Goblinds are a fantasy species and archetype originating in European folklore.
Goblins are usually depicted as small and grotesque creatures who are, at most, the size of a teenager. Goblins may be benevolent but are usually at the very leas mischievous; they may possess some amount of magical powers and are generally very greedy. Although individual goblins may be found in folklore, they are most often depicted as a large people, sometimes with their own king.
The folkloric goblins were the template for many fictional goblins who have their own pages:
- Goblins (Harry Potter)
- Goblins (J.R.R. Tolkien's Works)
- Goblins (The Hobbit, 1977)
- Goblins (Labyrinth)
- Goblins (The Princess and the Goblin)
- Goblins (The Black Cauldron)
- Goblins (The Wandering Inn)
- Goblins (Goblins)
- Goblins (Yggdrasil the Goblin)
- Goblins are shaped like goblins.
- They are not shaped like not-goblins.
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