Frodo Baggins, son of Drogo Baggins, was a Hobbit of the Shire during the Third Age. He was, and still is, Tolkien's most renowned character for his leading role in the Quest of the Ring, in which he bore the One Ring to Mount Doom, where it was destroyed. He was a Ring-bearer, best friend to his gardener, Samwise Gamgee, and one of the three Hobbits who sailed from Middle-earth to the Uttermost West at the end of the Third Age.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 10-C. 10-B

Name: Frodo Baggins

Origin: Lord of the Rings

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Hobbit

Powers and Abilities: Stealth, Willpower (Can resist the One Ring's corruptive power better than almost anyone else). The One Ring offers him invisibility, heightened senses, illusions, theoretical ability of precognition or cursing (seen where he foretold Gollum's destruction) and magical protection.

Attack Potency: Below Average Human. Human level With Sting

Speed: Normal Human

Lifting Strength: Regular Human

Striking Strength: Human Class

Durability: Human level. Wall level with mithril coat mail (It offers decent protection from spear thrusts and arrows fired by orcs and trolls, who have higher physical abilities than regular humans)

Stamina: Quite high (Can carry the One Ring for almost a year, can climb a very unforgiving mountain which Gollum thought was stairs)

Range: Standard melee range, Extended melee range with Sting

Standard Equipment: Elven sword which glows blue when orcs are near, One Ring which can render the wearer invisible, Elven cloak which can serve as excellent camouflage, and the Light of Elendil, a magic light which can light any darkness and seems to hurt evil creature's eyes

Intelligence: Above average, has an instinct for danger, can read complicated books and understands a great deal more than most Hobbits

Weaknesses: The One Ring's negative influence takes over, over time


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  • Frodo Baggins versus Harry Potter

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    • Personal opinion: this was a stomp from the beginning.
    • Should it be locked as such or allowed as a victory for Frodo once the last vote is collected?