In a marble mausoleum, in the caves of Moria, where the Tomb of Balin (A wise Dwarf lord that fought to re-establish the presence of Dwarfs in the depths but was killed by Orcs together with his companions) is located, a group of brave warriors fight again a legion of grotesque creatures to the sound of drums. Amidst the attack of an Orc horde, a huge humanoid creature with outrageous appearance, half simian, with scaly reptilian skin, raises their long arms in vain, trying to reach the relentless and fearless elf on his back. Hurt by blades and hit by arrows in vital spots, the giant monster unleashes a primal roar when the master archer prepares the coup de grâce in the back of his head. Replicating a memorable action scene that highlights the combat skills of the elf member of the Fellowship of the Ring, Iron Studios bring the statue “Legolas Vs Cave Troll Deluxe – Lord of the Rings – Art Scale 1/10”, a statue compatible with the Battle of Moria diorama, inspired by the scene from the first movie The Fellowship of the Ring, the diorama bring statues from all the characters of the Fellowship of the Ring by Iron Studios, but it also perfectly works on its own.
Created by Morgoth, the first Dark Lord and the primordial source of evil on Middle Earth, the Trolls branched into different categories throughout the eras, but maintained their basic primal features. If exposed to sunlight, these creatures will turn into stone and remain like that for eternity. These creatures are violent and cruel, but stupid, and many of them are used as beasts of burden and combat by the Orcs in Sauron’s army. Legolas, also known as Legolas Greenleaf, was a Sindar Elf part of the Fellowship of the Ring on the Third Age. He is the son of the Elvenking Thranduil of Mirkwood, he is the prince of the Mirkwood, a messenger, and a master archer. With keen eyesight, sensitive hearing, and excellent bowmanship, Legolas was a valuable resource to the other eight members of the Fellowship. His age was never revealed by Tolkien, but it was estimated that he would be between 500 and 3000 years old, which isn’t uncommon for the Elves. Legolas became a great friend of the Dwarf Gimli, despite the long-held enmity between the two races.