Goblins, among other creatures, were present on a battlefield in the Slough of the Disunited Planets. (COMIC: The Warkeeper's Crown)

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According to legend, the Pandorica was the prison of a warrior or goblin who dropped out of the sky and tore the world apart until a "good wizard" tricked it and locked it up. River Song remarked that the good wizard had likely been the Doctor himself, though it later became clear that the trickster and warrior in the legend had actually been the Doctor, with the Alliance of his worst enemies being the ones who were to seal him away. (TV: The Pandorica Opens) On the other hand, in his speech to the Clerics in which he told them that the Eleventh Doctor was a living breathing man, Colonel Manton said that the Doctor was not, among other things, a goblin. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)

Christina Rossetti's poem "Goblin Market" referred to goblins. Dee Dee Blasco quoted the poem.

"We must not look at goblin men,
We must not buy their fruits:
Who knows upon what soil they fed
Their hungry, thirsty roots?" (TV: Midnight)

Members of the Great Houses regarded the Sontarans as "goblins"; Larissa remembered the Sontaran invasion of Gallifrey as a "goblin infestation", (PROSE: Newtons Sleep) and in Mujun: The Ghost Kingdom the Seventy-Ninth Sontaran Assault Corps was represented by a "goblin-hoarde". (PROSE: The Book of the War, AUDIO: The Eleven Day Empire)

Goblin's Copse was a rural English village near Beaconsfield. (PROSE: Beautiful Chaos, TV: The Last Sontaran)

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