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The '''Firebeards''' were one of the seven houses of the [[Dwarves
]] who lived in [[Nogrod]] in the [[Ered Luin]] during the [[First Age]]. Of the two Dwarf houses of [[Beleriand]], the Firebeards were the least friendly. They fought the [[Elves]] over the treasure of [[Nargothrond]], and they also sacked the city of [[Menegroth]] which in the end the Dwarves that took part were all killed in the [[ Battle of Sarn Athrad]]. They did however, help the Elves and Men in the [[Wars of Beleriand]]. |+|
|−|In the [[War of Wrath]] their great city of Nogrod, was destroyed and sunk into the sea along with much of the Ered Luin. Some Firebeards stayed in the Ered Luin to help rebuild what they could with the [[Broadbeams]] , from the also destroyed city of [[ Belegost]] , while most went to the halls of [[Khazad-dum]] in the [[Misty Mountains]], swelling its numbers. |+|
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|−|After thousands of years it seems the ''' Firebeards'' ' may have parted ways with [[ Durin's folk]] after the awakening of [[Durin's Bane]], and returned to the Ered Luin, where things were likely much more prosperous than after the sinking of Beleriand. |+|
|−|Also during the [[Third Age]] it is likely that they answered the request for aid from Durin's folk in the eventual [[ War of the Dwarves and Orcs]] . |+|
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Revision as of 14:29, 14 January 2013
The Firebeards were one of the seven houses of the Dwarves. They were originally paired with the Broadbeams. The ancestor of the Firebeards was among the oldest (together with the ancestors of the Broadbeams and Longbeards) of the Seven Ancestors of the Dwarves.
Portrayal in adaptations
2002-5: The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game:
- The House corresponding to the Firebeards is called Úri's Folk, said to being "instantly recognizable by the fiery hue of their beards". After the destruction of Nogrod, some of Úri's Folk went to join the Longbeards at Khazad-dûm, while others delved new halls in the southern Ered Luin.
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Peoples of Middle-earth, "Of Dwarves and Men", pp. 301, 322 (note 24)
Mike Mearls, Chris Seeman (2003), Moria