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'''Flói''' was a [[Dwarf]] of [[Erebor]].
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'''Flói''' was a [[Dwarves|dwarf]] of [[Lonely Mountain|Erebor]].
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
Flói was a member of [[Balin's Colony]] who tried to reclaim [[Moria]] in {{TA|2989}}.  When they reached the [[Mirrormere]], there was a great battle. Flói was valorous, but was killed by a Goblin arrow. He was buried under the grass near the Mirrormere. His death was recorded in the [[Book of Mazarbul]].<ref>{{FR|Bridge}}</ref>
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Flói was a member of [[Balin's Colony]] who tried to reclaim [[Moria]] in {{TA|2989}}.  When they reached the [[Mirrormere]], there was a great battle. Flói was valorous, but was killed by a [[Goblin]] arrow.  
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Although against the Dwarven traditions<ref>{{App|Durin}}</ref>, he was buried under the grass near the Mirrormere. His death was recorded in the [[Book of Mazarbul]].<ref>{{FR|Bridge}}</ref>
  
 
==Portrayal in Adaptations==
 
==Portrayal in Adaptations==

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Floi Stonehand.jpg
Flói
Dwarf
Biographical Information
LocationErebor
Physical Description
GenderMale

Flói was a dwarf of Erebor.

History

Flói was a member of Balin's Colony who tried to reclaim Moria in T.A. 2989. When they reached the Mirrormere, there was a great battle. Flói was valorous, but was killed by a Goblin arrow.

Although against the Dwarven traditions[1], he was buried under the grass near the Mirrormere. His death was recorded in the Book of Mazarbul.[2]

Portrayal in Adaptations

2001-9: The Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game:

Flói Stonehand is a loremaster.

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A, "Durin's Folk"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "The Bridge of Khazad-dûm"