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The lord of the rings- The hero's journey
Transcript of The lord of the rings- The hero's journey
1. The ordinary world
Frodo lives peacefully in the Shire with his Uncle, Bilbo Baggins at Bag End, and his three closest friends. The Baggins family is well known for Bilbo’s great adventures, and they are often visited by Gandalf the Wizard.
2. The call to adventure
Frodo finds the ring Bilbo left for him. After finding it, Gandalf explains to him the story of the Ring of Power, and how it was created. He tells Frodo about the Dark Lord, and how the Ring was once lost from the world until it was found again.
3. Refusal to the call
Frodo is initially reluctant to leave his comfortable life in Shire, but when he is almost killed by the Ringwraiths (Sauron’s minions) he realizes his life will always be at risk as long as the ring exists.
4. Meeting with the fellowship
Frodo meets the Fellowship, a group of trusted allies of Gandalf that have pledged to help Frodo in his quest to destroy the ring. The Fellowship consists of Frodo’s hobbit companions, Aragorn, Gandalf, Gimli the Dwarf, Legolas the Elf, and the man Boromir.
The hero: Frodo
5. Crossing the Threshold Guardian
Frodo moves out of his comfort zone in the Shire and begins his quest with the aid of the Fellowship on his long journey to the volcano Mount Doom, the only place where this ring can be destroyed.
6. Tests, Allies, Enemies
Frodo and his fellowship encounters many obstacles, allies, and enemies along the way.
He journeys over the mountain pass
merely escapes the wrath of Balrog
he becomes allies with the elves
he is almost captured by the forces of Saruman
he is attacked by Gollum
he is nearly eaten by a carnivorous Spider (Shelob).
7. Approaching the inmost cave
Frodo departs from the Fellowship alone with Sam to continue his long journey to the fires of Mount Doom. The Fellowship cannot continue with Frodo, because they must help defeat the forces of Sauron that are growing more powerful with each passing. Frodo and Sam use Gollum as a guide to travel the secret back paths to reach the entrance of Mount Doom.
8. The Supreme Ordeal
Aragorn is leading the armies of Rohan and Gondor against the forces of Sauron as a distraction.
Meanwhile Frodo and Sam get attacked of Gollum but in the end Frodo archieves to destroy the ring.
The big battle
Destroying the ring
The Reward is the destruction of the ring in Mount Doom and the victory of the cumulative prowess of the Fellowship and its’ allies over the forces of Sauron.
10. The road back
Frodo and Sam get rescued by Gandalf and his eagles
Several weeks later Frodo awakes from his unconscious exhausted state just in time to witness Aragon’s marriage to his longtime love Arwen and his ascent to the throne of the realm. Simultaneously all the members of the Fellowship are knighted by Aragon, with exception of Gandalf.
12. Restoring the world
Frodo returns to Shire with more powerful relationships. Eventually Frodo journeys to the Undying Lands to live peacefully for the rest of eternity.
The mountain pass
The wrath of Balrog
Aragon and Arwen
Back at the shire
Meeting with the mentor Gandalf