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King Thráin's Expedition
Dwalin accompanied King Thráin II with a few others including his brother Balin, on the king's attempt to reclaim Erebor; but the king wandered off one night at the eves of Mirkwood and his company looked everywhere for him but they did not know that he was captured by the servants of Sauron and taken to the dungeons of Dol Guldur. So the company headed back to the northern Ered Luin; where Thráin had previously established a new kingdom and was now ruled by his son Thorin Oakenshield.
Decades after Thráin's disappearance, Thorin and his people were doing well in their new home, but ever they remembered Erebor, and their treasure. When the king -by the advise of the wizard Gandalf- decided to reclaim Erebor, he called together a small company of his kin and followers to join him. Dwalin was one of these. Along with Balin, Dwalin set off with eleven other Dwarves and one Hobbit to the Lonely mountain of Erebor.
Dwalin supposedly died in Fourth Age 91 at the age of 340, very old even for a Dwarf.
Dwalin was of Durin's line.
Portrayal in Adaptations
- Lockwood West plays the role of Dwalin.
1977: The Hobbit (1977 film):
- The part of Dwalin was voiced by Paul Frees. He does not have a blue beard, but a white one.
- No actor is specified for the role of Dwalin.
1982: The Hobbit (1982 video game):
2003: The Hobbit (2003 video game):
- Dwalin is a blue-bearded Dwarf, who is not seen in the game (other than cut-scenes) until Lake-town.
2007: The Lord of the Rings Online:
- Dwalin is a non-playable character who is king of Thorin's Hall. The player can find him sitting on a throne north of the gates into Thorin's Hall.
2012-3: The Hobbit films:
- Dwalin will be played by Graham McTavish.
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A, "Durin's Folk"
- ↑ Snorri Sturlusson, Edda, "Skaldskaparmal"
- ↑ Ruth S. Noel, The Languages of Tolkien's Middle-earth, page 32
- ↑ Henry A. Bellows (ed.), Völuspá, "Poetic Edda"
- ↑ ZX Computing iss. 8304 p. 76 reproduced at World of Spectrum - Archive (retrieved 16 August 2010)
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