Goblinfynder is, like all goblins, short of stature and long of limb. They stand somewhere between 3 and 4 feet tall with the lanky, bony arms and legs typical of their kind. Their knobby fingers end in long, slightly pointed nails (always painted!). Their hands and feet are just slightly too large to be proportional to their body but they do not look ungainly for it. Their head, too, seems ever so slightly larger than it ought to be and more oval-shaped than a human head, though, again, this does not slow them down. Their skin is a rich, mossy green. Their torso can best be described as “wiry;” A shock of long, curly, slightly-tangled dark-brown hair grows from the top of their head, the right side of which is shaved close but not to the scalp. The shaved section does not quite reach the top of their head and the effect is rather like they have a side-part in their hair. Their cheeks are covered in scruffy hair which almost reaches the corners of their mouth. Their eyes are large and round but have a peculiar habit of appearing very angular when Mischief Is Afoot; the sclera is white, the irises are red, and the pupils are round. Their ears are long and pointed, extending outwards from the side of their head, and are adorned with numerous piercings. Their nose is noticeable, though not overly large, and pointed without much of a hook or an upturn, though there is a place on the bridge which bears evidence of a break, particularly when viewed in profile. Their mouth is wide and many sharp teeth are visible when they smile, which is often; even when their mouth is closed one canine can still be seen poking out. Their tongue is slightly pointed and juuuust longer than it should be.
They can be conceptualized in one of two ways: either as a Fantasy Goblin from a novel such as The Hobbit or as a traditional anthrosona wearing contemporary clothing. Both shall be described below.
Fantasy Goblin: This conceptualization of Goblinfynder wears a tattered light-brown leather jerkin with pointed cap-sleeves double-crossed at the chest by dark-brown leather straps. Their head is covered by a brown hood which entirely obscures their face in shadow; only their red eyes can be seen, glowing in the darkness. When they smile, their teeth can also be seen, and the grin feels much more dangerous when it is all you can see. Their ears stick out from slits cut in the side of the hood; there are no piercings. At their waist hangs a leather belt with two wicked-looking daggers hanging from it, one on each side, and a number of small pockets and pouches. The daggers have no sheaths but rather hang unprotected from loops on the belt. They wear dirty brown shorts made of some nondescript cloth which reach roughly halfway to the knees and end in torn and ragged edges. Their feet are covered in shapeless leather shoes having no sole or lacing to speak of.
Hipster Goblin: This conceptualization of Goblinfynder is often seen wearing black t-shirts bearing the logo and artwork of heavy metal bands (Iron Maiden being a favourite) underneath long-sleeve flannel shirts paired with blue jeans and black combat boots with yellow laces. In warm weather the flannel is tied around their waist instead. They wear a number of necklaces bearing metal charms, glass beads, feathers, claws, teeth, and other totemic artifacts. They are often seen wearing subtle eye makeup. They wear a small backpack slung over both shoulders. Their glasses have rectangular lenses and relatively thick frames. They often wear a pair of headphones around their neck; how they wear them without hurting their ears is a mystery but they seem to manage, though they do end up pressed up against the side of their head rather than pointing outward.
Goblinfynder is an easygoing and fun-loving goblin, though often that sense of “fun” can come at the expense of others; they are something of a prankster and often make jokes at inappropriate moments to try and lighten a mood or diffuse tension. They are also rather sentimental and keep various treasures and keepsakes on them and have been known to pick up rocks or sticks which catch their eye and carry them around absentmindedly. They smile more often than not and have a noticeable bounce to their gait when they walk.