It is what it is.

happy-thought:


Right from the start when they showed us what our Dwarves looked like, I was thrilled. Because as an actor, that particular wound gives me a whole raft of things to explore that’s different from the other Dwarf characters. Straight away, I actually went and looked into it and there are documented accounts of people living with things embedded in their head. People with severe head trauma, things can happen to them. One is foreign accent syndrome, and it’s kind of a bit what Bifur has. Because Bifur can only speak in Dwarvish. And Bifur is sort of insane, which is quite handy in a fight. When he fights, he doesn’t know how to stop. His injury was caused by an Orc. This is not actually in the film, but this is my personal journey as I’m looking for the Orc that did it and I wanna give it back to it. He once was more of a gentleman. But unfortunately, nowadays, he’s not what he used to be. He’s kind of like a Keith Richards, crossed with a Rasputin crossed with Rip van Winkle and Animal from the Muppets. But then they added a thing onto the character to make him also a toymaker. So you’ve got somebody that can be, you know, incredibly violent and berserk but he also has this very, very, very gentle side.

William Kircher on Bifur
happy-thought:


Right from the start when they showed us what our Dwarves looked like, I was thrilled. Because as an actor, that particular wound gives me a whole raft of things to explore that’s different from the other Dwarf characters. Straight away, I actually went and looked into it and there are documented accounts of people living with things embedded in their head. People with severe head trauma, things can happen to them. One is foreign accent syndrome, and it’s kind of a bit what Bifur has. Because Bifur can only speak in Dwarvish. And Bifur is sort of insane, which is quite handy in a fight. When he fights, he doesn’t know how to stop. His injury was caused by an Orc. This is not actually in the film, but this is my personal journey as I’m looking for the Orc that did it and I wanna give it back to it. He once was more of a gentleman. But unfortunately, nowadays, he’s not what he used to be. He’s kind of like a Keith Richards, crossed with a Rasputin crossed with Rip van Winkle and Animal from the Muppets. But then they added a thing onto the character to make him also a toymaker. So you’ve got somebody that can be, you know, incredibly violent and berserk but he also has this very, very, very gentle side.

William Kircher on Bifur
happy-thought:


Right from the start when they showed us what our Dwarves looked like, I was thrilled. Because as an actor, that particular wound gives me a whole raft of things to explore that’s different from the other Dwarf characters. Straight away, I actually went and looked into it and there are documented accounts of people living with things embedded in their head. People with severe head trauma, things can happen to them. One is foreign accent syndrome, and it’s kind of a bit what Bifur has. Because Bifur can only speak in Dwarvish. And Bifur is sort of insane, which is quite handy in a fight. When he fights, he doesn’t know how to stop. His injury was caused by an Orc. This is not actually in the film, but this is my personal journey as I’m looking for the Orc that did it and I wanna give it back to it. He once was more of a gentleman. But unfortunately, nowadays, he’s not what he used to be. He’s kind of like a Keith Richards, crossed with a Rasputin crossed with Rip van Winkle and Animal from the Muppets. But then they added a thing onto the character to make him also a toymaker. So you’ve got somebody that can be, you know, incredibly violent and berserk but he also has this very, very, very gentle side.

William Kircher on Bifur
happy-thought:


Right from the start when they showed us what our Dwarves looked like, I was thrilled. Because as an actor, that particular wound gives me a whole raft of things to explore that’s different from the other Dwarf characters. Straight away, I actually went and looked into it and there are documented accounts of people living with things embedded in their head. People with severe head trauma, things can happen to them. One is foreign accent syndrome, and it’s kind of a bit what Bifur has. Because Bifur can only speak in Dwarvish. And Bifur is sort of insane, which is quite handy in a fight. When he fights, he doesn’t know how to stop. His injury was caused by an Orc. This is not actually in the film, but this is my personal journey as I’m looking for the Orc that did it and I wanna give it back to it. He once was more of a gentleman. But unfortunately, nowadays, he’s not what he used to be. He’s kind of like a Keith Richards, crossed with a Rasputin crossed with Rip van Winkle and Animal from the Muppets. But then they added a thing onto the character to make him also a toymaker. So you’ve got somebody that can be, you know, incredibly violent and berserk but he also has this very, very, very gentle side.

William Kircher on Bifur
happy-thought:


Right from the start when they showed us what our Dwarves looked like, I was thrilled. Because as an actor, that particular wound gives me a whole raft of things to explore that’s different from the other Dwarf characters. Straight away, I actually went and looked into it and there are documented accounts of people living with things embedded in their head. People with severe head trauma, things can happen to them. One is foreign accent syndrome, and it’s kind of a bit what Bifur has. Because Bifur can only speak in Dwarvish. And Bifur is sort of insane, which is quite handy in a fight. When he fights, he doesn’t know how to stop. His injury was caused by an Orc. This is not actually in the film, but this is my personal journey as I’m looking for the Orc that did it and I wanna give it back to it. He once was more of a gentleman. But unfortunately, nowadays, he’s not what he used to be. He’s kind of like a Keith Richards, crossed with a Rasputin crossed with Rip van Winkle and Animal from the Muppets. But then they added a thing onto the character to make him also a toymaker. So you’ve got somebody that can be, you know, incredibly violent and berserk but he also has this very, very, very gentle side.

William Kircher on Bifur
happy-thought:


Right from the start when they showed us what our Dwarves looked like, I was thrilled. Because as an actor, that particular wound gives me a whole raft of things to explore that’s different from the other Dwarf characters. Straight away, I actually went and looked into it and there are documented accounts of people living with things embedded in their head. People with severe head trauma, things can happen to them. One is foreign accent syndrome, and it’s kind of a bit what Bifur has. Because Bifur can only speak in Dwarvish. And Bifur is sort of insane, which is quite handy in a fight. When he fights, he doesn’t know how to stop. His injury was caused by an Orc. This is not actually in the film, but this is my personal journey as I’m looking for the Orc that did it and I wanna give it back to it. He once was more of a gentleman. But unfortunately, nowadays, he’s not what he used to be. He’s kind of like a Keith Richards, crossed with a Rasputin crossed with Rip van Winkle and Animal from the Muppets. But then they added a thing onto the character to make him also a toymaker. So you’ve got somebody that can be, you know, incredibly violent and berserk but he also has this very, very, very gentle side.

William Kircher on Bifur
happy-thought:


Right from the start when they showed us what our Dwarves looked like, I was thrilled. Because as an actor, that particular wound gives me a whole raft of things to explore that’s different from the other Dwarf characters. Straight away, I actually went and looked into it and there are documented accounts of people living with things embedded in their head. People with severe head trauma, things can happen to them. One is foreign accent syndrome, and it’s kind of a bit what Bifur has. Because Bifur can only speak in Dwarvish. And Bifur is sort of insane, which is quite handy in a fight. When he fights, he doesn’t know how to stop. His injury was caused by an Orc. This is not actually in the film, but this is my personal journey as I’m looking for the Orc that did it and I wanna give it back to it. He once was more of a gentleman. But unfortunately, nowadays, he’s not what he used to be. He’s kind of like a Keith Richards, crossed with a Rasputin crossed with Rip van Winkle and Animal from the Muppets. But then they added a thing onto the character to make him also a toymaker. So you’ve got somebody that can be, you know, incredibly violent and berserk but he also has this very, very, very gentle side.

William Kircher on Bifur
happy-thought:


Right from the start when they showed us what our Dwarves looked like, I was thrilled. Because as an actor, that particular wound gives me a whole raft of things to explore that’s different from the other Dwarf characters. Straight away, I actually went and looked into it and there are documented accounts of people living with things embedded in their head. People with severe head trauma, things can happen to them. One is foreign accent syndrome, and it’s kind of a bit what Bifur has. Because Bifur can only speak in Dwarvish. And Bifur is sort of insane, which is quite handy in a fight. When he fights, he doesn’t know how to stop. His injury was caused by an Orc. This is not actually in the film, but this is my personal journey as I’m looking for the Orc that did it and I wanna give it back to it. He once was more of a gentleman. But unfortunately, nowadays, he’s not what he used to be. He’s kind of like a Keith Richards, crossed with a Rasputin crossed with Rip van Winkle and Animal from the Muppets. But then they added a thing onto the character to make him also a toymaker. So you’ve got somebody that can be, you know, incredibly violent and berserk but he also has this very, very, very gentle side.

William Kircher on Bifur

happy-thought:

Right from the start when they showed us what our Dwarves looked like, I was thrilled. Because as an actor, that particular wound gives me a whole raft of things to explore that’s different from the other Dwarf characters. Straight away, I actually went and looked into it and there are documented accounts of people living with things embedded in their head. People with severe head trauma, things can happen to them. One is foreign accent syndrome, and it’s kind of a bit what Bifur has. Because Bifur can only speak in Dwarvish. And Bifur is sort of insane, which is quite handy in a fight. When he fights, he doesn’t know how to stop. His injury was caused by an Orc. This is not actually in the film, but this is my personal journey as I’m looking for the Orc that did it and I wanna give it back to it. He once was more of a gentleman. But unfortunately, nowadays, he’s not what he used to be. He’s kind of like a Keith Richards, crossed with a Rasputin crossed with Rip van Winkle and Animal from the Muppets. But then they added a thing onto the character to make him also a toymaker. So you’ve got somebody that can be, you know, incredibly violent and berserk but he also has this very, very, very gentle side.

William Kircher on Bifur


dumbkili:

boromir asking gimli about erebor and being genuinely interested in the ensuing two hour conversation

boromir answering legolas when he has questions about mortal life, describing the process of aging, and assuring legolas that it’s not as bad as it seems

boromir letting merry and pip lecture him about pipe weed and tea kettles

boromir being more than just the man who succumbed to the ring