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#123 - Jesusnipples
Reply +11
(07/05/2013) [-]
I like how in the last step (character striving for redemption) they all achieved redemption, except Gollum. He could've been redeemed and everything would've been fine, but he decided that Frodo had delicious fingers instead.   
   
Meth is a hell of a drug
I like how in the last step (character striving for redemption) they all achieved redemption, except Gollum. He could've been redeemed and everything would've been fine, but he decided that Frodo had delicious fingers instead.

Meth is a hell of a drug
#129 to #123 - demonicchimera
Reply 0
(07/05/2013) [-]
In the books (maybe the final one) there is a moment where Gollum shows a glimpse of his 'humanity' and wants to help Frodo but then Sam is a dick to him making him revert to the 'nasty hobbitses' mode and ruining his chance at redemption.
Sam, I may love him in the films but he doesn't half piss me off in the books.
#126 to #123 - thatoneiranianguy
Reply +3
(07/05/2013) [-]
Gollum in a way was my favorite character and in a may more important than some other characters in the story. At least to me, he helped keep a structure. Gollum was never a good or bad guy, at all; in a way he suffered from a multiple personality disorder. He did his best to fight it but ended up failing.

I think we should see a short story all about Gollum and his life. He was a really interesting character that was written out well.
#127 to #126 - Jesusnipples
Reply +2
(07/05/2013) [-]
Gollum was the comic relief and one of the saddest parts of the story at the same time, loved that little ******