Thranduil has an exclusive headpiece; a combination of his leaved wooden crown and a blonde Elf headpiece. He wears a green coat with gold-silver designs and a brooch. Thranduil comes with grey legs underneath, printed with part of the coat, and a blood-red cape.
Thranduil has a two-faced head, one has a calm and cold face, the other has an expression of shouting or a battle cry. He has notably thick brown eyebrows and lines on his face.
Thranduil, also known as the Elvenking, was the king of the Woodland Realm, a Kingdom of Mirkwood Elves, and the father of Legolas Greenleaf. When Thorin Oakenshield and Company passed through Mirkwood, he had his guards lock them in cells when the Dwarves refused to tell them their intentions. Unfortunately for him, they all escaped with the aid of Bilbo Baggins. Enraged, Thranduil ordered his Elves to go after them and to shut all entrances in and out of his Realm.
Thranduil later fought in the Battle of the Five Armies alongside his fellow Elves, the Men of Lake-town, Thorin's Company and the Dwarves of the Iron Hills against the Orcs-Goblins of the Misty Mountains.
About 60 years later, when the One Ring was reported to have been found, he sends his son, Legolas, to Rivendell to represent his people in the Council.
- He had once mentioned to Thorin that he had fought the Great Serpents of the North. The Great Serpents can presumably be the Long-worms, a race of wingless dragons that aided the first Dark Lord of Middle-earth, Melkor, whose realm was in the Far North.
- In The Hobbit films, Thranduil is played by Lee Pace who also plays Ronan the Accuser in Guardians of the Galaxy.