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The Hobbit: The Fates of The Dwarves

What happened to the other dwarves after The Hobbit?


Oin
Settled at the Lonely Mountain. 48 years later he journeyed to Moria to reclaim the realm for the Dwarves of Durin's folk. After five years the Orcs attacked and he could not escape over the Bridge of Khazad-dûm so tried to leave through the Hollin Gate. He was then taken by the Watcher in the Water, the creature later encountered by the Fellowship of the Ring.

Gloin

Gloin
He remained at the Kingdom under the Mountain. Was present at the Council of Elrond with his son Gimli during The Fellowship of the Ring. He later died aged 253.

Dwalin

Dwalin
Stayed at the Lonely Mountain. He passed away aged 340, later than any of the others of Thorin's company.

Balin

Balin
Visited Bag End to see Bilbo before leading the expedition to Moria. He did become Lord of Moria for a time only to be killed by an Orc archer in the Dimrill Dale, a valley below the Great Gates of Moria. His tomb was later discovered by the Fellowship of the Ring.

Bifur
Claimed his share of the treasure and lived his life at the Lonely Mountain.

Bofur

Bofur
Like his cousin he too claimed his share and remained at the Lonely Mountain.

Bombur

Bombur
Lived his life at Erebor. Frodo later enquires after him and discovers he is now so fat it takes six dwarves to carry him to the dinner table.

Dori

Dori
Made a name for himself under the mountain and grew rich. Was still alive during the War of the Ring.

Nori

Nori
Lived in the Kingdom under the Mountain and was still there 77 years later during the War of the Ring.

Ori

Ori
Joined the expedition to Moria and, after burying Balin, he perished when the orcs attacked. He noted his last moments in The Book of Mazurbul, later read by Gandalf when he and the Fellowship of the Ring pass through Moria.

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