Every Character in Lord Of The Rings (Book)

In order to qualify the character must have a unique name/title and to have spoken. (So Shelob is not on the list as she never speaks)
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Answer
Bilbo Baggins
Ham Gamgee
Old Noakes
Daddy Twofoot
Old Sandyman
Gandalf
Old Proudfoot
Rory Brandybuck
Frodo Baggins
Lobelia Sackville-Baggins
Otho Sackville-Baggins
Meriadoc Brandybuck
Samwise Gamgee
Ted Sandyman
Peregrin Took
Gildor Inglorion
Farmer Maggot
Mrs Maggot
Fredegar Bolger
Tom Bombadil
Goldberry
Harry The Gatekeeper
Answer
Barliman Butterbur
Nob
Aragorn
Mr Mugwart
Bob
Bill Ferny
Glorfindal
Gloin
Elrond
Lindir
Boromir
Galdor
Legolas
Erestor
Gimli
Haldir
Celeborn
Galadriel
Eomer
Eothain
Ugluk
Grishnakh
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Treebeard
Quickbeam
Hama
Theoden
Grima Wormtongue
Eowyn
Ceorl
Gamling
Erkenbrand
Saruman
Gollum
Fararmir
Mablung
Damrod
Anborn
Gorbag
Shagrat
Ingold
Denethor
Beregond
Bregil
Halbarad
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Elrohir
Elladan
The King of the dead
Hirgon
Imrahil
The Witchking
Elfhelm
Ghan-buri-ghan
Widfara
Ioreth
The Mouth of Sauron
Snaga
Garn
Gwaihir
Arwen
Hob Hayward
Robin Smallburrow
Farmer Cotton
Rosie Cotton
Tom Cotton
Cirdan
6 Comments
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Level 73
Jan 27, 2016
Fine quiz! Few missed spellings: Fredegar, Bill Ferny.
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Level 17
Jan 28, 2016
Thank you and they have been changed.
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Level 89
Nov 6, 2016
Would you consider accepting 'dead king' or something along those lines for the King of the Dead? A bit vague, I know, but maybe?
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Level 17
May 16, 2017
Sure
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Level 58
Sep 3, 2020
Spelling mistake: Bregil, it should be Bergil
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Level 43
Sep 14, 2020
Great quiz! Bill Ferny wouldn't work for me though, unsure what's going on there. Mugwart is a misspelling too (it should be Mugwort), as are Glorfindal (Glorfindel) and Bregil (Bergil). Also, a pedantic note but it's unclear if the King of the Dead actually speaks. Aragorn asks "Oathbreakers why have ye come?" and a voice responds, "To fulfil our oath and have peace" but there's no confirmation it was the King of the Dead (although I think it's a safe assumption). Finally on a cheeky/questioning note, there's a potential argument that Old Man Willow speaks. Certainly Merry hears his voice, but Frodo and Sam also hear his leaves hissing.