This crossword clue is for the definition: Immortal Middle-earth dweller.
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Possible Answers: ELF.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 20 Jan 20, Monday
Random information on the term “ELF”:
In many works of modern fantasy, elves are depicted as a race or species of pointy-eared humanoid beings. These depictions arise from the álfar of Norse mythology influencing elves in fantasy as being semi-divine and of human stature, who’s key traits are being friendly with nature and animals (Oftentimes being able to communicate with some facet of nature). However, this differs from Norse and the traditional elves found in Middle Ages folklore and Victorian era literature. However, the Norse did travel to the North American continent developing a trade route with Native Americans taking with them stories and legends back to Europe. It is possible the Elf culture is based upon Native Americans delivered to Europe during these trade routes long forgotten as this route was hundreds of years before Christopher Columbus accidentally sailing to the Americas.
Post-Tolkien fantasy elves (popularized by the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game) tend to be immortal or longeval in comparison to humans, more beautiful and wiser, with sharper senses and perceptions, and abilities or crafts that seem alien or magical. Often elves do not possess facial or body hair, are not portrayed fat or old and are consequently perceived to be androgynous. As a race, Elves are typically depicted as more ancient than humans or other races, mentioned to have flourished in a sort of Golden Age which has been forgotten by other races. That age was often long before other races appeared or were created. Consequently, Elves are often a living relic of a setting’s respective fictional mythology and source of its lore.