Samwise Gamgee

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Samwise Gamgee, usually called "Sam" is brought up in the area of Hobbiton, in the centre of the Shire. Though being Frodo's gardener he will play a major role in Prof. Tolkien's trilogy, one of the toughest roles of them all.

A new hobbit or man character will briefly meet Sam already in the intro instance, being with Frodo and Pippin on their way to Crickhollow in Buckland.

We will meet him throughout the Epic story-line at many locations. And much later Samwise also appears in a dream, in a quest instance which takes place at the banks of river Anduin.

One Hobbit who may know more than most about Frodo's sudden departure is Samwise Gamgee of Bagshot Row, the youngest son of Gaffer Gamgee. He travelled with the Company of the Ring, and accompanied Frodo into Mordor and aided him in the achievement of the Quest of Mount Doom.
As gardener and caretaker of Bag End, Sam has a close relationship with Frodo, as he did with Bilbo for many years. It is through Bilbo's stories and writings that Sam became interested in the far-off lands of Middle-earth, particularly the ways of the ancient Elves.
Sam, like most Hobbits, prefers a fine meal (or three) to adventure of any kind. When the need arises, however, he always manages to hold on to hope, no matter how dire the circumstances. Ever-loyal to Frodo, Sam has also left the Shire to travel whatever road his master has chosen. This unwavering bond of loyalty and friendship between Sam and Frodo will be crucial as the Hobbits travel from the peaceful lands of the Shire and into the unknown wilderness that lies before them. — lorebook


Not much is known of Sam's childhood, except that he loved swimming with other young Hobbits in the Bywater Pool. Often he played with Jolly Cotton ... and his sister Rosie at whose sight his heart always begun to throb heavily but his tongue grew dumb; 'why am I here ... and Rosie is so far away?' he soon and often will think.

Samwise (Rivendell)

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Samwise Gamgee
Image of Samwise Gamgee
Gender Male
Race Hobbit
Region Trollshaws
Area Rivendell
Settlement The Last Homely House
Interior Bilbo's Room
Map Ref [29.6S, 3.3W]

Sam is found in Bilbo's Room, at the southern side at the ground floor of the Last Homely House in Rivendell. He is anxious about the travels to come, and what package he has forgotten.


Quest Involvement

Found at odd locations:

Quotes

"Samwise, you ninny, what are you forgetting?"
"Think, Samwise, think! What is it you're forgetting?"

Samwise (Lothlórien)

Later Sam is found at Cerin Amroth in Lothlórien. [11.8S, 67.7W]
Much later than that he appears in a dream, in a quest instance that takes place at the banks of Anduin in Gap of Rohan.

Quest Involvement

Samwise (East Rohan)

During Volume III, Book 7, the fellowship travels down the Anduin, resting for a time at Parth Galen.

Quest Involvement

Samwise (Road to Mordor)

There are more glimpses of Frodo and Sam on the journey to Mordor in the following quest instance:

Quest Involvement

Samwise (Mordor)

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Samwise Gamgee
Image of Samwise Gamgee
Gender Male
Race Hobbit
Region The Plateau of Gorgoroth


Quest Involvement
Session-plays concerning Cirith Ungol:

At Mount Doom:

Samwise (Cormallen)

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Samwise Gamgee
Image of Samwise Gamgee
Gender Male
Race Hobbit
Region Ithilien
Area North Ithilien
Settlement Cormallen
Map Ref [47.8S, 12.2W]

After the ring is destroyed, and being saved by the eagles, Frodo and Sam rest on the field of Cormallen on the journey back the Gondor.


Quest Involvement

Samwise (Midsummer)

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Samwise Gamgee
Image of Samwise Gamgee
Gender Male
Race Hobbit
Region Anórien (After Battle)
Settlement Minas Tirith (Midsummer)
Interior Merethrond - Banquet Hall
Map Ref [22.7N, 55.9W]

Samwise Gamgee awaits the wedding of Aragorn and Arwen in Midsummer Minas Tirith. He can be found in Merethrond following the wedding ceremony, seated at the high table between Frodo and Faramir.


Quest Involvement

Quotes

"I do miss my garden."
"I wonder if we'll be setting back to the Shire soon?"
"Me, a guardian! Can you imagine?"
"Master Frodo hasn't been himself since all that business with the black riders."
"We are in quite a pickle, aren't we, Samwise old boy?"
"What am I forgetting?"
"I ought to go see to Bill after this."