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  • The huldrefolk stroked the underside of one of the scorpions.

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  • The huldrefolk coveted the shadows where they could hide and slip among the inhabitants of Krynn unnoticed.

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  • An hour passed and still the huldrefolk contemplated the matter.

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  • The huldrefolk had used a similar process to create the wyvern sentries.

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  • Their tails curved upward and writhed like snakes, and the huldrefolk smugly noted a trace of venom on each point.

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  • The construct clacked its mandibles and its black eyes fixed on the huldrefolk.

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  • The creatures looked toward the dragon and the huldrefolk, then down at their feet.

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  • The huldrefolk thrust his thin fingers into the sand and brought up two handfuls.

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  • He was a dark huldrefolk, one of the lost race of faeries who, prior to the gods departing from Krynn, could access the many dimensions that overlapped the world.

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