Lord of the Rings First Lines

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Can you name the LOTR character by their opening line?

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'I am called Strider. I am very please to meet you, Master-Underhill, if old Butterbur got your name right.'
'You speak justly, lord. It is not yet five days since the bitter tidings came that Theodred your son was slain upon the West marches: your right hand, Second Marshal of the Mark.'
'I am the Doorward of Theoden.'
'Ach, sss! Cautious, my precious! More haste less speed. We musstn't rissk our neck, musst we , precious?'
'Hail, Frodo! You are abroad late. Or are you perhaps lost?'
'Now let the song begin! Let us sing together!'
'You are Peregrin the Halfling? I am told that you have been sworn to the service of the Lord and of the City. Welcome!'
'Hail Aragorn son of Arathorn!'
'Rest while you can little fool!'
'I greet you, and maybe you look for welcome. But truth to tell your welcome is doubtful here, Master Gandalf.'
'Alas! alas! The tidings that I was sent to bring must now be told.'
'Awake little master! Now at last the hour has come that you have wished for, Frodo.'
'Well? Why must you disturb my rest? Will you give me no peace at all by night or day?'
'You'll live to regret it, young fellow! Why didn't you go too? You don't belong here; you're no Baggins-you-you're a Brandybuck!'
'Alas! if he should die. Would that there were kings in Gondor, as there were once upon a time, they say!'
'Ha, hmm, my friends, let us go for a walk!'
'Come not between the Nazgul and his prey! Or he will not slay thee in thy turn.'
'I am very fond indeed of it, and of all the dear old Shire; but I think I need a holiday'
'Greetings! Where do you come from? You are a stranger in the city!'
'Welcome! We seldom use any tongue but our own; for we dwell now in the heart of the forest, and do not willingly have dealings with any other folk.'
'He is indisposed, He is Resting'
'Do you wonder at that, Ring-bearer? For you know the power of that thing which is now destroyed; and all that was done by that power is now passing away.'
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'What burden do you bear, Men of Rohan?'
'Has he gone?'
'Is there anyone in this rout with authority to treat with me?'
'Hail, and well met at last!'
'No, you don't, Sam!'
'Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens.'
'Nay, there was no change of counsel.'
'Run away now! You'll get plenty when the time comes!'
'Hullo Sam! Where've you been?'
'But that can only mean going into the Old Forest. '
'Half a minute, if you please!'
'Who are you, and what are you doing in this land?'
'A very nice well-spoken gentlehobbit is Mr.Bilbo, as I've always said,'
'But it was at the coming of the Halfling that Isildur's Bane should waken, or so one must read the words.'
'Almost felt you liked the Forest! That's good! That's uncommonly kind of you!'
'Sit now beside my chair, Frodo of the Shire! When all have come we will speak together.'
'Dark indeed is the hour, and at such times you are wont to come, Mithrandir.'
'I bring word to you from my father: The days are short, if thou art in haste, remember the Paths of the Dead.'
'Queer things you do hear these days, to be sure,'
'Hey dol! merry dol! ring a dong dillo!'
'Give me leave, Master Elrond, first to say more of Gondor, for verily from the land of Gondor I am come.'

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