Bori

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Bori, son of Bósi, is a Dwarf who hails from the Iron Hills and has come with the Iron Garisson to reclaim the ancient Dwarves holdfast of Khazad-dûm. Throughout the expanse of Volume II of the Epic Quests, Bori can be found at multiple places within Moria and Mirkwood.

Bori (Walls of Moria)

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Bori
Image of Bori
Gender Male
Race Dwarf
Region Eregion
Area Walls of Moria
Location Stair Falls
Map Ref [51.2S, 5.1W]

While the Iron Garisson prepares to enter Khazad-dûm, Bori can be found at Stair Falls in the Walls of Moria in Eregion, standing next to his cousin Bróin.

Quest Involvement

Vol. 2, Book 1:

Bori (Chamber of Command)

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Bori
Image of Bori
Gender Male
Race Dwarf
Region Moria
Area Durin's Way
Settlement Chamber of the Crossroads
Interior The Chamber of Command
Map Ref [5.1S, 111.9W]

After the Iron Garrison gains entrance into Moria, Bori is found for a time in the Chamber of Command at the Chamber of the Crossroads within Durin's Way in Moria [5.1S, 111.9W].

Quest Involvement

Vol. 2, Book 2:


Bori (Chamber of Leadership)

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Bori
Image of Bori
Gender Male
Race Dwarf
Region Zelem-melek
Settlement The Twenty-first Hall
Interior The Chamber of Leadership
Map Ref [6.5S, 105.4W]

When the headquarters of the Iron Garrison in Moria was established, Bori came with them. He can found at the Chamber of Leadership in Zelem-melek.

Quest Involvement

Vol. 2, Book 3:

Vol. 2, Book 4:

Vol. 2, Book 5:

Vol. 2, Book 9:

Bori (Mirkwood)

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Bori
Image of Bori
Gender Male
Race Dwarf
Region Mirkwood
Area Gathbúrz
Settlement Thangúlhad

After his rescue from the Dungeons of Dol Guldur, where he was held captive by Gorothúl, Bori is found inside Nothgar at Thangúlhad in Mirkwood.

Quest Involvement

Vol. 2, Book 9

You are safe now, Bori.

'I hear you words, but my body remembers still the cold and the drafts and the cruel barbs of the whips my tormentors wielded. If I close my eyes, it seems I am still within that cell deep within the dungeons, with the gertheryg patrolling just beyond the doors and the clanging of distant metal ringing in my ears. I will keep my eyes open for as long as I may, for I do not wish to be reminded of that darkness.'

Do not blame yourself.

'But it was my folly that has brought us to this dangerous place! If I had not wielded the mithril axe Zigilburg against Gorothúl, none of this would have happened! I sought to bring peace to the halls of Khazad-dûm, but I only succeeded in causing more bloodshed and grief! It was greed, but not greed for valuables or precious ore... Zigilburg awoke in me the greed for peace, the greed to make things right. I thought I could use it so solve our problems, but I could not.'