Frodo Baggins was most renowned for his protagonist role in The Lord of the Rings where he bore the Sauron’s ring, which he inherits from Bilbo Baggins, to Mount Doom. He is a hobbit of the Shire, son of Drogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck, and the adoptive heir of Bilbo. Frodo is introduced in The Fellowship of the Ring and took the main protagonist role until the last installment entitled The Return of the King.
Frodo was the ring-bearer, a title used for those who carried the One Ring, and the one who destroyed Sauron’s ring. The title was started to refer to him the same day when the fellowship was created. The fellowship was comprises of Frodo himself, his close friend Samwise Gamgee, his cousins Peregrin Took (Pippin) and Meriadoc Brandybuck (Merry), the wizard Gandalf, Aragorn, the elf Legolas, dwarf Gimli and Boromir.
Though he do not know the way to the fiery mountain known as Mount Doom, the heart of the black land of Mordor, Frodo voluntarily decided to take the One ring including its burden to destroy it hoping it would bring peace to Middle-Earth. This attribute of Frodo made him stand in the eyes of all races not only for human but also for elves, dwarves and others. He is indeed endowed with a temperament well suited to resist evil.
Here’s a collection of Frodo Baggins artworks and digital illustrations depicting his physical appearance in the novel written by J. R. R. Tolkien.
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