Aragorn arrives too late to help Boromir battle an Orc party who take Merry and Pippin and leave him for dead. The men battle Orcs, trolls, and men of the mountains with the help of Hurons, ancient trees who have a hatred of the Orcs for cutting down their brethren. Gandalf leads them to Orthanc to speak to Saruman. Interestingly, they appear nonetheless to be Elves of , one of whom we met previously in the Golden Wood. Sam fights Shelob and it runs away. Sam slips telling Faramir about the Ring, but unlike his brother, Faramir is not tempted by the ring as he sees its dangers clearly. In director 's adaptation of The Two Towers the title is indicated to be referring to the towers of Barad-dûr in and Orthanc in.
Where last we left off the Company in The Fellowship of the Ring, Frodo has finally decided to head to Mordor on his own because the Ring is working its dark magic on his buddies. The first section follows the divergent paths of several important figures from The Fellowship of the Ring, but tells nothing of its central character, on whose fate so much depends, enabling the reader to share in the suspense and uncertainty of the characters themselves. While they are investigating footsteps near the water they spot a man in a cloak and hat. They find Gollum, a creature who once bore the Ring, and who has been following them for some time. They wandered off one day and never returned, therefore there are no little Ents born anymore. Frodo does so, but Gollum feels betrayed; his fragile trust is broken. The list of authors can be seen in the.
It's much easier to root for Aragorn than it is for Frodo; Aragorn has many more qualities of a leading man, a soldier, and a hero. Despite this victory, it's all the more urgent that all available fighters make their way to Gondor, to defend it against Sauron, who is sure to attack soon. Frodo, Sam, and Gollum journey through a smelly marshland in which they can see the faces of slain warriors haunting the waters. Meanwhile, on the journey to Helm's Deep, the Rohirrim are attacked by Saruman's Warg riders. There, they meet the ent, Treebeard, who takes them to his home and listens to their stories. They converge on the orcs and the battle is won.
Men, who are so easily seduced by its power. The Orcs carrying Frodo say that he is still alive, just paralyzed. The continuing quest of Frodo and the Fellowship to destroy the One Ring. He tells them of his fall into the abyss, his battle to the death with the and his resurrection and his enhanced power. As with , the text of Wikipedia is available under the license. The Orcs are from different tribes and argue a lot.
Boromir dies attempting to save Merry and Pippin from Orcs. The four then ride to Rohan's capital, , where Gandalf rouses King Théoden from bewitchment and inaction against the threat Saruman poses. Sam resolves to finish the quest himself and takes the Ring. They escape and flee into the forest. When his uncle, Bilbo leaves him the Ring of Power, Frodo becomes the Ring-bearer. He learns that Frodo is not dead, but only unconscious, and is now a prisoner.
Sam attempts to warn Frodo but is attacked by Gollum. From this encounter, the hobbits receive enough food to continue their quest. This enrages Wormtongue who throws a glowing crystal globe at Gandalf. The army of Rohan fights a great battle against Saruman which they win with the help of the Ents. The quest will claim his life.
He sees an old man wearing a cloak and a wide — brimmed hat. How could the world go back to the way it was when so much bad had happened? He urges the Fellowship and some of the Riders of Rohan to join him in fighting Saruman. Gollum's plan is frustrated by Sam's bravery: he chases Gollum away and wounds Shelob, as well. He wants to know what it is, but Frodo just says he is on a mission. Gollum leads them into the lair of , an enormous spider-like creature, who inflicts her poisonous bite on Frodo. Theoden rallies his people to go fight Saruman and they ride tirelessly to the aid of their countrymen.
At the River Isen, Gandalf ditches the Rohan folks, promising he'll meet up with them at Helm's Deep the next morning. He takes the three to Rohan where they save the King of Rohan from a connection with Saruman. Gimli is lying with his face under the water, after jumping off the Deeping Wall and landing on the Uruk-hai. Frodo explains to Faramir that Gollum is leading them into Mordor to help their mission. Several of the characters presented in this novel were first presented in. The original article was at.