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Servant of Sauron
I'm sorry to say it, but with a performance like that, you must be a slave to the will of Sauron himself. What else could explain your responses here? Be gone, fiend!
Wiser than Gandalf
We should have known this wouldn't be difficult enough for you. Well done, Sir or Madam. You've clearly been studying.
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What is this place called?
Who says this line? "They're taking the hobbits to Isengard."
What is the name of the primary antagonist in The Lord of the Rings?
How many members of the Fellowship originally set-out from Rivendell?
Which of these is NOT an Inn visited by character's in the series?
Who says this quote? “Nine companions. So be it. You shall be the fellowship of the ring.”
Who is the Steward of Gondor (also the father of Boromir and Faramir)?
What is this object called?
Who directed the most famous film adaption of the Lord of the Rings trilogy?
Which of these options does NOT belong?
How does Sam know Frodo?
What gift does Lady Galadriel give to Gimil?
Frodo carries a sword that glows blue when orcs are near. What is it called?
True or False: Gandalf is rescued from the Tower of Orthanc by Sam and Frodo.
What is the name of the story Bilbo wrote about his adventures?
Who becomes King of Rohan after Theoden dies on Pelennor Fields?
Where is Legolas’s home?
How many Ringwraiths are there?
What forest does Treebeard live in?
Finish this Gandalf quote: "Fly you _____________!
Which of these characters was played by an actor who also appears in Game of Thrones?
In which country was the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy filmed?
About This Quiz
The Lord of the Rings is that rarest of things: a piece of fiction as fun as it is deep, and as moving as it is wildly entertaining. It's perhaps for that reason, beyond anything else, the series has had such monumental impact on the hearts of fans... as well as its outsized influence on fantasy fiction for the past 60-odd years. But Tolkien didn't just set out to tell a genre-defining story—as much as anything else, the author wanted to build a world. At that, he truly excelled. The LOTR series is littered with information that alludes to a story going back hundreds and hundreds of years. Time to see how much of that information you know! Here's a test of your knowledge: drawn from the movies, books, and lore.