Bandobras Tuk is a hobbit, whose story is told in the novel The Hobbit. Bramador Toro also called, the son of Isengrim II. It measured four feet and a half and was able to ride a horse, being the tallest hobbit all known, except for Merry and Pippin.
Bandobras was especially known for leading the hobbits in the only battle fought within the borders of the Shire to the War of the Ring, the Battle of Greenfields. Occurred in the year 2747 T. E., when a band of goblins from Mount Gram and led by their king Golfimbul, entered the Shire. The battle ended in victory for the hobbits and the king's death at the hands of Bandobras Orco, with a tremendous blow of his wooden truncheon, he pulled his head.
In The Hobbit does not specify that Bandobras Tuk ride a horse when he fought Golfimbul.
You can go dressed in armor, helmet, iron-tipped baton, having a shield. This collected during his many adventures, is a Tuk, do not forget.
Golfimbul is a king orc, I imagine, fat, slow and heavy.
And recently gave this idea.
Now I think would be ideal, Brandobras Tuk must have its thumbnail in the collection of Mithril. !!!!
Later Brandoras a miniature horse would be great.!!!
"Umbar's fleet was largely destroyed 29 years later, when Thorongil (Aragorn Elessar, as it later turned out), then in the service of the Steward of Gondor Ecthelion II, led a taskforce south and burned them, killing the Captain of the Haven in the process." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umbar)
Well, I have made this proposal because it's the only version of Aragorn that we have not seen on Mithril. We have seen him as child (fleeing with his mother), as Strider in various sets and as King Elessar.
I would like to see Aragorn / Thorongil with Gondor clothes and armor, but the ones of a normal soldier / officer, nor the luxurious and magnificent of Elessar. As he was involved in a great battle, it would be possible that he carries a small shield, and maybe a helm too.
About the Captain of the Haven of Umbar, well, I think of him equipped with a scimitar and a small shield, or maybe an two-hand scimitar( the spanish word is "alfanje", I don't have found the english equivalent - maybe "cutlass" or "swordfish") , with a scale or padded armor and a very elaborated helm.
As soon as I find a picture, I'll add it as possible reference.
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