Legolas Greenleaf is a Sindarin elf who was part of the Fellowship of the Ring in the Third Age. He is the son of the Elven king Thranduil of Mirkwood, making him a prince of the Woodland Realm, he is known to possess keen eyesight, sensitive hearing and excellent bowmanship which makes him an integral part of the Fellowship
Powers and Stats
Origin: Lord of the Rings
Classification: Elf, Prince of the Woodland Realm
Attack Potency: Street level
Speed: Peak Human
Lifting Strength: Peak Human
Striking Strength: Street Class
Durability: Street level
Stamina: Rather large, can fight for an entire battle without tiring, can run for days and feel no fatigue whatsoever, even going so far as to enjoy it
Range: Human melee, sword length, 24 km with bow
Standard Equipment: Bow of the Galadhrim, two elfish knives (one in the book), one-handed sword (movie only), limitless arrows (movie only).
Intelligence: Clever in battle. Often thinks of ways to kill multiple enemies at once, such as shooting down a siege ladder with at least a hundred orcs on it, and cutting a "saddle" off a Mumakil and sending several dozen Haradrim to their death. Possesses knowledge of poetry, learned in the ways of the forests, knows the history of Middle Earth
Weaknesses: Rather closed minded, tends to see things from a direct standpoint, requiring Aragorn to analyze things more closely for him, rather eccentric, even air-headed at times.