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Something Rotten in Riverton By Willoughby T. Goblin III
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A beginning level dungeon module for 1970's era fantasy role-playing games suitable for 4-12 inexperienced gamers playing first level characters. The Challenge: stamp out a small but growing evil... More > in a small town.< Less
Goblin Tales By Jim C. Hines
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A vengeful ghost trapped in a goblin's ear ... a flaming spider who must help stop a goddess from conquering a science fiction convention ... a goblin nursery worker who finds herself trapped in the... More > middle of a war. This collection features five humorous short stories that explore the fantasy realm from the perspective of the lowest of the low, the unlikeliest of unheroes: the goblins. Includes the following stories from the author of the GOBLIN QUEST trilogy: Goblin Lullaby, The Haunting of Jig's Ear, Goblin Hunter, School Spirit, and Mightier than the Sword. Each story includes an afterward by the author.< Less
Goblin Tales By Jim C. Hines
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A vengeful ghost trapped in a goblin's ear ... a flaming spider who must help stop a goddess from conquering a science fiction convention ... a goblin nursery worker who finds herself trapped in the... More > middle of a war. This collection features five humorous short stories that explore the fantasy realm from the perspective of the lowest of the low, the unlikeliest of unheroes: the goblins. Includes the following stories from the author of the GOBLIN QUEST trilogy: Goblin Lullaby, The Haunting of Jig's Ear, Goblin Hunter, School Spirit, and Mightier than the Sword. Each story includes an afterward by the author.< Less
The Princess and The Goblin By George MacDonald, Jessie Willcox Smith
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THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLIN CHAPTER I WHY THE PRINCESS HAS A STORY ABOUT HER THERE was once a little princess who-''But, Mr. Author, why do you always write about princesses?" "Because... More > every little girl is a princess." ' You ivill make them vain if you tell them that." ''Not if they understand what I mean." ' Then what do you mean?'' 'What do you mean by a princess?'' " The daughter of a king." Very well, then every little girl is a princess, and there would be no need to say anything about it, except that she is always in danger of forgetting her rank, and behaving as if she had grown out of the mud. I have seen little princesses behave like the children of thieves and lying beggars, and that is why they need to be told they are princesses. And that is ivhy, when I tell a story of this kind, I like to tell it about a princess. Then I can say better what I mean, because I can then give her every beautiful thing I want her to have." "Please go on."< Less
Arrowroot the Goblin By Gillian Runham
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When Lavinia Brown accidentally sat on a Goblin, little did she know of the adventures they would have together. From annoying Pixies to the fearsome Gargantuan Troll they forged a deep and lasting... More > friendship. Follow the antics of the Goblins and in particular the rather cheeky one Horace! Meet magical folk and learn about the magical kingdom in this amusing tale of extreme naughtiness!< Less
Arrowroot the Goblin By Gillian Runham
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When Lavinia Brown accidentally sat on a Goblin, little did she know of the adventures they would have together. From annoying Pixies to the fearsome Gargantuan Troll they forged a deep and lasting... More > friendship. Follow the antics of the Goblins and in particular the rather cheeky one Horace! Meet magical folk and learn about the magical kingdom in this amusing tale of extreme naughtiness!< Less
Arrowroot The Goblin By Gillian Runham
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When Lavinia Brown accidentally sat on a Goblin, little did she know of the adventures they would have together. From annoying Pixies to the fearsome Gargantuan Troll they forged a deep and lasting... More > friendship. Follow the antics of the Goblins and in particular the rather cheeky one Horace! Meet magical folk and learn about the magical kingdom in this amusing tale of extreme naughtiness!< Less
The Princess and the Goblin By Sheila Seifert
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Get a daily lesson plan and 15 lessons for The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald. This book has a sixth-grade reading level, so the curriculum is geared toward sixth-grade students, but it... More > can be read to younger students. If all you need are the comprehension questions, you can find them online for free at http://simpleliterature.com/id42.html.< Less
The Princess and the Goblin By George MacDonald
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The Princess and the Goblin was first published in 1872 by George MacDonald. This edition, from 1920, contains color Illustrations by Jessie Wilcox Smith. Eight year old Princess Irene lives a... More > lonely life in a wild, desolate, mountainous kingdom, with only her nursemaid, "Lootie" for company. Due to her sheltered upbringing, her father being absent attending to affairs of state and her mother being dead, Irene has never known about the existence of the goblins, which lurk in the underground mines.< Less
The Goblin Lands By Brandon Osorio
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The Olgogs are the natives of the planet Refuge. They have been called a lot of terrible things by their human oppressors. Perhaps the most offensive is the term Goblin which the Humans have used to... More > marginalize the Olgogs. For over a thousand years, the Olgogs have been treated like animals, hunted and slaughtered by the Human Colonists of the Earther Colonies. Humans have space-age technology like aircraft, power armor and tanks. Most Olgog tribes in the Goblin Lands are limited to natural resources like wood, stone, bone, obsidian and animal hides to construct their own weapons and defenses. Direct Warfare is not the answer. Only through careful planning, loyal partnerships and using the powers of the Leyas wisely against strategic targets, will the Olgog tribes be able to achieve their independence and freedom from persecution. Create a tribe, grow it in your home games, and bring that tribe online to influence the larger Dark Refuge Expanded Universe Storyline. Requires Dark Refuge:The Adventure Game< Less