Frodo and Sam lower down on an elf rope, Sam isn't very good in that and drops a piece of bread. When Frodo tried to catch it he fell down. It didn't hurt him because there were only a few more meters. During the night they caught Gollum who wanted them to give him the ring of Power. Sam thought that Gollum only want to kill them, but Frodo knew that the creature Gollum was the person Sméagol a long time ago.
In the lands of Rohan Aragorn, Gimbly and Ligulas were searching for Merry and Pippin. In the morning a red sun came up, which mean that someone died. A few minutes later they saw a group of horsemen. They let them pass and then they asked if they had seen the two. The cousin of the king, who is the leader of the group, told them that they saw a troop Uruk Hais and that they had killed them. The elf, the man and the dwarf were given two horses. Later in the Fangorn wood they tried to fight against the white wizard, but he is too strong. Shortly after that he showed them his true face. They couldn't belief their eyes it was Gandalf. He told them that Merry and Pippin were saved and that he would go to the capital of Rohan.
The king wasn't able to do what he wants when they arrived. Gandalf helped him and the king through his adviser out of his lands because he had a black character. The king decided to go to Helms Clam, where his nation should be saved. Gandalf didn't have the same opinion and ridded away. On the way there they were attacked by War riders. In the fight Aragorn fell into a river.
The kings adviser arrived in Isengard and told Saruman about the plan of the king. With this information Saruman sent his troops to Helms Clam.
Merry and Pippin were in the middle of a huge wood with an Ent. The Ent made a Enting to decide if the two were orcs or if they are from Auenland. But M and P wanted him to fight against the dark side. His only answer was that the Ents had never fought a war. The Ents didn't... [continues]
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