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Eruonen
Valinor


Aug 24 2017, 2:39pm


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The End of All Things

Frodo makes his way inside Mt. Doom to the Cracks of Doom - but the Ring finally takes hold within the heart of Sauron's realm. Gollom, ever sly and driven by his Ring addiction, manages to find Frodo and the struggle begins.

Poor Sam, knocked down, is just a witness to the events. The Phial fails in this location. What would Sam have done with Frodo....would he have failed to stop him like Elrond with Isildur? Would Sam have wrestled with Frodo if he could locate him? Or would he lie weeping as Frodo walked by? Nobody knows of course, but I like to think that Sam, have such strong inner courage, would have confronted Frodo, with tears and all even if both were to go over the edge.

Gollum, focused entirely on the ring makes his fortunate step on the edge and loses his balance. No command from the Ring etc. just "luck" once again that nudges the outcome to its desired ending.


(This post was edited by Eruonen on Aug 24 2017, 2:41pm)


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