Samwise Moore Quotes

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Samwise Gamgee would be the best person out of the nine in the Fellowship to take the ring because of his bravery, loyalty, and his common sense. In The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, Samwise Gamgee, Frodo’s gardener and best friend, joins Frodo in his journey to destroy the one ring. As the book progresses, the reader notices early on that Samwise displays his bravery and loyalty to Frodo as well as his common sense towards the journey. Samwise is very brave as the reader gets into the book. Samwise willingly joins the Fellowship willing to risk himself all just to keep his boss, Frodo, safe. Samwise tells Frodo that “he knows they are going to take a very long road, into darkness; but…” he knows he “…can't turn back.” Samwise realizes the journey is a long one, but he’s brave enough to continue on to ensure Frodo’s safety at all costs. His bravery is usually tied into his loyalty as well because of …show more content…

Samwise doesn’t want to leave the Shire; he only does to protect Frodo which proves how loyal of an employee he is. Frodo tells Sam to “‘Go back…’” and that he’s “’…going to Mordor alone.’” When Sam replies ‘Of course you are. And I'm coming with you.’” Sam is willing to stay with Frodo no matter how dangerous the setting or adventure. Sam’s loyalty portrays him as the person who is always gonna be with Frodo as an advisor; someone who can act as a second conscience. Sam’s common sense is definitely an advantage of his character because it can get him out of tough situations. Sam isn’t the smartest in the Fellowship, but he definitely has a lot of common sense. Sam tells Gandalf that he “… didn't hear nothing important ‘cept something about a ring, a dark lord and the end of the world." That wasn’t very smart on Sam’s part to say it like that. He could have just lied about not hearing anything. Sam’s common sense plays a huge part in his role in The Lord of the Rings and Frodo’s decisions as

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