Some parts of nature did not mix well with growing urbanisation, but some thrived. Goblins have adapted so smoothly to city life that they’ve evolved several subspecies, notably the Sewer Goblin. These scuttling little blighters live mostly on waste and trash, doing the cities a great favour, one imagines, but their mischief and late-night cackling has earned them a less than favourable reputation.
These goblins are quite small and easily kept at bay by guard dogs or large cats. They also have a strong aversion to lavender plants. Sometimes the goblins can be seen working in groups with scavenging animals such as foxes or crows, to reach better treasures deep within the garbage.