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Few foes are as iconic a threat to the adventurer as the goblin, yet the monster manual contains but a measly two entries. In an attempt to rectify this blatant affront to goblinkind, presented herein are thirteen additional goblin threats to menace your party of adventurers. Inside, rather than unusual and obscure goblin builds, are what more formidable goblin foes are more likely to actually look like. There are no goblin monks or paladins here, but you will find several variants of goblin beastmasters, archers, sneaks, shaman, sorcerers, and brutes capable of presenting a challenge to a wide variety of parties.

If you like what you see here, leave a review, and please feel free to check out my other work:

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John M March 28, 2018 1:49 am UTC
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Nice work and I like the variety. If you do more humanoids I'll be sure to get them. How about orcs, lizardmen or kobolds? If you're feeling creative, I'm sure not all sprites or pixies are the same, either (and I miss the brownies from 2e).

There were a few places where I wasn't sure why the weapon damage was an extra point higher, for example the wolfrider's scimitar or the ratlord's whip. Did I miss a detail?
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Christopher D March 28, 2018 1:58 am UTC
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Excellent catch on both the ratlord and the wolfrider, I must have missed it on my last proofread. I'll throw an update out shortly. The warboss' extra damage however is intentional, representing a possible bonus from a Dueling Fighting Style. (Fighter class bonus)

A fey update could be interesting, I like it. Currently working a zombie pack.
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John M April 01, 2018 1:58 am UTC
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Thanks! Zombies (and fey!) sound great.
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Steve F March 27, 2018 3:58 am UTC
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Very creative. Each one is unique, but each is distinctly goblin. Thoughtful, well-designed, and easy to read. If you've ever thought goblins are too common and predictable, think again.
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JEREMY G March 24, 2018 4:10 pm UTC
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Good stats coupled with some creative ideas on just now nasty goblins can be. The layout is excellent and easy to read. Excellent work all around.

I'm looking forward to more from Christopher Dornan.
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Drake H March 24, 2018 2:44 am UTC
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Those goblins are amazing. I would have never thought of mechanics to make those amazing goblins, and they keep the nature of still being goblins. 5/5 for the goblins made. Thank you Christopher Dornan.
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This title was added to our catalog on March 23, 2018.