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T.A. 3018: The Company of the Ring stays in Rivendell preparing for the journey ahead.
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The Hobbit

The Hobbit Bilbo Baggins, a comfortably wealthy hobbit of the Shire, is convinced by Gandalf the wizard to accompany a party of Dwarves on a journey to recover stolen treasure from the dragon Smaug.

For a detailed synopsis click HERE.

The Fellowship of the Ring

Fellowship Frodo Baggins inherits a golden ring from his cousin Bilbo only to find that it is a magical treasure sought by the Dark Lord Sauron. With the aid of his closest friends and some unlikely allies, Frodo attempts to take the Ring to the Cracks of Doom - the only place in Middle-Earth where it can be destroyed.

For a synopsis click HERE.

The Two Towers

Two Towers The Fellowship of the Ring is broken and its pieces are scattered across Middle-Earth. Aragorn, Gimli and Legolas race across the plains of Rohan to rescue Merry and Pippin who have been captured by Orcs. Meanwhile, Frodo and Sam make their slow way towards Mordor, guided by the treacherous Gollum.

For a synopsis click HERE.

The Return of the King

Return of the King

The traitor Saruman has been dealt with, but now Gondor is under siege. Gandalf leads the defense of Minas Tirith as Rohan rushes towards the walled city. Meanwhile, Aragorn takes to the mysterious Paths of the Dead to an unknown end. But all minds are turned to Frodo and Sam as they enter the Dark Land on the last leg of their terrible quest to destroy the Ring. For a synopsis click HERE.

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