What would have happened if they let him loose to take over for Frodo "Ring Manager" Baggins?
Why did Gandalf ice him out of the team?
but the captain of the fellowship literally choked on the 1 yard line, had the ball intercepted by the other team, and they were lucky that he fumbled that shit in to the endzone by mistake
Now eventually you plan on having memes on your tour, right? hello?
>be a wizard
>never use real magic
Is Gaydalf the worst manager of all time?
Sauron would've wrekt his ass with magic plus he commanded hundreds of thousands of orcs.
Gondor would've been wrekt and Boromir would be crushed to a thin paste, Sauron would get his power back start conquering the world, force the Valar to act, plunge the world into an apocalypse and probably destroy it, forcing the Valar to remake the world again.
Quite frankly frodo is proably in the top 3 ring bearers of all time and i'm surprised at all this hate. Nigger wasn't even prepared for it just some guy who never left his home town listening to his cranky old uncle tell some stories about his part time ring bearing. Plus he's like over 50 years old imagine if you were 50 and had to pick up a new trade on the spot. You wouldn't have the drive for it. This nigga even recruited golem who many thought was a lost cause he turned him into a helping functioning member of the fellowship. "Oh but golem betrayed them" because of circumstances outside of Frodos control the fact is that no other person could get the ring as close to mount doom as he did.
>frodo is way over legal age of consent
>frodo looks like child
>boromir is standup guy noy accepting degeneracy
>dedicates entire life to a single pursuit
>completely obsessed with getting a ring
>finally has his goal right in his grasp
>literally lets it slip
>yfw slippy g
Elrond is the captain, locker room struggles fall mostly on him.
Do we blame Gondor for being ill-prepared to fight orc armies? No, we call the Steward a meme-leader and a wall-babby. The guy is a rule-babby too, only leading because the one true king of Gondor was thought to be a non-existent heir.
>muh deflated sense of worth
He only showed true sadness below allowable levels 1 time. The other 11, he was either barely sad, or within acceptable levels of arrogance
Being srs now, you have to remember the Nazgul were just mortal kings who moved into the spirit world after being corrupted by their rings. How good are normal kings at sword fighting? Not very. The witch king is a completely different beast though.
If he did and Sauran/Saruman/Radagast had an all out brawl with Sauron, Middle Earth would be annihilated in much the same fashion as Beleriand was. Hence he was nerfed by Eru to the point where he could only light pinecones on fire. The war of the ring was just a game of chess for the maia.
>Elrond is the captain
u wot m8, the captains were Gil-galad and Elendil.
Elrond only stepped up after Gil-galad and Elendil had their heads caved in by Sauron, and even then he was co-captain with Cirdan.
So... Frodo puts the ring on at its most powerful location, the skies have cleared (well they have gotten clearer, Mount Doom still pours out ash and smoke), and he has announced himself. I believe this is why the Eye is able to pinpoint the Rings location.
>Frodo is Smith
>Boromir is Kaepernick
>LotR is what would've happened if the (ers stuck with Smith
Like all of us here, I have watched the movies many times, and this scene (and when Frodo leaves Sam) I always cry like a little bitch because the emotion and passion, it all feels so real to me, like I have played an actual part of that relationship and can feel what those two are going through.
When Sam is carrying an unconscious Frodo up Mount doom. Frodo wakes and asks how far there is to go, Sam replies that he does not know, because he does not know where they are going.
>Pippin was sitting on his pack in the porch. Sam was not there. Frodo stepped inside the dark door. "Sam!" he called, "Sam! Time!" "Coming, sir!" came the answer from far within, followed soon by Sam himself, wiping his mouth. He had been saying farewell to the beer-barrel in the cellar.
>Frodo literally throwing his ring away
Reminds me of someone
post overrated cunts ITT
>hops into the dwarven's bag
>smokes weed everyday
>manages a fluke ring win
Gimli and Legolas were definite system-babbies, Easy to thrive in the offense when you have Aragorn carrying you.
This. The guy got influenced far less by the ring, despite also being in quite close proximity to it the entire trip. If it weren't for a fluke own goal by Gollum at the end Frodo would have fucked the whole thing up.
he had great decision-making, clutch, top skills, knew how to deal with opposition with great physicality (mumakil), literally top vision of the field.
people talk about 18-1 being the biggest choke of all time but can we talk about sauron?
>has 10,000 orcs standing in the way of 2 hobbits
>has his entire orc defensive line rush the passer
>doesn't drop anyone back into coverage
>hobbits slip into the secondary and waltz through the red zone for an easy TD
Mate, Aragorn's decision to counter the corsairs and keep on pressing after Pelennor was cleared was what turned the whole match upside down.
He even initiated Sam's carry assist with his long pass through Ithilien to the gate.