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Hobgobwin [[unit]]s are orange skinned [[humanoid]]s similar in appearance to [[Gobwin]]s, but considerably bigger (somewhat larger than [[Men]]).
 
Hobgobwin [[unit]]s are orange skinned [[humanoid]]s similar in appearance to [[Gobwin]]s, but considerably bigger (somewhat larger than [[Men]]).
  
Any side allied with Hobgobwins will not be able to ally with [[Elves]] or [[Marbits]]. [http://www.erfworld.com/wiki/index.php/First_Intermission_45 First Intermission 45]  
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Any side allied with Hobgobwins will not be able to ally with [[Elves]] or [[Marbits]].{{ref|[[First Intermission 45]]}}
  
 
Hobgobwins can be promoted to be [[Knight]]s, [[Heavy Unit|Heavies]], and [[Warlord|Warlords]].
 
Hobgobwins can be promoted to be [[Knight]]s, [[Heavy Unit|Heavies]], and [[Warlord|Warlords]].

Revision as of 23:40, 24 March 2014

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Proposed Canon

First Appearance: TBFGK 28

Hobgobwins are a non-Capital Side. They have been natural allies to Gobwin Knob since at least the reign of King Saline IV and up to the current turn.

Hobgobwin units are orange skinned humanoids similar in appearance to Gobwins, but considerably bigger (somewhat larger than Men).

Any side allied with Hobgobwins will not be able to ally with Elves or Marbits.First Intermission 45

Hobgobwins can be promoted to be Knights, Heavies, and Warlords.

Notable Hobgobwins

Speculation

The naming scheme for hobgobwins seems to be related to slang words that can be found in the urban dictionary.

Hobgobwins may be significantly better fighters and knights than Men are, which would explain why the Knights in Stanley's Service are all Hobgobwins.