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Elf

Elves were mythical creatures.

The First Doctor encountered elves and dwarves on Elbyon. (PROSE: The Sorcerer's Apprentice)

The Sidhe inspired the Leshy of Polish folklore, the Kachinas of Hopi mythology, elves and fairies among other mythical beings. (PROSE: Autumn Mist)

The True History of Planets was a book about elves and magic until it was rewritten as a text to support a revolution on dogworld. (PROSE: Mad Dogs and Englishmen)

Caligaris Epsilon Six was a holiday planet that was designed and constructed to resemble a fantastic medieval European version of Earth. It had genetically engineered elves, cyborg dragons and robotic fairies. (COMIC: A Fairytale Life)

In a shared dream induced by the Kantrofarri, the elves Ian and the Wolf acted as helpers for Santa Claus, aiding him in delivering Christmas presents. (TV: Last Christmas).

The term "elf" was considered racist by elves when used by non-elves, Ian debated about the term's offensiveness with Santa Claus. (PROSE: Ian the Elf )

Mirkwood was a forest where elves lived. Giant spiders and an evil wizard were found there, but the Thirteenth Doctor admitted she usually only remembered the elves. (PROSE: Molten Heart)

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