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Dark E.L.F

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Another commissions done by amaet.

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"The mere ability to speak is not necessarily a marker of higher intelligence.”


Having used the phrase in petty human squabbling, to have these words thrown back in my face admittedly stung a great deal. The moniker “Dark Elf” is well earned; a pitiful prayer to hope it refers only to the charcoal blackness of their skin. Undoubtedly the best action in response at even glimpsing a lone soul in the distant horizon should be to run and keep running till one feints of exhaustion.


Elves are known for their unabashed opinion of superiority to other creatures, but that’s otherwise accompanied with pity and sense of duty in “aiding the primitives”. Even violence perpetrated against them is often seen as an animal lashing out, sadly ignorant of its best interest. With this sub-species of E.L.F however, all others are but insects polluting the universe with their imperfection. It is almost thankful they think so low of us that to put effort into our extermination would be too much of an acknowledgment of our ability to hinder their plans.


Completing the Elf Holy Trinity (though there are still more to come). Dark E.L.F’s are distinguishable by the ebon tones of their skin, back leaning ears, and not-so-subtle high tech aesthetic that that clashes against their meditative or nature inclined peers whom like to put a curtain around the machine. The cranial objects of Dark E.L.Fs are metallic in nature and bodily markings take on a cybernetic tone. Always sure to be a popular choice.

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