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The Dori minifigure has brown short legs, and a red torso piece. The torso has printing present on the front, depicting a big brown belt with a large grey belt buckle and two small grey diamonds on each side of the buckle. He also has a red lapels to hold his cape on the neckline down through the chest and there is some little designing here and there throughout the rest of the torso. The hands and headpiece are flesh-coloured. He also has a red cape.The headpiece features black eyes with white pupils, bushy grey eyebrows, a grey biker mustache is present and he has an angered expression showing his teeth there is some dark skin colour for the outlining of facial features. Dori also has a second face which shows basically the same face except that now he has a black line for a serious expression. He has a new hair piece which is grey and appears to be tied in a tight bun at the back with some strips on the sides, the hairpiece is a new mould. Dori also comes with other accessories- a sword and a chain.
Dori was a Dwarf of Durin's Folk and the brother of Nori and Ori. Dori also had a flute that he played in Bag End home before leaving on their journey. He was said to like food as much as Bilbo or any Hobbit, and was described as "a decent fellow, despite his grumbling". Dori was the strongest of the company of Dwarves. Before the Quest of Erebor, Dori lived in Thorin Oakenshield's home in the northern Blue Mountains (Ered Luin) along with his two brothers. They became part of Thorin's Company and travelled to the Lonely Mountain, to reclaim the Dwarven treasure.
Dori fought in the Battle of the Five Armies and survived, and later returned to the Lonely Mountain where he established himself and became rich. His date of death is unknown, but is thought to be in the beginning of the Fourth Age.
- He comes has an exclusive to him hairpiece.
Description from LEGO.com
This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Please do not modify it. Dori The Dwarf
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.