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An elf was a mythological creature on Earth. (TOS novel: The Rift)

It has been suggested that the legends of elves were actually early Selelvian contact with Humans. (NF novel: Stone and Anvil)

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This is the alphabetic list of the "Dal" races, more commonly known as "Elves." Specific sub-races of Dal vary as much as their influences and habitats. For more information about these elvish races, see the main article, Varieties of Elvenkind.


This category has the following 9 subcategories, out of 9 total.








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Final Fantasy

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This article is about the race from the original Final Fantasy. For the Final Fantasy XI race, see Elvaan.
Elves surrounding the sleeping Prince of Elfheim.

The Elves are a race in the original Final Fantasy that resides in Elfheim. Their leader is the Prince of Elfheim, and they are related to the Dark Elves, the leader of whom has cast the Prince of Elfheim into a deep sleep. Because the elves have four magic shops in their town and are of relatively small stature, it could be assumed that they favor magic over physical might.

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Guild Wars

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Wintersday Elf

Species: Miniature
Profession: Miniature Image:NA-icon-small.png
Level(s): n/a


The Wintersday Elf is a small green hooded elf seen in various outposts during winter celebrations.


  • A player can transform into this elf using a Yuletide Tonic.
  • The model used for the Windersday Elf is vaguely reminiscent of Bob Newhart from the movie Elf.
The color of the ◄ ► encasing a group of minis indicates their text color.
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Marvel Database

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This is the Elf disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Detailed image of an Elf's face.

The Elves are among the longest lived of all the races of RuneScape. Elves are tall and graceful and the females are known for their beauty. They are generally human-looking, but have elongated ears, a less-stocky build and greater natural beauty. Elves usually dress in green. Elves have no need for either human technology nor magic, but instead opt for crystal-based weaponry, technology and magic power, granted by Seren, a deity worshipped by elves. Elves can be pickpocketed at level 85 with the Thieving skill, yielding 353 experience. The average Elf has far greater agility and nimbleness than a human, along with the second great advantage of simply having a longer lifespan, thus drastically increasing their wisdom, knowledge and experience. Unlike the other potent magical races of RuneScape or its adjacent dimensions, such as the fairies and the Mahjarrat, the Elves are at least partially dependent on Gielinor's inherent rune magic created by Guthix using the Stone of Jas, due to the frequent drops of the Elf warrior and the Book on Baxtorian's information revealing that Baxtorian was himself a master of "rune lore", using the stones to control the elements, though much of the magic they utilize does not appear to require runestones, but rather the power of Seren, such as their enchanted Crystal bow. The Elves also possess some knowledge of Runecrafting, Summoning, Farming, Fishing and Herblore due to the rare talismans, charms, seeds, fish and herbs in their possession, as well having even obtained Dragon weapons, forged by the Dragonkin and discovered by the Fairies of Zanaris. Elves are also "much more observant" than men (and, indeed, gnomes and cave goblins), which is why they require such a high Thieving level to pickpocket.

Chaeldar and Sumona, powerful Slayer masters, say that they are irritating to them, which may be why they sometimes assign Elf Warriors as Slayer tasks.

According to a Postbag from the Hedge, "the elvish language, on the other hand, is far more complex, for their tongues are as agile as their minds, and twice as bewildering. The nearest approximations I can make are as follows:

Lletya = *Ch*let-uh-ah (the '*ch*' indicates a slight rolling of the sound at the base of the tongue, as if you were to attempt to clear your throat quietly and politely) Isafdar = Iss-av-daarr (in which the 'I' is pronounced like the 'i' in 'thin', and the 'r' is rolled quaintly)."



Elves have been around since the First Age, after the formation of Gielinor by Guthix. They were led into Gielinor by Seren, originally from another world, through the World Gate, prior to the arrival of humans.

Highly magical, skilled with weapons, peaceful and graceful, these pointy-eared humanoids dwelled with humans and other good races on the main continent of Gielinor. In ages past, the elves had held rule over all the lands of Kandarin. When the God Wars broke out, elves fled from mainland Gielinor into Isafdar. As they retreated beyond the mountains so many years ago, there are few scholars who know very much at all about the elves.

At the end of the God Wars and beginning of the Fourth Age Seren left and sealed the Grand Library and Undercity behind her to protect all it held. What that is currently unknown, however Lord Iorwerth has allegedly been able to break one of the seals.

During the Fourth Age the elves colonized and dominated the region now known as Kandarin and most likely had a great influence among the development of humans. However after a Pax Romana of sorts, despite goblin raids, the Empire fell with Baxtorian as the Iorwerth Clan seized Prifddinas. After five years of a failed campaign, the empire crumbled and the followers of Baxtorian retreated into exile among the woods of Isafdar.

Elves are the mage class of Mobilising Armies, an indication of their extraordinary proficiency with the mystic arts, surpassing that of Dwarves or Goblins. If you follow the combat triangle, Elves are weak against Goblins (range class) but strong against Dwarves (melee class). Light Elves have a combat level of 175, a hitpoints level of 480 and a discipline level of 110 while the Heavy Elves have a combat level of 350, a hitpoints level of 960 and a discipline level of 110 (as these are the normal, non-boosted stats of these Elves, it seems that the Elven race is indeed far more superior physically and magically than the Human race) Light Elves wear lavender robes, and wield different elemental staffs. The Heavy Elves also wield the basic elemental staffs but wear a dark blue shaded robe. The Examine info on both squads say "An uncommon sight, mercenary elves are familiar with battle". While exploring, they find logs.

There is a Champion for each of the races of Humans, Dwarves, TzHaar, Werewolves, Elves and Gnomes in the Champion's Challenge, but only the Human champion, Leon D'Cour, and the gnome champion, Glophren, may be challenged at this time.


The main settlement of elves is Prifddinas, a mighty city that dates from thousands of years ago, and is grown from crystal seeds. Although no human has ever entered its walls, there are rumours of its beauty and the genius of its architecture - rumours which are repeated throughout every text on elven culture that has survived to make it to Varrock.

Other known areas where elves are found is the forests of Isafdar and Arandar. From the Mourning's Ends quest series, it is now known that the Mourners in West Ardougne are actually elves in disguise.

The rebel elves make a point of moving about, though their current settlement - the lodge at Lletya - has been a reliable base for some time now.

According to the Knowledge Base, the geography of Tirannwn has made it hard for them to keep ancestral lands. Whether this is only the former settlements in Kandarin or if there are other areas is unknown.


The elves worship a strange deity called Seren, who communes with the crystal seeds that the elves use to build almost everything.

Sometime in the Fourth Age, the elves broke into two separate groups. Some elves wanted to continue following Seren, whilst others wanted to summon a "Dark Lord", who many believe to be Zamorak. Thus started the civil war. Skirmishes often break out within the forest of Isafdar as the rebels fight to reclaim their lost lands. This could easily be the end of this once powerful race.

Recent events

  • Recently, some of the elves are beginning to become less-trustworthy. Many seek to break into the Temple of Light, or resurrect "The Dark Lord". The identity of the Dark Lord is unknown, but most people speculate that it is Zamorak, Bandos, or Zaros.

Notable elves

Champions' Challenge

Elves are one of the 'races' who have champions of champions in the Champions' Challenge minigame. It is not currently possible to fight the elf champion. Many players expect a future update will allow this champion to be fought, like a 2009 update allowed Glophren, the gnome champion, to be fought.



  • Most of the words in the Elvish language are derived from the Welsh language. For example, Seren is Welsh for "star", Prifddinas is Welsh for "capital city", and Iowerth, Islwyn and Eluned are names in the Welsh language.
  • Elves live to be extremely old. As Mawrth mentioned, an elf in their 30s is a mere child. And the elves flourished under Baxtorian, an elven king during the fourth age, for over 6000 years.
  • An Elf is seen in Meeting History.
  • Mawrth is Welsh for March.
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Elfs, also called Elves, were immortal near-Humans born on the planet Arda. They were known in some parts of the galaxy, but they were thought of as a legend. Most Elfs did not have the technology to leave Arda, and those who had it never returned. One of them left Arda and went to Chandrilla where he married a Human female and had a family. The most famous member of the family was Kundun the Legend, who by that time was more Human than Elf. He also had the eternal life quality, which made him and his family live for four thousand years.

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Elves are legendary creatures from Nordic mythology that became famous in works such as The Lord of the Rings.

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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This creature is in the Humanoids class.

100 Hit points
42 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: 320/320 (Illusionable)
Abilities: Melee (0-15), Arrows (0-25)
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 40 hp per turn
Immune To: Invisibility
Strong To: Holy (-20%)
Neutral To: Physical, Fire, Energy, Ice, Earth, Drown, Life Drain
Weak To: Death (+1%?)
Sounds: "Death to the Defilers!"; "You are not welcome here."; "Flee as long as you can."; "Bahaha aka!"; "Ulathil beia Thratha!".
Behavior: Elves are fierce warriors, they will fight to the death.
Field Notes: They are weak in melee and strong in distance.
Location: Yalahar Foreigner Quarter, Maze of Lost Souls, Orc Fort, Hellgate, Shadowthorn, Ab'Dendriel elf caves, Elvenbane, north of Thais.
Strategy: Just attack them. Their melee is very easy to block, the only danger are the arrows which are rarely used.
They have low defense but be careful, they may be accompanied by Elf Scouts and Elf Arcanists, which are more dangerous.
Loot: 0-30 gp, 0-6 Arrows, 0-2 Plum, Longsword, Leather Boots, Plate Shield, Studded Armor, Studded Helmet, Heaven Blossom (rare), Elvish Talisman (rare). (Loot Statistics)
See also: Creatures.
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