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GOBLINOIDS: The Ugly Little Folk
Search Terms (Done):Gollum, Bugbear, Goblin, Half-Orcs, Hobgoblins(likely will move), Redcaps, Kobolds
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GOLLUM - no beard, thinnish, barefoot, spindly, loin-cloth only, with very large eyes
Relocated to Tolkien's Creations; Gollum is a singular individual, once Hobbit-kin (according to Gandalf, probably a Stoor).
GOBLINS - Splindly-limbed, usually clothed, with normal-sized eyes
Note: "Goblins" going by the modern AD&D redefinition as reptilian humanoids are classified near the lizardmen in the [Half-Humans]]; we also distinguish Goblins from Orcs here using size; Orcs and half-human Orcs are to be found in Humanoids.
w. Axes, Halberds, or Picks
See also Glaves in Polearms below.
w. Bows or Firearms (incl. Crossbows)
w. Maces, Clubs, or Morningstars
w. Chain Weapons
w. Spears, Pikes, or other Polearm
w. Swords or Daggers
HOBGOBLINS - like goblins, only larger (but not as large as Orcs)
HALF-ORCS - Sturdy pint-sized orcs
See the Half-Orcs gallery.
BUGBEARS - large, ugly-faced hairy goblins
Modern resizing will relocate these to be with Orcs.
KOBOLDS (anthropomorphic dogs)
See also Lovecraftian Ghouls