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Why did Aragorn say you bow to no one?

By: Stacy BanksUpdated: January 20, 2021

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Word gets around in Minas Tirith! The people of Gondor and Minas Tirith knew what the Hobbits did, as there was already a minstrel singing a song about Frodo and co. So no, the people didn't just bow because their king bowed, Aragorn, Eomer, Eowyn, they all made sure that all the people knew what the Hobbits did.

Also know, why did Frodo leave at the end?

Frodo is specifically given leave to travel to Valinor because of the unhealable wound from the Morgul knife. It is a grace of the Vala to permit them to come to the Undying Lands. Gimli, by the intercession of Galadriel, is also given leave to come to Valinor.

One may also ask, why does Gandalf crown Aragorn?

Gandalf the White crowning Aragorn always reminded me of a priest (with a connection to the divine) crowning the representative of the authority of the divine right of kings. Basically a formality, to acknowledge everything Gandalf did in the war against Sauron.

Where did Frodo go at the end?

Where did Frodo go at the end? Frodo goes to the Undying Lands with the elves.

Is Gandalf immortal?

Gandalf is immortal. To wears a human body (which can be killed as we have seen) isn't his natural state. He is one of Maiar, in fact - something as angels or minor deities as Sauron is, too. Gandalf and his colleagues just wear the guise of wizards (Istari).

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Did Frodo die?

No, Frodo does not die in the third installment of 'Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King' in either the book or movie. Frodo takes her spot on the last ship to the undying lands with Bilbo, Gandalf, Galadriel and her husband Celeborn and finally Elrond.

Why is Arwen dying?

TL;DR Arwen chose to die to be with Aragorn, because of that she can't run with the rest of the elves, so if Sauron wins she will be killed like Gondor and the rest of ME.

Is Frodo a girl?

Throughout the book, male pronouns are used vis-a-vis Frodo. The name itself is male. He's also referred to as 'Frodo, son of Drogo'.

Why didnt the Eagles take Frodo to Mordor?

Reason number 2, it was tactically undoable. The eagles are only able to enter Mordor AFTER the ring is destroyed. From the top of Barad-dûr, Sauron would have seen the eagles coming from miles away. To get to the heart of the Cracks of Doom, the eagles would have to land and then let Frodo (and Sam or Aragorn?)

How old is Frodo?

33 years old

Why did Galadriel leave Middle Earth?

Frodo leaves Middle-earth for the Undying Lands with Gandalf, Bilbo, Elrond, Celeborn, and Galadriel. This is considered a mystical land, home to the Valar, 'angelic' beings, also known as the 'masters of spirits'. His [Frodo's] journey to Mordor had scarred him, physically and emotionally. He would never fully heal.

Did Gandalf die?

Gandalf made him this way. In the middle of the first Lord of the Rings novel, The Fellowship of the Ring, shortly after his pronouncement on death to Frodo, Gandalf dies.

Are the undying lands heaven?

Aman was known somewhat misleadingly as "the Undying Lands", but the land itself, while blessed, did not cause mortals to live forever.

Valinor
Other name(s) the Undying Lands, Eressëa, the Deathless Lands, the Blessed Realm, the Uttermost West, Aman
Location on the west of the Great Sea, far to the West of Middle-earth

Did Sam leave Middle Earth?

Sam married Rosie Cotton and moved into Bag End with Frodo. When their child was born, Frodo told Sam he and Bilbo would leave Middle-earth, along with Gandalf and most of the remaining High Elves, for the Undying Lands.

Will there be another Lord of the Rings trilogy?

Amazon has confirmed rumours that their upcoming Lord Of The Rings series will take place before the events of Peter Jackson's trilogy. The streaming service's adaptation of JRR Tolkien's work will be set during the fictional Second Age.

Is there Lord of the Rings 4?

There are four ages in Tolkien's works. Lord of the Rings was set in the Third Age, and this series will take place in The Second Age, Amazon revealed in a tweet sent in March 2019. Amazon's Salke told Deadline, "we're not remaking the movies, but we're also not starting from scratch. So, it'll be characters you love."

Does Sam go to the undying lands?

Sam married Rosie Cotton and moved into Bag End with Frodo. Sam and Rosie had 13 children. When their child was born, Frodo told Sam he and Bilbo would leave Middle-earth, along with Gandalf and most of the remaining High Elves, for the Undying Lands.

Does Gimli go to the undying lands?

Gimli witnessed the Dead rout invaders at Pelargir in south Gondor by the power of fear alone. According to the Red Book of Westmarch, after Aragorn's death in the Fourth Age, Gimli (then 262 years old, past mid-life for a Dwarf) sailed with Legolas into the West, becoming the first dwarf in the Undying Lands.

What is valinor Lord of the Rings?

Valinor (Land of the Valar) is a fictional location in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, the realm of the Valar on the continent of Aman, far to the west of Middle-earth; he used the name Aman mainly to mean Valinor. It included Eldamar, the land of the Elves, who as immortals had been permitted to live in Valinor.

Where is valinor on a map?

Valinor. Valinor (Land of the Valar) is a fictional location in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, the realm of the Valar on the continent of Aman, far to the west of Middle-earth; he used the name Aman mainly to mean Valinor.