Elves have pointed ears, and are thin, fey beings. They are very diverse in appearance, much like humans, and there are said to be different kinds of elves in distant locations. They typically weigh about 120 pounds and are between 5 and 5 ½ feet tall. Though very peaceful people who enjoy good, light food and play, elves are very talented fighters and users of magic. They can wield any weapon and use any armor, in addition to casting spells as a magic-user. An elf must have at least 13 in both prime requisites in order to get the +5% to experience. They must also have an INT of 16 and a STR of 13 to get the +10% bonus.
Elves have infravision of 60 feet, and have keen eyes that allow them, when actively searching, to detect hidden and secret doors with a roll of 1-2 on 1d6. Because of their connection to nature, elves are completely unaffected by the paralysis ghouls can inflict. Elves can speak their alignment language, common, elvish, gnoll, hobgoblin, and orc.Labyrinth Lord Complete
Not exactly. Elves are moderately to significantly taller then Men, typically in the six and a half to seven and a half feet tall range, with corresponding weights (180-225 pounds). They are limited to a maximum level of 10 in the Elf class (which combines the advantages of Fighters with the Druid spell list). At any point after their 100th year, Elves may dual-class into Magic User: unlike their use of Druid spells (which are not limited by weapons or armor worn), Magic User spells may not be cast while wearing any armor.