Dôm son of Trîr

Son of Trîr III and King before his brother Bân son of Trîr, Dôm ruled Rûrîk in eastern Middle-Earth briefly after T.A. 1640. Since he died after a long illness, suspicion was cast upon his brother, the all-grasping Bân, a master of potions, but no foul play was ever proven.


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.

Original forms:

  • Bain - Bân
  • Dóm - Dôm
  • Ruuriik - Rûrîk
  • Thrír - Trîr


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