Sam, in reality: Mr. Frodo we’re going to die. We can’t do it. We should just give up, Sauron will be merciful with us, he is the true ruler of all.
Sam, finishing writing LotR: For like a shaft, clear and cold, the thought pierced him that in the end the Shadow was only a small and passing thing: there was light and high beauty for ever beyond its reach.
My dad never understood the ending to the Lord of the Rings until I explained that Sauron had a great offense but a terrible redzone defense and then he got it.
Why didn’t the eagles take the ring and fly into the sun, sacrificing themselves but destroying sauron in the coolest possible way.
If so much of Sauron’s power went into the One Ring that destroying it rendered him essentially killed, how weak was he without it? Did he need orcs to open doors for him?
Boromir: One last thing. How do we know that, when the ring is destroyed, the power in it won’t just return to Sauron? It is his power, after all, we’re just setting it free from the ring.
Elrond: because…because…that’s just probably not going to happen, okay Boromir? Why do you have to question everything? It’s going to be fine.
Real names tell you the story of the things they belong to
Wait does the Lord of the Rings…belong to Sauron?
Did Sauron think that dwarves were better than men and he only needed seven dwarf wraiths to equal nine human wraiths? Or did he not like dwarves as much so he didn’t bother getting as many?
If you’re one of those people who think that Balrogs have wings because of quotes like them “flying from Thangorodrim” and “the shadow about it reached out like two vast wings,” you also have to believe that Sauron is into vore because Faramir says that he is “a destroyer who would devour all.”
Look the fact is the only way to stop a bad guy with a ring of power is a good guy with a ring of power