Category: one ring


Frodo: The ring is mine!

Sam: You were the chosen one! It was said that you would destroy Sauron, not join him!

Objects of desire

The Silmarils: created by Feanor, shine with the light of the two trees, hallowed by Varda.

The One Ring: created by Sauron, gives dominion over others, incredibly powerful.

The Arkenstone: shiny rock that the dwarves found? Just very shiny and neat?


Frodo:  I will take the Ring, though I do not know the way. 

Elrond:  If I understand aright
all that I have heard, it sounds like I don’t have to do anything for this quest. I was worried that someone was going to say that, since I couldn’t stop Isildur the first time, it would be poetic for me to go back and finish the job myself. Honestly I was moments away from volunteering to do that. Thank god you spoke up first. Frodo, you have my blessing. I’m gonna go take a nap. 


I’m just saying, if the Council took Bilbo up on his offer to take the ring to Mordor, he would have done it in a merry fashion, had a great adventure, and returned with a bunch of riches from Mordor. Not sure why they didn’t go with that. 


Hi everyone and welcome to a new episode of Forged in Fire. Today we’re gonna be asking our smiths to forge something a little different – we’re asking them to make Rings of Power. That’s right, we brought in lava all the way from Orodruin for this challenge. They have just 3 hours to create rings imbued with the power to corrupt and overwhelm anyone from the race of their choosing, except dwarves obviously. Let’s get started!


What would have happened if Galadriel passed her test, but like 200 years later than she was supposed to. The ring is destroyed and all the other elves are gone and she finally decides to stop being a queen. Would someone have to just fetch her? 


Gandalf, to Frodo: “But you have been chosen, and you
must therefore use such strength and heart and wits as you have.”

Manwe: We need a new hero who can handle Sauron’s ring.

Yavanna: Oh! Make it a Baggins! Bilbo was great. 

Manwe: Bilbo is too old. 

Tulkas: Then find another Baggins, and we’ll choose them!

*Valar and Maiar chanting*: Make it a Baggins! Make it a Baggins!


Boromir: i think you should give the ring to me, to aid in Gondor’s fight against the enemy.

Elrond: Boromir, we can’t! It’s not safe to wield the ring!

Boromir: Today is my birthday, Elrond. Do you have something besides the ring to give me as a gift?

Elrond: *whispering* shit, I don’t have anything else…


Sam: I can’t carry it for you, Mr. Frodo. But I can carry you!

Frodo: No Sam, it’s just on a chain, you can easily carry it. Actually you already carried it before, it’s really not a big deal. Just toss it in and we’ll head back.


Gandalf: I can put it no plainer than by saying that Bilbo was meant to find the Ring, and not by its maker

Me: no plainer, really Gandalf? There’s nothing about that that you could clarify further? Nothing at all?