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goblin by 0BO on deviantART

goblin by 0BO on deviantART

Let's share our favorite Warcraft fan-art! - Page 256 - Scrolls of Lore Forums

Let's share our favorite Warcraft fan-art! - Page 256 - Scrolls of Lore Forums

An illustration I did for the Tomb of the Forgotten WoW tcg set that just came out. Pretty fun, this one, playing around and being a little more painterly. © 2012 Blizzard Entertainment

An illustration I did for the Tomb of the Forgotten WoW tcg set that just came out. Pretty fun, this one, playing around and being a little more painterly. © 2012 Blizzard Entertainment

Goblins by thegryph.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Goblins by thegryph.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Niget and Rexx by MaxGrecke on DeviantArt

Niget and Rexx by MaxGrecke on DeviantArt

The Art of LD Austin: The Egg Thief

The Art of LD Austin: The Egg Thief

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Goblin by SpineBender with bazooka firing explosive bolts monster creature beast animal | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard at www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons & Dragons DND Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu and d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not our art: please click artwork for source

Goblin by SpineBender with bazooka firing explosive bolts monster creature beast animal | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard at www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons & Dragons DND Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu and d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not our art: please click artwork for source

Gnolls are the literary descendants of Lord Dunsany's "gnoles", who were clever, evil and nonhuman. Gary Gygax writes in the earliest edition of Dungeons & Dragons (1974): "A cross between gnomes and trolls (...perhaps, Lord Dunsany did not really make it all that clear) with +2 morale. Otherwise they are similar to hobgoblins..."

Gnolls are the literary descendants of Lord Dunsany's "gnoles", who were clever, evil and nonhuman. Gary Gygax writes in the earliest edition of Dungeons & Dragons (1974): "A cross between gnomes and trolls (...perhaps, Lord Dunsany did not really make it all that clear) with +2 morale. Otherwise they are similar to hobgoblins..."

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