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The princess of the goblins. Also the princess of getting the wrong idea. Her helmet's horns move when she gets worked up; no one has stuck around long enough to figure out why.
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Princess Goblin is a minor character in World of Final Fantasy. She is encountered during the Intervention quest, Where Art Thou, Smoochy-Poo?, and after in the Cornelia Region.

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Notes: Goblin ruler / Helm-horns that move as she emotes / Inexplicably excited all the time
Always Fired Up!
This feisty young lass is quick to develop crushes and even quicker to get the wrong idea. The one thing she isn't quick about is settling the honk down. Tenacious, she insists on getting what she wants and getting in the last word. In short: what a handful.
Still, goblins can be a reasonable bunch, and it seems that deep down, their princess has a good heart. Perhaps that's why the Federation was able to take advantage of her and her kin.
The Long So-Long
If anyone else said their farewells as many times as the Princess Goblin, you'd probably call them clingy. But when it's her, most Grymoirians can't help but smile and wave back. (Most.)

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A goblin is a small, mischievous creature found in many European folk tales and legends. The word "goblin" comes from the Norman French word Gobelinus, the name of a ghost that haunted the town of Évreux in the 12th century.

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