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It is about time that we showed some acknowledgment to the underworlds hardest workers...

Posted by Azules on Dec 8th, 2012

It is about time that we showed some acknowledgment to the underworlds hardest workers, the Cave Elves. What better way to show our appreciation for their twenty-four hour work days, and zero dollar paychecks, than by showing you all a brilliant portrait of one; which was created by the very talented, Christian Blom. The Cave Elves are a secretive group that keeps to their selves. They are rarely seen and if you do catch a glimpse of one, chances are they are either sweeping up filth, or are covered in soot from a long day in the mines, and tunnels. Normally people try to avoid them, but today we ask you to give them a pat on the back if you see one and let them know that while we appreciate their hard work and dedication, we still ask that they do not touch us and remain out of sight.

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