Frar the Beardless

Dwarf Obsessed with Greydelve

Description:

Upon encountering Frar most people are struck by the singular fact that he lacks a beard. The sight of a beardless dwarf is so striking that few people notice any other feature. For that reason he is rather nondescript. Rather, the intensity of his personality is what is most memorable. The leader of the houseless Dwarves who now live in the Grey Mountain Narrows and northern Mirkwood Forest, Frar lives an itinerant life moving between the Iron Hills, Dale, Erebor.

Consumed by desire, Frar thinks of only one object, to retake the Greydelve, his mansion of his ancestors. Missing no opportunity to enlist others into cause, Frar burns with evangelical zeal. He has made himself obnoxious in King Dain’s court, where his plans are met with thinly-disguised contempt.

Dain’s contempt for Frar stems not just from the Dwarf’s personality and tenacity, which his prodigious even for his people, but from the fear that if Frar were successful that a newly reopened Greydelve would compete with and drain resources away from Erebor. Frar, therefore, now operates behind Dain’s back and flirts with unsavory characters.

Bio:

Upon encountering Frar most people are struck by the singular fact that he lacks a beard. The sight of a beardless dwarf is so striking that few people notice any other feature. For that reason he is rather nondescript. Rather, the intensity of his personality is what is most memorable. The leader of the houseless Dwarves who now live in the Grey Mountain Narrows and northern Mirkwood Forest, Frar lives an itinerant life moving between the Iron Hills, Dale, Erebor.

Consumed by desire, Frar thinks of only one object, to retake the Greydelve, his mansion of his ancestors. Missing no opportunity to enlist others into cause, Frar burns with evangelical zeal. He has made himself obnoxious in King Dain’s court, where his plans are met with thinly-disguised contempt.

Dain’s contempt for Frar stems not just from the Dwarf’s personality and tenacity, which his prodigious even for his people, but from the fear that if Frar were successful that a newly reopened Greydelve would compete with and drain resources away from Erebor. Frar, therefore, now operates behind Dain’s back and flirts with unsavory characters.

2946 Gloin was sent to meet with Frar in Mirkwood and was waylaid when captured in the Marsh Dwellers’ lair. The Company escorted Gloin to Frar, who waited near Thranduil’s Kingdom. The homeless dwarf told of the tragedy that had befalled: Tauriel’s wight putting Legolas into a coma.
Throrr seemed taken with the idea reclaiming the Greydelve.

Frar the Beardless

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