Frodo was a most unlikely hero. A hobbit, small and quiet, but possessing a true and noble spirit, Frodo became the bearer of the One Ring when it was left to him by his famous Uncle Bilbo. The task therefore fell to him to do what no one else could, and destroy the ring by casting it into the fires of Mount Doom. The burden of this charge would lie heavy on Frodo, pulling at him constantly as he trod the perilous path to Mordor from whence the Ring came.
Bah, even more repackaging. Luckily though they made some changes, at least we can be happy about that.
Made for the third time, the first being the combo pack, the second being the combo packs with a hobbit and an orc now this, both hobbits together. In all three cases, they are the same style figure but with a few changes. Both still come with swords but now they lack their pouches and now they both wear identical elven cloaks, which this time are removable. Both Merry and Pippin still have their swinging action two.
To sound like a broken record, its the same figure. In all three cases its the same figure. Whats the difference you ask? The first combo packs hobbits in the Fellowship of the Rings had less articulation. These new hobbits have movement in the head, shoulders, elbows,...[See More]
Subseries from Lord of the Rings - Fellowship of the Ring Toy Series
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