Overlord III

Overlord III

Overlord III Episode 5 - Two Leaders

The "Giant of the East" has come to attack Carne Village, but the villagers are willing to put their lives on the line to protect their home and families. While the goblin troop defends the front gates, Enri and Nphirea defends the village from behind.

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A Ruler's Melancholy

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Episode 2

Carne Village Once More

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Episode 3

Enri’s Upheaval and Hectic Days

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Giant of the East, Demon Snake of the West

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Two Leaders

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Invitation to Death

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Butterfly Entangled in a Spider’s Web

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A Handful of Hope

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War of Words

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Preparation for War

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Another Battle

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Jdogtoocool Jdogtoocool says

Overlord III and Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody are great examples of the Isekai genre in fantasy light novels. Both feature lord Momonga and Satou which were previously your average joe enjoying some good old video gaming when all of a sudden they are transported to another world which is similar to the games they ejoyed. Both MCs are down to earth, generally good dudes with great moral fiber so you'll see them making mostly positive choices and saving peeps. They get so popular that they even begin to develop harems. If you enjoy one I'm sure you'll ejoy the other.

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