Waldo Elf is a gentle and lovable elf at the North Pole who often causes problems that sometimes puts Christmas in jeopardy.
A misfit of sorts, he's not stupid, just very, very literal. He's the sort of Elf that if you told him to watch his step, you'd find him staring at a staircase asking which step was his and how long would he need to watch it. Because of this trait he is often mocked - usually behind his back.
He's always happy, always willing to do what he's told--it's just that he doesn't always understand what he's being told to do. He's very curious and oftentimes that get's him in trouble.
He's one of the most likeable elves at the North Pole, which is his saving grace. Waldo's worked just about everywhere at the North Pole, but unlike Jiller, most places are happier to see him leave than to arrive.
Santa allowed Elvin to publish the North Pole Times only if he put Waldo on staff. Even though he gets into trouble sometimes, Waldo has also saved Christmas on more than one occasion.
Waldo Elf is a gentle and lovable Elf at the North Pole who often causes problems that sometimes puts Christmas in jeopardy.
Elvin Elf is the Editor in Chief of the North Pole Times. Always on the go, always on a deadline.
Eugene Elf is Head Reporter of the North Pole Times. Elvin's right-hand elf.
Jiller Elf is a part-time Reporter at the North Pole Times.
Sports reporter for the North Pole Times. Timbo is a sports nut. He saw the Reindeer Games as a little elf, and fell in love with them.
"If something's broken, fix it. If something's not broken, tinker with it anyhow." That's the motto of Gizmo Elf, inventor extraordinaire.
Eddie Elf has been a Columnist for the North Pole Times for several years. He writes weekly "EDitorials" on "wEDnesday" on various Christmas-related topics.
Years ago Santa commissioned Toomer the task of traveling the world and report back to him on the good deeds kids do around the holidays.
Professor Ellie Elf loves teach about all things Christmas. She's specializes in math and quantum physics but enjoys the less complicated lessons as well.