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lil goblins


So we saved a couple of goblins from slavery in our last pathfinder game and then they asked us...

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Well, anywhere is fine if you're not in the Goblin Slayer universe.

minions be minions doesn't matter if you be of the chaos or the law or of evil or of good. me the chaotic neutral only knows that there be strength in numbers! and if you provide for them they will try and provide for you, provided that they are not lazy layabouts. if you want to dump them give them give them a shovel and a crossbow and tell them go watership down it some where and only use the crossbow bolts on stuff they can eat that ain't people. but that is if you want to be a responsible hero. me i would keep them and use them for my own means, but i would not be a dutch to them because stupid evil be get stupid evil lawful neutral or chaotic, and thats how you get your throat slit while you asleep. i might be a chaotic neutral but i believe in responsible, because if im not responsible for my self who will be responsible for me if im alone? i've chosen my minions over my party before because my minions are my true friends, and they've kept me from having my throat slit by my own party before and i know it might happen again.

Murderhobo: (unsheathing sword) "I mean if living's a problem..."

LG Cleric: "NO!"

LOVE THIS LITTLE ONES, maaan I love goblin characters! on a D&D game I run players murdered a Bugbear who was taking care of a Goblin Orphan, they were so regretful that took the goblin girl with them and raised like one of them (Resulting on a gobling that does not speak gobling)

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Sep 9, 2020
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