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As one of the [[Conspirators]], he discovered the truth behind [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]]'s mysterious behaviour and left [[Hobbiton]] with his friend [[Samwise Gamgee]] to [[Buckland]]. During the travel, they encountered [[Nazgûl|Black Riders]] who were turned away by a company of [[Elves]] led by [[Gildor]].
 
As one of the [[Conspirators]], he discovered the truth behind [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]]'s mysterious behaviour and left [[Hobbiton]] with his friend [[Samwise Gamgee]] to [[Buckland]]. During the travel, they encountered [[Nazgûl|Black Riders]] who were turned away by a company of [[Elves]] led by [[Gildor]].
  
In Buckland, they were joined by his kinsman and dearest friend [[Meriadoc Brandybuck]] and [[Fredegar Bolger]]. It was there that Frodo learned about his friends' "conspiracy" and that they did not intend to let him leave [[The Shire]] without them. They left the Shire to meet [[Gandalf]] in [[Bree]]. Pippin's enthusiasm to accompany Frodo is the result of his adventurous 'Tookish' nature as well as his loyalty and friendship to his cousin.
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In Buckland, they were joined by his kinsman [[Meriadoc Brandybuck]] and [[Fredegar Bolger]]. It was there that Frodo learned about his friends' "conspiracy" and that they did not intend to let him leave [[The Shire]] without them. They left the Shire to meet [[Gandalf]] in [[Bree]]. Pippin's enthusiasm to accompany Frodo is the result of his adventurous 'Tookish' nature as well as his loyalty and friendship to his cousin.
  
 
The stuffiness and eeriness of [[The Old Forest]] made Pippin the most uncomfortable of the four [[Hobbits]] with him becoming more and more suspicious of the intentions of the Forest; Pippin was, however, right to be suspicious as he was trapped by [[Old Man Willow]] before being rescued by [[Tom Bombadil]]. On the way to [[Bree]], from Tom Bombadil's house, Pippin again fell into misfortune as he was trapped by a [[Barrow-wights|Barrow-wight]] on the [[Barrow-downs]].  
 
The stuffiness and eeriness of [[The Old Forest]] made Pippin the most uncomfortable of the four [[Hobbits]] with him becoming more and more suspicious of the intentions of the Forest; Pippin was, however, right to be suspicious as he was trapped by [[Old Man Willow]] before being rescued by [[Tom Bombadil]]. On the way to [[Bree]], from Tom Bombadil's house, Pippin again fell into misfortune as he was trapped by a [[Barrow-wights|Barrow-wight]] on the [[Barrow-downs]].  

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