Alignment Protagonist
Race Dwarf
Weapons/Equipment Spear
Dead or Alive Alive
Status Companion of Thorin

Bifur is a minifigure in the LEGO The Hobbit line. He was released on November 27th, 2012.


Bifur was one of the twelve companions of Thorin and Bilbo on the Quest of Erebor. The cousin of Bofur and Bombur, he was not descended from Durin. He was fond of raspberry jam and apple-tart, wore a yellow hood and played the clarinet. He gave the trolls quite a fight before getting sacked and helped trying to rescue Bilbo, and was set down uncomfortably near the fire as a reward. He survived the barrel-ride in a drier and less bruised state than most of the other dwarves, but still couldn’t move after the ordeal.

He is portrayed by William Kircher in Peter Jackson's adaptation of The Hobbit. He has an axe stuck in his head and only speaks Dwarvish.

Official DescriptionEdit

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Born in the West, Bifur has the rusting remains of an Orc axe embedded in his forehead. That might sound like a pretty cool battle scar to you and me, but it has made talking very difficult for him. And as you can imagine, it makes him pretty feisty at times. He communicates only with grunts and hand gestures. Unlike most of the others in The Company of Dwarves, Bifur is not related to Thorin, nor is he of noble lineage. His family is one of miners and smithies – simple folk with simple tastes.



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