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Why is this picture saved as "Nashee vs Goblin"?
Posted by Guest on Mon 30 Aug 2004 08:28:56 PM EDT
Well... maybe because the elf is named Naishee and the critter on the right is a goblin?
Posted by Guest on Tue 21 Sep 2004 05:52:35 PM EDT
No, the thingy on the right is a kobold, not a goblin, it says so, right there ( under the picture ). And, it shows very well that it isent a stupid goblin. Its a pretty kobold ^^
Posted by Guest on Fri 22 Apr 2005 07:17:10 AM EDT
The naming conventions for the image files are somewhat haphazard, and inthis case it is just a slip.
Posted by Guest on Fri 22 Apr 2005 02:04:45 PM EDT
It isn't going to make a whole lot of difference whether he's a goblin or a kobold after Naishee uses that pig-sticker on his family jewels.
Posted by Guest on Sun 24 Apr 2005 11:36:06 PM EDT
she really points her sword on a scary place, brrrr....i wanna meet her...without that sword=)
Posted by Guest on Sat 17 Dec 2005 09:18:25 PM EST
The German word for "goblin" is "kobold." I've often wondered if the German versions of D&D have what we would call a "kobold" described as "goblins". ;)
Posted by Guest on Fri 28 Apr 2006 02:42:01 AM EDT
@brianm: I could answer that because i am german. It is true, that the english "goblin" is in Germany a "Kobold", but like in RPG the term Kobold was used for these little scaly lizards (as i know "Kobold" was unknown in England before), the german translation just took that Picture. (The term "Goblin" was used wrong even in the english version, as goblins are not exactly ugly and evil but more like little pranksters, just like german kobolds) So in german D&D Kobolds are Lizards and Goblins are ugly humanoids. Of course in original german role playing games (like "Das schwarze Auge" (the black eye)) a Kobold is a little man who likes to play pranks, as in mythology, and, taken from Fantasy, a Goblin is a little, ugly humanoid
Posted by Guest on Sat 08 Jul 2006 09:04:25 PM EDT
Her "robe" is so skimpy that you can see her pussy. You can see it better if you blow the picture up.
Posted by Guest on Fri 30 Apr 2010 01:07:11 PM EDT