(SA ca.900) Son of Fârn and predecessor of Druin III, this Lord of Druin's Line failed as a fighter and explorer, at last finding himself successful in commerce. He maintained a flourishing trade with the Men of the East, dealing in arms, baked goods, and mead.
The Spelling of some Names was altered to move away from pseudo-old Norse Names, which represent the Language of northern Rhovanion and would have been unknown to the eastern Dwarves.
- Dárin - Dârn
- Drúin - Druin
- Fárin - Fârn
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