Boromir Polystone Statue, a Limited Edition Statue from the Lord of the Rings franchise. Includes Display Stand and accessories as shown. Licensed & Marketed by Sideshow Collectibles.
This item will be BRAND NEW / FACTORY SEALED in original manufacturer's box- the box and all original accessories and paperwork are included. Can be shipped anywhere in the world. This is a seriously low limited edition, will sell out FAST at Sideshow- reserve yours now before they're all gone!!!!!
Joining Sideshow's line of 'The Lord of the Rings' collectibles, the Boromir Statue captures the essence of this dynamic member of the Fellowship. Offering a maquette style study of the Son of Gondor, each piece is individually painted and finished, each with its own unique quality and detail that is the trademark of a handcrafted Sideshow Collectibles product. The Boromir Statue is an outstanding addition to any Fellowship fan's collection, an integral addition to Sideshow's 'The Lord of the Rings' statue series.
Compelled by a dream and the request of his father, Boromir, heir to the stewardship of Gondor and the finest warrior of the realm, travels the long and weary road to the Elven haven of Rivendell. In the halls of the Lord Elrond, Boromir seeks answers to the riddles of his dream amid the collected relics of ages past and the quiet wisdom of the Elves. His appearance is timely, for Elrond has called a great meeting, attended by emissaries from all the free peoples of Middle-earth, there to discuss the threat of Mordor and the question of the Dark Lord Sauron's lost treasure.
At the Council it is learned that the One Ring, the weapon of the enemy, has been found, but disagreement over what to do with it ignites angry debate. To Boromir's mind, the path is clear; the Ring is a gift, a mighty boon for the West, which might be wielded to thwart and destroy the invading armies of Mordor. Leading his people in countless battles against Orcs and their allies, Boromir knows well the cost of their long defense. He has lost many warriors and friends, and the empire he stands to inherit is undermined by division and doubt. The One Ring would be a rallying point for his people, a turning of the tide that would at last halt the long, slow defeat and bring victory and glory to Gondor. More than this, the Ring itself calls to him--a great and noble destiny promised and proffered, his for the taking.
But the Council decides not to use the Ring, instead choosing to destroy it in hopes of thereby undoing the power of the Dark Lord. It is a quest of folly to Boromir, suicidal and ultimately vain, but abide by the decision of the Wise he does, swearing himself to the protection of the Ringbearer and joining the small company that must ensure his success. Boromir is noble and brave, willing to suffer injury and death in the service of freedom, but the thought of the Ring and its power, so foolishly refused, gnaws at him, invading his waking thoughts and occupying his dreams. Is this truly a gift to be scorned, or does the hope of Gondor's deliverance lie but a few feet from his grasp?