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Goblins. Life through their eyes. (Book one.)
by Tarol Hunt | Graphic Novels
Registered by erinacea of Friedrichshain, Berlin Germany on Monday, January 29, 2007
Average 9 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by erinacea): travelling


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Journal Entry 1 by erinacea from Friedrichshain, Berlin Germany on Monday, January 29, 2007

9 out of 10

Before coming to BookCrossing I was spending a large amount of my internet time reading webcomics. Goblins is one the few which I still follow regularly. Actually, it happens to be one of my two favourite webcomics (the other being GirlGenius). When I ordered Book one for my own reading (a mere week ago, shipping was really quick!), I also snuck in a second copy for BookCrossing.

"Goblins. Life through their eyes" takes a look at what roleplaying campaigns and dungeon crawls look like from the other side. I'm not a gamer myself and thus didn't get all of the references and in-jokes, but a lot of it is still hilariously funny. Should you happen to know more about RPG than I do, you could find this to your liking. Yes, Goblins contains a lot of violence - but what is RPG life about, if not killing monsters? At the same time death is never glorified and the ones doing all the killing are usually the "bad guys".

I will release it at one of the local comic shops. Still haven't decided which one. 


Journal Entry 2 by erinacea at Grober Unfug (Comicladen), Weinmeisterstr. 9 in Mitte, Berlin Germany on Monday, February 05, 2007

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Released 7 yrs ago (2/5/2007 UTC) at Grober Unfug (Comicladen), Weinmeisterstr. 9 in Mitte, Berlin Germany

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