Time to learn something!
1. Go to Wikipedia.
2. Click on “Random article” in the left-hand sidebar box.
3. Post it!
This one’s really for the nerds (Confession – First Husband was a D&D player, and I sat in on some sessions during college):
Elf (Dungeons & Dragons)
In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, elves are a humanoid race that are one of the primary races available for play as player characters. Elves are renowned for their grace and mastery of magic and weapons such as the sword and bow. Becoming physically mature by the age of 25 and emotionally mature at around 125 (Races of the Wild; Williams, Skip), they are also famously long-lived, capable of living more than half a millennium and remaining physically youthful. They rarely die due to the wear of age. Possessed of innate beauty and easy gracefulness, they are viewed as both wondrous and haughty by other races; however, their natural detachment is seen by some as introversion or xenophobia.
There are numerous different subraces of elves, including aquatic elves, dark elves (Drow), grey elves, high elves, moon elves, rockseer elves, snow elves, sun elves, valley elves, wild elves (grugach), wood elves, and winged elves (avariel). The offspring of humans and elves are known as “half-elves” among humans, and as “half-humans” among elves.
If you want more details on this, you could click the links, but you’re probably going to consult one of your official D&D manuals instead of Wikipedia, aren’t you?