The name of my kennel
is from J. R. Token's book "Lord of the Rings"
A story of the Great War of the Ring and included
many glimpses of the yet more ancient history that preceded it, namely "The Hobbit"
The FALLOHIDEs, a Northern branch of the hobbits and the least numerous, were often found as leaders or chieftains as they are more bolder and adventurous than the others.
The FALLOHIDEs settled mostly near forest and trees and because of that, they had a better knowledge of elves than the other two branches of hobbits, namely the Stoors and Harfoots.
Aliases: The Ringbearer
Date of Birth: Sept 22, 2968 T.A.
Race: Hobbit (Harfoot.Fallohide)
Height: 3-4 feet
Date of Death: Unknown
Parents: Drogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck
Date of Marriage: N/A
Physical description: As hobbits go, Frodo was of medium height, with thick brown curly hair. He was not as fat as most hobbits. The Fallohide in him made him lighter skinned then a full-blooded Harfoot.
Biography: Frodo was the
only son of Drogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck. His parents both died in the
year 2980, so his cousin Bilbo Baggins, the wealthy bachelor, adopted him. Upon
Frodo's coming of age, Bilbo parted from the Shire, and left nearly all of his
worldly belongings, including Bag End, to Frodo. In 3018, Frodo travelled to
Rivendell under the name Mr. Underhill to escape pursuit of Sauron's forces.
Along the way he received a near deadly blow from a Morgul knife dealt by a
Nazgul. In Rivendell, he volunteered to destroy the Ring in Mordor. 8 companions
were chosen to accompany him on his quest. He had many heroic adventures with
and without the Fellowship before he finally reached The Cracks of Doom, where
at the moment of truth, he claimed the Ring for himself. Shortly thereafter
Gollum, who during a fight for the Ring, bit off Frodo’s finger, and fell
himself into the fire, overtook him. After the War of the Ring, Frodo was, for a
while, mayor of Michel Delving. But constantly feeling dejected and unfulfilled,
sailed over the sea with Gandalf and Bilbo.
Charting the Shire lines
Music: Bright Eyes