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I'm archiving your cache as it has been disabled for more than a one month and it is lost, completely damaged or inappropriate. Caches should be visited and maintained within 30 days after disabling.
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If there are still leftovers from container I would appreciate if other players could collect them so that there are no trash in the nature.

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Earth dwarves

A cache by Knagis Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/09/2010
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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[LAT] Zemes rūķi ir visvecākā rūķu cilts šajā mežā. Tie būvē savas mītnes no akmeņiem, koka, saknēm, niedrēm - visa, kas mežā sastopams. No senseniem laikiem tie dzīvo pazemē, būvē garas ejas ar daudzām telpām.

[ENG] Earth dwarves is the oldest dwarven clan in this forest. They build their homes from stones, wood, roots, reed - everything that can be found in the forest. From ancient times they live underground, building long tunnels with many different rooms.

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