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[See: Merry and Pippin meet Treebeard] The hobbits were clear that Uglúk and his troop came from Isengard, and spoke of Saruman as their master. Merry and Pippin meet Treebeard (approximate date). Event Type: General. Age: 3rd Age - Ring War. Date: February 28, Description: [Note: the actual. Next up on the Lord of the Rings re-read, chapter III.4 of The Two Towers, “ Treebeard. Pippin and Merry, traveling through the forest, come to a rocky hill where they are startled to met Treebeard (a.k.a. Fangorn), an Ent who.
There Merry and Pippin bump into him while escaping from an orc. Treebeard takes the hobbits with him and they go together to Entmoot. The Ents decide not to take part to the war but when Merry and Pippin manage to show Treebeard what Saruman has done to his forest, the Ents and the hobbits march to destroy Isengard. Who is Treebeard in the book? Treebeard is an old Ent and the leader of the Ents in Fangorn Forest. He meets Merry and Pippin in his forest after they escaped from the orcs and he takes them along.
He takes them to the Entmoot where the Ents decide to go to war against Isengard. Whether it was clad in stuff like green and grey bark, or whether that was its hide, was difficult to say.
Arms, at a short distance from the trunk, were not wrinkled, but covered with a brown smooth skin. The large feet had seven toes each.Ents attack Isengard
Grey beard, deep brown eyes, shot with a green light. In the movie Treebeard looks pretty much like a walking tree. He has very tall legs and arms, and his head continues straight from a short trunk. His hands are like branches and his skin from all over looks more like bark than skin.
Some kind of branches with leaves leave from his trunk. Treebeard is old and very mysterious, and he also seems to be very wise.
Introduction Treebeard is standing in Fangorn Forest sleeping, and wakes up when Pippin climbing in his branches to escape an orc, grabs his nose and shouts to Merry. Treebeard kills the orc and catches the hobbits thinking that they are orcs too.
Merry and Pippin try to tell Treebeard that they are not orcs but Treebeard says that the White Wizard knows. Later Treebeard is carrying the hobbits to his home saying that he promised Gandalf to keep the hobbits safe. In the book Treebeard finds the hobbits standing on a hill in Fangorn taking a breath and looking around.
Merry and Pippin meet Treebeard (approximate date) - Events - Henneth Annûn
For a while they discuss who is who and what their names are and then Treebeard takes Merry and Pippin along to take them to his home. He brings the hobbits to his home to sleep and goes to find the other Ents.
When he comes back he rescues Merry and Pippin from a willow tree that has taken the hobbits captive under its roots. He says the forest is waking up and they leave to Entmoot. On their way Treebeard tells them something about the Entwives. Nothing grew there but a few grasses and weeds at its edge, and one old stump of a tree with only two bent branches left They came at length to the edge of the shelf almost at the feet of the old stump; then they sprang up and turned round with their backs to the hill, breathing deep, and looking out eastward.
They saw that they had only come some three or four miles into the forest It feels cool up here. This shaggy old forest looked so different in the sunlight. I almost felt I liked the place. That's uncommonly kind of you,' said a strange voice. A large knob-knuckled hand was laid on each of their shoulders, and they were twisted round, gently but irresistibly; then two great arms lifted them up.
They found that they were looking at a most extraordinary face. It belonged to a large Man-like, almost Troll-like, figure, at least fourteen foot high, very sturdy, with a tall head, and hardly any neck.
Whether it was clad in stuff like green and grey bark, or whether that was its hide, was difficult to say. The lower part of the long face was covered with a sweeping grey beard, bushy, almost twiggy at the roots, thin and mossy at the ends. But at the moment the hobbits noted little but the eyes. These deep eyes were now surveying them, slow and solemn, but very penetrating.
They were brown, shot with a green light. Do not be hasty, that is my motto.
But if I had seen you, before I heard your voices I should have just trodden on you, taking you for little Orcsand found out my mistake afterwards. Very odd you are, indeed. Root and twig, very odd! Under those eyes he felt a curious suspense, but not fear.
And what are you? Yes, Ent is the word. The Ent, I am, you might say, in your manner of speaking.