Everyone loves goblins, right? And by extension, folks are keen on their goblinoid brethren, the militaristic hobgoblins and the sadistic bugbears. Well, this month we introduce a new goblinoid subtype humanoid to Golarion—the kijimuna, a native of the Dragon Empires of Tian Xia. These CR 2 creatures are known for their wild, bright red hair and their wide, mischievous grins, and enjoy fishing almost as much as playing pranks and practical jokes on unsuspecting targets. Much like their Inner Sea cousins, kijimunas have a deep-seated fear of a single creature, in this case the octopus, and when faced with an octopus, a kijimuna either flees in terror or desperately fights. Unlike the other goblinoid races, however, kijimunas are not innately evil, and typically have chaotic neutral alignments.
Unlike the other goblinoid races, however, kijimunas are not innately evil, and typically have chaotic neutral alignments."
I read this post and specifically remembered this point.
When playing thru PFS module #3–11: The Quest for Perfection, Part II: On Hostile Waters...
hostile waters spoilers:
I really really tried not to meta-game when it became clear that one of my party members really wanted to capture and preserve a body part of one of these little guys. When we noticed the caves we straight up ambushed the tribe before they became aggressive.
From this description, I'm also kind of wondering why the module authors put in the flavor text of "inside the caves next to the river you see human bones. If they aren't evil, why would they bother ambushing, killing and eating humans on the river when they could just fish for food?