Goblin

This creature stands barely three feet tall, its scrawny, humanoid body dwarfed by its wide, ungainly head.

Description:

This creature stands barely three feet tall, its scrawny, humanoid body dwarfed by its wide, ungainly head.


Goblin    CR 1/3
XP 135
Male Goblin Warrior 1
NE Small Humanoid (goblinoid)
Init 6; Senses darkvision; Perception -1

Defense

AC 16, touch 13, flat-footed 14 (
2 armor, 1 shield, +2 Dex, +1 size)
hp 6 (1d10
1)
Fort 3, Ref 2, Will -1; 1 morale bonus vs. charm and fear

Offense

Speed 30 ft.
Melee Goblin Shield +3 (1d2
1/x2) and
Dogslicer 3 (1d41/19-20/x2)


Statistics

Str 11, Dex 15, Con 12, Int 10, Wis 9, Cha 6
Base Atk 1; CMB 0; CMD 12
Feats Improved Initiative
Skills Acrobatics +1, Climb -1, Escape Artist +1, Fly +3, Ride +9, Stealth +9, Swim +3
Languages Goblin
Other Gear Goblin Leather Armor, Goblin Shield, Dogslicer, You have no money!

Special Abilities

Darkvision (60 feet) You can see in the dark (black and white vision only).
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Bio:

Varisia Goblins have wiry muscle laced frames with over sized heads. This head is filled with piranha like teeth that can easily tear meet from a bone or crack a bone to get to the inside. Given enough supplies, a goblin generally takes nearly a dozen meals a day. Most goblin tribes don’t have enough supplies to accommodate such ravenous appetites, which is why the little menaces are so prone to going on raids.
Burning things is one of the great goblin pastimes, although they’re generally pretty careful about lighting fires in their own lairs, especially since goblins tend to live in large tangled thistle patches. But give a goblin a torch and someone else’s home and you’ve got trouble.

Goblin hatred runs deep, and few things inspire their wrath more than gnomes (who have long fought against goblins), horses (who frighten goblins tremendously), and regular dogs (whom goblins regard as pale imitations of goblin dogs)
Goblins are also quite superstitious, and treat magic with a fawning mixture of awe and fear. They have the habit of ascribing magic to the mundane as well, with fire and writing both taking on mystical power in goblin society. Fire is much loved by goblins for its capacity to wreak great destruction and because it doesn’t require size or strength to wield, but written words are hated. Goblins believe that writing steals words out of your head, and as a result of this belief, goblins are universally illiterate

Goblin

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