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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers FAQ/Walkthrough

By Zephyrmaster

9. Frodo Character Guide

Introduction

Frodo is the ring bearer, the most powerful object in all of middle earth. Frodo wields small swords and daggers, and is a fairly weak fighter due to the fact that he is a fighter. Putting on the ring attracts the attention of Sauron but gives Frodo invisibility, giving him an advantage over some enemies. Some people dislike playing Frodo calling him bad, but if you specialize him, he can be a dangerous character.

Starting Stats and Skills

Primary Stats
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Strength: 16
Accuracy: 18
Health: 18
Defense: 28
Courage: 34

Starting Skills
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The One Ring (1)
Hobbit Appetite (1)

Skills

Active Skills
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1st Tree

The One Ring (Level 1) - Frodo becomes invisible for 10 seconds, +2 per level. +4 damage. Corrupt. 10 spirit.
- If you decide you want to use the one ring, which is one of Frodo's best abilities, then you will have to raise this skill. Using the ring is very risky though, because using it will increase your corruption tremendously. In order to compensate for the amount of corruption using the ring produces, you have to balance it out with your passive skill Resist One Ring. Lower level Frodo's can't deal with Ringwraiths so use this skill with extreme caution, especially if you are in a level filled with Crebain or goblin drummers.

Escape (Level 5) - Frodo rolls away from enemies, stunning them for 1 second per level. 3 spirit/level.
- A good ability, but it has very limited uses. The stun isn't that great, and rolling away from enemies doesn't expediate their deaths. It might be useful to put a few points into this skill, but it's really not that something that more than a few points should be dedicated too. Many people like to use this skill in conjunction with the passive skill Sneak Attack to do extra damage. You can roll behind your enemies and then stab them. Personally I don't like this stragety but you may want to try it out.

Charge (Level 8) - A running attack that does +2 damage per level and may stun the foe. 2 spirit/level.
- A good attack, a much better alternative than Escape. This ability is great for Frodo characters that have to win a battle without using the ring. The potential to stun enemies is a valuable skill. Raising this skill up is a smart decision. This could be made into your main attack quite easily, and a high level Charge can do tremendous damage.

2nd Tree

Hobbit Appetite (Level 1) - Heals 25 hit points, +5 per level. Food restores more hit points. 8 spirit +2/level.
- This is the healing spell of Frodo. Like the other healing spells of the other characters, raising this skill doesn't really help your character. Even though you restore more hit points each time you raise this a level, you also increase the cost of it it spirit points. Don't put more than one or a few points into this skill.

Knife Throw (Level 3) - Frodo throws his knife for +1 damage per level. 2 spirit.
- Fairly good ability. The ability to throw a weapon can be really useful in killing Crebain that Frodo would normally have to approach. The damage isn't that great, so putting more than one point into this skill isn't a very good decision. I would recommend just one point for most people unless you must have a ranged attack.

Snare (Level 5) - Traps do damage 8, +1 per level. Frodo may set one trap per 2 levels. 9 spirit.
- Nice skill that can be used very effectively if you concentrate in it. Putting only a few points into this skill is foolish, you either have to dedicate a lot to it or not put any into it. Once you have the ability to create several traps you can deal serious amounts of damage to any enemies that hit them. They shoot out 4 little bolts, so one trap can hit multiple enemies. Remember, don't just put a few points into this skill, you have to either put in none or several.

Passive Skills
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1st Tree

Resist One Ring (Level 3) - Lessens Corruption caused by using the ring 4%/level.
- Only useful if you like to use the One Ring. Some players might never use the One Ring and the only reason that they would want to put a point into this skill is to unlock Strength of the Shire. Putting only a few points into this skill isn't a very wise choice. If you frequently use the One Ring, then you should dedicate quite a few points to this skill and even consider maxing it out.

Strength of the Shire (Level 8) - Frodo regenerates hit points and spirit, increasing/level.
- A great skill that you don't really notice but still works well. Putting in just a few points into this skill will create a noticable difference. The more points the better for this skill. This is a skill in which you will want to dump extra points, like Rummage.

2nd Tree

Rummage (Level 2) - Each level makes it more likely Frodo will find better items
- This is one of Frodo's best skills. Even a point into this skill will improve your drops. Extra skill points are well spent when dropped into this valuable skill.

Sneak Attack (Level 5) - Attacking enemies from behind does +2 damage/level.
- Awesome skill. This skill is extremely useful even without the One Ring because often times you can work yourself around an enemy and hit them in the back for extra damage. This skill really shines though when used in conjunction with the One Ring. When your enemies can't see you it is really easy to sneak up behind them and hit them from behind. If you decide to use the One Ring frequently, I would recommend putting several points into this ability. If you decide that you don't want to really use the ring often, putting in one or a few points into this skill is still a good idea.

Duck (Level 12) - Frodo takes less damage from attacks, equivalent to +1 armor per level.
- This is a good ability but you should only dump a few extra skill points into this category. If you are getting killed easily, raising this skill could seem like a quick solution but raising defense or finding a better shield would be a wiser choice.

Tips and strategies

Primary Statistic: Tie between Defense and Accuracy
Important Statistics: Health, Courage
Least important Statistic: Strength

There are many ways to play the character of Frodo. Here are some of the types:

Ringuser (Uses the ring to win)
Fighting (Doesn't use the ring)
Trapping (Uses traps, sneakier skills)

Ringuser Frodo
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Using the ring conservatively with Frodo can be a good stragety but must be uesd very carefully. Using the One Ring greatly increases your corruption and making a character that can use the ring safely requires some stragety. Once you are invisible, backstabbing enemies can be very easy and can result in tremendous damage. These character can struggle greatly early on.

Example Ringuser Frodo: (30 skill points)

Active Skills:
The One Ring (5)
Hobbit Appetite (1)

Passive Skills:
Resist One Ring (10) -------- Eventually max this one
Strength of the Shire (1)
Rummage (3)
Sneak Attack (10) -------------- +20 damage

Fighting Frodo
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A Frodo that doesn't use the ring and instead fights like the other characters can have a harder time winning but also has some strengths. With this setup you have to worry about corruption less and you can concentrate your skill points in other skills.

Example Fighting Frodo: (30 skill points)

Active Skills:
The One Ring (1)
Escape (1)
Charge (6)
Hobbit's Appetite (1)

Passive Skills:
Resist One Ring (1)
Strength of the Shire (5)
Rummage (6)
Sneak Attack (5)
Duck (4)

Trapping Frodo
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A Frodo that uses traps has to be ready to run after setting the traps. Frodo's that use traps still have to be able to engage in melee combat, but the traps will obviously be the focal point of his combat. The only difficulty with traps is that you have to lead the enemies into the traps or else they are useless. Setting a trap while being chased is a good stragety to remedy this situation.

Example Trapping Frodo: (30 skill points)

Active Skills:
The One Ring (1)
Escape (1)
Charge (5)
Hobbit's Appetite (1)
Snare (12)

Passive Skills:
Resist One Ring (1)
Strength of the Shire (3)
Rummage (2)
Sneak Atack (2)
Duck (2)

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