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Thorin and Company: How they should have looked . Well, the title says it all. This is how Thorin and Co. would have looked if Mr. PJ had gone more accurate to the book. Group shot! . The jefe himself, Thorin II Oakenshield. The only Dwarf that I didn't put a hood on. I gave him this helmet so that he looked like the leader but he didn't look exceedingly well-to-do. The biggest difference on Balin is his hood. Dwalin has a cool gray and blue beard. Nori with the mace, Ori with the grey hood, Dori over there with the grey beard. Dori and Nori are the only two Dwarves that I didn't give cloaks to. I didn't have any purple construction paper. These are also the two Dwarves that look the worst (in my opinion) Oin and Gloin. I like them except Oin's head and I feel like Gloin's hood looks more like some bandages on his head. Bombur is one of the best looking Dwarves I've made. I also like Bifur. Bofur was one of the last ones I made so he doesn't look perfect. Fili and Kili look almost exactly alike (to the point of being creepy) but they both have noticeably different beards, shirts and weapons. Hope you enjoyed the figs! More MOCs to come tomorrow. Don't forget to rate and comment! ~Beardless Dwarf

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