Merry Brandybuck and Frodo Baggins are distant cousins (second cousins once removed, in fact). Most of the hobbit families are distantly related. Frodo's mother was a Brandybuck. -sam-is-my-hero-
Sam was Frodo's best friend, and Sam knew deep down that Frodo would never be mean to Sam unless he wasn't himself.
No, they are completely unrelated.
Frodo decided to leave because he thought the journey was his quest alone, and he did not want to bring harm to his friends. Also, after Boromir tried to take the One Ring from Frodo, he immediately left and Sam always goes where Frodo does.
Sam is Frodo's companion that helps frodo take the ring to mount doom. He, like Frodo is a hobbit from the shire.
Cracks Of Doom
Sam Gamgee is a Hobbit. Along with Frodo, Merry, and Pippin.
Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippin.
He leads frodo an Sam towards mordor and slowly turns frodo against Sam. Then when he falls off a cliff after a fight with frodo, we don't see his for a while until Sam and frodo are climbing up the slopes of mount doom. He then attacks them and tries to take the ring. Eventually Sam and frodo escape and are standing on the edge of the lava about to drop the ring into the volcano when gollum hits Sam on the head with a rock and then bites frodos finger off and claims the ring for himsefl, jumping around with joy. THEN frodo attacks gollum an they fight for a bit before they both fall off the edge. Frodo manages to hold onto the rock but gollum, who is holding the ring, falls into the lava and dies.
Yes, after Rosie Cotton dies, Sam (who is now about ninety) gives the Red Book to his daughter Elanor and sails across the sea to be with Frodo, which he was permitted to do since he had been a Ringbearer, if for but a short time.
The three eagles that rescued Frodo and Sam from the destruction of Mount Doom were Gwaihir, the Windlord, Landroval (Gwaihir's brother), and Meneldor.
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Sam does love Frodo. However, while some like to interpret this love as romantic and homosexual, J.R.R. Tolkien never truly alludes to a romantic love between the two. Sam loves Frodo like a brother or a best friend; some like to call it a bromance. He also loves Frodo as a servant loves his master, though the two become more and more equal as they continue on their journey. *SPOILER* In the end, Sam marries a girl from the Shire named Rosie.
Sam has been "spying" on Frodo and Gandalf as they planned Frodo's departure and telling Merry and Pippin about those plans. However that supply of information stopped after Gandalf caught Sam listening in.
Everyone lives in Middle-earth.
The group of people who set out from Rivendell with Frodo were; Sam, Merry, Pippin, Legolas, Aragorn, Boromir, Gimli and Gandalf.
They are loyal to Frodo. They are very obsrevant, for example they knew what Frodo was about to say when he was about to say that he was leaving. Also, even though they are afraid, they are still willing to go with Frodo on his journey, even though they knew that they will never come back. * Sorry for using 'they' instead of 'Sam', 'Pippin', or 'Merry' too much.
If by "he" you mean Sam, and by "them" you mean the orcs of Mordor after Frodo has been stabbed by the giant sider Shelob and put in a coma then kidnapped by the orcs, then here's the answer: they fought their way out. After Frodo was completely stripped of all clothing (and to the dismay of the orcs, not in possession of the one ring), Sam came after him. With Sting (Frodo's sword) and his own, Sam actually fought his way out of the tower before going back up the stairs to get Frodo. Then, he reveals to Frodo that while he was in a Shelob-induced coma, Sam himself pocketed to ring to keep it safe from the orcs and Uruk-hai. He returns the ring to Frodo and the two of them (disguised in small orc armor) continue their quest to destroy the ring in Mount Doom.
He made him leave the Shire with Frodo.
There were three hobbits that carried the ring, unless you wish to count Gollum: * Bilbo * Frodo * Sam Bilbo and Frodo took the boat with Gandalf to the Undying Lands in the West. Legend has it that Sam eventually went as well.
It wasn't his time yet. He had much to do for the benefit of the Shire and Middle Earth.
The Shire is the home of the hobbits, the most famous of them is Sam and of course Frodo.
Sam would sail westward many years later, because he bore the Ring for a brief time. This is not shown in the film, nor is it in the main narrative of the novel. He did not leave with Frodo initially because he still had much to live for, whereas Frodo was too weak and could not find proper healing in Middle-earth.