The main character in The Hobbit is Bilbo Baggins. He is a respectable hobbit, but looses that respect when he goes on an adventure.
Elrond was definitely a good character in The Hobbit as well as Lord of the Rings.
The ring is not a character it is not a person.
Well the flat character if the hobbit are the dwarfs because they are play a role huge role in the story
The character name is spelled Gollum (a Stoor Hobbit).
It follows The Hobbit in terms of time. Bilbo is the main character in The Hobbit and he passes the Ring to Frodo.
The hobbit is the main character in the book The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.The word hobbit may come from the Old English word holbytla, which means hole-dweller.
Bilbo Baggins is the title character of the book.
Three-dimensional, I would say. His character develops throughout The Hobbit, too, it might be added.
The protagonist of the Hobbit is Bilbo Baggins. He is the character the story evolves around.
There is no character called "blbo" in the Hobbit and we do not know what you mean by "frequentoy".
Yes, Frodo Baggins is a Hobbit. In the book he is the main character but not really in the movie.
The protagonist is Bilbo Baggins. He is a hobbit of about 50 who is not married and has some Tookish blood in him.
Nori (begins with an 'N') is one of the 13 dwarves in The Hobbit.
Bilbo Baggins is the main character.
Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit! He is the main character in The Hobbit or There and Back Again. He was around 50 years old at that time.
Frodo is a hobbit, or a halfling.
Bilbo Baggins is the film's protagonist .
Yes, in all of the trilogy he is a major character.
Anyone can be the central character! There are many stories where the narrator is the central character -- most of them are written in first person point of view.
The hobbit that was the main character was named Frodo.
Radagast the Brown was an add in. He was only a brief mention in the books, and was never fleshed out into a character. In the movie, Radagast had a strong resemblance to another book character, Tom Bombadil. Tom Bombadil never made an appearance in The Hobbit.
He is certainly not a main character, but he does play an important role. He resupplies the party when they were destitute and helped fight in the final battle.
The central character of The Hobbit and a minor character of The Lord of the Rings.At the beginning of the story he is the rich and very respectable head of a rich and respectable family, and lives in the largest and most luxurious residence in his home town (Hobbiton). Afterwards he is very rich, but considered eccentric rather than respectable.
The central character becomes entangled in foreign affairs.