Not much more description to give; I never understood that part. His justification is "that may not be the last time this voice is heard here" or something like that.
Could he have used that kind of firepower earlier to the Fellowship's benefit?
Why does Frodo have to fly solo without the others at the end of The Fellowship of the Ring? Especially Aragorn and Legolas both seem like incredible assassins/bodyguards and basically immune to the ...
At the gates of Moria there is a riddle on the door. "Speak Friend and Enter". Frodo then asks Gandalf "What is the elven word for 'Friend'?" who replies and the door opens. Given Moria is a ...