|"Nori" by Blake Henriksen|
|Affiliation||Thorin and Company|
|Language||Khuzdul and Westron|
|House||House of Durin|
|Clothing||Purple hood and a silver belt|
|Gallery||Images of Nori|
Nori was one of Durin's Folk and likely dwelt in the northern Blue Mountains with Thorin after the latter had settled there. He was one of the thirteen Dwarves of Thorin's company who journeyed to Erebor to challenge the dragon Smaug. After the death of Smaug, Nori lived with his share of the treasure at the Lonely Mountain.
 Family and birth
Nori's parentage is unknown although he was a remote kinsman of Thorin and a member of the House of Durin. He was also the brother of Dori, and a cousin of Ori.. His birth year is also unknown. However, from Bilbo Baggins' account of the quest to Erebor it is known that the brothers Fíli and Kíli were the youngest of the thirteen "by some fifty years" and that after Thorin had been captured, Balin was "the eldest left". Since Fíli was born in T.A. 2859 and Balin was born in 2763, this would put Nori's birth between 2809 and 2763, and he would have been between 132 and 178 years old during the quest to Erebor. Nori (and Dori) shared Bilbo's opinion that meals should be plentiful and frequent.
 The Quest of Erebor
 Later life
Nori lived a wealthy life after the quest as one of the reclaimers of the mountain. He was still alive during the War of the Ring, and may have fought in the Battle of Dale. His date of death is unknown.
|Orid. 2994†||Dorifl. T.A. 2941||NORIfl. T.A. 2941||Thorin II|
2746 - 2941†
 Portrayal in adaptations
|Nori in adaptations|
1966: The Hobbit (1966 film):
- Nori is omitted. Thorin Oakenshield only travels with an unnamed guard and the princess of Dale.
1977: The Hobbit (1977 film):
- Nori's voice is provided by Jack DeLeon. However, he only ever speaks in unison with the rest of the Dwarves.
2012-14: The Hobbit (film series):
- Nori is played by Jed Brophy. A description of Nori in The Hobbit films was released by the studio:
Perhaps the most elusive member of The Company of Thorin Oakenshield, Nori is often in trouble with the dwarvish authorities. Deciding it might be a good time to leave town, he readily joins the Quest for the Lonely Mountain, not realizing the journey ahead may well lead him into far more trouble than he has left behind. Nobody ever quite knows what the quick-witted and wily Nori is up to, except that it’s guaranteed to be dodgy and quite possibly illegal. Despite rarely seeing eye-to-eye with his brothers Dori and Ori, he is nonetheless immensely loyal and will protect them by whatever means possible.
 Radio series
- Nori is played by Antony Viccars.
- No actor is specified for the role of Nori.
1982: The Hobbit (1982 video game):
2003: The Hobbit (2003 video game):
- No actor is credited for the role of Nori.
2018: The Lord of the Rings Online:
- During and after the War of the Ring Nori lives in Erebor. He is first found in the Gatehouse of the Lonely Mountain, where he and his brother Dori brief the player on breaking the Siege of Erebor. After the battle, Nori and the other surviving dwarves of the Company join Dís in paying respect to tomb of Thorin Oakenshield. Under the illusion that after the downfall of Sauron great wealth could now be reclaimed, Nori in secret leads a small expedition to reclaim the wealth of the Longbeards in Thikil-gundu, "The Steel Keep". His brother Dori forms a small band of dwarves to rescue him from his folly, including his old companions Bofur and Gloin, and together with the player search for Nori's trail across Ered Mithrin. They eventually find him in the Steel Keep.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 J.R.R. Tolkien, John D. Rateliff (ed.), The History of The Hobbit, "Addendum: The Seventh Phase", "iv. Personae"
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A, "Durin's Folk"
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "Many Meetings"
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit, "Over Hill and Under Hill"
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit, "Barrels Out of Bond"
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit, "Roast Mutton"
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit, "An Unexpected Party"
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit, "Queer Lodgings"
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit, "The Return Journey"
- ↑ Chester Nathan Gould, "Dwarf-Names: A Study in Old Icelandic Religion", published in Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Vol 44 (1929), issue #4, pp. 939-967
- ↑ "The Hobbit.mp4" dated 5 January 2012, YouTube (accessed 10 January 2012)
- ↑ Peter Jackson, "Production begins in New Zealand on The Hobbit" dated 20 March 2011, Facebook (accessed 23 December 2011)
- ↑ Warner Bros., "Hobbit Movies" dated 7 September 2012, Apple iPhone/iPad App (accessed 19 September 2012)
- ↑ ZX Computing, 8304 (April/May 1983), p. 76, accessed April 24 2011
|Members of Thorin and Company|
|Thorin · Balin · Dwalin · Fíli · Kíli · Dori · Nori · Ori · Óin · Glóin · Bifur · Bofur · Bombur · Gandalf · Bilbo Baggins|
|Route of Thorin and Company|
|Bag End · Green Dragon · The Shire · Lone-lands · Last Bridge · Trollshaws · Trolls' Cave · Rivendell · High Pass · Front Porch · Goblin-town · Goblin-gate · Eagle's Eyrie · Carrock · Beorn's Hall · Wilderland · Forest Gate · Elf-path · Mirkwood · Elvenking's Halls · Forest River · Lake-town · Long Lake · River Running · Desolation of the Dragon · Ravenhill · Back Door · Lonely Mountain · Great Hall of Thráin|