No, Éomer does not die during the narrative of The Lord of the Rings. In the Appendices we are told he lived a (for his people) long life, dying in his nineties.
Haldir does not die in the book. In fact, after meeting him in Lothlorien, we never see him again in any of the books.
He dies in the third movie of the Lord of the Rings trilogy
He doesn't, he is crowned king. In the Appendix of the book, he dies of old age.
They left the Shire in 1484 and went to the south again. They were with King Eomer when he passed and then they went to Gondor and lived with Aragorn until their deaths. No specific date is provided for their deaths, but they were laid to rest with the greats of Gondor.
No, he makes it back home. After all, he does have a part to play in The Lord of the Rings.
Not in the Lord of the Rings series. Read Tolkien's notes after to find out what happens after the Return of the King.
Frodo does not die in the Lord of the Rings.
Three. It's in this poem mentioned in the first book: 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.
you can't throw a die at your other die!
He died but returned as the 'White Wizard' .
Unless you are an Elf or Valar, yes
When he falls in the "Cracks of Doom" with Frodo's ring finger.
Boromir, Haldir, Saruman, and countless dwarves, elves, and men.
your an idiot, its not real.
He does not. After the death of Aragorn 120 years after the end of the War of the Ring, Legolas sails to the West with his dear friend Gimli.
No, Frodo comes home from his travels but is unable to find happiness in the simple life of the Shire. He and Bilbo and Gandalf and the rest of the elves travel to the Gray Havens in the last of the great ships.
In the first Lord of the Rings movie, Gandalf the Grey is killed by the Balrog in the Mines of Moria, but he is brought back to life because his work on Middle-earth was not finished when he died. Boromir of the fellowship is also killed near the end of the movie. He is shot with many arrows by uruk-hai as he tries to protect Merry and Pippin. (However, in the book, Boromir does not die until the second book.)
The first and the seventh.
Lord Voldemort dies in the 7th book, but not Harry Potter.
No, that was Haldir, a different elf of Lothlorien who went to fight at Helm's Deep.
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien died on September 2, 1973.
Three rings for he elven kings under the sky, Seven for the dwarf lords in their halls of stone, Nine for the mortal men doomed to die, And one for the Dark Lord on his dark throne in the land of Mordor were the shadows lie. To answer your question it is twenty (20). 3+7+9+1=20