Memorable Quotes “Dread has come upon you all! Bolg has bear claws strapped to his shoulders suggesting that he, like Azog, hunted and killed Beorn’s ancestors. Beorn mentioned his fellow Shape Shifters, who once lived in the mountains before Azog the Defiler came down from the north and killed or enslaved many of his people for sport. Bolg has bear claws strapped to his shoulders suggesting that he, like Azog, hunted and killed Beorn’s ancestors. share. In the trailer, we also see what looks like Bolg throw Tauriel into a wall (and I mean THROW) and I'm guessing Bolg kills Tauriel, Legolas goes apeshit and kills Bolg and not only regains his self-dignity for getting his ass kicked, but avenges Tauriel. Beorn is a The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug minifigure that was released in 2013. Azog was hunted down and killed, by Dain Ironfoot. I’m actually pretty interested to see who kills who in this movie - the addition of Azog sort of shakes things up. He awakens to find the battle over, with the goblins defeated, whilst men, elves and dwarves have united to face any future dangers. Beorn once more hosted Bilbo and Gandalf and other Woodmen who came to celebrate Yule. Close. Bolg / Beorn; Bolg & Beorn; Bolg; Bill the Troll; Azog; Thorin's Company; Beorn; Character Death; Canonical Character Death; Falling In Love; Slash; Male Slash; Canon-Typical Violence; Implied Relationships; nymph; Magic; Deutsch | German; Summary.
Beorn was a Northman, the first Shape-shifter, and a Beorning chieftain who lived in the West of Mirkwood, near the Carrock. During the battle, Azog commands his army by using signal flags which tell a legion when to attack. Bolg’s bodyguard struck down Thorin and killed his nephews as they defended his body, before the unexpected arrival of Beorn in an enraged, gigantic bear form. Speculation Below. In his fury, he tears through Bolg's bodyguard until he reaches and kills the goblin leader. Posted by 9 hours ago. In the Battle of Five Armies, Beorn appeared transformed into a giant bear, rescued Thorin from the Goblins and killed their leader, Bolg. Log in or sign up to leave a comment log in sign up. For those who didn’t read the book, the “true” version is that Azog died decades before the events of the Hobbit, and Bolg is killed by Beorn during the Battle of Five Armies. His role in the film trilogy is very different from the book. In the Battle of Five Armies, Beorn appeared transformed into a giant bear, rescued Thorin from the Goblins and killed their leader, Bolg. However, Thorin has been mortally wounded. 20 comments.
In The Hobbit, Bolg had succeeded Azog after the latter's death in the Battle of Azanulbizar (the last battle of the War of the Dwarves and Orcs) in TA 2799 by Dáin II Ironfoot, and had resettled in the old refuge of Mount Gundabad after the kingdom of Angmar was abandoned. 159. Beorn arrives to the Battle of the Five Armies atop a Great Eagle rather than on foot and does not slay Bolg, who is killed by Legolas in the film adaptation (the Orc commander was also changed to be Azog himself, but Thorin, instead of Beorn, kills Azog in single combat).