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Splinterwood: FREE! Goblin Mage

Splinterwood: FREE! Goblin Mage

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Pigmi Games presents a hand-drawn, double-sided, 30mm scale original paper miniature in four color schemes suitable for any fantasy rpg or skirmish gaming table!

Goblin Mage-free

In the world of Awesh Goblins are like roaches. You find them on every continent and in large quantities and they are just about as desirable. Sadly for the Splinterwood Elves, the Splinterwood is no different. Though you can find Goblins all over the Splinterwood they actually hail from one of two clans; The Uthan Goblins are more adapted to the hot weather that pervades that region but the Amastall Goblins are from the cold north. Neither group spends much time in the sun but the Amastall Goblins hate sunlight more than most. They keep themselves covered in shrouds made from cast off Wood Elf material. Being attacked by a Goblin would be akin to an attack from a rabid chihuahua. Yes it might bite you and you would probably have to wash afterward, but at it's worst it's just annoying. If left unchecked Goblins have a tendency to grow to very large numbers. And though it's rare sometimes they stop fighting among themselves and start to get organized. When this happens the Splinterwood Elves know that there will be trouble. When Goblins go on the march there will be much blood spilled ... usually Goblin blood until they all run away screaming. Still, who wants to spend an afternoon slaughtering Goblins? Who knows maybe its therapeutic?

Miniatures designed for use and compatability at 30mm scale, printable bases are included.

 
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File Last Updated:
July 16, 2014
This title was added to our catalog on July 17, 2014.