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List of LEGO Lord of the Rings Minifigures

List of LEGO Lord of the Rings Minifigures

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There are a total of 45 Lego Lord of the Rings Minifigures. This does not include the numerous other LEGO minifigures associated with The Hobbit.

Some of these minifigures come as part of a larger set, others are bought individually. There are a few instances where a LEGO Lord of the Rings Minifigure may appear in more than one set, which soon results in duplicates for those collecting the larger sets.

Each minifigure is well designed and closely resembles their movie counterpart. Here is a complete breakdown of every LEGO LOTR minifigure, and the sets they appear in.

LOR017: Aragorn

LOR017 Aragorn appears in 3 sets. 798008-1 Pirate Ship Ambush, 9472-1 Attack on Weathertop and 9474-1 The Battle of Helm’s Deep all contain an Aragorn minifigure.

The minifigures snarling face and ready for battle appearance is made up of 4 individual parts.

LOR066: Aragorn, Dark Red and Black Cape

Aragorn attired in a cape appears in only 1 LEGO Lord of the Rings set; 79007-1 Battle at the Black Gate.

LOR060: Arwen

Arwen only appears once in 79006-1 The Council of Elrond, where her advice and wisdom is greatly appreciated by Aragorn.

LOR014: Boromir

Boromir appears in one set, the infamous Mines of Moria, set 9473-1.

LOR027: Cave Troll

One of the more uniquely made and designed minifigures is the Cave Troll, which appears only in set 9473-1 The Mines of Moria.

LOR033: Elrond

This version of Elrond appears in a special set just for this minifigure. Set 5000202-1 Elrond features Elrond with a battle-ready face, navy cape and staff.

LOR059: Elrond, Silver Crown, Dark Red Clothing

LOR058 Elrond with silver crown and dark red clothing appears in 1 set; 79006-1 The Council of Elrond. This unique minifigure is the only version of Elrond to see him wearing his crown.

LOR010: Eomer

Eomer appears in 1 set, 9471-1 Uruk-Hai Army

LOR003: Frodo Baggins – Dark Bluish Grey Cape

Frodo, adorned in his dark bluish grey cape and fearful expression appears only in 9470-1 Shelob Attacks.

LOR028: Frodo Baggins – Dark Green Cape

Frodo with his signature dark green cape can be found in 9472-1 Attack on Weathertop.

LOR062: Frodo Baggins – No Cape

Whilst discussing the fate of the Ring, and the creation of the Fellowship, Frodo attends the Council of Elrond without a cape. This minifigure appears in 1 set; 79006-1 The Council of Elrond.

LOR002: Frodo Baggins – Sand Green Shirt

Donning a sand green shirt, Frodo is ready to cook a meal by the half following his meeting with Gandalf. This pre-Fellowship version of Frodo appears in 2 sets; 30210-1 Frodo with Cooking Corner and 9469-1 Gandalf Arrives.

LOR061: Gandalf the Grey

Hattless, and in his traditional grey gown, Gandalf battles Saruman in 1 set; 79005-1 The Wizard Battle.

LOR073: Gandalf the Grey – Hair and Cape

Now featuring a cape, Gandalf the Grey with hair and cape appears in 2 sets; 10237-1 Tower of Orthanc and 79014-1 Dol Guldur Battle. Owners of both sets surely will benefit from having two powerful wizards at their disposal.

LOR001: Gandalf the Grey – Wizard/Witch Hat

With his crooked and aged wizard hat, Gandalf’s fully outfitted minifigure appears only in 9469-1 Gandalf Arrives.

LOR063: Gandalf the White

Gandalf the White aids the other minifigures in battle in 1 set – 79007-1 Battle at the Black Gate.

LOR013: Gimli

Rough and ready dwarf Gimli can be found in 4 LOTR sets;  79006-1 The Council of Elrond, 79008-1 Pirate Ship Ambush, 9473-1 The Mines of Moria and 9474-1 The Battle of Helm’s Deep.

LOR005: Gollum – Wide Eyes

The only Gollum minifigure created as part of the Lord of the Rings collection appears wide-eyed and scared in 9470-1 Shelob Attacks.

LOR072: Grima Wormtongue

Chief advisor to King Theoden and double agent Grima Wormtongue appears in 1 set; 10237-1 Tower of Orthanc.

LOR020: Haldir

Haldir’s minifigure only comes with 9474-1 The Battle of Helm’s Deep.

LOR071: King of the Dead

King of the Dead arrives by boat in 79008-1 Pirate Ship Ambush.

LOR021: King Theoden

Alongside his untrustworthy advisor Grima, King Theoden only appears in LEGO LOTR 9474-1 The Battle of Helm’s Deep.

LOR015: Legolas

Legolas, despite his incredible costumes, only has one style in LEGO Lord of the Rings. He does however have two faces to ensure he is battle ready. Legolas appears in 79008-1 Pirate Ship Ambush and 9473-1 The Mines of Moria.

LOR025: Lurtz

One of the scarier minifigures from the LEGO LOTR series is Lurtz. He is found only at 9476-1 The Orc Forge.

LOR016: Meriadoc Brandybuck (Merry)

Loveable and mischievous Merry appears in 1 set, 9472-1 Attack on Weathertop.

LOR024: Mordor Orc – Bald

With a bald Mordor Orc in the majority of battle sets, great fun is to be had when reenacting scenes from the Lord of the Rings movies.

Collectors of all 4 sets 10237-1 Tower of Orthanc, 7900-1 Battle at the Black Gate, 79008-1 Pirate Ship Ambush and 9476-1 The Orc Forge should be able to create some epic scenes.

LOR068: Mordor Orc – Bald with Armor

Another bald Mordor Orc, this time with battle-ready protective armour appears in 1 set; 79008-1 Pirate Ship Ambush.

LOR023 Mordor Orc – Dark Tan

LOR023 Mordor Orc – Dark Tan appears only in 9476-1 The Orc Forge.

LOR065: Mordor Orc – with Helmet

Another battle ready Mordor Orc, this time with protective helmet, appears in 1 set, 79007-1 Battle at the Black Gate.

LOR011: Moria Orc – Olive Green

Wearing an olive green outfit, this Moria Orc is exclusive to set 9473-1 The Mines of Moria.

LOR064: Mouth of Sauron

The terrifying Mouth of Sauron is exclusive to set 79007-1 – Battle at the Black Gate.

LOR012: Peregrin Took (Pippin)

Merry’s counterpart and companion Pippin comes with set 9473-1 – The Mines of Moria.

LOR067: Pirate of Umbar

A pirateship without a pirate is simply a ship, so LOR067 Pirate of Umbar is ready to fight in 79008-1 Pirate Ship Ambush.

LOR018: Ringwraith

Armed to the teeth and prepared to do anything to get the One Ring from Frodo, this Ringwraith appears in 9472-1 Attack on Weathertop.

LOR009: Rohan Soldier

Facing up to the terrifying Uruk-Hai army is a Rohan soldier. This minifigure is exclusive to LEGO LOTR 9471-1 Uruk-Hai Army.

LOR004: Samwise Gamgee

Frodo’s loveable and loyal till the end best friend only appears once in all LEGO Lord of the Rings sets, in 9470-1 Shelob Attacks.

LOR058: Saruman

In a ferocious battle of magic and power against Gandalf the Grey, Saruman appears in 79005-1 The Wizard Battle

LOR074: Saruman – Long Robes

Now wearing long robes, Saruman comes with set 10237-1 Tower of Orthanc.

LOR069: Soldier of the Dead 1

The first of two Soldiers of the Dead arrives by sea in 79008-1 Pirate Ship Ambush.

LR070: Soldier of the Dead 2

Joining Soldier of the Dead 1 aboard the ship is Soldier of the Dead 2 in set 79008-1 Pirate Ship Ambush.

LOR006: Uruk-Hai

Uruk-Hai appears in 1 set, 9471-1 Uruk-Hai Army.

LOR019 : Uruk-Hai – Berserker

The berserker version of Uruk-Hai comes with set 9474-1 Battle of Helm’s Deep.

LOR022: Uruk-Hai – Handprint Helmet

A costume design many LOTR fans will recall, the Uruk-Hai with a white handprint on his helmet shows up in 2 sets; 10237-1 Tower of Orthanc and 9476-1 The Orc Forge.

LOR007 Uruk-Hai – Helmet

Uruk-Hai with a simple, non-decorated helmet appears in 2 sets; 9471-1 Uruk-Hai Army and 9474-1 Battle of Helm’s Deep

LOR008: Uruk-Hai – Helmet and Armor

Part of a stand alone minifigure set and appearing in two other sets is Uruk-Hai with helmet and armour. Uruk-Hai is in sets 30211-1 Uruk-Hai with Ballista, 9471-1 Uruk-Hai Army, 9474-1 Battle of Helm’s Deep.

What characters are missing from the sets?

There are an incredible number of minifigures to help bring to life the LEGO Lord of the Rings sets. There are however some characters missing, and some that fans would just like more of.

Battle-heavy sets such as Battle of Helm’s deep would benefit from a few more Orc minifigures thrown in, and major characters such as Samwise Gamgee and Frodo seem to appear fleetingly, and as part of smaller sets.

With the inclusion of the Cave Troll with the Mines of Moria set, it is clear that LEGO perceived the need for some larger-sized minifigures to benefit the developing brick scenes.

With this in mind, including giants, Mumakil’s and other creatures used in battles would really add to the overall aesthetic and realism of the sets.

LEGO LOTR fans can gain additional characters to their sets by purchasing some of The Hobbit sets, as the occasional character does cross over, however again many of these characters are film specific.

It would be equally exciting to see some of the Fellowship gain more costume changes, or simply appear more frequently in sets.