Goblin Appearance and Lifespan
The general goblin stands between 3’0” and 4’” tall and weighs anywhere between 35 and 65 pounds. Their skin can be green, gray, red, black, or any mixture of the four. Their hair is always black, and their eyes are either orange, brown, or black. Goblins reach “maturity” at the age of 6, and, if lucky enough, can live to be 50 years old, though most never make it past 30.
Goblin History and Nature
Goblins are often seen as unintelligent creatures who throw themselves and their kin at the spears of the enemies. This, however, is not the case. Goblins, while small in stature, are super intelligent creatures who are able to predict the movements and patterns of their enemies before the battles even begin.
Hobgoblin Appearance and Lifespan
Hobgoblins stand between 4’5” and 5’4” tall and weigh between 115 and 170 pounds.Their skin is almost always gray or green, with black hair and beady black eyes. Hobgoblins reach “maturity” at the age of 3, and, if lucky enough, can live to be 40 years old, though most never make it past 15.
Hobgoblin History and Nature
While hobgoblins may be larger and stronger than the goblins, their intelligence is nowhere near that of their smaller kinfolk. They rely on brute force and the directions of the goblins to get their work done.
Gob/Gib Appearance and Lifespan
Gobs (Males) and Gibs (Females) are mutated offspring of goblins that stand between 2’5” and 3’0” tall and weigh between 20 and 25 pounds. Their skin is generally a sickly green or an ash gray. They almost never have hair, and if they do, it is almost always colorless. Their eyes are white, with tiny little orange pupils. These interesting creatures don’t seem to have a “mature” stage, and generally only live to be about 15 to 20 years old, though there have been some that have broken the mold and become more than just mutated cannon fodder.