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Thursday, February 28, 2008


Webcomic URL: http://goblinscomic.com/
Webcomic RSS feed: http://goblinscomic.com/comic.rss

Artist/Author: Tarol Hunt
Updates: Saturday

"Goblins is a weekly Dungeons and Dragons webcomic written and illustrated by Tarol Hunt. It is set in a Forgotten Realms-like setting, following the adventures of a group of goblins.

A warcamp of goblins prepare for an attack from a party of adventurers; however, their planning is in vain and the adventurers manage to wipe out the majority of the goblin clan, though at the cost of more than half their own party. In the midst of battle with some of the last survivors, Forgath, the cleric of the adventuring party, realizes that the goblins are not evil and spares their lives, while Minmax, the party's fighter, gets in a losing battle with Complains-Of-Names, a cunning goblin who broke with tradition to gain the upper hand in the fight. The battle is ended by the intercession of the goblins and Forgath, and the goblins flee their camp.

Five of the surviving goblins set on a quest to avenge the dead, and thus become the realms' first goblin party, while another survivor attempts to aid a strange creature which saved him from the adventurers."

-- http://www.comixpedia.org/index.php?

"Goblins is a Dungeons & Dragons webcomic written and illustrated by Tarol Hunt (known by the Nickname of Thunt). It is set in a humorously stereotypical Fantasy Setting, following the Adventures of a Party of goblin Adventurers who started as Monsters and declared themselves as Players...

...There are several different locales of action, and the author switches between them at points that increase dramatic tension... The comic often employs meta humor related to Dungeons & Dragons, such as a cleric praying to the all-powerful Dungeon Master or characters arguing about whether or not they were subject to a random encounter. As the strip has progressed, the tone has become bleaker and the humor aspects have become less central than they were in early strips, although stil present."

-- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/

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