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[[File:Goblins.jpg|thumb|360px|Goblins in LOTRO]]'''[[File:Goblins2.jpg|thumb|400px|Goblins from the Movie Series]]Goblins''', known in [[Black Speech ]]as '''Gongi''', were an archaic breed of [[Orc-Kind|Orc]] known for inhabiting ancient regions and regions connected to the [[Underdeeps]]. They were recorded by some [[Scholar|scholars]] as ”proto-orcs,” and were theorized as a continuation or branch of the ancient Orcs of [[Utumno]], the first of their kind corrupted from the [[Elf|Elvish]] race. The term Goblin usually referred to the [[Lesser Orcs]] of this kind while the greater Gongs were called [[Hobgoblins]].
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[[File:Goblins.jpg|thumb|360px|Goblins in LOTRO]]'''[[File:Goblins2.jpg|thumb|400px|Goblins from the Movie Series]]Goblins''', known in [[Black Speech]] as '''Gongi''', were an archaic breed of "[[Orc-Kind|Orcs of the Hills]]" known for inhabiting ancient regions and regions connected to the [[Underdeeps]]. They were recorded by some [[Scholar|scholars]] as ”proto-orcs,” and were theorized as a continuation or branch of the ancient Orcs of [[Utumno]], the first of their kind corrupted from the [[Elf|Elvish]] race. The term Goblin usually referred to the [[Lesser Orcs]] of this kind while the greater Gongs were called [[Hobgoblins]].
   
Most lesser orcs or [[Snaga]]s of the later Ages descended from the Gongs, while the great Gongs of the First Age gave rise to most breeds of [[Uruks|Uruk]] in the [[Second Age|Second]] and [[Third Age|Third]] ages. The [[Greater Orcs]] of [[Barad dûr]] who fought at the Battle of the [[Gladden fields|Gladden Fields]], for example, were recorded as filled with the dark will of [[Sauron]] and to have acted simultaneously under it, a trait associated with Gongs. The Greater Orcs who appeared before the breeding of the [[Uruk-Hai]] were therefore likely descendants of these Hobgoblins.
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Most lesser orcs or [[Snaga]]s of the later Ages descended from the Gongs, while the great Gongs of the First Age gave rise to most breeds of [[Uruks|Uruk]] in the [[Second Age|Second]] and [[Third Age|Third]] ages. The [[Greater Orcs]] of [[:Category:Barad-dur|Barad dûr]] who fought at the Battle of the [[Gladden fields|Gladden Fields]], for example, were recorded as filled with the dark will of [[Sauron]] and to have acted simultaneously under it, a trait associated with Gongs. The Greater Orcs who appeared before the breeding of the [[Uruk-Hai]] were therefore likely descendants of these Hobgoblins.
   
 
In [[Eriador]] Goblins were also known as '''Bogies''', '''Boggarts''' and, especially among the [[Hobbits]], '''Gremlins'''.
 
In [[Eriador]] Goblins were also known as '''Bogies''', '''Boggarts''' and, especially among the [[Hobbits]], '''Gremlins'''.
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*[[Bugan]]
 
*[[Cave-Goblins]]
 
*[[Cave-Goblins]]
 
*[[Forest Goblins]]
 
*[[Forest Goblins]]
 
*[[Goblin Miners]]
 
*[[Goblin Miners]]
 
*[[Goblins of Goblin-Gate]]
 
*[[Goblins of Goblin-Gate]]
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*[[Gongs]]
 
*[[Moon Goblins]]
 
*[[Moon Goblins]]
 
*[[Moria Goblins]]
 
*[[Moria Goblins]]
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==Rolemaster==
 
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[[File:121-7c5ffdc4ec.jpg|thumb|A Murlogi]]
   
 
In the [[Rolemaster]] world of [[Kulthea]] Goblins are identical with the "Murlogi", a race akin to the more demonic [[Lugroki]].
 
In the [[Rolemaster]] world of [[Kulthea]] Goblins are identical with the "Murlogi", a race akin to the more demonic [[Lugroki]].
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The Angband rogue-like introduced two races known as the [[Kobold]]s and the [[Yeek]]s, which appear to be just variants of the already established Goblins or lesser Orcs.
 
The Angband rogue-like introduced two races known as the [[Kobold]]s and the [[Yeek]]s, which appear to be just variants of the already established Goblins or lesser Orcs.
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==Synopsis==
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The dispute over the term of Goblin might be brought into accord if Goblin would be considered an umbrella term for the Lesser Orcs, just as Hobgoblin might be considered an umbrella term for the Greater Orcs. In this case, Goblin might mean the descendants of the primitive Orcs bred from Elves, who came to form the backbone of Sauron’s armies.
 
[[category:Orcs]]
 
[[category:Orcs]]
 
[[Category:Goblins]]
 
[[Category:Goblins]]

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Goblins

Goblins in LOTRO

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Goblins from the Movie Series

Goblins
, known in Black Speech as Gongi, were an archaic breed of "Orcs of the Hills" known for inhabiting ancient regions and regions connected to the Underdeeps. They were recorded by some scholars as ”proto-orcs,” and were theorized as a continuation or branch of the ancient Orcs of Utumno, the first of their kind corrupted from the Elvish race. The term Goblin usually referred to the Lesser Orcs of this kind while the greater Gongs were called Hobgoblins.

Most lesser orcs or Snagas of the later Ages descended from the Gongs, while the great Gongs of the First Age gave rise to most breeds of Uruk in the Second and Third ages. The Greater Orcs of Barad dûr who fought at the Battle of the Gladden Fields, for example, were recorded as filled with the dark will of Sauron and to have acted simultaneously under it, a trait associated with Gongs. The Greater Orcs who appeared before the breeding of the Uruk-Hai were therefore likely descendants of these Hobgoblins.

In Eriador Goblins were also known as Bogies, Boggarts and, especially among the Hobbits, Gremlins.

See:

RolemasterEdit

121-7c5ffdc4ec

A Murlogi

In the Rolemaster world of Kulthea Goblins are identical with the "Murlogi", a race akin to the more demonic Lugroki.

AngbandEdit

The Angband rogue-like introduced two races known as the Kobolds and the Yeeks, which appear to be just variants of the already established Goblins or lesser Orcs.

SynopsisEdit

The dispute over the term of Goblin might be brought into accord if Goblin would be considered an umbrella term for the Lesser Orcs, just as Hobgoblin might be considered an umbrella term for the Greater Orcs. In this case, Goblin might mean the descendants of the primitive Orcs bred from Elves, who came to form the backbone of Sauron’s armies.

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