As Thorin is dying he apologizes to Bilbo and Bilbo forgives him.
Thorin does not give Bilbo a ring.
No they are not. Bilbo is simple hobbit from the Shire, Thorin is a dwarf.
They have a reconciliation as Thorin lays dying. Thorin asks that he be forgiven for the things he said and did during his temporary bout of insanity, and Bilbo accepts.
because bilbo gave the arkenstone to bard
Bilbo takes possession of the Arkenstone without telling Thorin.
Bilbo gives away the Arkenstone which puts Thorin in the position of having to parlay for it.
Bilbo took the Arkenstone. It was the treasure Thorin desired most.
He shudders because, he didn't want to hurt Thorin.
The decision was to send Bilbo to the light. There were trolls.
Bilbo Baggins gave the elvenking the Arkenstone, the prized possession of Thorin.
When they first get to the treasure trove. Thorin gives it to Bilbo as part of his payment.
Thorin was dying, he had been mortally wounded in the Battle of Five Armies. He wanted to make his peace with Bilbo before he died. Bilbo was found and brought to him just in time.
Bilbo takes a golden goblet to prove to Thorin Oakensheid that he is a burglar.
He gives him a coat of Mithril.
as thorin is dieing he forgives himThorin realized that Bilbo was correct. Fighting over gold wasn't the way to happiness. Enjoying the richness of life with a pipe in front of a warm fire surrounded by friends was the way to happiness.
In "The Hobbit," Thorin gives Bilbo a chain-mail coat. The coat was made from Elvish metal and included a leather studded helmet.
its ow Bilbo reacted to thorin being greedy
Thorin Oakenshield, or Gandalf, depending on your perspective.
When Thorin learned of Bilbo's treachery he kicked him out and said that the 1/14 share promised to Bilbo would be used to buy back the Arkenstone. He figured Bilbo would get little of it.
Bilbo was hired by Thorin and his party of dwarves. They went to the Lonely Mountain. There Bilbo helped them retrieve their treasure from the dragon Smaug.
Bilbo was entitled to 1/14th of the hoard based on his agreement with Thorin for joining them on the journey.
The Arkenstone, the Heart of the Mountain. It was the only piece of treasure that Thorin coveted.
In chapter 18, as Thorin is dying, he tells Bilbo "If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world"