What is the name of the pub in Lord of the Rings?
The Green Dragon is the one that Rosie Cotton works in. The Prancing Pony is the one in Bree where they meet Aragorn.
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See the link below for lots of information. Elijah Wood[ Frodo Baggins ] Viggo Mortensen [ Aragorn AKA Strider ]Orlando Bloom [ Legolas ] Liv Tyler [ Arwen ] HugoWeaving [ Lord Elrond ] Ian McKellen [ Gandalf ]Christopher Lee [ Saruman ] Sean Astin [ Samwise Gamgee ]Andy Serkis [ Voice of Gollum/Sm…eagol ] Billy Boyd[ Peregrin Took AKA Pippin ] Dominic Monaghan [ MeriadocBrandybuck AKA Merry ] Sean Bean [ Boromir ] David Wenham[ Faramir ] Ian Holm [ Bilbo Baggins ] John Rhys-Davies[ Gimli ] Miranda Otto [ Eowyn ] Karl Urban[ Eomer ] Bernard Hill [ Theoden ] Cate Blanchett[ Lady Galadriel ] Martin Csokas [ Lord Celeborn ] BradDourif [ Grima Wormtongue ] John Noble [ Denethor ] (MORE)
Cate Blanchett-Galadriel Liv Tyler-Arwen Miranda Otto-Eowyn Sarah McLeod-Rosie Cotton There are more, but most only appear in extra roles.
One possible clue is that, in Tolkien's words:. Three Rings for the Elven-Kings under the sky, Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone, Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die, One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne In the Land of Mordor where the shadows lie.. Sauron became thus alm…ost supreme in Middle-earth. . Letters of JRR Tolkien, #131 . Naming the series after the most powerful being in Middle-earth does make some sense. There doesn't seem to be much discussion or even thought about the name. It appears as the name from the very beginning. The earliest use of the name that I have found was in a letter dated 31 August 1938, (ibid. #33) where he comments, "I have begun again on the sequel to the 'Hobbit' - The Lord of the Ring." (MORE)
Aragorn Legolas Arwen Bilbo Sam Frodo Pippin Mary Gandalf Elrond Galadriel Gollum Saruman Wormtongue Treebeard Black Riders Gimli Bill (the pony)
It would make sense that the author of Lord of the Rings , JRR Tolkien, would be the one who picked the name for the series.
Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee (Sam), Meriadoc Brandybuck (Merry),and Peregrin Took (Pippin). In the book, there is also another named Fredegar 'Fatty' Bolgerfor part of book 1, and, of course, there is Bilbo Baggins.
Well, she is named Galadriel. Her father-name is Artanis and her mother-name Nerwen , in case you meant that (which I somehow doubt). If you mean the actress playing her in Peter Jackson's film adaptation, that would be Cate Blanchett. .
Eowyn's name is Eowyn. She is the daughter of Eomund and Theodwyn,Theoden's sister. I suppose she could be called 'Eowyn, Eomund'sdaughter.' She calls herself Dernhelm when she is disguised as aman. Eowyn is played in the films by Miranda Otto.
His name is Legolas. Tolkien did not tell us any other names. The "Greenleaf" sometimes added to his name is merely a translation of his name. . Legolas' name is Legolas, sometimes Legolas Thranduilion "Legolas son of Thranduil" and sometimes Legolas Greenleaf, though the correctness of the latter… is debatable. Legolas was played in the films by Orlando Bloom. (MORE)
Gandalf. A little more... . Three wizards played a direct part in The Lord of the Rings (movies and books):. Gandalf the Gray (and later the white). Saruman the White (and we know what happened to him). Radagast the Brown -- birds, trees flowers were his specialty.. Two others were mention…ed obscurely. They were the Blue Wizards, Alatar and Pallando. (MORE)
Haldir Legolas Galadriel Elrond Arwen Elros Luthien Celeborn Gil-Galad Cirdan Elbereth Ecthelion Fingolfin Glorfindel Idril Nimrodel
The Elf lords name is Elrond Another opinion: You are probably referring to Legolas, who was the principal elf in the trilogy. Elrond was the elf lord of Rivendell, but he did not have so much of a big role.
The three mentioned in The Lord of the Rings collection are:. Gandalf the Gray (later White) . Saruman the White (later many-colors, later nada) . Radagast the Brown . There are two others mentioned in The Silmarillion . Alatar and Pallando the Blue Wizards. Traveled to the Far East and ne…ver returned. (MORE)
Frodo, Gandalf, Bilbo, Sam, Merry, Pippin, Butterbur,Aragorn=Strider, Legolas, Elrond, Gimli, Boromir, Haldir,Galadriel, Theoden, Theodred, Eowyn, Arwen, Eomer, Faramir,Denethor, ETC.
Frodo Baggins (Hobbit) Bearer of the ring Samwise "Sam" Gamgee (Hobbit) Meriadoc "Merry" Brandybuck (Hobbit) Peregrin "Pippin" Took (Hobbit) Gandalf the grey / Mithrandir (Istari) - Later called Gandalf thewhite. Aragorn , son of Arathorn "Strider" (Later king Aragorn II) Gimli Legolas Boromi…r , son of Denethor (Steward of Gondor's son) Sauron (Creator of the One Ring and main antagonist) Saruman (Istari - like Gandalf - though , becomes anotherantagonist) Grima Wormtongue Eomer (Eowyn's brother - later to become king of Edoras) Eowyn (Eomer's sister - later romantically involved with Faramir) Theoden (Eomer and Eowyn's uncle, first king of Edoras) Elrond (half-Elf, Lord of Rivendell / Imladris) Elladan and Elrohir (Twin sons of Elrond, half-Elves) Arwen (Daughter of Elrond , half-Elf - later to become queen ofGondor and Aragorn's wife) Glorfindel (Elf, Balrog - slayer) Erestor (Elf , advisor) Lindir (Elf, minstrel) Faramir (Brother to Boromir, son of the steward of Gondor) Denethor (Steward of Gondor) Gollum/Smeagol (First a Hobbit , but fell to the power of the ring- now deformed and twisted , obsessed with the ring of power) (MORE)
Your question isn't very specific. There are hundreds of names in Lord of the Rings. Do you mean the names of the characters? Or the places? Or the creatures?
The name of the Eagle that rescued Gandalf from the tower of Orthanc in Isengard is 'Gwaihir the Windlord, swiftest of the Great Eagles' Around page 340 in Fellowship of the Ring, chapter Council of Elrond.
If you're talking about the big fiery one in Moria on the Bridge of Khazad-Dum, that's a Balrog. Balrogs are very old demi-gods, in a sense, of the same order as Gandalf, but much more powerful. The name 'Balrog' is a corruption of the word 'Valaraukar,' meaning "Demon of Power.' There's also a kind… of giant octopus or kraken-like creature in the lake on the west side of Moria, called 'The Watcher In The Water'. The Nazgul, or 'Ringwraiths,' ride on a kind of prehistoric pterodactyl-like creature, called by some as 'Fell Beasts'. Other 'monsters' include giant spiders, trolls, wargs (werewolves), orcs, goblins, and half-orcs. The major antagonist in the Lord of the Rings is actually the Dark Lord Sauron. (MORE)
Which one? There are many creatures that could be called "monsters" in The Lord of the Rings. Your rank and file monsters are orcs, or Uruk-Hai for the large ones from The Two Towers. These monsters comprise the most part of the armies of Mordor and Isengard. In The Fellowship of the Ring, the mo…nster that attacks the Fellowship in the Chamber of Marzabul (The one with Balin's tomb in the film) is an unnamed cave troll. The monster/fiery demon that Gandalf fights on the bridge is called a Balrog. The giant spider in Return of the King that nearly eats Frodo is the only monster with a name--Shelob. The Balrog's true name is Durin's bane, as It killed the high dwarf king Durin. It's leader was Morgoth, the highest of the balrogs (MORE)
"The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" is the first Lord of the Rings (LOTR) movie. The 2nd is titled "LOTR: The Two Towers". The 3rd and last one is - "LOTR: The Return of the King". All 3 are rated PG-13. They were all filmed together as though they were one movie, and then split apar…t, just as the book(s) were. (MORE)
The main 9 in the Fellowship are: Frodo Sam Merry Pippin Legolas Gimli Aragorn Boromir Gandalf There is also: Arwen, love of Aragorn Galadriel Cereborn Elrond, father of Arwen Bilbo, Frodo's uncle Denethor, Boromir's father Faramir, Bormir's brother Smeagol/Gollu…m Saruon Saruman Treebeard Eowyn Eomer (MORE)
The name of the Lord of the rings is Sauron. This is because he was the one that made the one ring that bound them, he made the most powerful ring that was lord to the others. And because he kept this ring for himself this meant he became the lord of the Rings.
Well, it depends what creatures you are talking about because thereare many creatures like hobbits, gollum, dwarves, elves, wizards,ents, orcs (goblins), wargs (wolves), mumakil (oliphaunt), theWatcher in the Water, balrogs, trolls, Nazgul and fell beasts, andGreat beasts (at the battle of Minas Tir…ith). Some of the more'normal' creatures include birds, conies (rabbits), dogs, horses,fish, midges, and spiders (maybe the spiders are not so normal). In 'The Hobbit' there were also dragons, beornings, fox, deer, andboar. (MORE)
The walking, talking tree-like beings in Lord of the Rings are called Ents. If you referred to actual species of trees, aside from real-world trees (some of which have names in Tolkien's languages), there are the Mellyrn (singular Mallorn). The Mallorn tree is the one whose leaves turn golden in aut…umn and do not fall of until spring, and are most prominenty seen in LothlÃ³rien. (MORE)
There are no dragons in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. The lastdragon to appear in that world's history was Smaug, who was in TheHobbit, and before that there had been dragons in the First Agethough you might be thinking of the fell beasts that were ridden bythe Nazgul.
There are no dragons in Lord of the Rings. The Nazgul ride 'fell beasts from a bygone age.' If they had been dragons, I'm sure Tolkien would have named them as such.
It doesn't exactly have a "name". It is The One Ring to rule them all. Forged by Sauron. But to my recollection it does not own a name of its own. This someone's else answer btw The ring of power. yes, "The Ring of Power" also known as "precious" Only Gollum/Smeagol reffered to t…he Ring of Power as his Precious, later followed by Bilbo Baggins. But The Ring of Power does not own an actual name, and the people of Middle Earth only called the Ring this to describe it's magic. Thus, to answer your question, the Ring does not have a real name. (MORE)
I suppose it's just "The Lord of the Rings Soundtrack" or something like that. The composer for the musical scores was Howard Shore.
The Fellowship: Merry Brandybuck - Hobbit Pippin Took - Hobbit Frodo Baggins - Hobbit Samwise Gamgee - Hobbit Legolas - Elf Gimli - Dwarf Gandalf - Wizard Aragorn - Man Boromir - Man ~ Others: Gollum - Was once one of the River Folk Faramir - Man Eomer - Man Eowyn - Woman Arwen - …Elf Elrond - Elf Sauron - The Dark Lord Saruman - Wizard King Theoden - Man Lord Denethor - Man (MORE)
The octopus is known as The Watcher in the Water. I'm pretty sure that he/she has no other official name.
Lord of the Ring books: 1.Fellowship of the Ring 2.Two Towers 3.Return of the King Then there is The Hobbit, or there and back again (which was published and written before the trilogy of Lord of the Rings).
The Lord of the Rings books in chronological order begins with thebook "The Silmarillion," which describes the actions of the godsand beasts that shaped Middle-earth, and the great wars and deceitthe gods waged upon each other. Next is "The Hobbit," which followsBilbo Baggins on his quest with Ganda…lf the Grey to the LonelyMountain to the east of Moria, and the reign of Smaug the Golden.The trilogy of "The Fellowship of the Ring - The Two Towers - TheReturn of the King" -- that comes after The Hobbit -- follows thehobbit Frodo Baggins' quest to destroy the one ring, and defeat theDark Lord Sauron. (MORE)
You could mean Sauron, who is a Maia spirit, and servant to Morgoth, who turned Sauron from a Balrog into humanoid in an attempt to destroy all of mankind. Or you could mean Morgoth himself, who is a valar spirit, and the greatest evil force in the LOTR universe, directly responsible for all evil cr…eatures in middle earth, and fully accountable for every innocent death in LOTR history. (MORE)
Erebor (Lonely Mountain) Ered Lithui (Ash Mountains) Ered Luin (Blue Mountains) Ered Mithrin (Grey Mountains) Ered Nimrais (White Mountains including Mount Mindolluin) Ephel DÃºath (Mountains of Shadow) Hithaeglir (Misty Mountains) Mount Gundabad Mountains of Angmar Mountains of Moria (including F…anuidhol, Celebdil, Caradhras) Orocarni Mountains Orodruin (Mount Doom) (MORE)
In order , The Fellowship of the Ring , The Two Towers and The Return of the King .
Frodo has lots of cousins! Actually Bilbo is Frodo's cousin. His second cousin once removed. The genealogy shows four first cousins on his mother's side and one first cousin on his father's side. See Appendix C of The Lord of the Rings for all the 2nd and 3rd cousins.
There are no fairies in Lord of the Rings. There are elves, hobbits, men, dwarves, and wizards, as well as a dark lord (Sauron).
The " Warning beacons of Gondor" were an alarm system for therealm of Gondor in case of attack. Amon DÃ®n, Eilenach, Nardol, Erelas, Min-Rimmon, Calenhad, andHalifirien.
Frodo Baggins, Samwise "Sam" Gamgee, Peregrin "Pippin" Took,Meriadoc "Merry" Brandybuck, Bilbo Baggins, and various othersincluding Fredegar "Fatty" Bolger (in the book).
Sam, Sam and Eric are the twins of lord of the flies while Sam is short for Samwise. I think that is the closest you can get.
The Fellowship of the Ring . The Two Towers . The Return of the King
The Fellowship of the Ring A long Expected Party The Shadow of the Past Three is Company A Short Cut to Mushrooms A Conspiracy Unmasked The Old Forest In the House of Tom Bombadil Fog on the Barrow-Downs At the Sign of the Prancing Pony Strider A Knife in the Dark Flight of the Ford Many Meeting…s The Council of Elrond The Ring Goes South A Journey in the Dark The Bridge of Khazad-Dum Lothlorien The Mirror of Galadriel Farewell to Lorien The Great River The Breaking of the Fellowship The Two Towers The Departure of Boromir The Riders of Rohan The Uruk-Hai Treebeard The White Rider The King of the Golden Hall Helm's Deep The Road to Isengard Flotsam and Jetsam The Voice of Saruman The Palantir The Taming of Smeagol The Passage of the Marshes The Black Gate is Closed Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit The Window on the West The Forbidden Pool Journey to the Cross-Roads The Stairs of Cirith Ungol Shelob's Lair The Choices of Master Samwise The Return of the King Minas Tirith The Passing of the Grey Company The Muster of Rohan The Siege of Gondor The Ride of Rohirrim The Battle of Pelennor Fields The Pyre of Denethor The Houses of Healing The Last Debate The Black Gate Opens The Tower of Cirith Ungol The Land of Shadow Mount Doom The Field of Cormallen The Steward and the King Many Partings Homeward Bound The Scouring of The Shire The Grey Havens (MORE)
Which villain? There are quite a few. Sauron is the main 'villain', but that one would've been relatively easy to find out otherwise...
Anduin is the Great River. It is mentioned several time throughout the story. . The Water in Hobbiton . Brandywine which borders the Shire . Withywindle (Tom Bombadil) . Bruinen (Elrond House) . Sirannon (Gate Stream - Moria) . Nimrodel . Silverlode . River Snowbourn . Forest River aka Ri…ver Running . Gelion . Hoarwell aka Greyflood . Isen . Sirion . Lefnui . Lune (MORE)
Which monster? The Dark Lord is named Sauron, there are the nine Nazgul, which are nine historic kings that don't really have names, and then there are thousands of orcs.
I'm not sure of all the names, but if you look up lord of the rings soundtrack on youtube the songs will all be there
The Lord of the Ring is Sauron, there is no other Lord. But thefirst ring bearer that was not Sauron was Isildur. The first Lord of the Rings book and movie is 'The Fellowship ofthe Ring.'
There are many heros in The Lord of the Rings. Gandalf, Frodo, Sam and Aragorn are pivotal characters, but Merry, Pippin, Legolas, Gimli and even Boromir perform heroic actions. Not to mention dozens of others!
The Lord of the Rings is Sauron. His name was originally Mairon, and he's also been known as: . Thauron . Gorthaur . The Necromancer of Dol Guldur . Annatar . Artano . Aulendil . Lord of the Earth . King of Men . Dark Lord of Mordor . Lieutenant of Morgoth . The Eye
Sauron , is the primary antagonist . . Actually, there are a number of monsters in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and movies; these include goblins, orcs, trolls, dragons, Shelob the giant spider, the Balrog, the ring wraiths (or nazgul), and most terrible of all, Sauron.