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Forest Goblin Archaic Shaman by Shieldwolf Miniatures

Forest Goblin Archaic Shaman

CODE: G-11 / 52060000811

9.90

General Description

Forest Goblin Archaic Shaman (Goblins)

This product contains one finely detailed, polyurethane resin Forest Goblin Archaic Shaman model. The Forest Goblins select those few and special among them that have been touched by unique powers and blessed with eternal grace. These have no names and are called archaic, often isolating themselves from the rest of their kin. When time comes for battle to be waged however they are pretty eager to help their brethren with magic powers they have never revealed before. Nobody knows how powerful their magic is, as it often ends up killing the shamans envoking these powers. What is undeniable however is the fact they have been known to spread such devastation that sometimes even their own kin fear them...

Model comes supplied with a 25mm plastic round base.

This product comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly (paint&glue not included). Pictures are for demonstration purposes only.

 

 

Forest Goblin Archaic Shaman (Goblins)


Unlike popular opinion, Goblins have nothing to do with the Orcish race. The only thing they have in common with the Orcs is the green skin. Orcs think little of them. There was a time long ago they used them as slaves. Little by little, the Goblins managed to escape everyone’s grasp and found refuge in the dense Forests that divided the various Kingdoms of Talliareum, Orcs, Undead and Dracantropii where nobody ruled. They united and formed various tribes that would later be united and known as Forest Goblins.

The other half of the Goblins, the Drott Goblins (known also as Drotts or Common Goblins) expanded initially to the East (where they got massacred in the Great Green War) and later to the West where they settled down. They trade with Humans from time to time and generally have neutral feelings towards them (unlike the Forest Goblins who wage war with everyone).  

 

Goblin Kingdoms Background History part 2.

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