The goblins, as I have them in my world, the goblins have a strong tribal identity, because they are the weakest race, and thus can only hope to survive by sticking together. Thus, Groggar would not be outcasted, because they would need every fighter they can get. Groggar was simply outcasted from his peers, not the actual tribe, because of his genius. Go to Comment
I would have been interested to see some of the spiritual connotations and concepts associated with the labyrinth, or perhaps a tad bit of history of the classical maze. I was aware of the difference before reading this submission, which is very much more about labyrinths not being mazes. Go to Comment
In the middle of an unimportant combat with some bandits a burst of wild magic transforms all of the PCs and their opponents in to random animals and monsters. They retain their intelligence (though not, of course, the ability of speech). They can either carry on the combat in their new forms, panic, or otherwise react how they see best. After about an hour, they return, unharmed, to their normal form.