Samwise Gamgee Costume
You will need the following items for your Samwise Gamgee Halloween costume:
- Samwise Gamgee Wig
- Elf Ears
- Elf Cloak
- Renaissance Victorian Shirt
- Samwise Gamgee Brown Jacket
- Long Linen Shorts
- Hobbit Sword
- Vintage Canvas Bag
- Green Tree Brooches
- Hobbit Cosplay Feet
Samwise Gamgee, known as Sam, was a hobbit of the Shire. He was Frodo Baggins' gardener and best friend. Sam proved to be Frodo's closest and most trusted companion, the most loyal of the Ring's companions, and played a crucial role in protecting Frodo and destroying the One Ring.
Dress like Samwise Gamgee from The Lord of the Rings;
If you want to dress like Samwise, you should get a cape, a white vintage shirt, a brown jacket, a hobbit sword and a long shorts. To complete the costume, you can purchase the wig made for Samwise, the hobbit cosplay feet, and green tree brooches.
Samwise Gamgee Halloween Costume
Sam was the youngest son of Hamfast and Bell Gamgee and had many brothers and sisters. As a gardener by trade, Sam seemed an honest talker. However, his love of elves, talent for poetry, and belief that the world holds greater wonders than most hobbits realize set him apart from the start.
It was Sam who first introduced the theme of the Elves that sailed from Middle-earth, a subtle foreshadowing of Bilbo and Frodo's final voyage across the sea from the Gray Havens. He lived with his father, Hamfast Gamgee, commonly known as "The Gaffer", on Bagshot Row in the Shire, near Bag End. He had five siblings: Hamson, Halfred, Daisy, May and Marigold.
Samwise Gamgee Cosplay
As "punishment" for overhearing Gandalf's conversation with Frodo about the dangers of the One Ring, Gandalf chose Sam to be Frodo's companion on his journey to Rivendell. Sam saved Frodo's life more than once during the quest to destroy the Ring and accompanied him to Mount Doom.
After leaving Bree, Sam became very close with the pony Bill. Upon arriving at the Doors of Durin, Bill had to be released as he was unable to pass through the Moria Mines. This caused Sam great grief. In Lothlórien, Sam received a gift from Lady Galadriel; a small box of soil from her garden and a mallorn seed.
After Shelob attacked and apparently killed Frodo, Sam took the ring to complete the quest alone. Because he held the ring for a time, he was considered one of the ring bearers, and during the time he owned it, the ring lured him with visions of a large garden all to itself.
Being humble, Sam never gave in to the Ring's treacherous visions and temptations, and reciprocated when he discovered Frodo alive in the Tower of Cirith Ungol. He and Bilbo were the only ones who ever volunteered the ring, and only Sam volunteered it.
Sam then rushed to follow Frodo, only to see Frodo give up the quest and claim the ring as his own and put it on his finger. Unknown to Sam, Gollum had followed his tracks and attacked him from behind.
In the moments when Sam was dazed, Gollum attacked Frodo and after a brief struggle took the ring by force by biting off Frodo's finger. Gollum began celebrating the ring's recovery, but slipped and fell into the fiery abyss to his death, destroying the ring.
After the Shire was cleansed, Sam married Rose Cotton. They had thirteen children: Elanor the Fair, Frodo, Rose, Merry, Pippin, Goldilocks, Hamfast, Daisy, Primrose, Bilbo, Ruby, Robin and Tolman.
After his wife died in Year 61 of the Fourth Age, Sam entrusted the Red Book to his daughter Elanor and left the Shire. It was a tradition passed down from Elanor that he went to the Gray Havens, and because he was also a Ring-bearer he was allowed to cross the sea to be reunited with Frodo in the Undying Lands.