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  • noun Plural form of kobold.

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Examples

  • Remember that swarms of attacking kobolds is the metaphor I’m using for depression.

    Bloginomicon >> A Day Full of Kobolds (Tuesday, April 13th, 2010)

  • She was descended from a race called kobolds or goblins; and she loved all the metals which lie under the earth as well as the living things which crawl up out of its bosom.

    Fairy Book

  • At least, that’s how I experience a day when the kobolds are attacking in swarms.

    Bloginomicon >> A Day Full of Kobolds (Tuesday, April 13th, 2010)

  • That is what kobolds wish to do—to help—to be useful.

    Master of Mirrors

  • Subterranean Press has posted the table of Contents for Joe R. Lansdale's upcoming collection Dead Man's Road which contains his stories about Jedidiah Mercer, an Old West Reverend who deals with zombies, ghouls, werewolves, Lovecraftian monsters and kobolds.

    March 2010

  • Subterranean Press has posted the table of Contents for Joe R. Lansdale's upcoming collection Dead Man's Road which contains his stories about Jedidiah Mercer, an Old West Reverend who deals with zombies, ghouls, werewolves, Lovecraftian monsters and kobolds.

    TOC: Dead Man's Road by Joe R. Lansdale

  • That is what kobolds wish to do—to help—to be useful.

    Master of Mirrors

  • After the ghost came, I took it upon myself to do a little research on kobolds.

    Master of Mirrors

  • After the ghost came, I took it upon myself to do a little research on kobolds.

    Master of Mirrors

  • It says here that kobolds are related to goblins and house brownies; though, one source said they were ‘akin to leprechauns.’

    Master of Mirrors

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