Alignment Protagonist
Race Dwarf
Weapons/Equipment Sword, Chain
Dead or Alive Alive
Nationality Erabor, The Iron Hills
Status Thorin's Companion
Dori is a minifigure in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. He came out on November 27, 2012.


Dori was one of the twelve companions of Thorin and Bilbo on the Quest of Erebor. He was the brother of Nori and Ori. It fell to Dori to carry Bilbo in the tunnels of the Misty Mountains, but Dori dropped Bilbo and the other dwarves blamed him for "losing their burglar." Later, during the escape from the Wargs when they all climbed trees, Dori climbed back down to help Bilbo, who could not get up on his own. When the Eagles carried them off, Bilbo grabbed hold of Dori's legs as they went. In The Hobbit, Dori is described as "a decent fellow, despite his grumbling," while Thorin described him as being the strongest member of the company.

He is portrayed by Mark Hadlow in Peter Jackson's adaptation of The Hobbit.


Dori has a unique hair piece, a detailed face with a gray beard and bushy eyebrows, a red torso depicting a large belt and a jacket, dark brown short legs and a short red cape. He comes with a chain flail, and a small sword.

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Dori is a distant relative of Thorin Oakenshield. He is the eldest amongst his brothers Ori and Nori. He is also the strongest in The Company of Dwarves, and spends much of his time watching out for Ori, making sure he hasn’t caught a chill or gotten himself killed by Wargs or Goblins. Eternally pessimistic, with a natural tendency to expect the worst, Dori is still quite prepared to risk life and limb in order to get the job done.



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