Peregrin Took Pippin Costume
You will need the following items for your Pippin Halloween costume:
- Short Curly Brown Wig
- Elf Ears
- Brown Cloak
- Long-Sleeve Sweater
- Long Sleeve Green Jacket
- Renaissance Knicker Pants
- Winter Casual Scarf
- Hobbit Cosplay Feet
- Hand Made Pippin Sword
- Armory Replicas Sword
- Green Tree Brooches
- Vintage Canvas Bag
Peregrin Took, better known as Pippin, was a hobbit of the Shire and one of Frodo Baggins' youngest and closest friends. He was a member of the Fellowship of the Ring and became the thirty-second Thain of the Shire after the War of the Ring.
Dress like Pippin Took from The Lord of the Rings;
If you want to dress like Pippin Took, you should get a cape, a cream vintage sweater, a green jacket, a hobbit sword and a long shorts. To complete the costume, you can purchase the wig made for Pippin, the hobbit cosplay feet, and green tree brooches.
Pippin Took Halloween Costume
Pippin was born in Spring TA 2990 to Paladin II Took and Eglantine Banks. He was the youngest of four children and had three older sisters, Pearl, Pimpernel and Pervinca.
His father's sister, Esmeralda Took, was the mother of Meriadoc Brandybuck, making Pippin and Merry first cousins. Through his father, Pippin was a second cousin, once stationed with Frodo Baggins, and a first cousin, twice stationed with Bilbo.
Pippin Took Cosplay
On their way to Buckland, Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee, and Peregrin Took encountered a Black Rider who was repelled by the presence of a group of elves led by Gildor Inglorion. Meriadoc Brandybuck later joined them when they reached Buckland.
They were ambushed by Old Man Willow in the Old Forest, and Tom Bombadil rescued them and brought them to his home. On the way to Bree, Pippin was caught by the Barrow-Wights in the Barrow-Downs. After the encounter, Pippin acquired a dagger from Westernesse.
In The Jumping Pony, Frodo accidentally put the One Ring on his finger, thereby attracting the attention of the Black Riders. Their group met a ranger from the north, Strider. The inn was attacked by the Nazgûl at night and the four hobbits were successfully led away by Strider, whose real name was Aragorn.
Aragorn led them to Weathertop, where the group was again attacked by the Black Riders. In a hurry to take an injured Frodo to Rivendell, the elf lord Glorfindel came and led them. Following Elrond's advice, Elrond allowed Pippin and Merry to join the Fellowship of the Ring.