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Did Saruman promise Eowyn to Grima?

Did Saruman promise Éowyn to Grima?

Saruman had promised him Éowyn, the king’s niece, as a reward for his services.

Why did Grima Wormtongue cry?

He was crying, because Saruman was all like “Kill all in your path!” when he sent the army to Helm’s Deep. And Eowyn was at Helm’s Deep. Ouch. Remember, Grima loves Eowyn, and the Uruk-Hai and orcs are going to kill her.

What was Grima promised?

In the book it was explained that Grima’s final plan in Rohan (or at least what Saruman had promised him) was to marry Éowyn and become the next King of Rohan (of course still at the orders of Saruman).

What does Wormtongue say to Gandalf?

Keep your forked tongue behind you teeth. I have not passed through fire and death to bandy crooked words with a witless worm!” [Gandalf raises his staff.]

Who killed Grima Wormtongue?

Gríma himself is shot with an arrow fired by Legolas, who had hoped to prevent him from killing Saruman (who was in the process of revealing vital information). He dies of his wound.

Who killed Wormtongue?

As in the book, Gríma slays Saruman, but does so by stabbing him in the back, not by slitting his throat (probably because this would have been too graphic for a PG-13 movie), and is then shot with an arrow by Legolas (in the book, a hobbit).

Was Grima Wormtongue evil?

Type of Villain Gríma Wormtongue is a major antagonist in The Lord of the Rings series, first appearing as the secondary antagonist of The Two Towers and a minor antagonist in The Return of the King. He was a man of Rohan and chief advisor of King Théoden before being revealed to be an agent of Saruman.

Who killed Wormtongue in the book?

What does Gandalf say when Theoden is crying?

‘Verily,’ said Gandalf, now in a loud voice, keen and clear, ‘that way lies our hope, where sits our greatest fear. Doom hangs still on a thread. Yet hope is still, if we can but stand unconquered for a little while.

Is Alfred related to Wormtongue?

The two characters in context are of course Alfrid, the Master of Lake Town’s servant, and Wormtongue, the servant of King Theoden who later switches allegiance to follow in the footsteps of the wizard Saruman. Some fans have come up with the theory that these two characters may be related.