Did Arwen sacrifice her Frodo immortality?

Frodo sacrificed his innocence and life as he had always known it for the protection of the home he could no longer enjoy. Arwen sacrificed an immortal life in Arda for an eternal love beyond the world. Yet Frodo’s journey to the West could not have been possible without the intervention and sacrifice of Arwen.

What does Arwen say to Frodo?

[Arwen cries and embraces Frodo.] Arwen (voiceover): “What grace is given me, let it pass to him, let him be spared — save him.”

Did Arwen takes Frodo to Rivendell?

Arwen rides to Rivendell with Frodo chased by the Nazgul/Ringwraiths.

Did Arwen lose her immortality?

Did Arwen lose her immortality? The answer is yes. When Arwen chose to stay in Middle Earth because of the hope she had for a brighter future, she also chose to be counted among the race of Man. Elrond confronts Aragorn in The Return of the King and says that Arwen is dying, her fate tied to the Ring.

Who saves Frodo when he gets stabbed?

In The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, the Witch-king uses the Morgul-knife, referred to as the “Morgul-blade”, to wound Frodo as in the book.

Who saves Frodo?

While on his perilous mission the Ringwraiths avoided him; he met five of them, and they fled at his presence. It was Glorfindel indeed who accomplished his mission and found the Ringbearer, Frodo Baggins, and his friend Aragorn with him.

Why was Arwen not supposed to meet Frodo?

As commenters have noted, Arwen was not originally intended to encounter Frodo in this scene. Peter Jackson substituted her for Glorfindel, probably for a few reasons (the romantic subplot makes sense, as does removing an appearance of an otherwise redundant character).

How did Frodo get saved in The Lord of the Rings?

In the books, Frodo is made of sterner stuff. It’s Frodo who, after being pursued doggedly by the Black Riders, stands tall at the Ford of Rivendell with his sword held high. He doesn’t get saved by Arwen, but instead tells them to “go back to whence you came, and never follow me again!”

What was Sam’s role in The Lord of the Rings?

Sam is still Frodo’s gardener in the books, and that status makes him take on a much more humble role in the Fellowship. He isn’t an equal part of it, but considered Frodo’s manservant that will see to his needs, as well as cook the meals and such.

Who is better SAM or Frodo in The Lord of the Rings?

Because Smeagol understands Frodo’s state of mind, he is a more empathizing figure than Sam. In the books, Frodo is not so taken in by Smeagol’s silver-tongued words, and is constantly one step ahead of the former halfling. Frodo is much more cunning and observant.