Frodo Sentence Examples
As the cranky wizard Gandalf tells Frodo, to stay in the Shire would put everyone else there in danger.
Without Gollum 's last desperate attempt to wrestle the ring from Frodo 's grasp all would have been lost.
Play as Sam and protect Frodo at all costs by battling your way through Goblins, Orcs and ferocious spiders.
With the Lord of the Rings, the focus will largely be on Frodo and the hobbits.
Play Sam, and help Frodo get to Mount Doom to destroy the Ring of Power.Advertisement
Help Frodo in his quest to destroy the Ring of Power.
Protect Middle Earth from the evil power of Sauron, and help Frodo in his quest to destroy the Ring of Power.
It is an easy to learn game where you can play as Frodo, Aragorn, Gimli, Gandalf and Legolas.
Experience the adventure, save Middle Earth and protect Frodo in his quest to destroy the Ring of Power.
With Frodo are his three friends, Merry and Pippin, cousins of a sort, and Sam, son of his gardener and essentially Frodo's servant and valet.Advertisement
Sam's relationship with Frodo is one of the mainsprings of the story.
Gandalf is lost to an enemy in the Misty Mountains, and treachery reaches into the hearts of the company itself, as Boromir tries to steal the Ring from Frodo, forcing Frodo and Sam to flee alone, and the rest of the Company to follow.
Frodo and Sam have left the band, frightened at the influence the Ring they carry is having on their fellows, and resolved to complete the quest alone.
He has failed and the remainder of the fellowship, knowing that Frodo and Sam at least are at liberty and chose their path, follow the path of the marauders to try to rescue the prisoner hobbits.
For fully half the book, the story follows these characters, leaving the fate of Frodo and Sam to the second half of the book.Advertisement
Turning our attention to the two hobbits who fled the fellowship, we find Frodo and Sam making their way toward the enemy's land.
Alas, for good intentions, Gollum leads the two directly to the lair of Shelob, a giant spider, who stings Frodo with a poisonous bite, allowing him to be captured by orcs.
And Frodo and Sam edge ever closer to their objective, in the heart of the enemy's country.
After a period of years, Frodo finds himself unable to settle into Shire life and leaves on an elven ship from the Grey Havens to the land in the west to which the elves are fleeing; it is a land from which there is no return.
It is this sword that he passes down to Frodo when his nephew accepts the role of Ring Bearer at the Council of Elrond in the first volume of The Lord of the Rings.Advertisement
The plot in The Fellowship of the Ring is centered around an ancient ring in the possession of a Hobbit named Frodo Baggins.
His cousin Bilbo Baggins had found it years before, and when he turns the ring over to Frodo, he tells him the ring must be taken away from the Shire.
Possession of the ring and his cousin's mandate carry Frodo and a couple of his friends on an epic quest toward the Cracks of Doom where he hopes to destroy the powerful ring, in an effort to bring the reign of the Dark Lords to an end.
In the second book, The Two Towers, Frodo and his friend Samwise Gamgee (Sam) travel to Mordor to destroy the ring.
Once Frodo Baggins has the ring, he begins his quest to return it to the very fires in which it was forged so it can be destroyed along with the power it holds.Advertisement
He finally passed the ring to Frodo before leaving the Shire.
The possessor of the One Ring, Frodo is frightened by Gandalf's warnings.
It is Frodo who carries the burden of the One Ring throughout the trilogy, traveling to Mount Doom in Mordor to destroy it.
In the end, Frodo returned to the Shire for a time before traveling to the Gray Havens and then into the West because he never recovered from the wound of the Witch King or the poison of the Ring.
Samwise Gamgee is the Baggins' gardener and Frodo's closest friend.
He journeys with Frodo despite his fears of ever leaving the Shire.
It is Sam's steadfast nature and devoted loyalty that carries Frodo at the end of his journey.
When Frodo goes into the West, he leaves his holdings to Sam.
Merry is Frodo's cousin, and a troublemaker who often runs around with Pippin.
The two stumble onto Frodo and Sam's quest and join them.
Another cousin to Frodo, Pippin and Merry are the best of friends and journey with the Fellowship.
Despite an attempt at friendship with Frodo, the ring's madness drives Gollum to attack Frodo, and he plunges to his death in the fires of Mount Doom.
In the first novel of the trilogy, The Fellowship of the Ring is formed by a collection of heroes who would destroy the One Ring in support of the ringbearer, Frodo Baggins.
The journey begins with Frodo Baggins in the Shire and he meets the following Lord of the Rings characters along the way.
He comes to Rivendell at the summoning of Elrond and pledges to protect Frodo and the One Ring on their journey.
He heals Frodo of his injuries, provides council and draws together the Fellowship of the Ring.
Galadrial - A powerful enchantress and the possessor of an Elven ring of power, Galadrial meets the Fellowship during their journey and manages to refuse the One Ring when Frodo would have offered it to her.
It is Arwen who shepherds Frodo across the dangerous fields to Rivendell when he is felled by the Witch King and later, she refuses the journey to the West because she will not abandon the human she loves.
Aragorn is who Gandalf sends Frodo to and it is Aragorn who becomes the Hobbits first protector on the journey.
He terrifies Frodo, but manages to pull himself back from the abyss and dies defending the Hobbits.
If you are the adventurous type, you can walk the Tongariro Crossing and climb up Mount Doom and follow in the footsteps of Frodo and Sam in Return of the King.
The Nazgul were sent to find the One Ring, which was now in the possession of Bilbo's nephew Frodo.
The Lord of the Rings follows the journey of Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee, Pippin Took and Merrygold Brandybuck as they leave the Shire (Hobbit land) at the urging of Gandalf the Grey (a wizard).
Sam and Frodo separated from the others to protect them from the power of the ring, and spent the next two novels fighting their way to Mordor, going further than any Hobbit before them.
Frodo was able to destroy the ring with Sam's help, and thanks to some interference from Gollum.
In the end, Frodo, his Uncle Bilbo, Gandalf and the last of the Elves departed Middle Earth to sailed into the West where they sought peace among other immortals.
Most associate the position of ring bearer with Frodo Baggins who bore the burden of the One Ring for the duration of the Lord of the Rings cycle and contributed to its destruction with the help of Samwise Gamgee.
The burden of the Ring finally fell to young Frodo Baggins.
Gandalf charged Frodo with fleeing the Shire with the Ring because Sauron and the Nazgul were aware of it and they were hunting for the One Ring.
Frodo carried the Ring to Rivendell where the Fellowship formed to help him carry the Ring to Mordor and Mount Doom.
Frodo resisted the Ring, so it called to Boromir.
The young warrior from Gondor attacked Frodo to take it away, nearly killing the hobbit.
Frodo would be the final ring bearer for the One Ring, journeying for months until he reached the edge of Mount Doom.
Like Frodo, they were diminished as the One Ring was destroyed and together with Bilbo, the final ring bearers left Middle Earth to journey into the west at the end of the tale.
Play as Frodo, Aragorn, and other favorite characters as you complete the quests that bring you closer to saving Middle Earth.