Master of Lake-town The ruler of Esgaroth, the town of men also called Lake-town, to which Bilbo and the dwarves escape from the palace of the Elvenking.
Older brother to Dwalin, he wore a red hood and had a white beard. Lord of the Eagles The chief eagle who rescues Bilbo, Gandalf, and the dwarves from the Wargs and flies them to his nest perched on the mountain. Antagonists The trolls Bert, Tom, Bill - they capture the dwarves and Bilbo with the intention of eating them.
After the Company roused him from his long quiescence, he destroyed Lake-town and was killed by Bard. Bilbo is called upon to do more than he imagines himself capable of. At this point, he names his sword, as many legendary heroes have done, and it is clear that he is developing qualities of heroism and leadership.
But anyway, there are hobbits for you: He once again used his magic ring to free all the dwarves and devised a plan to help them escape.
The Hobbit[ edit ] In The Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit in comfortable middle age, was hired as a "burglar" —despite his initial objections— by the wizard Gandalf and 13 Dwarves led by their king, Thorin Oakenshield.
Though Frodo was actually "his first and second cousin once removed either way",  the two regarded each other as uncle and nephew. He is hospitable to Gandalf, Bilbo, and the dwarves on their way to the Lonely Mountain and gives them ponies and provisions for their journey.
Filiwho with his brother Kili was the youngest dwarf in the company and therefore useful for his keen eyesight. Trolls[ edit ] Tom, one of the three trolls who captured the members of the Company.
He wore a blue hood and grew a yellow beard. While the Ring did not initially corrupt him as it had its previous owners, it was beginning to affect him; over the years, it had begun to prey on his mind when out of his sight, and he lost sleep and felt "thin, sort of stretched … like butter that has been scraped over too much bread".
While Bilbo may not be a Hero, he does have a superpower: By the end of the journey, Bilbo had become wiser and more confident, having saved the day in many precarious situations. Though he helps the dwarves in their quest not least by making Bilbo go along with themhe does not seem to have any interest in their gold.
Their quest was joined by Bilbo Baggins a hobbit and occasionally by the wizard Gandalf. He convinces Bilbo to undertake a journey with them knowing that Bilbo will be of much use to them later on in their travels.
The tiny hobbit is convinced by the great wizard Gandalf to undertake a long journey with thirteen dwarves to help them retrieve their lost treasure. In a sense, Bilbo is extraordinary. He lived alone deep under the Misty Mountains on an island in a dark, cold lake.
Bilbo refused to give up the Ring, referring to it as his "precious" — just as Gollum had. For one thing, Gandalf tells the dwarves as much when he confesses that "in this neighbourhood [of Bag-End] heroes are scarce, or simply not to be found" 1. In The Lord of the Rings, he is given the name Thranduil.
And yet Bilbo soon shows signs of ingenuity. Bilbo Baggins is not just a hobbit, he is the hobbit: Their respect in him helped Bilbo find worth in himself. He wore a grey hood. Bilbo, at first, seems to be of no use to the dwarfs, almost getting them killed by the giant trolls.
In other words, Bilbo Baggins is essentially a homebody: Upon seeing the Ring again, he suddenly tried to take it from Frodo; he returned to his senses when a terrified Frodo backed away, and he broke down in tears, apologizing for bringing the burden of the Ring onto Frodo.
He owns the ring of invisibility that Bilbo steals. Here the dwarves, wood elves, and men join in fighting against the goblins and their allies. What The Hobbit teaches us is that even someone as breathtakingly respectable and old-fashioned as Bilbo Baggins can be swept up in a wild adventure.
Baggins, Houghton Mifflin,p. He always has another purpose or plan in mind, but he rarely reveals his private thoughts. They were eventually freed by Bilbo.
In The Lord of the Rings, they refer to his kind as Beornings. And Bilbo is not proud or confrontational like Bard or the Elvenking. Gloin openly doubted Bilbo at the start of the quest.
At the end of the book, Gandalf proclaimed that Bilbo was no longer the Hobbit that he had been. Smauga great dragon who made the Lonely Mountain his lair.He is hospitable to Gandalf, Bilbo, and the dwarves on their way to the Lonely Mountain and gives them ponies and provisions for their journey.
He appears at the Battle of Five Armies and fights the Goblins. Gandalf and Bilbo spend Yule-tide with him on their way back to the hobbit-lands.
Bilbo Baggins. Bilbo Baggins features in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the RIngs and is the main protagonist of the game The Hobbit. Bilbo Baggins of Bag End, the protagonist and titular hobbit of the story.
Bungo Baggins, Bilbo's father. Belladonna Took, Bilbo's mother. The Old Took, Bilbo's maternal grandfather. Chubb, Chubb, and Burrowes, auctioneers managing the liquidation of Bilbo’s effects. The Sackville-Bagginses, “cousins” to Bilbo. They arranged an auction. It is through Wilderland that the hobbit and the dwarves travel to retrieve their lost treasure.
As they move on through Wilderland, they encounter different people and different problems, making it more of an adventure. Characters Protagonists. Bilbo Baggins-he is the main character of story.
Bilbo Baggins is the title character and protagonist of J. R. R. Tolkien's novel The Hobbit, as well as a supporting character in The Lord of the Rings.
Bilbo Baggins is not just a hobbit, he is the hobbit: the prototype of perhaps the most distinctive group of people in Tolkien's whole fictional universe. In addition to the general species traits listed above, Bilbo has a couple of other noteworthy characteristics: he loves settling in for an evening of smoke-rings with good friends.Download