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Bofur is an exception among dwarves from The Lord of the Rings by the fact that his beard is a mere printing on his head and not a separate piece. He has a large moustache, and dark brown braided hair protrudes under the grey and brown hat. Bofur wears a brown cloak, and he has a dark nougat body with a huge belt and a bulging pack printed on it. His hands are the regular flesh tone, indicating the absence of gloves or gauntlets, and his short legs are reddish brown. Bofur's most noticeable accessory is a large fur hat, however he also has a cape and pickaxe.
Bofur was one of the twelve companions of Thorin and Bilbo on their quest to journey to the Lonely Mountain and recover their treasure and the Dwarven Halls beneath the mountain. He is the brother of Bombur and the cousin of Bifur. According to Wikipedia's description, Bofur liked mince pies and cheese at tea, and played the clarinet.
Description from LEGO.com
This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Please do not modify it. Bofur The Dwarf
Bofur is endearing and likeable to everyone he meets. But he does have a disastrous tendency to state the obvious and blurt out things without thinking. He loves music, has a fine singing voice, delights in good food and good company and is unfailingly optimistic. Though not especially brave, he will do his best to help those in need. Especially those he counts as friends. Along with his brother Bombur and his cousin Bifur, Bofur joined The Quest for the Lonely Mountain partly to seek his fortune – and partly because he was told the food was free.