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Tauriel
Tauriel
Alignment Protagonist
Race Elf
Weapons/Equipment Twin Daggers
Dead or Alive Alive
Nationality Mirkwood
Status Head of the Elven Guard of Mirkwood
Tauriel is a fictional character from Peter Jackson's feature film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. The character does not appear in the original book, but was created by Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh for the film series, the first part of which has been released in December, 2012. She is a Woodland Elf whose name means "Daughter of Mirkwood", and is the head of the Mirkwood Elven guard. She is played by actress Evangeline Lilly.

Tauriel is a LEGO Hobbit minifigure that was released on November 27th, 2012.


LoreEdit

In 1937 J. R. R. Tolkien published the fantasy novel The Hobbit, whose plot centers on a group consisting of the Hobbit Bilbo Baggins, the wizard Gandalf and thirteen dwarves who go in search of a treasure guarded by the dragon, Smaug. During the course of their travels, they enter the black forest of Mirkwood, where they find themselves in the dungeons of the Silvan Elves. During the climactic Battle of Five Armies at the end of the story, the dwarves, men and elves band together to fight an army of goblins and wargs.

Although the character Tauriel does not appear in this story, she was created to be the head of the Elven guard by Peter Jackson and his wife and producing partner Fran Walsh for their multi-film adaptation. A Woodland Elf, her name means "Daughter of Mirkwood".

DescriptionEdit

She has a special elven hair piece, that is auburn and includes ears. She has a specially printed green torso and legs, made to look like an elven outfit. She also has a unique face.

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See AlsoEdit

Lore SourceEdit

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tauriel

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