The dwarves run afoul of goblins, are captured by elves, meet a shapeshifter in the wild woods, and in general have a lively time in their attempts to reach the mountains of their ancestors.
Representing the dwarves, Gimli comes from the mountain kingdom, and for the elves, Legolas joins the company; with Gandalf the wizard, the nine represent the free races in opposition to the Dark Lord Sauron of Mordor.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is an action/adventure game that is a wondrous journey into a land filled with talking animals, Orcs, Elves, Dwarves, Minotaurs and an evil White Witch.
Their journey brings them to Aragorn, a ranger and the true King of Gondor, Legolas, a prince of the wood elves, Gimli, a prince of the Dwarves and Boromir, the son of Gondor's Steward.
Best-known for his remarkable adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy, there's a lot more to filmmaker Peter Jackson than hobbits, orcs, dwarves, and wizards.
Elves, dwarves and many other magical creatures appear throughout Norse mythology and legend, and today's fictional female wood elves are creatures born of that past.
Arbus' photos of transvestites, dwarves, giants, prostitutes and mental patients, in poses and settings that convey a disturbing humanity are still influential today.
Early on in Bilbo's adventure traveling with the twelve dwarves and the Wizard Gandalf, they run afoul of a trio of trolls, who pop all the dwarves in bags.
This world gave birth to several races including dwarves, hobbits, elves, humans and ents complete with languages and thousands of years of rich history.
Ages past, he convinced Elves, Dwarves and Men to forge the great rings of power, giving three to the Elves, five to the Dwarves and nine to the men.