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Goblins are small, agile humanoids with green or grey skin. They have long pointed ears and sharp teeth.

  • The average weight is 30 kilograms.
  • The average height is 141 centimeters.
  • The average lifespan is 45 years.
  • The average walking speed is 7 blocks per second.
  • The species body size is considered small.
  • This species regenerates health and energy slowly.
  • This species has an average visual perception.

Origin story

Goblins are a small and cunning race, known for their mischievous nature and love of mayhem. Despite their diminutive size, they are a formidable force, feared and reviled by many other races.

Goblins can be found in most realms of MudGate, but they are most commonly found in the realm of the Icemire, a frozen wasteland scarred by centuries of war and conflict. Here, they are often unorganized and aggressive, raiding and plundering nearby settlements with little regard for the consequences.

The goblins of the Icemire have a long and troubled history, marked by centuries of conflict and strife. Most notably, they were involved in the Great Goblin War, a brutal conflict that devastated much of the realm and left many of its inhabitants scarred and traumatized.

Despite their reputation as a threat, goblins are a complex and nuanced race. Many of them are driven to violence and aggression out of necessity, as they struggle to survive in a world that often rejects them. Others are simply drawn to the thrill of battle and the rush of adrenaline that comes with it.

Notable goblins include the infamous chieftain known as Grondar the Destroyer, who is feared and reviled throughout the realms for his brutal and ruthless tactics. Another goblin of note is the cunning rogue known as Zara, whose clever tricks and devious plots have earned her a reputation as a master of deception.

Despite their often difficult circumstances, goblins remain a proud and resilient people, determined to make their own way in a world that often rejects them. They are a testament to the strength of the human spirit, and the enduring power of hope.

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