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A goblin is a legendary evil or mischievous illiterate creature, described as a grotesquely evil or evil-like phantom. They are attributed with various (sometimes conflicting) abilities, temperaments and appearances depending on the story and country of origin. In some cases, goblins have been classified as constantly annoying little creatures somewhat related to the brownie and gnome. They are usually depicted as small, sometimes only a few inches tall, sometimes the size of a dwarf. They also often are said to possess various magical abilities.

The term “goblin” is traced throughout many ancient languages, such as Anglo-French, and older still, the Medieval Latin, when goblins where known as “gobelinus”. The origins of the term were actually from ancient German, and was a synonym for kobolds; another step in shining some light on the true nature of goblins. Because not all kobolds were wicked, –in fact, two thirds of them were helpful, and thought of good luck for the good industrious men and women. Only the miner kobolds were wicked, and poisonous. So it stands to reason that not all goblins are evil and hideous, though they probably won’t be winning any beauty contests.

Goblins are pranksters, and are known for rearranging items in the house, tangling horses, banging pots and pans, removing the clothes from sleeping humans, knocking on doors and walls and even digging up the graves to scatter the bones around. Mine goblins make knocking noises by stricking pickaxes and hammers against the stones. Some miners take the resulting sounds as a sign of good luck, believing they indicate the presence of rich deposits of ore. Other believe that they (Kobolds and Wichtlein) just imitate the miners to fool them. As a death companion he is sometimes accused to cause underground fires or warn for the coming deaths. To avoid the Knockers' wrath, a pastie (traditional miner meal) should be left for them.

When most people think about goblins, and where they came from, they either envision little demons crawling up from hell, green imps capering around a witch’s cauldron, or other nasty beginnings. However, one of the most popular theory, is that they were spread accidentally throughout Britain by Vikings. The goblin race is believed to have emerged from the ground, in a great tear or cleft in the Pyrenees, in France. Goblins stowed away on Viking ships, and when the Vikings came to port for some pillaging, out hopped the goblins to infest the English.

They live inside houses or in the surroundings. For centuries they inhabited wild, woody, and mountainous areas, living inside caves or caverns until one of them approached the places where human beings lived, firstly for the sake of curiosity, then with the single objective of having fun. They appear preferably at night. They are about 50 cm- high and resemble man. They go out at night and love to have fun by dint of those sleeping. Even though most of them like to bother or frighten human beings, some of them, however, love to help men in domestic households. According to some experts, their names come from the Arabig word duar, meaning the one who inhabites or the inhabitant.

These are some little devil looking- goblins, not linked to a house, but to a person to whom they assist and make him their owner. They are linked to witchcraft.

They belong to a strange family of aggresive and individualist goblins. They cause nightmares and choose women and children as their victims.

"By Niscor"


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