Son of Dhrâli II, a Lord of Druin's Line, Bhalli (SA ca.1700) lusted after wealth and power as if he had invented the urge. A brilliant thinker and moving orator, Bhalli led expeditions into the Iron Mountains and in his old age (around 150) discovered gold and searched for mithril. His "eye" or vision, was said thereafter to be golden, and his family was wealthy for centuries.

Bhalli's talent to find yet unknown silverveins was probably connected with the second of the Dwarven-Rings which he had received from Sauron.


The Spelling of some Names was altered to move away from old Norse Names, which represent the Language of northern Rhovanion and would have been unknown to the eastern Dwarves.

Original forms:

  • Balli - Bhalli
  • Drali II - Dhrâli II
  • Drúin - Druin


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