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The first Goblin I ever met was named Kavak. He had a high, creaky voice and he smelled like old bones that have been sitting in the sun for too long. His teeth were sharpened into points on both ends of his mouth so when he smiled it looked like blood might start dripping down from them at any moment. A goblin who is friendly with humans would never do this to themselves voluntarily! The only reason they smile with their teeth like that is because they want to scare you away somehow or another–and then eat you later after all your friends are gone!–Kavak’s words were always filled with laughter even though there wasn’t anything funny happening around him at the time..
I love stories about goblins because they’re so darn interesting. Goblins like to scare you and eat your livers, but some of them also are very friendly with humans!
I don’t know about you, but I always get a little bit of chills when the ghostly apparition who only appears at night–Sudai!–suddenly steps out from behind an old tree trunk- he is wearing what looks like long black robes or maybe even more than one layer wrapped tightly around his body that reaches all the way down to his feet where it’s hard to tell just by looking how many there actually might be..
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* In a world of magic, humans are often the most powerful beings. They have an innate connection to earth and sky that dwarves them in power. One would think this proximity leads to peace between these races but it is not so simple. For every living thing there is darkness waiting for their downfall, be they human or goblin. This dark nature means goblins serve as some of the deadliest soldiers within armies across all lands where they are allowed passage into battle.*
* Ulvan-the Flame Eater – A legendary Goblin warrior who lives up to his name by eating fire cast at him during combat until he can spit out enough flames back at his enemy’s face before being burned alive himself.*
* Quarrel-tearer – A Goblin Slayer from the Slag Valley who is famous for slaying over 300 Goblins in one day.
* The Red Knight – a legendary Goblin warrior of the Legions of Flame, famed for his red armor and sword made out of molten iron.*
* Ploktar-the Defeater – A goblinish war chief with an astounding kill count that no other goblin commander has ever come close to matching. Stories say he once defeated 100 dwarves by himself before they realized what had happened when their bodies were piled on top of each other.
* Gripkeelz – One time leader of all goblins across the world until she was overthrown by her own son Gripefang II after losing six fingers to a Dark Elf hunter
The Goblin and the Devil: a story about an encounter between two very different creatures, one who is greedy and only cares about himself while the other has a desire to ask questions of his own free will.
Hobgoblin’s Day Out: this story begins with Hobgoblin being bored out of her mind in her goblin’s cottage when she discovers that there are all sorts of things going on outside for her entertainment! She sets off into town and finds hilarity ensues as she takes part in various activities like ice skating, eating at restaurants, buying clothes from shops or even just standing around watching idle human lives unfold before her eyes. The day passes quickly but it was all worth it, after all she is Hobgoblin and her goblin’s cottage will be a much more lively place because of this adventure.
The Goblin Girl: the story starts off with a small girl talking about how she wants to go play in the woods but she isn’t allowed to do so because goblins live there. Much like any other child would feel however, she doesn’t listen and goes into the woods anyways only for things to take an unpleasant turn when one particular goblin takes notice of her presence; he approaches her threateningly as if they were enemies until finally deciding that instead he wanted something else entirely from her which left our young protagonist feeling dirty afterwards and wanting nothing more than to get back home.
The Goblin and the Golden Egg: unlike the girl from before, this time we have a rather small child who goes into the woods not once but twice in order to find something he could sell for money when he finds an odd creature- one that doesn’t quite fit with what others might expect of goblins due to its size. He bargains his way towards getting some magical eggs created by this ‘giant goblin’ which ended up hatching three very different looking chicks as opposed to being all similar like most people would think; it is then revealed that each chick represented a new form of currency although as fate would have it, greed got involved and led our protagonist down a dark path ultimately leading him to the same fate that befell his sister.
The Goblin and the Lamps: this story is about a man who meets up with an unusual creature, one in which he bargains to have three wishes granted by it. One wish for himself and two others- one of them being used as a way to get back at someone from his past because although our protagonist had done something bad before meeting up once again with this goblin, he never thought anything would come of it but when he finds out too late what would happen if you don’t honor your word even after telling people not to trust him anymore? It leads into disaster just like how time ran out on him using these last two wishes leading to more pain than before due to the fact he’s now out of wishes to use.
The Goblin and the Lamps: this story is about a man who meets up with an unusual creature, one in which he bargains to have three wishes granted by it. One wish for himself and two others- one of them being used as a way to get back at someone from his past because although our protagonist had done something bad before meeting up once again with this goblin, he never thought anything would come of it but when he finds out too late what would happen if you don’t honor your word even after telling people not to trust him anymore? It leads into disaster just like how time ran out on him using these last two wishes leading to more pain than anything else. The Goblin and the Lotus: this is a story about how what you give has to mean something more than anything, especially when it comes down to an agreement with someone who isn’t human but still wants to keep their end of the bargain. It was just one word that would seal everything up- or so he thought before finding out too late what happens if things don’t go as planned? Especially when his own words have led him into believing that there wasn’t another way for them both until our protagonist finds out otherwise in time. He doesn’t want anyone to be hurt by some misunderstanding on either side of life’s spectrum which leads into new beginnings instead of endings because they finally met halfway through all