Cave Goblins

Cave Goblins Faction

Firelight dances on the dank cavern walls. War drums beat in a furious rhythm. The Cave Goblins move in circles around the fire pit, contorting their bodies in a spastic display. Tonight they celebrate the finding of a Summoning Stone. Tomorrow they make war.

The Cave Goblins are battle-crazed lunatics. They come at their enemies in hordes. Cave Goblin Players like to summon units into battle freely, overwhelming their opponents with bursts of speed and power.


Summoners

  • Frickcave-goblins
  • Hordes of Rabblecave-goblins
  • Join the Hordecave-goblins
  • Throw Rockscave-goblins
  • Sneekscave-goblins
  • Goblin Horde Attackcave-goblins
  • Goblin Invincibilitycave-goblins
  • Goblin Ragecave-goblins
  • Goblin Rushcave-goblins

Champions

  • Blarfcave-goblins
  • Dibscave-goblins
  • Hestercave-filth
  • Kragcave-goblins
  • Mookcave-goblins
  • Reekercave-goblins
  • Scabbicuscave-filth
  • Scaggcave-goblins
  • Smeegecave-goblins
  • The Eatercave-goblins
  • The Feedercave-goblins
  • The Soul Eatercave-filth

Commons

  • Beast Ridercave-goblins
  • Berserkercave-goblins
  • Climbercave-goblins
  • Clingercave-goblins
  • Fightercave-goblins
  • Oafcave-goblins
  • Prisonercave-filth
  • Runtcave-goblins
  • Slingercave-goblins
  • Taskmastercave-filth

Recent Unit Comments

Thefirstwaldo commented on Fighter:

I agree with massimo, my mistake for missing the "normal" detail. So it would go along the lines of 1) attack phase, 2) fighter, 3/4) frick/eater abilities. (based off the wording of both of them being "at the end of your attack phase", I assume they can be switched around)

massimo commented on Fighter:

But it's saying after your *normal* atack phase. I copied the part from the FAQ. What happens first? The Eater's Feed the Eater Ability or Relentless? Relentless. It occurs immediately after your normal attack phase (think of it as an extended attack phase). Then the Eater eats.

Elien commented on Fighter:

Yes - but note the order - Frick's ability is *at the end of* your attack phase, Relentless is *after* your attack phase.

massimo commented on Fighter:

I dont't think that is correct. Take a look at FAQ 2.2.5.1 concerning the Eater. Eater's ability also occurs at the end of the attack phase, and the FAQ says that Relentless happens first.

Thefirstwaldo commented on Fighter:

Yes, but at the End of attack phase, then this fighter would attack like he normally does After attack phase.

Zwierzakov commented on Fighter:

Can i attack with Fighter using Frick ability ?

wojtascrz commented on Clinger:

Can you put Clinger on any free adjadenct space to targeted unit after move or they must finish "maneuver" same arrangement?

Sammer Guy commented on Smeege:

And suddenly... Tacullu

xMagox commented on Clinger:

Just to mention: in some cases, moving zero and moving one space and going back to the original space may be diferent... like, Hawk still can trigger Aerial Strike if he is surrounded by 4 units.

Elien commented on Clinger:

Corran - yes, you can move the adjacent unit onto the space you want to put the clinger in, then back to its starting space, then place the clinger in any empty space next to that unit.

Cave Goblins Card List

Summoner

  • Frickcave-goblins
  • Hordes of Rabblecave-goblins
  • Join the Hordecave-goblins
  • Throw Rockscave-goblins
  • Sneekscave-goblins
  • Goblin Horde Attackcave-goblins
  • Goblin Invincibilitycave-goblins
  • Goblin Ragecave-goblins
  • Goblin Rushcave-goblins

Champions

  • Blarfcave-goblins
  • Dibscave-goblins
  • Hestercave-filth
  • Kragcave-goblins
  • Mookcave-goblins
  • Reekercave-goblins
  • Scabbicuscave-filth
  • Scaggcave-goblins
  • Smeegecave-goblins
  • The Eatercave-goblins
  • The Feedercave-goblins
  • The Soul Eatercave-filth

Commons

  • Beast Ridercave-goblins
  • Berserkercave-goblins
  • Climbercave-goblins
  • Clingercave-goblins
  • Fightercave-goblins
  • Oafcave-goblins
  • Prisonercave-filth
  • Runtcave-goblins
  • Slingercave-goblins
  • Taskmastercave-filth
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