Elven writing exists on objects, books and documents, and much of the writing that exists in the story tells both the history of Middle Earth, as well as prophecies about the future and the Fellowship of the Ring.
To get some easy experience make sure your characters is at least level 10, and then go to the Elven Bane castle in Ab'Dendriel.
Galadrial - A powerful enchantress and the possessor of an Elven ring of power, Galadrial meets the Fellowship during their journey and manages to refuse the One Ring when Frodo would have offered it to her.
If you are a fan of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, then you know that the Lord of the Rings Elven alphabet is an integral part of the entire story throughout each book.
When the One Ring is revealed, Narsil is reforged by elven smiths and renamed Anduril, which Aragorn takes into battle against Sauron again.
In fact, many of the characteristics of the Lord of the Rings Elven Alphabet mirror those of languages like Latin or Tibetan languages.
Sindarin is the common language used by gray Elves and Quenya is the language of scholars also known as High Elven speech.
Each of these elven races have certain characteristics, behaviors, likes and dislikes that set them apart from other elves.
After a period of years, Frodo finds himself unable to settle into Shire life and leaves on an elven ship from the Grey Havens to the land in the west to which the elves are fleeing; it is a land from which there is no return.
Unlike the English alphabet where letters have one or two associated sounds and follow a fairly basic structure, the Elven alphabet follows the Hebrew pattern of placing vowels over consonants, as one example.