“Slimy, conniving, dirty piece of goblin filth,” your prisoner barks at you as you and your buddies drag him up the mountain pass. You have fond memories of your mother calling you those words when you were just a welp, but you are tired of hearing the Adventurer make so much noise.
As you round a corner you pause to knock the annoying man unconscious. There. All better. Meals really shouldn’t talk so much.
Epic Effects’ new Goblin Overlord Mask is a full goblin mask with a cruel and wizened appearance, repulsive to civilized people. This mask has a goblin's distinct features: a long pointed and slightly crooked nose with large nostrils, pointed ears, and heavily textured skin. With multiple warts and moles as well as serrations, scars and marked furrows, this mask maintains a menacingly aged and realistic feel.
The mask is open at the mouth, displaying the wearer’s lower lips and most of the chin. This leaves room for the wearer to speak and be heard properly, and allows a much larger range of expressions. The mask is made from thick 100% natural high-quality latex, making it strong and durable, ensuring long life and extended reuse. The mask is made with good room for breathing and ventilation, thus improving comfort with extended wear. The look and style of the mask can be modified by highlighting it with Epic Effects' Water Based Makeup from event to event.
Goblins first appeared in stories during the Middle Ages
Typically described as small, greedy creatures with magical abilities
English word, goblin, is first recorded in the 14th century