|Date of birth||TA 2906|
|Date of death||March 15, TA 3003|
|Culture||Arnorians (Dúnedain of Arnor)|
|Lord of the Rings film trilogy|
Dalason is a Ranger of the North and the second-in-command of the Grey Company.
Joining the RuffiansEdit
Born in the kingdom of Arnor, Dalason became a robber in the Wilderland and joined the Ruffians. Ever since he joined them, he once heard stories about the Ring of Barahir and the Heir of Isildur would restore order to every nation in Middle-earth. Sometime in the year TA 2978, he tried to rob Halbarad Dúnadan, Strider, Elladan and Elrohir with his team. However, when he learned that Strider's name was revealed to be Aragorn and carried the Ring of Barahir, he was quite surprised that he was the Heir of Isildur. Rather than been an enemy to him, he decided to abandon his service from the Ruffians, and become a Ranger of the North. After some adventures, Dalason and Halbarad finally trusted each other and became good friends.
Battle of Lam NheongEdit
War of the RingEdit
During the War of the Ring, Dalason was among 6000 Rangers that were recruited to follow Halbarad and aid Aragorn at Galadriel's request. Dalason knew that it was happening, and that Aragorn's destiny was to become King and defeat Sauron. On March 15, Dalason and all the rangers fought at the battle of Pelennor Fields against the armies of Mordor. Sadly during the battle, Dalason and two of his former team mates, Calenglad and Rasto, were killed by Indûr the Betrayer. Halbarad was furious of his friend's death and tried to kill the Nazgûl leader until he was killed by Mûrazôr, the Witch-King of Angmar.
Translations around the WorldEdit
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|Chinese (Hong Kong)||德勒臣|