When Ori thinks of his brother, Nori, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: quick, skillful, witty, and seemingly fearless. Nori is a dwarf who isn't afraid.

When Ori thinks of his brother, Dori, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: graceful, polite, courteous, and always friendly. Dori is a dwarf who knows how to make anyone feel welcome.

When Ori thinks of their king under the mountain, Thorin, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: majestic, fearless, powerful, and hard working. Thorin is a dwarf who fought many armies to get his home back.

When Ori thinks of Fíli, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: smooth, amusing, talented, and loyal. Fíli is a dwarf who would fight to the end for his kin and that is admirable.

When Ori thinks of Kíli, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: unafraid, light-footed, skilled with a bow, and (like his brother) loyal to the end. Kíli is a dwarf who isn't afraid to follow those he loves into the unknown.

When Ori thinks of Bifur, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: wild, crazy, rugged, and unpredictable. Bifur is a dwarf who you want to have on your side when you're fighting someone you really should be afraid of.

When Ori thinks of Bofur, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: friendly, charming, concerned, and sociable. Bofur is a dwarf who you want as your friend because he will always listen to you and give you the best advice.

When Ori thinks of Bombur, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: sympathetic, understanding, gluttonous, and warm. Bombur is a dwarf who you would want to be your host that provides you with a good meal and a warm home to come back to.

When Ori thinks of Óin, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: healer, helpful, intelligent, capable, and inventive. Óin is a dwarf who you want around to help save your life if it was at risk or in peril.

When Ori thinks of Glóin, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: adventurous, loud, independent, optimistic, and devoted. Glóin is a dwarf who you want to speak up for you, to stand up for you when perhaps you don't have the words to do it yourself.

When Ori thinks of Balin, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: articulate, observant, wise, noble, and gentle. Balin is the one you should go to first to seek counsel and get an opinion because he always knows best.

When Ori thinks of Dwalin, he thinks other dwarves should be like him: fearless, commanding, protecting, and strong. Dwalin is someone you want to support you, because if you don't then you better not stand in his way.

When Ori thinks of himself, he thinks other dwarves shouldn't be like him: shy, quiet, studious, and boring. He is someone that only watches and writes things down about what other people do and that isn't very special.

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When the others think of Ori, they think everyone should be like him: smart, capable, resourceful, friendly, loyal, and considerate. Ori is someone you want to have around you to know what to do next because he listens and watches enough to know what is the best for you at heart.