This article is about the King of Khazad-dûm. For the other namesakes, see Thráin (disambiguation).

Thráin I, also known as Thráin the Old, was the son of Náin I and King of Durin's Folk and the first King under the Mountain.

Biography Edit

When his father was slain by the Balrog as his grandfather Durin VI had been killed before, Thráin I fled Khazad-dûm together with the remainder of Durin's Folk during which he and succeeded his father as King of Durin's Folk. They migrated to Lonely Mountain, which he founded in TA 1999. He was succeeded as King by Thorin I.[1]

King of Durin's Folk
Preceded by
Náin I
Thráin I Succeeded by
Thorin I
TA 1981 - TA 2190
King under the Mountain
Preceded by
Thráin I Succeeded by
Thorin I
TA 1999TA 2190

Translations around the World Edit

Foreign Language Translated name
Czech Thrain Starý
Norwegian Thráin I
Thrain I a.k.a. Thrain den gamle

References Edit

  1. The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A: Annals of the Kings and Rulers, III: Durin's Folk