goblinoids for BX, using the B/X Options: Class Builder

due to my love of point buy systems, and my love of near humancharacters, I have statted up some goblinoid peoples for pC use, using The Welsh Piper’s book

all of these created using BX Class Builder by Erin D. Smale

Kobold

prime requisite is DX 100

HD: d4 400

Armor: any, limited by size 100

shield: yes 100

weapon limited by size 100

languages: kobold, goblin, common 300

Combat: as Thief 200

Save: as Thief 200

Infravision 60′ 200

Hide in dungeon 2/6 100

Detect stonework traps 2/6 200

find/set/remove traps as Thief 50

Hide in Shadows as Thief 50

Move Silently as Thief 50

Backstab 200

size (small, as halfling) -100

Stronghold: at lvl 5 -500

Max Level: 8 -600

base xp 1150

level 1 0

level 2 1150

level 3 2300

level 4 4600

level 5 9200

level 6 18400

level 7 36800

level 8 73600

goblin

prime requisite: DX 100

HD: d6 600

Armor: any, limited by size 100

Shield: yes 100

Weapon: limited by size 100

languages: goblin, kobold, hobgoblin. orc, common 500

Combat: as Thief 200

Save: as Fighter 200

Infravision 60′ 200

Detect stonework traps 2/6 200

Listen at doors 2/6 200

Backstab  200

Max level 8 -600

DX minimum 9 -100

-1 in bright light -100

Stronghold at level 5 -500

smaller size (as halfling) -100

basic xp 1600

level 1 0

level 2 1600

level 3 3200

level 4 6400

level 5 12800

level 6 25600

level 7 51200

level 8 12400

Hobgoblin 

prime requisite ST 100

HD: d8 800

Armor: any 200

Shield: yes 100

Weapons: any 200

languages: goblin, hobgoblin, orc, common 400

combat: as HD 500

Save: as Fighter 500

+1 to hit vs elves 200

infravision 60′ 200

Max level 8 -600

Stronghold at 5th level -500

ST minimum of 9 -100

Basic XP 2000

level 1 0

level 2 2000

level 3 4000

level 4 8000

level 5 16000

level 6 32000

level 7 64000

level 8 128000

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DemiHumans of Dolmenwood

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Gavin Norman, Author of the B/X Essentials and one of the minds (along with Greg Gorgonmilk) behind Dolmenwood. 

The Dolmenwood is the campaign setting described in the most excellent zine, Wormskin. The setting is a twisted fairytale woods, a little Brian Froud flavored with a little bit of Princess Mononoke , with a very Dunsanyan feel to it, Which is no wonder, as Greg has published a collection of Lord Dunsany’s writing.

Prior to this setting’s release, the closest to it in feel was a cross between John Stater’s Bloody Basic: Mother Goose Edition and Bloody Basic:Weird Fantasy Edition, both of which I enjoy.

The 1st issue of Wormskin is now accompanied by the above Demihumans of Dolmenwood, and it is just great. The takes on elves and dwarves are stange and endearing;  elves seem alien and cruel, like those in The Broken Sword by Pihn Anderson. Dwarves are part plant druids,  there is a Puss in Boots/Cheshire Cat creature called a Grimalkin, and the bat faced goblins called Woodgrue are absolutely delightful gremlins.

I wrote up a DF conversion of them HERE For Free!

I used several DF books, DF3, DF5, DF9, DF15, and Pyramid #3/50 along with Magic to perform the conversion.

For further play I would recommend GURPS Thaumatology: Urban Magics  For its Ley Line spells, and DF16 Wilderness Adventures

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