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Náin I

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'''Náin I''' was the son of King [[Durin VI]] of [[Khazad-dûm]], who became King after his father was slain by the [[Balrogs|Balrog]] known as [[Durin's Bane]]. Náin's kingship lasted only a year, before he too was slain - his son [[Thráin I]] led the remnant of [[Durin's folk]] away into the north.
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'''Náin I''' ([[Third Age]] 1832 – 1981, lived 149 years) was the son of [[Durin VI]] and King of [[Durin's folk]]. He ruled for only 1 year, between 1980 and 1981. During Náin's time the [[Dwarves]] of Durin's folk lived in [[Khazad-dûm]], but had awoken a [[Durin's Bane|Balrog]]. The Balrog slew Náin's father and shortly thereafter slew Náin himself. Under his [[Thráin I|son's]] direction, Durin's folk fled their ancestral home for safety in [[Lonely Mountain]] and the [[Grey Mountains]].
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Revision as of 18:48, 18 May 2006

Náin I (Third Age 1832 – 1981, lived 149 years) was the son of Durin VI and King of Durin's folk. He ruled for only 1 year, between 1980 and 1981. During Náin's time the Dwarves of Durin's folk lived in Khazad-dûm, but had awoken a Balrog. The Balrog slew Náin's father and shortly thereafter slew Náin himself. Under his son's direction, Durin's folk fled their ancestral home for safety in Lonely Mountain and the Grey Mountains.

Preceded by:
Durin VI
Kings of Durin's folk Followed by:
Thráin I