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==History==
 
==History==
Lóni was part of [[Balin's Colony]] to reclaim [[Moria]]. Their mission at first seemed successful, and [[Balin]] went so far as to claim the title [[Lord of Moria]]. This all changed in their fifth year there. On November 10th, the [[Orcs]] came up the [[Silverlode]] and killed Balin while he was alone, unaware, and looking into [[Mirrormere]]. The Dwarves fought back but eventually lost [[East-gate]] and [[First Hall]].  
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Lóni was part of [[Balin's Colony]] to reclaim [[Moria]]. Their mission at first seemed successful, and [[Balin]] went so far as to claim the title [[Lord of Moria]]. This all changed in their fifth year there. On November 10th, the [[Orcs]] came up the [[Silverlode]] and killed Balin while he was alone, and unaware and looking into [[Mirrormere]]. The Dwarves fought back but eventually lost [[East-gate]] and [[First Hall]].  
The Orcs made it across the [[Bridge of Khazad-dûm]], there was a [[Battle of the Second Hall|battle in the Second Hall]], and Lóni and his companions [[Frár]] and [[Náli]] died bravely while the rest of the colonists retreated.<ref>{{FR|Bridge}}</ref>
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The Orcs made it across the [[Bridge of Khazad-dûm]] and there was a [[Battle of the Second Hall|battle in the Second Hall]], and Lóni and his companions [[Frár]] and [[Náli]] died bravely while the rest of the colonists retreated.<ref>{{FR|Bridge}}</ref>
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==

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