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How did Bilbo Baggins react to the plan of the dwarves?


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2009-01-05 15:31:08
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Bilbo, with all the dwarves' plans, is unhappy because they involve him checking the situation out.

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If Gandalf and the dwarves did not show up to rescue him, Bilbo Baggins had a plan to make his way through the tunnels to locate them. However, he is saved from that undertaking when he hears the dwarves and Gandalf talking.

Bilbo is upset with the plan because they involve him checking the situation out himself.

Bilbo found the hidden exit in the palace of Elvenking. He makes a plan to make dwarves out of the palace. He put all the dwarves into the barrels with many plants that can protect them, and rolled them out of the secret exit. And under there, there is a cold lake, which will lead the hobbit and dwarves to the Lake Town

The Dwarves will get captured by the giant spiders who plan to eat them, Bilbo rescues them, only for them to be captured again by the Elves.

After Bilbo frees the Dwarves from the spider webs he comes up with the plan to get them all out of danger. Not only do the Dwarves follow him but he is also able to execute his plan and get them out of the jam.

The dwarves were captured and imprisoned by the elves in Mirkwood. Bilbo had to keep entering to form a plan and carry it out.

Smaug introduced the weaknesses to Bilbo in their conversation. The biggest one was how Bilbo was going to get a one 14th part of the treasure home.

the weak part of their plan was that they didn't really HAVE a plan, other than to get to the Lonely Mountain and somehow confront Smaug. Poor Bilbo!

before he was captured by the elves he planned on following a path out through the forest, after he was captured he planned on getting in shipping barrels which he succeeded in.

There were enough barrels for the dwarves, but not one for him.

Bilbo plans and carries out many plans in the adventure. He starts attempting his plan to steal from the Trolls, but that didn't work out properly. Rescue of the dwarves from the Elven King's dungeon is a big one. He enters the back entrance of Erebor, and then proceeds to steal the golden chalice from the hoard of Smaug the Dragon.

The elven frailty is wine. The elvenking's butler and the chief guard drink some wine, which caused them to fall asleep. This gave Bilbo the chance of stealing the keys to the jail cells, and escaping with the rest of the dwarves.

He devises a plan to get them out of the dungeons. A stroke of luck allows him to get the keys from the jailor. He then puts the dwarves in barrels that are dropped into the river to go back to Laketown.

Well ,at first he escapes himself from the giant spiders by using gollums ring to disguise himself ,that gave him the idea to do the same with his friends ,the dwarves ...

What they are gonna do when they get to Smaug

The dwarves realise that it is the only way to escape, and the only chance they'll get to do it.

Bilbo's escape plan is mediocre. He risked the lives of the dwarves while trying to carry it out.

What plan are you talking about?You never said what plan...

It was a plan about barrels, and everyone knows that Hobbits and barrels don't mix.

they refused to participate in the plan.

In The Hobbit the thirteen dwarves are imprisioned by the Wood Elves of Mirkwood becauseDwarves and Elves have never been on good terms, consiquently the Elves are suspisious that the dwarves were plotting some foul plan.The Elves were very ticked that the dwarves kept interupting their festivites in Mirkwood.When the dwarves are questioned about what they are doing in Mirkwood, they refuse to answer, making Thranduil (the Elvenking of Mirkwood) extremely suspious. As a result, the dwarves were to remain in prision until they revealed their intentions.It should be noted that the dwarves were not badly treated while they were captives.

They are on the way to reclaim their ancestral home under the mountain.

To eat him They also take cooking advice from him, to cook the dwarfs

yes he was he never led and when he did come up with a plan it was a weak one. Instead of standing up and doing his ancestors proud he left the dirty work to Bilbo yet Bilbo never truly gets recognized for being the one to fins smaug's soft spot, Bilbo is under appreciated for a while in the novel.

The North had to do the invading, so the South had to react with defensive tactics.

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