Though powerful enough in battle, a Goblin Boss can also employ all manner of trickery to ensure victory.
Orcs determine their hierarchy in a simple manner - the biggest and best fighter takes control. Goblins follow a less straightforward path to the top ranks, as they are both more devious and more cowardly than their brutish Orc cousins. Underhanded ploys and strategy are the preferred tactics for Goblins; although straight-up fighting is still an option, it is one that is typically left to the especially desperate. All Goblins use dirty tricks, with the best schemers being the most dangerous of their diminutive kind and the most likely to rise through the ranks. Those Goblins that make it to the very top are known as Warbosses or Warlords, although some of the more outlandish tribes might use more localised names such as a Wolf-khan, Grand Despot, Potentate, Bogtator, Chieftain-king or Great Grif.
This unit has the following mount options
|Giant Wolf||Taller than a pony, the giant wolf is a slavering beast with a ravenous appetite.|
|Giant Spider||These venomous creatures grow to an enormous size, sucking the lifeforce from their prey and leaving only dry husks behind.|
|Encourage||This unit provides a leadership bonus to nearby allies. Units within range of both the Lord's aura and an encouraging unit will receive the larger of the two bonuses.|
|Hide (forest)||This unit can hide in forests until enemy units get too close.|
Those who are "slippery" cannot be cornered or pinned - they simply "slip" away…
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