Preslotta Goblins - Update 1
Progress - a little aquisition, lots of basing goblins, a smidge of painting, and several happy autumn distractions like fixing my old Mordheim buildings, and printing and painting buildings for a small less damaged city, also paying some attention to a couple of trays of neglected NPC figures to populate cities and villages, ruined or otherwise.
Here's where I've got to on the gobbo's:
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FF20- FF23 Goblins 1980
FF64 & 65 Goblin Girl and Children 1981
FF21 Night Goblin with Morning Star 1982 (also released in the first Dungeon Monsters Starter Pack box set)
FF63-2 Goblin Commander 1982
My entire set of painted FF Figures can be seen here: https://leadnpaint.blogspot.com/2014/09/
Box set - SS4 Goblin Raiding Party (10) 1982 - based 20mm for regiment
C21 Wolf Rider 1983 (I dont think this one belongs with the gnolls)
First Compendium C13 Night Goblins 1983
These 4 goblin figs were FTN Gnomes in the US catalog
Additional First Compendium C13 Night Goblins 1983
Also Added among the goblins in the first compendium:
a standard bearer that fits nicely with earlier releases
Regiment of Renown - RR3 Groms Goblin Guard 1984 (4 unique)
C27 Goblin Mutants 1984 (set of 10)
C27 Goblin Fanatics (Set of 7) 1984
Second Compendium C13 Night Goblins 1984 (set of 10)
Gobbledigook from White Dwarf Personalities box set 1984
Not just a goblin, The Goblin
Not based - he is still kept with the rest of the set in the box in the plastic liner celebrating the 50th issue of White Dwarf
Regiment of assorted goblins
Who made the list
Once a goblin like figure is named as a trollkin, a giak, a red orc, a gnoll or a lesser goblin it does
not become a goblin just because it was bundled into the C13 night goblin range.
Once a goblin is released as a goblin it does not become a gnome because its labled that way in the US catalog a few months later
If on the other hand it was released as a gnoll and it looks like a goblin and is unlike all the other gnolls then as far as I'm concerned its a goblin.
In other words it all comes down to personal perception, memory and general inability to accept change.