Naucor / Khazâd (Dwarves)

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Azaghâl – A noble Dwarf, the Lord of Belegost in the later First Age. The great smith Telchar made for him a helm of steel and gold, with the head of Glaurung as its crest. While travelling the roads of… Read more

Balin – Dwarf of Durin’s Folk descended from KingNáin II, and thus closely related to the royal house of the Longbeards. He had many adventures in his long life, beginning at the age of just… Read more

Bifur – A descendant of the Dwarves of Moria, one of the companions of Bilbo Baggins and Thorin II Oakenshield on the Quest of Erebor.

Bofur – A descendant of the Dwarves of Moria, one of the companions of Bilbo Baggins and Thorin II Oakenshield on the Quest of Erebor. His most notable adventure on that quest took place after the DwarvesRead more

Bombur – A descendant of the Dwarves of Moria, famed for his girth, who accompanied Thorin II Oakenshield and Bilbo Baggins on the Quest of Erebor.

Dáin II Ironfoot – A descendant of Grór, the youngest son of Dáin I, and lord of the Dwarves of the Iron Hills. After the death of his cousin Thorin II Oakenshield in theBattle of Five Armies, Dáin inherited…Read more

Dís – The daughter of Thráin II, and sister of Thorin II Oakenshield. The mother of Fíli and Kíli, she is the only dwarf-woman named by Tolkien.

Dori – Dwarf of the House of Durin, who accompanied his lord Thorin II Oakenshield on the Quest of Erebor.

Durin I – The eldest of the Seven Fathers of the Dwarves, the first of that race to be created by the Vala Aulë. He was set to sleep under the mountains of Middle-earth until after the awakening of the Elves… Read more

Durin III – The King of Durin’s Folk at the height of their friendship with the Elves of Eregion. According to legend, he was given a Ring of Power – the ring that would later be known as the Ring of Thrór – by Celebrimbor himself.

Durin VII – The last of the seven Durins appears once in Appendix A to The Lord of the Rings, as an undated descendant of Thorin III. As such, we know almost nothing of him apart from the bare fact of his existence. Read more

Farin – A descendant of the royal line of Durin’s Folk, Farin was the son of Borin, and so the grandson of King Náin II. Through his elder son Fundin, Farin was the grandfather of Balin, the short-lived… Read more

Fíli – Nephew of Thorin II Oakenshield, who accompanied him on the Quest of Erebor, and was slain at his side in the Battle of Five Armies.

Frár – One of the Dwarves who followed Balin from the Lonely Mountain on his expedition to retake Moria for Durin’s Folk. The Dwarves seemed at first to succeed in their mission, as they recovered their ancient…Read more

Frerin – The second son of Thráin II, and thus younger brother of Thorin Oakenshield. He was born in Erebor during the time that his grandfather Thrór ruled as King under the Mountain, and…Read more

Frór – The son of Dáin I of Durin’s Folk, and brother to Thrór the founder of Erebor. He was slain with his father by a Cold-drake in the Grey Mountains.

Gamil Zirak – Dwarvish smith, the master of Telchar of Nogrod, the maker of many renowned works. Gamil Zirak was a great craftsman himself, and the treasuries of Thingol were known to hold examples of his work.

Gimli – Son of Glóin, he travelled from Rivendell with the Company of the Ring. After the breaking of the Fellowship at Parth Galen, he hunted Orcs acrossRohan with Aragorn and Legolas. He fought…Read more

Glóin Father Of Gimli – Son of Gróin, and father of Gimli Elf-friend, Glóin accompanied Gandalf and Bilbo Baggins on the Quest of Erebor and years later was present with his son at the Council of Elrond.

Thorin II Oakenshield – The King of Durin’s Folk who led his people to reclaim Erebor from Smaug; slain in the Battle of Five Armies.

Thráin II – King of Durin’s Folk in exile, the son of Thrór and father of Thorin II Oakenshield. He escaped Erebor when Smaug descended upon it, but later wandered Middle-earth seeking to return there; he… Read more

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