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Gobliana Joonz

Always seeking things to sell, melt down or sleep with (or some combination thereof), the famed East Valonian Orc adventurer often finds himself in a variety of exotic locales throughout Valon with little to no official knowledge or support, thwarting the plans of Mordred's archaeologists and, on occasion, saving the world.

Tag Type: Character
Point of View: Valon

  • The League

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! Gobliana Joonz, El Lupe, Plunkorc and MacMean - An unlikely band of heroes who - through an equally unlikley set of circumstances - find themselves pitched against the evil Undead Liche Doktorov trying to prevent him from stealing a golden eagle from a private collection smothered with deadly traps (albeit so they can in fact steal it themselves).

  • The Temple of Dhogmandont

    The famed East-Valonian treasure hunter has disciovered the whereabouts of the semi-mythical Scimitar of Mustapha Liq. However, between him and his prize stand  Krautian Agents, Ferach Intelligence, Nippleze Goblins, Othari Janissaries and a bloody big Minotaur with an equally bloody big axe. Will he prevail... Find out in this classic scenario from the Flintloque Archives.

  • Finders of the Lost Orc

    Meet one of Valon's famed archaeologists and his large supporting cast of interesting characters in this campaign framework article from the Flintloque Archives.

  • Gobliana Joonz and The Notable Dig

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! The fedora wearing, whip cracking Orc archaeologist from Eastern Valon returns to face a new and terrifying threat... The Notables Club of Mudfayre?

  • Giglamps and the Prince

    An Orcs in the Webbe Original! Major Giglamps finds himself in an unusual situation babysitting Crown Prince Gorge on a diplomatic mission to the dark continent of Afri. After a night involving, one assumes, copious amounts of alcohol Giggers and the Prince wake up to find themselves lost in the Afri Jungle wearing nothing but what Sentinel gave them and female Afri dress on their heads...