There are many characters in the Lord of Rings stories that give hope to the hero worth their worldly wisdom that seems to inspire the protagonist Gandalf is the most reliable character you will meet in the Lord of the Rings series as well as in the prequels. He first returns to the Shire for Bilbo’s birthday, where we see these two friends reconnect before new journey beings. Gandalf has his suspicions about the ring previously owned by hi now in the position Frodo’s so he just chuck it into the hearth fire whether or not it was the one ring which was just cereal. Reading how he dealt with Saruman instead of being a betrayer shows how boss he is, not many people would reject more power at the cost of others when the alternative would be death. This resolve is the outcome of being an ancient being passing as a man to help the peoples of middle earth before the dark lord appears to retrieve the Ring. He told Frodo the full history of the Ring and urged him to undertake a journey to Rivendell; for a little punk, squealer ratted him out so he would be in grave danger if he stayed in the Shire. Gandalf said he would attempt to meet Frodo and Sam on the road, to better protect him on the way after that; and in the meanwhile, he would try to rally allies to their quest. Leaving quietly, like a phantom as the Ringwraiths of Sauron would be searching for him in the Shire and the surrounding area. My Friend reminds me of what real fandom is since for some reason he bought a bunch of memorabilia from his lord of the rings theme decorated room. His carpet is what stands out more in my mind since its weirdly grayish white, and it’s so clean all the time wonder which carpet cleaners he uses cause their carpet cleaning services are excellent.
The sacrifice he commits in an a last effort to give his fellowship a chance by taking charge of the situation. Gandalf and Aragorn led the Hobbits and the other companions to the bridge needed to escape after an unsuccessful attempt pass unnoticed by the goblin menace cowering under a terrible monster. The Fellowship fought against the Goblins, and Trolls of Moria, but no matter how valiant they were no match for “Durin’s Bane,”. A demon of shadow covered in a fire the Balrog of Morgoth from ancient times when Sauron was nothing but a minion. At the Bridge of Khazad-dûm, Gandalf confronted the Balrog to enable the others to escape.They crossed over only to look back and see their treasured friend die like a boss even if it was the most sadness scene in the whole trilogy. Through the a strange set of events, we get to see Gandalf again in Fangorn forest which is awesome since they need him to balance out the ratio of weak and powerful. Even though our main wizard came back cause real wizards never die, the story kind of pulls away from him to concentrate on the Frodo and the others.