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Why did Gandalf go to Isengard?

jordagorn
The Shire

Nov 13 2013, 1:41am


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It seems that once Radagast tells Gandalf that the Nine are abroad and searching for the Shire, he should have immediately gone back to guide Frodo. Instead he goes on to Isengard. The book gives a short explanation that maybe Saruman had weapons that would drive back the nine but that would hardly matter if they reached the ring first. How else to explain Gandalf's decision here that almost ends in ruin?

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Why did Gandalf go to Isengard? jordagorn Send a private message to jordagorn Nov 13 2013, 1:41am
    Radagast was Saruman's messenger... Rembrethil Send a private message to Rembrethil Nov 13 2013, 2:05am
        Probably Gandalf was also not expecting to be detained in Isenguard very long noWizardme Send a private message to noWizardme Nov 17 2013, 11:53am
    Maybe he "had" to? Phantom Send a private message to Phantom Nov 13 2013, 5:39pm
    Elementary really: SirDennisC Send a private message to SirDennisC Nov 14 2013, 12:06am
        Now that was an eye-opener, and no mistake! // sador Send a private message to sador Nov 17 2013, 7:40am
    It might have been a blessing in disguise! Hamfast Gamgee Send a private message to Hamfast Gamgee Nov 16 2013, 12:48am

 
 
 

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