- 1 Why didn’t the eagles fly the dwarves to the Lonely Mountain?
- 2 Why didn’t the eagles fly Frodo?
- 3 Could the Eagles have flown Frodo in Mordor?
- 4 Why didn’t Gandalf use the Eagles in the Hobbit?
- 5 What’s with the Eagles in Lord of the Rings?
- 6 Why didn’t Aragorn use the ghost army against Mordor?
- 7 Why can’t Sam carry the ring?
- 8 Why did Elrond not kill isildur?
- 9 Why is Sauron an eye?
- 10 Is Gandalf immortal?
- 11 Why did Frodo leave with Gandalf at the end?
- 12 How powerful are the Eagles in LOTR?
- 13 What if Elrond push isildur?
- 14 What did Gandalf mean by Fly you fools?
- 15 Why didn’t the elves fight in Lord of the Rings?
Why didn’t the eagles fly the dwarves to the Lonely Mountain?
However, the reason the Ringbearer did not fly to Mordor by Eagle is fairly simple: the purpose of the Fellowship of the Ring and the linchpin of the entire strategy decided on in Rivendell was to destroy the Ring in a mission of secrecy.
Why didn’t the eagles fly Frodo?
The explanation being that the eagles don’t involve them selves in the affairs of beings below, and the only reason they come to Gandalfs aid is because he saved their king, and he owed JUST Gandalf like 3 favors.
Could the Eagles have flown Frodo in Mordor?
“It is way too risky for the eagles to carry the Ring into Mordor; Sauron would spot them immediately.” Sauron also is immediately aware when Frodo puts on the Ring in Sammath Naur. As long as Frodo does not put on the Ring during the eagle flight, however, it is not obvious that Sauron’s attention would be attracted.
Why didn’t Gandalf use the Eagles in the Hobbit?
Originally Answered: Why didn’t Gandalf use eagles to simply fly Frodo to Mt. Doom? Because they were not pets and he was forbidden to act on his own behalf. Had the eagles flown in, they would have been spotted by all nine Nazgul and likely destroyed.
What’s with the Eagles in Lord of the Rings?
An eagle who helped to carry Frodo and Sam from Mount Doom, said in The Lord of the Rings to have been the brother of Gwaihir and descendant of Thorondor. His name means ‘wide-wing’ in Sindarin, and it was also used for an eagle of the First Age.
Why didn’t Aragorn use the ghost army against Mordor?
Aragorn uses them only against the Corsairs because that’s all that was needed and all they could do. He scares away the Corsairs and then leads an actual army up the river. The Dead’s only weapon was fear (they don’t directly kill anyone).
Why can’t Sam carry the ring?
Sam is not easily corrupted by the lure of the ring As Sam stood there, even though the Ring was not on him but hanging by its chain about his neck, he felt himself enlarged, as if he were robed in a huge distorted shadow of himself, a vast and ominous threat halted upon the walls of Mordor.
Why did Elrond not kill isildur?
Because he couldn’t. Elrond could try to convince Isildur to destroy the Ring; but he could not force him to do so. If he had taken the Ring by force, it would have corrupted his mind sooner than later. Elrond did not want to kill Isildur, viewing it as treachery.
Why is Sauron an eye?
When Sauron was defeated by Prince Isildur of Gondor, his finger was severed, as was the Ring. He also lost his physical form and from then on, Sauron manifested as an Eye. After losing the One Ring, Sauron’s physical body was destroyed as his power stemmed from the ring.
Is Gandalf immortal?
As one of the Maiar he is an immortal spirit, but being in a physical body on Middle-earth, he can be killed in battle, as he is by the Balrog from Moria. He is sent back to Middle-earth to complete his mission, now as Gandalf the White and leader of the Istari.
Why did Frodo leave with Gandalf at the end?
The only way for Frodo to find peace was for him to leave Middle-earth and head to the Undying Lands, in the hopes that this mystical realm could finally heal his injuries forever.
How powerful are the Eagles in LOTR?
First Age. The Great Eagles were the messengers and spies of the King of Arda, and possessed the ability to see through all physical matter except for the blackness of Morgoth’s evil pits.
What if Elrond push isildur?
The ring would have been destroyed, as it was at the end of the War of the Ring. And with it, the spirit of Elrond. For in destroying the ring through such an act of treachery and betrayal, Elrond would have destroyed himself – and likely broken the Last Alliance into a brutal war between Elves and betrayed Men.
What did Gandalf mean by Fly you fools?
“ Fly, you fools!” was simply Gandalf’s way of saying, “Get over your shock at what’s happening to me! You can’t help with the Balrog and the orcs of Moria are certain to overwhelm you unless you get out of Dodge, now!”
Why didn’t the elves fight in Lord of the Rings?
The short answer: The Elves time was ending, they lacked the numbers to mobilize a large force, and Elrond was likely concerned with maintaining the protection of Rivendell and the elves that remained there. He did send his two sons to aid Aragorn though.