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Nisse is the broodmother for goblins and she is found in the Mountains region. Her name derives from the Danish and Norwegian word for mythological creatures from Nordic folklore typically associated with the winter solstice. Though her appearance is that is a goblin in later fantasy descriptions.

She is described as one of Tamani's many daughters, Nisse's story entwines with both the game Corruption of Champions and Tiamat's story. The drawings used for Nisse are of Tamani made my Lurkergg.

"Searching through the deepest caves you have yet come across in the mountainous North, your crystal light suddenly falls upon a little, but very shapely, green woman."

Guide[]

Step 1[]

Explore the Mountains until you encounter Nisse and choose Greet her (choosing the other option will remove her from the game). Choose Sure thing followed by the only option Find the exit.

Step 2[]

Explore the Mountains until you encounter Nisse again. Choose the only options: Another go followed by A great idea.

Step 3[]

Explore the Mountains until you encounter a "desolate space" fitting for a Goblin Home. Build the home for 300 wood and 100 stone.

Game Code[]

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   </group>
   <group>
       <header>Biographical information</header>
       <label>Marital status</label><default>Unknown</default>
   </group>
   <group>
       <header>Physical description</header>
       <label>Species</label><default>Unknown</default>
       <label>Gender</label><default>Unknown</default>
       <label>Weight</label><default>Unknown</default></dataNisse is a quest character and possible Broodmother of goblin-girls found in the Mountains Region. A tribute to the famous Corruption of Champions game she explains some of lore of Mareth in her story.


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