A race of pointed-ear humanoids with origins in Germanic mythology, usually seen as divine or endowed with magical powers. The name elf is from Old English ælf (plural ylfe), ultimately from a Common Germanic *alboz (also *albiz), corresponding to Old Norse álfr, Old High German alb. The traditional elf is seldom seen outside of Santa's workshop, with most if not all quests using the modern fantasy standard.
- Moonleaf, titular character
- Celeyilo Quest, titular character
- Mudy Quest - Elves and Dark Elves each have a major city.
- Knight Blades - Elves here live in a city hidden in their forest.
- Fortune's Call - An elven city is visited.
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|Races and Species|
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