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First Appearance

Chapter 6.47 E

Raidpear is a Hobgoblin from the Redfang Tribe. He is the Baron of the Goblinlands in the Unseen Empire.[1]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Personality[edit | edit source]

Background[edit | edit source]

In the past, when he was still nameless to Redfang Tribe, during his first caravan raid, he had searched for the most valuable loot to take and run away with. As like any other Goblins, he had to move fast because any attack would generate a fast response from [Guards], [Soldiers], or worst of all, adventurers. He had taken a sack and the treasures in it had turned out to be, pears. Because of this he was nickname, Raidpear.[2]

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Trivial[edit | edit source]

  • While Raidpear was among the Redfangs that had sided with Rags over Garen, he hadn’t been lucky enough to visit The Wandering Inn during that one night in Interlude - Pebblesnatch and Garry.[2]
  • His name was revealed in Ch 7.05 P.
  • He was used to be contented to just eat hunks of venison with nothing on them, but Pebblesnatch ruined it for him after taking one bite of her tasteful cooking.[2]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • (To Leafarmor) “Goldstone Chieftain. Was strong. Strong as Redscar. Maybe. Stronger than Spiderslicer.
  • (To Laken's iPhone Siri) “Garen Redfang. Spiderslicer. Pyrite. Goldsword. Goatbane. Blackspots…”
  • (To Redfangs) “Kill at least four! At least four, or Garen will pull out tongue!
  • (To Pebblesnatch) “Not funny. Not really. But—too many tears. Ran out a long time ago. So laughter.
  • (To Ulvama) “Build big walls. Like stone city. Big walls. And mine—here. Lots of iron. Trade with Humans.”
  • (To Pebblesnatch) “Pebblesnatch make good foods in Human-land?”
  • (To Ulvama) “Mountain City thinking. Humans get angry anyways. Not Pebblesnatch fault.”

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