In chapter four ofby J.R.R. Tolkien, the dwarves and Bilbo and Gandalf the wizard are in the goblin tunnels. At the end of the chapter, a group of goblins sneaks up on Bilbo's party and one of them grabs hold of Dori, who happened to be carrying Bilbo. Bilbo then falls off of Dori's shoulders and knocks his head on a rock, and blacks out.
At the end of chapter 17 of The Hobbit, Bilbo is in the Battle of Five Armies and is just thinking that all hope is lost for the Dwarves and Elves and Men when he sees an army of eagles soaring toward them. Bilbo shouts, "The Eagles! The Eagles!" But then, a stone thrown by a goblin hits his head on the helm, and he falls down and blacks out.
Bilbo meets Gandalf and the Dwarves and hears of their quest. There is conversation over a fine meal and Bilbo almost thinks he wants to go. By the end of the chapter though he is not so sure.
Bilbo, like most hobbits, did not know how to swim. To jump into the water and hold on to a barrel was difficult.
Bilbo is dropped by the dwarf thatv Is carrying him and he hits his head when he is dropped because a gblin grabs the dwarvs leg and the becomes unconcuos while he slides down in to a small hole where gollum lerks.
Bilbo returns to Bag End in Hobbiton in the Shire.
bilbo got the gold the dwarves promised, goes back to the shire, and puts the ring he found in the cave he met gollum in on his mantel.
Bilbo lived in Bag End, a very nice hobbit hole near Hobbiton. At the beginning of The Lord of the Rings, Bilbo leaves Bag End to his heir Frodo and moves to Rivendell where he lives with the elves.
Bag End, the home of Bilbo and Frodo, was located in Hobbiton, Westfarthing, The Shire.
In the beginning it was Smaug , then in the end of The Hobbit , Bilbo gains it
Hobbits are originally from 'The Shire'. Bilbo is from Bag end, in the shire
Bilbo went from a very conservative and safe life to gaining a sense of adventure.
Bilbo treats the dwarves with respect and dignity in the end of the book. For instance, when Thorin dies with Bilbo at his bedside in chapter 16, "A Thief in the Night," the book says: "Bilbo went out of the tent and sat and sat and his eyes were red, full of sadness, sorrow and tears."
Right where he had always lived, in his Hobbit Hole in Hobbiton.
At the end of The Hobbit, Gandalf and Balin come for a visit and bring Bilbo up to date as to what was going on with the Dwarves and Laketown.
At the end of the "the Hobbit" Bilbo leaves a note with the ring attached to it, saying that he plans to go traveling. At the beginning of "fellowship of the ring" Gandalf tells frodo to take the ring to Mordor and destroy it in the fires of the volcano. Bilbo does have a few minor parts in the later books but he is an old hobbit.
The main action, from Bilbo setting out to the Battle of the Five Armies, takes place in the year 2941 of the Third Age. Bilbo comes home to the Shire the next year (2942 T.A.). Gandalf's and Balin's visit at the end of The Hobbit happens in 2949 T.A.
bilbo becomes a hero in the end.
In the end of The Hobbit, he decided to only get about 3 small pouches of gold.
Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit in The Hobbit, a sort of prequel to Tolkien's series The Lord of the Rings (consisting of The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King), who lives in Bag End, a hobbit-hole in Hobbiton.In The Hobbit (or, There and Back Again), Bilbo goes on a quest with a bunch of dwarves and a wizard named Gandalf to defeat the dragon Smaug, and reclaim the treasure (some dwarvish) which, over the years, Smaug has collected.In the actual Lord of the Rings series, Bilbo is grandfather to the (orphaned) main character, Frodo Baggins.
Bilbo never actually knew that the ring was the Ring of Power, but I don't believe anybody knew that he had it until after the end of the book, The Hobbit. I could be wrong though.
The hobbit hole Frodo lived in was known as Bag End. It formerly belonged to his uncle Bilbo, but after Bilbo left the Shire all his possessions and Bag End went to Frodo. It was known as one of the most respectable hobbit holes, and it had a circular green door.
Yes, the wizard(Gandalf) likes Bilbo very much. It is by the will of Gandalf that Bilbo comes along with the dwarves for the quest. His concern for Bilbo can be seen when all the dwarves come out from goblin's cave but Bilbo remains behind. Gandalf continues to visit Bilbo even after the end of dwarves quest.