A kobold is a fantasy creature that has different appearances depending on the source.
In general, they are small, humanoid beings that are either related to dogs or dragons.
Some common features of kobolds are:
- They have fur or scales, usually in brown, red, or black colors.
- They have long tails, often with a tuft of hair or a spade at the end.
- They have pointed ears, snouts, and teeth, giving them a feral look.
- They have claws on their hands and feet, and sometimes horns on their heads.
- They wear simple clothing, often made of leather or metal.
Kobolds are often depicted as cunning, sneaky, and cowardly.
They live in tribes or clans, and worship powerful beings such as dragons or titans.
They are skilled at mining, crafting, and setting traps.
They are usually hostile to other races, especially humans and elves.
Some examples of kobolds in fantasy media are:
- The kobolds from Dungeons & Dragons, who are reptilian humanoids that serve dragons and worship the primal Titan.
- The kobolds from World of Warcraft, who are furry humanoids that mine for gold and say \"You no take candle!\".
- The kobolds from Pathfinder, who are scaly humanoids that can have different colors and abilities depending on their dragon ancestry.
- The kobolds from The Elder Scrolls, who are also known as Rieklings and are furry humanoids that live in the frozen island of Solstheim.