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Forest Goblin Master Spearman
  • Forest Goblin Master Spearman
  • Forest Goblins Master Spearman on tabletop view by Shieldwolf Miniatures

Forest Goblin Master Spearman

CODE: G-07 / 52060000807

9.90

General Description

Forest Goblin Master Spearman (Goblins)

This product contains one finely detailed, polyurethane resin Forest Goblin Master Spearman model. The Forest Goblins train in the skill of long distance killing and value their ability to shower their enemies with countless projectiles. The Forest Goblins have mastered the skill of ambushing; before the ambush is sprung, the hidden hordes shadowing the enemies await a signal. That signal usually comes from a Master Spearman, who will launch one of his spears right in the heart or eye of a prized target. The Master spearman is essential to the Forest Goblin armies and many are the times it helped their brethren in the heat of battle.

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 Master Spearman (Goblins)


The Goblins are a bit organized as society (certainly more than their Forest counterparts) being excellent craftsmen and builders. They are constantly creating and maintaining War Machines and artillery, forging new weaponry and machinery, building structures (e.g. bridges, towers) and similar.

The clothing of the Common Goblins has nothing to do with that of the Forest Goblins (the latter wear anything the Forests and Jungles provide). The clothing of the Drotts was initially more similar to the Orcs, but it got (inevitably perhaps) also influenced by the Humans with whom they are now in trading terms. Leather is the predominant material, with fur used in a lesser extent. Small boots are a must as they are handy and sturdy, while arm bracelets are commonly seen in both leather and cloth. Their arms are never covered up, as all clothes are sleeveless.  

 

Goblin Kingdoms Background History part 3.

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