Aragorn died at the age of 210 by choice so that his son, Eldarion, could rule. Arwen didn't want Aragorn to die, because if he died so would she. She said she wasn't tired of living yet. But instead, Aragorn chose to die and Arwen lived a year longer before dying herself.
— Description of Aragorn's death. When in the year 120 of the Fourth Age, King Elessar realised his days were at an end, he went to the House of the Kings in the Silent Street. He said farewell to his son Eldarion and his daughters and gave Eldarion his crown and sceptre.
In the year 121 of the Fourth Age, after Aragorn's death, Arwen died of a broken heart at Cerin Amroth in Lórien, and was buried there one year after the death of Aragorn, to whom she had been wedded for 122 years. She was 2901 years old.
Essentially yes. Dûnedain of pure blood had the ability to pass away at a time of their choosing. King Elessar was getting on in years and beginning to feel the negative effects of old age. Rather than having his people see him falling into dotage, he chose to die while still relatively vigorous.
Aragorn led the forces of the Reunited Kingdom on military campaigns against some Easterlings and Haradrim, re-establishing rule over much territory that Gondor had lost in previous centuries. He died at the age of 210, after 122 years as king.
In the middle of the first Lord of the Rings novel, The Fellowship of the Ring, shortly after his pronouncement on death to Frodo, Gandalf dies.
He just lived out the rest of his life as king of the west for 120 years, and as “payment” he simply had to accept death from old age willingly, a little sooner than unwillingly. He wasn't nailed to a cross or anything. Aragorn simply died like all mortal men die, which the main of Numenor failed by refusing to do.
Fighting to defend Merry and Pippin, Boromir was mortally wounded by orc-arrows. Blasts from Boromir's horn alerted Aragorn, but he came too late to prevent the hobbits' capture. As Boromir lay dying, he remorsefully confessed to attempting to take the Ring from Frodo.
The Wizards of Middle-earth are Maiar: spirits similar to the godlike Valar, but lesser in power. Outwardly resembling Men but possessing much greater physical and mental power, they are called Istari (Quenya for "Wise Ones") by the Elves.
His date of death is not known, and according to the Red Book of Westmarch, he is said to have traveled with Legolas into the West, thus becoming the first Dwarf to visit the Undying Lands.
Aragorn : I do not know what strength is in my blood, but I swear to you I will not let the White City fall, nor our people fail. Boromir : Our people, our people. I would have followed you, my brother... my captain... my king.
Originally Answered: Is Sauron an elf? No Sauron is not an elf, elves are the firstborn children of iluvatar but Sauron is a maia an angelic being that has existed before the universe was even created. He's a divine spirit that existed long before the creation of Eä but turned to evil when Morgoth corrupted him.
Harry Potter: Gryffindor Is the Only House a Student Can CHOOSE to Be Sorted. In Harry Potter, there are four Hogwarts houses into which students are placed by the Sorting Hat on their first day of school.
Its very reasonable for someone to be of equal intelligence to Rick, but currently impossible for a individual to be as “smart” as Rick.