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Lost Mine of Goblins!


Join the Glorious Goblin Revolution!

For too long the bigger races have looked down upon the common goblin with contempt and hatred. Goblins have been attacked by adventurers, bullied by bugbears and enslaved by...something that begins with "E"! No longer, my goblin brethren! The time for our uprising has come, and the hunt for the Biggest Crown is on! All hail the goblin king! All hail the glorious goblin revolution!

Welcome to Lost Mine of Goblins! This is a slighly parodic take on the "Lost Mine of Phandelver" campaign that includes a pretty big twist: you are not playing your average adventurer but instead a group of goblins from the Cragmaw tribe, out to claim the Lost Mine and its treasures for themselves and kickstart the glorious revolution!
You will need a version of "Lost Mine of Phandelver" to play this campaign.

This document includes much new content: there are new rules for playing as goblin characters (of the forest goblin or cave goblin types) 7 new NPCs for your goblins to befriend (or, much more likely, face in battle), character rules for several of the NPCs from the original Lost Mine (Halia Thornton, Reidoth the Druid, Sister Garaele and Daran Edermath, the retired adventurer) and a lot of new information what life in and around Phandalin is like when you are a goblin. The campaign also gives you knowledge of what it means to be a goblin, tires to explain the hilarious chaos that is the goblin mindset, gives RP tips how to portray them effectively and finally helps out those DMs crazy enough to take up the challange of a full-goblin group. Murder and mayhem await!
Last but not least we have included a few suggestions for group battles, when your goblin player characters are leading others of their kind against the enemy and have added several playtest notes to notify DMs of how this campaign worked when we ran it at our table...and what kind of madness can ensue when goblins are in the center of attention!

We would love to hear your thoughts on the campaign. Please do not hesitate to reach out and let us know!

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January 26th, 2019
Very funny. Have you considered giving this a sequel by adapting Storm King's Thunder too? BR, Giulio [...]
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