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Pippin (The Lord Of The Rings)

A typical hobbit

Like his cousin Merry, Pippin is depicted with the green cloak and leaf given to him by Galadriel when they were in Lothlorien. With this, he is of course wearing a traditional hobbit outfit or that of a nineteenth century English gentleman: a shirt, a frock coat, a scarf and pants which, given the tendency of hobbits to walk only barefoot, stop at mid-calf. We also find his famous hairy feet and at the level of the head, we find his half-long reddish-blond and curly hair. Finally, he holds a pipe in his hand, which represents the hobbits’ love for all the simple pleasures of life.

The Goofball

Pippin is one of the nine members of the Fellowship of the Ring in the seminal heroic fantasy books and movies, The Lord of the Rings. Pippin is a hobbit and with his cousin Merry, they will find themselves embarked in the adventure a bit by accident when they cross the path of Sam and Frodo, on their way to Rivendell with a nazg?l in pursuit. They help them get to Bree and from there they have no choice but to follow them to Rivendell escorted by Aragorn. When Frodo devotes himself to destroy the ring in Mount Doom, Pippin and Merry do not hesitate to devote themselves to accompany him. Pippin is a young man full of good will but he is not the smartest of the hobbits nor the bravest. He causes a few disasters with his clumsiness but in the end, like the other members of the community, he will eventually find his courage and prove it in the final battle.


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