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The Two Towers

The Two Towers

by J.R.R. Tolkien

The Two Towers: Quotes (What Was Said) Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around The Two Towers? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Who says, "Seriously though, I do not think there is any need for fear––at present"?


Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Frodo
Sam
Gimli
Q. Who says, "Isengard has proved less strong than your hope and fancy made it"?


Gandalf the Grey
Treebeard
Dumbledore
Gandalf the White
Q. Who says, "You swore a promise by what you call the Precious. Remember that! It will hold you to it; but it will seek a way to twist it to you own undoing"?


Gandalf
Mother of the bride
Frodo
Pippin
Q. Who says, "Seven mounds upon the left, and nine upon the right […] [m]any long lives of men it is since the golden hall was built"?


Aragorn
Gandalf
Saruman
Some condescending elf
Q. Who says, "We have become friends in so short a while that I think I must be getting hasty—growing backwards towards youth, perhaps"?


Gandalf
Theodin
Treebeard
Merlin
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