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20 Trivia Questions Only True “Lord Of The Rings” Will Be Able To Answer

You better hope you read those appendices. …several times!

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  1. New Line Cinema
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    Hobbits from outside The Shire
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    Dwarves
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    Forrest Elves
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    Great Eagles
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    "Durin's Folk" refers to the clan of dwarves that once inhabited Misty Mountain. Most Dwarfish clans can trace their lines back to Durin's Folk.

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    The bridge over the Brandywine river, marking the end of The Shire.
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    The mythical gateway between Middle-Earth and Valinor, the land of the gods.
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    The name of the broken sword before it was reforged as the legendary Andúril.
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    The bridge inside the Great Gates of Moria where Gandalf faced the Balrog.
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    Khazad-dûm is actually the Dwarfish name for Moria. The bridge of Khazad-dûm was destroyed when Gandalf did battle with the Balrog.

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    Hill Giants
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    Uruk-hai
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    Giant Spiders
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    Flying fell beasts
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    Ungoliant was an ancient creature that looked like a giant spider. Ungoliant was the mother of the spider Shelob, whom Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee did battle with.

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    The Old Guesthouse
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    The Green Dragon
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    The Prancing Pony
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    The Southern Star
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    Southern Star is a variety of "pipe-weed” grown in The Shire.

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    Saurumon’s forces versus King Théoden’s Rohirrim.
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    Saurumon’s forces versus the Ents.
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    Orcs of Dol Guldur versus the Galadhrim of Lothlórien.
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    The forces of the Dark Lord Sauron versus the forces of Gondor.
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    The Battle of Isengard is also called the Destruction of Isengard, because the Ents really messed that joint up.

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    Orcrist the Goblin-cleaver
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    Glamdring the Foe-hammer
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    Sting
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    Angrist
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    Angrist was an ancient sword forged by Telchar of Nogrod. It was used to pry one of the Silmaril jewels out of Melkor's Iron Crown.

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    The daughter of Samwise Gamgee and Rosie Cotton
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    The Queen of Mirkwood and mother of Legolas
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    One of the nine humans who was given a Ring of Power
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    Wife of Bard the Bowman of Lake-town
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    Elanor was one of twelve children that Samwise Gamgee and Rose Cotton had together.

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    Who to send to destroy the Ring of Power.
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    Who would lead the White Council. Gandalf was elected but declined, so Saruman took over.
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    The number of soldiers to send to fight Sauron in the Battle of the Morannon.
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    How to punish the newly risen Uruk-hai.
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    After the Last Debate, Aragorn led a force of 6,000 soldiers in order to distract Sauron's forces so that Frodo could slip in and destroy the One Ring.

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    Estel - meaning "hope" or "trust."
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    Amdir - meaning "looking up."
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    Aeluin - meaning "blue lake."
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    Míriel - meaning "sparkling like jewels."
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    Aragorn lived in Rivendell as a child. He was called Estel in order to conceal his identity from Sauron's forces.

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    The corrupt mounds of earth from which Uruk-hai are born.
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    Wounds inflicted by the Nazgûl.
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    Siege towers used by Orcs during the attack on Minas Tirith.
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    The name given to an Elf who has given up its immortality.
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    Morgul-wounds are any injury inflicted by the enchanted weapons of the Nazgûl, like the wound Frodo received that nearly transformed him into a wraith.

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    She was imprisoned in a lockhole for helping her son Lotho destroy The Shire.
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    She died, donating her money to Frodo to help Hobbits displaced by Saruman.
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    She became corrupted by Saruman, and transformed into a Ringwraith.
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    She joined Bilbo Baggins on his journey to the Grey Havens.
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    Lobelia Sackville-Baggins makes peace with the Baggins family, and upon her death, donates her wealth in order to find homes for all the hobbits who were displaced by her son, Lotho.

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    The Mellon
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    The Periannath
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    The Onodrim
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    The Urulóki
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    The Sindarin word "perian" literally translates to "halfling." Periannath is the collective plural.

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    The defeat of Sauron at the hands of Last Alliance of Elves and Men.
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    The destruction of Beleriand in the War of Wrath.
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    The death of Sauron after the destruction of the One Ring.
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    The creation of the Two Trees that gave light and time to the world.
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    The Third Age began with the Last Alliance of Elves and Men defeating Sauron and ended with the destruction of the One Ring and Sauron's death.

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    It is the Entish castle where the Entmoot is held.
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    It is the Fangorn Forest home of the great spider Shelob.
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    It is the stone tower in Isengard from which Saruman commanded his forces.
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    It is where Treebeard invited Merry and Pippin to stay before the Entmoot.
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    Wellinghall is where Merry and Pippin drank the Ent-draughts that made them grow to be the two tallest hobbits in all of the Shire.

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    The Great Goblin that lead the goblins living under the Misty Mountains.
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    A fire drake that lived within Lonely Mountain, where he protected his hoard of gold.
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    An Orc-chieftain of Moria, who led the Orcs during the Battle of Five Armies.
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    An orc who died at the hands of Samwise Gamgee in the Tower of Cirith Ungol.
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    Snaga may actually not be a specific name, but a mocking term used by Uruk-hai and Orc chieftains meant to belittle lesser Orcs.

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    Quendya
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    Taliska
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    Telerin
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    Sindarin
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    Taliska is a language of Man. It was spoken by the Edain of the House of Bëor and House of Hador.

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    A pack of trained dogs.
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    A pack of trained wolves.
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    A shape-shifting man/bear.
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    A swarm of angry bees.
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    Farmer Maggot's three dogs were called Grip, Fang, and Wolf.

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    The tavern in Bree where the hobbits first met Aragorn.
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    The plains to the East of Mordor.
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    The hidden entrance to Goblin-town in the Misty Mountains.
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    The name of Bilbo and later Frodo’s house in The Shire.
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    The Front Porch is where Bilbo Baggins and the dwarves take shelter from the thunder-battle. While they slept, goblins abducted the party using hidden entrances into the cave.

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    Three Rings of Power given to the Elves.
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    Seven Seeing-Stones.
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    Three jewels created by Fëanor.
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    Three strands of Galadriels hair given to Gimli.
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    The Palantíri were magical objects that could be used to see and communicate over great distances.

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    Carved gargoyles at the entrance to the Tower of Cirith Ungol.
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    Massive statues of Isildur and Anárion standing on either side of the River Anduin.
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    Two rivers that flow through the Gap of Rohan, creating its borders.
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    The two towers making up the seat of power in Mordor.
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    The Two Watchers are the three-headed statues on either side of the entrance to the Tower of Cirith Ungol. They formed an invisible barrier that could not be passed through.

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