Legends of the Middle Ages
Long earred disgusting little creatures
Goblins are small humanoid monsters. They vary in height from about 3 to 3 ½ feet and weigh 40 to 45 pounds. They walk upright even though their arms nearly reach their knees. Their eyes vary from red to yellow and are usually dull and glazed. They have a broad nose that sits on a flat face with pointed ears and a wide mouth. Their mouth contains small, but sharp fangs. Their skin pigment ranges from a deep red through nearly any shade of orange to yellow, and dark browns and greens. Goblins reproduce at a rapid speed and can grow to large numbers in a manner of months.
History of Goblins in England
According to the tales, the goblins were defeated by the dwarves about 120 years ago. The goblin gods hungered for dwarven gems and metals, as well as defiling the dwarven gods. The dwarves were nearly wiped out by a massive goblin horde, but the dwarves managed to defeat them. It is unknown how this happened, but what is known that shortly after the dwarves were never seen again.
Recent Goblin Activity
In the year 1314, the goblins returned to England. It is unknown how they returned. The first reported location was on Friday, April 13 1314 on Windcrag Mountain. The goblins proceeded to invade Southampton, as well as other nearby villages.
A picture of the goblin battle at Southampton.