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Salt mine worker

"In the grand desert of the south lie several salt mines. Those who work there rarely go into the cities and the flow of their lives is entirely dictated by the mines, such is the routine of the dregs of the southerners society. It is quite easy to recognize the miners if and when they go into the cities from their whitened hands and feet. It only takes a few months in the mines before the change in color happens. If you were to touch the hand of one of them, you would notice how sharp and rough it feels as their scales are coated in tiny salt crystals. These crystals are also the cause of the disease of the depths, which despite its name is not caused by being far below ground, but instead by the miners body becoming too salinated.

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