Goblin Snake

Goblin snakes have a gray, lipless goblin head with serpent’s fangs sitting atop the sinuous black body of a greasy-scaled snake.

Tenacious predators and bullies, goblin snakes are shrill, impulsive, and endlessly hungry. When their instinctual cunning takes hold, however, these maniacal creatures exhibit all the stealth and deadly cunning of serpents coupled with the capricious destructiveness of goblins.

Cruel and selfish, goblin snakes care for little more than their next meals and indulging their unfounded arrogance. Like goblins, they can easily eat their body weight in food daily, but goblin snakes are also lazy, and are more likely to settle for easy meals rather than ones they must work to find. As a result, goblins snakes eat almost anything within reach and readily available, from carrion to rubbish (the source of their horrendous and nauseating breath). Goblin snakes delight in fresh meat, but strongly prefer having others bring it to them over hunting and killing it themselves.

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Sewer Goblins

Sewer Goblin
Sewer Goblins, like other types of goblins are vicious creatures, they stand barely three feet tall, their scrawny, humanoid body dwarfed by their wide, ungainly heads. The are generally covered in sewer filth and collect ‘choice pieces’ of it in the bags they carry on their belts.

Pugwampi

Pugwampis look like some sort of horrid, rabid little lapdog that has mastered walking gracelessly on its hind legs. Their face look somewhere between jackal and hyena with milky white eyes. Pugwampis stand less than two feet tall and weigh barely over ten pounds. They clothe themselves in dirty tattered rags and wield daggers and vicious knives that are nearly as large as they are.

Detestable little fey loathed by nearly ever other creature including their fellow fairy folk. Pugwampis are commonly known as “jackal rats” and are beacons of bad luck and misfortune.