Scatha Dragon from Lord Of The Rings

Dragon Scatha, Dragons Lord of the Rings -

Scatha Dragon from Lord Of The Rings

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"Of his son Fram, it is said that he was the destroyer of Scatha, the great dragon of the Ered Mithrin, and the long snakes were not to disturb the peace of this country afterward. "

- The Lord of the Rings - Appendix A

  • Dates? - around 2000 3A
  • Dragon Race
  • Meaning That alters (rohanese)

Scatha, The Last Dragon of the Grey Mountains


Scatha is a dragon worm or snake, his body is slender and has no wings, he lived about 3000 years before the events of the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. It is said that he terrorized the Grey Mountain Dwarves and stole their treasures. 


Scatha stole many treasures from the Dwarves who inhabited these mountains. He was killed around 2000 3A by Fram, a prince of the Éothéod, the ancestors of the Rohirrim, who made his teeth rise into a necklace. The horn Éowyn gave to Merry came from her treasure.

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