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Bilbo finds and keeps a gem called Arkenstone.

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Bilbo took the Arkenstone. It was the treasure Thorin desired most.


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Bilbo takes a golden goblet to prove to Thorin Oakensheid that he is a burglar.


What does Bilbo take from the treasure?

The Arkenstone of Thrain, the most treasured artifact of Smaug's treasure, and the object most desired by Thorin Oakenshield.


Where were Bilbo and the dwarves going?

They were going to the Lonley Mountain into the dragon Smaug's domain to take the treasure back from him.


Why does Thorin give to Bilbo part of the treasure?

Because during the unexpected party, Thorin promised Bilbo 1/14th payment of the treasure in return for Bilbo's services as a 'thief'. Though Bilbo did not do much in the way of being a thief, he did save the dwarves from Thranduil, as well as help them gain entrance into the mountain. They also wanted him on the journey because it would have been unlucky to take on their journey with 13 members. At the end of their adventures, Bilbo had obviously earned his 1/14th share, so Thorin fulfilled his promise and sent Bilbo home with a chest of treasure (though it is hinted later on in LotR that Bilbo ended up receiving more).


Explain how Bilbo begins to take a leadership role in their quest?

Bilbo takes it upon himself to save the dwarves while they are in distress. Bilbo saves to dwarves from the spiders and from the Elvenking's dungeon. Bilbo also takes a leadership role in trying to comprehend the riddle to open the door in the Mountain were Smaug lives.


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Yes, any piece can take a queen. The only time a King could do it is to get himself out of the queen's check.


What do you think Bilbo is reluctant to tell the dwarves about his magic ring?

Because the ring is turning him selfish, making himself think that they might take it away if he tellls them about it. He wants to keep the ring all to himself.


Who goes partway down the tunnel with Bilbo and what does Bilbo take from the hoard?

Balin goes part of the way down the tunnel with Bilbo, and Bilbo takes one single golden goblet from Smaug’s immense hoards.


What does Bilbo take from the hoard?

Biblo 'borrows' the Arkenstone.


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Yes, any piece can take any other piece. ------------------- Actually - a King cant take a King because to get within one square the king would be putting himself in "check"


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Because it WAS treasure. To sell, for profit.


In 'The Hobbit' what path did Bilbo take home?

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 to the Hobbit lands.


Why doesnt Bilbo tell the dwarves about his ring?

He is scared to, the ring influences him to "protect his precious" and he likes the way prestige he gets for being so "sneaky" and "burglar like" because of using it. Therefore, if he revealed the ring, they would not be so impressed by Bilbo since the ring makes him invisible and helps him hide.


What does Gollum intend to do to Bilbo and why does Bilbo feel different towards Gollum than the goblins or trolls?

if Bilbo loses the riddles contest Gollum intended to eat him and take back "his precious" or the ring. Bilbo feels pitiful about Gollum whereas the goblins and trolls want him dead


Why did Bilbo offer to take Bombur's watch?

Because Bilbo wanted to sneak away from the camp to go see the Dale men, and he wanted to do it in secret.



In the Fellowship of the Ring why did Bilbo not join the fellowship on the quest?

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.


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From the 2012 film he says "True courage is not knowing when to take a life, but knowing when to spare one." This foreshadows Bilbo sparing Gollum.


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In 'The Hobbit' how does Bilbo leave the Lonely Mountain without being caught?

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.


Why do you think Bilbo fails to tell Gandalf and the dwarves about his magic ring?

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