The Goblin people have had a long and bloody history of conflict which has tailored them into a stalwart people who seem capable of enduring and difficulty. Though not the most resilient of people individually, their communal nature makes them a people to be reckoned with.
Speed: 4.5 | Size: Small
Strength (+0) | Constitution (+22) | Agility (+20) | Dexterity (+16)
Charisma (+2) | Intelligence (+6) | Willpower (+6) | Perception (+14)
Hit Points (+0) | Close Combat (+0) | Marksmanship (+0) | Focus (+0) | Natural Armor Value (+0)
Traits: Quick Learner (Major)
Goblins are small humanoids standing between 3 ½ and 4 feet tall. Their skin tone varies from green to reddish brown, their hair is either black or dark brown, and their eyes are red, yellow, orange, or black. They have a very feral look about them with sharp teeth, wiry and skeletal features, and numerous past battle scars.
They tend to dress in clothing and armor scavenged from their opponents, so they are often seen in stolen Dwarven regalia. Weapon and clothing are used until they break or something better is found, so they almost always in some state of disrepair. Since they have moved above ground, they are often seen in poorly tailored garments of Human peasants or unlucky patrols.
Like Dwarves, their eyes are quite sensitive to sunlight, so they typically operate at night when above ground.
Speed: 6 | Size: Medium
Strength (+16) | Constitution (+24) | Agility (+4) | Dexterity (+4)
Charisma (+2) | Intelligence (+8) | Willpower (+4) | Perception (+4)
Hit Points (+15) | Close Combat (+0) | Marksmanship (+0) | Focus (+0) | Natural Armor Value (+2)
Hobgoblins may distribute Experience to Attribute Focus: Natural Armor Value at a rate of 3/1.
A larger and more aggressive breed of Goblin, Hobgoblins are slightly shorter than Humans but have a thicker build. They retain many of the features of their smaller Goblin cousins; however, they are a much more intimidating and less skeletal looking race.
While they also dress themselves in looted equipment from their enemies, Hobgoblins tend to upkeep their equipment replacing it only when it is too damaged for repair. They are also known to put their own crude symbols over the top of those from whom they stole their clothing, often stitching bits of metal or cloth over them to make crude symbols or pictures.