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Conspirators

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Consisting of [[Samwise Gamgee]], [[Meriadoc Brandybuck]], [[Peregrin Took]], and [[Fredegar Bolger|Fatty Bolger]], the self-described "Conspirators" were friends of [[Frodo Baggins]] who discovered that he was making plans to leave the [[Shire]] in order to escape some danger related to the [[One Ring|Ring]] and conspired to assist him without his knowledge - this often meant spying and eavesdropping on Frodo's daily activities and conversations, until finally revealing themselves to Frodo just before he set out to leave, much to his surprise.  
 
Consisting of [[Samwise Gamgee]], [[Meriadoc Brandybuck]], [[Peregrin Took]], and [[Fredegar Bolger|Fatty Bolger]], the self-described "Conspirators" were friends of [[Frodo Baggins]] who discovered that he was making plans to leave the [[Shire]] in order to escape some danger related to the [[One Ring|Ring]] and conspired to assist him without his knowledge - this often meant spying and eavesdropping on Frodo's daily activities and conversations, until finally revealing themselves to Frodo just before he set out to leave, much to his surprise.  
Without their preparations, Frodo would likely have been captured by the [[Black Riders]] before he even escaped the Shire.
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Without their preparations, Frodo would likely have been captured by the [[Nazgûl|Black Riders]] before he even escaped the Shire.
 
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Revision as of 22:48, 3 July 2010

Consisting of Samwise Gamgee, Meriadoc Brandybuck, Peregrin Took, and Fatty Bolger, the self-described "Conspirators" were friends of Frodo Baggins who discovered that he was making plans to leave the Shire in order to escape some danger related to the Ring and conspired to assist him without his knowledge - this often meant spying and eavesdropping on Frodo's daily activities and conversations, until finally revealing themselves to Frodo just before he set out to leave, much to his surprise. Without their preparations, Frodo would likely have been captured by the Black Riders before he even escaped the Shire.