Is Gollum Crunchable?
No! Gollum, Gollum. Gollum loses his ring in the book the same way he lost it in the movie except in the movie Bilbo is present for this event.
Why does Gollum call himself precious?
Gollum refers to the ring as his precious. He calls himself precious because he talked to himself a lot in the goblin tunnels, forming two personalities, but he calls the ring his precious.
How many times did Gollum say my precious?
|… times Treebeard says ‘Baroom’||02|
|… times Gollum says “My precious” or just “precious”||16|
|… times Legolas shoots something with an arrow||18|
|… times someone says “Gandalf”||18|
Why does Bilbo not kill Gollum?
Bilbo didn’t kill Gollum just because he wanted to know the way to get out from the mountain. If he killed Gollum, there would be no one left underground, so he won’t be able to get out from the mountain. Although he had risk to play riddles because he may be eaten, but he mustn’t kill Gollum if he want to get out.
What happens if Bilbo killed Gollum?
If Bilbo killed Gollum just after he took the Ring, he’d probably be lost in the mountains; he followed Gollum out through a twisty-turny path. If Gandalf has doubts about hobbits’ ability to resist the Ring, he might not trust Frodo to carry it.
Why did Bilbo lie about the ring?
In the book, Bilbo lies about how he got the Ring. He felt guilty for ‘stealing’ it from Gollum, and so he made up a story about Gollum giving it to him as a present when he won the riddle game. The Dwarves and Gandalf believed him, and he never claimed he lost the Ring in the war.
What Elvish does Aragorn speak?
Aragorn was indeed raised in Rivendell from the ages of two to twenty. He certainly knew Elvish, of the Sindarin dialect, and since he was raised in Rivendell, likely knew Quenya. Aragorn of course could speak Westron, which was the most common language throughout Middle-Earth during the time of the War of the Ring.
Why did Aragorn know Elvish?
Aragorn’s mother also lived in Rivendell with him, so it is likely that he learned Westron (the Common Tongue) from her. His tutors would also have made sure he knew it, as they were well aware of his identity (though he himself was not) and therefore of the languages he would need to know in adulthood.