A fter accidentally droping the skeleton of a dwarf warrior in a pit inside of Balin's tomb mausoleum in the underground complex of Moria and making a legion of Orcs aware of his presence and his allies from the group called The Fellowship of the Ring, the clumsy Hobbit with his face showing
explicit fear, firmly holds his sword of Westernesse with both hands, preparing for the approaching battle with the grotesque creatures from Middle-earth bringing a monstruous Troll to attack his group. Wearing his typical hobbit clothes with shirt, jacket, cloak and knee-length shorts, reproducing every detail and face features of actor Billy Boyd, on a pedestal representing the petrified floors of the Mines of Moria, Iron Studios bring the statue "Pippin - BDS - The Lord of the Rings - Art Scale 1/10", part of a diorama set that replicates the emblematic battle featured in
the movie "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring", adapted into a film by Peter Jackson in 2001.
Peregrin Tûk, better known as "Pippin", is one of the youngest Hobbits from Shire, cousin and
one of the closest friends of Merry Brandybuck and Frodo Baggins. Fiery and curious, and many
times also a fool, playful and childish, but always loyal and willing to help his friends, promising to
protect Frodo with his life on his quest, beside Merry he joined the group of The Fellowship of the
Ring facing the underground dangers of the Mines of Moria on his mission.
Made in polystone *(may contain parts in resin, polystone, PVC, metal and fabric)
Size: 12 x 9 x 7 cm