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Goblin Slayer


Alternative Titles

English: Goblin Slayer
Japanese: ゴブリンスレイヤー

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 7, 2018 to Dec 30, 2018
Premiered: Fall 2018
Broadcast: Sundays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: White Fox
Source: Light novel
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 7.721 (scored by 125,387 users)
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Ranked: #10712
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #267
Members: 296,962
Favorites: 2,355

Recommendations

While Goblin Slayer is native isekai, Grimgar is isekai proper. Other than that, the battle realism of both gives these a similar vibe. 
report Recommended by dariken
Pilot episodes similar with a group of innocent people and violence. -They both have bloody violence in a fantasy setting, with Goblin slayer's being more traditional with guilds and adventurers. -They are made by the same animation studio - White Fox Would recommend both if you are looking for an entertaining violent anime. Don't watch with the intent of getting invested in the characters/story. 
report Recommended by gotmarth
I'm surprised im the first one who made this suggestion. Goblin Slayer is so much like Berserk. Just like Berserk, this is another Brutal, Dark fantasy with Blood, gore, rape, and a pretty cruel world. The leads are also very similar in the way that they are both are ruthless and motivated by revenge. They both show no mercy to their enemies and both have a very dark past. They are also not that good at socializing with others. There are more examples that i will edit once more episodes come out.  
report Recommended by SSJR2
In both, the story takes place in a heroic fantasy type world, and is centered around monsters. The two MCs are very similar: they're overpowered, have dubious morals, and their real face is never shown. They also both help people for their own benefits. Then, they have a group of girls who swoon over them, but never took interest in it. Because of that, expect some gud fan service. also woah violence 
report Recommended by MONOII
Similar genres and art style , both main characters slay monsters to earn money , but Goblin Slayer is more brutal and bloody . 
report Recommended by Vinsmoke-Sanji66
Both shows have got a simple minded male MC. Their social skills aren't the best but they have the charisma to make them the leaders of their group. Also, both shows are dark and have got a lot of gore. 
report Recommended by iwsifakismag
Similar art style , both main characters slay monsters to earn money , but Goblin Slayer is more brutal and bloody . 
report Recommended by Vinsmoke-Sanji66
Both are adventure anime with focus more on the action rather than the character development or personalities. Both are fast paced, have good character designs, and good animation. 
report Recommended by Aicchi
Both are dark fantasy anime with lots of violence, blood and gore. Both have a dark and moody feeling to them. They both have a character that hunts and kills super natural enemies. If you like one, you should the other as well.  
report Recommended by Genocyberfanboy
While these two have a different setting to them, they both have a similar vibe. Both anime are filled with action, violence, blood and gore. Both have a dark and moody feeling to them. If you like one, you should the other as well.  
report Recommended by Genocyberfanboy
Both series has a dark and medieval setting Both have an Elf and similar figures like Dwarves in it. 
report Recommended by Vivekananda
Both feature MCs that want to eliminate the monsters that have been terrorizing people. Goblin Slayer being Goblins Attack on Titan being Titans 
report Recommended by Demonic_Nemesis
both main characters slay things  
report Recommended by CrownlessHero
How is there no rec for Goblin Slayer? Besides the very infamous "Rape" scene and goblin killing present in both. Here are other similarities - An adventure, and good action to defeat the (bad guys/goblins) - Scenes where male MC fights to save or rescue a girl (Happens on many occassions, Alice, Asuna, Selka, Tiese, Ronie, Priestess, unknown elf and Cow Girl) - Medieval town setting with ranks and statuses (Knights, nobles, commoner, adventurers) - Male MC wields a distinct, powerful sword, has some "formidable skills, a finishing attack" and is strong - Male MC won't let past mistake and regret happen again, fights on and won't subject to the world  read more 
report Recommended by iamYuyaSakaki
In both anime you got a strong character who is fighting their enemies, but also with an interesting background. 
report Recommended by togarasi
Both shows have a stubborn/simple minded male MC that has a deep hatred for his enemies. They are socially awkward and don't have companions, but as the story progresses they get some. Also, both shows are very dark and got a lot of gore. 
report Recommended by iwsifakismag
Both shows show how a bad fantasy RPG campaign looks like, but for different reasons. Chaos Dragon has some bad players (Urobutcher is not alone in this one), while Goblin Slayer would have one of the worst GM imaginable who promptly goes down the list of things not to do. 
report Recommended by U1111