The ring bearer
Frodo Baggins is the hero of the famous literary trilogy of J. R. R. Tolkien, The Lord Of The Rings and of course of the films which are the adaptation. In this great classic of the heroic fantasy literature, we tell the story of the fight between Frodo and his allies and the terrible lord of Mordor, Sauron. Indeed, thousands of years ago, Sauron had created rings of power that he gave to the greatest kings of the main races: men, elves and dwarves. But he also created a ring that would control them all. After a war of epic proportions, Sauron is defeated but his ring survives, allowing him to survive in a diminished form as well. Several thousand years later, the ring finds its way into the hands of Frodo Baggins, a hobbit, who finds himself on a mission to destroy it in the lava of Mount Doom, accompanied by a company of humans, dwarves, an elf, and several of his hobbit companions. Frodo is part of a particularly peaceful race and also presenting a surprising resistance to the attraction powers of the ring.