OK, an entry from me too...
The Falcon Airlines Cabin Crew
The Dwarves have always been renowned for their great craftmanship, haven't they? So of course no one was surprised when they took to the air in the seemingly never-ending war against the trolls. However, the shock of seeing the trolls follow up into the skies far made up for that. Maybe that is why the victory of the trolls was so quick and devastating, it was only a matter of months before their mechanical monstrosities (referred to as "the Falcons" by the trolls themselves who didn't at all enjoy the description "mechanical monstrosities", they were proud of their airships, mind you) had wiped out all kinds of resistance. And now all was well in the jungle you'd say, no? In fact it wasn't, for years and years the trolls debated, bickered and fought about what to do with their dear mechanic.... Falcons until one day their greatest chieftain came up with a solution that was so easy and brilliant that it would take trolls alone to not think of it from the start. They would use the Falcons for transport in their new vast empire of course! And thus, The Falcon Airlines was born. A blessing for the troll owners who indeed became rich as trolls, as well as for the various inhabitants who really had tired of walking and riding on horseback - and not the least for the soldiers in the old army who were once again needed. For what is a plane without its cabin crew?
So, what does the cabin crew do? Why, they are there to serve the needs of their passengers of course, not to mention being responsible of the safety onboard - demonstrating "life jackets" and all that, even though the trolls personally believe life jackets are for whimps.
It also deserves saying that despite the huge success of the Falcon Airlines there have been complaints about the rough dealings on board but that's something the trollish cabin crew find natural. And come on, with all those weirdoes from across the world cramped together like that you'll have to expect some action, no?
"Hinc satis elucet maiorem habere uim ad discenda ista liberam curiositatem quam meticulosam necessitatem.”
- Augustinus Hipponensis