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  The Grey Havens - Dwarves: Dwarf list
Was King of Durin's House in Erebor after 2941, was himself killed in the WR in the Battle of Dale.
He escaped from Erebor in 2770 and was slain in Azanulbizar.
Born in TA 2866 and King of Durin's House in Erebor.
tolkien.cro.net /dwarves/list.html   (1531 words)

  Erebor | Lord of the Rings Fanatics Library   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Alliance of Erebor and Dale was a return to the traditions of the Alliance of Dwarves and Men, destroyed by Sauron in Second Age.
Then Thrór Dáin's son, the great-great-grandson of Thráin, returned to Erebor and became King-under-the-Mountain, and prospered exceedingly, having the friendship of all that dwelt near, whether Elves or Men or the birds and beasts of the land.
And Erebor, the last seat of the king of Durin's folk was sacked and occupied by the dragon.
www.lotrlibrary.com /racesofarda/Erebor.asp   (657 words)

 Battle of Five Armies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Prior to the battle, the Men of the Lake and the Wood-elves had laid siege to the Dwarves in the Lonely Mountain, when the 13 Dwarves in Erebor under Thorin II Oakenshield refused to share any of the treasure they had recaptured from Smaug.
These reached Dain II Ironfoot of the nearby Iron Hills, and he marched to Erebor with 500 heavily armed Dwarves, most skilled veterans of the War of the Dwarves and Orcs.
The battle raged across the Mountain, and then a great noise was heard: Thorin and his 12 Dwarf companions inside the mountain had thrown down the stone wall they had erected across the mouth of the gates, killing many Orcs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battle_of_Five_Armies   (996 words)

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 The Quest of Erebor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"The Quest of Erebor" is a work of fantasy fiction by J.
This work explains how and why Gandalf arranged for the retaking of the Lonely Mountain (Erebor in Sindarin), an adventure recounted from the perspective of Bilbo Baggins many years before in Tolkien's The Hobbit.
"The Quest of Erebor" was originally written in the 1950s to be a part of The Lord of the Rings but Tolkien decided not to include it, and only a very abridged version of the tale occurred in the Appendices.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Quest_of_Erebor   (407 words)

 A Custom Shattered, Part 1
They were all grateful enough for Gandalf's aid in their regaining Erebor, but the thankfulness did not extend to explaining customs or allowing him too close to the families.
It was likely that all of Erebor would be shocked by such a relationship with an outsider, but quite possible some would not be particularly surprised.
He had watched Gandalf closely during his last stay in Erebor, and the wizard had never given the slightest indication that he was interested in dwarves in that fashion.
gandalfslash.slashcity.net /sk_custom1.htm   (1727 words)

 :: yanta eanna ::
In that time the Valar brought order to the seas and the lands and the mountains, and Yavanna planted at last the seeds that she had long devised.
Erebor is the name of the Lonely Mountain that stands in the north-east of Middle-Earth, between Mirkwood and the Iron Hills.
At length word of the splendour of Erebor reached Smaug the Golden, greatest of all dragons of his days, and he came to Erebor where he utterly routed the dwarves.
www.planetnintendo.com /thehobbit/info/places/?x=1   (292 words)

 info95   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Erebor, as a kingdom of the dwarves, was 200 years old before Smaug destroyed it and Dale.
The ravens of Erebor were friends of the dwarves and could speak.
In ancient times, the people of Dale could communicate with them, but dwarves could not, even though the thrushes and dwarves were friends.
www.berghuis.co.nz /abiator/unit/hobbit/ab/info95.html   (73 words)

 Angband.oook.cz - The Angband Ladder
You found it in the remains of a Dracolich on level 61 of Erebor.
You found it in the remains of Glaurung, Father of the Dragons on level 72 of Erebor.
You found it in the remains of Scatha the Worm on level 64 of Erebor.
angband.oook.cz /ladder-show.php?id=1932   (6635 words)

 Angband.oook.cz - The Angband Ladder
You found it in the remains of a Vampire lord on level 72 of Erebor.
You found it in the remains of a Demonologist on level 72 of Erebor.
You found it in the remains of Ren the Unclean on level 63 of Erebor.
angband.oook.cz /ladder-show.php?id=3642   (6901 words)

 Baldray Summaries 24,25   (Site not responding. Last check: )
April 7th, Erebor is free, but the lingering stench of the Halfling God-Emperor hangs over its Cathedral.
The populace of Erebor are free from their spartan Formian-designed barracks, heady with individual freedom.
The people of Erebor need the money to rebuild and revitalize the city, but the items, they are given to the adventurers as salvage.
www.cco.caltech.edu /~dad/archives/baldray/baldray_25.html   (3457 words)

 Dwarves of Erebor - Books   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Erebor, also known as the Lonely Mountain, is located east of Mirkwood, and west of the Iron Hills.
Erebor was first settled by Thrain I in the year 1999 of the third age.
In the war of the ring Erebor was beseiged, but after the ring was destroyed, Sauron's forces were destroyed or fled.
maxpages.com /berendir/Dwarves_of_Erebor - !http://maxpages.com/berendir/Dwarves_of_Erebor   (217 words)

 Balin Bio   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Balin was born in the Kingdom under the Mountain at Erebor in 2763.
Exactly a century later, he set out with Thorin and Company in the successful Quest of Erebor, which resulted in the slaying of Smaug the Dragon and the re-establishment of the Kingdom under the Mountain.
In 2989 Balin left Erebor in an attempt to re-establish a Dwarf-kingdom in Moria.
www.rule-them-all.com /page90.html   (161 words)

 Etsy :: Erebor
A flying dragon with outstretched wings dangles in the center of this piece, strongly secured with wire (I have a similar piece with a different charm and my 20 month old has given it much wear and tear and it has withstood her attentions).
Erebor is the Elvin name for the Tolkien mountain home of Smaug.
This necklace is *baby-proofed*, meaning that it can also be used as a nursing necklace.
www.etsy.com /view_item.php?listing_id=493343   (436 words)

 Races of Middle Earth
Fleeing Erebor, Thrór, the last King of Erebor, traveled back to Moria, where Azog, lord of the orcs killed him and mutilated his head.
Gandalf saw Smaug to be a great threat in the coming war with Sauron, and proposed a stealthy attack on Smaug's lair relying on the "thieving skills" of (Bilbo) to gain entrance to the dragon's lair using a key given to Gandalf by Thráin, Thrór elder son.
Erebor, and the Human Kingdom of Dale then became mighty forces that were able to resist the army of Easterlings and Orcs that Sauron sent against Gondor from the North.
www.geocities.com /palynolo/lotrrace.html   (3438 words)

 Tolkien - Dwarves   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 2989, Oin left Erebor and went to Khazad-dum with Balin and in 2994, he was killed by the Watcher in the Water.
Expedition organized by Thorin II in 2941 whose goal was to recover the hoard of Smaug in Erebor.
During the adventure, Smaug was destroyed and Erebor restored, but more importantly Gandalf acquired the Elven-sword Glamdring, Bilbo found (or stole, depending on who you ask) the One Ring while under the Misty Mountains, and the Battle of the Five Armies was fought.
zzickle.homelinux.com /tolkien/people/dwarves.html   (820 words)

 01-31-04: The Messenger, the Immortal Orc, and the Oscars
He was rather cowardly as well, so I doubt he would have ridden across Rhovanion and to the gate of Erebor without any escort or protection, let alone return twice; it’s simply unlike his character and his role.
Apart from the fact that its description strongly resembles that of a Black Rider, it is not unplausible that he could have journeyed to Erebor three times before the crossing the River and joining the hunt into the Shire.
The reason for this is that he would likely have been one of the Nazgûl that occupied Dol Guldur, which is far closer to Erebor than Minas Morgul, and thus also he would not have crossed the Anduin at Osgiliath, but further north (probably at the Undeeps).
www.tolkien-movies.com /forum/forum.php?id=3911   (743 words)

 Thorin Oakenshield's Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Historical accomplishment(s): Was at Erebor at the coming of the dragon.
Was slain, and buried with Orcist and the Arkenstone.
Erebor's internet service has been down for a very long time.
www.livejournal.com /users/arkenstone   (606 words)

 The Last Alliance
It was located on the western shore of the Long Lake and was built on huge wooden stilts, whereas the township of Dale was situated at the feet of the Lonely Mountain (Erebor).
The first Esgaroth and Dale were burned and destroyed by the dragon Smaug in the year TA 2770, after he attacked and ravaged the Dwarven Kingdom of Erebor.
The dragon laid waste to Erebor, driving the few remaining refugees into exile, devastating the fair town of Dale at the foot of Erebor, and burning thriving Esgaroth to the ground.
www.wildfiregames.com /tla/civ_lakemen.html   (904 words)

 Axe and Bow - The Gimli Page
At some time after this, the entire population of Thorin's people must have relocated to Erebor with all their possessions - a long and arduous journey that must have taken at least a year.
Whatever it was, it clearly involved a strong martial element, though this could merely have been because he was forced to travel through dangerous terrain (such as Mirkwood, for example) in order to perform his duties.
The emissary was sent away empty-handed three times, promising the destruction of Erebor if his demands were not complied with.
axebow.hakaze.com /char/gims.htm   (963 words)

Head of the Baggins family, he dwelt alone at Bag End, Hobbiton, until Gandalf involved him in the Quest of Erebor in 2941 (Third Age), and so drew the Hobbits into the great affairs of the end of the Third Age.
Bilbo's father Bungo died in 2926, and his mother Belladonna in 2934, after which Bilbo lived alone at Bag End for seven years until a fateful morning in the spring of 2941, when his pleasant, uneventful life was disturbed by the arrival of Gandalf.
Those Dwarves that survived scattered throughout the northern lands, and many, led by Thorin, the rightful heir to the kingdom, travelled into the west and settled in the Blue Mountains near the borders of the Shire.
www.angelfire.com /goth/lotr/bilbo.html   (399 words)

 Brian's Old News
I've currently got my desktop machine, erebor, which has a 20gig drive and a 40gig drive.
I want to turn erebor into my file server, storing movie and music files to play on either olympus or any other machine in the apartment.
So, I'm thinking about taking the 20 and the 40 in erebor and putting them in otherwise brand-new olympus.
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 The Barrow-Downs
Gimli, son of "the" Glóin, one of the dwarves who reclaimed the Lonely Mountain from Smaug together with Bilbo Baggins, first comes into the history of the Ring War when he and his father went to Rivendell as the emissaries of the dwarves of Erebor.
Apart from other journeys with his now close friend Legolas, Gimli also led the dwarves from Erebor who greatly helped in the rebuilding of the gate and city of Minas Tirith, incidentally using a lot of mithril in the process.
In the year 120 of the Fourth Age, after the passing of King Elessar, Gimli and Legolas set sail from Ithilien and were said to have reached the Blessed Realm; Gimli being the only dwarf ever admitted to Tol Eressea and Aman.
www.barrowdowns.com /theme-gimli.php   (989 words)

 The Hobbit Movie - Places: Erebor
Erebor, the Lonely Mountain, was an old Dwarf colony which became important when the Dwarves had to give up their big city Khazad-Dum (Moria) due to the Balrog which appeared there.
Erebor and its large caves inside became the new capital of the Dwarves of Durin's Folk and the Dwarves got rich again there.
Another town called Dale, inhabited by Men, was build at the foot of the mountain.
derhobbit-film.de /erebor.shtml   (120 words)

 Bombur   (Site not responding. Last check: )
And he makes mistakes when he is last: He tumbles with Bifur and Bofur onto Thorin when they enter Bag End last, he enters Beorn's house early than intended, and he also slips into the enchanted river (and falls asleep).
Later though, he is forced to use the ropes to escape the rampaging dragon Smaug.
And while he is on a midnight lookout in the fortified Erebor, Bilbo promises to keep watch so that he can sleep in the warmth (Bilbo used this opportunity to sneak the Arkenstone out of the mountain).
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/B/Bombur.htm   (350 words)

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