Alignment Protagonist
Race Dwarf
Weapons/Equipment Bow and arrows
Dead or Alive Dead
Nationality Erabor, The Iron Hills
Status Companion of Thorin
Kíli is a The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey minifigure that was released on November 27th, 2012.


Kíli was one of the twelve companions of Thorin and Bilbo on the Quest of Erebor. He and his brother Fíli were the sons of Dís, Thorin's sister. He had a blue cloak and a yellow beard. 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 having been cheerful, and the only two to have come out of the barrels at Lake-town "more or less smiling."

Although Fíli is described as being the youngest in Chapter 8 of The Hobbit, 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 honour.

He is portrayed by Aidan Turner in Peter Jackson's adaptation of The Hobbit.

Official DescriptionEdit

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Kili is the younger brother to Fili. He is a loyal nephew to Thorin Oakenshield. Carefree and somewhat reckless, Kili has led a charmed and untroubled life to this point. He is quite good-looking, strong, and agile as few, if you ask him. He likes to have fun, and nothing can break his spirit. He is a skilled fighter and expert archer, who trained with weapons from an early age. As one of the youngest in The Company of Dwarves, Kili is determined to make his mark and prove his worth.


Kili has a new hairpiece shared with Thorin and Fili. He has a unique torso which depicts a brown jacket. He has black short legs and is the only dwarf without a beard. He wields a bow and carries a quiver.



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