Lord of the Rings Characterisation (Otho Sack-Vile Baggins (Lobelia's…
Lord of the Rings Characterisation
The main protagonist of The Lord of the Rings, an exceptional character. Frodo is also a friend of the Elves, knowledgeable in their language and a lover of their songs.
Samwise (Sam) Gamgee
The former gardener at Bag End and Frodo’s indomitable servant throughout his quest. Sam is not intelligent, but his common sense and powers of observation serve him well.
Gandalf the Grey
One of the five great Wizards in Middle-earth. He is wise, humorous, kind, and generous, though sometimes short-tempered.
The Ring corrupted him and transformed him into his current form, the creature called Gollum. Gollum maintained possession of the Ring until he lost in it in his caves in the Misty Mountains, where Bilbo recovered it.
Bilbo is clever and loves a good joke or song.
Meriadoc (Merry) Brandybuck
A young Hobbit from Buckland. He is very mature and unlike most hobbits, he is not afraid of water and boats
A relative of Bilbo who buys Bag End from Frodo when he leaves the Shire to go on his quest.
A.k.a Aragorn. He is a formidable warrior and tracker
Otho Sack-Vile Baggins
Peregrin (Pippin) Took
Pippin is good-natured and a bit of a smart aleck.
The main antagonist of the book. He fervently desires the One Ring, which he created long ago and which holds a great part of his power
A jovial, mysterious, and powerful being who dances around and sings songs in his small realm.
A farmer who drives Frodo and friends to the Brandywine River ferry in his wagon. Farmer Maggot once caught Frodo stealing his mushrooms, so Frodo is afraid of him.
Also known as Black Riders. Nine minions of Sauron who ceaselessly search for the One Ring.
One of Hobbitons' miller
Tom Bombadil's wife