Alignment Protagonist
Race Dwarf
Weapons/Equipment Two Swords
Dead or Alive Dead
Nationality Erabor, The Iron Hills
Status Companion of Thorin
Fíli is a The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey charactef. He was released on November 27th, 2012.


Fíli was one of the twelve companions of Thorin and Bilbo on the Quest of Erebor. He and his brother Kíli were the sons of Dís, Thorin's sister. He had a blue cloak, a yellow beard and a long nose, the longest of all the Dwarves on the Quest. The two brothers were described as being young in Dwarf terms, younger than the rest by some fifty years. They also had the best eyesight and so were often sent scouting or searching. The brothers are consistently described as cheerful, the only two to have come out of the barrels at Lake-town "more or less smiling." After the battle with the spiders he is forced to cut off most of his beard because it is covered in webbing.

Although Chapter 8 of The Hobbit describes Fíli as the youngest, in Appendix A of The Lord of the Rings his birthyear is given as T.A. 2859, whereas Kíli's is 2864. Both brothers fell at the Battle of Five Armies, defending their uncle Thorin, and were buried with honor.


Fíli comes with a new hairpiece that is also used for Thorin and Kíli, though his is auburn while theirs are black. He has a unique and detailed face, with an auburn beard printed onto it. He has short, dark brown legs, and a torso depicting belts and a fur coat.

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Fili was born into the royal line of Durin. He was raised under the stern guardianship of his uncle, Thorin Oakenshield. Along with his brother Kili, Fili is one of the youngest in The Company of Dwarves. He has never traveled far, nor ever seen the fabled Dwarf City of Erebor. A skilled fighter, Fili sets off on the adventure ahead with little idea of the challenges and dangers that lie before him.



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