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The elves in the woods were the elves of Lothlorien, ruled by Celeborn and Galadriel (also known as the Lady of the Wood). Legolas on the other hand is a prince of Mirkwood, a completely different forest realm. So it's not that surprising that Legolas doesn't know anyone there.
Frodo saw the effect the ring had on Boromir (Sean Bean), and knew that eventually it would corrupt the rest of the Fellowship. No one is immune to the ring. Even, Gandalf and Galadriel refused to touch it. Frodo as a hobbit, is a bit resistant to the ring, but not completely impervious to it's influence. This is something that Lady Galadriel had foretold ...
I can think of two different reasons why Aragorn was called an Exile: A King without a Kingdom Aragorn's forebear Elendil founded the Kingdom of Arnor in the North. Arnor was the sister realm of Gondor in the South. When Elendil died, the Crown of Arnor passed to Isildur, his son. Arnor eventually suffered from civil war and split up in smaller ...
Quoting from Wikipedia: The son of Arathorn II and his wife Gilraen, Aragorn was born on 1 March, T.A. 2931.1 Through his ancestor Elendil (whom he closely resembled) Aragorn was a descendant of the first king of Númenor, Elros Tar-Minyatur; the twin brother of Elrond. When Aragorn was two years old, his father was killed while pursuing orcs. ...
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