When Deágol refused, Sméagol promptly went into a barbaric rage and fought with Deagol over the ring and strangled him to death and took the ring as his own. In T.A. § In more primitive communities, as those still living in clan-smials, the byrding also made a gift to the ‘head of the family’. Sméagol wouldn't hurt a fly! Déagol: "Sméagol! When his friend and relative Sméagol had birthday, Déagol gave a customary present, albeit begrudgingly, as he was a mean little soul. I imagine that he was an orphan; and do not suppose that he gave any present on his birthday, save (grudgingly) the tribute to his ‘grandmother’. I've got a fish, Sméag!"

[The fish pulls Déagol out of the boat and into the water. Déagol was the Stoor Hobbit of the Gladden Fields..

A smiling face looks on.]

[Two Riverfolk sit in a small boat, fishing. Sméagol: "Go on! When his friend and relative Sméagol had birthday, Déagol gave a customary present, albeit begrudgingly, as he was a mean little soul.
I've got one!

He is a minor character in The Fellowship of the Ring, the tritagonist turned anti-hero in The Two Towers, and the hidden true secondary antagonist in Return of the King. Go on, pull it up!" Sméagol (later known as Gollum) is a character originating in J. R. R. Tolkien's novel The Hobbit and featured in his The Lord of the Rings series. One of the fishing poles jerks down.]

Gollum, also known as Sméagol, was a creature (originally a Stoorish Hobbit) who bore the One Ring.He lived in the Misty Mountains for most of his life. Sméagol was quickly corrupted further by the ring and banished by his people, he was forced to find a … Gollum/Sméagol (or Trahald ), was a creature of Hobbit-like origin and a recurring character and (semi) anti-hero in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Déagol was the Stoor Hobbit of the Gladden Fields.. [rubs his head and sees blood on his fingers, screams] ... [In the "Fall of Smeagol" flashback, after Smeagol had killed Deagol for the ring, Smeagol is stumbling along a stony area, railing noisely and in anguish at being exiled by his own family]
He was soon banished by his people, and forced to find a home in a cave in the Misty Mountains. 2941 he lost the Ring to Bilbo Baggins.For the rest of his life he sought to recover his "precious" "birthday present". 3019 he followed the Fellowship of the Ring and met Frodo Baggins. Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King [A worm wriggles in someone's hand. In T.A.

There is no mention of Sméagol’s presents. He was originally a Hobbit corrupted by the influence of the One Ring.. History . Sméagol accordingly used the Ring for thieving, spying and various nefarious deeds. Sméagol was a stoorish Hobbit and a close friend of Déagol, but when he found the ring in the water, Sméagol became insane and then brutally killed Déagol. The Ring's malign influence twisted his body and mind, and prolonged his life well beyond its natural limits; the appendices of The Return of the King explain that he lived for nearly 600 years.