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Welcome to the Knightmare Lexicon. This system is designed to be a centre point for any Knightmare related information. You may think of it as a Knightmare Encyclopædia or Dictionary. Though in many ways it is more like a Knightmare wiki in that people with an interest in Knightmare like yourself may add entries to the database for others to find. Likewise if there's a piece of information you're looking for on Knightmare then in thef future it's very likely you'll be able to find it here. For the system to be a success it relies on each and every member of the community providing as much information as possible. Enjoy! logins.

Entry of the Day - Goblin
1. Goblin
From TES issue 10 (July 2001)

Series 3/4/5/6/7/8. Level 1/2/3.
GOBLINS
 
 
 [Related Image] Surely these little critters are the most famous in Knightmare's history! The warty-faced cave goblins scuttled around all levels of the Dungeon in series 3-8, blowing their hunting horns; that infamous screech became a clear sign that danger was nearby. Hunting in the Dungeon and the Greenwood, throughout all three levels, meeting a group of goblins, which could contain anything from two to six of the creatures, was always dangerous. A speedy exit, spell, or rescue by a character was required in these situations.
 
The goblins claimed one victim during their time in the Dungeon: series 3 dungeoneer Julie. Having failed to earn Merlin's magic earlier on, Julie was powerless to stop a group of four goblins from overwhelming her in the Corridor of the Catacombs. Three goblins were given names, principally the brothers Grippa and Rhark, who featured in series 5, 6 and 7. They hunted dungeoneers under the guidance of Skarkill, and later Raptor and Sylvester Hands. The other goblin to be named was the hobgoblin of series 5 and 6, Tiny. Hobgoblins were exactly like goblins, except about three times larger: very intimidating. However, hobgoblins were very infrequently seen on Knightmare: Tiny made one appearance in person in both series 5 and series 6. There were two other hobgoblin sightings, in series 3 and 8.
 
Goblins will always be a memorable part of Knightmare, as for six years they always seemed to be lingering close by, leading to urges from Treguard, Pickle and Majida to get a move on.
 
Fear Factor: 9 Built up quite a reputation.
Killer Instinct: 5 One victim is more than most.
Humanity: 7 More closely linked in mythology to humans than faerie.
Gore Factor: 6 Quite ugly.

Provided By: Eyeshield, 2007-01-21 17:33:48
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