G O B L I N  N O . 3: The Waxhead Goblin, colloquially known as a ‘Candeloblin’, is a foul-tempered but otherwise harmless example of predatory gobin-dom. Often found in dusty old Castles, the Candeloblin uses its strikingly Goopy appearance to disguise itself as an ordinary candle, to best lie in wait for its usual prey of Bats, Centipedes, and Hapless Adventurers.

This hunting strategy would make it an unparalleled domestic carnivore, were it not for the fact that the adult Candeloblin is 7 feet tall and smells utterly dreadful. Be on the lookout for the appearance of hilariously conspicuously huge new candles in your home, but it’s not a big deal