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Billy Boyd
Peregrin 'Pippin' Took

Portrayed by: Billy Boyd

Appears in:
The Fellowship of the Ring
The Two Towers
The Return of the King


Pippin In The Fellowship of the Ring:
Pippin and his cohort Merry constantly get into mischief. At Bilbo's birthday party, the two of them get into Gandalf's fireworks, accidentally setting them all off at once. Gandalf puts them to washing dishes as a result. As Frodo and Sam are making their way across The Shire, they literally run into Merry and Pippin who have filched some of Farmer Maggot's vegatables and have his dogs after them. After a close encounter with the Black Riders, Merry and Pippin decide to help Frodo on his quest and help them reach the Buckleberry Ferry.

At the Prancing Pony in Bree, Pippin blows Frodo's cover by revealing that his name is Baggins and not Underhill. At Weathertop, it is a cooking fire started by he, Merry and Sam that draws the Nazgûl. The result is that Frodo is wounded with a poisoned blade. At Rivendell, he and Merry insist on joining Frodo on his quest to bring the Ring to Mt. Doom in Mordor. At the Hollin Gate into Moria, he and Merry throw rocks into the pool, which draws the Watcher in the Water to the surface, leaving the Fellowship no choice but to go through Moria.

While travelling through Moria, Pippin knocks a skeleton into a well, which alerts the Orcs and the dark creatures deep in Moria. That leads to the battle with the Orcs and the cave troll at Balin's Tomb and later Gandalf's fall into the abyss with the Balrog at the Bridge of Khazad-dûm. During the fight with the Uruk-hai at Amon Hen, he and Merry try to motion Frodo over to their hiding place. When he doesn't come, Merry realizes that Frodo means to leave them, so they create a diversion to help him escape. He and Merry are then captured after Boromir falls to Lurtz.






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