Lord of the Rings Character by Last Line

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Can you name the Lord of the Rings Character by the Last Line they say?

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And that will keep you as busy and as happy as anyone can be, as long as your part of the story goes on. Come now, ride with me!
Come hither! Come, if you are not all recreant!
But what then would happen, if the Ruling Ring were destroyed, as you counsel?
What for? Haven’t you got any lockups down below?
You do what Sharkey says, always, don’t you, Worm?
If you sue for his clemency you must first do his bidding. These are his terms. Take them or leave them!
We will send word when we may, and some of us may yet meet at times; but I fear that we shall not all be gathered together ever again.
Well, I’m back.
For about this time of the year, when the leaves are gold before they fall, look for Bilbo in the woods of the Shire. I shall be with him.
And now I think I am quite ready to go on another journey. Are you coming?
Kinsman, farewell! May your doom be other than mine, and your treasure remain with you to the end!
Now I must go back to my own land and look on it once again, and help my brother in his labour; but when one whom I long loved as a father is laid at last to rest, I will return.
And don’t forget that if you hear any new of the Entwives in your land, you will send word to me.
When the memory of the fear and darkness troubles you, this will bring you aid.
I will not say: do not weep; for not all tears are an evil
You shall come with me and keep your word; and thus we will journey on together to our own lands in Mirkwood and beyond.
I don’t doubt you’ll soon set all to rights. Good luck to you! And the oftener you come back the better I’ll be pleased.
The Lord does not permit those who wear the black and silver to leave their post for any cause, save at his own command
Choose one spot as a nursery, and see what happens to the plants there.
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Seldom have we had such delight in strangers, and it is fair to hear words of the Ancient Speech from the lips of other wanderers in the world
It’s an ill wind as blows nobody no good, as I always say. And All’s well as ends Better!
I hear and see that you have used my gift well. The Shire shall now be more than ever blessed and beloved
Farewell, Aragorn! Go to Minas Tirith and save my people. I have failed.
You told me to; you told me to do it
Hinder me? Thou fool. No living man may hinder me!
It was not Sam, though, that gave you away this time, but Gandalf himself!
Precious, precious, precious! O my Precious!
Come! All is now ready for you. Enter the boats! But take care at first!
Got you, Gorbag! Not quite dead, eh? Well, I’ll finish my job now.
Thus, is the friendship of the Mark and of Gondor bound with a new bond, and the more do I rejoice.
For that is true, even though he has not yet sat upon the throne; and it will give the enemy more thought, if the heralds use that name.
Farewell, Elf-friend, it was a merry meeting.
Behold the King!
And remember, dear friends of the Shire, that my realm lies also in the North, and I shall come there one day.
To me! To me! Up Eorlingas! Fear no darkness!
Still there’s one thing the fine fellows don’t know: Mauhur and his lads are in the forest, and they should turn up any time now.
Yet all the elves are willing to endure this chance, if by it the power of Sauron may be broken, and the fear of his dominion be taken away for ever.
Tom’s country ends here: he will not pass the borders. Tom has his house to mind, and Goldberry is waiting

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