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Legolas | The One Wiki to Rule Them All This article is about the Elf of Mirkwood Lord Of East China Sea II For the Elf of Gondolin see Legolas elf of Gondolin Legolas was a Sindarin elf who was part of the Fellowship of the Ring in the Third Age As he was the son of the Elvenking Thranduil of Mirkwood Legolas was a Prince of the Woodland Realm Mirkwood a messenger and a master bowman With his keen eyesight sensitive hearing and excellent bowmanship Legolas was a valuable resource to the other eight members of the Fellowship His age was never stated by Tolkien Legolas was wellknown for becoming friends with the dwarf Gimli despite their long held differences It is not known whether Legolas was Thranduils only son or whether he was heir to his fathers crown Biography Early Life Legolas was the son of Thranduil the King of the Elves of Northern Mirkwood War of the Ring Legolas came to the Council of Elrond in Rivendell the great meeting held by the Elf lord Elrond as a messenger from his father to discuss the escape of Gollum When the council was choosing the Nine Walkers to pit against the Nine Riders Legolas volunteered to represent the elves and become one of the members of the Fellowship that set out to destroy the One Ring 3 Legolas in combat with the Goblins during the Skirmish in Balins Tomb During their journey Legolas would stay at the rear due to his keen eyes On Caradhras Legolas was able to run nimbly over the snow leaving behind little imprint whereas his companions struggled to plow through it 4 When Gandalf gave his counsel Legolas voted against passing through Moria In the morning the Fellowship was waylaid by wargs and Legolas fought for their defense After the battle he picked up his arrows save one which was damaged 5 Gimli quarreled with him in Moria which was not unexpected considering the ancient quarrel between Elves and Dwarves which began after the destruction of Doriath and also because Legolas father Thranduil once had imprisoned Gimlis father Glóin 6 He and Gimli became friends moreover when Gimli greeted the Elven queen Galadriel with gentle words The Fellowship left Lothlórien after receiving several gifts Legolas was given a new Galadhrim longbow along with other gifts that Galadriel and Celeborn gave him and the rest of the Fellowship such as Elven cloaks and Lembas elven bread 7 While the Fellowship was travelling over the River Anduin Legolas used his new bow to shoot down a nearby Nazgûl with one masterful shot in the dark 8 Legolas and Aragorn sang a song of lament for the fall of Boromir 9 He led the rest of the Fellowship through Rohan when Merry and Pippin were taken by the Urukhai Also in Rohan he acquired a grey horse named Arod on which he and Gimli would often ride together 10 In Fangorn Forest Legolas Aragorn and Gimli were reunited with Gandalf now called Gandalf the White Upon their meeting Gandalf delivered the messages of Galadriel to the Three Hunters Legolas Greenleaf long under tree In joy thou hast lived Beware of the Sea If thou hearest the cry of the gull on the shore Thy heart shall then rest in the forest no more Galadriels message to Legolas1 Legolas and Gimli at Helms Deep by John Howe In the Battle of the Hornburg Legolas and Gimli engaged in an Orcslaying contest11 that Gimli won the score being 42 to 43 respectively though Legolas was not jealous stating You have passed my score by one but I do not grudge you the game so glad am I to see you on your legs 12 In Rohan he and Gimli followed Aragorn and Elladan and Elrohir to the Paths of the Dead His horse Arod refused to enter the paths and Legolas calmed him Their company rode on with Elladan on the last but Legolas turned back and saw the Dead following the Grey Company The Dead are following I see shapes of Men and of horses and pale banners like shreds of cloud and spears like winterthickets on a misty night The Dead are following Legolas in the Paths of the Dead13 Legolas fought in the Battle of the Pelennor Fields with Gimli and the sons of Elrond 14 After the battle he and Gimli entered Minas Tirith Legolas sang an elvensong as he walked and suggested that the place needed more gardens They meet Prince Imrahil and went to the Houses of Healing There he heard the cries of the gulls at Pelargir and sang a song about his sealonging 15 Silver flow the streams from Celos to EruiIn the green fields of LebenninTall grows the grass there In the wind from the SeaThe white lilies swayAnd the golden bells are shaken of mallos and alfirinIn the green fields of LebenninIn the wind from the Sea 15 After the War Legolas and Gimli sail to Valinor by Ted Nasmith After the destruction of the One Ring and of Sauron Legolas stayed for the coronation of Aragorn and his marriage to Arwen Later Legolas and Gimli travelled together to Helms Deep visiting the Glittering Caves and then later traveled through Fangorn Forest as Legolas and Gimli had agreed Eventually Legolas came to Ithilien with some of his people with his fathers leave to live out his remaining time in Middleearth helping to restore the devastated forests of that warravaged land After the death of King Elessar Legolas made a ship in Ithilien and through Anduin he left Middleearth to go over the sea His strong friendship with Gimli prompted him to invite Gimli to go to the Undying Lands making him the first and only Dwarf to do so 216 Etymology Legolas by Magali Villenueve The name Legolas is a Silvan dialect form of pure Sindarin Laegolas Greenleaf It consists of the Sindarin words laeg green and golas a collection of leaves foliage being a prefixed collective form of lass leaf 17 The Quenya translation of Legolas is Laiqualassë 1819 There might however be a certain meaning to his name laeg is a very rare archaic word for green which is normally replaced by calen cf Calenhad mutated Parth Galen and plural Pinnath Gelin and is otherwise almost only preserved in Laegrim Laegeldrim Sindarin form of Quenya Laiquendi the Green Elves of the First Age It may be that Thranduil named his son Legolas to at least in part refer to this people who were remote kin and ancestors of the later Silvan Elves the people Thranduil ruled Character Young Legolas by Anna Lee Although he lived among them and in their culture Legolas was not fully of the Silvan Elves As a son of the Elvenking Thranduil who had originally come from Doriath Legolas was at least part Sindarin Elf as his mothers identity is completely unknown This is complicated by the fact that a small minority of Sindarin Elves ruled the predominantly Silvan Woodland Realm of Northern Mirkwood a minority to which Legolas belonged The Sindarin minority in that realm who should have been nobler and wiser than the Silvan Elves can be seen as having gone native at the end of the First Age after Morgoth was defeated and all of the grand Elfkingdoms of Beleriand were destroyed they can be seen as going back to a simpler time in their culture 20 Like all elves Legolas has a great respect and appreciation for nature While in Fangorn Forest he longed to return once more in order to explore its wonders more thoroughly He is kind and cares greatly for his friends even Gimli the Dwarf though it was a rarity for Elves and Dwarves to express a liking for one another because of their feud Due to his age however he sometimes seems rather patronizing toward the mortals around him 1 Age Tolkien does not specifically give Legolas age but many have used what details Tolkien does give to hazard a guess There are no known dates concerning Legolas before TA 3018 Its safe to say that Legolas was most likely born after Oropher his grandfather moved his people across the Misty Mountains since in the book he referred to the Ñoldor elves as a strange race That would mean hes at most 5000 years old which places his birthdate in the latter part of the Second Age at the earliest Legolas is never mentioned in any account of the Last Alliance of Elves and Men so most assume he was born in the Third Age after Isildur took the Ring of Power Legolas has never been to Lórien before he travels there with the Fellowship Therefore we can assume that he was not with his grandfathers people when they left Lórien for Northern Mirkwood Before the Shadow of Dol Guldur fell on Mirkwood in TA 1000 Legolas people spent time amongst their Lórien neighbors But when the Shadow fell they retreated before it as it spread ever northward until at last Thranduil established his realm in the northeast of the forest and delved there a fortress and great halls underground So it seems likely that Legolas birthdate was after TA 1000 when the Kingdom of Northern Mirkwood was created This would make him younger than any other elf character in the series including Arwen In the Lord of the Rings Trilogy Legolas refers to his travelling companions many times as children Yet when he arrived at Fangorn he claimed to feel young compared to the forest saying It is old very old So old that I almost I feel young again as I have not felt since I journeyed with you children 1 Weapons Legolas famously used an Elven bow as well as a long white dagger both with lethal precision He would prefer to pierce his enemies from afar but his daggers were sometimes used for close combat In Lothlorien he was given a longbow of the Galadhrim which was longer and stouter than those of the fashion of Mirkwood 21 Nevertheless he adapts to his new bow and makes deadly use of it in the remainder of the War of the Ring This bow had a draw weight of about 150 pounds It could reputedly send an arrow with fatal force for over 400 yards The bow was over six feet tall and was made from a single piece of Mallorn heartwood Its string had a single strand of Galadriels hair entwined with it to help speed the arrow along even faster Legolas skill with the bow is revered even as equal to that of Beleg Cúthalion in the First Age Legolas Bow of the Galadhrim Legolas iconic dual long knives One in the books Behind the Scenes The Elves in Tolkiens legendarium were often associated as fairylike beings who grew great in stature However when Legolas was visually rendered as pretty or ladylike Tolkien was wrathful and added a description as Legolas as He was as tall as a young tree lithe immensely strong able swiftly to draw a great warbow and shoot down a Nazgûl endowed with the tremendous vitality of Elvish bodies so hard and resistant to hurt that he went only in light shoes over rock or through snow the most tireless of all the Fellowship J R R Tolkien on Legolas 22 The Hobbit John D Rateliff speculates in The History of the Hobbit that had Tolkien gone on to finish the 1960 edit of the The Hobbit proceeding to add to the Mirkwood scenes it might have been possible Legolas would have been introduced If Tolkien’s projected rewriting of our story in 1960 had proceeded as far as the Mirkwood chapters we might have been able to discover whether he intended to bring Legolas into Mr Baggins’ story after all in the light of later knowledge we can say he would almost certainly have been present at the Battle of Five Armies there is no sign of it in the admittedly sketchy notes that survive But even this would hardly have resolved the question of what was in Tolkien’s mind almost thirty years earlier when he wrote The Hobbit since by that later date he was committed to the decision that Thingol and the Elvenking were two different characters Appearance in the Books and Films In the books The Fellowship of the Ring The Two Towers The Return of the King In the movies The Fellowship of the Ring The Two Towers The Return of the King The Hobbit The Desolation of Smaug The Hobbit The Battle of the Five Armies Portrayal in adaptations Lord of the Rings film trilogy Legolas in Ithilien In Peter Jacksons movie adaptation Legolas role stays much the same as it does in the books although the bond between Legolas and Gimli is greatly expanded While Legolas skill described in the book is fantastic the movie adaptations further exaggerate his combat prowess Legolas wields a Rohirric sword at the Battle of Helms Deep presumably because his daggers would not be very effective from horseback Lord Of East China Sea II He also carries two knives across his back instead of a single knife in his belt In the extended version of The Lord of the Rings The Return of the King 2003 Legolas is shown to hold his liquor very well Éomer challenged Legolas and Gimli to a drinking game Legolas I feel something a slight tingling on my fingers I think its affecting me Gimli What did I tell you He cant hold his liquor passes outLegolas Game over The drinking game in The Return of the King Extended Edition In the official movie guide for The Lord of the Rings a birthdate for Legolas is set to TA 87 This would make him 2931 years old at the time of the War of the Ring Coincidentally Aragorn was born during the year 2931 in the Third Age Due to a technical mishap involving Orlando Blooms contact lenses Legolas eye colour in the films sometimes changes between brown and blue Peter Jackson also filmed but never used footage of Legolas in his new home The Hobbit film trilogy Do not think I wont kill you dwarf It would be my pleasure Legolas to Thorin in The Desolation of Smaug Legolas confronts Thorin and Company In The Hobbit The Desolation of Smaug Orlando Bloom returns to the role of Legolas Although Legolas does not appear anywhere in the novel The Hobbit he has a significant role as the son of the Elven king Thranduil within their Mirkwood realm Bloom joins Ian McKellen Ian Holm Andy Serkis Christopher Lee Cate Blanchett Hugo Weaving and Elijah Wood from the Lord of the Rings trilogy As Thorin and Company are attacked by spiders Woodland Elves led by Legolas and Tauriel help rescue the Dwarves They take the Dwarves into custody and confiscate their weapons Legolas attention is attracted by Orcrist which he recognizes as a sword from Gondolin Upon reaching Gloin Legolas confiscates a locket which showcases his wife and son Gimli and speaks insultingly about both of them In the palace Legolas remarks that Kíli has been looking at Tauriel in a different way to which Tauriel only smiles and remarks that Kíli is tall for a Dwarf Later Thranduil confronts Tauriel and remarks that Legolas has grown fond of her and that she should not give him hope where there is none since he is the son of a king and she is only a common woodland elf even if she is captain of his guard Later Legolas watches from the far as Tauriel stands outside Kílis cell and talks with him After the Dwarves escape Thranduils caverns Legolas leads the Mirkwood guard after them Along the way they encounter Bolg and his troops who have killed the Elven guards by the bridge and are attacking the doors Legolas and his elves manage to kill most of the Orcs and drive off the rest but Thorin and Company are able to escape Legolas and Tauriel return to the palace bringing Narzug a hostage Orc for questioning They interrogate the orc about Thorin Oakenshield but the enemy does not answer properly prompting the Elven king to slay Narzug himself Thranduil then orders that no one enter or leave his kingdom without his knowledge As Legolas gives out the orders a soldier informs him that Tauriel has left the forest Legolas goes after her Legolas using Orcrist In Laketown Legolas and Tauriel arrive just in time to rescue Kíli Fíli Bofur and Oin from being killed by Bolg Legolas runs after the escaping Orcs decapitates Fimbul and confronts Bolg himself using Thorins sword Orcrist Amidst the fight Legolas has to fight several Orcs who intercede which allows Bolg to escape After dispatching the other Orcs Legolas only slightly wounded takes a horse and pursues Bolg In The Hobbit The Battle of the Five Armies Legolas and Tauriel travel to Gundabad and discover that Bolg is leading a great army of Orcs Trolls and Bats from the north They later return to Dale in order to warn Thranduil and the other armies When Tauriel confronts Thranduil she is defended by Legolas who further establishes his independence by accompanying her to warn Thorin Dwalin Fili and Kili Legolas separates himself from Tauriel and assists Thorin by shooting down foes from a tower When he finds Tauriel being attacked by Bolg Legolas rescues her and confronts Bolg in her stead After a hardfought battle on a collapsing tower Legolas emerges victorious and returns Orcrist to Thorin After the battle Legolas is once again confronted by his father who allows him to be on his own Thranduil suggests that Legolas must meet one of the Dunedain called Strider and encourages Legolas to learn Striders real name on his own While at Gundabad Legolas makes a reference to his mother to Tauriel Apparently she had died during an ancient battle between the Elves and the Orcs and that there was nothing to remember her by given how there was no grave and his father never spoke of the matter However before Legolas left to find Strider Thranduil assured him that his mother loved him more than life itself Speaking of Legolas return for The Hobbit films Peter Jackson has remarked Hes Thranduils son and Thranduil is one of the characters in The Hobbit and because elves are immortal it makes sense Legolas would be part of the sequence in the Woodland Realm As for his return as Legolas Orlando Bloom remarked that The Elves always steal the show Ralph Bakshi version Legolas in Ralph Bakshis animated version of Lord of the Rings Legolas has also been portrayed by Anthony Daniels in the 1978 Ralph Bakshi animated version of The Lord of the Rings Radio versions Legolas was voiced by Frank Duncan in the 1956 radio series by John Vickery in the 1979 radio series and by David Collings in the 1981 BBC Radio 4 adaptation Voice Dubbing actors Foreign Language Voice dubbing artist Spanish Latin America José Antonio Macías Spanish Spain Sergio Zamora Portuguese Brazil TelevisionDVD Sérgio Moreno FOTR TTT Extended Edition ROTKAlexandre Marconatto ROTKPhilippe Maia The Hobbit trilogy German Philipp Moog Italian Italy Massimiliano Manfredi Hungarian Károly Rékasi French France Denis Laustriat Czech Czech Republic Michal Jagelka Slovak Vladimír Kobielský Polish Lesław Żurek The Hobbit trilogy Turkish Murat Şen Video games In The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Legolas is voiced by Michael Reisz In Peter Jacksons movie The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers 2002 video game and the movie based The Lord of the Rings The Return of the King 2003 video game and The Lord of the Rings The Third Age 2004 Legolas is voiced by Orlando Bloom In The Lord of the Rings Aragorns Quest based on Peter Jacksons movie Trilogy Legolas is voiced by Orlando Bloom Legolas appears as a hero in The Lord of the Rings Battle for Middle Earth and The Lord of the Rings The Battle for Middleearth II is voiced by Crispen Freeman for both games Legolas appears as a hero in The Lord of the Rings Conquest and voiced by Crispen Freemen in the PS3 and Xbox 360 version There is a specific achievement called That still only counts as one which is earned by using Legolas to kill an Oliphaunt single handedly just like Legolas did in the third of Peter Jacksons movies and is named after what Gimli said to him immediately afterwards In The Lord of the Rings War in the North Legolas was voiced by voice actor Crispin Freeman In The Guardians of Middleearth Legolas appears as an online multiplayer character In LEGO The Lord of the Rings The Video Game Legolas is voiced by Orlando Bloom since in the game actual movie audio is used for cutscenes and other dialogue needed Legolas is able to jump higher than other characters in game Legolas also appears in The Lord of the Rings Online and can be found in the Guest Rooms of Rivendell and in Cerin Amroth in Lothlórien In The Hobbit Armies of the Third Age Legolas makes his most recent appearance as a hero for the Elven faction A Prince of the Woodland Realm Legolas is a lethal fighter who is fiercely loyal to his father However as the outside world encroaches on the Wood Elves Legolas has ventured forth to help defend his people from dwarves orcs and other threats Description of Legolas in The Hobbit Armies of the Third Age Gallery Legolas in The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Legolas in Rivendell Legolas in The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Legolas receives his Galadhrim bow Legolas full appearance for The Hobbit films A closeup on Legolas from Empire Magazine Legolas character poster for The Hobbit The Desolation of Smaug A French character poster of Legolas Tauriel and Legolas poster Legolass character poster for The Hobbit The Battle of the Five Armies Legolas and Bard in the The Hobbit films Legolas and Tauriel in Laketown LEGO Legolas LEGO Legolas Legolas as a LEGO minifigure Legolas from The Lord of the Rings Online Legolas in Guardians of Middleearth Legolas full appearance for The Hobbit Armies of the Third Age Legolas in Armies of the Third Age Translations around the World Foreign Language Translated name Amharic ለጎላስ Arabic ليجولاس Armenian Լեգոլաս Belarussian Cyrillic Легалас Bengali লেগলাস Bulgarian Cyrillic Леголас Catalan Légolas Chinese Hong Kong 勒苟拉斯 Chinese China 莱古拉斯 Chinese Taiwan 萊戈拉斯 Georgian ლეგოლასი Greek Λέγκολας Gujarati લેગલોસ Hebrew לגולס Japanese レゴラス Kannada ಲೆಗೊಲಸ್ Kazakh Cyrillic Леголас Korean 레골라스 Kyrgyz Cyrillic Лэголас Macedonian Cyrillic Леголас Malayalam ലെഗോലാസ് Mongolian Cyrillic Леголас Nepalese ळेगोलस Persian لگولاس Punjabi ਲੈਗੋਲਸ Russian Леголас Sanskrit ळेगोलस् Serbian Леголас Cyrillic Legolas Latin Sinhalese ලෙගෝලස් Tajik Cyrillic Леголас Tamil லெகோலாஸ் Telugu లెగోలాస్ Thai เลโกลัส Ukrainian Cyrillic Леголас Urdu لیگولہس Uyghur لەگولاس Uzbek Леголас Cycillic Legolas Latin Yiddish לעגאָלאַס The Fellowship of the Ring                                              Frodo · Sam · Merry · Pippin · Gandalf · Aragorn · Legolas · Gimli · Boromir Lord of the Rings Wiki Featured articles People Faramir · Sauron · Witchking of Angmar · Gollum · Elrond · Frodo Baggins · Samwise Gamgee · Meriadoc Brandybuck · Peregrin Took · Gandalf · Aragorn II Elessar · Legolas · Gimli · Boromir · Galadriel · Elves · HobbitsLocations Middleearth · Gondor · Mordor · RohanOther Mithril · The Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game · The Fellowship of the Ring novel · Works inspired by J R R Tolkien · The Lord of the Rings · The Lord of the Rings 1978 film · Ainulindalë · Tolkien vs Jackson · Tengwar · Quenya References ↑ 1 01 11 21 3The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Book Three Chapter V The White Rider ↑ 2 02 1The Lord of the Rings Appendix B The Tale of Years Chronology of the Westlands Later Events concerning the Members of the Fellowship of the Ring ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Book Two Chapter II The Council of Elrond ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Book Two Chapter III The Ring goes South ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Book Two Chapter IV A Journey in the Dark ↑ The Hobbit Chapter IX Barrels Out of Bond ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Book Two Chapter VI Lothlorien ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Book Two Chapter IX The Great River ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Book Three Chapter I The Departure of Boromir ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Book Three Chapter II The Riders of Rohan ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Book Three Chapter VII Helms Deep ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Book Three Chapter VIII The Road to Isengard ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Return of the King Book Five Chapter II The Passing of the Gray Company ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Return of the King Book Five Chapter VI The Battle of the Pelennor Fields ↑ 15 015 1The Lord of the Rings The Return of the King Book Five Chapter IX The Last Debate ↑ The Lord of the Rings Appendix A Annals of the Kings and Rulers III Durins Folk ↑ Parma Eldalamberon 17 Words Phrases and Passages in Various Tongues in The Lord of the Rings by J R R Tolkien ↑ The History of Middleearth Vol II The Book of Lost Tales Part Two chapter III The Fall of Gondolin ↑ The Letters of J R R Tolkien Letter 211 dated 14 October 1958 ↑ Unfinished Tales Part Two The Second Age IV The History of Galadriel and Celeborn and of Amroth King of Lórien Appendices Appendix B The Sindarin Princes of the Silvan Elves ↑ The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring Book Two Chapter VIII Farewell to Lorien ↑ The History of Middleearth Vol II The Book of Lost Tales Part Two chapter VI The History of Eriol or Ælfwine and the End of the Tales External link Legolas of Mirkwood Prince Among Equals