Bilbo travels with Gandalf and Beorn to the long north pass around Mirkwood. Then they stay at Beorn's house for the winter. Then Gandalf and Bilbo travel to Rivendell, there Bilbo gets medical attention. Then Gandalf and Bilbo travel the long way tolands.
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.
He had no idea where the river would take them
In the book "The Hobbit" by Tolkien, Bilbo doesn't find the dwarfs, the dwarfs find him! (With the help of the wizard) It is a wonderful book and I strongly recommend reading it!
They take barrels of gold and silver. They found two swords, Thorin and Gandalf took them. Bilbo got his sword, Sting.
Bilbo offered to take Bombur's turn keeping watch, and when Bombur was in bed, Bilbo slipped on his ring, thus becoming invisible, and quietly climbed down a rope that he tied.
They take weapons, Gandalf and Thorin get their elven made swards and Bilbo finds his sword Sting. They also take the gold and silver the trolls had stolen and buried it, later on the return trip Bilbo and Gandalf retrieve it.
They did not take Gandalf's and Beorn's advice to STAY ON THE PATH while traveling through Mirkwood.
The main character is named Bilbo Baggins, a Hobbit from The Shire, who is also in The Lord of the Rings books. There are the dwarves that go with him on his adventure. The leader is Gandalf the Wizard, but he later leaves the group and leaves Thorin, the most important dwarf, in charge. Then there is Balin, who is also mentioned in The Lord of the Rings, and is said to like Bilbo the most. Beorn, a "skin changer," who can take shape of a bear, also plays an important part in helping Bilbo, Gandalf, and the dwarves.
The events in The Hobbit occurred about 55 years before the events of the Lord of the Rings. Bilbo was 55 when he went on his adventure with the dwarves in The Hobbit and turned 56 on that journey. The Party that starts the Lord of the Rings was Bilbo's eleventy-first (111) birthday.There is no real time associated with this story, it is fiction.The hobbit took place in the middle earth,with eggs and bacon.
To make a truce with the Elvenking and the other man so that the fighting will stop.He wants to kill him.EveryDay Im Shuffling
Bilbo took the Arkenstone. It was the treasure Thorin desired most.
Gandalf said "Good-bye! Be good, take care of yourselves-and DON'T LEAVE THE PATH!"
Hobbits live underground, and love comfort, food, company, tea, and love clothes. Hobbits are known to not take risks. Afterward, hobbits change that (Bilbo and Frodo)
He takes it upon himself to save the dwarves, multiple times (from the spiders and the elves most notably.)he was a hobbit who knew how to sneak around places without being seen
The eagles took Gandalf, Bilbo and the dwarves to the Carrock, "a great rock, almost a hill of stone, like a last outpost of the distant mountains, or a huge piece cast miles into the plain by some giant among giants" (The Hobbit, Chapter VII).
Bilbo finds and keeps a gem called Arkenstone.
In chapter 1, Thorin says the following: "We are met together in the house of our friend and fellow conspirator, this most excellent and audacious hobbit - may the hair on his toes never fall out! all praise to his wine and ale! -" I think audacious, in this instance, means having a willingness to take risks. It may have been a poor choice of word for Thorin to make. Perhaps, if Thorin had used the word brave, courageous, heroic, or valiant, he would have gotten a more positive response from Bilbo though it seems Bilbo was not in a mood to hear any words of that kind spoken of himself so early in the story. Bilbo is a hobbit after all and hobbits never do anything unexpected.
The reason he didn't see his friends the moment he returned to the shire was because he found out that his relatives were about to take possession of his home and he therefore had to deal with that crisis. And as for afterwards, I think it is too going far to assume that he didn't go see his friends. All Tolkien says is that Bilbo acquires over time a reputation for being odd and that many Hobbits shy away from him and his new reputation. That's a far cry from saying Bilbo is completely alienated from all his old friends and that he never goes to see them. Tolkien says very little about Bilbo's day to day life.
Bilbo takes a golden goblet to prove to Thorin Oakensheid that he is a burglar.
Balin goes part of the way down the tunnel with Bilbo, and Bilbo takes one single golden goblet from Smaug’s immense hoards.
Biblo 'borrows' the Arkenstone.
As the eagles rescued Gandalf, Bilbo, and the dwarves, the birds took them first to their aeries in the Misty Mountains to rest for the night. The next morning, the eagles flew the wizard, hobbit, and dwarves to the Carrock, a tall rock outcropping in the eastern foothills of the mountains by a river. The Carrock was named by the skin-changer Beorn, who often used it as a lookout post.
In The Fellowship of the Ring, in the council of Elrond, Bilbo at first believes that everyone expects him to take the Ring to be destroyed, saying, "It is plain enough what you are pointing at. Bilbo the silly hobbit started this affair, and Bilbo had better finish it, or himself."However, nobody expected him to go, and Gandalf told him, "...The word was meant, and we do not doubt that you are making a valiant offer. But one beyond your strength, Bilbo. You cannot take this thing back. It has passed on. If you need my advice any longer, I should say that your part is ended, unless as a recorder. Finish your book, and leave the ending unaltered! But get ready to write a sequel." Thus, Gandalf told him very gently that he was to old, and that he was no longer needed, except to write of the fellowships adventures.Also, as Bilbo said, "I don't suppose I have the strength or luck left to deal with the Ring. It has grown, and I have not."In a nutshell, Bilbo was to old to go on any more adventures.
He took his final stand on top of the rocks above the battle of the five armies, where Gandalf and a few other people were also, but he got knocked out once the eagles had came, because he had been hit in the head by something.
The Ring was stolen, and while they had all suffered for the trip into the goblin caves, only Bilbo came out without any trouble. In addition, it was a magic Ring that begins working on its keeper at once - the possessor would not want anyone to know about it that might take it from him. It may have been the influence of the One Ring on his mind already.