the little forgotten sentry
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Many years ago, before the advent of televisions and radios, there was a population of dwarves living in a far off corner of Poland, a corner now long left dormant. This colony of dwarves lived separate from their human counterparts, thanks to a massive brick wall commissioned by the dwarf elders to protect their lucrative secrets from the greedy immoral men whose land they bordered.
One of the dwarves' most closely guarded secrets involved their specialist digging machinery, allowing them to dig deeper and more efficiently than any miners in the land. Of course, the dwarves soon became incredibly rich, mining jewels and metal which their neighbours could not reach. It is said that their immense caverns extended deep into their enemies territories.
Needless to say, the new found riches garnered by the dwarves led to their inevitable downfall, a whole race slaughtered by the callous nature of man.
Today, little is remembered of the dwarves, and many claim their lore to be legend. But in certain regions of the continent, if you listen intently with your ear to the ground, you can hear the forgotten clockwork of the dwarves ancient defense systems, ticking away, stalking the abandoned passageways day after day, night after night.
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