to launch an assault on Dol Guldur. Members of the White Council included Elrond, Galadriel, Gandalf, Saruman and Cirdan the Shipwright; however, Tolkien suggests that there were additional members as well. Con: Scenes involving The White Council would require the screenplay writers to invent details and dialogue that Tolkien himself did not write.

Gandalf later follows them and arrives when they are captured by the Goblin King. Book: The entire Company was reluctant to leave Rivendell even after staying there for fourteen days, and they rode off amid songs of farewell and good speed. Gandalf departed with them, but he disappears shortly after the Company is captured by the goblins, only to reappear when they are brought before the Goblin King.