- This article is about the character from The Lord of the Rings. For the Adventurers minifigure, see Pippin Reed.
Pippin's face is double-sided, and has a new hairpiece which is currently found on all of the Hobbits. This minifigure comes with a sword that is the same as the one used for the Viking Woman and the Gladiator from the Minifigures theme, and also an olive green cape that is smaller than normal capes, to accomodate his shortened legs.
Peregrin Took was part of the Fellowship of the Ring, along with Gandalf, Boromir, Aragorn, Frodo Baggins, Gimli, Legolas, Samwise Gamgee, and Meriadoc Brandybuck. He was with the Fellowship in Moria (where he accidentally alerted the Orcs to their presence), Lothlórien, and at Amon-hen. He saw Boromir fall, and he and his fellow Hobbit Merry were taken by the Uruk-hai. However, they escaped after the Uruk-hai were attacked by Rohirrim, and fled into Fangorn Forest, where they were found by the Ent, Treebeard, who saved them from Grishnákh. They convinced the Ents to attack Isengard. After this attack, he and Merry reunited with Gandalf, Gimli, Legolas and Aragorn, and went back to Edoras. Pippin later picked up the Palantír of Orthanc, and then looking into the stone, he had an encounter with Sauron. Gandalf brought him to the City of Minas Tirith, where Denethor made him one of the Guards of the Citadel. Later he saved Faramir, Captain of Rangers, from Denethor. Pippin was part of the Army of the West that assaulted the Black Gates. Later, he, Merry, Frodo, and Sam overthrew the remainder of Saruman's forces during the Scouring of the Shire.
Video Game Appearances
- In The Fellowship Of The Ring, from which his appearance is based, Pippin had a dark red cloak but he wears his Elven cloak in his physical appearance and video game. Because he and Merry have matching cloaks, Pippin's token in the video game is blue.
Gallery of Video Game Variants