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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishelveselves /elvz/ noun  x-refthe plural of elf
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elvesIn the terrible battle that followed many Dark Elves were driven howling with hatred and fear off the cliff tops.While the Dark Elves fought on the beaches another force of High Elves had landed miles away.The Dark Elves had the greater number and their allies were fell.Other armies, such as High Elves, are magnificent at defence in depth.Inch by bloody inch the High Elves fought their way on to the beach.You can also make up a lot about the elves.In this age the Elves spread and multiplied.He swiftly decided that it would be better for the Elves to have these people as allies rather than enemies.

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