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Ori
Ori
Theme:

The Hobbit
    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Accessories:

Axe
Cape

Years:

2012

Appearances
Parts

Ori is a minifigure from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey released in November 2012.

Description

Ori minifigure has grey short legs and a purple torso. The torso has printing on the front depicting a grey belt with various designs and a large silver belt buckle. At the left and between the scarf and the belt is an orange square part divided by black lines into four separate parts. His clothing markings have some white designs in the middle and a few creases and folds. He also has what appears to be a scarf or part of his cape wrapped around his neck area and chest. The hands and headpiece are flesh-coloured. He also has a grey cape. The headpiece features black eyes with white pupils, brown eyebrows, a brown beard and side burns, and a few freckles on his cheeks. Ori has a smile as an expression on one side of his face and a scared face on the other side. He has a the same hair piece as Professor Flitwick from Harry Potter. Ori comes with an axe made up of a 3-stud-long dark brown pole and a titanium metallic axe-head.

Background

Ori is a dwarf from The Hobbit. He usually wore a grey-hooded cloak with a silver belt when traveling abroad. He, along with his brothers Dori and Nori, plays the flute. He is a remote kinsman of Thorin Oakenshield. Ori lived in Thorin Oakenshield's home in the Northern Blue Mountains (Ered Luin) for many years.

Ori became a member of Thorin and Company and befriended Bilbo Baggins. He then traveled with the company on the quest for the Lonely Mountain and he shared the same array of experiences as the others of the Company, including being captured in turn by trolls, goblins, spiders, and elves and then eventually reaching the distant Lonely Mountain. Ori was present at the death of Smaug. Afterwards, he and the other dwarves of Thorin and Company fought in the Battle of the Five Armies, which Ori survived.

Later, Ori accompanied Balin to The Mines Of Moria to begin a colony there. However, the colony was destroyed when the Balrog and orcs fought them. Ori and some other dwarves lived long enough to bury Balin properly before dying mercilessly at the hand of the orcs. Ori recalls his last moments in The Book of Mazarbul, which Gandalf reads from when the Fellowship passes by Balin's tomb on their way to Mordor.

Notes

  • Ori has the same hairpiece as Professor Flitwick, Doc Ock, and Ron Weasley's first variation.
  • Although Ori comes with an axe, he uses a small slingshot and a battle hammer (loaned to him by Dwalin) in the film, but the slingshot and warharmmer had not been physically released. However, his slingshot will be physically made as part of 71009 The Simpsons Series 2.

Gallery of Video Game Variants

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Appearances

Video Game Appearances

LEGO.com Description

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Ori The Dwarf

Ori is the younger brother to Nori and Dori, and a talented artist. He can often be found drawing and writing in his journal. And of course he writes about their journey -- through The Wild to the shores of The Long Lake and the slopes of The Lonely Mountain. He is polite, well-bred, and used to being bossed around by his older brother Dori. He is usually very easy-going, but he sometimes surprises his friends with his courage and determination.


Gallery

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Men: Aragorn | Bain | Bard | Boromir | Corsair Pirate | Gríma Wormtongue | Éomer | King Théoden | Lake-town Guard | Master of Lake-town | Rohan Soldier
Hobbits: Bilbo Baggins | Frodo | Merry | Pippin | Sam
Dwarves: Balin | Bifur | Bofur | Bombur | Dain Ironfoot | Dori | Dwalin | Fíli | Gimli | Glóin | Kíli | Nori | Óin | Ori | Thorin
Elves: Arwen Evenstar | Elrond | Galadriel | Haldir | Legolas Greenleaf | Mirkwood Elf | Mirkwood Elf Chief | Mirkwood Elf Guard | Tauriel | Thranduil
Istari: Gandalf | Radagast the Brown | Saruman
Dark Forces: Azog | Berserker Uruk-hai | Goblin King | Goblin Scribe | Goblin Soldier | Gundabad Orc | Hunter Orc | Lurtz | Mordor Orc | Moria Orc | Mouth of Sauron | Necromancer of Dol Guldur | Ringwraith | Uruk-hai | Witch-King | Yazneg
Creatures: Beorn | Cave Troll | Gollum | Great Eagle | Gwaihir | King of the Dead | Mirkwood Spider | Shelob | Soldier of the Dead | Smaug | Warg
Video Game only others: Alfrid | Barliman Butterbur | Beregond | Braga | Bree Peasant | Civilian Soldier | Dale Soldier | Denethor | Elendil | Éowyn | Faramir | Gamling | Girion | Gondorian Ranger | Gondorian Soldier | Háma | Isildur | King of Men | Lake-town Man (Archer) | Prince Imrahil | Quest Man | Quest Woman | Rohan Guard | Sigrid | Théodred | Tilda | Tom Bombadil
Video Game only Hobbits: Bandobras ˝Bullroarer˝ Took | Farmer Maggot | Paladin Took | Quest Hobbit | Rosie Cotton
Video Game only Dwarves: Armoured Dwarf Guard | Dwarf King | Dwarf Soldier | Jimli the Blacksmith | Lady Dwarf | Quest Dwarf | Stone Dwarf | Thrór | Thráin
Video Game only Elves: Celeborn | Círdan the Shipwright | Elf (Sentry) | Elf (Worker) | Elf Soldier | Elros | Gil-galad | Glorfindel | Lindir | Lothlórien Elf | Quest Elf
Video Game only Dark Forces: Bolg | Easterling | Fimbul | Goblin Brute | Gothmog | Grinnah | Grishnákh | Guritz | Haradrim | Narzug | Oliphaunt Mahûd Leader | Orc Beserker | Sauron | Shagrat
Video Game only Creatures: Barrow-wight | Bert | Durin's Bane | Elk | Mini-Balrog | Mrs. Troll | Oliphant | Olog-hai | River Troll | Shadowfax | Snow Troll | Treebeard | Troll Bouncer | Tom | Tom Bombadil | William

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