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Treebeard, otherwise called Fangorn, was the most established of the Ents left in Middle-earth, an old tree-like being who was a “shepherd of trees”. He had an extremely tall and firm limbed appearance, with bark-like skin and verdant hair.
In Chapter 5 of The Two Towers, Gandalf calls Treebeard “…the most established living thing that still strolls underneath the Sun upon this Middle-earth.” In The Return of the King, section 6, “Numerous Partings”, Celeborn addresses Treebeard as “Oldest.”
Treebeard was accepted to be the most established Ent who at any point lived to the fullest. He was old to the point that he recollected the season of Elves showing the trees to talk, reviewing how they needed to converse with everything.
When Middle-earth was simply a monster timberland, Treebeard meandered the land, apparently with his adoration, Fimbrethil. Be that as it may, after the loss of the Entwives, he and the remaining Ents abided in the Forest of Fangorn, secluding themselves from the outside world.
With the landing of the Istari in the year TA 1000 of the Third Age, Saruman came to Fangorn and got to know Treebeard, and would frequently visit him. The two would talk, examining different subjects, with Saruman gathering data about the woodland itself, and specifically its interweaving ways.
As the years passed and with no Entings because of the loss of the Entwives, the quantity of Ents fell. Some Ents in their maturity turned out to be still and quiet, practically getting to be tree like as they slept. Treebeard, Finglas, Fladrif, Quickbeam stayed, some more youthful and some more seasoned.
At a point when Sauron’s shadow started to spread over the land afresh, Treebeard and the Ents stayed in Fangorn, proceeding to tend the trees, and taking no part in the undertakings of Men, Elves and Wizards.
In any case, they were brought into the war when Meriadoc Brandybuck and Peregrin Took got away from Saruman’s Orcs, ended up lost in Fangorn Forest and became a close acquaintance with Treebeard. After discovering that Saruman was chopping down the woods to control his war exertion, a furious Treebeard considered all the ents together for an Entmoot. Following three days of pondering, they chose to assault Isengard, in an occasion known as the Last March of the Ents.
Driving the assault, Treebeard cut down Isengard’s dividers and totally demolish them, spare the pinnacle of Orthanc and Saruman himself who sat in his pinnacle with his servant Grima Wormtongue. The Ents likewise broke the dam divider which had starved the once green and excellent Wizards Vale of all its water, flooding Saruman’s pits, mines, and machines of war. Once Isengard was washed down, Treebeard stayed to monitor over Saruman, yet was at last incapable to keep him, because of the intensity of Saruman’s voice and the way that Treebeard couldn’t stand to bolt any living thing up.
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“This new Gandalf is more grumpy than the old one.”
“He was *twitching* because he’s got my axe EMBEDDED IN HIS NERVOUS SYSTEM!”
“Whatever luck you live by… let’s hope it lasts the night.”
“Give me your name, horse-master, and I shall give you mine.”
“Oh come on, we can take ’em.”
“I cannot jump the distance, you’ll have to toss me.”
“[pauses, looks up at Aragorn] ”
“Don’t tell the Elf.”
“Forty-two? Oh, that’s not bad for a pointy-eared elvish princeling. Hmph! I myself am sitting pretty on forty-THREE.”
“He was already dead!”
“[failing to see over the wall] What’s happening out there?”
“Legolas! Two already!”
“Huh? I’ll have no pointy-ear outscoring me!”
“Talking trees. What do trees have to talk about, hmm… except the consistency of squirrel droppings?”
“[to Legolas] You could have picked a better spot.”
“But that one counts as mine!”
“It’s true you don’t see many Dwarf-women. And in fact, they are so alike in voice and appearance, that they are often mistaken for Dwarf-men.”
“And this in turn has given rise to the belief that there are no Dwarf-women, and that Dwarves just spring out of holes in the ground!”
“Which is, of course, ridiculous.”
“[after seeing the torn-down forest around Isengard] Saruman! A wizard should know better!”
“There is no curse in Elvish, Entish, or the tongues of men for this treachery.”
“They have business with the Orcs. My business is with Isengard tonight, with rock and stone.”
“[Ents emerge from the woods, following Treebeard] ”
“Hroom, hm, come, my friends. The Ents are going to war. It is likely that we go to our doom. The last march of the Ents.”
“We have just agreed…”
“I have told your names to the Entmoot, and we have agreed you are not Orcs.”
“Many of these trees were my friends. Creatures I had known from nut or acorn.”
“They had voices of their own. Saruman! A wizard should know better!”
“[to a Warg] Bring your pretty face to my axe.”
“Let’s hope they last the night…”
“Most have seen too many winters.”
“[upon seeing the atmosphere in Edoras] You’ll find more cheer in a graveyard.”
“I believe you will enjoy this next one, too. It is one of my own compositions. Ahem. ‘Beneath the roof of sleeping… leaves and dreams of trees untold, When woodland halls are… green… and cool, and the wind is in the west, Come back to me… Come… back… to me, And say my land is… best.'”
“[Sadly] Burárum. There have been no Entlings for a terrible long count of years.”
“We lost the Entwives.”
“Die? No. We *lost* them. And now, we cannot *find* them. I don’t suppose you’ve seen Entwives in the Shire?”
“Hrrooom… I… don’t… remember… now.”
“Give me your name, Horse-master, and I shall give you mine.”
“But there were two Hobbits! Did you see two Hobbits with ’em?”
“Decided? No, we have just finished saying “Good Morning”.”
“Now, don’t be hasty, master Meriadoc.”
“[of Orcs] They come with fire, they come with axes… gnawing, biting, breaking, hacking, burning! Destroyers and usurpers, curse them!”
“We Ents cannot hold back this storm. We must weather such things as we have always done.”
“This is not our war.”
“[out of breath] I’m wasted on cross-country! We Dwarves are natural sprinters, very dangerous over short distances.”
“[reacting to Pippin’s plan] That doesn’t make sense to me. But, then again, you are very small.”
“I always like going South; somehow, it feels like going downhill.”
“That was deliberate, it was deliberate.”
“Three days and nights pursuit. No food, no rest. No sign of our quarry, but what bare rock can tell!”
“[exhausted from running] Keep breathing. That’s the key. Breathe.”
“You must understand, young Hobbit, it takes a long time to say anything in Old Entish. And we never say anything unless it is worth taking a long time to say.”
“[to Merry and Pippin] I promised Gandalf I would keep you safe and safe is where I’ll keep you.”
“Side? I am on nobody’s side, because nobody is on my side, little Orc.”
“[Orcs begin their attack on Helm’s Deep] Send them to me!”
“My home is deep in the forest near the roots of the mountains.”————-
“The Ents are going to war.”