Authentic 1: 1 scale reproduction, accompanied by official film licenses, of the sword used by the dwarf Thorin Oakenshield and the Elf Legolas in the film trilogy of "The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien directed by Peter Jackson.
Blade: 420 stainless steel, not sharp
Blade length: 74cm
Blade thickness: 4mm
Handle: n plastic material with antiqued guard and knob and Elvish engravings
Total length: 98cm
Support: wooden wall display
Notes: Accompanied by United Certificate of Authenticity and New Line Pictures film licenses
Thorin was born in the year 2746 of the Third Era (T.E.), son of Thráin II and grandson of King Thrór, and heir to the title of King under the Mountain in Erebor. He also had two younger brothers, Frerin and Dís. In the year 2770, the Dragon Smaug, attracted by the wealth of the kingdom of Erebor, attacked him violently. The Dwarves, struck by surprise, were literally outclassed by the strength and powers of Smaug who, in a short time, managed to conquer the whole kingdom, conquer its spoils, and forced Thorin and his people to abandon their home. A few years later, the ogre Azog the Defiler began the battle of Azanulbizar (2799) at Nanduhirion at the Eastern Gate of Moria.
On this occasion, Thorin's shield was shattered and he used his ax to cut an oak branch using it as a shield, thus earning the epithet "Oakenshield". Thanks to Thorin's bravery, the enemy troops were driven back and the dwarf army was able to triumph.
After this last battle, Thorin led his people to the Blue Mountains, west of Eriador.
After the death of his father in 2841, Thorin became the new leader of his people and began to prepare a plan to be able to retake Erebor and kill Smaug.
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